- Loudoun County

Activity Guide
Loudoun County Department of Parks, Recreation & Community Services
Summer 2015
Inside
4th of July Events
Summer Swim Lessons
New Summer Camps
Registration
General: May 14
Seniors: May 13
www.loudoun.gov/prcs
registration is
ongoing now
loudoun.gov/camps
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WHAT’S
INSIDE
Keep this issue until September
Events, Classes & Activities
6/1/15 – 8/31/15
General Registration
Begins May 14
Senior Registration
Begins May 13
Plan Ahead!
Fall Registration Begins August 13
Registration & General Information..................3
Phone Directory................................................8
Location Maps..................................................5
Special Events-Countywide............................10
Arts Center Events........................................13
Trips-Countywide & Senior.............................16
Aquatics...........................................................33
Classes at the following locations are arranged by
category and/or age group:
Youth Services Programs.............................28
• YAS After School Program (Grades 6-8)
• Youth Advisory Council
Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve (Leesburg)......36
Bluemont Community Center............................. 36
Carver Center (Purcellville)................................40
Claude Moore Park (Sterling)............................44
• Claude Moore Community Center.................. 46
• Claude Moore Recreation Center..................48
Douglass Community Center (Leesburg)............52
Dulles South Multipurpose Center...................... 54
Franklin Park (Purcellville).................................57
• Franklin Park Performing
& Visual Arts Center.....................................59
Loudoun Valley Community Center
(Purcellville)......................................................59
Lovettsville Community Center..........................61
Lucketts Community Center..............................63
Middleburg Community Center.........................64
Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park...........................65
Philomont Community Center...........................65
Sterling Community Center...............................68
Adaptive Recreation Programs.............................. 29
Camp Programs................................................... 29
Sports Programs–Adult & Youth............................ 30
Registration Form...........................................71
Cover photo: Courtesy of
Adaptive Recreation Programs
Area Agency on Aging/Sr Programs...............20
• Carver Center (Purcellville)............................21
• Dulles South Senior Activity Center................ 21
• Senior Center at Cascades...........................22
• The Senior Center of Leesburg.....................24
Licensed Children’s Programs.....................26
• Childcare (Ages 3-5)
• Preschool (Ages 2½-5)
• PM Kids Club (Ages 5-11)
• After K Program (Ages 5-7)
• Before School (Age 5-Grade 5)
• CASA After School Program (Age 5-Grade 5)
WHERE TO FIND YOUR ACTIVITY GUIDE
Copies of the Summer Activity Guide are available at PRCS centers and parks, as well as Loudoun County libraries and the
County Government Center. The current issue is always available online at www.loudoun.gov/prcs, where you can sign up to receive
announcements about PRCS events, registration, and other news.
GENERAL REGISTRATION
Online and walk-in registration for senior
activities only begins at 9:00 a.m. on 5/13/15
for County residents. Online registration for
all activities begins at 12:01 a.m. on 5/14/15
for County residents. Walk-in registration at
PRCS facilities begins on 5/14/15 for County
residents when the facilities open (during normal business hours for each location). Online
registration begins at 12:01 a.m. on 5/21/15 for
non-residents (including seniors). Walk-in registration at PRCS facilities begins on 5/21/15
for non-residents (including seniors) when the
facilities open; in other words, during normal
business hours for each location.
MAIL-IN REGISTRATION
Send a completed registration form and
payment (check or money order made out to
“County of Loudoun”) to Loudoun County
PRCS, 20145 Ashbrook Place, Suite 170, Ashburn, VA 20147. An activity registration form is
included in this guide. Forms can also be downloaded from www.loudoun.gov/prcs. Mail-in
registrations are processed on a random basis,
beginning at 8:30 a.m. on 5/14/15 for residents
and 5/21/15 for non-residents. Credit card payments will not be accepted by mail. All mail-in
registrations must include payment by check or
money order.
ONLINE REGISTRATION
Webtrac is an online registration system for
enrolling in PRCS activities using a household
identification number and password. A new
household account can be requested online at
www.loudoun.gov/webtrac. A new account
number and password will be sent to your email
address in 2-5 business days. With a household
ID number and password, you can register and
pay for most activities using VISA, Discover, or
MasterCard. If you have forgotten your account
information, you can retrieve your ID and password at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac. If you require additional assistance, please contact your
local PRCS center/park or the administrative
General registration begins May 14, 2015
office before the first day of registration!
REGISTRATION FOR
LICENSED PROGRAMS
Additional forms and on-site registration are
required for licensed programs. Please refer to
the corresponding section in this activity guide
or www.loudoun.gov/prcs for specific registration procedures for licensed preschool, before
& after school programs and licensed summer
camps.
PAYMENTS
Registration fees are due at the time of registration, unless otherwise noted. Online registrations must be paid by credit card. Cash, check,
money order, or credit card payments can be
made in person. Checks or money orders must
be made payable to “County of Loudoun.” Your
social security number or driver’s license number must be included on any check in order to
process the registration. Payments by check or
money order can also be mailed to the PRCS
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administrative office. Do not send cash or credit
card information by mail. Do not include supply
fees in total paid. Supply fees are payable to the
instructor at the first class.
TAX INFORMATION
A “global childcare statement” can be printed
using Webtrac. The option is located under “my
account” after logging into Webtrac. A statement can be printed for any calendar year; however, the desired tax year must be selected. Visit
www.loudoun.gov/webtrac.
PROGRAM REFUNDS
& CANCELLATIONS
Our goal is to ensure quality programs. If you
are dissatisfied with the quality of a class/program in which you are currently enrolled, you
may request a refund according to the following
policy:
Refund requests must be submitted in writing and include an explanation of why the participant is disappointed with the quality of the
particular class/program. The written request
should be dated and sent by email, fax, or mail
directly to the facility manager or program manager offering the class/program. Only written
requests will be accepted. The amount of any
refund will be prorated based on the number of
remaining class/program sessions.
If you need to cancel a class/program registration, and you make the request 15 or more
days before the start date, a full refund will be
offered - MINUS a 15% administrative fee (to
a maximum of $15). If you cancel a class/program registration 14 or fewer days before the
start date, a 50% refund will be offered. Cancellation requests must be submitted in writing.
The request should be dated and sent by email,
fax, or mail directly to the facility or program
manager offering the class/program.
The Department reserves the right to cancel
or change a class or activity due to insufficient
enrollment or other reasonable cause. A full refund (including any applicable registration fee)
will be offered.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
For qualifying families, financial support
may be available for reimbursement of the cost
of certain Adaptive Recreation activities sponsored by Loudoun County PRCS. The major
qualification for respite is MR diagnosis. For
more information, call MR Services at 703777-0377.
NON-RESIDENT FEES
An additional 50 percent of fees will be
charged for individuals residing outside of
Loudoun County.
NOTICE TO PARTICIPANTS
Participants must recognize that all classes
and activities of a physical nature involve some
risk and, by registering for a class or activity of
this nature, there is an assumption of risk by the
participant and/or parent. Loudoun County Department of Parks, Recreation and Community
Services is dedicated to providing safe facilities
and equipment for all participants, as well as
qualified staff.
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS
The cost of supplies and materials is included
in the class or activity fee, unless otherwise indicated. If a supply/material fee is listed for an
activity, it must be paid directly to the instructor
on the first day of class.
TRANSPORTATION
When transportation is provided, spaces are
filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
TRIP POLICY
There will be no smoking or alcoholic beverages allowed on any vehicles used for Department trips including motor buses. Due to
outside costs associated with arranging and
booking trips, there will be no refund when a
participant cancels a trip registration.
RENTALS
Rental space is available at most centers and
parks including rooms, pavilions, and gyms for
private parties, meetings, and other activities.
Contact the preferred center or manned park directly for available dates, times and rental rates.
Rental fees are non-refundable. For unmanned
facilities, please call 703-777-0343.
VOLUNTEERS
For information on volunteer opportunities,
including PRCS advisory boards and councils, please contact your local center, park or
program representative, or call 703-777-0343.
Those interested in working with Loudoun residents with disabilities, including Special Olympics and VSA arts, should call 703-771-5013 or
703-771-5010.
PROGRAM ACCESSIBILITY/
ADA
The Loudoun County Department of Parks,
Recreation and Community Services (PRCS)
is committed to complying with the Americans
with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need accommodations in order to participate in PRCS
activities, please contact the program or location manger (or PRCS administrative office)
two weeks prior to the start of the activity.
Phone: 703-777-0343, TTY: 711, Email: [email protected]
loudoun.gov.
CLOSINGS/POSTPONEMENTS
In case of inclement weather, public holidays
or emergencies, the Department will determine
program cancellations or postponements. Consult your parent handbook or call the program
location or the administrative office at 703-7770343 for additional information. For athletic
field conditions, call the Sports cancellation
line at 703-777-0456. For up-to-date announcements regarding County Government closings
and cancellations, sign up for Alert Loudoun at
www.loudoun.gov.
Rent one of our rooms or
pavilions for your next
special event.
www.loudoun.gov/prcs
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LOUDOUN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PARKS,
RECREATION AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
FACILITIES MAP
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For directions to PRCS facilities, visit www.loudoun.gov/prcs.
General registration begins May 14, 2015
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KEY TO FACILITIES
PRCS CENTERs
Middleburg, VA 20118
540-687-6375
Adult Day Center at Leesburg
16501 Meadowview Court
Leesburg, VA 20175
703-771-5334
2 Bluemont Community Center
33846 Snickersville Turnpike
Bluemont, VA 20135
540-554-8643
Philomont Community Center
36592 Jeb Stuart Road
Philomont, VA 20131
540-338-5882
Carver Center
200 Willie Palmer Way
Purcellville, VA 20132
571-258-3400
• Adult Day Center at Carver
571-258-3402
Senior Center at Cascades
21060 Whitfield Place
Sterling, VA 20165
571-258-3280
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• Claude Moore Community Center
(See
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46111 Loudoun Park Lane
Sterling, VA 20164
571-258-3500
• Claude Moore Recreation Center (See 7 )
46105 Loudoun Park Lane
Sterling, VA 20164
571-258-3600
Douglass Community Center
405 E. Market Street
Leesburg, VA 20175
703-771-5913
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Parks & SPORTSPLEXES
Eastern Loudoun Adult Day Center
45140 Riverside Parkway
Ashburn, VA 20147
571-258-3232
Loudoun Valley Community Center
320 W. School Street
Purcellville, VA 20132
540-338-4122
7
Lovettsville Community Center
57 E. Broad Way
Lovettsville, VA 20180
540-822-5284
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Lucketts Community Center
42361 Lucketts Road
Leesburg, VA 20176
703-771-5281
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Middleburg Community Center
300 W. Washington Street
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Ashburn Park
43645 Partlow Road
Ashburn, VA 20147
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Goshen Corner Park
41430 Braddock Road
Aldie, VA 20105
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Gwen Thompson Briar Patch Park
21660 Sterling Boulevard
Sterling, VA 20164
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Hampshire Park
21315 Smith Switch Road
Ashburn, VA 20147
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Keep Loudoun Beautiful Park
43055 Golf Club Road
Leesburg, VA 20176
Bles Park
44830 Riverside Parkway
Ashburn, VA 20147
• Kephart Bridge Landing (See 11 )
43942 Riverpoint Drive
Leesburg, VA
Brambleton Fields Site
22389 Belmont Ridge Road
Ashburn, VA 20148
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Byrne’s Ridge Park
24915 Mineral Springs Circle
Aldie, VA 20105
Chick Ford & Ryan Bickel Fields
21594 Ashburn Village Boulevard
Ashburn, VA 20147
Claude Moore Park
21544 Old Vestals Gap Road
Sterling, VA 20164
571-258-3700
• Claude Moore Community Center
• Claude Moore Recreation Center
• Lanesville Heritage Area
• Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum
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Greg Crittenden Memorial Park
21401 Windmill Drive
Ashburn, VA 20147
Beth Miller Park
20270 Leier Place
Ashburn, VA 20147
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Conklin Park
25701 Donegal Drive
Chantilly, VA 20152
Mills Riverfront Park
44105 Heron Way
Leesburg, VA 20176
• Kephart Bridge Landing
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The Senior Center of Leesburg
102 North Street, N.W.
Leesburg, VA 20175
703-737-8039
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Dulles South Multipurpose Center
24950 Riding Center Drive
South Riding, VA 20152
571-258-3456
• Dulles South Senior Activity Center
571-258-3883
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Franklin Park
17501 Franklin Park Drive
Purcellville, VA 20132
540-338-7603
• Franklin Park Perf. & Visual Arts Center
Sterling Community Center
120 Enterprise Street
Sterling, VA 20164
703-430-9480
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Edgar Tillett Memorial Park
21561 Belmont Ridge Road
Ashburn, VA 20147
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• Round HIll Aquatic Center (See 27 )
17010 Evening Star Drive
Round Hill, VA 20141
540-338-3125
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Countryside Park
20756 Countryside Boulevard
Sterling, VA 20164
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Lovettsville Community Park
12565 Milltown Road
Lovettsville, VA 20180 (event access only)
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Lucketts Community Park
14560 James Monroe Highway
Leesburg, VA 20176
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Lyndora Park
43624 Lucketts Bridge Circle
Ashburn, VA 20148
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Mickie Gordon Memorial Park
23229 Carter’s Farm Lane
Middleburg, VA 20118
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Nell Boone Park
11756 Harper’s Ferry Road
Purcellville, VA 20132 (Neersville)
Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park
42405 Claudia Drive
Leesburg, VA 20176
571-258-3487
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KEY TO FACILITIES
Trailside Park
20375 Claiborne Parkway
Ashburn, VA 20147
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Woodgrove Park
17020 Evening Star Drive
Round Hill, VA 20141
• Round Hill Aquatic Center
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Ashburn, VA 20147
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20280 Cascades Parkway
Sterling, VA 20164
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MARBLEHEA
Cultural & Historic
Facilities
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(Arcola) Slave Quarters (no inside
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25077 Evergreen Mills Road
Sterling, VA 20164
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• Carver Center (See 3 )
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E.E. Lakes General Store (no inside access)
18351 Railroad Street
Bluemont, VA 20135
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• Franklin Park Performing & Visual Arts
Center (See 12 )
36441 Blueridge View Lane
Purcellville, VA 20132
540-338-7973
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• Lanesville Heritage Area (See 7 )
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• Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum (See 7 )
21668 Heritage Farm Lane
Sterling, VA
571-258-3800
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Settle-Dean Cabin (no inside access)
25625 Loudoun County Parkway
Chantilly, VA 20152
Other PRCS Facilities
1 Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve
21085 The Woods Road
Leesburg, VA 20176
703-669-0316
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PRCS Administrative Office
20145 Ashbrook Place, Suite 170
Ashburn, VA 20147
703-777-0343
Trails
Evergreen Mills Equestrian & Hiking Trail
21332 The Woods Road (currently closed)
Leesburg, VA 20176
General registration begins May 14, 2015
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Questions?
Give us a call!
Administrative Office
Main Number....................................703-777-0343
TDD/for deaf or hearing impaired.................TTY711
Programs and Services
Adaptive Recreation..........................703-737-8042
Adult Day Services
Ashburn.................................571-258-3232
Leesburg...............................703-771-5334
Purcellville.............................571-258-3402
After School Programs
CASA.....................................703-737-8042
YAS.......................................703-777-0343
Area Agency on Aging.......................703-777-0257
Children’s Programs and Camps........703-737-8042
Facilities Planning and Development..703-777-0343
Preschool.........................................703-737-8006
Sports, Youth and Adult.....................703-777-0343
Sports Postponement/Cancellation.....703-777-0456
Youth Services..................................703-777-0343
Centers
Bluemont Community Center.............540-554-8643
Carver Center...................................571-258-3400
Claude Moore Community Center.......571-258-3500
Claude Moore Recreation Center........571-258-3600
Douglass Community Center..............703-771-5913
Dulles South Multipurpose Center......571-258-3456
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Dulles South Senior Activity Center.....571-258-3883
Franklin Park Arts Center...................540-338-7973
Loudoun Valley Community Center.....540-338-4122
Lovettsville Community Center...........540-822-5284
Lucketts Community Center...............703-771-5281
Middleburg Community Center...........540-687-6375
Philomont Community Center............540-338-5882
Senior Center at Cascades................571-258-3280
Sterling Community Center................703-430-9480
The Senior Center at Leesburg...........703-737-8039
Park Sites (staffed)
Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve........703-669-0316
Claude Moore Park...........................571-258-3700
Franklin Park....................................540-338-7603
Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park............571-258-3487
Potomack Lakes Sportsplex...............703-444-1459
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Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
General registration begins May 14, 2015
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Special Events – countywide
SPECIAL EVENTS
COUNTYWIDE
This section lists some of our countywide special
events, listed in chronological order. Please call
the number listed for more information.
MAY
TRANSITIONING FROM A SPRING TO A
SUMMER VEGETABLE GARDEN
(Ages 16 & up) Are you ready for that summer
garden? Hear from a Virginia Master Gardener
on the award-winning Garden to Table (G2T)
team. The G2T team is dedicated to helping
county residents establish organic fruit and
vegetable gardens. When spring turns to summer, so do our vegetable gardens. Learn how to
skillfully manage the changes from experienced
Master Gardeners. Know when and how to get
your summer veggies off to a good start as you
harvest your earlier produce. Bring your questions for VA Master Gardener Sam Allaire. Call
540-338-5882 for more information.
Location: Philomont Community Center
411500-01
Free event
Tu
5/26-5/267:00P-8:30P
LOUDOUN YOUTHFEST
The 2015 Loudoun YouthFest, targeting middle
and high school teens, will feature amusements,
interactive games, local bands and nationally-known recording artists We The Kings.
