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Find resources, information and engagement here to share with your communities. See additional pages on the left navigation for job postings, information, links and more! Visit henrico.us/calendar for up to date county events.

Henrico County celebrates our diverse communities. We invite everyone to visit the county’s MCE Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander Heritage & Jewish American Heritage sites to find events, celebrate and learn more.

Asian American Pacific Islander

Visit HCPL for Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month Programming

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[May is] Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month – HCPL looks forward to commemorating the occasion with films, book discussions, and a variety of programs. Listen to the sitar, learn to play Mahjong, practice the art of suminagashi (paper marbling), and much more. Read on for details about upcoming events and recommended AAPI titles from our collection. We hope you will join us for the festivities!


Asian American Film Festival at Fairfield Library


Indian & Sri Lankan Food Festival – Saturday, May 25

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RVA’s much awaited Indian & Sri Lankan Food Festival with authentic and delicious cuisines! FREE admission, parking, Kids Play area and live music! Enjoy!!

RVA’s much awaited Indian & Sri Lankan Food Festival with authentic and delicious cuisines! FREE admission, parking, Kids Play area and live music! Enjoy!!

For more information, visit indiansrilankanfoodfestival.org or email [email protected].

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Weinstein JCC Visual Arts

BRIGHT DARKNESS: Anne Schlachter Dagan | Gallery open from May 9 – June 28, 2024 | Open to the public

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Israeli-American artist Anne Schlachter Dagan’s unique sensitivity to light and colorblindness unveils a mesmerizing interplay of shadows, inviting you to explore the profound beauty that emerges when light becomes someone’s darkness. For more information, visit weinsteinjcc.org/programs/arts-and-ideas/bright_darkness/.

For more information, visit weinsteinjcc.org/programs/arts-and-ideas/bright_darkness/.

Sara D. November Gallery at the Weinstein JCC

Our Mission

The Sara D. November Gallery at the Weinstein JCC is dedicated to enhancing the cultural landscape of Richmond by showcasing exceptional Jewish artists and Judaic artwork. We are passionate about fostering Jewish culture and heritage while also nurturing new creativity in the arts.

Explore the captivating world of visual arts with us! Discover our latest lineup of engaging programs that are sure to spark your creativity. To delve into the full spectrum of our Arts + Idea offerings, simply click here. Unleash your imagination and join us on a journey of artistic inspiration!Calling All Local Creatives: Join Our Community of Artists and Showcase Your Talents!

Gallery Hours

Monday – Thursday 5:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday 5:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM

For more information, visit weinsteinjcc.org/explore-our-programs/arts-ideas/visual-arts/.

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RENT – School Edition

Save the date for the summer production of RENT: School Edition—an iconic musical by Jonathan Larson performed by Second Stage, a division of Jewish Family Theatre at the Weinstein JCC.

Directed & Choreographed by Ayla Hanna Elizabeth Clinton

Music Direction by Jason Marks

Production: June 19 – June 30 (No Fri/Sat performances, Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. on June 23 & June 30)

For more information, visit weinsteinjcc.org/programs/kids-and-teens/rent-jft/.

Jewish Community Federation of Richmond – Community Calendar

Please contact Sara Rosenbaum at [email protected] for questions about the Richmond Jewish Community Calendar sponsored by the Jewish Community Federation of Richmond calendar or events.

To share Henrico area community-centered events, programs and engagements open to the public, email [email protected]. Henrico County policies apply to information provided and posted.

Visit Henrico County’s MCE Engagement + Learning page for volunteer opportunities and more!

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Next Series Event: Thursday, May 23

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Next Series Event: Sunday, May 26

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Virginia State University STEM Institute – Pathway to Science and Engineering – June 17 – July 12, 2024 | Application Deadline May 27

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The Virginia State University STEM Institute – Pathway to Science and Engineering is a 4-week non-residential summer program for high school students to engage in hands-on experiential learning in STEM-related areas, build skills and knowledge in STEM majors, participate in professionally led workshops in topics related roles of Chemists and Engineers in the pharmaceutical industry, develop executive skills and cultivate a professional network via our leadership curriculum and tour our Region’s emerging Advanced Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and R&D Cluster. 

