Tag: Eastern Henrico Recreation Center

Senior Party in the Park: Drive-Thru Resource Fair

Thurs, May 27.10am-noon. Free. Eastern Henrico Recreation Center For ages 50+. Our annual “Senior Party in the Park” will look a little different this year, but will still be fun and informative! Guests will drive-thru to gather up-to-date information from county departments and community organizations. And enjoy a special treat at the end! Questions? Call […] Continue reading Senior Party in the Park: Drive-Thru Resource Fair

Soulful Sunday

Admission is FREE! From their first arrival in 1619, Africans & African Americans have contributed to and shaped our nation’s culture in countless ways. Their traditions reflect through art, music, food, religion, and most of all, the convictions of hope, determination, and courage. They have left an indelible and enduring mark on American society. Come […] Continue reading Soulful Sunday

Game Night

Ages 5-10. Enjoy some relaxing time for yourself by dropping the kids off at the Eastern Henrico Rec Center for a fun-filled evening of games; including basketball, pickleball, air hockey, and foosball. No registration required. Information: mcn11@henrico.us Continue reading Game Night

World Tai Chi & Qigong Day

A group practicing Tai Chi at EHRC
Come out and be part of this international event co-sponsored with the Confucius Institute of William and Mary! On the last Saturday in April, World Tai Chi and Qigong Day will be celebrated in every time zone in the world! Starting at 10:00 am in the first time zone and moving in a wave around […] Continue reading World Tai Chi & Qigong Day

Aquatics center receives final approval, construction set to start in March

The Henrico County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved a plan of development for an indoor aquatics center that will be built and operated by the YMCA of Greater Richmond in partnership with the county. With its 5-0 vote, the board gave final approval to the project, clearing the way for construction to begin in […] Continue reading Aquatics center receives final approval, construction set to start in March
 
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