In 2017, we can celebrate the African American Legacy with a new Black History Museum and Cultural Center in Richmond and a brand new National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC, our newest addition to the Smithsonian. At the Senior Center of Greater Richmond, we recognize that history has ignored many of the important names and events in African American History and we are pleased to both learn about it and celebrate it. After all, African American History is the part of every American's history.
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Seniors and PrimeTimers at the Senior Center of Greater Richmond are celebrating their birthdays
- NEW!! Mondays: Weights & Balance Workout with Cynthia Thomas Rustin at Battery Park Christian Church. 8am
A new, BEGINNING level computer class is open to 3 members. This class will be available on Friday morning in January from 10 - 12. This class is free and will run 3 to 6 sessions. You must be interesting in learning basic computer skills and plan to use them.
Seniors and PrimeTimers at the Senior Center of Greater Richmond are celebrating their birthdays: