A lot of changes have taken place in Chester over the last 60 years, but friendships and memories never grew old for the classmates of Thomas Dale High School classes of 1953 through 1957.
It was opening day last Saturday for Chesterfield Historical Society of VA’s newest exhibit “Firefighting in Chesterfield County: the Original Thirteen Departments.” Inspired by author David Creasy’s book “Chesterfield Fire Department, The Original Thirteen Departments” and his collection of fire apparatus and gear.
Ginna Lambert, a 2008 Graduate of the Thomas Dale Specialty Center for the Arts, was recently invited by [b]racket Magazine to be featured in an international exhibition at the Gukje Art Museum in South Korea.
Annual Fall Bazaar sponsored by Trinity United Methodist Women. 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Soups, sandwiches, desserts. Eat-in or take-out. Crafts, children’s corner, face-painting and recycle Halloween costumes for sale. Corner of Ironbridge and Greenyard roads.
Visiting author Sam Kean will be the first visiting author in the 15-year-old program whose book will focus on a blend of science, history, mathematics, language and the arts. His book “The Violinist’s Thumb,” is a very readable book, even for those science-phobic among us.
A new school year can be stressful for families, but Chesterfield County Public Library can help. Check out these school-boosting library features that can make homework time easier for everyone: