*NEW* Invisible Children film screening - Thursday, March 4 at 8pm There will be an Invisible Children film screening tomorrow evening at The University of Richmond. They will be showing, "Roseline," which is a story of an AIDS victim and an installment in their Bracelet Campaign films. Following the film, there will be a Q&A and a presentation of up-to-date information on the always changing conditions of the previously war-torn area and the status of the LRA Disarmament and Northern Uganda Recovery Act (S.1067) bill that is currently sitting in Congress. The screening will take place this Thursday evening at 8pm at the University of Richmond in the Alice Haynes Room (located in the Tyler Hanes Commons). Admission is free.
Hymns for Haiti—A Benefit Concert - Saturday, March 20 at 7pm (doors open at 6pm) Alex Mejias (and some special guests) will be giving a concert to benefit Compassion International and Partners in Health on Saturday, March 20 at West End Presbyterian Church (9008 Quioccasin Road). 100% of proceeds will benefit the cause. Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door. All ages are welcome. Kids 12 and under are free. Tickets will also be sold at WEPC before and after Sunday church services until the show. Advance tickets can also be bought at www.ticketstobuy.com.
The Movies and America: What the Academy Award Nominees for Best Picture Tell Us About Ourselves - Friday, March 12 at 7pm The Richmond Center for Christian Study presents... "The Movies and America: What the Academy Award Nominees for Best Picture Tell Us About Ourselves", with Dr. Drew Trotter of the Consortium of Christian Study Centers. Friday, March 12, 7pm-9pm. Sycamore Presbyterian Church (510 Coalfield Road, Midlothian 23114). Advance registration is $10 ($15 for couples/families), $15 at the door ($20 for couples/families). Refreshments will be provided and childcare will be available. For registration and further info, goto http://richmondstudycenter.org