Posts Tagged ‘potluck’

Come to the Wingnut to celebrate birthdays, share vegan food, and hear Home Body, from Massachusetts perform!

This is a Richmond Eats Richmond Potluck too!!

This is a sober event! Bring rootbeer or other delicious non-alcoholic beverages!!

Sept. 18th is Mo Karnage’s birthday, Deejay Anspach’s Birthday, and Haley from Home Body’s birthday is 2 days before.

Mo will bake cake, vegan carrot cake, but you should bring a vegan party dish to share!

In honor of Deejay there will be a vegan chocolate icecream cake!!


Home Body is Eric and Haley, who are two of Mo’s friends from college. They happened to want a show in Richmond on September 18th, and so ta daa! Fun times.

We will pass a hat for the touring band, so bring a few bucks if you can spare them! or for more about HOME BODY!

There will also be 3 solo acts from Florida playing-  SLUGWYRM: “corrupted tradition/flatpicking”.Arts and Sciences: Haunting loops within structured note play, and Jacob Goddamnit  – post metal/noise.
The order will likely be the 3 solo acts, and then Hello Homebody. If the weather is nice there will be a fire in the fire pit!!

For our 3rd Red Beans and Rice Night at the Wingnut we will be showing a queer double feature!!!!

Come out on Monday July 2nd at 7pm to watch Paris is Burning and But I’m a Cheerleader!!!

Paris is Burning is “A chronicle of New York’s drag scene in the 1980s, focusing on balls, voguing and the ambitions and dreams of those who gave the era its warmth and vitality.” The movie is rated R, for language and sexuality.

But I’m a Cheerleader is a movie about “Megan is an all-American girl. She’s a cheerleader, she has a boyfriend, etc. But she doesn’t like kissing her boyfriend very much. And she’s pretty touchy with her cheerleader friends. And she only has pictures of girls up in her locker. Her parents and friends conclude that she *must* be gay and send her off to “sexual redirection” school, full of admittedly homosexual misfits, where she can learn to how to be straight. Will Megan be turned around to successful heterosexuality, or will she succumb to her love for the beautiful Graham?” but

We will provide red beans and rice to share, please bring a dish (vegan preferred) to contribute to the meal.

Bring a dish to share, and come hang out and watch queer movies!

2005 Barton Avenue Richmond, VA 23222

804 303 5449

We will be hosting a pre-fast breakfast (confusing right) at the Wingnut on Monday June 18th from 10am-12noon. Please come and share a dish (vegan dishes are awesome, but not required). There will be coffee and delishes!!! Conversation about the 23 hour fast against 23 hours of solitary confinement, the prison industrial complex in general, and the rally and march in Richmond happening on Tuesday June 19th at 5:30pm!

All are welcome to come, whether you plan on actually fasting for 23 hours or not.

More details about Tuesday’s rally and march here:

Hope to see you Monday morning!!! 2005 Barton Avenue or call 804 303 5449 or email for more info!

The Wingnut Anarchist Collective will be hosting the Richmond Eats Richmond weekly potluck on Tuesday July 17th from 7pm til 11pm.

The theme is “Burrito Punx vs. Pizza Punx”

It’s time to have a duel over the age old question of burritos vs. pizza. Choose a side, and come show us what you’ve got!

For you Burrito Punx out there- Please bring some tortillas and a prepared ingredient that goes inside the burritos (ie- rice, beans, meats, false meats, tomatoes, lettuce, salsa, cheese, sourcream, vegan cheese etc.)

For you Pizza Punx- Bring a pizza or whatever it is that you do…

collaborate, experiment, show off!

BYOB – anyone who acts out of line will be composted.

The Wingnut Anarchist Collective is located at 2005 Barton Avenue in Southern Barton Heights on Richmond’s Northside. Call 804 303 5449 or email for more info!

Join Food Not Bombs for a Celebratory May Day Potluck in the Park!

Sunday April 29th at 4pm

In Monroe park, at the corner of Main and Belvidere

Food Not Bombs will be serving a free vegan community meal, like we have done every Sunday at 4pm for the past 18 years. We are inviting the community to come and bring vegan dishes and beverages to share, and turn this day into a potluck event to celebrate worker’s rights.

May Day (May 1st) is International Worker’s Day. There will be many events in Richmond over the weekend leading up to Tuesday May 1st. There will be information on those events available at the potluck.

Possible additional activities in Monroe Park after the potluck TBA!

Rain or shine, the food tastes fine!

For more information, please email, call 804 303 5449, or go online at

Come hang out and have a scary good time at the Wingnut. Bring a vegan dish to share if you can- fall/halloween themed.

Friday October 29th, at 7pm

We will be cooking up a big pot of Witch’s Stew. So if you want to bring a non-alcoholic beverage like apple cider or a dessert item like pumpkin pie that would be freaking awesome!

Also, we will all be listening to Mischief Brew! There will be rauckus dancing and silliness.

We will also be decorating and filling pinatas for the Really Really Free Market and the Southern Barton Heights Halloween Party. If you want to bring candy to help us fill the pinatas with that would be exceptionally helpful.

If you are coming from out of town for the Richmond Zine Fest, or from Richmond, get together the Friday before to meet and hang out with zinesters!

So Friday October 15th from 6pm until bedtime!

This will be a potluck event held at the WIngnut which is a sober all ages space in Richmond.

It would be awesome if some folks wanted to read selections from their zines. Please email us at if you are interested in reading or playing music! (more…)

Wingnut Open House and Cookout

Memoralizing Radical History

Start Time:
Monday, May 31, 2010 at 12:00pm
End Time:
Tuesday, June 1, 2010 at 12:00am
The Wingnut


Celebrate Memorial Day with the WIngnuts!
We will be having an all day hangout party and cookout at the Wingnut!

Can’t afford to go anywhere for memorial day? Not sure why you should celebrate the things the government wants you to memorialize? Try this event for something close to home and more interesting!

Please bring a vegan dish to share with everyone else.