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Make sure you join us for Time For The Blues this Saturday night (4/19/14) as we bring you some amazing blues. Not just good, we’re going for amazing and you’ll be glad you tuned in! We have new tracks from the Robert Cray Band and one of our favorites, Lisa Mann! Also, another chat and tunes with local harpmaster Li'l Ronnie Owens!

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Sunday, April 20th

2:00pm
Examine 19th century architecture and revitalization efforts in Richmond’s oldest intact neighborhood. Meet at Patrick Henry Park, E Broad and 24th streets.

Monday, April 21st

10:00am
Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents. Meet at the cemetery entrance, Cherry and Albemarle streets.
12:00pm
A solo art exhibition by painter and sculptor Jon Duff.

Tuesday, April 22nd

10:00am
Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents. Meet at the cemetery entrance, Cherry and Albemarle streets.