Do you love Westover Hills Elementary School? Are you looking for ways to support our neighborhood school? STAY RVA has just launched STAY Supporters, a program where you “adopt” a teacher/staff person at WHES and take them a little treat a few times during the school year to show our appreciation. If you’d like to sign up, email email@example.com and we’ll match you. We’re looking for 35 folks to make this a success!
The Slack Family Bluegrass Band will perform Sunday, October 22, from 5 to 7 p.m. in Forest Hill Park in the final concert of “Music in the Park” for 2017. Come on out!
Change of location for tomorrow’s meeting: we will be at O’Toole’s (4800 Forest Hill Avenue). Come join your neighbors for a drink and food starting at 6pm, the meeting will begin at 7pm. Just tell the host that you’re here for Westover Hills and they will show you to our room.
This meeting will include updates from Councilwoman Kristen Larson, School Board Representative Jonathon Young, and Richmond City Police. We will also be taking comments on the final updates to the WHNA bylaws before the board votes.
The Slack Family, seasoned bluegrass vets, will entertain at the Music in the Park concert on Sunday, September 10, from 5 to 7 p.m. Bring a picnic, the kids, the dog, and all your neighbors and come to Forest Hill park!
The 43rd Street Festival of the Arts will be held Saturday, September 16, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This is the 26th year of this popular annual show.
This event is limited to 75 regional artisans and features some of the finest arts and crafts available in the area. It is a great way for artists to show and sell their work to an appreciative audience. A unique selection of contemporary art, fantastic music, great food, and a loyal crowd help round out the event. The festival partners with local charity Caritas.
Come meet the artisans and buy fine, funky, and functional art. Enjoy the great music. Support our local community. Bring the family.