Upcoming Events

 

        RHS Annual Meeting and Winter Program.  Sunday, February 10 at 3:pm.  

        Program:  The Evolution of Richmond's Cultural Landscape.  Slide show presentation by geographer Jane Dorney.



2019 Events Calendar

 

  • Annual Meeting and Winter Program

Sunday, February 10 at 3:00 pm

Ricmond Free Library Community Room

Program: The Evolution of Richmond's Cultural Landscape

 

         Geographer Jane Dorney will give a slide presentation on how Richmond's cultural landscape has evolved through time.  Using historic maps and photos, she will show how the village and rural landscapes developed, and the influence of geology and biology on that evolution..  A brief          Richmond Historical Society business meeting and election of officers will precede the presentation.  Refreshments to follow. All are welcome. 
  • Life in a Jar: The Irene Sendler Project

            Thursday, April 18 at  1:30 pm

             Richmond Free Library Community Room

                      The story of Irene Sendler, a Holocaust hero who rescued 2,500 children from the Warsaw ghetto. Co-sponsored with the Richmond Community Senior Center

  • Old Round Church Public Work Day - May - date and time TBD
  • Old Round Church Pilgrimage

   Sunday, September 1 at 10:00 am

   For more than 80 years an annual pilgrimage worship service has been held in the Old Round Church to celebrate its heritage as Richmond's first community meeting hall.  This event is sponsored by the Richmond Congregational Church.  All are welcome.

  • Potluck Supper and Fall Program

November - program and date TBD

Richmond Congregational Church Fellowship Hall

 Bring a main dish to share for this evening of fun and fellowship.   P

  • Community Carol Sing

Sunday, December 8 at 4:00 and 5:00 pm.

Old Round Church

A community singalong of traditional Christmas carols and other holiday favorites led by Richmond resident and former MMU music director Tom Walters. Please dress warmly. The Old Round Church has no heat.

Note: seating at the Old Round Church is now limited to 228 persons by order of the state fire marshal.