• Summer is for Playing! Summer is for Playing! Check out the new playground equipment at Middlefork Reservoir.
  • Huey Helicopter Huey Helicopter A new installation in Richmond's Veterans Memorial Park to be dedicated on May 27th.
  • Memorial Day Memorial Day Honoring the sacrafices of our veterans.

     

 

Photo: Dining al fresco at Jack Elstro Plaza.

Food Truck Wednesday

Spring weather has finally arrived, so plan to escape your office at least once a week and enjoy al fresco dining at Jack Elstro Plaza, 47 N. 6th St., Richmond for "Food Truck Wednesday". To sweeten the event further, there will be live music each week during June and July.

Photo: Cardinal on green background. Image by skeeze from Pixabay.

Early Morning Bird Hikes

These free, bird specialist led hikes on Tuesday from 7-9 a.m. at Cope Environmental Center offer an opportunity for bird enthusiasts to share their excitement about birds. You could spot a robin, hear the call of the red-winged blackbird, or go on a "wild-goose" chase for the elusive, marsh-dwelling Sora.

Photo: Levi & Catherarine Coffin State Historic Site.

Underground Railroad

Children across the U.S. study the Underground Railroad, but those who live in Wayne County have the opportunity to visit the "Grand Central Station" to learn about the journey of the brave freedom seekers who passed through the Fountain City home of Levi & Catharine Coffin.

What's Happening in Wayne County?

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Event Calendar: March 15 - 17, 2019Have you taken time to "play" with our new calendar? Did you know you can sort it by categories, tags, venues or organizers? That means you can find events for children, events held at the Richmond Senior Center, or only events that are FREE!

Find the entire calendar of events under "Things To Do!" Here are the events that are tagged featured.

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Did You Know?

Fossiliferous limestone of the Ordovician Period in the Whitewater Gorge is 425 Million years old. It is one of only two places in the United States where this type of limestone is exposed to the surface.