For more information, contact: Dr. Kathy Goodson, [email protected]. Difficulty submitting the form? Save it as a PDF and send the completed application via email to: (1) Dr. Debbie Campbell-Rance ([email protected]); (2) Dr. Kathy Goodson ([email protected]); (3) Dr. Grace Ndip ([email protected])

 Application Deadline: May 27, 2024

Next Series Event: Tuesday, May 28

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Richmond Greek Festival – May 30 – June 2

Sts. Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 30 Malvern Avenue, Richmond, VA

  • Thursday, May 30: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
  • Friday, May 31: 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
  • Saturday, June 1: 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
  • Sunday, June 2: 12-6 p.m.

Festival History

One of the major benchmarks for the Cathedral in 1976 was the beginning of its Greek cultural and food festival. First known as the “Richmond Grecian Festival,” this event, more than any other Church activity, raised the visibility of the Cathedral and introduced many Richmonders to Greek food and culture. It also introduced many to the rich spirituality of the Orthodox faith.​

Over the years, the festival concept has been expanded and enhanced. The outdoor area features white tents with food, drink selections and ample seating, as well as a stage with a live band and Greek folk dancers. Inside the Cathedral building are sanctuary tours, a charity information table, a raffle and merchandise table, an agora (international marketplace) and a pastry table with authentic Greek delicacies. Read the full Richmond Greek Festival history.

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For more information, visit greekfestival.com/ and follow RVAGreekFestival.

The International Disciples Depot – Saturday, June 1

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Girls on Fire Summer Camp with Henrico Division of Fire – July 26, 27 (Register Now)

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Henrico Fire is excited to announce its inaugural Girls on Fire Summer Camp for rising 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade girls from in and around the county. Have fun and learn valuable skills from professional firefighters at this free camp on July 26, 27 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Henrico Fire’s Training Facility, 10449 Woodman Road, Glen Allen. For questions and to register, email Lt. Ronny Martin at [email protected].

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Friday, June 7 | 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Join us every first Friday for a monthly cultural celebration for the entire family at the Children’s Museum of Richmond. This event is brought to you in partnership with the Children’s Museum of Richmond.   Immerse yourself in diverse global cultures through live performances, culinary delights, and arts and crafts. 

Featured Culture for June: Lebanese

 – Experience the essence of each culture with live music, dance, or theatrical demonstrations.

– Savor authentic dishes from the showcased culture each month.

– Get creative with hands-on activities and workshops for the whole family.

This event is FREE with Museum admission.

Recovery 101: Friday, June 7

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Save the Date for this year’s Multicultural Festival! – Saturday, June 8

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In celebration of Immigrant Heritage Month and World Refugee Day, Richmond’s Office of Immigrant and Refugee Engagement and ReEstablish Richmond are partnering to host this year’s Multicultural Festival: Imagine 2024.

We invite you to join us for Richmond’s largest festival that highlights cultures from around the world!

Ways to get involved with Multicultural Festival: Imagine 2024

  1. Are you a business that wants to show a diverse and multicultural audience how much you value their community?Click to see our SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE
  2. Are you part of a refugee and immigrant community and want to highlight your own cultural traditions by setting up a display table at the event?Complete the Cultural Display table registration by clicking here: REGISTRATION FOR MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL
  3. Are you an organization that wants to share information about community resources that could benefit refugee or immigrant communities?Complete the Exhibitor table registration by clicking here: REGISTRATION FOR MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL
  4. Are you interested in volunteering at this year’s festival?Sign up here: MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL VOLUNTEER SIGN-UP
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Join us for an immersive experience that delves deep into the heart of Bosnian culture through food, conversations, and performances. Our event, Eat.Talk.Connect., offers a unique opportunity to savor authentic Bosnian cuisine, hear the inspiring story behind Bosna Restaurant, and engage with Bosnia’s rich cultural heritage.

