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
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.

Navigating Health Care Resources in West Contra Costa County
You're Invited! LifeLong Medical Care Presents: Navigating Health Care Resources in West Contra Costa County Panel Discussion Presenters Danny Glover, Actor/Philanthropist Dr. Ramona Tascoe Dr. Desmond Carson Date: August 31, 2016 Time: 5pm - 7:30pm Discussion Topics: Available Resources to Community Members Health Care Enrollment Information Urgent Care Resources Location: East Bay Center for the Performing Arts, 339 11th Street, Richmond, CA 94801 Light Refreshments Served. Free & Open to the Public. More Information Contact Lucine Bazile, Download the flyer
Richmond Main Street Farmers' Market
The Richmond Main Street Farmers’ Market brings the best of what California farmers have to offer and so much more to the heart of Downtown Richmond! 2016 Richmond Main Street Farmers' Market May 4 - November 9 Wednesdays, 10am - 2pm Nevin Plaza @ 13th Street and Nevin Avenue   FEATURING Fresh, Seasonal Fruits & Veggies Artisan Vendors Baked Goods & Foodie Treats Kettle Corn Food Booths Live Music 1st & 3rd market of the month …and more! Plus: Market Match for Cal Fresh recipients. Spend $10 and receive another $10 free! More Information Visit Call (510) 236-4049 Like on Facebook Download the Flyer: English, Spanish 
Main Street Zumba
Zumba is coming back to Downtown Richmond. Don't miss out on this fun, low-impact, high-energy exercise! When: Thursdays in September 2016 (8th, 15th, 22nd, & 29th) Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm Where: BBK Health & Wellness Center, 310 9th Street, Richmond (9th Street @ Macdonald Avenue) Cost: Free* (suggested donation $8) Instructor: Willa 'Bontle' Willis What to wear: Comfy, loose fitting clothing; shoes optional What to bring: Water bottle, towel (both optional) Open to: Adults of all ages & capabilities More Information Call (510) 236-4049 Visit Download the flyer: English, Spanish *To celebrate the return of this fantastic class, all sessions during September 2016 are free (suggested donation: $8). Classes are sponsored by: Richmond Main Street Initiative and Kaiser Permanente.
Spirit & Soul Festival
Save the Date for Spirit & Soul Festival 2016: Dancing on Main Street to Benefit Downtown Saturday, September 17  |  1pm - 5pm Macdonald Avenue from Harbour Way - 13th Street, Richmond, CA 94801 Live Music Featuring BeaufunK with Michael Jeffries ~ A Bay Area premiere Funk band Tia Carroll ~ Blues, R&B, Soul PUSH ~ Classic American Rock & Original Roll with Dan Ashley, ABC 7 news anchor Soul Progressions ~ Jazz | Soul | Funk -- Straight out of East Bay Center for the Performing Arts Outdoor Bazaar Food Trucks & Booths * Artisan Vendors * Beverage Booths: Beer, Wine & Main Street Margaritas * Drawing Prizes Youth Zone & Stage * Info Booths VIP Experience Reserved area with seating and shade available. Entry includes: 2 drink tickets, 5 complimentary drawing tickets (can be used to enter to win a variety of prizes), and commemorative event program per tickeholder. Table Reservations & Individual Tickets available. GET TICKETS More Information Visit the event webpage Call (510) 236-4049 Download the flyer: English, Spanish