YouthFest is presented by Loudoun County
Parks, Recreation and Community Services and
Loudoun Youth Inc. For more information, visit
www.loudounteens.org.
Location: The Barn at One Loudoun
Tickets$10.00
Sa
5/30-5/303:00P-8:00P
JUNE
ME TIME FOR PARENTS
(Ages 5-11) While Mom and Dad enjoy some
well-deserved time for themselves, kids will
enjoy moonbounce fun, games, a pizza dinner, a
movie with popcorn and lots of other kid fun! Call
571-258-3500.
Location: Claude Moore Community Center
410700-01
$16.00/First child
F
6/5-6/55:00P-9:00P
410700-02
$8.00/Each add’l child
F
6/5-6/55:00P-9:00P
BUILD & BOUNCE
(Ages 10 & Under) Our gym will be filled with
building blocks and moonbounces galore.
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DUPLO® and LEGO® blocks, gears, and other
building toys for different age groups will be
available for participants to test their engineering
skills. Participants can jump in our moonbounces
to get the creative juices flowing. This is not a
drop off event, parents must be present at all
times. Call 703-430-9480 for more information.
Location: Sterling Community Center
403722-01$5.00
F
6/5-6/5
5:30P- 7:30P
403722-02$5.00
Sa
6/6-6/69:30A-11:30A
FAMILY FISHING FIESTA
(All ages) Spend a fun filled morning fishing with
friends and family! Participate in contests and
games for prizes. Check out exciting displays
while you take a break from fishing. Poles
available on a first-come, first-served basis. All
skill levels welcome, staff available to provide
instruction and bait. Children must be accompanied by a registered adult. Call 571-258-3700
for more information.
Location: Claude Moore Park Ponds
361755-01$5.00
Sa
6/6-6/69:00A-11:00A
Location: Lovettsville Town Green
Free event
F
6/12-6/128:00P-10:30P
COMMUNITY YARD SALE (Indoor)
(Ages 18 & up) We hold an indoor yard sale, on
the second Saturday of the month. Registration
includes 10’x10’space, 6-foot table and 1 chair.
Price includes general ad in local classified section. Vendors must register and pay in advance.
Free admission for shoppers. Call 703-4309480 for more information.
Location: Sterling Community Center
403721-01$10.00
Sa
6/13-6/138:00A-12:00P
SENIOR POTLUCK LUNCHEON
(Ages 55 & up) Enjoy time with friends and
neighbors. Great food and good conversation!
Bring a dish to share. Call 703-771-5281 for
more information.
Location: Lucketts Community Center
409501-01
W
6/17-6/1711:00A-1:00P
PARENT’S NIGHT OUT
(Ages 3-7) Enjoy a night out while the children
enjoy themed crafts, activities, outside play and
pizza! Call 571-258-3500 for more information.
Location: Claude Moore Community Center
410720-01
$16.00/First child
F
6/12-6/125:00P-9:00P
410720-02
$8.00/Each add’l child
F
6/12-6/125:00P-9:00P
PARTY IN THE PARK
(All ages) Start your weekend right by joining
your friends at our Party in the Park! Gather on
our large playground, outdoor basketball court
or open area for flag football and kickball! We’re
only six miles from Purcellville! Admission includes popcorn, snow cones and a slice of pizza!
Children must be accompanied by an adult. Call
540-338-5882 for more information.
Location: Philomont Community Center
411502-01$5.00
F
6/19-6/1912:00P-2:00P
PCC YARD SALE & VENDOR FAIR
(Ages 18 & up) Attention, vendors and collectors! Philomont Community Center is hosting a
vendor fair and yard sale where individuals and
small businesses can sell unwanted items. Price
includes 10’x10’ space and a general ad in the
local classified section. All vendors must register
in advance. Free admission for shoppers. Call
540-338-5882 for more information.
411501-01$15.00
Space
Sa
6/13-6/138:00A-2:00P
411501-02$5.00
Table
Sa
6/13-6/138:00A-2:00P
DIVE-IN MOVIE
(All ages) Come join us at the pool for dinner
and a movie! A light dinner will be available for
purchase, or bring your own! After eating, slide
into the pool to watch the movie! This is a FREE
family event; children must be accompanied by
an adult. Gates open at 8:00 p.m.; movie starts
around 8:15 p.m. Call 540-687-6375 for more
information.
Location: Middleburg Community Center Pool
Free event
F
6/19-6/198:00P-10:00P
OUTDOOR MOVIE IN THE TOWN GREEN
(All ages) Movie begins at dusk, with occasional
activities prior to the movie. Bring chairs and
blankets; picnics are encouraged. Outdoor Movie
is co-sponsored by the Town of Lovettsville and
Lovettsville Community Center. Movie titles to
be announced. Call 540-822-5284 for more
information.
JUNE BOOK SWAP
(All ages) Recycle and save money too! Trade
your books for more great reading. Books and
music CD’s, DVD’s and large print books/magazines are all welcome. Call 571-258-3500 for
more information.
Location: Claude Moore Community Center
Free event
Sa
6/20-6/2010:00A-12:00P
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Special Events – countywide
KEEP YOUR GARDENS GROWING STRONG
(Ages 16 & up) Would you like to keep your garden growing strong all summer long? Hear from
a Virginia Master Gardener on the award-winning
Garden to Table (G2T) team. The G2T team is
dedicated to helping county residents establish
organic fruit and vegetable gardens. In this class,
you will become familiar with understanding
pests and problems before they occur. Experienced Master Gardeners will teach you how to
avoid insects and diseases that can cause problems. Find out how and when to water and pick
produce to keep them going strong. Bring lots of
questions for VA Master Gardener Sam Allaire.
Call 540-338-5882 for more information.
Location: Philomont Community Center
Free event
411504-01
M
6/22-6/227:00P-8:30P
Wii & GAME NIGHT
(Ages 6-10) Join us for a night of Wii Sports, Wii
Dance and Games galore! Call 571-258-3500
for more information.
Location: Claude Moore Community Center
$16.00/First child
410704-01
F
6/26-6/265:00P-9:00P
410704-02
$8.00/Each add’l child
F
6/26-6/265:00P-9:00P
GREAT AMERICAN BACKYARD CAMPOUT
(Ages 4 & up) On June 27, thousands of people
across the nation will gather in neighborhoods,
communities and parks to take part in this
annual event that provides a fun-filled evening
for all generations to connect with nature. Join
us to celebrate as we share songs, stories,
games, activities and food before camping out
in the park. Registration fee includes campsite,
Saturday dinner, Sunday breakfast and fun
activities throughout the evening! You must provide your own tent, sleeping bag and personal
camping equipment. Call 540-338-7603 for
more information.
Location: Franklin Park
462419-01$7.00/person
Su,Sa 6/27-6/284:00P-11:00A
JULY
CELEBRATE ROCKS AT CMP
(All ages) Starting in July, stop by the Visitor
Center at Claude Moore Park and take part in a
celebration of earth’s craggy creations! Games
and activities will be available 9-5 daily; don’t
forget to pick up your copy of Reid’s Rocky Field
Guide! Call 571-258-3700 for more information.
Location: Claude Moore Park Visitor Center
Free event
Daily 7/1-8/319:00A-5:00P
703-777-0343
INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
(All ages) A hometown parade kicks off the celebration. Awesome fireworks top off the evening.
Sponsored by the Lovettsville Community Center
Advisory Board. Call 540-822-5284 for more
information.
Location: Lovettsville Community Center
Free event
F
7/3-7/35:30P-9:30P
OL’ TIME 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION
(All ages) Celebrate an old-fashioned 4th of July
with pony and wagon rides, music, crafts, nature
exhibits, historic tours, old-time and family
games, and “Reptiles Alive.” Food available for
purchase. Use Loudoun Park Lane entrance.
Register in advance or pay at door (cash/check
only). Call 571-258-3700 for more information.
Location: Claude Moore Park Historic Area
$5/Ages 5 & up; Free/4 & under
461710-01
Sa
7/4-7/410:30A-3:00P
4TH OF JULY ACTIVITIES & FIREWORKS AT
FRANKLIN PARK
(All ages) Celebrate Independence Day at Franklin Park with music and entertainment, food, fun
and even BIGGER, BETTER fireworks! Festivities
will begin at 2:00 p.m., with fireworks at dusk.
The pool will be open and normal admission fees
apply. For a complete list of events, check out
www.loudoun.gov/franklinpark. Call 540-3387603 for more information.
Location: Franklin Park
Pay at park$10.00/Car
Sa 7/4-7/42:00P-9:30P
4TH OF JULY IN MIDDLEBURG
(All ages) Honor an annual tradition! The Children’s Parade lineup will be at 5:30 p.m. at the
library. The parade starts at 6:00 p.m., followed
by games in the ball field and a fireworks display
at dark. Sponsored by Middleburg Community
Center. Call 540-687-6375 for more information.
Location: Middleburg Community Ctr. Fields
Free event
Sa 7/4-7/45:30P-9:20P
PARTY IN THE PARK
(All ages) See description for June 19. Call 540338-5882 for more information.
Location: Philomont Community Center
411502-02$5.00
F
7/10-7/1012:00P-2:00P
PARENT’S NIGHT OUT
(Ages 3-7) See description for 6/12. Call 571258-3500 for more information.
Location: Claude Moore Community Center
$16.00/First child
410720-03
General registration begins May 14, 2015
F
410720-04
F
7/10-7/105:00P-9:00P
$8.00/Each add’l child
7/10-7/105:00P-9:00P
OUTDOOR MOVIE IN THE TOWN GREEN
(All ages) See description for June 12. Call 540822-5284 for more information.
Location: Lovettsville Town Green
Free event
F
7/10-7/108:30P-10:30P
COMMUNITY YARD SALE
(Ages 18 & up) See description for 6/13. Call
703-430-9480 for more information.
Location: Sterling Community Center
403721-02$10.00
Sa
7/11-7/118:00A-12:00P
SENIOR POTLUCK LUNCHEON
(Ages 55 & up) See description for June 17. Call
703-771-5281 for more information.
Location: Lucketts Community Center
409501-01
W
7/15-7/1511:00A-1:00P
PARENTS ESCAPE NIGHT
(Ages 2-12) Head out for a night on the town
while we take care of the kids. Our gym will be
transformed into a Moonbounce Paradise for all
to enjoy! Guaranteed entertainment with games,
crafts, movies and more. Pizza and drinks will
be served. Kids are divided into separate age
groups (2-5 & 6-12). Call 703-430-9480 for
more information.
Location: Sterling Community Center
403704-02$14.00
F
7/17-7/175:30P-9:00P
DIVE-IN MOVIE
(All ages) See description for June 19. Call 540687-6375 for more information.
Location: Middleburg Community Center Pool
Free event
F
7/17-7/178:00P-10:00P
JULY BOOK SWAP
(All ages) See description for 6/20. Call 571258-3500 for more information.
Location: Claude Moore Community Center
Free event
Sa
7/18-7/1810:00A-12:00P
LOVETTSVILLE CARDBOARD BOAT REGATTA
(All ages) Float, Sink or Swim? Contestants
make boats out of cardboard and tape, then rely
on their inventions to keep them afloat as they
travel across the pool. The fastest boats have
the opportunity to compete in the finals. Other
awards include The Titanic (most spectacular
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sinking), and People’s Choice (prettiest boat).
Sign up your team early; there are only 12 spots!
After the boat races, there will be time for swimming. Admission fees apply. Concessions will
be open. Email [email protected] for regatta
rules. Call 540-822-5284 for more information.
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool
Free/Boat Entry
402704-01
Pay at door $3/Ages 3 & up,
$.50/Ages 2 & under
Su
7/19-7/197:00P-9:00P
CELEBRATE ICE CREAM DAY
(All ages) Join us for an old-fashioned Ice Cream
Social as we celebrate National Ice Cream Day.
Call 703-771-5281 for more information.
Location: Lucketts Community Center
Free event
409702-01
M
7/20-7/2012:00P-2:00P
COMPOST HAPPENS
(Ages 16 & up) Hear from a Virginia Master
Gardener on the award-winning Garden to Table
(G2T) team. The G2T team is dedicated to helping county residents establish organic fruit and
vegetable gardens at home and in community
areas. In this class, you will learn how to make
your own “Black Gold” to enrich soil. Let experienced Master Gardeners show you how easy
and simple it is to recycle nutrients back into
your garden. Learn about vermiculture and compost tea. Make sure you bring lost of questions
for our VA Master Gardener Sam Allaire! Call
540-338-5882 for information or registration.
Location: Philomont Community Center
411505-01Free
M
7/20-7/207:00P-8:30P
New! COOKIE EXCHANGE
(Ages 18 & up) Do you love to bake and exchange recipes? Bring two dozen of your favorite
cookies and copies of the recipe. Hang out with
your neighbors, exchange cookies, recipes and
great stories. Register by July 6. Call 571-2583456 for more information.
Location: Dulles South Multipurpose Center
Free event
405507-01
Tu
7/21-7/215:00P-6:00P
GIRLS NIGHT OUT
(Ages 5-10) Join us for a girl’s night out! Have
fun with your friends and peers while enjoying
Wii Dance, a chick flick with popcorn and treats,
pizza dinner, a moonbounce and even more girl
fun! Call 571-258-3500 for more information.
Location: Claude Moore Community Center
$16.00/First child
410702-01
F
7/24-7/245:00P-9:00P
410702-02
$8.00/Each add’l child
F
7/24-7/245:00P-9:00P
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NATIONAL DANCE DAY
(Ages 15 & up) Come out to LVCC and help us
celebrate National Dance Day! Join professional
Zumba Instructor Amanda Estep and several
guest instructors who will help you get your
groove on! We will Zumba, learn some new steps
and have a blast with fellow Zumba participants.
Everyone is welcome from first-timers to experienced Zumba fans! Call 540-338-4122 for more
information.
Location: Loudoun Valley Community Center
Free Event
401505-01
Sa
7/25-7/2510:00A-12:00P
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT-Lovettsville
(All ages) Take the night off and get to know your
neighbors and local safety personnel. Games,
relays and prizes will be featured from 6 p.m.
-7 p.m. on the outdoor basketball court. Free
swimming from 7:15 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Lots of
surprises throughout the night! Co-sponsored by
the Town of Lovettsville, Loudoun County Sherriff’s office and Lovettsville Community Center.
Call 540-822-5284 for more information.
Location: Lovettsville Community Ctr. & Pool
Free event
Tu 8/4-8/46:00P-9:00P
BUILD & BOUNCE
(Ages 10 & under) See description for 6/5. Call
703-430-9480 for more information.
Location: Sterling Community Center
403722-03$5.00
F
7/31-7/315:30P-7:30P
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT-middleburg
(All Ages) This community event, organized by
the Middleburg Police Department, is co-sponsored by the Middleburg Community Center and
Town of Middleburg to inform the public about
safety awareness issues. Fun for all ages, the
free event includes a hot dog dinner, dunk tank
and other games and educational activities. Call
540-687-6375 for more information.
Location: Middleburg Community Center
Free event
Tu 8/4-8/46:00P-8:00P
AUGUST
BIKE DECORATING PARADE &
ICE CREAM SOCIAL
(Ages 2-12) We all scream for ice cream! Join
us for some good old-fashioned fun and our
first Bike Decorating Parade & Ice Cream Social
event! Each child can decorate their bikes and
scooters with provided materials. After our
parade, we’ll all enjoy some tasty ice cream!
Helmets must be worn at the event. Call 540338-5882 for more information.
Location: Philomont Community Center
411503-01$3.00
Sa
8/1-8/19:30A-11:30A
BUILD & BOUNCE
(Ages 10 & under) See description for 6/5. Call
703-430-9480 for more information.
Location: Sterling Community Center
403722-04$5.00
Sa
8/1-8/19:30A-11:30A
New! BABY BARGAIN BOUTIQUE
(Ages 18 & up) Buy or sell good, usable
children’s clothes, toys and furniture for
babies through age six at our Community Baby
Boutique. Vendor spaces are 8’x 6’and must be
reserved by 7/17. Tables can be rented for an
additional fee. Admission for shoppers is free.
The event may be cancelled for insufficient
vendor participation. Call 540-554-8643 for
more information.
Location: Bluemont Community Center
$20.00
Space rental
406502-01
Sa 8/1-8/19:00A-1:00P
406502-02
$5.00
Table rental
Sa 8/1-8/19:00A-1:00P
ME TIME FOR PARENTS
(Ages 5-11) See description for 6/5. Call 571258-3500 for more information.
Location: Claude Moore Community Center
$16.00/First child
410700-03
F
8/7-8/75:00P-9:00P
410700-04
$8.00/Each add’l child
F
8/7-8/75:00P-9:00P
COMMUNITY YARD SALE
(Ages 18 & up) See description for 6/13. Call
703-430-9480 for more information.
Location: Sterling Community Center
403721-03$10.00
Sa
8/8-8/88:00A-12:00P
FAMILY LUAU
(All ages) The pool will be open late for this fun
filled evening of wacky games, swimming and
music. Concessions will be open. All regularly
sold items will be available for sale. Call 540822-5284 for more information.
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool
Pay at door $3/Ages 3 & up, $.50 2 & under
Sa 8/8-8/87:00P-9:00P
PARTY IN THE PARK
(All ages) See description for June 19. Call 540338-5882 for more information.
Location: Philomont Community Center
411502-03$5.00
F
8/14-8/1412:00P-2:00P
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PARENT’S NIGHT OUT
(Ages 3-7) See description for 6/12. Call 571258-3500 for more information.
