11.11.22 – Jazz Happy Hour at the Historic Ellen Glasgow House

You are invited to attend reRVA Jazz Happy Hour

Ellen Glasgow House  |  Friday, November 11th   |  4-8pm

join us for a fun-filled jazz evening at the historic Ellen Glasgow House in heart of downtown Richmond.

the venue

not only one is the Ellen Glasgow House one of Virginia’s oldest Greek Revival mansions, but it is also one of Richmond’s most unique and identifiable pieces of architecture. Originally built in 1841, it has earned its recognition as both a National and Virginia Landmark. The building is currently for sale and has undergone meticulous renovations over the years, including new flooring and painting that were just completed. Wait until you check out the space!

the event

a relaxing Happy Hour with live music, appetizers and beverages.

the music

enjoy an eclectic atmosphere of Jazz, Blues and Funk by modern totem who plays a wide variety of rhythmic and melodic diversity from around the world. Drummer and composer forrest young who is also a Richmond native and has earned three emmy awards for his session work on separate pbs documentaries. The band also features chris vasi on guitar and shawn yesko on bass. They have performed together for over a decade and are ready to entertain you.

click below to take a listen for yourself: 


there is free parking available in the lot adjacent to the building at 5 + 7 W Main Street.

family, friends and guests are welcomed, but please RSVP using the button below for food and beverage preparations.

spectacular development opportunity

already entitled with flexible TOD-1 zoning, the Glasgow House offers a plethora of commercial or residential uses. Previously serving as live/ work property and as mixed-use office, the spacious rooms and oversized proportions provide a great canvas for many types of commercial use including hospitality, institutional or entertainment. There are numerous options to configure the main house as well as the addition, english basement and carriage house for multiple uses or multiple tenants. 

click here to learn more about the history of 1 w main st

Thank you again for all of your support and we look forward to seeing you there!

– Patrick and John

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