Family, friends, food and fun were in abundance at Sperryfest, the annual Sperryville street festival held in April.
The first annual Black Family Health Expo was held on March 18 at the historic St. Philips Episcopal Church in Richmond. The event was sponsored by The Links Incorporated, an organization of African American women founded in 1946. Links members are devoted to strengthening African American communities through fund raising, education, advocacy and volunteering. It is the largest nationwide organization of Black women in the United States.
It’s fun, it’s fast, it’s a game of momentum—it’s volleyball.
The Richmond Office of Aging & Disabilities partnered with seventh district City Council Member, Cynthia Newbille, to host a Valentine’s Day luncheon at Main Street Station in Richmond-- For the Love of Seniors. This was the ninth annual senior celebration and resource fair.
“Black Fire,” a documentary film about the music scene in Washington, D.C., that features Richmond native James “Plunky” Branch was shown recently at the Black History Museum and Cultural Center as part of its celebration of Black History Month.
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