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There is a little granite marker on 6th Street at CenterStage that honors a historic moment in Richmond history and this weekend, you can learn more about that moment with an event sponsored by the Maggie L.
Dominion Riverrock is partnering with Project Yoga Richmond to introduce yogaROCK to the three-day festival scheduled for May 17-19. YogaROCK is a one-hour yoga session on Brown’s Island and will take place at 11 a.m.
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