Location: Claude Moore Community Center
$16.00/First child
410720-05
F
8/14-8/145:00P-9:00P
410720-06
$8.00/Each add’l child
F
8/14-8/145:00P-9:00P
OUTDOOR MOVIE IN THE TOWN GREEN
(All ages) See description for June 12. Call 540822-5284 for more information.
Location: Lovettsville Town Green
Free event
F
8/14-8/148:30P-10:30P
THE LUCKETTS FAIR
(All ages) Join us for our 43rd year of music,
juried crafts, antiques, authors and a whole lot of
fun! Call 703-771-5281 or visit www.theluckettsfair.com.
Location: Lucketts Community Center
Pay at gate$5.00
Sa,Su 8/15-8/169:00A-5:00P
AUGUST BOOK SWAP
(All ages) See description for 6/20. Call 571258-3500.
Location: Claude Moore Community Center
Free event
Sa
8/15-8/1510:00A-12:00P
CARDBOARD REGATTA
(Ages 6 & up) Can cardboard float? Find out by
making your own boat design and racing against
other brave souls! Space on the MCC field will
be available the day of the race for assembling
your creations. The races start at 5 p.m. in the
community center Pool! For registration and
rules, call 540-687-6375 for more information.
Location: Middleburg Community Center
408708-01$10.00/team
Sa
8/15-8/155:00P-8:00P
FALL GARDENS CAN BE GREAT
(Ages 16 & up) Meet Virginia Master Gardener
Sam Allaire from the award-winning Garden to
Table (G2T) team. The G2T team is dedicated to
helping county residents establish organic fruit
and vegetable gardens at home and in community areas. This class will focus on the cool
season crops that are just around the corner.
Learn how to grow and harvest fresh and healthy
fall vegetables all through autumn. Experienced
Master Gardeners can show you the way to keep
your garden growing for another season. Bring
lots of questions for Sam! Call 540-338-5882
for registration and information.
540-338-7973
Location: Philomont Community Center
411506-01
M
8/17-8/177:00P-8:30P
SENIOR POTLUCK LUNCHEON
(Ages 55 & up) See description for June 17. Call
703-771-5281 for more information.
Location: Lucketts Community Center
409501-01
W
8/19-8/1911:00A-1:00P
DIVE-IN MOVIE
(All ages) See description for June 19. Call 540687-6375 for more information.
Location: Middleburg Community Center Pool
Free event
F
8/21-8/218:00P-10:00P
PARENTS ESCAPE NIGHT
(Ages 2-12) Please see description from 7/17.
Call 703-430-9480 for more information.
Location: Sterling Community Center
403704-03$14.00
F
8/21-8/215:30P-9:00P
ORDINARY TIMES:
LIFE IN COLONIAL LANESVILLE
(All ages) Visit the Lanesville Ordinary and take
part in early American activities. Enjoy making
bread, clothes and toys, woodworking, open-fire
cooking and more! Refreshments will be served.
Call 571-258-3700 for more information.
Location: Claude Moore Park Historic Area
Free event
Sa
8/22-8/2210:00A-2:00P
BOYS NIGHT OUT
(Ages 5-10) Join us for a Boys Night Out! We’ll
go on a flashlight hunt in our playground, jump in
the moonbounce, eat pizza and enjoy even more
boy fun! Bring your flashlight. Call 571-2583500 for more information.
Location: Claude Moore Community Center
$16.00/First child
410703-01
F
8/28-8/285:00P-9:00P
410703-02
$8.00/Each add’l child
F
8/28-8/285:00P-9:00P
SEPTEMBER
LOVETTSVILLE DOG SWIM
(All ages and breeds) Join us as we turn over
our pool to the dogs for our popular annual Dog
Swim. Frisbees and balls are welcome. Only
dogs are permitted in pool. County dog licenses
are mandatory. No registration required. Call
540-822-5284 or e-mail [email protected]
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool
General registration begins May 14, 2015
Pay at door$5.00
Sa
9/12-9/129:00A-11:30A
AUTUMN FAIRE & ARTS & CRAFTS FESTIVAL –
VENDORS NEEDED
We are looking for crafters to sell their handmade items at Claude Moore Park’s Fall Festival.
A 10’ x 10’ booth space rents for $40. Visit
www.loudoun.gov/claudemoorepark for an application. Call 571-258-3700 for more information.
Location: Claude Moore Park Historic Area
Free event
Sa
9/26-9/2610:00A-4:00P
FRANKLIN PARK ARTS
CENTER EVENTS
JUNE
HARP ENSEMBLE: OUT OF SILENCE
(All ages) Evocative compositions for solo harp
and harp and violin composed and performed by
Astrid Walschot-Stapp with additional compositions for flute and harp by Hovhannes and
Andres among others. An unique classical music
concert, with Karen Johnson on flute and William
Stapp on violin. Visit www.franklinparkartscenter.
org or call 540-338-7973.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Tickets
$10/All ages
Su6/7
3:00P
GALLERY COFFEEHOUSE: Impromptu
Evening with Ike
(Ages 16 & up) One of Loudoun County’s favorite
professional thespeians, Ike Stoneberger, will
charm and amuse you with his readings and
poetry. Coffee included, in a real mug! Call 540338-7973.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Pay at door$8/person
Su6/7 6:30P-8:00P
Su8/2 6:30P-8:00P
BOB BROWN PUPPETS: WORLD ON A STRING
(All ages) Our monthly puppet show series suitable for All ages. Travel around the world to visit
puppet friends in Australia, Chine, The Congo,
Egypt, England, France, Holland, Japan, Russia
and more! Call 540-338-7973 to reserve.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Tickets
$5/All ages
W6/10
10:00A
CIRCLE UNBROKEN, THE GULLAH JOURNEY
FROM AFRICA TO AMERICA
(Ages 10& up) Audiences nationwide have been
mesmerized by South Carolina Sea Islands’
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Gullah Kinfolk, with their unique style, memorable performances and uplifting renditions of their
historical repertoire. Borne of slavery, Gullah
spiritual music transcends time and takes the
listener on a journey through history. These two
performances are part of our Gold Star series
sponsored by the Friends of Franklin Park Arts
Center. Visit www.franklinparkartscenter.org or
call 540-338-7973.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Tickets
$35/All seats
Sa
6/13
3:00P & 8:00P
LOUDOUN SYMPHONIC WINDS
(All ages) The Loudoun Symphonic Winds plays
the bestof yesterday’s and today’s concert band
music. In the footsteps of great bands from
Sousa to the Eastman Wind Ensemble, LSW’s
members and Principal Conductor Gil Corella,
give you a spectrum of music including original
works, marches, Broadway songs and old favorites. Call 540-338-7973.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Pay at door $10/All ages
Su6/14
3:00P
GALLERY COFFEEHOUSE: READERS THEATER
(Ages 16 & up) Imagine That! Theater Company
presents Duck Hunter Shoots Angel, Mitch Albom’s first play not based on a book and his first
comedy. It’s the story of two bumbling Alabama
duck-hunting brothers who think they accidentally shot down an angel. Coffee included, in a
real mug! Call 540-338-7973.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Pay at door$8/person
Su6/146:30P-8:00P
LAST HAM STANDING COMEDY IMPROV
(All ages) Don’t miss this hilarious show full of
laughs for the entire family. A group of talented
performers take suggestions from the audience to create wacky scenes and funny improv
games. If you like Whose Line Is It Anyway?
you’ll love Last Ham Standing…the other comedy meat! Visit www.franklinparkartscenter.org or
call 540-338-7973.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Tickets
$12/Adults, $10/Seniors,
$8/Youth
F6/19
8:00P
F7/17
8:00P
F8/14
8:00P
WESTERN LOUDOUN ARTISTS STUDIO TOUR
(All ages) Franklin Park Arts Center is just one
of many stops on the 10th Annual Western
Loudoun Artists Studio Tour, where you can see
artists in their studios, creating and selling their
work. For more information visit www.wlast.org.
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Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Free event
Sa, Su
6/20-6/21
10:00A--5:00P
JULY
MAIN STREET THEATER: ARISTOCATS
(All ages) In Disney’s The Aristocats KIDS, Madame’s jealous butler Edgar cat-naps Duchess
and her Aristokittens and abandons them in the
Parisian countryside. Luckily, Thomas O’Malley
and his rag-tag bunch of alley cats come to their
rescue! Call 540-571-9588 or email [email protected]
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Free event
Th, F
7/2-7/3
7:00P
INDEPENDENCE DAY AT FRANKLIN PARK
(All ages) Enjoy food vendors, games for the kids,
regional musical entertainment and fireworks at
dusk, with live symphonic accompaniment by the
Loudoun Symphonic Winds. Visit www.franklinparkartscenter.org or call 540-338-7973.
Location: Franklin Park outdoor stage
Admission$10/Carload.
Sa7/42:00P-10:00P
TRIBUTE TO NASHVILLE GREATS
(All ages) The Nashville Imposters present a
tribute to Country Music Greats! The first set is
a tribute to Johnny Cash and George Jones, the
second set presents 50 years of classic country
music from 1954-2004. This tribute band
performs full-length versions of hits by Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash,
Conway Twitty, George Jones, Tammy Wynette,
Loretta Lynn, Randy Travis, George Strait &
more in this full two-hour concert culminating
with a salute to America. Second performance
added, as this show sold out last year. Visit www.
franklinparkartscenter.org or call 540-338-7973.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Tickets
$20/All ages
F, Sa
7/10-7/11
8:00P
GALLERY COFFEEHOUSE: READERS THEATER
(Ages 16 & up) Imagine That! Theater Company
presents Red, White & Tuna. Set in the fictional
town of Tuna, Texas, the play is notable in that
two men play the entire cast of over twenty
eccentric characters of both genders and various
ages. Coffee included, in a real mug! Call 540338-7973.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Pay at door$8/person
Su7/126:30P-8:00P
RAINBOW PUPPETS: CREATURES GREAT &
SMALL
(All ages) Grandpa, a fixture in Rainbow shows,
leads audience members on a musical review of
animal songs and stories. During the course of
the program, you’ll meet all sorts of marine life
including singing fish, a Blue Crab and a Fiddler
Crab. There’s also an acrobatic flea and a giant
stegosaurus in this musical. Call 540-338-7973
to reserve.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Tickets
$5/All ages
Th7/16
10:00A
Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr.
(All ages) Loudoun Center Theatre brings you the
youth production of the greatest love story from
the fathoms below. Ever since Disney’s The Little
Mermaid hit the big screen 25 years ago, it has
been a household favorite. Ocean’s of fun with
the junior version of this classic tale.Visit www.
thelct.org or call 540-338-7973.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Tickets
$12/advance, $15/at door
F, Sa
7/24-7/25
2:30P, 7:30P
GALERY COFFEEHOUSE: Poetry, Prose &
Prompts
(Ages 16 & up) Listen to readings of published
and unpublished materials plus an opportunity to
explore some creative writing through prompts
based on artwork in our gallery. Coffee included,
in a real mug! Call 540-338-7973.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Pay at door $8 per person
Su7/266:30P-8:00P
Su8/306:30P-8:00P
MAIN STREET THEATER: SEUSSICAL, JR.
(All ages) Seussical, Jr. is based on the works
of Dr. Seuss. “Oh, the thinks you can think”
when Dr. Seuss’s best-loved characters collide
and cavort in an unforgettable musical caper!
Horton the Elephant, the Cat in the Hat, and all of
your favorite Dr. Seuss characters spring to life
onstage in Seussical, Jr., a fantastical musical
extravaganza. Call 540-571-9588 or email
[email protected]
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Tickets$8.00
W7/29
1:00P
Th, F
7/30-7/31
7:00P
AUGUST
BEATLES & BUBBLEGUM
(All ages) This interactive live music program for
explores the music of the Beatles and some of
the bubblegum artist from the 60s & 70s such
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as The Archies and The Monkees. Try your hand
at Beatles trivia and learn dances from the 60s.
Kids and families will be singing and dancing
together through this great, timeless music.
Ray Leone, the lead singer/guitarist from the
kid-friendly rock band StarFish, presents this
program for the first time in Loudoun County.
Visit www.franklinparkartscenter.org or call 540338-7973.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Tickets
$10 All Seats
Sa8/1
7:00P
TANABATA CELEBRATION
(All ages) Franklin Park Arts Center hosts a celebration of this traditional Japanese festival. Make
Tanzaku and simple origami decorations for the
bamboo tree in our gallery, learn the ancient tale
of Orihime and Hikoboshi and celebrate with
traditional musical entertainment. Then at dusk,
we will release peace lanterns on our pond with
your own wishes written on them. Call 540-3387973.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
$10/Ages 2 & older
463700-01
463700-02
$35/Family of 4 or more
F8/76:00P-8:30P
MUCHO GUSTO CONCERT
(All ages) Folk music concert by Mucho Gusto
featuring Tabby Finch, Wayne Turner, Sam
Morgan and Ralph Gordon. Visit www.franklinparkartscenter.org or call 540-338-7973.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
TicketsTBD
Sa8/8
8:00P
GALERY COFFEEHOUSE: READERS THEATER
(Ages 16 & up) Imagine That! Theater Company presents Over the River and Through the
Woods, a play about a single, Italian-American
guy from New Jersey. He sees both sets of his
grandparents every Sunday for dinner. When he
tells them that he’s been offered a dream job in
Seattle, they begin a series of schemes to keep
Nick around. Coffee included, in a real mug! Call
540-338-7973.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Pay at door$8/person
Su8/9 6:30P-8:00P
BEALE STREET PUPPETS: OUT OF ORBIT
(All ages) Blast off to a Space Age Adventure!
Beam aboard for far-out fun with our musical
Milky Way marionettes. Aliens & Astronauts,
spaceships and planets – just about everything
in the galaxy for our astronomical Rock & Rock
Finale. Beale Street Puppets is located in Baltimore, MD and has been performing since 1988.
Call 540-338-7973 to reserve.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Tickets
$5/Ages 3 & up
W8/12
10:00A
THE IMMORTALS
(All ages) The immortals are a group made up
of the best music students at Loudoun Music
Instruction who practice and perform regularly to
share music with those who might not otherwise
get the chance to experience it.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Tickets$7
Pay at Door
Sa8/15
7:00P
General registration begins May 14, 2015
540-338-7973
PIEDMONT ARTS PRESENTS: BRING IT ON!
(All ages) Piedmont Arts Summer Stage program
presents Bring It On! The Musical. The Foundation is a public charity whose main function is
to support Performing Arts in Loudoun County
Secondary Schools, focusing primarily on theater
arts and Drama Department supplemental
funding. The secondary mission is to support
performing arts throughout Loudoun County as
a whole. Visit www.piearts.org or call 540-3387973 for ticket info.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Th-Sa8/20-8/22
7:30P
Sa8/22
2:30P
THE MUSIC OF SIMON & GARFUNKEL
(All ages) AJ Swearingen and Jonathan Beedle
have been performing this remarkable tribute to
the music of “Simon & Garfunkel” for more than
a decade and their sold out shows prove the effect on their audiences is undeniable. AJ’s warm
baritone and Jonathan’s soaring tenor combine
flawlessly to capture the essence and magic of
“Simon & Garfunkel’s” sound of the early years
in Greenwich Village. With a quiet stage and an
acoustic guitar, A.J. and Jonathan re-create the
memories of the classic hits and obscure songs
of “Simon & Garfunkel.” Visit www.franklinparkartscenter.org or call 540-338-7973.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Tickets
$20/All ages
Sa8/29
8:00P
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TRIPS – countywide & Seniors
TRIPS
COUNTYWIDE
This section lists some of our countywide trips,
listed in chronological order. Please call the
number listed for more information.
JULY
ROCKS STATE PARK, MD
(Ages 8 & up) Sit back and relax while we do the
driving! We will ride in our mini bus up to Rocks
State Park. Pack a lunch and enjoy one of the
pavilions or go on a self-guided hike and enjoy
lunch at the summit. Bring a swimsuit; the park
is home to Kilgore Falls - a gorgeous swimming
hole! Participants MUST be 8 years old, due
to seat belt requirements, and minors must be
accompanied by a guardian at all times. Please
register by June 27. Depart/Return: Dulles South
Multipurpose Center. Call 571-258-3456 for
more information.
405939-01
$35.00
Transportation fee
Sa7/118:30A-5:30P
ANTIETAM BATTLEFIELD TRIP
(All ages) Come with us on a day trip to Antietam
National Battlefield. We will explore the park and
attend a presentation by a Park Ranger. Minors
must be accompanied by an adult. Depart/
Return: Dulles South Multipurpose Center. Call
571-258-3456 for more information.
405904-01$35.00
Sa7/258:30A-5:00P
TRIPS
FOR SENIORS
571-258-3050
Senior Trips registration begins on 5/13 unless
otherwise noted. All trips are for individuals 55+.
Transportation is by 28-passenger bus or motor
coach. First price listed is for current senior
center members (Carver, Cascades, Dulles
South, and Leesburg); second price listed is for
non-members. Departure and return locations
for most trips: Carver Senior Center (Purcellville),
Cascades Senior Center (Sterling) and Leesburg
Wal-Mart (west side of parking lot). Please note,
some departures scheduled from Dulles South.
Return times are estimated and may vary.
Registration is required at any PRCS facility with
access to RecTrac or online through WebTrac
(day trips only). There are no refunds, although a
refund minus an administrative fee (30% for day
trips, 20% for overnight trips) may be issued if
your seat is resold.
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DAY TRIPS - JUNE
SHOUT THE MOD MUSICAL - ALLENBERRY
RESORT INN AND PLAYHOUSE - BOILING
SPRINGS, PA
SHOUT! Is the mod musical magazine that brings
back the beautiful birds and smashing sounds
that made England swing in the 60’s.Shout! features terrific new arrangements of such classic
tunes as To Sir With Love, Downtown, Son of
a Preacher Man and Goldfinger. Price includes
motor coach transportation, bountiful buffet
lunch, tip and show. Minimum walking. Limited
to 52.Optional gratuity for motorcoach driver not
included.
