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Support the Friends Book Drive at the Main Library, 101 East Franklin Street, on Saturday, October 4 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Events for Saturday, February 15, 2014

East End
10:00 A.M.
VHDA Homeownership Education Program
Virginia Housing Development Authority's FREE Homeownership Education Program teaches future homeowners how to prepare a spending plan, understand credit reports and credit issues, qualifying for a mortgage loan, choosing the right home and more. Participants receive a certificate upon completion of the course. To register, please call Freda Bolling at (804)225-0506, press 1.

Ginter Park
10:30 - 12:30 p.m.
Paws To R.E.A.D.
Do you love dogs? Come and read to Harvey, our resident Greyhound! Parents this is a wonderful program that allows children to read aloud, increase their self-esteem, and learn about the human-animal connection. Call and schedule a time to read to Harvey or to one of his canine buddies @ 646-1236.

Main
3-5pm
Vicarious Traveler's Series
Vicarious Traveler's Series is cosponsored by the Richmond Hostel. Learn about the "Best Kept Secrets: Outdoor Adventure Close to Home".

Main
2:00 p.m.
Gellman Room Concert
Joshua Allen, bass-baritone, and Dr. Marianne Kessler, pianist, perform classical music, Negro Spirituals, and folksongs.

Main
3-5pm
Collective History As African Americans
Paula Royster, founder of the Center for African American Center for Genealogical Research, Inc. leads 3 classes on how the African American life experiences are "remembered" and shared. RSVP 646-7223.

Main
10am-12noon
Richmond Linux Users Group
Join our local LUG to learn, compare, and share Open Source software. RVALUG

North Avenue
2:00 PM
Movie Matinee
Gru is recruited by the Anti-Villian League to help deal with a powerful new super criminal. Despicable Me 2, Rated PG, 98 mins

Westover Hills
2:00 pm
Brenda Luke, Storyteller
Join us as nationally recognized storyteller Brenda Luke shares exciting tales celebrating the richness of our African-American heritage. All ages welcome.



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