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Explore historical topics in detail with staff-led specialty tours that use the historic structures and artifacts as touchstones to the past. Learn how the Meadow Farm and other 19th century enslaved people sought freedom both physically and spiritually. Explore the religion, music and folk tales that brought courage and hope to many.Find out more »
Talented young musicians, singers, dancers and spoken word artists honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This annual performance is sponsored by the Richmond Peace Education Center and Drums No Guns.Find out more »
Shop the sale for great bargains. Cash or check only. Benefits their Kidz Kupboard program, which provides weekend meals to local students who might otherwise go without.Find out more »
The day will kick off with the Mardi Gras-themed parade from 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., beginning at 15th Street and Bainbridge Street. The main event will happen in Dogtown's Theater from 4:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Many talented groups will be performing. These performances will showcase a wide variety of dance including modern dance, African dancing, hip-hop, belly dancing, Latin and salsa dancing, and more. Plus, live music, food, balloon animals, face painting, and more activities.Find out more »
The day will kick off with the Mardi Gras-themed parade from 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., beginning at 15th Street and Bainbridge Street. Parade participants will dance, sing and invigorate the Manchester community for ten blocks. All people are encouraged to come to watch and participate in the parade. Then in Dogtown's Theatre, talented groups will be performing. In between performances, live music by Elana Lisa and the Hot Mess will get the crowd moving, Sophia's International Cuisine will be…Find out more »
Support 50 plus youthpreneurs ages 5 to 17 selling products and services at the 2nd annual one day marketplace. Regular admission required to tour the museum.Find out more »
Food, live music, carnival games and prizes, moon bounces, face painting, balloon animals, and more. All carnival-goers are encouraged to come in costume to win a prize. In addition, to all of the fun and games, there will be opportunities to give back to our community through an organized tikkun olam project. Food prepared by Temple Beth El Men’s Club and available for purchase.Find out more »
Hundreds of delightful prize-worthy daffodils and expert growers on hand. Sat, March 30, show: 2 – 5 p.m. and Sun, March 31, show: 10 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.Find out more »
Indoor exhibits, including Maymont Mansion and the Nature Center, will be open all week (even on Monday), and there will be something fun for the entire family to do every day. Most programs require advance registration and/or fees. For information, call 804-358-7166, ext. 310.Find out more »
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