Rose Hill Community Calendar
September - October 2003
Items for the calendar must be received by the 15th of the month prior to publication. Public, school and church events only.
Around Rose Hill and Franconia
- Tuesday, September 23, 7 pm. Rose Hill Civic Association Meeting. John Marshall Library. Subject: Rose Hill Park Section III Plan.
- Every Wednesday and Saturday. BINGO! Franconia Volunteer Fire Dept., Inc. Early Bird, 7 pm. Regular sessions, 8 pm.
John Marshall Library
Events are free unless noted. Reservations are encouraged for library activities; call 703.971.0010.
- Tuesdays, 6:30 pm. Personalized Internet Training. Learn how to use the Web, or increase your skills. Call for an appointment. Adults.
- Thursday, October 2, 7:00 pm. Teddy Bear Time. Stories and activities. Bring your favorite stuffed toy. Age 2-5 with adult.
- Wednesday, October 8, 10:30 am. Fall Colors. Stories and activities. Age 2-5 with adult.
- Friday, October 10, 12:00 pm. Lunch Bunch. Bring a lunch and listen to stories. Age birth-5 with adult.
- Saturday, October 11,2:00 pm. A Magical Journey into Latin American Folktales. Storyteller Marian Licha weaves tapestry of songs, anecdotes, and humorous expressions. All ages.
- Wednesday, October 15,10:30 am. Reach for Your Hat! Stories and activities. Age 2-5 with adult.
- Wednesday, October 15, 7:15 pm. Book Discussion Group. Adults. No registration is required.
- Friday, October 17, 12:00 pm. Lunch Bunch. Bring a lunch and listen to stories. Age birth-5 with adult.
- Saturday, October 18, 2:00 pm. Celebrate Diversity Awareness Month. Promoting and appreciating the diversity of our community through dance and music. All ages. No registration is required.
- Saturday, October 25, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. VolunteerFest! Help your Library by participating in a fun volunteer project. To register, call Volunteer Fairfax at 703.246.3460.
- Wednesday, October 29, 10:30 am. Boo! Halloween Stories Just for You. Wear a costume. Stories and activities. Age 2-5 with adult.
Huntley Meadows Park
- Sunday, September 21, 1-2:30 pm. Welcome to Huntley Meadows. Take an introductory walk with a naturalist and observe the seasonal highlights of the park. Appropriate for families with children five years and up. Reservations required. Canceled in case of rain. FREE
- Monday, September 22, 3:30-5:30 pm. Eco-Savers--The Solution to Pollution (9-12 years). Find out what you can do to be part of the solution to pollution, and how it effects our natural world. Sponsored by the FOHMP. Reservations required. $5
- Saturday, September 27, 1-3 pm. Letterboxing in Natural Places (Adults). Letterboxing is a great way to explore natural areas. Participants will create a stamp, then search out the letterboxes planted within the park. Sponsored by the FOHMP. Reservations required. $5
Huntley Meadows Park and Visitor Center, 3701 Lockheed Blvd. Alexandria, VA 22306, 703/768-2525
Fairfax County Park Authoritys largest park (1,428 acres) includes wetlands, forests, meadows, streams and ponds. It has resident deer, beaver, heron and other animals. Facilities include a visitor center, auditorium, exhibits and an interpretive trail with boardwalk and observation platforms. Programs for groups by reservation. The Visitor Center is open 9am-5pm, Monday, Wednesday-Friday. On June weekends the Visitor Center is open 9am-5pm. On July and August weekends the Visitor Center is open 9am-1pm. The Visitor Center is closed Tuesday. Grounds open dawn to dusk. Events are at the Visitors Center unless noted. Reservations are required for nature activities; call 703.768.2525.
Twain Middle School
- September 24, 7-9 pm. 7th Grade Back to School Night
- September 25. 7-9 pm. 8th Grade Back to School Night
- September 26. School Mascot Winner Announced
Edison High School
- No updates available.
Rose Hill Elementary School
- No updates available.
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