April 1, 2020, 10:00 AM - April 12, 2020
The Library and Community Services Department is hosting a Virtual Egg Hunt and Coloring Contest. Due to COVID-19, our annual Egg Hunt and Recreation Information Day event was canceled but we want to keep the spirit alive!
We are encouraging families to download and print off any Easter egg coloring sheet (or draw your own!), color the egg, and place it on a window in the home or in a visible area for all to see. If you want to go for a brief walk in your neighborhood (while keeping to current County social distancing guidelines), you can hunt for eggs on windows and snap a picture! If going outside is not an option, show us your own eggcellent artwork. If you spot one or want to share your own, share it with us on our Facebook page or Instagram by tagging us (@richmondcsd) and using #richmondegghunt and #richmondathome.
We hope to spread positivity and enjoyment with this creative take on an egg hunt. We look forward to seeing all of the beautifully colored eggs soon!
April 9, 2020, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Madeline Whittlesey Community Room
CCMG’s Roxy Wolosenko will expertly guide the audience through a variety of
practices that will help homeowners conserve water in their landscape. Learn
about irrigation methods, plant selection and placement, water gardening and
rainwater harvesting. Methods for creating rain gardens to capture rainwater
onsite, rainwater harvesting, and other water conservation ideas will be discussed. Participants will also receive hands-on practice using irrigation components.