Magnolia Grange House Museum
Saturday, June 2, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost: This is a free, family event, open to the public. The gift shop will be open and hotdogs, lemonade, and other refreshments will be available for purchase.
Join CHSV and Chesterfield County Department of Parks and Recreation at the Magnolia Grange House Museum for their annual “Planters Day” and explore what life on the farm was like in Chesterfield County during the 1860s. Costumed interpreters will be on hand to share living history exhibits, traditional period music, trades such as a potter, a doctor, a midwife, a carpenter, a broom maker, a candle maker, a laundress, a herbal historian, and many more.
There will be period children’s activities and games and period music provided by the Bowld Sojer Band and the Haversacks and Hardtack String Band. Magnolia Grange Museum will also offer free tours throughout the day.
For more information, contact Lorie Arnold at 804-748-1498.
Grove Avenue Baptist Church
Friday, June 22, 2018, from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Cost: $10/individual adult, $25/family. Pre-registration is recommended; tickets may be available at the door, depending on space.
Join Joel Salatin and Dr. Sina McCullough for their family-friendly presentation, “A Night of Solutions: How to Restore Your Food, Health, and Freedom.”
Learn how your food supply can make you sick and how you can heal yourself from disease, how easy it can be to restore the integrity of your food and reclaim the freedoms that you’ve lost, and how you have the power to shape your food supply into what you want it to be.
Joel Salatin will compare the unsustainable industrial food system with local, regenerative food and farming systems. He draws on a lifetime of experience to educate and inspire audiences around the world (and has also been a popular speaker at past HEAV conventions).
Dr. McCullough will share how she reversed her autoimmune disease–including the role God played in her healing, what the FDA and the food industry are really doing to your food, and how you can protect your long-term health and reclaim the freedoms you have lost by taking back your consent.
For more information, contact Stephanie Konicki at 804-740-8888 or email@example.com.
Virginia Air & Space Center
Virginia Air & Space Center, NASA Langley Visitor Center will host a variety of summer camps for students in grades K-8 (camps are broken up by grade levels). Students should be registered for the grade that they will be entering for the 2018/2019 school year.
Multiple camp sessions will be held weekly, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. from June 25 through August 17, 2018.
Cost: $250/week, non-member; $235/week, member. Before- and after-camp care and lunches are available for additional costs. Pre-registration is required, and closes at noon on the Friday before the camp start date.
Camps include “Space: The Final Frontier,” “Kooky Contraptions,” “NASA Robotics,” “Flight Lab,” and much more.
For a complete list of camp sessions and registration details, visit the website.