Eat.Talk. Connect. – An Evening of Bosnian Culture

Tuesday, June 11 | 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

What to Expect:

 Authentic Bosnian Cuisine: Delight your taste buds with traditional dishes prepared by skilled chefs. Each bite will transport you to the vibrant streets of Sarajevo.
– Inspiring Story: Listen to the owner share the journey and passion that brought Bosna Restaurant to life, offering a personal touch to your culinary adventure.
 Cultural Insights: Learn about Bosnia’s history, traditions, and customs through engaging conversations and presentations that bring the country’s vibrant culture to life.
– Live Performances: Enjoy captivating performances that showcase the music, dance, and artistry of Bosnia, providing a sensory feast for your eyes and ears.
– Interactive Pop Quiz: Test your knowledge with a fun and interactive pop quiz about Bosnia; it’s a great way to learn and engage with others.

Why Attend?

– Culinary Adventure: Experience a rich array of flavors with authentic dishes that tell the story of Bosnia’s culinary heritage.
Cultural Connection: Through firsthand stories, performances, and engaging activities, you will gain a deeper understanding of Bosnian culture.
– Community Engagement: Connect with fellow attendees who share your interest in cultural exploration and enjoy a memorable evening of shared experiences.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to immerse yourself in Bosnian culture. Reserve your spot today and be part of an evening filled with discovery, connection, and enjoyment!

Reserve Your Tickets Now!


Henrico County’s Juneteenth Celebration

Saturday, June 15, 2024 at Dorey Park
Join Henrico Recreation & Parks for a vendor fair, kids zone, food trucks, and entertainment. FREE and open to the public!
If you have any questions, please call (804) 652-1421 or email [email protected].

Event Timeline

4:00 PM – Gates Open
4:00-8:00 PM – Vendor Fair & Kids’ Zone
4:00-10:00 PM – Entertainment
9:45 PM – Fireworks Finale

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Juneteenth celebrates enforcement of the Emancipation Proclamation reaching the westernmost Confederate state of Texas. The Proclamation went into effect in 1863, but this news was purposefully withheld from enslaved people until the arrival of Union troops in Galveston Bay, Texas on June 19, 1865. Juneteenth marks our country’s second independence day.

First flown in 2000, the Juneteenth flag was designed by Ben Haith, founder of the National Juneteenth Celebration.

Learn more about Juneteenth’s history and traditions.

Stage Performances

(Subject to change)

Main Stage:
4:00 PM – Lift Every Voice & Sing + 1 Song – The Cousins
4:30 PM – Speaking Spirits Choir
5:30 PM – Hermitage HS Marching Band
5:45 PM – Legacy Band
7:30 PM – Henrico County Welcome
8:00 PM – Art of Noise
9:45 PM – Fireworks

Community Stage:
4:00 PM – DJ Amare
4:30 PM – HPAL Cheerleaders
4:45 PM – DJ Amare
5:15 PM – Black VA Theater Alliance
6:00 PM – DJ Amare
6:25 PM – JMC Princess
6:50 PM – DJ Amare

We’re excited to welcome Joi Fultz and Luke Porter from CBS6 as the 2024 Juneteenth emcees!

Taste of India – Saturday, June 15

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The Annual Taste of India Festival will be held at the Cultural Center of India (CCIVA) in Chesterfield County, VA on Saturday June 15, 2024, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

This free event to the public draws thousands of people. For more information, visit facebook.com/CCIVA/.

World Refugee Day – Richmond Kickers Soccer Game – Saturday, June 22

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Red, White and Lights 2024 – Thursday, July 4 (4-10 p.m.)

