Archive for “Westover Hills Library”
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Amy Peterson – Natalia O’brien Westover Hills Library – 1408 Westover Hills Blvd. Richmond, Virginia 23225 – 804.646.8833 Thursday, November 8, 2012, 7:00 p.m.
The event kicks off at 10:30 a.m. at the Westover Hills Public Library. Find out just how delicious reading is at your library this summer. Join us for a cookout, Uncle Ty-rone’s Ventriloquism, Deborah Fellman’s amazing balloon creations, and get signed up for this year’s summer reading program at the same time. A fun time […]
Copied from the Westover Hills Neighborhood Association website; Yuri’s Night, a popular annual event sponsored by the Westover Hills Library Advisory Group, will be held at the library on Saturday, April 14 at 7 p.m. Russian-born Yuri Gagarin was the first human to orbit the Earth (on April 12, 1961), and a crater on the […]
This Saturday (1/21) morning from 10-12, join the folks at the Westover Hills Library for entertainment, crafts, refreshments, and prizes. Jonathan the Juggler and Shirley and her Exotic Birds will be there. Check it out and while you’re there check out some books.
How? Purchase a wreath for $15.00 that will be placed on the grave of a war veteran in Richmond National Cemetery. This is a nationwide event, and wreaths are placed concurrently.
From the Richmond Public Libraries we learn about this great event. Telling tales of sassy rabbits, kind-hearted possums, wily coyotes, and clever monkeys, Susan Clark engages the audience and brings life to her characters through her experiences of stage acting. She specializes in tales from the Appalachian Mountain regions and has been telling stories for […]
On April 12, 1961, Russian born Yuri Gagarin was the first human to orbit the Earth. A crater on the far side of the Moon is named after him- let’s celebrate his achievement! When: Saturday, April 9th 7:00 p.m. Where: The Westover Hills Library, 1408 Westover Hills Blvd.
If you haven’t been to the newly renovated Westover Hills library you should head on over this Saturday. All the books and staff are back and it’s pretty darn sweet. To help celebrate not only the opening but they are also celebrating Winter with a “Let it Snow” theme. The activities will be going on […]
Strategies for Eliminating Debt, a free seminar with practical information for effectively paying down debt, will be held at the Westover Hills Public Library, 1408 Westover Hills Boulevard, on Wednesday, January 26 from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. To register, please visit www.vacu.org/Learn/Seminars.aspx or call (804) 323-6800. The seminar will be led by Cherry Hedges, financial […]
Welcome back to the Westover Hills Library. Everyone hopes you have enjoyed the newly renovated facility! Please join the Westover Hills Library Advisory Group for “Let it Snow!” a morning full of fun at the library. Shirley and her live exotic birds will be on display and Debra Fellman will be making her amazing balloon […]
As many of you have noticed our little local library has installed bookshelves. The natural question is, when is it going to re-open. Although no definite date has been officially announced we have heard that the first week in December is very likely. As I said this is not “official” so don’t chase me down […]
Library update from Clay Dishon; With the added process of structural reinforcement successfully behind, remaining elements of the overall renovation can now proceed unobstructed at the branch. The last few weeks have seen the installation of new windows and interior lighting, placement of façade tile, as well as repair and replacement of the eaves. Installation […]
We’ve been crossing the river to the Belmont Library for the summer, but we sorely miss our own neighborhood library which is undergoing renovation. Library manager, Clay Dishon, has posted an update on the renovation: A warm hello to all— By late last Friday afternoon, the scent of drywall compound was prominent inside the branch […]
Thanks to Laura Dysart for letting me know about this blog that is sharing details about the ongoing Westover Hills Library renovations and thanks to librarian Clay Dishon for maintaining the blog. With a new month in full swing, things are progressing nicely at the branch. The necessary interior demolition is complete and the framework […]
From the Patrick Henry School of Arts and Science; We need some able-bodied volunteers to lifts and move some tables, magazine racks and chairs this Saturday, 4/17 at 9 am at Westover Hills Library and help transport them to PHSSA and move them inside. We rented a small moving van to make this effort easier. […]
The RPL board met last week and authorized Saturday, April 10th as the last day of operations for the Westover Branch before renovation work begins. When we have more information about the reopen date I’ll let you know.
Please join the Richmond Public Library and the Richmond Public Schools Arts And Humanities Center as we celebrate the creativity of artists & musicians from Richmond Public Schools. During March, the Westover Hills Library will exhibit original artwork by students from neighborhood schools and the Thompson Middle School Choir will perform during the opening reception. […]
The Westover Hills Library Advisory Group (WHLAG) recently updated their website to include some more details about their impending renovation. Although it will be closed for a few months, the improvements are sure to be worth it. Looking at photos taken at its opening you can see that many of the fixture,s like the shelves […]
Our local library is going to have some much needed renovations this spring. Tentatively, it is scheduled to close sometime around the end of March or first part of April. No definite date at present due to the fact that the bid process for contractors is still in progress. Realistically, the WH Library will be […]