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LEGO® Kidfest to Begin 2013 Tour in Richmond

Giant Family Expo Kicks Off Fifth Year of National Tour   In partnership with the Richmond Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau, the LEGO®KidsFest, a nationally-traveling giant LEGO expo, has announced that its 2013 tour will kick off in Richmond, Virginia February 15 –…

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Play, Work, Build at the National Building Museum

News Release from the National Building Museum Media Contacts: For National Building Museum: Stacy Adamson,, 202.272.2448, ext. 3458 For Rockwell Group: Joan MacKeith,, 212.463.0334 New Exhibition Features Hands-on, Interactive Presentation of Block Play   WASHINGTON, D.C.— This November,…

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New Exhibition Features Interactive Block Play  

WASHINGTON, D.C.— This November, the National Building Museum, in collaboration with internationally renowned design firm Rockwell Group, presents a hands-on, interactive exhibition exploring the history and creative range of block play. Entitled PLAY WORK BUILD, the exhibition combines items from…

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Project:HOMES and Renew Crew

Jeannette Branch had a busy schedule, juggling life as a single mother with three kids while battling diabetes. A heart attack added even more stress as she left the hospital confined to a wheelchair. Doctors might have to amputate her…

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Riverside Outfitters

Riverside Outfitters is the world’s first tree climbing based summer camp right here in Richmond. Offering adventure, education, and confidence-building that is truly unique. Campers will get to climb trees, walk limbs, try various high-ropes elements, go fishing, have team…

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Shenandoah’s Family Secrets

Living so close to the cradle of American civilization, history is fun. Trips to Jamestown. Summer camps at Yorktown.And fireworks in Williamsburg. So you could imagine my surprise when a local friend recommended the Frontier Culture Museum as the best…

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Boing! Splash!

We've all seen it on America’s Funniest Home Videos. A child jumping on a diving board accidentally lands a belly flop in the family pool. A toddler, a teen, or, heck, even a guy who qualifies for AARP jumps exuberantly…

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St. Andrew’s School

Tammie Lett-Chalmers, a parent of four, says she was surprised when the director of St. Andrew’s School asked to visit with her family in their Richmond home. But as the head of school at the tuition-free private school in Oregon…

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