Richmond Main Street Initiative
1015 Nevin Avenue, Suite 105, Richmond, California 94801


Art In Windows Reception
4/7/2016 11:00:00 PM UTC - 4/8/2016 1:00:00 AM UTC (UTC)
402 Harbour Way, Richmond, California, 94801
Richmond Main Street Initiative and Richmond Arts & Culture Commission Present:
Art In Windows Spring 2016
Featuring works of photography by Josue Hernandez, Saida Hogan Nassirruddin, with Marni Temple, Carnell Rogers & Robert Ellison from Elders Learning Community.
Opening Reception, Art Walk & Mixer
Thursday, April 7  |  4pm-6pm
402 Harbour Way, Richmond, CA 94801
Meet the artists, take a stroll around Downtown to view this exhibition and the public art in the neighborhood, and enjoy delicious light refreshments and no host wine bar. Reception begins at 4pm. Art walk departs from the Richmond Main Street Office (entrance at 402 Harbour Way) at 4:45pm and returns at 5:30pm (times are approximate) for more mingling and refreshments.
For more information
Call (510) 236-4049
Download the flyer (front, back)

AIW is made possible through a partnership between Richmond Main Street Initiative and the Richmond Arts & Culture Commission, with support from Abdo Nasser and St. Raphaels The Archangel's Chapel.

East Bay Contra Costa STEM Games! Call for Participants, Volunteers & Sponsors   What: East Bay Contra Costa STEM Games When: Saturday, March 4, 2017 Time: 8am – 5pm Where: Richmond Memorial Convention Center, 450 Civic Center Plaza, Richmond   Details EBCC STEM Games consist of 28 competitive team events which require knowledge of science and math topics and technological and engineering skills. The competition captures the commitment, enthusiasm, and interest for STEM.      18 events for Middle & High School participants      10 events for Elementary participants List of individual events available here.   Entry fee per school/group is $100. Maximum of 15 members per team. Teams may sign up for individual events during registration.   Who Team Participants: ALL East Bay/Contra Costa schools, community groups, and organizations may sign up for the competition. Supervisors: STEM professionals, teachers, parents, organization leaders, and adult mentors.   Important Dates Information Night: December 7, 2016, 6pm @ Richmond Memorial Auditorium Orientation: January 11, 2017, 5:30pm-7:30pm @ Richmond Memorial Convention Center   More Information Flyers for Download: Participant, Supervisors, Sponsorship, Events List   For general questions, sponsorship & registration information contact: Kymberlyn Kinchasa Visit
Main Street Zumba
Don't miss out on this fun, high-energy exercise!  When: December 1st & 8th Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm Location: BBK Health & Wellness Center,  310 9th Street, Richmond                  (9th Street @ Macdonald Avenue) Certified Instructor: Antoinette Holland   Cost: $8 per class   What to wear:  Comfy, loose fitting clothing; shoes optional  What to bring:  Water bottle, towel (both optional)  Open to:  Adults of all ages & capabilities  New Participants: Please arrive 10 minutes prior to class to complete the one-time registration form.   More Information Call (510) 236-4049 Email Visit
Downtown Holiday Festival
Save the date for the annual Downtown Holiday Festival! Featuring Santa Visits | 4pm-7pm   Performances of A Richmond Nutcracker | 5pm & 6:30pm For Children and Adults of all Ages!   Light Refreshments & Special Holiday Treats Free Books & Giveaways (while supplies last)   Caroling & Holiday Street Lighting | 7:30pm   Admission is FREE. All are welcome! Free Admission * All Are Welcome When: Wednesday, December 14 Time: 4pm - 8pm Location: 339 11th Street, Richmond, CA                  East Bay Center for the Performing Arts & historic Winters Building Hosted by Richmond Main Street Initiative and East Bay Center for the Performing Arts. Sponsored by: City of Richmond, Mechanics Bank, Sims Metal Management. Learn more: Call (510) 236-4049 or email Volunteer: Learn more & sign up here. Questions? Call (510) 236-4049 or email