445611-01
$89/member, $93/non-member
W6/3
MY WAY: A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO FRANK
SINATRA-RIVERSIDE DINNER THEATRE FREDERICKSBURG, VA
The cool elegance and jazzy sophistication of ol’
Blue Eyes will have audiences swooning for My
Way: A musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra.
Featuring 56 of Sinatra’s greatest hits, from his
debut years in the 1940s as a big band crooner,
through the 1960s Rat Pack era in Las Vegas,
to the “Chairman of the Board” in the 1990s,
this musical revue pays homage to one of the
greatest entertainers of the 20th century. Enjoy
the excitement of a live stage band backing
multiple singers and dancers for an afternoon of
unforgettable music. Enjoy a three course plated
lunch followed by the show. Price includes lunch,
show and transportation. Minimum walking.
Limited to 28.
445612-01
$77/member, $81/non-member
W6/10
SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS – WASHINGTON, DC
Drop off and pick-ups at American History,
Natural History, Gallery of Art, American Indian
(1 block from U.S. Botanical Gardens), Air and
Space and African Art/Freer/Hirsh horn/Sackler
Museums. Lunch on your own. Price includes
transportation. Extensive walking. Limited to 28.
445613-01
$12/member, $16/non-member
M6/15
SMITHSONIAN NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK –
WASHINGTON, DC
Spend the day visiting your favorite animals or
seeing what is new at the zoo! Bring a bag lunch
or purchase at Zoo. Price includes transportation
with free admission. Extensive walking. Limited
to 27.
445614-01
$12/member, $16/non-member
Tu6/16
A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO
THE FORUM - SHENANDOAH SUMMER MUSIC
THEATRE – WINCHESTER, VA
Winner of several Tony Awards with music and
lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, come enjoy this
musical farce set in Ancient Rome, with a crafty
slave, his young master, a beautiful but slow
witted courtesan and a plot full of twists, turns,
mistaken identities, slamming doors and a showgirl or two. Dinner is on your own at Bob Evans
after the show. Price includes transportation and
admission. Limited to 28.
445615-01
$40/member, $44/non-member
W6/17
ROADS & RAILS: ICONS OF AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION - BALTIMORE CITY, MD
Come along for a history of transportation via rail
and road. Begin your tour at the B & O Railroad
Museum in Baltimore City and then on to the
Irish Railroad Worker’s Museum. These two significant Museums have magnificent collections
and stories about the development of America’s
railroad industry. We’ll depart Baltimore via
the Maryland Historic National Road and view
historic homes, Loudoun Cemetery and the Main
Street of Catonsville. Lunch will be at Baldwins’
Station in Sykesville, an 1883 railroad station
listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
After lunch, we’ll visit Gate House Museum
of History in historic Sykesville. Price includes
motor coach transportation, admissions, guide,
and lunch. Optional driver gratuity not included.
Extensive walking. Limited to 52.
445616-01
$80/member, $84/non-member
F6/19
WASHINGTON NATIONALS vs. PITTSBURGH PIRATES - NATIONALS PARK - WASHINGTON, DC
“Take me out to the ballgame!” Come out and
cheer for your home team Washington Nationals
as they play the Pittsburgh Pirates. Game begins
at 4:05pm. Price includes transportation and
admission. Moderate walking. Limited to 27.
445617-01
$67/member, $71/non-member
Sa6/20
“A CITY OF CAPITOLS”- RICHMOND, VA
Richmond has a storied past that has been
shaped by the James River and its maritime
heritage. Begin the day with a 1 hour boat ride
along Richmond’s Transportation Canal, listen
to the stories and learn about this “River City”
when it was a capitol within a capital, with the
Civil War raging just 10 miles outside its borders.
After lunch at the John Marshall Ballroom, we
will tour the Virginia State Capitol and the White
House of the Confederacy. A boxed meal for the
return ride home will be included. Price includes
motor coach transportation, boat ride, admissions, guide, and lunch and boxed meal. Optional
driver gratuity not included. Extensive walking.
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
General registration begins May 14, 2015
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senior TRIPS
Limited to 52.
445618-01$99/member,
$103/non-member
Tu6/23
MY WAY: A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO FRANK
SINATRA-RIVERSIDE DINNER THEATRE FREDERICKSBURG, VA
See description for 6/10.
445612-02
$77/member, $81/non-member
W6/24
RING OF FIRE: THE MUSIC OF JOHNNY CASH
- INFINITY THEATRE COMPANY - ANNAPOLIS,
MD & LUNCH at BROADNECK GRILL
From the opening cords of vintage Rockabilly to
gentle songs of love and deep faith, Ring of Fire
packs a score that provides a rich fabric in which
to lay down the story of Johnny Cash. Giving the
music the spotlight, this professional New York
City Theatre Group celebrates the songs that are
a part of our collective experience, including A
Boy Named Sue, Folsom Prison Blues and Ring
of Fire. Price includes buffet lunch, show and
motor coach transportation. Minimum walking.
Limited to 52.
445619-01
$77/member, $81/non-member
Th6/25
MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET - WOLFTRAP VIENNA, VA
Inspired by the 1956 impromptu jam session
of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and
Jerry Lee Lewis, this Tony Award- winning musical filled with classic rock ‘n’ roll will have you
dancing in your seat with hits like Blue Suede
Shoes and Great Balls of Fire. Moderate walking.
Limited to 27. Price includes transportation and
Show.
445620-01
$84/member, $88/non-member
SUN06/28
HOLLYWOOD CASINO TRIP –
CHARLES TOWN, WV
Enjoy slots, table games and simulcast horse
racing. Lunch on your own. Price includes transportation and $10 playback cash with player’s
card and driver’s license (subject to change).
Minimum walking. Limited to 28.
445610-01
$12/member, $16/non-member
Tu6/30
JULY
SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS – WASHINGTON, DC
See description for 6/15.
445621-01
$12/member, $16/non-member
M7/6
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DAMN YANKEES - ALLENBERRY RESORT INN &
PLAYHOUSE - BOILING SPRINGS, PA
“Those damn Yankees, why can’t we beat
them?” Six months out of every year, baseball fever sweeps the nation! Come back to the 1950s
and find out what lengths one fan will go to, to
see his Washington Senators take the Pennant.
You’ll love this lively musical comedy. Price
includes motor coach transportation, bountiful
buffet lunch, tip and show. Minimum walking.
Limited to 52.Optional gratuity for moto rcoach
driver not included.
445622-01
$89/member, $93/non-member
W7/8
“CHESPEAKE CRAVINGS, A CULINARY
EXPERIENCE” - ANNAPOLIS, MD
Start your tour at Ram’s Head Tavern. While you
enjoy a Maryland-inspired soup, your guide will
share sweet and spicy tales about the area.
Then you are off for a tour of the Maryland State
House. Enjoy lunch at the Harbor Seafood Grill
where you will learn how to crack, clean, pick
and eat a blue crab, as well as enjoy a Maryland
fried chicken meal. You will have some free
time in Annapolis before heading out to London
Town and Gardens, one of Maryland’s earliest
settlements on the South River. This will include
a Colonial Hearth Cooking demonstration and
ten-layer Smith Island cake for dessert. Price
includes motor coach transportation, admissions,
guide, and lunch. Optional driver gratuity not
included. Extensive walking. Limited to 52.
445623-01$107/member,
$112/non-member
F7/10
THE NASHVILLE IMPOSTERS: A TRIBUTE TO
JOHNNY CASH & GEORGE JONES - FRANKLIN
PARK - PURCELLVILLE,VA
Join us at Loudoun County’s own Franklin Park
for this musical tribute to Johnny Cash and
George Jones. Price includes transportation and
show. Minimum walking. Limited to 28.
445624-01
$32/member, $36/non-member
Sa7/11
SACRED THREADS - HERNDON, VA
Sacred Threads is an exhibition of over 200
quilts exploring themes of spirituality, joy, inspiration, peace, brotherhood, grief and healing. Price
includes transportation and show. Minimum
walking. Limited to 28.
445625-01
$17/member, $21/non-member
M7/13
SMITHSONIAN ART & PORTRAIT GALLERY/
SPY MUSEUM / MUSEUM OF CRIME AND
PUNISHMENT / MADAME TUSSAUDS –
WASHINGTON, DC
Explore American Art Museum and/or National
Portrait Gallery, or visit the Spy Museum, the
Museum of Crime and Punishment or Madame
Tussauds (all nearby – cost about $15-$20
each). Lunch on your own. Price includes transportation. Extensive walking. Limited to 28.
445626-01
$12/member, $16/non-member
M7/20
THE PRODUCERS - OLNEY THEATRE OLNEY, MD
Based on the hit 1968 film of the same name,
this Mel Brooks comedic masterpiece follows
the hilarious adventures of washed up Broadway
producer Max Bialystock and his mousy accountant Leo Bloom, as they scheme to get rich
quick by producing the most notorious flop in the
history of show biz. Lunch on own prior to show
in local restaurant. Price includes motor coach
transportation and show. Optional driver gratuity
not included. Minimum walking. Limited to 52.
445627-01
$84/ member, $88/non-member
Wed7/22
HOLLYWOOD CASINO TRIP –
CHARLES TOWN, WV
See description for 6/30.
445610-02
$12/member, $16/non-member
Thursday7/23
THE MUSIC MAN - SHENANDOAH SUMMER
MUSIC THEATRE - WINCHESTER, VA
In this classic musical and winner of five Tony
Awards, fast-talking traveling salesman Harold
Hill comes to River City Iowa to con the locals
into buying instruments and uniforms for a
boys’ band , but his plan to skip town with the
cash is foiled when he falls for Town Librarian
Marian. (Ya got)Trouble, Seventy Six Trombones,
Goodnight Ladies and Till There Was You are
just a few of the delightful songs from this fun
musical. Dinner is on your own at Bob Evans
after the show. Price includes transportation and
admission. Limited to 28.
445628-01
$40/member, $44/non-member
W7/29
445628-02
$40/member, $44/non-member
Th7/30
AUGUST
SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS – WASHINGTON, DC
See description for 6/15.
445629-01
$12/member, $16/non-member
M8/10
SOUTH PACIFIC - ALLENBERRY RESORT INN &
PLAYHOUSE- BOILING SPRINGS, PA
What is summertime at Allenberry without a
Rodgers and Hammerstein Classic? Come back
to Bali Hai where a spunky nurse from Arkan-
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
General registration begins May 14, 2015
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Area agency on aging
sas falls in love with a dashing French planter.
Spend a few hours with Nellie, LT Cable and
Bloody Mary for songs that include Wash that
Man Right Out of my Hair, Some Enchanted
Evening, Younger than Springtime and There’s
Nothing like a Dame. Price includes motor coach
transportation, bountiful buffet lunch, tip and
show. Minimum walking. Limited to 52.Optional
gratuity for motor coach driver not included.
445630-01
$89/member, $93/non-member
Tu8/18
HOLLYWOOD CASINO TRIP –
CHARLES TOWN, WV
See description for 6/30.
445610-03
$12/member, $16/non-member
WED08/19
INTO THE WOODS - TOBY’S DINNER THEATRE
– COLUMBIA, MD
The Brothers Grimm hit Broadway with an epic
fairytale where worlds collide. The story follows
a baker and his wife who wish to have a child;
Cinderella, who wishes to attend the King’s Festival; and Jack, who wishes his cow would give
milk. When the baker and his wife learn that they
cannot have a child because of a witch’s curse,
the two set off on a journey to break the curse.
Everyone’s wish is granted, but the consequences of their actions return to haunt them later with
disastrous results. Includes transportation, buffet
lunch and show. Show starts at 12:30P. Limited
to 27. Minimum walking.
445631-01
$66/member, $70/non-member
W8/26
SIMON & GARFUNKEL: A TRIBUTE - FRANKLIN
PARK - PURCELLVILLE,VA
Join us at Loudoun County’s own Franklin Park
for this musical tribute to Simon and Garfunkel.
Price includes transportation and show. Minimum walking. Limited to 28.
445632-01
$32/member, $36/non-member
Sa8/29
OVERNIGHT TRIPS
NY FINGER LAKES, CORNING & THE PA GRAND
CANYON ADVENTURE (Landmark Tour)
Come along and experience the beauty, history
and tradition of the NY Finger Lakes and PA
Grand Canyon. Visits to Rowley House Victorian Mansion, The Glenn Curtiss Museum, The
Rockwell Museum of Western Art ,the Corning
Museum of Glass and Finger Lake Wineries
are just a few of the treats included on this
wonderful five-day trip. Flyers with more details
available. Limited to 52. Extensive walking.
Total Cost: Double Occupancy
$1056/member, $1101/non-member
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Single Occupancy
$1452/member, $1497non-member
Tu-Sa7/14-7/18
YELLOWSTONE & GRAND TETON EXPERIENCE
(Mars Tour)
This trip is on the bucket list of travelers all over
the world! The beauty of these parks is truly awe
inspiring and this tour will ensure that you see
the best of both. Fly (airfare included) to Salt
Lake City and begin your adventure from there.
Flyers with more details available. Limited to 52.
Extensive walking.
Total Cost: Double Occupancy
$3432/ member/$3477/non-member
Single Occupancy
$4188/member, $4233/non-member
Su-Su9/6-9/13
AREA AGENCY
ON AGING
20145 Ashbrook Place, Suite 170
Ashburn, VA 20147
703-777-0257
M-F 8:30A 5:00P
The Loudon County Area Agency on Aging
(AAA) is the central point of contact for seniors,
caregivers, and their families. The mission of the
agency is to foster independence and healthy
aging, and improve the quality of life for older
adults and their caregivers through comprehensive programs and services. AAA provides the
following programs and services:
Adult Day Centers
Caregiver Education
Case Management Services
Congregate Lunch Programs
Disease Prevention & Health Promotion
Fan Care/Cooling Assistance
Home Delivered Meals
Information & Assistance
Medicare Counseling
Senior Centers
Volunteer Opportunities
CAREGIVER EDUCATION
PROGRAMS
The caregiver education series offer learning
opportunities for seniors, caregivers, and their
families on aging-related topics. These programs
enhance the ability of the caregiver and family
members to provide informal care for as long as
appropriate. For more information about these
programs, call 703-777-0257 or visit www.
loudoun.gov/aaa.
DISEASE PREVENTION &
HEALTH PROMOTION
The Area Agency on Aging offers evidence-based
disease prevention and health promotion programs and services for older adults, caregivers, and their families. The programs provide
information and education to help older adults
improve or maintain health-related quality of life
through preventing, treating, and reducing the
effects of chronic conditions.
The Chronic Disease Self-Management Program
(CDSMP) is an evidence-based education
program designed by Stanford University that
empowers older adults and caregivers to manage chronic health conditions. This free six-week
program gives participants the motivation and
confidence that is required to manage health
challenges. Researchers have found that CDSMP
participants have fewer hospitalizations and
emergency room visits. Participants have a widerange of chronic conditions such as arthritis,
heart or lung disease, asthma, migraines, HIV,
diabetes, Lyme disease, depression, or other
illnesses that affect daily life. To find a local
workshop, call 703-777-0257 or visit www.
loudoun.gov/aaa.
INFORMATION & ASSISTANCE
The Elder Resources team links older adults
and their caregivers to supportive community
services.
SENIOR CENTERS:
GENERAL INFORMATION
ACTIVITIES & FEES
Three full-service senior centers and one senior
activity center offer a variety of programs and
activities for adults 55 and over. The annual
membership fee covering July-June is $26/
person ($37.50/non-residents). In lieu of
membership, seniors may pay a daily drop-in
fee of $2.00 ($3.00/non-residents). Members
receive lower rates for trips and classes, a
monthly newsletter and membership privileges
at all senior centers. There is a cost of $4/meal
for adults under 60, and a suggested donation
for adults 60 and over, for the congregate lunch
program.
FACILITY RENTALS
Attractive rental space is available for groups
of all ages at three full service senior centers in
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
Dulles south senior center
Leesburg, Sterling and Purcellville for meetings,
family reunions, special events, birthday parties
and more. Please call the individual senior center
for further information.
ADULT DAY CENTERS: GENERAL INFORMATION
Ashburn: 571-258-3232
Leesburg: 703-771-5334
Purcellville: 571-258-3402
PARTICIPANTS
Our centers are open M-F from 7:30A-5:30P to
provide a safe, social, and interactive environment for seniors with cognitive and/or physical
disabilities who are unable to be home alone
safely. Activities and services, designed to elicit
success and enjoyment, include art and music
therapy, individualized exercise, mentally stimulating games, assistance with personal needs,
medication management, nutritious hot lunches
and snacks, and health monitoring. Limited
transportation is available to some areas. Fees
are based on a sliding scale.
CAREGIVERS
Adult Day Centers provide respite for those
needing support and time away from care giving.
Caregiver and Alzheimer support groups are
available to provide insight, guidance, companionship, and resources.
Caregiver education programs are available
through the AAA Elder Resources Program. For
more information, call 703-777-0257 or visit
www.loudoun.gov/aaa.
CARVER
CENTER
200 Willie Palmer Way
Purcellville, VA 20132
571-258-3400
M-F 9:00A-9:00P
Sa 9:00A-6:00P
For senior classes, programs and events, please
refer to the Carver Center section following the
Bluemont Community Center listings.
