This week’s calendar

Feb 2, 2024 | by


Fri Feb 2 11:00AM

25% off select bikes. 25-50% helmets, shoes, tires, and clothing. All weekend Friday, Saturday, and Sunday February 2-4th.

RPS Farm-to-Table Monthly Market

Fri Feb 2 2:30PM

Come by for bags of fresh produce. 1745 Catalina Drive

BOHO QUAD Personal Training Studio Open House

Sat Feb 3 9:00AM

Come meet BOHO’s Personal Trainers, complete a FREE fitness assessment to jump start your journey, tour the reinvented personal training studio space, enjoy some treats, and surprises! 4930 Forest Hill

Swansboro Community Clean-Up

Sat Feb 3 10:00AM

Meet at 52 East 32nd Street. Swansboro West Civic Association

Help Plant Native Species Along Crooked Branch

Sat Feb 3 10:00AM

Please join us on Saturday, Feb. 3 for live staking along Crooked Branch, small stream in Crooked Branch Ravine Park. We will also be planting small shrubs nearby. Volunteers interested in live staking please click through the link below.

From the Heart Valentine’s Pop-up

Sat Feb 3 11:00AM

Seasonal pop-up market event, food & vendors
4712 Forest Hill Ave

Richmond Makers Market

Sat Feb 3 12:00PM

Meet local makers and artisans who can’t wait to tell you about their work. All makers for this market, live or work in #rva keep our community thriving. Basic City Beer 212 W 6th Street

The R.A.T. (Richmond Alley Tour) Bike Ride

Sun Feb 4 7:00AM

Expect to lose your sense of time, place, and self as you adventure through well over 100 miles of city alleys. It will be cold. It will be tough. It will be dirty. If you’re lucky, you might meet a rat.

Small Business Legal Workshop

Sun Feb 4 2:00PM

The Capital Region Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and the Richmond Public Law Library (RPL) are hosting an educational workshop focused on counseling and legal resources for small business owners and entrepreneurs in the Richmond region. Learn the basics of how to set up a business, legal filings and entity status such as LLC, S-Corp, B-Corp, and more. Hosted by a local attorney and staff of the SBDC. The RPL Law Librarian will also show patrons how to access sample legal documents such as contracts, MOAs, and licensing agreements using the Law Library’s free resources.

This workshop will be held at the Broad Rock Branch Library located at 4820 Old Warwick Rd., Richmond, VA 23224. Call 804-646-8488 for details.

Weekly Karaoke @ Gramaphone

Mon Feb 5 7:00PM

It’s your time to shine! Come hang out with us every Sunday for a fun & free karaoke night at Gramophone! Grab yourself a wine cocktail and choose your favorite tune! Gramophone Winery

RVA Yoga Hang @ Gramophone

Tue Feb 6 6:00PM

Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or a beginner, this event is perfect for all levels. Treat yourself to a nice Tuesday evening, bring some friends and make new ones while enjoying a glass of wine after some yoga.

The 60-ish min yoga class will be taught by Carly Shields, 200-hr, owner of RVA Yoga Hang. This class will be suitable for all levels and will be Vinyasa-based, but low-impact. Please bring your own mat if you have one, though some will be available to borrow. Please bring any additional props you wish to use.

Food Giveaway

Wed Feb 7 4:30PM

Every Weds by Lettuce Reduce Food Waste at McDonough Community Garden
3300 McDonough Street

Bilingual Family Storytime / Hora de cuentos bilingüe para familias

Wed Feb 7 10:30AM

Join us at the Broad Rock library for Storytime in English and Spanish! Perfect for babies and children 0 – 5. ¡Únete a nosotros en la biblioteca Broad Rock para la hora del cuentos en inglés y español! Perfecto para bebés y niños tienen 0 – 5 años. Broad Rock Library.

Book Swap @ Hatch Local

Wed Feb 7 6:00PM

Last swap was a HUGE success so let’s do it again! Meet Rachel at the bar at 6 pm. Bring 3-5+ gently used books to swap!

TEEN PAINT N’ SIP @ Hull Street Library

Thu Feb 8 5:30PM

Teens, come celebrate Black History Month with author and artist Justin Q. Young! This unique painting experience is in keeping with the 2024 ASALH theme, “African Americans and the Arts” Light refreshments including age-appropriate, non-alcoholic beverages will be served. This program is free and open to the public, but space is limited, so register early! First come, first served!

Manchester Alliance meeting

Thu Feb 8 6:00PM

The Manchester Alliance is a neighborhood association encompassing residents, businesses and property owners that share common ideals and goals for the land and improvements defined by its physical boundaries.

All are welcome to attend our monthly Manchester Alliance meetings, held at 6:00pm – 7:00pm on the 2nd Thursday of every month at local Manchester establishments. Members will be notified of the latest meeting location on our Facebook group, Instagram page and by email.

Woodland Heights Civic Association Meeting

Thu Feb 8 6:30PM

Woodland Heights Baptist Church

Garden Market @ Laura Lee’s

Sat Feb 10 11:00AM

Come out to our local garden patio Maker’s Market celebrating love in all its forms

Richmond Yarn Swap

Sat Feb 10 12:00PM

At the Recycled Yarn studio at ArWorks in Manchester. The friendly folks at the front desk can point you in the right direction. What to bring (optional): Any yarn (or yarn supplies!) you’d like to donate to your fellow area fiber artists. What to do: Rummage, mingle, hang out, and check out the gallery! Art Works has lots of cool stuff to see. Leftovers will be donated to @scrap_rva

Valentine’s Day Portrait Workshop

Sat Feb 10 1:00PM

Come paint a portrait of a loved one to give as a Valentine’s gift. All supplies and light refreshments provided. For ages 12-17. Register by Feb 4. 6335 A Jahnke Road

Poetry Workshop Series with Jamil Jasey

Sat Feb 10 1:00PM

This Poetry Workshop for teens, tweens, and their families is an ideal way for family bonding, getting creative juices flowing, and polishing communication skills! This is an ongoing 6-session series, with opportunities to share talents honed during the Workshop. Adults must bring a pre-teen or teen to attend the Workshop. Teens and Pre-teens are invited to bring friends and siblings, but must bring at least one parent, guardian, or adult mentor with them to attend the Workshop.

Jamil Jasey is a local Spoken Word Artist. He was instrumental in making the first Black Male Emergent Readers (BMER) Summer Book Club a tremendous success, using poetry to inspire teen boys to read!

Hull Street Library

Meet fantasy author Jacqueline Johnson

Sat Feb 10 1:30PM

Come and meet adventure and fantasy author Jacqueline T. Johnson, author of the exciting Sons of Meir series. From the first book in the series, Test of Time, through the most recent, Season End: Sons of Meir, this is a thrilling read. As the author says, “Writing in the fantasy genre opens unlimited avenues for the imagination.”

Signed copies will be available for purchase. Hull Street Library.

Tree Pruning Workshop

Sat Feb 10 2:00PM

Free tree pruning workshop with long time food forest community member and volunteer Levar Carter @lightisuponyou / Fonticello Food Forest

Weekly Karaoke @ Gramaphone

Sun Feb 11 7:00PM

It’s your time to shine! Come hang out with us every Sunday for a fun & free karaoke night at Gramophone! Grab yourself a wine cocktail and choose your favorite tune! Gramophone Winery

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