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  • Apr 05
    12:00 pm to 5:00 pm

    A collaborative exhibition involving a variety of local cultural and educational institutions brings to light the history and current challenges facing Church Hill from the perspective of its residents.

  • Apr 05
    2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

    Examine 19th century architecture and modern revitalization efforts in Richmond’s oldest intact neighborhood. Developed by Major William Mayo, Church Hill is home to St. John’s Church, where Patrick Henry made his famous speech, and the city’s largest number of antebellum structures.

  • Apr 06
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • Apr 07
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • Apr 07
    10:00 am to 5:00 pm

    A collaborative exhibition involving a variety of local cultural and educational institutions brings to light the history and current challenges facing Church Hill from the perspective of its residents.

  • Apr 07
    6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

    Join the Valentine as it collaborates with Richmond Magazine, Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME) and TMI Consulting to offer the fifth iteration of the "Community Conversations" series. This year will feature monthly discussions about various Richmond localities spanning from Highland Park to Forest Hill. Each conversation will feature panelists who will participate in the discussions to help create a comprehensive view of the history of the selected neighborhood and how it was molded into the place that we see it as today.

    Event to be held at the Valentine, located at 1015 E. Clay Street, Richmond, VA 23220.
    Walking tour on April 11.

  • Apr 08
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • Apr 08
    10:00 am to 5:00 pm

    A collaborative exhibition involving a variety of local cultural and educational institutions brings to light the history and current challenges facing Church Hill from the perspective of its residents.

  • Apr 09
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • Apr 09
    10:00 am to 5:00 pm

    A collaborative exhibition involving a variety of local cultural and educational institutions brings to light the history and current challenges facing Church Hill from the perspective of its residents.

  • Apr 10
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • Apr 10
    10:00 am to 5:00 pm

    A collaborative exhibition involving a variety of local cultural and educational institutions brings to light the history and current challenges facing Church Hill from the perspective of its residents.

  • Apr 11
    10:00 am to 12:00 pm

    The walking tour to accompany the Community Conversation discussion about Carver on April 7.

  • Apr 11
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • Apr 11
    10:00 am to 5:00 pm

    A collaborative exhibition involving a variety of local cultural and educational institutions brings to light the history and current challenges facing Church Hill from the perspective of its residents.

  • Apr 12
    12:00 pm to 5:00 pm

    A collaborative exhibition involving a variety of local cultural and educational institutions brings to light the history and current challenges facing Church Hill from the perspective of its residents.

  • Apr 12
    2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

    An extension of the daily “Highlights” tour, this version covers in more detail the cemetery’s unique history, landscape design, architecture, symbols and residents.

  • Apr 13
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • Apr 14
    10:00 am to 11:00 am

    All ages (registration required)

    $8 per child and adult pair
    $5 for members 

  • Apr 14
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

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