Loudoun County PRCS
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facebook.com/loudounprcs
571-258-3883
DULLES SOUTH SENIOR
ACTIVITY CENTER
24950 Riding Center Drive
South Riding, VA 20105
571-258-3883
M-F 9:00A-5:00 P
Unless otherwise noted, the following classes,
activities, and programs for ages 55 & older are
FREE, although membership or non-member
drop-in fees apply.
SPECIAL EVENTS
Please contact the Dulles South Senior Activity
Center for more information about special events
for seniors.
ONGOING ACTIVITIES
YOGA FOR SENIORS
Enjoy the benefits of a life with Yoga. This class
practices yoga while seated. Improve your
strength, balance and flexibility. End this class
with a good laugh.
M, Tu, W, F
ongoing
11:00A-12:00P
YOGA
Traditional Mat Yoga. Please bring your Yoga mat.
Th
ongoing11:00A-12:00P
TAI CHI
Join us in this beautiful form of exercise from the
mainland of China.
Tu, W
ongoing
10:00A-11:00A
LINE DANCE
Learn new line dance routines and have some
fun.
Tu
ongoing11:00A-12:00P
Th ongoing1:00P-2:00P
BEGINNING LINE DANCE
Never tried line dancing before? Is the regular
class too fast paced? Come on Fridays and learn
some basic steps. Before you know it, you’ll be
ready for more!
F
ongoing10:00A-11:00A
WALK AROUND THE WORLD
Enjoy conversation with friends while “hall walking” the Dulles South Multipurpose and Senior
Center loop.
Tuongoing 10:30A
General registration begins May 14, 2015
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT ROOM
Get fit using the treadmill, bicycle, cardioglide,
and free weights.
M,Tu,W,Th,Fongoing
9:00A-5:00P
COMPUTER
Computer help for beginners and more. If you
are interested in learning how to use your phone,
computer, tablet to its fullest capacity, get help
from volunteers Alfred and Baldev.
Tu
ongoing11:30A-1:30P
Th
ongoing11:00A-12:00P
TECH TALK W/ GUM SPRINGS LIBRARY
Staff from Gum Springs Library share tips and
tricks for using your technology devices and
share the latest information on new technology
devices.
1st, 3rd W
ongoing
1:30P-2:30P
KNIT ‘N’ STITCH CLUB
Bring your own supplies. Interested in learning
to knit, crochet or sew? Help is available from
volunteer instructor.
Tu
ongoing12:30P-2:00P
Th
ongoing10:30A-1:00P
ART GROUP
Join friends to draw, paint etc. with this self-directed group. Bring your own supplies.
W ongoing1:00P-2:30P
LIBRARY OUTREACH SERVICES
Loudoun County Public Library visits our center
for a monthly book /tape/CD exchange.
2nd F
ongoing
10:30A-12:00P
ADVISORY BOARD MEETING
Dulles South Senior Activity Center Advisory
Board meets the first Tuesday monthly.
1st Tu
ongoing
12:45P
SENIOR OUTREACH SERVICES
See an Elder Resources Case Manager for confidential supportive assistance and questions for
aging issues and situations. Sign up in the Dulles
South Senior Activity Center staff office.
2nd, 4th W
ongoing
12:30P-5:00P
INOVA MOBILE HEALTH SERVICES
Stop by and have your blood pressure and heart
rate monitored monthly.
1st Tu
ongoing
ENGLISH CHAT
Learn new vocabulary and chat with new friends
from around the world.
Tu,W ongoing12:30P-1:30P
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SENIOR CENTER AT CASCADES
GAMES GALORE
Start your week and weekend out right…PLAY!
Jump start vocabulary with a good game of
Scrabble. Play Dominoes (all types), Rummikub,
Canasta, Hand & Foot, and more.
M,Tu,W,Th,Fongoing
10:30A-5:00P
PARTY BRIDGE
Thongoing
1:00P
BOOK CLUB
Check out the book of the month from the staff
office or from the volunteer leader. Read and
return to discuss at the monthly meeting.
4th W
ongoing
1:00P
CREATIVE WRITING GROUP
Bring your writing tool of choice, either pen and
paper or computer. Write and share in a group
setting.
1st, 3rd M
ongoing
10:00A
BIBLE STUDY
M-Fongoing
10:30A
E-COMMENT
Seniors can record a two-minute video message
to the Board of Supervisors for their review.
Wongoing 12:30P
GUEST SPEAKERS
Check monthly newsletter for guest speaker
presentations on a variety of topics.
SHOPPING
Trips twice a month to Walmart or Target
2nd, 4th M
ongoing
12:30P
LUNCH BUNCH
Monthly outing to a local restaurant. Transportation fee. Pay for lunch on your own. Call the
center for location, date & time.
3rd M
ongoing
WEEKLY CHORUS
Join the Dulles South Chorus weekly practice.
Th ongoing1:00P-2:00P
SENIOR CHORUS
Get on the Dulles South Senior Activity Center
bus and travel to the Cascades Senior Center
to participate in the Senior Chorus. Showcase
your singing abilities as well as participate in the
group songs.
1st Th
ongoing
12:25P-2:30 P
MONTHLY BIRTHDAY PARTY
Enjoy cake and celebrate the members’ birth-
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days for the month.
2nd Tu
ongoing
12:30P
Please stop by for more information and check
out our facility. Schedule Dulles South Senior
Activity Center for your next meeting, dance club,
bridge group or just a friendly gathering!
SENIOR CENTER AT
CASCADES
21060 Whitfield Place
Sterling, VA 20165
571-258-3280
M, W-F 9:00A-5:00P
Tu 9:00A-8:00P
CARDS & GAMES
BINGO
Fee required (15 games)
M, Th
ongoing
10:30A-12:00P
Tu
ongoing10:30A-11:30A
F
ongoing1:30P-3:00P
ongoing
11:00A-12:00P
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
Sanctioned game - fee required.
M
ongoing11:00A-3:00P
Th ongoing1:00P-4:30P
O’HECK
W
BOOK DISCUSSION
3rd Tu
ongoing
12:00P-1:30P
WRITING GROUP
3rd Tu
ongoing
1:30P-3:00P
INDIAN CULTURAL GROUP
Open to anyone interested in celebrating Indian
Culture.
2nd F
ongoing
10:30A-12:00P
MORNING REFRESHMENTS & FRIENDSHIP
M-F ongoing10:00A-12:00P
Registration is not required for the following
general interest activities for participants 55
and over. They are free unless otherwise noted
(although annual membership or daily drop-in
fee applies)
JEOPARDY!
4th W
CULTURAL & SOCIAL
ACTIVITIES
ongoing10:00A-11:30A
PARTY BRIDGE
W, F
ongoing
1:00P-4:00P
POKER
Tu, Th
ongoing
1:00P-4:30P
BUNCO
1st W
ongoing
1:00P-3:00P
CURRENT EVENTS DISCUSSION
W ongoing1:30P-3:00P
GERMAN ACTIVITY
Th ongoing1:00P-3:00P
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH
For those who would like to practice their
Spanish skills, this free activity offers a great
opportunity to converse and discuss current
topics while improving grammar skills.
Prerequisite: Beginning & Intermediate Spanish
Tu
ongoing10:00A-11:30A
KNIT & CROCHET COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS
Join an active knit & crochet group to create
items to benefit children and adults in the community facing illness or crisis.
F
ongoing10:00A-12:00P
CROCHET INSTRUCTION
M ongoing1:30P-3:00P
CARD MAKING ACTIVITY
M ongoing1:00P-3:00P
MOVIE, POPCORN & SODA
Movies shown on 8-foot screen.
$3/movie
3rdWongoing1:30P-3:30P
CLASSIC MOVIE NIGHT
Free classic movies shown on 8-foot screen followed by an interactive discussion. Bring snack.
4th Tu
ongoing
5:30P-7:30P
OPEN PAINTING
Tu
ongoing10:00A-12:00P
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
SENIOR CENTER AT CASCADES
POTLUCK BINGO
Participants bring a dish to share along with a
“white-elephant” item to give as a bingo prize.
2nd Tu
ongoing
5:30P-7:30P
SENIOR CENTER ADVISORY BOARD
4th Th
ongoing
10:00A-11:30A
TEA TIME
$.50/donation
Th ongoing2:00P-3:00P
EXERCISE ACTIVITIES
(See CLASSES for Zumba.)
AEROBICS
M-Fongoing
AEROBICS
M, W, F
ongoing
REJUVENATION EXERCISE
Tu, Th
ongoing
SELF-HELP & RESOURCES
CLASSES
SHARE YOUR COMMENTS WITH LOCAL
OFFICIALS!
Seniors are invited to participate in the E-Comment program to record comments for the public
input session of the monthly Loudoun County
Board of Supervisors meetings. E-Comments
can be recorded on Thursdays at 10:30 a.m.
Contact the center for more details.
CERAMICS
Learn how to clean green ware, paint and glaze.
Participants may choose from hundreds of
molds. Price includes small ceramic piece. Class
offered every month. Please check with the
Senior Center for current schedule.
Instructors: Pat Miller and/or Frank Smith.
$21/member, $23/non-member – 2 sessions
AARP DRIVER SAFETY PROGRAM - “SAFE
DRIVER”
This two-day program may help to reduce the
cost of your insurance.
$15/AARP members, $20/non-member
W, F
TBA
10:00A-3:00P
ZUMBA GOLD
Dance Fitness program with a Latin/International
beat! Zumba Gold is geared toward active adults
learning Zumba or those who prefer a low-impact version. Instructor: Vivian Monroe.
445601-01
$12/non-member, $10/member
Drop-in
Th
ongoing11:00A-12:00P
9:00A
BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK
M-F ongoing11:00A-11:30A
10:00A
ONE-ON-ONE SUPPORT
Make an appointment to meet with a case
manager from Area Agency on Aging to discuss
health care, financial and social concerns. Information and referrals provided.
1st, 3rd W
ongoing
11:00A-1:30P
10:00A-11:00A
BALLROOM DANCING
W
ongoing11:00A-12:00P
INTRO TO LINE DANCING
M
ongoing11:00A-12:00P
BEGINNER LINE DANCING
W
ongoing
571-258-3280
10:30A – 11:30A
BEGINNER PLUS LINE DANCING
F
ongoing1:15P-2:30P
BEGINNER/INTERMEDIATE LINE DANCING
W ongoing1:00P-2:00P
LOW/HIGH INTERMEDIATE LINE DANCING
M (Low )
ongoing
1:00P-2:30P
Tu (High)
ongoing
1:00P-2:30P
Th (High)
ongoing
1:00P-2:30P
F (Low)
ongoing
1:00P-2:30P
PICKLE BALL
W
ongoing9:30A-10:30A
TAI CHI & QI GONG WITH MABEL
Meditation in motion. Gentle martial arts for
seniors, with breathing concentration exercises. Led by Mabel Chin and Marlene Burkgren.
Tuesday class for beginners.
Tu
ongoing11:00A-12:00P
F
ongoing11:00A-12:00P
HEARING LOSS ASSISTANCE
Joan Cassidy, Northern Virginia Resource Center
for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons, answers
questions about hearing loss and available
resources.
3rd Th
ongoing
10:00A-2:00P
MAN-TO-MAN (PROSTATE CANCER) EDUCATION AND SUPPORT GROUP
2nd Tu
ongoing
6:00P-8:00P
MOBILE HEALTH VAN
Loudoun Healthcare provides blood pressure
checks and referrals.
2nd,4th Tu
ongoing
9:00A-12:00P
SUPPORT GROUP FOR TINNITUS & HEARING
PROBLEMS
1st F
ongoing
2:00P-3:00P
WEEKLY PROGRAMS
Watch for information in the Senior Center
Review (monthly newsletter distributed to all
members) about weekly programs such as
financial and estate-planning seminars, medical
presentations and screenings and lectures on
historical events and literary figures.
General registration begins May 14, 2015
SPECIAL EVENTS
INDEPENDENCE DAY LUNCHEON
(Ages 55 & up) This will be a star-spangled
tribute to the Red, White and Blue! Regular lunch
sign-up.
Lunch donation recommended.
Th
7/2-7/211:30A-1:30P
SURFIN’ SAFARI DANCE PARTY!
A Beach-Blanket Blast of a Dance Party! Cool
Shades, Surfin’ tunes, and Good Vibrations!
445609-037/28-7/28 2:00P-4:00P
FIFTH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL BAZAAR
(Ages 55 & up) Tasty treats from around the
world. Music, Culture, and “Passport Prizes”!
445609-04
$5/members, $7/non-members
W
8/12-8/122:00P-4:00P
14th ANNUAL “END-OF-SUMMER” COOKOUT
(All ages) The largest celebration of the year
at Cascades will feature a pork and chicken
BBQ with all the trimmings and live musical
entertainment!
445609-05 $7/members$9/non-members
F
9/28-9/284:00P-6:00P
MINUTE TO WIN IT!
(Ages 55 & up) Based on the popular TV show,
seniors compete for fabulous prizes!
445609-01
$5/members, $7/non-members
W
9/2-9/212:45P-1:45P
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THE SENIOR CENTER OF LEESBURG
THE SENIOR CENTER
OF LEESBURG
102 North Street, NW, Suite B
Leesburg, VA 20176
703-737-8039
M, W, Th, F 9:00A-5:00P; Tu 9:00A-8:00P
Membership fee:
$26/residents, $39/non-residents
Unless otherwise noted, the following classes,
activities, and programs are offered free for participants ages 55 & older, although membership
or drop-in fees apply. CLOSED on July 4
ARTS & CRAFTS
CERAMICS-HAND BUILT
327604-01
Tu on-going4:00P-8:00P
SEWING
Bring your sewing project. Use our sewing
machines.
M,F ongoing9:00A-12:00P
STITCH ‘N’ BEE
Sew, knit, crochet, and needlework. Make new
friend and
Share.
M,F ongoing9:00A-12:00P
ART STUDIO
Share techniques and learn new skills from each
other. Bring
your own supplies and work with expert help
from Carol.
M ongoing1:00P-3:00P
QUILTING CLUB
Come chat and exchange ideas. Bring your own
project. Make
use of the large tables to spread out your
project.
Tu
ongoing9:00A-12:00P
CROCHET CLUB
Bring your hooks and yarn. Work together on
your own projects.
M,F ongoing9:00A-12:00P
CARD MAKING
Learn as you go. Create cards using ink and
rubberstamps with embellishments. Create color,
texture, and style with Lee
Th
ongoing10:00A-12:00P
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WATERCOLOR PAINTING
Acclaimed watercolor artist, Catherine Hillis,
invites you to challenge your skills in watercolor
painting. Learn new techniques and improve
your skills in design and drawing. Bring your own
supplies. Suggested supply list provided. Seating
is limited.
427604-01$185.00/member,
$278/non-member
Tu
7/21-8/255:30P-7:30P
DANCE
BELLY DANCING WITH KAREN
W
ongoing10:30A-11:30A
happy hour line dance with elfriede
W
ongoing12:00P-1:00P
HAPPY FEET Intermediate Line Dance
with Minda
W ongoing1:00-2:00P
LINE DANCE WITH VINNY
F
ongoing10:30A-12:00P
EDUCATIONAL
SPANISH WORKSHOP
Mary Frances leads the group in puzzles and
games to practice the language.
327615-01
W ongoing1:00P-3:00P
SIGN LANGUAGE
It’s OK to talk with your hands! Join us for fun,
interactive discovery in this American Sign Language. Class focuses on everyday use of ABCs
and 123s, history and culture of the deaf, and
other resources. Leader: Tanya.
427602-01Free
F
6/5-6/261:00P-2:00P
AARP DRIVING SAFETY
Book and video presentation from Peggy Fera.
Must attend the full session. Bring a check payable to AARP for $15 or $20 to the first class.
Membership and drop-in fees apply. Seating is
limited. Reserve by calling 703-737-8039.
427626-01
$15/member, $20/non-member
W
7/15-7/159:00A-5:00P
HEALTH & WELLNESS
FITNESS
TAICHI
Mongoing 11:00A
FREE WEIGHTS
Tu,Fongoing
YOGA & LAUGHTER
Thongoing
2:30P
9:30A
ZUMBA GOLD
Latin-inspired, dance fitness program. Feel the
music and move to it with simple steps. Increase
coordination and decrease stress. Wear rubber
soled shoes, comfortable loose fitting clothing.
Bring water and a towel. Certified Instructor:
Barbara.
427608-01$36.00
Tu
6/2-6/3011:00A-12:00P
427608-02$24.00
F
6/5-6/269:15A-10:15A
427608-03$24.00
Tu
7/7-7/2811:00A-12:00P
427608-04$24.00
F
7/10-7/319:15A-10:15A
427608-05$24.00
Tu
8/4-8/2511:00A-12:00P
427608-06$24.00
F
8/7-8/289:15A-10:15A
DEAF & HARD OF HEARING RESOURCE
Discuss your needs with Joan Cassidy. She will
provide information and referrals. First Wednesday of the Month.
327634-01
W
ongoing10:45A-11:45A
INOVA HEALTH NURSE
An INOVA nurse will provide blood pressure
checks.
1st W
ongoing
10:00A-12:00P
LET’S TALK
3rd M
ongoing
10:30A-12:00P
SENIOR OUTREACH SERVICES
Th
ongoing
by appointment
ONGOING CLUBS & GROUPS
INVESTORS DISCUSSION
M
ongoing10:00A-11:00A
PARTY BRIDGE
Tu ongoing1:00P-4:00P
WRITER”S ROUND TABLE
Tu ongoing1:00P-2:00P
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
THE SENIOR CENTER OF LEESBURG
BIBLE STUDY
W
ongoing11:00A-12:00P
SPANISH WORKSHOP
Mary Frances leads the group in puzzles and
games to practice the language.
