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February 2022


Paint And Wine With Your Pal-entine

February 11 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Grab your favorite pal and celebrate Valentine’s Day with an evening of art and fun at The Robins Nature Center. Your ticket includes 2 glasses of wine, a special up-close animal encounter, and materials to create your own mini work of art, inspired by one of Maymont’s animal artists! All participants are entered in a raffle to win artwork by one of our animal artists. Ages 21+ only. Note: The Robins Nature Center will be closed to the general public.…

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Common Ground Virginia History Book Group

February 15 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Read and discuss compelling nonfiction books handpicked by Library staff that explore Virginia history, society, and culture. This month, we’ll discuss “The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story.” This book is a collection of essays, short stories, and poetry. We will be focusing on non-fiction essays. There is no requirement to read all the essays in order to participate. Check your local public library or the FindItVA OverDrive collection to borrow titles, or purchase through the Virginia Shop or other…

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1st Drafts and Bagels -THE BARBER OF MOVILLE

February 19 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

1st Drafts and Bagels no reservations — just show up $5 suggested donation at door ​​​Join us for mimosas and bagels and participate in the creative process of making a new play. ​1st Drafts and Bagels brings together playwrights, directors, performers, and you to hear and talk about new short plays (or pieces of longer plays). We’re requiring all audience members to be fully vaccinated and to wear face masks in Firehouse ​Sat Feb 19 12n THE BARBER OF MOVILLE…

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WEINSTEIN AUTHOR SERIES EVENT WITH GREGORY SAMANTHA ROSENTHAL “Living Queer History: Remembrance and Belonging in a Southern City”

February 24 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Please join us for a talk by history professor and author Dr. Gregory Samantha Rosenthal on their book “Living Queer History: Remembrance and Belonging in a Southern City,” which explores an LGBTQ community in Roanoke, Virginia, a small city on the edge of Appalachia. Interweaving historical analysis, theory, and memoir, Rosenthal tells the story of their own journey—coming out and transitioning as a transgender woman—in the midst of working on a community-based history project that documented a multigenerational southern LGBTQ…

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