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Next week (June 25-28), Richmond will be the host city for the American Guild of Organists Regional Mid-Atlantic Convention. This...
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Next week (June 25-28), Richmond will be the host city for the American Guild of Organists Regional Mid-Atlantic Convention. This will feature various workshops, recitals and concerts taking place each day across the city. It’s a great opportunity to hear the wonderful instruments we have in Richmond's churches.

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Sunday, June 25th

7:30am
A concert featuring organ, choir and brass. This concert is sponsored by River Road Church, Baptist and the American Guild Of Organists.
8:30am
The IMAGE Youth Choir and Jubilate! Young Adult Chorale will conclude their Virginia "Old Dominion Tour" with a 55-minute worship concert.
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The IMAGE Youth Choir and Jubilate! Young Adult Chorale will conclude their Virginia "Old Dominion Tour" with a 55-minute worship concert.
12:00pm
Renowned Peruvian tapestry weaver, Maximo Laura, exhibits new work, and see 4 other new art shows. 12-6 Tues - Sun.