Rose Hill Community Calendar
March - April 2003
Items for the calendar must be received by the 15th of the month prior to publication. Public, school and church events only.Rose Hill and Beyond
- Tuesday, March 25, 7 pm. Rose Hill Civic Association Meeting. John Marshall Library. Speaker: Luther Fennell, principal of Edison High School.
- Every Wednesday and Saturday. BINGO! Franconia Volunteer Fire Dept., Inc. Early Bird, 7 pm. Regular sessions, 8 pm.
Mark Twain Middle School
Rose Hill Elementary School
- Wednesday, April 9, 6-8 pm. Mark Twain Night. Student projects and achievement exhibits. Enjoy music, games, drama, and activities.
John Marshall Library
- April 14to 18. Spring break.
- April 21 to May 16. The school day will be extended a half-hour.
- Friday, May 16. PTA fundraiser. An evening of BINGO with "beautifully-filled Longaberger Baskets" as prizes. Admission is $15 in advance and $20 at the door. There are also door prizes and three basket raffles. Contact person Sue Reynolds (703.971.8929)
Events are free unless noted. Reservations are encouraged for library activities; call 703-971-0010.
Huntley Meadows Park
- Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1-5:30 pm. AARP Tax Counseling. Adults. No registration is required.
- Tuesdays, 6:30 pm. Personalized Internet Training. Learn how to use the Web or increase your skills. Call for an appointment. Age 12 & up.
- Fridays, 12 pm. Lunch Bunch. Bring a lunch and listen to stories. Age birth-5 with adult.
Events are at the Visitor's Center unless noted. Reservations are required for nature activities; register by calling 703-768-2525.
- Sunday, March 23, 5:15-6:30pm. Leave it to Beaver. (6 years and up) Families will look for signs of beavers and, if we are lucky, catch a glimpse of these nocturnal engineers. Sponsored by FOHMP. Reservations required. Cancelled in case of rain. $5 per family
- Tuesday, March 25, 7am-3pm. Birding at Pope's Creek Plantation. (Adults) Popes Creek Plantation, the birthplace of George Washington, has a variety of habitats supporting a diversity of bird life. Bald eagles, loons, ducks, swans and terns are a few of the species that may be seen. Dress for an off-trail hike. Bring binoculars and a bag lunch. Reservations required. Cancelled in case of rain. $15
- Sunday, March 30, 7-10am. Birding for Beginners. Interested in birding? We will get you started! Learn about the birds in the park and some basic identification skills. Program begins with a discussion of field guides and optics. Reservations required. Cancelled in case of rain. FREE
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