W ongoing1:00P-3:00P
BOOK CLUB
2nd W
ongoing
10:00A-11:00A
CURRENT EVENTS DISCUSSION
W ongoing1:00P-2:00P
CORN HOLE
W
ongoing9:00A-11:30A
GOOSE CREEK BRIDGE
Th ongoing9:00A-2:00P
GERMAN CONVERSATION
Th
ongoing11:00A-12:00P
ADVISORY BOARD MEETING
1st Th
ongoing
1:00P
LOUDOUN BRIDGE BUFFS
F
ongoing12:00P-4:00P
MAJHONGG
Tueongoing
12:30P
BINGO WITH ANNA
Tu
ongoing10:30A-11:30A
BINGO WITH GAIL
F
ongoing12:45P-1:45P
LEARN TO PLAY BIDWHIST
Tuongoing
BIDWHIST
M
1:00P
ongoing10:30A-11:30A
BILLIARDS
M-F ongoing9:00A-5:00P
Wii BOWLING
F
ongoing12:45P-3:30P
PICKLEBALL
Tu,F ongoing9:00A-11:30A
RUMMIKUB
M-F ongoing9:00A-5:00P
ongoing10:00A-12:00P
PHASE 10 MASTERS
F
ongoing12:45P-3:30P
MEXICAN TRAIN
Tu
ongoing10:00A-12:00P
SPECIAL EVENTS
LUNCH BUNCH
Take a short excursions to local restaurants.
Lunch is paid for on your own. Bus departs at
11:15A.
427660-01
$2.00
Cracker Barrel
Th
6/18-6/1811:00A-2:00P
427660-02
$2.00
Magnolia at the Mill
Th
7/16-7/1611:15A-2:00P
427660-03
$2.00
Green Turtle
Th
8/20-8/2011:15A-2:00P
TEXAS HOLD ‘EM TOURNAMENT
Play the game you have learned and love. Lunch
is included in the cost. Medals will be awarded
to the winners. Reservations are required by
June 1.
427658-01$10.00
Th
6/11-6/1110:00A-2:00P
General registration begins May 14, 2015
FATHER’S DAY BREAKFAST
Enjoy breakfast with friends. Celebrate your
Father’s Day! Fee includes a breakfast sandwich,
fruit juice and coffee. Reserve by Wednesday,
June 16.
427670-01$3.00
F
6/19-6/199:00A-10:30A
CORN HOLE TOURNAMENT
Compete with friends in this popular game (a
modern version of bean bag toss). This is a
double-elimination tournament. Medals will be
awarded to the winners.
427675-01$5.00
W
7/15-7/1510:30A-2:30P
TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT
Compete in a double-elimination tournament.
Medals are awarded to the winners. Register
before 8/11.
427676-01$5.00
Th
8/13-8/1310:30A-2:30P
CLASSIC MOVIE-Free
Rebecca (1940)
427677-01
M
6/8-6/812:15P-2:15P
427677-02
7 Brides for 7 Brothers (1954)
M
7/13-7/1312:15P-2:30P
427677-03
The King and I (1956)
M
8/10-8/1012:15P-2:30P
ongoing12:30P-2:00P
TABLE TENNIS
M-F ongoing9:00A-5:00P
9:30A
1:00P
TEXAS HOLD’EM
Tu,Th ongoing9:00A-11:45A
OH HECK!
M
ongoing5:00P-8:00P
ongoing2:00P-5:00P
BADMINTON
M,W ongoing9:00A-11:30A
ongoing1:00P-3:00P
EUCHRE
Tuongoing
Thongoing
CANASTA
Tu
F
SHOPPING
Tu
RECREATION, SOCIAL
& GAMES
SETBACK
M
703-737-8039
MOVIE NIGHT
About Time
427680-01$2.00
Tu
6/23-6/235:00P-7:30P
427680-02$2.00
The Theory of Everything
Tu
7/21-7/215:00P-7:30P
427680-03$2.00
The Imagination Game
Tu
8/25-8/255:00P-7:30P
MOVIE DAY
About Time
427685-01$2.00
W
6/24-6/2412:15P-2:30P
427685-02$2.00
The Theory of Everything
W
7/22-7/2212:15P-2:30P
427685-03$2.00
The Imagination Game
W
8/26-8/2612:30P-2:30P
FAMILY PICNIC
Family members of all ages are invited to attend
this traditional cookout with musical entertainment from Dan and Chuck. Families can tour the
Senior Center and visit the place where Grandmother or Grandfather comes to learn and play.
427690-01
Tu
7/28-7/285:00P-8:00P
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licensed children's programs
ICE CREAM SOCIAL
Create your own ice cream sundae. All the
toppings will be provided.
427691-01$2.00
F
7/17-7/171:00P-2:00P
FAMILY FEUD
Teams of five compete in this classic TV game
show. Join the fun as an individual for $2.00 or a
team for $10.00.
427692-01
$2.00
Team 1
W
8/19-8/191:00P-2:00P
427692-02
$2.00
Team 2
W
8/19-8/191:00P-2:00P
427692-03
$2.00
Team 3
W
8/19-8/191:00P-2:00P
427692-04
$2.00
Team 4
W
8/19-8/191:00P-2:00P
427692-05
$2.00
Team 5
W
8/19-8/191:00P-2:00P
LOUDOUN COUNTY FAIR
Ride in comfort from the Senior Center of
Leesburg to the Loudoun County Fair. Check the
Newsletter for more details.
427695-01$1.00
Th 7/3010:00A-1:00P
BUS TO PICNIC AT CARVER
Ride the bus to the Carver Center Picnic and
Zoo Day. Llamas, dogs, hens, turkeys, and other
wildlife will be visiting the center. Celebration for
all ages. Families welcome. Lunch is by donation
for seniors over 60. Under age 60 must pay
$4.00.
427696-01$1.00/transportation
Th
7/2-7/210:00A-2:00P
LICENSED CHILDREN’S
PROGRAMS
CHILDCARE
2014-15 SCHOOL YEAR
(Ages 3-5) Our full and half-time childcare program provides a safe, healthy, learning environment with age-appropriate activities to promote
the physical, social and intellectual growth of
children. Healthy breakfasts and snacks are provided. Full-time hours are 7:00 a.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Contact the community center of your choice for
more information and availability.
FEES:
Full-time care 7:00A-6:15P
Afternoon care 12:00P-6:15P
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$215/week
$189/week
703-737-8042
Morning care 7:00A-12:00P
Drop-in care available basis
Annual Registration Fee
$165/week
$8/hour
$45/year
LOCATIONS
Bluemont Community Center
Dulles South Multipurpose Ctr.
Loudoun Valley Community Ctr.
Lovettsville Community Center
Lucketts Community Center
540-554-4838
571-258-3311
540-338-5035
540-822-5381
703-737-8841
PRESCHOOL
2014-15 SCHOOL YEAR
Our state-licensed, nine-month preschool
program operates September through May.
Classes are offered for 2½-5 year olds, but
vary by location. Currently enrolled families
receive registration priority and a lottery is held
for remaining spaces. Registration is open until
filled for any additional remaining spaces. A $45
non-refundable registration fee will be required
prior to entering the program. The Virginia
Department of Social Services requires proof of
current immunizations, proof of child identity and
age, and a childcare registration form.
LOCATIONS
Bluemont Community Center
Claude Moore Community Ctr.
Douglass Community Center
Dulles South Multipurpose Ctr.
Loudoun Valley Community Ctr.
Lovettsville Community Center
Lucketts Community Center
Middleburg Community Center
Philomont Community Center
540-554-8643
571-258-3500
703-771-5913
571-258-3456
540-338-4122
540-822-5284
703-771-5281
540-687-6375
540-338-5882
AFTER KINDERGARTEN
PROGRAM
2014-15 SCHOOL YEAR
(Ages 5-7) Kindergarteners are offered a variety
of activities within a safe, supervised, structured
environment. The Virginia Department of Social
Services requires proof of current physical and
immunizations, proof of child identity and age,
and a childcare registration form. A $45 registration fee is payable upon registration.
LOCATIONS
Bluemont Community Center
Dulles South Multipurpose Ctr.
Loudoun Valley Community Ctr.
Middleburg Community Ctr.
Philomont Community Ctr.
540-554-8643
571-258-3456
540-338-4122
540-687-6375
540-338-5882
PM KIDS CLUB
2014-15 SCHOOL YEAR
(Ages 5-11) Our PM Kids Club is a state-licensed, after school care program for grades
K-5 that follows the Loudoun County School
calendar. Contact the center of your choice for
current availability.
LOCATIONS
Bluemont Community Center
Lucketts Community Center
Middleburg Community Center
Philomont Community Ctr.
540-554-8643
703-771-5281
540-687-6375
540-338-5882
REGISTRATION
PRESCHOOL, AFTER K, & PM KIDS CLUB:
2015-16 SCHOOL YEAR
Registration is on a lottery basis and subject to
availability. Registration for families currently
enrolled in Preschool, After K or PM Kids Club
will be held January 5-9. Open registration will
be held January 12-22. A $45 registration fee is
payable upon registration. For current availability
and more information about licensed Preschool,
After K, or PM Kids Club, contact the center of
your choice or call 703-777-0343.
BEFORE SCHOOL & AFTER SCHOOL
(CASA) LICENSED PROGRAMS
AGE 5-GRADE 5
703-737-8042
Visit www.loudoun.gov/casa for
information and forms.
2015-2016 BEFORE SCHOOL PROGRAM –
Little River Elementary ONLY
The program operates from 6:30A until school
starts and follows the Loudoun County Public
School calendar. Note: PM Kindergarten parents
will have to find alternate care before the start
of PM Kindergarten. Please refer to registration
procedures listed below.
2015-2016 COUNTY AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES (CASA) PROGRAM
This year we are excited to shift directions with
our program and enter a new territory. As we
seek to provide recreational opportunities for
the next generation of creative thinkers. Our
creative and talented staff has spent countless
hours developing a new system that will challenge your child to grow and learn in a positive
environment. The activity schedule also includes
homework and snack time. CASA follows the
Loudoun County Public School calendar. Visit
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
General registration begins May 14, 2015
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youth services
703-777-0343
www.loudoun.gov/prcs/camps for programs
when LCPS is closed. CASA locations open
when school ends and close at 6:00 p.m., with
the exception of Lovettsville Community Center,
Hutchison Farm, Little River, Arcola, and Pinebrook, which close at 6:15 p.m. AM Kindergarten
parents need to find alternate care until the end
of the regular school day. Registration procedures are listed below.
at the PRCS administrative office.
• Current identity verification for each child.
Acceptable forms include an original or certified copy of the child’s birth certificate, birth
registration card, passport, or report card.
• A completed copy of the Commonwealth of
Virginia School Entrance Health Form.
• A $45.00 non-refundable registration fee per
family per program.
2015-2016 CASA Locations/Schools Served
Algonkian, Arcola, Ashburn, Balls Bluff, Belmont
Station, Buffalo Trail, Catoctin, Cardinal Ridge,
Cedar Lane, Cool Spring, Countryside, Creighton’s Corner, Kenneth Culbert (Hamilton), Discovery, Dominion Trail, Evergreen Mill, Frederick
Douglass, Hillside, Horizon, Hutchison Farm,
Leesburg, Legacy, Liberty, Little River, Loudoun
Valley Community Center (Emerick, Lincoln),
Lovettsville Community Center (Lovettsville),
Lowes Island, Meadowland, Mill Run, Moorefield
Station, Mountain View, Newton-Lee, Pinebrook,
Potowmack, Frances Hazel Reid, Rosa Lee
Carter, Round Hill, Sanders Corner, Selden’s
Landing, Steuart Weller, Sully (Guilford, Sterling,
Forest Grove), Sycolin Creek, Tolbert, Waterford.
All CASA locations must have sufficient enrollment, staffing and space before a program can
begin. For more information, please contact us
or visit www.loudoun.gov/casa.
There are no exceptions! We must have all
of the above items to register your child. These
items are needed to comply with Virginia state
licensing requirements.
2015-2016 Fees
Before School:
$150/month/child
CASA: $325/month/child
Registration Fee:
$45/household/program
Monthly fees are due by the 1st of the preceding
month (e.g., due 8/1 for September)
2015-2016 REGISTRATION:
BEFORE SCHOOL & CASA
Registration is open until filled. Registration must
be done in person at the PRCS administrative
office in Leesburg. Office hours are 8:30 a.m.
– 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. Please refer to
registration procedures below.
REGISTRATION PROCEDURES
Registration must be done in person and
requires the following:
• A Children’s Program Division Registration
form and addendum. Both forms can be downloaded at www.loudoun.gov/casa or obtained
YOUTH SERVICES
703-777-0343
YOUTH AFTER SCHOOL (YAS) PROGRAM
(Grades 6-8) YAS offers fun, exciting, recreational activities for middle school students including
sports, games, arts & crafts, field trips, drama,
tutoring, mentoring, special events and intramural competitions, as well as time for homework,
relaxing, and socializing in a safe supervised
environment. Students have the opportunity
to help plan activities and are encouraged to
explore their interests. YAS is operated in middle
schools and follows the Loudoun County Public
School calendar. The program begins when the
final bell rings and ends at 6:15 p.m.
Fees$50/month
YAS Locations
Belmont Ridge, Blue Ridge*, Eagle Ridge, Farmwell Station, Harper Park**, Mercer, River Bend,
Seneca Ridge, Smart’s Mill
* LCPS bus transportation is provided from
Harmony Middle for the 2015-16 school year
** LCPS bus transportation is provided from J.L
Simpson Middle for the 2015-16 school year.
YOUTH ADVISORY COUNCIL
Members of the Loudoun Youth Advisory Council,
in partnership with Loudoun Youth, Inc., have the
opportunity to develop leadership skills, meet new
people and be a voice for other Loudoun teens.
Members plan special events (including Loudoun
YouthFest, Battle of the Bands and Step Up),
work on community service projects, participate
in leadership field trips, and promote events for
teens. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis
and are available on www.loudounteens.org.
CAMP PROGRAMS
EXPRESS YOURSELF: SPOKEN WORD,
IMPROVISATION, & PERFORMING ARTS CAMP
(Ages 11-14) This camp gives your older child
the opportunity to express their views, emotions, and opinions through various games,
spoken word, improvisation, and performing arts
activities, while having a great time! Everyone
has a voice and deserves to be heard; come out,
have fun, make friends and Express Yourself!
Students will depart PRCS Administration at 9:00
a.m. for the Franklin Park Arts Center and camp
activities. tudents will return to PRCS Administration by 5:00 p.m. Call 703-737-8021 for
more information.
Location: PRCS Admin. Office, Ashburn
449301-01$50.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26
9:00A-5:00P
SUPREME TEEN SUMMER CAMP
(Ages 11-14) Supreme Teen Camp is based on
the premise of providing Loudoun County teens
with the ultimate summer experience in a fun,
safe and structured environment. Campers will
engage in various activities and hobbies including cooking, tournaments, contests, community
service, field trips, sports, games and much
more. Call 703-737-8021 for more information.
Location: PRCS Admin Office, Ashburn
449302-01$50.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2 9:00A-5:00P
SPECIAL EVENTS
2015 LOUDOUN YOUTHFEST
Loudoun YouthFest, targeting middle and high
school teens, will feature amusements, interactive games, local bands and nationally-known
recording artists We The Kings. YouthFest will be
held May 30, 2015 at The Barn at One Loudoun
from 3:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Tickets are $10.
For more information, visit www.loudounteens.
org. YouthFest is presented by Loudoun County
Parks, Recreation and Community Services and
Loudoun Youth Inc.
High School Teens interested in volunteering
with PRCS can contact [email protected]
for information about opportunities and upcoming
teen volunteer orientation sessions.
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ADAPTIVE RECREATION/camp programs
ADAPTIVE
RECREATION
703-737-8042
Call for pick-up and departure times.
Serving individuals with disabilities.
“Enhancing Your Recreation Experience”
INTEGRATION OPPORTUNITIES
Individuals with disabilities are entitled to recreation opportunities. Adaptive Recreation encourages its participants to integrate into all Loudoun
County PRCS programs. Please call staff for any
needed assistance or information.
SUMMER CAMPS
Find Adaptive Recreation
summer camps
in the 2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
GENERAL INTEREST
SPECIAL RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD, INC.
Volunteers meet monthly to discuss events,
community awareness, fundraising and sponsorships. Newcomers welcome. Please call Maria
Auger at 703-771-5013 for more information.
Location: PRCS office
3rd F
on-going
12:30-1:30p
SWIMMING AT THE LAKE!
(Ages 15 & up, Level 1, 2) Let’s cool off from
the summer sun with a swim in the lake! We
will travel to Cunningham Falls State Park in
Maryland and swim at Hunting Creek Lake and
enjoy a cookout for lunch (provided). Bring a
towel, sunscreen and tennis shoes. Contact
Caitlin Marcotte.
441760-01$25.00
W 7/8-7/89:00A-4:00P
FRIDAY NIGHT OUTDOOR CONCERT
(Ages 16 & up, Level 1) Outdoor music =
summertime fun! Bring your blanket for the lawn
and listen to good music with your friends under
the stars. Either pack a meal for dinner or bring
money to purchase on site (pizza, burgers, etc.)
Contact Caitlin Marcotte.
703-737-8042
441733-01$25.00
F
7/17-7/175:45P-10:15P
Marcotte at 703-737-0438.
Location: PRCS office
OUTDOOR ADVENTURES
(Ages 14 & up, Level 1) Its summer and a
perfect time to enjoy the great outdoors! Join us
for the next five weeks as we hike, paddle and
explore the natural world around us. Our time
together will end with an overnight camping trip
where you can put the skills you have learned
to work! Trained staff will ensure your safety on
our adventures and keep you having fun. Pickup
from AR summer camp available. Contact Caitlin
Marcotte.
