Weekends in Richmond can be busy, and this one is no exception. Saturday offered many events starting off early with the Ring of Fire eclipse watch party hosted by the Main Library. Fog and low clouds did their best to eliminate any chance of viewing the eclipes, but the people who came out were lively and had a good time. Fire Station #63 on Valley View Road hosted an openhouse drawing a large crowd who enjoyed food and a tour of the fire station. Spirt Soul Festival offered a hearty schedule of activities, amongst them a vintage car show with music provided by the Frisco Gang Vinyl Collective.
Richmond has something for everyone, and this weekend is no exception! Richmond's rapidly burgeoning food scene makes us a favorite destination for foodies from all over the bay area. Several of our best restaurants are now drawing BIG weekend crowds, so plan ahead. If it's live music you are looking
Richmond's Brick Yard Cove neighborhood hosted a CERT drill Saturday morning, allowing residents to participate in an active drill. First responders and volunteers participating arrived at the Brick Yard Cove Community Center around 7 am for a safety meeting and briefing on the procedures and what to expect. Staging areas
Local artists opened their studios in Richmond to the public this weekend for the first time in many years, providing a rare opportunity for a look at their work and the space they create it in. The Open Studio event was organized by the Visual Artists of Richmond, an all-volunteer