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NOVEMBER 18
Short Pump Town Center will celebrate Santa’s arrival with a parade and Magical Tree Lighting from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the main plaza. The parade will begin near Pottery Barn, travel around the main plaza and back around to the center stage where children of all ages can jam to holiday tunes, such as Jingle Bell Rock and the Peppermint Twist. The Salvation Army Band and Susan Greenbaum will perform. A meet-and-greet with Robbie Reindeer, Mistletoe Mouse and Santa will take place in the food court. Admission is free. For details, call 360-1700 or visit http://www.shortpumpmall.com .
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St. James the Less Episcopal Church, 125 Beverly Rd. in Ashland, will host its annual Heavenly Creations Arts and Crafts Show from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Friday will feature an Opening Night Wine and Cheese Reception. Heavenly Creations is a juried, fine arts show featuring original, handcrafted works from local and regional artists and craftspeople. Included in this year’s show are furniture, stoneware, children’s clothing, photography, fresh wreaths, woodcarvings, quilts, sculptures, jewelry, baked goods and canned foods. Admission and parking are free. Proceeds from the show will be used for community outreach. For details, call 798-4615 or visit http://www.stjamestheless.com .

NOVEMBER 19
The Church of the Redeemer, 8275 Meadowbridge Rd. in Mechanicsville, will hold its 30th annual Craft Bazaar from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Over 100 vendors will have homemade crafts and baked goods for sale and there will be also be a cakewalk, raffles, visits with Santa and a Secret Santa Shop where children can shop. Admission is $1 and includes a door prize ticket. All proceeds benefit the ministries of the church. For details, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).
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Soundworks, an a cappella chorus of 16 men, will perform at 7:30 p.m. at the Henrico Theatre, 305 E. Nine Mile Rd. The group has a varied repertoire, from Elvis to country, to Van Morrison to gospel. Admission is free but ticket reservations are required. For details, call 328-4491.
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The program “The Powhatan Tribes – Past & Present” will take place at 2:30 p.m. at Tuckahoe Library, 1901 Starling Dr. Wayne Adkins, second assistant chief of the Chickahominy tribe, will discuss the Powhatan tribes with emphasis on those who resided in the area that became Henrico, including the first contact with the English in 1607. Modern Virginia tribes will also be discussed. Admission is free. For details, call 290-9100 or visit http://www.henricolibrary.org .
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Henrico Doctors’ Hospital, 1602 Skipwith Rd., will host a Fall Health & Wellness Festival from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. The festival will feature free health screenings (heart, pulmonary function, stroke, bone density and skin), walk-in mammograms, daVinci® surgical robot demonstrations, children’s activities including face painting, clowns, balloon art and first responders, and free refreshments. For details, call 320-DOCS or visit http://www.henricodoctors.com .
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Phillip Bauer, who has been recreating the music and live performance of Johnny Cash since 1985, will perform at 7 p.m. at The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen, 2880 Mountain Rd. Tickets are $35. For details, call 261-ARTS or visit http://www.artsglenallen.com .
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One Voice Chorus will present “Songs of Good Cheer” at 7 p.m. at Grace Baptist Church, 4200 Dover Rd. Over 100 singers from metro Richmond will be led by One Voice Artistic Director Glen McCune and Assistant Conductor Tom Baynham. The choir will perform a mix of traditional carols and spirituals, as well as age-old favorites and sing-alongs. A pre-concert conversation led by Bill Cooper will take place at 6 p.m. The topic, “Harmony in Living Black & White,” focuses on personal opportunities to enhance racial harmony in the Richmond community. Admission is $15 for adults; children ages 12 and under are free. For details, call 231-0324 or visit http://www.onevoicechorus.org .

NOVEMBER 20
In honor of Henrico’s 400th anniversary and the History Center’s new exhibition, “Into Focus: Henrico County through the Camera,” Henrico County Day will take place from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Valentine Richmond History Center, 1015 E. Clay St. The exhibition documents the county’s five districts of Brookland, Fairfield, Three Chopt, Tuckahoe and Varina and includes photographs from historic sites such as the J.E.B. Stuart Monument at Yellow Tavern, as well as everyday life in Henrico, including the county’s malls, bridges, private homes, retail centers, schools and transportation centers. Admission is free and light refreshments will be provided. The exhibition will remain on view through March 2012. For details, call 649-0711 or visit http://www.richmondhistorycenter.com .
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Carlisle Avenue Baptist, Montrose Presbyterian, Calvary Methodist and Christian Fellowship Development Ministries will join Oakwood Memorial Baptist Church, 3100 Gay Ave., for a Community Thanksgiving Celebration at 5 p.m. A combined choir will sing and Amy Beth Hougland will preach. Light refreshments and fellowship will follow the service. For details, call 222-2540 or visit http://www.oakwoodmemorialbaptistchurch.org .
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Short Pump Rotary volunteers help with rebuild, repair


On June 13, the Short Pump Rotary Club partnered with Schnabel Engineering for a day of volunteer work with Rebuilding Together Richmond. Team members (among them [from left] Chris Rufe, Melissa Abraham, Rick Naschold, and Micky Ogburn) completed a variety of repairs and home improvements ranging from painting and landscaping to cabinet installation and fence building.

“It was a privilege to be involved in this project," said club president Melissa Abraham. "The homeowner kept thanking the volunteers, but I think all of us would agree we are the ones who actually benefited. It was an opportunity to help a community member, fellowship with great people and improve our handyman skills." > Read more.

‘Proof of Heaven’ coming to Glen Allen


Dr. Even Alexander, a New York Times best-selling author who has been featured on Oprah and Dr. Oz, was in town last week to promote his June 27 talk, "Proof of Heaven," at Glen Allen High School.

Alexander (pictured, at right, while Unity of Bon Air church member Harry Simmons interviews him) has written about what he considers to be his journey through the afterlife.

Tickets to this month's event are $25 and will support the new Bon Secours Hospice House being built later this year. > Read more.
Entertainment

A triumphant return

Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ is a magnificent, emotional ride

Explaining the nuts and bolts of Pixar’s new, exciting, innovative Inside Out – really digging into the film’s shape-and-color explanation of the human mind – would take up the entirety of this review. And probably three or four more (if movies had instruction manuals, Inside Out’s would be the size and general poundage of a cinder block).

It’s a complicated movie. So here’s the gist, in as simply-put terms can be. > Read more.






 

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