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Celebrate the Independence Day holiday with live music, food trucks, and a kids’ zone. The Richmond Symphony is headlining the show with a laser light show finale.* FREE Admission!

Meadow Farm Museum at Crump Park, 3400 Mountain Road, Glen Allen, VA 23060

Event Information: [email protected]

*Please note: The finale is a laser-light show set to music. There are NO fireworks.

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Eat.Talk.Write. – A Culinary & Cultural Experience – July 16-18

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Eat. Talk. Write. is a unique opportunity for kids ages 10 to 15 to explore the fascinating relationship between food and culture this summer! We will explore nine cultures in three days by visiting restaurants around town, enjoying delicious food, and making connections!

  • Explore 9 restaurants in 3 days.
  • Engage with diverse cultures through their delicious cuisine.
  • Make new friends this summer.
  • Learn about culture and interact with chefs to uncover the stories behind their dishes.
  • Indulge in diverse flavors for a truly rich and exciting culinary experience.
  • Learn about sensory writing.
  • Enter your food reflections into a friendly competition. (this is optional; winners will receive special recognition for their creativity and insight)

*Restaurants to be announced soon

*Only 25 spots available

*Registration is now open: REGISTER HERE

Cost: $165  (limited scholarships available)

Conversations that Connect – Friday, July 26

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Conversations That Connect: A Panel Discussion on navigating dual cultures as children of immigrants

Come join us at Deep Run Park & Recreation Center for an insightful discussion on the unique experiences of growing up with dual cultures. Our panelists will share their personal stories and strategies for embracing and navigating different cultural identities. Whether you’re a child of immigrants yourself or simply interested in learning more, this event promises to spark thought-provoking conversations and meaningful connections. Don’t miss out!

*This is a free event, but registration is required. REGISTRATION FORM

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Sovereign Nations of
Virginia Conference

Pathways to Partnership:
Enhancing Trust through Tribal Consultation

Thursday, September 19, 2024 at Virginia Crossings Hotel & Conference Center

FREE Registration to attend virtually or in person.

Pathways to Partnership:
Enhancing Trust through Tribal Consultation

The 2024 Virginia General Assembly passed HB1157 with bipartisan support: a bill affirming the Commonwealth’s obligation to consult with federally recognized Tribal Nations before granting state permits for projects that may impact tribal cultural, historical, and environmental interests. Governor Glenn Youngkin signed the bill into a law that will take effect July 1, 2024. What does this mean for state and local agencies and the tribes in Virginia? What does it look like when it’s working well? Why is it necessary? These questions, and more, will be addressed through the presentations of speakers – from Virginia Tribes to agencies and other professionals in the field.

Consistent with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), consent is the most appropriate and preferred diplomacy tool between sovereign governments. However, consultation is currently the most commonly used diplomacy tool to proactively protect the inherent sovereign interests and rights of Tribal Nations, so it is imperative that it is meaningful and robust. Director Carroll will open the conference with a discussion on the importance of consultation as part of building strong, respectful, and healthy relationships between governments, including how it can be most effectively used for both federal and state relations.
Kitcki A. Carroll, Executive Director United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc. (USET) and USET Sovereignty Protection Fund  Mr. Carroll serves as the Executive Director for USET and the USET SPF, an inter-tribal organization advocating on behalf of 33 federally recognized Tribal Nations from the Northeastern Woodlands to the Everglades and across the Gulf of Mexico. In his capacity as Executive Director, he works to protect, promote, and advance the inherent sovereign rights and authorities of the organization’s member Tribal Nations and Indian Country overall. Mr. Carroll is a strong justice advocate for all Native American people and actively works to ensure that the United States fulfills its trust and treaty responsibilities and obligations to Indian Country. Mr. Carroll is a citizen of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes. He has held various Executive/Senior management positions in the tribal government and nonprofit sector over the past 20 years and he has served on various workgroups, panels, task forces, boards, and advisory groups.
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