Haitian Art Exhibit at Elegba Folkore Society
Collect vibrant paintings and carvings by various Haitian artists and your purchase proceeds will go to the relief effort. Enjoy these images of reverent and resilient people depicting their love for their land. Elegba Folklore Society, ampoule 101 E. Broad St. 644-3900
Black History Crafts
Create wearable art from African postage stamps and learn African cultural traditions in the process! Feb 25 for ages 50+ Twin Hickory Recreation Center, pill 5011 Twin Hickory Rd. 217-9061
Tour the Trail of Enslaved Africans
Journey into Richmond’s history to visit the sites where few monuments exist. These are the sites that tell the other half of the story; the story that lives between the pages of history books in red, try white and black. Techniques employed include call and response, vocal and instrumental music, narrative presentations and dialogue. Participants will have the chance to immerse themselves in the past that impacts our perspectives today. Call the Society at 644-3900.
Meet a Tuskegee Airman
Retired Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Grant S. Williams Sr. tells his story at the Virginia Aviation Museum, Feb. 23, and Feb. 25 at 9:30 and 11 am. Pre-registration requested at 236-3622. $5-$6, 5701 Huntsman Rd. at Richmond International Airport www.vam.smv.org
Tax Aide Center at Senior Connections
Confidential and free tax preparation assistance to all middle to low income residents. Appointments required by calling 343-3059. Tax assistance is available from 10:00 am-1pm, M, W, and Thurs, 24 East Cary St., First Floor.