441745-01$200.00
M
7/20-8/189:30A-4:00P
SPARE TIME BOWLING
(Ages 16 & up, All levels) Relax on a Friday afternoon and come bowling with us! This program
teaches the basics of the game while promoting
socialization and community awareness. Bring
money for snacks. Contact Caitlin Marcotte.
441710-01$20.00
F
6/26-6/262:30P-4:30P
441710-02$20.00
F
7/10-7/102:30P-4:30P
441710-03$20.00
F
7/24-7/242:30P-4:30P
441710-04$20.00
F
8/14-8/142:30P-4:30P
441710-05$20.00
F
8/28-8/282:30P-4:30P
DINNER & MINI GOLF
(Ages 16 & up, Level 1) Join us for a thrilling
themed game of mini golf. Perils of the Lost Jungle is an interactive mini golf course in VA and
is rated top 5 in the nation! There will be thrills
around every corner! We will have dinner before
and enjoy the summer weather. Bring $20 for
dinner. Contact Caitlin Marcotte.
441748-01$30.00
Th 8/6-8/65:00P-8:30P
ARTS
VSA arts of Virginia-Loudoun County
Committee Meetings
Open to anyone who would like to work with VSA
arts of Loudoun County. We encourage people
to join us and learn about VSA and the many
volunteer opportunities. Contact Kellie Goossens
at 540-338-7973 for more information.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
4th M
ongoing
6:00P-7:30P
MOVIE MADNESS
(Ages 18 and up, all levels) We will be going
nearby to a local Theater after we go out to
dinner before the show. Movie will be decided
closer to the date of the showing. Contact Rick
Conway.
441730-02$30.00
F
7/10-7/105:00P-9:30P
441730-03$30.00
F
8/28-8/285:00P-9:30P
FREDERICK KEYS GAME
(Ages 14 & up, Levels 1, 2) Come watch the
Frederick Keys in an exciting baseball game and
enjoy fireworks afterwards! Bring $20 for dinner
at the game. Contact Caitlin Marcotte.
441722-01$20.00
F
7/31-7/316:00P-10:30P
Camp
pRograms
703-737-8042
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps, including
SummerDaze and SummerFest
programs in the
2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
SPORTS
LOUDOUN COUNTY SPECIAL OLYMPICS
COMMITTEE MEETING
Volunteers, athletes, coaches, committee members meet monthly. New members should call
ahead for date, time and location. Contact Caitlin
General registration begins May 14, 2015
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SPORTS ADULT &
YOUTH
703-777-0343
Sports Camps and programs are coed,
unless otherwise noted.
SUMMER CAMPS
Find sports summer camps in the
2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
CHEERLEADING
New! LOUDOUN COUNTY PRCS ADAPTIVE
CHEER CAMP
(Age: 6-12) Enjoy learning basic cheerleading
skills, increasing social skills and making friend
during this week of adaptive cheer camp.
Registered campers should dress in loose-fitting, cool clothing and wear tennis shoes only.
Camper should bring a water bottle and snack.
They need to be able to follow at least three-four
commands, be able to physically repeat basic
cheers with minimal staff support, and verbalize
needs (restroom, water breaks etc.). Camp will
be in/outdoors, depending on weather. Additional
support staff will available to assist campers.
Location: Seneca Ridge MS, Sterling
521458-01$125.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/6-7/10
9:00A-12:00P
CHEER CAMP - DOUGLASS COMMUNITY
CENTER
(Ages 6-12) Emphasis will be placed on cheers,
chants, dance and group formations. Instruction will include team building, basic stunting,
safety spotting, and performance skills. Bring
a snack and water bottle. No walk-on registrations accepted. Call 703-777-0343 for more
information.
Location: Douglass Community Ctr, Leesburg
521453-01$135.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31
1:00P-5:00P
RUGBY
New! LOUDOUN COUNTY PRCS RUGBY CAMP
(Ages 7-16) The mission of Loudoun County
PRCS rugby camp is to provide rugby education
to young athletes who are either new to the
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sport or familiar with the game. Rugby camp
is a great way to be introduced to the sport,
increase skill development, receive coaching
from local coaches, make new friends and
fall in love with the game. The camp will build
confidence and self-esteem on the rugby field!
No experience required. No walk-on registrations
will be accepted. Call 703-777-0343 for more
information.
Location: Bolen Park, Leesburg
$125.00
Ages 7-11
521099-01
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31
5:30P-8:30P
521099-02
$125.00
Ages 12-16
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31
5:30P-8:30P
TENNIS
FIRST SERVE TENNIS ACADEMY: LITTLE
SHOTS TENNIS CAMP (ONE COACH)
(Ages 4-6) This camp introduces tots to tennis
through fun games and activities designed to
build eye-hand coordination and familiarity with
the tennis ball and racket. Parents are encouraged (but not required) to stay at the court site.
Ratio 5:1. Register in advance. No walk-on registrations will be accepted. Call 703-777-0343 for
more information.
Location: Stone Bridge HS, Ashburn
521504-01$125.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/6-7/10
8:00A-9:15A
Location: Freedom HS, South Riding
521504-02$125.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/17 8:00A-9:15A
Location: Dominion HS, Sterling
521504-03$125.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24 8:00A-9:15A
Location: Stone Bridge HS, Ashburn
521504-04$125.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31 8:00A-9:15A
Location: Dominion HS, Sterling
521504-05$125.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
8:00A-9:15A
Location: Freedom HS, South Riding
521504-06$125.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/17-8/21 8:00A-9:15A
FIRST SERVE TENNIS ACADEMY: LITTLE
SHOTS TENNIS CAMP (TWO COACHES)
(Ages 4-6) See description for Little Shots Tennis
(One Coach).
Location: Freedom HS, South Riding
521502-01$125.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26 8:00A-9:15A
Location: Dominion HS, Sterling
521502-02$125.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/29-7/3
8:00A-9:15A
Location: Stone Bridge HS, Ashburn
521502-03$125.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24 8:00A-9:15A
Location: Freedom HS, South Riding
521502-04$125.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
8:00A-9:15A
Location: Dominion HS, Sterling
521502-05$125.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/10-8/14 8:00A-9:15A
Location: Stone Bridge HS, Ashburn
521502-06$125.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/24-8/28 8:00A-9:15A
FIRST SERVE TENNIS ACADEMY: FUN & FUNDAMENTALS TENNIS 1 & 2 (TWO COACHES)
(Ages; 7-10) Through fun skill-building games,
beginners and advanced beginners learn and
develop fundamental strokes. Students are
encouraged to repeat this class until they can
consistently put the ball in play. Ratio 6:1.
Register in advance. No walk-on registrations
will be accepted. Call 703-777-0343 for more
information.
Location: Freedom HS, South Riding
521505-01$250.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26 9:30A-12:00P
Location: Dominion HS, Sterling
521505-02$250.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/29-7/3
9:30A-12:00P
Location: Stone Bridge HS, Ashburn
521505-03$250.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24 9:30A-12:00P
Location: Freedom HS, South Riding
521505-04$250.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
9:30A-12:00P
Location: Dominion HS, Sterling
521505-05$250.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/10-8/14 9:30A-12:00P
Location: Stone Bridge HS, Ashburn
521505-06$250.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/24-8/28 9:30A-12:00P
FIRST SERVE TENNIS ACADEMY:
FUN & FUNDAMENTALS 1 & 2 (ONE COACH)
(Ages 7-11) See description for Fun & Fundamentals Tennis (Two Coaches).
Location: Lucketts Community Center
521501-01$250.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/24-8/28 9:30A-12:00P
FIRST SERVE TENNIS ACADEMY:
FUN & FUNDAMENTALS 1 & 2 (ONE COACH)
(Ages 10-13) See description for Ages 7-11.
Location: Stone Bridge HS, Ashburn
521503-01$250.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/6-7/10
9:30A-12:00P
Location: Freedom HS, South Riding
521503-02$250.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/17 9:30A-12:00P
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
General registration begins May 14, 2015
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Location: Dominion HS, Sterling
521503-03$250.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24 9:30A-12:00P
Location: Stone Bridge HS, Ashburn
521503-04$250.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31 9:30A-12:00P
Location: Dominion HS, Sterling
521503-05$250.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
9:30A-12:00P
Location: Freedom HS, South Riding
521503-06$250.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/17-8/21 9:30A-12:00P
GOLF
RASPBERRY GOLF ACADEMY
(Ages 5-6) General introduction for beginner
golfers. This program provides younger juniors a
perfect opportunity to learn basic golf fundamentals and skills thru games and team competition.
Each child will receive 8 hours of instruction.
Goodie bag provided. Lunch is not included.
Location: Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club,
Leesburg
521738-01$175.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-6/25 9:00A-11:00A
521738-02$175.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/9 9:00A-11:00A
521738-03$175.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/23 9:00A-11:00A
521738-04$175.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/6 9:00A-11:00A
521738-05$175.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/17-8/20 9:00A-11:00A
Location: The Golf Club at Lansdowne,
Leesburg
521738-07$175.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2 9:00A-11:00A
521738-08$175.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/13-7/16 9:00A-11:00A
521738-09$175.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/27-7/30 9:00A-11:00A
521738-10$175.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/10-8/13 9:00A-11:00A
521738-11$175.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/24-8/27 9:00A-11:00A
DULLES GOLF: INTRODUCTION
(Ages 15 & up) This beginning program of instruction is designed to introduce new players to
the game of golf. During the four-week course,
students will learn grip, set up, alignment,
posture, full swing, pitch shots, chipping, putting,
as well as rules and etiquette. Fee includes use
of clubs, range balls, rule books.
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Location: Dulles Golf Academy, Sterling
521720-01$109.00
M
6/8-6/297:00P-8:00P
521720-02$109.00
W
6/10-7/17:00P-8:00P
521720-03$109.00
Sa
6/13-7/49:00A-10:00A
521720-04$109.00
M
7/20-8/107:00P-8:00P
521720-05$109.00
W
7/22-8/127:00P-8:00P
521720-06$109.00
Sa
7/25-8/159:00A-10:00A
521720-07$109.00
M
8/24-9/147:00P-8:00P
521720-08$109.00
W
8/26-9/167:00P-8:00P
521720-09$109.00
Sa
8/29-9/199:00A-10:00A
DULLES GOLF: INTERMEDIATE
(Ages 15 & up) This is a continuing program of
instruction in which students will review fullswing mechanics in more detail and develop an
understanding of cause and effect in their own
swing type! A variety of shots required in a round
of golf is also covered. MUST have completed
the Golf Class. Fee includes use of clubs, range
balls, rule book.
Location: Dulles Golf Academy, Sterling
521721-01$137.50
Th
6/11-7/97:00P-8:00P
521721-02$137.50
Th
7/23-8/207:00P-8:00P
521721-03$137.50
Th
8/27-9/247:00P-8:00P
DULLES GOLF: FULL SWING FUNDAMENTALS &
VIDEO LESSON
(Ages 15 & up) This is comprehensive program
of instruction for the experienced golfer that
focuses on fundamentals of the “Body Swing
Connection” in the golf swing. Areas covered
include developing a set-up routine, mini-swing,
and full-swing theory with all clubs. Learn the
faults and fixes for your own swing, with correct
practice techniques and drills! Final lesson in
video analysis is in the “on-range video studio”
and includes SVP take-home student CD. Fee
includes use of clubs and range balls.
Location: Dulles Golf Academy, Sterling
521722-01$275.00
Tu 6/9-7/77:00P-8:00P
521722-02$275.00
Sa
6/13-7/1110:00A-11:00A
521722-03$275.00
Tu
7/21-8/187:00P-8:00P
521722-04$275.00
Sa
7/25-8/2210:00A-11:00A
521722-05$275.00
Tu
8/25-9/227:00P-8:00P
521722-06$275.00
Sa
8/29-9/2610:00A-11:00A
SOFTBALL
DIAMOND ELITE SOFTBALL
(Ages 7-16) Learn from the best! Join CNU
Softball player Stephanie Condenzio and our
Diamond Elite staff for five-day Diamond Elite
Specialty Softball Camps. Choose from hitting
and all-around softball skills. Don’t miss these
camps! Call 703-777-0343 for more information.
Location: Stone Bridge HS, Ashburn
$138.50
Ages 7-11
521793-01
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26 9:30A-11:30A
521793-02
$138.50
Ages 12-16
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26 12:30P-2:30P
Location: Stone Bridge HS, Ashburn
$138.50
Ages 7-11
521793-03
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/29-7/3 9:30A-11:30A
521793-04
$138.50
Ages 12-16
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/29-7/3
12:30P-2:30P
Location: Stone Bridge HS, Ashburn
$138.50
Ages 7-11
521793-05
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/6-7/10 9:30A-11:30A
521793-06
$138.50
Ages 12-16
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/6-7/10
12:30P-2:30P
Location: Stone Bridge HS, Ashburn
$138.50
Ages 7-11
521793-07
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/17 9:30A-11:30A
521793-08
$138.50
Ages 12-16
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/17 12:30P-2:30P
Location: Heritage HS, Leesburg
$138.50
Ages 7-11
521793-09
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24 9:30A-11:30A
521793-10
$138.50
Ages 12-16
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24 12:30P-2:30P
Location: Heritage HS, Leesburg
$138.50
Ages 7-11
521793-11
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31 9:30A-11:30A
521793-12
$138.50
Ages 12-16
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31 12:30P-2:30P
Location: Heritage HS, Leesburg
$138.50
Ages 7-11
521793-13
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
9:30A-11:30A
521793-14
$138.50
Ages 12-16
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
12:30P-2:30P
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
aquatics
AQUATICS
*Please Note: Pool hours and fees are subject to
change. Non-county residents pay an additional
50% of fees.
claude moore
recreation center
For CMRC Aquatics Programs, refer to the CMRC
section in this guide.
FRANKLIN PARK POOL
17501 Franklin Park Drive
Purcellville, VA
540-338-7492 (Pool Season Only)
540-338-7603 (Park Office)
May 23 – June 16
M-F 4:00P-8:00P • Sa & Su 11:00A-8:00P
June 17 – Sept 7
Daily 11:00A-8:00P
Fees
WeekdayWeekend
Under 2
$1.50
$2.50
Ages 2-17
$4.50
$5.50
Ages 18-54
$5.00
$6.00
Ages 55 and over
$4.50
$5.50
After 6:00P
$2.50 all ages $3.50
10-Admission Punch Card
Ages 2-17 & 55+
$40.00
Ages 18-54
$45.00
25-Admission Punch Card
Ages 2-17 & 55+
$100.00
Ages 18-54
$112.50
Family Pass
Family of 4
$300
Add'l Family Member $25
LOVETTSVILLE
COMMUNITY POOL
57 East Broad Way, Lovettsville, VA
540-822-5508 (Pool Office)
540-822-5284 (Center Office)
www.loudoun.gov/lovettsvillecc
May 23 – June 16
M-Th 4:00P-7:00P • F 4:00-6:30pm
Sa, Su & Memorial Day: 12:00P-6:30P
June 17 – September 7
M-Th 11:00A-7:00P • F 11:00A-6:30P
July 3: 11:00A-3:00P
Sa, Su, July 4th & Labor Day: 12:00P-6:30P
703-777-0343
Fees
WeekdayWeekend
Under 2
$0.50
$1.00
Ages 2-17
$3.50
$4.00
Ages 18-54
$4.00
$4.50
Ages 55+
$3.50
$4.00
Last Hour
Under 2
$0.50
$1.00
Ages 2 & Older
$1.50
$2.00
10-Admission Punch Card
Ages 2-17 & 55+
$30.00
Ages 18-54:
$35.00
25-Admission Punch Card
Ages 2-17 & 55+
$75.00
Ages 18-54:
$87.50
Family Pass
Family of 4
$300.00
Add’l Family Member $25.00
MIDDLEBURG
COMMUNITY POOL
300 W. Washington Street
Middleburg, VA 20117
540-687-5130 (Pool)
540-687-6375 (Lessons)
ROUND HILL
AQUATIC CENTER
17010 Evening Star Drive
Round Hill, VA 20141
540-338-3125
GENERAL INFORMATION
BIRTHDAY PARTIES: FRANKLIN PARK
Franklin Park Pool is available for birthday parties Monday through Friday from 6:00 p.m.-8:00
p.m., starting May 23. The birthday party package includes admission for up to 25 participants
(including children, adults, and non-swimmers)
and tent rental for $75. All fees must be paid
in full when placing the reservation. For more
information, email [email protected]
Franklin Park will begin accepting reservations
for birthday parties May 1.
POOL PARTY PACKAGES: LOVETTSVILLE POOL
Make a splash with your friends by having your
next birthday party or family gathering at the
Lovettsville Pool. Two-hour party packages are
available for groups of up to 20 participants,
including children, adults and non-swimmers.
Reservations fee is $60, which includes tent
rental, pool admission and balloons. Please
stop by the community center office for more
information or email [email protected]
General registration begins May 14, 2015
LOVETTSVILLE POOL RENTALS
The Lovettsville Community Pool is available for
private parties on Friday, Saturday and Sunday
evenings from 7:00-9:00pm. The reservation
fee is $150 for groups up to 75 people; the fee
for out-of county groups is $225. Larger Groups
will pay an additional fee for extra lifeguard staff.
Reservations are taken on a first-come, first
serve basis. Age restrictions do apply for all rentals. Please stop by the community center office
for reservation packet and more information or
call 540-822-5284.
SWIM LESSONS
PARENT/CHILD SWIM CLASS
(Ages 12 mos–3 yrs) Through games and song,
the class will focus on water adjustment and
safety skills. Parent must be in the water. One
child per parent.
