In looking for ways to enjoy this year’s Spring Break there’s no need to look any further than Chesterfield County itself. With natural splendor and glimpses of paradise often only a short drive or walk away, there is something for everyone around every corner of our large county.
Honesty, they say, is the best policy, and honest theatre helps us to understand the lives of others. Swift Creek Mill Theatre’s musical presentation of “Quilters” honesty portrays the lives, experiences and emotions of seven pioneer women.
Wednesday, April 13
Early Literacy Story Time. 10:30 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. at Enon Library; 11 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. at Chester Library; 1:30 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. at Central. Details: 530-3403 (Enon) or 748-6314 (Chester), 748-1603 (Central).
Spring Acoustic Concert Series presents The Campbell Family Band. 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. Central Library. Details: 748-1603.
As Chesterfield’s school board began integrating faculty and staff within the schools system, after a Federal ruling forced the integration, the school board began the process in 1966, although the number of black faculty in white schools would be limited to six.
If you’re ever in the backwoods of Chesterfield County and see a grey-haired gentleman investigating every inch of the tree-filled landscape, don’t be alarmed, it’s probably just Major Robert J. Forman on one of his “train walks.”
After last week’s perpetual overcast, the skies opened up long enough for Saturday’s Volunteer Firefighter Recruit School Family Day at the Enon Fire Training Center to begin in the midday sun.
The Chesterfield-Colonial Heights Social Services Department ranks fourth in what Commissioner Martin D. Brown, Virginia Department of Social Services, recently announced as the VDSS Sweet 15 for Benefit Programs. Chesterfield-Colonial Heights was the only Level III agency in Central Virginia on the VDSS Sweet 15.