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Main Photo: Monumental Church. Taken from the archives of Historic Richmond Foundation

Winter Lecture Series 2014

The 2014 series will be held at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 6000 Grove Avenue. Each lecture begins at 6 p.m. Enjoy wine, cheese, and conversation with our speakers from 7 to 8 p.m. immediately following the presentation.

Thursday, March 27, 6 - 8 pm

Andrew Moore Principal & Director of Urban Architecture, Glavé & Holmes Architecture
John Moeser Senior Fellow at University of Richmond, Bonner Center for Civic Engagement

Our speakers will take a look at how the interstate system destroyed traditionally black neighborhoods, contributed to sprawl, and fragmented metropolitan Richmond. They will also focus on the urban design aspect of the interstate system and the impact it had on our downtown streetscapes and neighborhoods. We will explore ways to improve our transportation planning and opportunities to repair our urban fabric.

Enjoy 50% Off Admission!
Tickets $30 pp are now $15 pp through 3/27/14!

Student Tickets: $5.00 pp

March 27 Lecture - Beyond the Building

Location and Parking: St. Stephen's Episcopal Church (Parish Hall), 6000 Grove Avenue. Parking available in the parking lot behind the Fellowship Hall at the corner of Somerset and Grove.

For more information please contact Ceil Baxter at 804.643.7407 or