How World War I Changed Richmond – Free Community Reception March 11, 2pm

World War I Exhibit - How World War I Changed Richmond DATES:  March 11– June 30, 2017 Richmond Museum of History 400 Nevin Avenue, Richmond, CA 94802 Open: 1–4pm Wednesday through Sunday Fees: Adults is $5 or Seniors/Students $3, Children are FREE! Public Programs: Karen English, April 8, 2pm, Poetry of World War I Susan Anderson, June 3, 2pm, World War I, Resistance and the New Negro in California
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RMA Fundraising Dinner at the Galileo Club on January 29, 2016!

The Galileo Club hosted a dinner to benefit the Richmond Museum Association on January 29 and a good time was had by all the guests! Thank you to everyone who joined us on January 29, 2016 to Celebrate 1905 & the Incorporation of Richmond! Thank you to Richmond resident Lisa Foote for capturing the evening in these lovely images!
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Richmond Museum Association celebrates 60 years of preserving Richmond’s history!

In 1952, a dedicated group of volunteers began a local history room in Richmond’s Carnegie Library building. Two years later, in 1954, the Richmond Museum Association (RMA) was incorporated as a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Sixty years later, we are delighted to continue to carry out our mission to preserve Richmond’s history! To celebrate the occasion, the RMA is giving away commemorative 60th anniversary pins to each and every member of our organization! The pin is a just a small token...
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