Event Calendar

Event Calendar

Adult Craft at West Side Branch
Join us on Thursday, March 23rd, from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM for our next adult craft at the West Side Branch, located at 135 Washington Avenue. We will be upcycling/repurposing file holders for your home office or home library with colorful paper and patterns. This is an in-person craft with Adult Services Librarian Catherine Ortiz. If you have questions, call (510) 620-6567.

Spring Egg Hunt – Save the Date!
Spring has sprung! Join us for an egg-citing egg hunt event hosted by the City of Richmond Recreation Division at Nicholl Park on April 1, 2023, starting at 10:00 A.M. Bring your family and friends to enjoy a fun-filled day of egg hunting, games, and activities for all ages! Plus, we have some egg-cellent surprises in store for our lucky winners! Don't miss out on this egg-cellent event! Mark your calendars, and we'll see you on April 1st at Nicholl Park!

Spring Break Camp
Need childcare while your children are out for spring break, April 3-7, 2023? Join Recreation staff at the Richmond Recreation Complex for a fun and active Spring Break Camp. Campers will participate in art & crafts activities, fun group games, movement activities, and the opportunity to make new friends and reconnect with old ones! *PROPER MASK WEARING IS MANDATORY * Click here to register: tinyurl.com/richmondrecreation. Call (510) 620-6793 for more information.

Arts of Point Richmond Weekly Figure Drawing Group
Thursdays, 4 PM to 7 PM
Live model every week
All experience levels welcome
$25 per session with a monthly commitment
or $30 per session for drop-in
Join us! If interested, please contact Susan at 510.705.3988
or email susanshore@mac.com

ANNIE’S Annuals 2023 BEE BASH
Saturday, April 1st 10am – 3pm A fun & educational day where the nursery will be buzzing with all things bees! We’ve gathered a swarm of bee experts for an educational and fun-filled day at our first-ever BEE BASH. Come learn from some of the Bay Area’s leading experts about native bees and what you can do to help them, including preserving habitat and planting and gardening with bees in mind. Find out which plants are most likely to attract and sustain bees in your area – and how to plant a seasonal succession of blooms so they have food sources year-round. The day will also include demonstration hives and bee expert booths, plus kid’s crafts, music and food vendors. Open to all ages! Bring your questions!

Baltic Kiss
Monday, March 20, 2023
8:00 PM  11:55 PM

Wednesday, March 22, 2023
8:00 PM  11:55 PM

Thursday, March 23, 2023
8:00 PM  11:55 PM

Rigger's Loft
Friday, March 24th: Satchmo’s Ghost  6-9pm
Saturday, March 25th: Erica & Friends ( Jigs, Polkas, Celtic) 2-5pm
Sunday, March 26th: Juke Joint (R&B & Soul) 2-5pm

Up & Under Pub
7:00pm – 9:00pm

Masquers Playhouse
By Jaclyn Backhaus / Directed by Angelina LaBarre

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