“Planters Day” is designed to interpret life in 1864 Chesterfield County with costumed interpreters, music, food for sale, potter, mid-wife, blacksmith, spinner, weaver, chair caner, candle maker, soap maker and more – Saturday, May 2
The economic impact of sports tourism in Chesterfield County continues to grow. Richmond Sports Backers Executive Director Jon Lugbill presented an update about the impact of sports tourism to the Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors. In the fiscal year that ended in June, the total economic impact was over $25.3 million. The total was up $3.5 million from $21.8 million in the previous year.
Visiting Chesterfield County and looking for great stuff to do? Don’t forget the library! The busy nine-branch Chesterfield County Public Library offers a rich, varied menu of free events for all interests. Relax at a family-friendly festival, hear acclaimed acts at our regular concerts, marvel at a magic show or discuss a hot independent film over an espresso. There’s always something happening at Chesterfield County Public Library. The latest Chesterfield County Public Library “Loud & Clear” is now available for download.