Join us for pre-Turkey fun with neighbors and a glass of wine at our November meeting!
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It's time to renew annual membership dues! If you haven't done so already, please bring a $40 check on November 16th or click here to renew online!
Please join us next week when historian Teresa Roane will be talking about the Relationship Between the Jefferson Davis Family and People of Color.  

Ms. Roane is an accomplished historian and archivist.  She is well known for her contributions towards recognizing the service of people of color to the Confederacy.
November 16th -- 7:30 pm -- 202 N. Sheppard Street
Holiday Charity!
The MDWC has adopted the
Richmond Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children (CASA)
as our holiday charity this year!
Richmond CASA recruits, trains, and supervises competent and dedicated volunteers who advocate for the needs of abused, neglected, and at-risk children in juvenile dependency proceedings. By advocating for children in court cases, CASA volunteers promote safe, permanent homes for all children and seek to educate the community about the needs of abused and neglected children.
The MDWC will donate $250 to the Richmond CASA organization.
We are asking our interested members to donate any of the following:
  • Diapers in All Sizes, Including Preemie
  • Baby Wipes
  • Bottles
  • Baby Formula
  • Sippy Cups
  • Crib Sheets and Blankets (New or Gently Used)
  • Sheets in Twin, Double, and Queen Size (New or Gently Used; If Used, Please Label the Size)
Any level of donation is greatly appreciated!!!
Please bring your donation(s) to the December 21st meeting/holiday pot luck.
Get to Know Your Board!
Every month we're going to be shining the spotlight on a different member of the MDWC Executive Board.  

This month we're chatting with one of the amazing members of our hospitality team...
Julie Aida!
Name:  Julie Aida
What's your favorite thing about living in the Museum District?
There is so much I love about the Museum District/Richmond!!!  In the summer I love going to the river.  During the Fall or the Spring I love going to Maymont Park.  I can never get tired of going to the Byrd Theater, ha ha even if the seats are uncomfortable. Anytime of the year it's fun to go to the VMFA.  I also love walking and biking all over town.  Free Yoga at the Carillon is very cool.  
Upcoming Events

December 21st
Holiday Social!

The One Bed & Breakfast, 1 N. Boulevard

January 18th 
Benefits of a Travel Agent & Regent Seven Seas Cruise

with Covington Travel
2901 Grove Ave.

**SAVE THE DATE: Saturday April 22nd will be the Progressive Dinner**
It's always a favorite event, not to be missed!  

Museum District Association Updates
MDA Annual Meeting: November 17
6:00 PM Refreshments-7:00 PM Meeting
Temple Beth El, 3330 Grove Avenue

Guest Speaker: Wilson Mustian, Publisher
Facts and Legends of Richmond Area Streets

Note: The Annual Meeting is a MDA members-only event. If you are not a member, you may join at the door, or online.

MDA Mother's Day House & Garden Tour
The MDA is still looking for houses for the Mother's Day House and Garden Tour!  For more information click here.

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