Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Pearl Bailey Library (map)

Pearl Bailey Library invites all tweens and teens ages 12-18 (18-year-olds must currently be attending high school) to join us for action-packed Anime screenings and mind-blowing Manga discussions the fourth Saturday every month. During some of our sessions, we will even have special activities such as Japanese culture, crafts, food, games, and origami.

Click here for more info: TICKETS

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Monthly Planner Group @ Pearl Bailey Library

Monthly Planner Group @ Pearl Bailey Library

Pearl Bailey Library (map)

Join other planner enthusiasts at Pearl Bailey Library as we talk about our Happy Planners, bullet journals, Erin Condren, Hobonichi, and more! We can share tips and concerns, or we can bring our supplies and plan for the month ahead. This is your group, so make it what you want it to be! For ages 17 and up.

Registration is required. Register in person, online or by calling 757-247-8677.

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25 Mics Monthly Free Open Mic

25 Mics Monthly Free Open Mic

Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center (map)

You are invited to this monthly free open mic on every 2nd Tuesday! Hosted by the incredible Nina Brewton, 25 Mics is a warm and welcoming space for anyone who loves and supports the arts. Whether you would like to perform or simply want to spectate, 25 Mics is an enjoyable and positive experience! This event is free and open to the public! RSVP is appreciated but not required!

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/25-mics-free-open-mic-registration-48376854474

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Youth Violence Prevention Workshop

Youth Violence Prevention Workshop

HRCAP (map)

Hampton Roads Community Action Program hosts this very informative free workshop, which features industry professionals providing hands-on training in trauma-informed practices.


Professionals will leave this workshop with the skills necessary to help the youth they serve build resiliency to Adverse Childhood Experiences.

Registration is required as space is limited. For more information, contact Casey Jack at casey.jack@hrcapinc.org or call 757-506-4892.

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Coffee & Conversations

Coffee & Conversations

Doris Miller Community Center (map)

The Heb Foundation hosts Coffee & Conversations, a support group for those who have lost a loved one to gun violence every second Saturday, promptly at 11 a.m.-noon at the Doris Miller Community Center.

This support group seeks to support each other in community and unity and to serve as a place to share your heart and free expression as you grieve. These events are free and open to the public. The only request is that participants respect one another.

For more information, call 888-525-5545 or email info@thehebfoundation.org or find TheHEBFoundation on Instagram and Facebook.

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BYOB (Bring Your Own Book) Club @ Pearl Bailey Library

BYOB (Bring Your Own Book) Club @ Pearl Bailey Library

Pearl Bailey Library (map)

Bring your own BOOK to our new book club at the Pearl Bailey branch! Bring a new book you're reading or an old favorite. All genres are welcome. We'll provide the snacks and the atmosphere — you bring the books!

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Monthly Planner Group @ Pearl Bailey Library

Monthly Planner Group @ Pearl Bailey Library

Pearl Bailey Library (map)

Join other planner enthusiasts at Pearl Bailey Library as we talk about our Happy Planners, bullet journals, Erin Condren, Hobonichi, and more! We can share tips and concerns, or we can bring our supplies and plan for the month ahead. This is your group, so make it what you want it to be! For ages 17 and up.

Registration is required. Register in person, online or by calling 757-247-8677.

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Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Pearl Bailey Library (map)

Pearl Bailey Library invites all tweens and teens ages 12-18 (18-year-olds must currently be attending high school) to join us for action-packed Anime screenings and mind-blowing Manga discussions the fourth Saturday every month. During some of our sessions, we will even have special activities such as Japanese culture, crafts, food, games, and origami.

Click here for more info: TICKETS

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TNCC Information Sessions

TNCC Information Sessions

C. Waldo Scott Center for HOPE (map)

The C. Waldo Scott Center for HOPE hosts Thomas Nelson Community College Information Sessions Thursdays from noon-2 p.m. beginning March 7-Aug. 1.

Come meet with Thomas Nelson’s Outreach Coordinator to get your questions answered! Apply on site for Certificate, Associate Degree, or Workforce Programs. For more information, contact Alyson LeMaster at lemastera@tncc.edu or call 757-283-7820 ext. 63532.

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Coffee & Conversations

Coffee & Conversations

Doris Miller Community Center (map)

The Heb Foundation hosts Coffee & Conversations, a support group for those who have lost a loved one to gun violence every second Saturday, promptly at 11 a.m.-noon at the Doris Miller Community Center.

This support group seeks to support each other in community and unity and to serve as a place to share your heart and free expression as you grieve. These events are free and open to the public. The only request is that participants respect one another.

