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This weekend in Richmond

on January 28, 2011

Community events and activities for the weekend of January 28-30.  Got an event we didn’t know about? Please add it in the comments!

Friday, January 28

Richmond Certified Farmers’ Market
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
24th St. and Barrett Ave., Richmond

Choose from a selection of fresh eggs, produce, crafts and other items at this weekly Farmers’ market.

Twist and Crawl art exhibit
Through March 16
National Institute of Art and Disabilities Art Center
551 23rd St., Richmond

The Florence Ludins-Katz Gallery will host work by artists from throughout the country. Read for more info.

Saturday, January 29

Volunteer for Earth Day: restore habitats
8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Muir Woods, Muir Woods National Monument, Sausalito

Why not give back to Mother Earth with a day of volunteering at Muir Woods. Join a group of volunteers as they dedicate the day to maintain trails and restore habitat life in Muir Woods. Lunch is included. A completed waiver form is required to participate. Cost is free. To RSVP and other questions call (415) 561-3077. Read for more info.

Sunday, January 30

The Mystery Plays
Theater and Performing Arts
2 p.m.
Masquers Playhouse, 105 Park Pl., Richmond
(510) 232-4031

Enjoy a good mystery? Come check out two mystery plays combined into one-act plays. Cost for tickets is $20.

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