Do you have a recent photo of Richmond to show off? If so, your photo could be highlighted on the cover of our 2018 Town Report which will be printed in the Spring of 2019. Please send photos for consideration to Mark Pruhenski/Town Administrator, at:
no later than March 1
The selected photo will be printed on our Town Report cover with a photo credit, and will also be used on our website and in our marketing materials this coming year.
By submitting your photograph, you grant permission for the Town to use the picture on its website, social media, or other publications, marketing materials, or visual displays. Photographs should not include a watermark.
Third Annual Richmond Consolidated School Winter Carnival
**The first 20 students can choose a prize!**
January 25th from 5:30 - 7:30 PM at the RCS Gym and Cafeteria. There will be rock-climbing, uni-cycling, tumbling, ping-pong, dodgeball, crafts and many other family-friendly activities.
Cost is $5.00 per person or a maximum of $20.00 per family, which includes all activities. Dinner will be available for purchase in the cafeteria and there is a bake sale for dessert!
All proceeds will go to sending the 7th and 8th graders to Philadelphia. Come dressed comfortably so you can join in all of the events.
Richmond Free Public Library presents
"Great-Granny McWilliams' Spring Tonic" Workshop
Saturday, March 2, 2019 at 11:00 AM
Got Spring Fever? Then, join us at the library on Saturday, March 2nd and learn about simple spring tonics form Mother Earth's pantry, featuring the wild edibles of spring. Sample a variety of tonic recipes and concoct a "Great-Granny McWilliams' Spring Tonic". Learn how New England colonists looked forward to foraging for wild greens that appeared under the melting snow.
Mother and daughter duo, Velya Jancz-Urband and Ehris Urban, are the founders of the Grounded Goodwife (groundedgoodwife.com) and they teach a variety of historical/herbal workshops.
Call the library at 698-3834 for more information and to reserve your spot - your body will thank you!
Film Discussion Group at the Library
Film Club meets the second Thursday at every month for discussion. Watch the featured movie of the month on your own and any other suggested movies with the same subject or theme. Richmond Library will have some copies available through inter-library loan. Most can be found on Netflix or Prime Video. Themes in the future will include Mother/daughter relationships, Redemption, Foreign animated films, Classical music and opera in movies.
For the February 14
Subject: Mother/Daughter Relationships - Featured Movie: Lady Bird (2017)
Other movies to watch:
I, Tonya (2017), Mommie, Dearest (1981), Mildred Pierce