The Westover Hills Library presents “The Polar Express” on Saturday, Dec. 6, @ 2:00 pm. Kids can wear their jammies and hot chocolate and cookies will be served during the movie.
The 31st annual Dominion Christmas parade in Richmond will be Saturday, December 6, 2014 at 10 a.m. The parade, themed Celebrating Tacky Christmas Traditions, will depart from the Science Museum on West Broad Street and continue east to 7th Street. This Richmond tradition attracts more than 100,000 spectators each year from all over Virginia, with thousands more enjoying the live television broadcast. Westover Hills neighbor Robert Kelly heads up the parade organization.
For many Richmonders, the parade kicks off the Christmas season. The parade will feature a very special Grand Marshal, holiday floats, marching bands, huge helium balloons, and, of course, Santa himself! If you can’t experience the parade in person, you can watch it LIVE on WTVR-CBS6 on the day of the parade from 10 a.m. to noon, or see it on Christmas Day. Click here for more info, including parade route and lineup.
The Friends of Forest Hill Park are very happy to announce our annual “Victorian era Christmas open house” on Saturday 6 December from noon-4pm.
House tours, holiday snacks, crafts for the kids and even a visit from Ol’ Saint Nick himself! (At 2pm).
Free and fun for all ages!
Enjoy some local neighborhood holiday fun!
Sponsored by: Friends of Forest Hill Park
Get those rakes out! The city’s first vacuum leaf collection is scheduled for November 17 thru November 28 in Westover Hills. The city asks you to rake leaves to your property line by the start date, to keep piles no higher than two feet, and to not include any rocks, metal or branches. Of course, inclement weather sometime puts the city’s collection behind schedule, so click here to see any updates.