High school graduations to be aired online, on TV
Henrico County Public Schools will provide live streaming online videos and live TV footage of high school graduations next month. It will be the first time such coverage has been available to the public.
A link will be provided to the live streaming online videos on the HCPS website (http://henrico.k12.va.us/). Television-viewers can tune in to HCPS-TV locally to watch graduations as they occur (Comcast channel 99 and Verizon channel 38).
A schedule of graduations can be found on HCPS-TV and by visiting: http://henrico.k12.va.us/Calendars/graduationdates.html .
There will be no re-broadcast of these events in total, nor will any of the footage be for sale or available for copies.
The graduations of Henrico’s comprehensive high schools will take place at VCU's Siegel Center. Only these graduations will be aired live due to technology restraints.
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The free event will begin at 4:30 p.m. and will feature the Richmond Symphony, a laser-light show, patriotic performances, and family activities. > Read more.
The Tuckahoe Family YMCA and ReEstablish Richmond will host the third-annual Refugee Community Resource Fair Saturday, June 18, from 10 a.m. to noon at the YMCA, 9211 Patterson Avenue in Henrico. The event is designed to provide refugees in the region information about jobs, local businesses, housing, health care, education and more.
As part of its strategic plan, the YMCA of Greater Richmond works to identify, address and eliminate economic, geographic and cultural barriers. > Read more.
Muse Paintbar, which combines painting instruction with a wine bar and restaurant, opened June 23 at The Shops at Willow Lawn in Henrico. The location is the company's 17th nationwide.
Guests can learn from local artists while sampling a wide selection of wine, beer and tapas. The facility held a soft-launch last weekend, allowing patrons a sneak peek at the studio’s artistic offerings.
Muse anticipates expansion across the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area this summer. Other locations are spread throughout the Northeast. > Read more.
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