Richmond Beach Community Association
Welcome to
Richmond Beach
Building Community Together
 

BEACH HAPPENINGS

Yoga Class

RBCA Special Event

Tuesday, July 10 - 7:00 p.m.
Richmond Beach Library Meeting Room
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Night Out Against Crime BBQ

Live music, free barbecue and free kids activities!

Tuesday, August 7 - 6:00 p.m. to dusk
Richmond Beach Community Park
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4-Corners Brewfest

Meet your neighbors, sample craft beers, and enjoy live music.

Saturday, August 11 - 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Innis Arden Clubhouse
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Food Trucks Shoreline

It's a beach party!

Wednesday, August 15 - 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
RB Saltwater Park, Upper Shelter
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Sandcastle Building Contest

Sand sculpture contest with prizes and live music.

Sunday, August 19 - 11:00 a.m.
Richmond Beach Saltwater Park
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Food Trucks Shoreline

It's a beach party!

Wednesday, August 22 - 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
RB Saltwater Park, Upper Shelter
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OPPORTUNITIES

Find Creative Ways to Meet Your Neighbors

RBCA offers small group gatherings to help residents meet others in the community who share common interests.
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Neighbors have participated in yoga classes, a cooking class, a board game activity, a wine tasting, several bike rides and a couple food tours of Richmond Beach restaurants.
What talent or interest do you have that others might share and lend themselves to a fun group activity? Would you be willing to help plan a small gathering of neighbors in order to meet people that share your passion?
For more information, contact RBCA Executive Director Sheri Ashleman at execdirector@richmondbeachwa.org.

2018 Strawberry Festival Slideshow

Courtesy of photographer Bob Pfeiffer, you can view the highlights of the recent Strawberry Festival, including the Superheroes Parade, sponsored by Richmond Beach Community Association.
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Hopelink - FREE* English for Work Classes

We are now accepting registrations for Hopelink's free "English for Work" ESL course, which is designed to give non-native-English speakers the verbal skills they need to find work. Students learn technology skills, receive one-on-one advising, and participate in mock interviews conducted by local employers.
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Every quarter, many of our students are able to find jobs. Employers know about us, and often make us aware of job openings.
The first orientation session is July 10, and classes begin the 17th. Classes will be conducted at the Hopelink center in Shoreline.
*- The course is free to those who cannot pay. For all others, the cost is $25. This works out to 50 cents per hour of instruction - a true bargain.
In a recent survey of our students, 96% said the class was helping them improve their English skills, and 100% said it was helping them prepare to find a job.
Click here for more info on these classes, or to register.