This Sunday, Jewish, Christian and Muslin congreations will fan out into the Richmond community to perform random acts of kindess.
Do you have old electronics taking up valuable space in your home? If so you recycle them with the help of the city this Saturday.
Sunday at 9:45 a.m., an interfaith, inter-generational and multicultural group will gather at Sixth Mount Zion Baptist in Richmond and go into the community to feed the hungry, help the homeless, visit the sick and perform random acts of kindness.
Bill Miller in Community Events
An estimated 90,000 Virginians have an Autism Spectrum Disorder, including Asperger’s syndrome. WCVE Forum presents “Supporting College Students with Asperger's Syndrome for Success,” recorded May 15 in our studios. WCVE's Bill Miller moderates a panel discussion, and students share their experiences.
"Little Black Dress," a play based on the true story of a George Mason student who took her own life, was performed at the University of Richmond last night in commemoration of children’s mental health awareness week.
Richmond Shakespeare gets a head start on its summer schedule Wednesday night with a free performance at Maymont Park.
SPARC, the Richmond based theater program for young people, premiered a new musical last night at the Richmond Center Stage's Gotwald Playhouse.
The Blue Man Group, seen by more than 17 million people nationwide, plays the Landmark Theater Friday night, twice on Saturday and twice on Sunday.
It takes place Saturday 10 am to 5 pm.
Theater VCU is ending its season with "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee," opening tomorrow night.