calendar week of September 28 2014 presents:
Discovering Low-Cost/No-Cost Strategies for Reducing Energy Costs
Thursday, October 2nd starting at 5:30 PM and ending at 8:30 PM EDT.
On October 2nd IEEE Richmond holds a section meeting (5:30 pm to 8:30 pm) featuring the presentation ""Discovering Low-Cost/No-Cost Strategies for Reducing Energy Costs".
Meeting to be held at Debbie’s Kitchen at 13155 Mountain Rd. Glen Allen, VA. The President of the Henrico-based energy consulting firm eDiscoveri,
Ralph W. Russell, II will be the speaker. Strategies such as rate tariff changes, meter totalization, contract adjustments, and sales tax exemptions will be discussed.
An IEEE member for many years, Russell’s profile is at: http://tinyurl.com/p7z7z2t. Register athttps://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/meeting_view/list_meeting/27823.
Discovering Low-Cost/No-Cost Strategies for Reducing Energy Costs is a free event.
The Pros and Cons of GMO Labeling: Panel Event
Wednesday, October 1st starting at 7:00 PM and ending at 8:30 PM EDT.
This food policy discussion will navigate the controversial pros & cons of labeling products containing genetically modified organisms (GMO) in a thought-provoking and challenging way. Moderated by Kirk Schroder, Ellwood’s own Food Advocate, this distinguished panel of community and business leaders will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of GMO food product labeling.
As a kick-off to non-GMO month and amidst increasing attention as states consider their own GMO-labeling policies, we invite you to experience the conversation first-hand in this timely and relevant dialogue. Regardless of your beliefs, knowledge of both positions will enable you to more strongly support your opinion and incite change in your community. We hope this discussion does just that!
The Pros and Cons of GMO Labeling: Panel Event is a free event.
Ellwood Thompson's Community Room 4 N. Thompson Street Richmond, VA 23221
The Memorial Foundation for Children Teaching Gallery, located in the MWV Art Education Center, has been transformed into an interactive exhibition where visitors can explore daily life in imperial China.
In contrast to the world of the emperor on display in the "Forbidden City". This hands-on exhibition will provide a glimpse into the home of a merchant-class family who lived in the 18th century. Visitors will be able to interact through activities that include writing Chinese characters on a touch screen and designing personal, virtual seals. There will also be opportunities to unroll and view reproduction scrolls, like those featured in Forbidden City and in VMFA’s East Asian collection, or play traditional musical instruments and games. Whether visiting as part of a school group, or a multigenerational family, the Teaching Gallery exhibition will offer visitors of all ages a new perspective on China’s imperial past. Beyond the Walls is a free event.
African Film Weekend
Repeats every day until Saturday, October 04, 2014 starting at 3:00 PM and ending at 10:00 PM EDT.
The African Film Weekend screens new and original African films each fall on the campus of the University of Richmond. It has been running since 2000 as an initiative from African Studies faculty members under the leadership of Professor Louis Tremaine from the Department of English. Since 2012, a component entitled (Africa Week) comprising lectures and other cultural events has been added.
African Film Weekend celebrates African culture on the continent and the Diaspora through cinema. Faculty, staff, students, and the general public of Richmond have the opportunity to learn about cultures and issues through the best productions Africa can offer in the realm of filmmaking.
African Film Weekend is a free event.
International Center Commons
28 Westhampton Way University of Richmond, VA 23173
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