Organizers say the "Diversity and Living Together" seminar will offer people a way to feel comfortable and become knowledgeable about prominent cultures besides their own.
The free event is happening from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday at Patton Hall at 1521 Eugene Hiemann Circle in Richmond.
One of the lessons being learned will be on religion. Members of three groups - Sihks, Hindus and Muslims - will be taking questions at the event.
The public is invited but space is limited. You can sign up by visiting the county's website.
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