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Richmond Public Library was founded by civic-minded leaders in the early 1900s. The establishment of a public library for Richmond residents took several tries. Originally approached by Mr. Andrew Carnegie in 1901, community leaders and advocates founded the Richmond Public Library Association in 1905 and built support for a locally-funded library.

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Take & Make: Zen Gardens
9/25

Fall is the season of letting things go, so let go of your stress and become zen-like with these easy mini zen gardens! Stop into the East End Branch library...

Kuumba African American Quilters Guild
9/25 10am

The Kuumba Afrikan American Quilters Guild meets monthly to share and critique their personal projects, learn new techniques, and collaborate on group quilts.

The Urban Fiction Experience
9/25 11am

Experience urban fiction at its finest with NYT Best-Selling Author Nikki Turner, Richmond Poet Laureate Roscoe Burnems, and other notable urban fiction...

Take & Make: Zen Gardens
9/26

Fall is the season of letting things go, so let go of your stress and become zen-like with these easy mini zen gardens! Stop into the East End Branch library...

Take & Make: Zen Gardens
9/27

Fall is the season of letting things go, so let go of your stress and become zen-like with these easy mini zen gardens! Stop into the East End Branch library...

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