For more information, call 888-525-5545 or email info@thehebfoundation.org or find TheHEBFoundation on Instagram and Facebook.

coffee-cup-1797280_1280.jpg
25 Mics Monthly Free Open Mic

25 Mics Monthly Free Open Mic

Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center (map)

You are invited to this monthly free open mic on every 2nd Tuesday! Hosted by the incredible Nina Brewton, 25 Mics is a warm and welcoming space for anyone who loves and supports the arts. Whether you would like to perform or simply want to spectate, 25 Mics is an enjoyable and positive experience! This event is free and open to the public! RSVP is appreciated but not required!

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/25-mics-free-open-mic-registration-48376854474

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BYOB (Bring Your Own Book) Club @ Pearl Bailey Library

BYOB (Bring Your Own Book) Club @ Pearl Bailey Library

Pearl Bailey Library (map)

Bring your own BOOK to our new book club at the Pearl Bailey branch! Bring a new book you're reading or an old favorite. All genres are welcome. We'll provide the snacks and the atmosphere — you bring the books!

library book shelves.jpg
Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Pearl Bailey Library (map)

Pearl Bailey Library invites all tweens and teens ages 12-18 (18-year-olds must currently be attending high school) to join us for action-packed Anime screenings and mind-blowing Manga discussions the fourth Saturday every month. During some of our sessions, we will even have special activities such as Japanese culture, crafts, food, games, and origami.

Click here for more info: TICKETS

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TNCC Information Sessions

TNCC Information Sessions

C. Waldo Scott Center for HOPE (map)

The C. Waldo Scott Center for HOPE hosts Thomas Nelson Community College Information Sessions Thursdays from noon-2 p.m. beginning March 7-Aug. 1.

Come meet with Thomas Nelson’s Outreach Coordinator to get your questions answered! Apply on site for Certificate, Associate Degree, or Workforce Programs. For more information, contact Alyson LeMaster at lemastera@tncc.edu or call 757-283-7820 ext. 63532.

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Coffee & Conversations

Coffee & Conversations

Doris Miller Community Center (map)

The Heb Foundation hosts Coffee & Conversations, a support group for those who have lost a loved one to gun violence every second Saturday, promptly at 11 a.m.-noon at the Doris Miller Community Center.

This support group seeks to support each other in community and unity and to serve as a place to share your heart and free expression as you grieve. These events are free and open to the public. The only request is that participants respect one another.

For more information, call 888-525-5545 or email info@thehebfoundation.org or find TheHEBFoundation on Instagram and Facebook.

coffee-cup-1797280_1280.jpg
25 Mics Monthly Free Open Mic

25 Mics Monthly Free Open Mic

Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center (map)

You are invited to this monthly free open mic on every 2nd Tuesday! Hosted by the incredible Nina Brewton, 25 Mics is a warm and welcoming space for anyone who loves and supports the arts. Whether you would like to perform or simply want to spectate, 25 Mics is an enjoyable and positive experience! This event is free and open to the public! RSVP is appreciated but not required!

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/25-mics-free-open-mic-registration-48376854474

25 mics.jpg
BYOB (Bring Your Own Book) Club @ Pearl Bailey Library

BYOB (Bring Your Own Book) Club @ Pearl Bailey Library

Pearl Bailey Library (map)

Bring your own BOOK to our new book club at the Pearl Bailey branch! Bring a new book you're reading or an old favorite. All genres are welcome. We'll provide the snacks and the atmosphere — you bring the books!

library book shelves.jpg
Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Pearl Bailey Library (map)

Pearl Bailey Library invites all tweens and teens ages 12-18 (18-year-olds must currently be attending high school) to join us for action-packed Anime screenings and mind-blowing Manga discussions the fourth Saturday every month. During some of our sessions, we will even have special activities such as Japanese culture, crafts, food, games, and origami.

Click here for more info: TICKETS

anime manga club.jpg
25 Mics Monthly Free Open Mic

25 Mics Monthly Free Open Mic

Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center (map)

You are invited to this monthly free open mic on every 2nd Tuesday! Hosted by the incredible Nina Brewton, 25 Mics is a warm and welcoming space for anyone who loves and supports the arts. Whether you would like to perform or simply want to spectate, 25 Mics is an enjoyable and positive experience! This event is free and open to the public! RSVP is appreciated but not required!

