Saturday April 6, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM EDT
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Painting locations will vary. 
Richmond, VA  



Lesley Bruno 
Greater Richmond Chamber 


logowebsmall  City of Richmond Logo

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1st Capital Bank Logo




Pleasants Hardware Logo



Segway of Richmond Logo





Liberty Trail Logo 

The Richmond Liberty Trail 
Volunteer Registration 
April 6th

Due to overwhelming positive response, registration is now closed. Thanks for your interest and support!

Paint the Sidewalk!  (It’s okay. You’re allowed.)

The new Richmond Liberty Trail will connect 6.2 miles of Richmond history with a simple logo painted on the sidewalk. Volunteers are needed to paint the Trail logo on city sidewalks in downtown Richmond. Each team will be responsible for stenciling three to four blocks.

Help paint the trail! Please register no later than April 4th at 12:00 p.m.

This is a fantastic, EASY opportunity for your group, business or non-profit to tackle some volunteer hours and contribute to one of the coolest projects in RVA this year. All you need to bring is a passion for making downtown Richmond interesting, accessible and friendly for tourists and residents alike.

>> View a map of the trail.

Saturday, April 6, 2013
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
(Some teams may finish well before 12:00 p.m.)
RAIN DATE: April 20

  • You may register up to four guests.
  • Be sure to name your company or organization.
  • Volunteers must be age 18 or over or accompanied by an adult.
  • Please note that photographers and videographers will be chronicling the event.
  • No special skills are required. Supplies will be provided.
  • Those with 30'+ tape measures are encouraged to bring your own.
  • We will be using spray paint, so please dress accordingly.
  • Some portions of the route require ascending and descending hills.

Meetings locations will vary. Teams will be finalized and assigned painting locations closer to the date. You will be notified by email.

The Richmond Liberty Trail is a collaborative initiative of the business, tourism and history communities. The trail complements the Richmond Slave Trail, overlapping in Shockoe Bottom. Learn more.

April 6th is also Civil War & Emancipation Day in Richmond! After you paint, enjoy free admission to all downtown museums as well as other fun activities. Learn more.