The 5th annual Black Marriage Day in Richmond is March 26. The event is free and has a wealth of information for singles, healing married and unmarried couples and teens. Workshops include:
• I Know My Mate (a Newlywed Game type activity for couples)
• Let’s Talk About Money, viagra dosage Baby
• How to Keep Disagreements from Escalating
Partnering with First Things First of Greater Richmond we will be offering a class on how to keep disagreements from escalating, ailment hosted by LeMar Bowens who hosts Real Talk Real Change on WCLM radio. East District Family Resource Center, 2405 Jefferson Ave, 12:30 to 5 pm.
The Hanover Historical Organization will meet March 27 and tour of John L. Thompson Learning Center and Pop’s Country Store Museum at 2 pm. Archer Di Peppe, appraiser, will speak about the origins of the collection and how the museum became a reality. http://hanoverhistorical.org
Richmond Chapter VSUAA presents its Spring Dinner Dance, Jones Dining Hall on the campus of VSU. The Dance features a Southern Buffet, live music includes Glennroy Bailey and Company on Saturday, April 2 from 6:30 pm – 11:30 pm. Attire: Semi-Formal, donation: $60 per person. For tickets call Gloria Tucker at 262-8923 or Barry Harris at 986-6192. A wonderful evening and a wonderful opportunity to provide scholarships for VSU Students!
Friday Cheers, Richmond’s oldest summer concert series kicks off its 27th season! It’ll take place every Friday from May 6-June 24 (excluding May 13, for Dominion Riverrock) on Brown’s Island on downtown Richmond’s historic riverfront. Each event is $5 – $10 (13 and over). Season Passes are $35 until April 1, and are $40 thereafter.