Postponed A parade of blooms unfurls as the weather warms: daffodils, tulips, peonies, roses, and more.
Postponed A charming tale of a young girl learning to “love the skin she’s in,” while teaching children it is their differences that make them special. Lovingly adapted from Academy Award-winner Julianne Moore’s children’s books. Sensory Friendly Performances Tue, May…
Since the 1860s, postal covers have been a unique way to educate the public and inspire Americans. Join Jim Triesler, the VWM’s Director of Education, as he explores a century of this unique form of artwork.
Have you considered becoming a foster parent? Join HopeTree Foster Care for one of their online information sessions to learn more about how your family can become a foster family. Call (804) 201-9006 or email ShannonU@HopeTreeFS.org for more information.
Discover the proper techniques to care for your older uniforms at home with Jesse Smith, the VWM’s Curator. This program will concentrate on inspection of uniforms and garments, how to properly store them, what supplies are needed and where to…
What's next for YOU? Focus is on adult learners looking for new careers or thinking about how to advance their current skills. Session will cover short-term to degree options, financial aid, and the application process. Registration required. Go to: www.reynolds.edu/openhouse.
Just because we are locked in our homes, does not mean you cannot unlock a new skill. Learn Spanish virtually.
This is a 10-week series designed to give parents and children fun, meaningful activities you can do at home to explore feelings of grief and remember your loved one in unique ways.
Lewis Ginter's Children's Educator Tarneshia Evans reads a few of her favorite stories on Facebook Live. Tune in here: https://www.facebook.com/LewisGinter
The theme for the May 2020 All Media Show, focuses on mothers and is entitled "Mother, May I?" Also premiering on May 22nd, is a virtual exhibit by Lew Lott entitled: Expanding Interruptions. They will be available to view and…