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1 Science Pub Night Feat. Ian Glomski, PhD
  Dates: September 22, 2017, Friday
Location: Vitae Spirits Distillery
  Come relax and grab a drink at Vitae Spirits Distillery! Ian Glomski, founder of Vitae Spirits and former Professor of Microbiology at UVA, will be talking about the science of distilling.
2 Keeping Religion Free in a Time of Radicalization
  Dates: September 22, 2017, Friday
Location: UVA Rotunda
  ‘Keeping Religion Free in a Time of Radicalization,” a lecture by Katrina Lantos Swett, former Chair, U.S. Commission on International Human Rights, and President of the Lantos Foundation for Human Rights and Justice, to be held on Friday, September 22, at...(more)
3 Valerie Cooper lecture: "Segregated Sundays: Why 11:00 Sunday Is Still the Most Segregated Hour"
  Dates: September 23, 2017, Saturday
Location: Westminster Presbyterian Church Sanctuary
  Author Valerie Cooper returns to Charlottesville to speak on race relations in two lectures at Westminster Presbyterian Church VALERIE COOPER • author of Word, Like Fire: Maria Stewart, the Bible, and the Rights of African Americans • Associate Professor of Religion...(more)
4 Valerie Cooper lecture: “Segregated Sundays: Moving Beyond Divisions Toward Hope"
  Dates: September 23, 2017, Saturday
Location: Westminster Presbyterian Church Sanctuary
  Author Valerie Cooper returns to Charlottesville to speak on race relations in two lectures at Westminster Presbyterian Church VALERIE COOPER • author of Word, Like Fire: Maria Stewart, the Bible, and the Rights of African Americans • Associate Professor of...(more)
5 College Workshop
  Dates: September 23, 2017, Saturday
Location: White Oak Run Baptist Church
  The White Oak Run Baptist Church on State Rte 721 near Rapidan, VA, will be holding a College Workshop for high school students in 10-12th grades and their parents for preparing for College...It's happening Saturday September 23, 2017 starting at 10:00...(more)
6 College Financial Planning Workshop
  Dates: September 26, 2017, Tuesday
Location: Northside Library
  Parents of freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are invited to this 90-minute workshop on financial planning for college with options for all families, whether your student qualifies for financial aid or not. FAFSA information will be covered. Provided by Virginia College Planning...(more)
7 What's in Your Attic?
  Dates: September 26, 2017, Tuesday
Location: Northside Library
  Everyone has too much stuff and no one knows what to do with it. Your kids don’t want it and Craigslist is too much work. Let the staff at Quinn’s Auction Galleries offer tips and tricks to help you with the...(more)
8 "I Challenge This House": 150th Anniversary of African American Suffrage in Virginia
  Dates: September 27, 2017, Wednesday
Location: Jefferson School African American Heritage Center
  “I Challenge This House”: 150th Anniversary of African American Suffrage in Virginia September 27, 2017 6:00 PM African American men voted for the first time in Virginia in October of 1867. Now, 150 years later, we look back upon the history...(more)
9 Artist Talk: Shelley Niro, Visiting Fellow
  Dates: September 28, 2017, Thursday
Location: 153 Campbell Hall (School of Architecture)
  Shelley Niro (Six Nations Reserve, Bay of Quinte Kanien’kehaka Mohawk Nation) is a multimedia artist whose iconic visual narratives incorporate photography, painting, sculpture, poetry, film, and beadwork to disrupt stereotypes of indigenous identities and histories. Her work was recently recognized with...(more)
10 Banned Books Week Reading
  Dates: September 29, 2017, Friday
Location: Tin Whistle Irish Pub
  Celebrate Banned Books week by reading excerpts from famous challenged books, such as F. Scott Fitzgerald’s "The Great Gatsby."
11 Read Local: Sisters in Crime
  Dates: September 30, 2017, Saturday
Location: Gordon Avenue Library
  Sisters in Crime writers Mollie Cox Bryan, Meredith Cole, Jenna Harte, and Rosemary Shomaker will discuss Virginia settings for their mysteries, and the wide variety of local mystery authors. Share your ideas for a mysterious Virginia location, and it may be...(more)
12 “Taking an Outside Perspective – Coping with the Changes Dementia Brings”
  Dates: October 3, 2017, Tuesday
Location: Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Waynesboro Church
  Sharon DeBoever will present an Alzheimer’s caregiving program on October 3, at Grace Lutheran Church, Fellowship Hall on the lower level, 6:30 p.m. (500 S. Wayne Ave., Waynesboro) This is a program that will focus on the changes...(more)
13 Forum for Greene County Board of Supervisors Candidates
  Dates: October 4, 2017, Wednesday
Location: William Monroe High School; Performing Arts Center
  This forum is sponsored by the League of Woman Voters of the Charlottesville Area and will be moderated by Bobbie Williams.
14 Forum for Greene County Commonwealth's Attorney Candidate
  Dates: October 4, 2017, Wednesday
Location: William Monroe High School Performing Arts Center
  This forum is sponsored by the League of Women Voters of the Charlottesville Area and will be moderated by Bobbie Williams.
15 Local Mystery Writer
  Dates: October 4, 2017, Wednesday
Location: Fluvanna County Library
  Crime is one of the most popular fiction genres. Please join Friends of the Fluvanna County Library on Wednesday, October 4th at 7:00 pm as local author and Fluvanna native, Susan Carol Kent, talks about her recently published book Bad Neighbors,...(more)
16 Bible Journaling and Illustration Event for Women
  Dates: October 5, 2017, Thursday
Location: First Baptist Park Street
  Come and explore how illustration can make your Bible come alive! Hands-on demonstrations, show and share table and new, exciting products for sale from locally owned bookstore, The Sycamore Tree. No artistic experience necessary, just come and try it out. ...(more)
17 MISSION MATTERS
  Dates: October 7, 2017, Saturday
Location: First Baptist Church Waynesboro
  A one day event sponsored by BGAV to learn about opportunities to participate in local, national, and international missions. Also, in-depth disaster response training with credentials for future service. Event includes a Ministry Fair featuring multiple local non-profit organizations that currently...(more)
18 Thomas Jefferson’s Education
  Dates: October 7, 2017, Saturday
Location: Alumni Hall at UVA
  Pulitzer prize-winning author and University of Virginia historian, Alan Taylor will present an informative talk covering Thomas Jefferson’s experiences as a college student at the College of William & Mary and how this first-hand knowledge informed his plans to create an...(more)
19 Why Nine Unelected Supreme Court Judges Get All the Power: The Case of Marbury v. Madison
  Dates: October 7, 2017, Saturday
Location: Alumni Hall at UVA
  Americans often bemoan the fact that the nine unelected justices of the Supreme Court of the United States have so much power. The justices overturn laws passed by the people. They decide what our rights mean and whether they will be...(more)
20 Forum for Charlottesville City Council Candidates
  Dates: October 11, 2017, Wednesday
Location: City Council Chambers, Second Floor, City Hall
  This forum is sponsored by the League of Women Voters of the Charlottesville Area and moderated by Marge Cox.
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