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The Winter/Spring Program Guide is here, filled with old favorites and lots of new programs! Program guides are available at any of our Recreation Centers, Henrico County Public Libraries, or area Kroger, Martin’s, & Wawa stores. Registration is now open!. See the Class Registration page for details

 Connect with us Online! – Registration now open!

  • Available 24/7 for ALL programs
  • Improved communication through email and textHCRP Connect
  • Family accounts
  • Search by category, age, or location
  • Major credit cards accepted (small convenience fee)
  • Go to to view our programs and register.


Now Hiring!

2015 Summer Camps – All Programs
-Recreation Center Coordinator, Recreation Instructor, Recreation Specialist

Recreation Basketball Camp Supervisor
Recreation Instructor- Sports Fields/Evenings and Weekends
Office Assistant III – Tourism and Historic Interpreter Assistant

Go to for more information!

Summer Internships are also available! We’re looking for college students to join us for a summer internship. Positions available in communication, sports tourism, history, and finance. Apply now at, job category: intern. Deadline to apply is March 2.

Upcoming Events

Generation Dream
Sat, Feb 28, 2pm. Free. Henrico Theatre
All ages. Generation Dream presented by the Richmond Peace Education Center is an “Educoncert” honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The concert mixes a variety of performance mediums from spoken word to live music. No reservations required. Information:

On the Air Radio Players present Here Comes Mr. Jordan
Tue & Wed, March 3-4, 7:30pm. Free. The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen
All ages. The On the Air Radio Players are pleased to present an old-time radio show taped before a live audience! Come and be a part of this hour-long taping featuring live music, live sound effects, and your favorite stories from the “golden age of radio.” Information:

Adventure Series
Ages 12+. Suffering from cabin fever? Join us for a series of presentations celebrating the great outdoors! Speakers will share their experiences across America and around the world. The series concludes with some spectacular short films on mountain culture! Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. All free. More information
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Screen-Printing: Canvas Tote Bags
Sat, Mar 14 & 21, 9-11am, $14.  Armour House & Gardens
Ages 16+. Create a one-of-a-kind bag with a design from your imagination or from our idea vault! Create two different stencils and print a two-color design on a custom canvas bag. Fee covers instruction and all supplies.Info: or (804) 262-4924
Applause Unlimited presents Aesop’s Fables
Sat, March 21, 2015 11 a.m. Elko Community Center, 6216 White Oak Rd, Sandston, VA

Just in time for National Puppetry Day! Aesop’s tales of The Ant and The Grasshopper, The Country Mouse and The City Mouse, and The Tortoise and The Hare are brought to life by a fascinating puppeteer/storyteller. Each fable has a moral that illustrates proper behavior and highlights a different style of puppetry. Admission is free but registration is required. Registration: Information: or (804) 501-5138

Strike a pose! The 50+ Photography Contest begins in March! Click here for more information! camera

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