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/25-mics-free-open-mic-registration-48376854474

25 mics.jpg
TNCC Information Sessions

TNCC Information Sessions

C. Waldo Scott Center for HOPE (map)

The C. Waldo Scott Center for HOPE hosts Thomas Nelson Community College Information Sessions Thursdays from noon-2 p.m. beginning March 7-Aug. 1.

Come meet with Thomas Nelson’s Outreach Coordinator to get your questions answered! Apply on site for Certificate, Associate Degree, or Workforce Programs. For more information, contact Alyson LeMaster at lemastera@tncc.edu or call 757-283-7820 ext. 63532.

tncc info nights.jpg
Coffee & Conversations

Coffee & Conversations

Doris Miller Community Center (map)

The Heb Foundation hosts Coffee & Conversations, a support group for those who have lost a loved one to gun violence every second Saturday, promptly at 11 a.m.-noon at the Doris Miller Community Center.

This support group seeks to support each other in community and unity and to serve as a place to share your heart and free expression as you grieve. These events are free and open to the public. The only request is that participants respect one another.

For more information, call 888-525-5545 or email info@thehebfoundation.org or find TheHEBFoundation on Instagram and Facebook.

coffee-cup-1797280_1280.jpg
Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Pearl Bailey Library (map)

Pearl Bailey Library invites all tweens and teens ages 12-18 (18-year-olds must currently be attending high school) to join us for action-packed Anime screenings and mind-blowing Manga discussions the fourth Saturday every month. During some of our sessions, we will even have special activities such as Japanese culture, crafts, food, games, and origami.

Click here for more info: TICKETS

anime manga club.jpg
TNCC Information Sessions

TNCC Information Sessions

C. Waldo Scott Center for HOPE (map)

The C. Waldo Scott Center for HOPE hosts Thomas Nelson Community College Information Sessions Thursdays from noon-2 p.m. beginning March 7-Aug. 1.

Come meet with Thomas Nelson’s Outreach Coordinator to get your questions answered! Apply on site for Certificate, Associate Degree, or Workforce Programs. For more information, contact Alyson LeMaster at lemastera@tncc.edu or call 757-283-7820 ext. 63532.

tncc info nights.jpg
25 Mics Monthly Free Open Mic

25 Mics Monthly Free Open Mic

Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center (map)

You are invited to this monthly free open mic on every 2nd Tuesday! Hosted by the incredible Nina Brewton, 25 Mics is a warm and welcoming space for anyone who loves and supports the arts. Whether you would like to perform or simply want to spectate, 25 Mics is an enjoyable and positive experience! This event is free and open to the public! RSVP is appreciated but not required!

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/25-mics-free-open-mic-registration-48376854474

25 mics.jpg
Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Pearl Bailey Library (map)

Pearl Bailey Library invites all tweens and teens ages 12-18 (18-year-olds must currently be attending high school) to join us for action-packed Anime screenings and mind-blowing Manga discussions the fourth Saturday every month. During some of our sessions, we will even have special activities such as Japanese culture, crafts, food, games, and origami.

Click here for more info: TICKETS

anime manga club.jpg
Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Pearl Bailey Library (map)

Pearl Bailey Library invites all tweens and teens ages 12-18 (18-year-olds must currently be attending high school) to join us for action-packed Anime screenings and mind-blowing Manga discussions the fourth Saturday every month. During some of our sessions, we will even have special activities such as Japanese culture, crafts, food, games, and origami.

Click here for more info: TICKETS

anime manga club.jpg
Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Pearl Bailey Library (map)

Pearl Bailey Library invites all tweens and teens ages 12-18 (18-year-olds must currently be attending high school) to join us for action-packed Anime screenings and mind-blowing Manga discussions the fourth Saturday every month. During some of our sessions, we will even have special activities such as Japanese culture, crafts, food, games, and origami.

Click here for more info: TICKETS

anime manga club.jpg
Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Pearl Bailey Library (map)

Pearl Bailey Library invites all tweens and teens ages 12-18 (18-year-olds must currently be attending high school) to join us for action-packed Anime screenings and mind-blowing Manga discussions the fourth Saturday every month. During some of our sessions, we will even have special activities such as Japanese culture, crafts, food, games, and origami.

Click here for more info: TICKETS

anime manga club.jpg
Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Teen & Tween Anime and Manga Club

Pearl Bailey Library (map)

Pearl Bailey Library invites all tweens and teens ages 12-18 (18-year-olds must currently be attending high school) to join us for action-packed Anime screenings and mind-blowing Manga discussions the fourth Saturday every month. During some of our sessions, we will even have special activities such as Japanese culture, crafts, food, games, and origami.

Click here for more info: TICKETS

anime manga club.jpg