Senior Party & Resource Fair

This free event is for ages 50+! Senior Adults will receive information from county departments and community organizations, play games, and dance, dance, dance!

Hosted with Senior Connections and Henrico’s Advocate for the Aging.

Questions? Email [email protected]

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Kids ‘N Trucks

We will have several vehicles in our parking lot for you to explore and see up close. Get pictures and talk with those who drive them. We will have emergency vehicles, work trucks, and tractors.

Food trucks will be on-site to purchase lunch (but you can’t explore in those!).

Questions? Email [email protected]

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Henrico Pops Chorus Spring Concert

The Henrico Pops Chorus and Capital Cabaret will present 100 Years of Broadway! Come out and join in on the musical fun.

No reservations are required. Information: 804-652-1460.

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Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is a yearly celebration held on May 5 to celebrate Mexico’s victory over the Second French Empire at the Battle of Puebla in 1862, led by General Ignacio Zaragoza.

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Pesach/Passover begins

Passover 2024 begins at sundown on Monday, April 22nd and ends the evening of Tuesday, April 30th for most Jews in diaspora. Jews in the land of Israel and some Reform Jews in diaspora will end Passover on the evening of Monday, April 29th.

Passover is a festival of freedom.

It commemorates the Israelites’ Exodus from Egypt, and their transition from slavery to freedom. The main ritual of Passover is the seder, which occurs on the first two night (in Israel just the first night) of the holiday — a festive meal that involves the re-telling of the Exodus through stories and song and the consumption of ritual foods, including matzah and maror (bitter herbs). The seder’s rituals and other readings are outlined in the Haggadah — today, many different versions of this Passover guide are available in print and online, and you can also create your own.

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Ridván begins

(For all holy days, observance begins at sunset on the evening before)

Baha’i communities worldwide celebrate their most sacred festival, Ridvan, which takes from the end of April to the beginning of May each year. This event commemorates the 12 days that Baha’u’llah spent on the banks of the Tigris River in Baghdad in 1863, during which He declared His mission as God’s Messenger for a new age and revealed the spiritual principles that are the foundation of His teachings.

The name “Ridvan” means “paradise,” and during the 12 days, Baha’i communities come together to celebrate this joyous occasion. 

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Hindu and Sikh solar new year. Anniversary of the creation of the Khalsa (the army of the Pure Ones) in 1699. It is the most important day of the year for Sikhs.

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Solar Eclipse of the Parks

Embark on an extraordinary journey with us at the Solar Eclipse of the Parks! Be part of a unique spectacle as we witness the final visible solar eclipse in the continental U.S. for the next two decades. Grab your complimentary eclipse glasses and immerse yourself in celestial wonder. Dive into crafts, enjoy great music, sip on delicious coffee, and munch on popcorn.

Distribution of eclipse glasses will begin at 1 p.m. and available while supplies last. Guests are asked to bring a donation for a local food drive, in exchange for the glasses.

Don’t forget to bring a chair or blanket for the ultimate eclipse viewing comfort.

Two Viewing Locations!

  • Meadow Farm Museum at Crump Park
  • Dorey Park

Questions? Email [email protected]

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Kite Day

We’re transforming the fields into a kite-flying zone! Come join us for an afternoon of fun as we decorate and fly kites, which will be provided. Also, enjoy a DJ, inflatables, delicious food from our vendors, and more!

For more information, email [email protected]

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