IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN! Click here to pay your 2019/20 $40 dues. You can also pay before the meeting by cash/check. Only paid members will receive a name tag. Thank you!
The MDWC social gathering offers an excellent selection of wines and delectable appetizers and desserts. Come ready to satisfy your tastebuds, as well as be inspired by our wonderful speaker.🍷
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Please join us Wednesday,
March 18th at 7:30pm
3149 Grove Avenue

AnnMarie is the founder and owner of Boho Studios which a boutique fitness studio. One of Boho’s three Richmond locations is in the Museum District at 714 N Sheppard Street.

AnnMarie attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies. In 2018, she became a certified personal trainer and Precision Nutrition health coach, Level 1.

We are looking forward to hearing more about Boho Studios!

Visit their website for more info!

💘 February Meeting 💘
We thoroughly enjoyed our guest speaker, Beth Orcutt, Owner of Sugar & Twine, at last month’s meeting. Be sure to visit her shop in Carytown, located at 2928 West Cary Street, for a delicious pastry or sandwich built on their house-made focaccia bread. S&T also serves local espresso from Roastology Coffee Roasters and coffee that is locally roasted by Blanchards, Roastology and Trager Brothers Coffee.
February Wine List

2016 Horse Heaven Hills
Cabernet Sauvignon 

2017 Sterling
Vintners collection

2016 Fente dei Berghi

2017 Laurent Miquel
Sauvignon Blanc

2018 Pine Ridge
Chenin Blanc& Viognier White Blend 

2018 Moulin&Gassac

2018 Sparkling Rose Wine Brut

LaMarca Prosecco 
We’d like to extend a huge thank you to Regina Toomey, for always being the hostess with the mostest!💕 💕 💕
We are seeking new faces to fill the following board positions for 2020/21:

Hospitality - food (2)

Board meetings are held at the president of the MDWC’s home and are the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30pm.
This is a fun way to plan activities with fellow members in a small group setting. Oh, and wine and snacks are always served🍷
🍽 Saturday, April 25th 🍽
Tickets for this event are SOLD OUT, but there’s one more way to be a part of this fun evening!
  • We need one additional salad host and one additional dinner host. The recommended minimum is 8 people, including yourself and your guest, but the more the better! If you host and cook a course, you receive TWO FREE TICKETS!
  • To volunteer to cook and/or host, or to be placed on the waiting list, please contact Paige
Visit our website continued updates!
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April 15th
3415 Wythe Avenue

April 25th 
Progressive Dinner
SOLD OUT! Visit our website for updates on how you can still be a part of this fun event!

May 13th
Spring Social 
3208 Monument Avenue

ARE YOU A MEMBER? Join or renew your Museum District Association dues online at
ALBERT HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL: Wednesday, March 11and Thursday, March 12, 6:30–7:30 p.m. The Albert H. Hill Middle School Theatre presents "Bedtime Stories (As Told by Our Dad) (Who Messed Them Up)" by Ed Monk in the Albert H. Hill Auditorium. Performances, which are open to the public, are free with a suggested $5 donation at the door. 

Thursday, March 19, 8:30–9:30 a.m., Coffee at Cristo Rey Richmond High School, 304 N Sheppard Street. Learn more about Cristo Rey Richmond, how it came to be, and the history of the Cristo Rey network beyond Richmond. Please RSVP to Dani Brown or call 804-447-4704. An additional "Coffee at Cristo Rey" event will be held Friday, March 27, 8:30–9:30 a.m.

Friday, March 20, 4–6:00 p.m., Pizza and Fun Playground Chat with John B. Cary Elementary and William Fox Elementary School families. Details to come!
Cadence Theatre Company performs at Theatre Gym at Virginia Rep Center, located at 114 West Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia 23220.

To purchase tickets for an individual performance, please visit Virginia Repertory Theatre’s website or call the Virginia Rep box office at (804) 282-2620.

💫⭐️ Featured Board Member ⭐️💫
 Bosha Nelson, Hospitality - Wine
Where have you lived besides Richmond?
I was born in France but raised in the USA. I came into this world with wanderlust.
Places I have lived besides Richmond are:
(Lyon) France, (Copenhagen) Denmark, and (London) England. In the USA, I have lived in New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey before finally settling in Virginia. 

How did you come to call the Museum District home?
Serendipitously! A dear friend told us a house was going on the market and we bought it within 48 hours. We have pinched ourselves with joy ever since. 

Tell us a little about your career path.
I am an Artist. I see everything in design. It’s a wonderful and crazy affliction!  I created a fashion jewelry business in London, then had 2 beautiful daughters, (my favorite jewels). I worked from home in Motherhood & Interior Design. I have taught Art and dancing. I am a gardener and all that grows from my garden. My career path has always been circular. It makes my world go round!
What is your favorite part of the Museum District?
”Porch life” and living right behind our beautiful VMFA!

What is your favorite thing to do in Richmond?
Enjoying all the cultural activities Richmond has to offer to the senses. 

Tell us about your hobbies and interests.
Anything that expands my world, creatively, intellectually and spiritually. I will always be a seeker that blissfully opens her Museum District door each night and knows she is HOME. 
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