Location: Franklin Park Pool
466106-01$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 9:10A-9:40A
466106-02$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 9:10A-9:40A
466106-03$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 9:10A-9:40A
466106-04$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 9:10A-9:40A
Location: Middleburg Community Center
408703-01$60.00
Tu,W,Th 6/23-7/210:30A-11:00A
408703-02$60.00
Tu,W,Th 7/7-7/1610:30A-11:00A
408703-03$60.00
Tu,W,Th 7/21-7/3010:30A-11:00A
408703-04$60.00
Tu,W,Th 8/4-8/1310:30A-11:00A
PRESCHOOL LEVEL 1
(Ages 3-5) For first time swimmers. Child must
be able to leave parent willingly and follow
directions. Instruction will focus on successful
skill development, including: entering the water
independently, submerging face and blowing
bubbles, gliding on front for 2 body lengths,
and floating on back. Skills may be done with
support. No Skill prerequisite.
Location: Franklin Park Pool
466107-01$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 8:30A-9:00A
466107-02$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 9:45A-10:15A
466107-03$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 8:30A-9:00A
466107-04$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 9:45A-10:15A
466107-05$66.00
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M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 8:30A-9:00A
466107-06$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 9:45A-10:15A
466107-07$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 8:30A-9:00A
466107-08$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 9:45A-10:15A
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool
428101-01$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 10:15A-10:45A
428101-02$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 9:30A-10:00A
428101-03$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 10:15A-10:45A
428101-04$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 10:15A-10:45A
Location: Middleburg Community Center
408704-01$60.00
Tu,W,Th6/23-7/29:45A-10:15A
408704-02$60.00
Tu,W,Th7/7-7/169:45A-10:15A
408704-03$60.00
Tu,W,Th 7/21-7/309:45A-10:15A
408704-04$60.00
Tu,W,Th8/4-8/139:45A-10:15A
PRESCHOOL LEVEL 2
(Ages 3-5) Instruction will focus on successful
skill development, including: opening eyes
underwater and retrieving an object, front glide/
float, back glide/float, treading water, and use of
a combined arm and leg action on front. All skills
may be done with or without support. Prerequisite: Child must be able to complete goals of
Preschool Level 1.
Location: Franklin Park Pool
466108-01$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 8:30A-9:00A
466108-02$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 9:45A-10:20A
466108-03$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 8:30A-9:00A
466108-04$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 9:45A-10:15A
466108-05$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 8:30A-9:00A
466108-06$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 9:45A-10:15A
466108-07$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 8:30A-9:00A
466108-08$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 9:45A-10:15A
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool
428102-01$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 8:45A-9:15A
428102-04$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 8:00A-8:30A
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428102-05$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 8:45A-9:15A
428102-06$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 8:00A-8:30A
428102-07$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 9:30A-10:00A
428102-08$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th 7/20-7/3010:15A-10:45A
428102-09$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 8:45A-9:15A
428102-10$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 10:15A-10:45A
PRESCHOOL LEVEL 3
(Ages 3-6) Instruction will focus on successful
skill development, including: fully submerging
and hold breath for 10 seconds, bobbing, introductory rotary breathing, float in a face down
position, treading water for 30 seconds, and
using a combined leg and arm action on front for
5 body lengths. Prerequisite: Child must be able
to complete goals of Preschool Level 2.
Location: Franklin Park Pool
466109-01$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 8:30A-9:00A
466109-02$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 9:45A-10:15A
466109-03$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 8:30A-9:00A
466109-04$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 9:45A-10:15A
466109-05$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 8:30A-9:00A
466109-06$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 9:45A-10:15A
466109-07$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 8:30A-9:00A
466109-08$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 9:45A-10:15A
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool
428103-01$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 8:00A-8:30A
428103-03$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 8:45A-9:15A
428103-04$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 8:00A-8:30A
428103-06$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 9:30A-10:00A
LEARN TO SWIM LEVEL 1
(Ages 6-12) For first time swimmers. Instruction
will focus on successful skill development, including: opening eyes underwater and retrieving submerged object, alternating leg action,
alternating arm action, gliding on front for 2 body
lengths and floating on back for 5 seconds. No
skill prerequisite.
Location: Franklin Park Pool
466125-01$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 9:10A-9:40A
466125-02$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 10:20A-10:40A
466125-03$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 9:10A-9:40A
466125-04$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 9:10A-9:40A
466125-05$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 9:10A-9:40A
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool
428201-01$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 10:15A-10:45A
428201-02$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 10:15A-10:45A
LEARN TO SWIM LEVEL 2
(Ages 6-12) Instruction will focus on successful
skill development, including: fully submerging
and hold breath for 10 seconds, introduction to
rotary breathing, combined leg and arm action
on front and back, treading water; swimming 5
body lengths on front, roll to back, float on back
for 15 seconds then continue for 5 body lengths
. Prerequisite: Child must be able to complete
objectives of Learn to Swim Level 1.
Location: Franklin Park Pool
466126-01$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 9:10A-9:40A
466126-02$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 10:20A-10:50A
466126-03$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 9:10A-9:40A
466126-04$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 10:20A-10:50A
466126-05$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 9:10A-9:40A
466126-06$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th 7/20-7/3010:20A-10:50A
466126-07$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 9:10A-9:40A
466126-08$66.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 10:20A-10:50A
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool
428202-01$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 8:45A-9:15A
428202-03$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 9:30A-10:00A
428202-04$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th 7/20-7/3010:15A-10:45A
LEARN TO SWIM LEVEL 2-3
(Ages 5 and up) Students learn to float without
support and the beginning of true locomotion
skills adding to the self-help and basic rescue
skills learned in Level 1. Pre-registration and
payment required by calling 540-687-6375.
Location: Middleburg Community Center
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
aquatics
408705-01$60.00
Tu,W,Th6/23-7/2 9:00A-9:30A
408705-02$60.00
Tu,W,Th7/7-7/16 9:00A-9:30A
408705-03$60.00
Tu,W,Th7/21-7/309:00A-9:30A
408705-04$60.00
Tu,W,Th8/4-8/13 9:00A-9:30A
LEARN TO SWIM LEVEL 3
(Ages 6-12) Instruction will focus on successful
skill development, including: swim front crawl 15
yards, change direction and swim elementary
backstroke 15 yards; tread/float for 1 minute,
scissor kick, and swim front crawl or elementary
backstroke 25 yards. Prerequisite: Child must
be able to complete objectives of Learn to Swim
Level 2.
Location: Franklin Park Pool
466127-01$71.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 9:10A-9:55A
466127-02$71.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 9:10A-9:55A
466127-03$71.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 10:00A-10:45A
466127-04$71.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 9:10A-9:55A
466127-05$71.00
M,Tu,W,Th 7/20-7/3010:00A-10:45A
466127-06$71.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 9:10A-9:55A
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool
428203-01$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 8:00A-8:30A
428203-02$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 8:45A-9:15A
428203-03$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 8:45A-9:15A
428203-04$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 9:30A-10:00A
428203-05$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 9:30A-10:00A
LEARN TO SWIM LEVEL 4
(Ages 7-12) Instruction will focus on successful
skill development, including: performing a feetfirst entry, swimming front crawl and elementary
backstroke for 25 yards, swimming breaststroke
and back crawl for 15 yards, and swimming
underwater for 3 to 5 body lengths. Prerequisites: Child must be able to complete objectives
of Learn to Swim Level 3.
Location: Franklin Park Pool
466128-01$71.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-7/2 10:00A-10:45A
466128-02$71.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 9:10A-9:55A
466128-03$71.00
703-777-0343
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/16 10:00A-10:45A
466128-04$71.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 9:10A-9:55A
466128-05$71.00
M,Tu,W,Th 7/20-7/3010:00A-10:45A
466128-06$71.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 10:00A-10:45A
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool
428204-01$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/30 8:00A-8:30A
428204-03$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 8:45A-9:15A
LEARN TO SWIM LEVEL 4-5
(Ages 5 and up) Students further coordinate
front and back crawl. Introduction to elementary
back stroke and fundamentals of treading water.
Pre-registration and payment is by required
calling 540-687-6375.
Location: Middleburg Community Center
408706-01$60.00
Tu,W,Th6/23-7/2 8:15A-8:45A
408706-02$60.00
Tu,W,Th7/7-7/16 8:15A-8:45A
408706-03$60.00
Tu,W,Th 7/21-7/308:15A-8:45A
408706-04$60.00
Tu,W,Th8/4-8/13 8:15A-8:45A
LEARN TO SWIM LEVEL 5
(Ages 7-12) Instruction will focus on successful
skill development, including: shallow angle dives,
surface dives, flip turns, treading water, swimming front crawl and elementary backstroke for
50 yard; swimming breaststroke, sidestroke,
and back crawl for 25 yards. Prerequisite: Child
must be able to complete objectives of Learn to
Swim 4.
Location: Franklin Park Pool
466129-01$71.00
M,Tu,W,Th 7/20-7/3010:00A-10:45A
466129-02$71.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 10:00A-10:45A
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool
428205-01$55.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/13 8:00A-8:30A
PRIVATE SWIM LESSON
(Age 3 & up) Private lesson prices include four
consecutive, one-on-one lessons.
Location: Franklin Park Pool
466130-01$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-6/25 8:30A-9:00A
466130-02$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2 8:30A-9:00A
466130-03$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/9
8:30A-9:00A
466130-04$101.00
General registration begins May 14, 2015
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/9
8:30A-9:00A
466130-05$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/9 9:45A-10:15A
466130-06$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/9 10:20A-10:50A
466130-07$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/13-7/16 8:30A-9:00A
466130-08$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/13-7/16 8:30A-9:00A
466130-09$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/13-7/16 9:45A-10:15A
466130-10$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th 7/13-7/1610:20A-10:50A
466130-11$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/23 8:30A-9:00A
466130-12$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/23 8:30A-9:00A
466130-13$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/23 9:45A-10:15A
466130-14$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th 7/20-7/2310:20A-10:50A
466130-15$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/27-7/30 8:30A-9:00A
466130-16$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/27-7/30 8:30A-9:00A
466130-17$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/27-7/30 9:45A-10:15A
466130-18$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th 7/27-7/3010:20A-10:50A
466130-19$101.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/6
8:30A-9:00A
WATER WORKOUT
(Ages 15 & up) A well balanced and thorough
water exercise program. Purchase a fitness
punch card for $100, good for 15 classes
(inquire in the center office for other fitness
classes included on the card) Drop-in available
for $8.00. Instructor: Barbara Talbott/
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool
M,W,F 6/17-8/149:30A-10:30A
Tu,Th 6/18-8/137:00P-8:00P
New! SWIM CONDITIONING
(Ages 18 & up) Swimming is a great low impact
cardio workout. This class is targeted to those
who want to refine their strokes while getting a
great workout. Instructor: Tami Carlow.
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool
428701-01$88.00
Tu,Th 7/7-7/307:00P-8:00P
428701-02$88.00
Tu,Th 8/4-8/277:00P-8:00P
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BANSHEE REEKS
NATURE PRESERVE
21085 The Woods Rd.
Leesburg, VA 20175
703-669-0316
Sa-Su 8:00A-4:00P
www.loudoun.gov/bansheereeks
Enjoy the beauty of this unique 725-acre nature
preserve in the heart of Loudoun County! The preserve consists of successional fields, hardwood
forests, wetlands and riparian habitat. Banshee
Reeks strives to protect the rich natural environments of its varied plant and animal populations.
Goose Creek, a State Scenic River, encompassing abundant and diverse wildlife and associated habitats, runs more than two miles along the
border of Banshee Reeks. The preserve is open to
the public every Saturday and Sunday from 8:00
a.m. until 4:00 p.m. It is also open to organized
groups that secure an access permit from the
preserve manager in advance.
Instructors Wanted!
We’re looking for instructors who are willing to
share their talents in nature and education with
the community. Call 571-258-3744 for more
information.
Volunteer Opportunities
The third Saturday of each month, is Volunteer
Day at Banshee Reeks, beginning at 9:00 a.m.
This is a great way to become more familiar
with the preserve and meet people who share
a common interest in nature, history and the
environment. Activities vary with indoor and
outdoor projects. Children under 16 must be
accompanied by an adult. Volunteer Day is held
regardless of weather conditions.
TRAILS ARE OPEN
Bring the family and enjoy 20 miles of trails
at Loudoun County’s only nature preserve. No
registration required.
Birding Banshee
(Ages 14 & up) Join the Friends of Banshee
Reeks and Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy for
guided bird walks. These free, guided walks
begin at 8:00 a.m. and are held on the second
Saturday of each month. These walks provide
beginner and experienced birders a chance to
see some spectacular birds. Bring binoculars.
Guided WalkAbouts
Special guided walkabouts can be provided to
scout groups, school classes and community
organizations. Scout groups can earn Activity
Pins, Try-Its or Merit Badges. School groups can
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observe aspects of nature that they study in the
classroom. These walkabouts can be used to introduce groups to some of the special ecological
characteristics, historical resources and wildlife
habitats of the preserve. Fee: $3/person, with
$18 minimum for one-hour walkabouts. Call
571-258-3744 for more information.
zoo home. We will use our imaginations to create
animal crafts, our voices to create their sounds
and our bodies to create their movements.
Instructor: Noelle Bravo.
406104-01$32.00
M,W 6/1-6/312:00P-2:00P
BLUEMONT
COMMUNITY CENTER
PIRATES!
(Ages 3-5) Explore and learn about pirate ships
and hidden treasures. Bring a snack. Instructor:
Kim Harper.
406112-01
$54.00 (+$3 supplies)
Tu,W,Th6/2-6/4 9:00A-12:00P
33846 Snickersville Pike
Bluemont, VA 20135
540-554-8643
M-Th 7:00A-8:30P
F 7:00A-6:30P
Supply & material fees are payable
to the instructor at the first class.
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps at
Bluemont Community Center in
the 2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
LICENSED PROGRAMS
CHILDCARE
(Ages 3-5) Looking for the perfect childcare
solution? Our full and half-time childcare
program provides a safe, healthy, learning environment. Full-time care: $215/week. Half-time
care: $189/week or $165/week depending on
schedule. Call the center at 540-554-4838 for
space availability.
PRESCHOOL 2015/16 SCHOOL YEAR
(Ages 3-5) We offer a nine-month preschool program which follows the Loudoun County school
calendar. The Virginia Department of Social
Services requires proof of current immunizations,
proof of age and a child care application form.
Our program follows Creative Curriculum Approach to Learning. Call the center for available
openings.
PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS
THE ZOO CREW
(Ages 4-5) Come join us as we take a closer look
at the wonderful and exciting animals that call a
LIFE IN A POND
(Ages 4-5) Frogs, turtles, fish and more! Children
will learn all about the happenings in a pond.
Classes will include stories, activities and crafts.
We will also make an edible treat to be enjoyed
in class on Thursday. Instructor: Amanda Collins.
406105-01
$48.00 (+$2 supplies)
Tu,Th 6/2-6/49:00A-12:00P
New! FUN FRIDAYS
(Ages 3-5) Join your friends for some fun times.
This class will consist of crafts, literature time,
and play time. Bring a snack. No peanuts or tree
nuts please.
406107-01$24.00
F
6/5-6/59:00A-12:00P
406107-02$24.00
F
6/12-6/129:00A-12:00P
New! COUNTING SPROUTS
(Ages 3-5) Counting Sprouts is a new Science,
Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) program
for preschoolers. Our camp offers Interactive
Learning Stations where your child has the
opportunity to grow and develop their knowledge
through a hands-on approach. Bring a lunch.
Instructor: Pam Hummel.$20 supply fee for all
sections.
406101-01
$96.00 Beyond the Barnyard
M,W,F 6/8-6/129:00A-1:00P
406101-02
$96.00
Birds & Insects
M,W,F 6/22-6/269:00A-1:00P
406101-03
$96.00
Garden Growers
M,W,F 7/6-7/109:00A-1:00P
406101-04
$96.00
Beach Creatures
M,W,F 7/20-7/249:00A-1:00P
ERIC CARLE AFTERNOON
(Ages 3-5) An afternoon filled with stories and
crafts from one of our favorite authors, Eric Carle! Bring a lunch. Instructor: Sally Thibodeaux.
406108-01$12.00
M
6/8-6/812:00P-1:30P
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
BLUEMONT COMMUNITY CENTER
FUN IN THE SUN
(Ages 3-5) Fun activities include water play, bubbles and fun in the sun. Bring a snack. Instructor:
Amanda Collins.
406106-01
$54.00 (+$3 supplies)
Tu,W,Th6/9-6/119:00A-12:00P
New! UP, UP & AWAY
(Ages 3-5) Come explore the clouds with us!
Class will involve circle time, crafts and snack
making all based on the common theme of
Clouds! Instructor: Noelle Bravo.
406109-01$12.00
Tu
6/9-6/912:15P-1:45P
New! SUMMER BOOK BUDDIES
(Ages 3.5-5) Let’s keep your child’s interest in
children’s literature over the summer. Pack a
lunch and we will pack in the fun. Instructor: Kim
Harper.
406110-01
$20.00 (+$1 supplies)
W
6/10-6/1012:00P-2:30P
406110-02
$20.00 (+$1 supplies)
W
7/8-7/812:00P-2:30P
406110-03
$20.00 (+$1 supplies)
W
8/12-8/1212:00P-2:30P
New! COOK-A-DOODLE-DOO
(Ages 4-5) Celebrate National Strawberry Shortcake Day, which is June 14. We will celebrate by
reading books, doing crafts, and playing games
all related to strawberries. We will then make
our own strawberry shortcake to eat in class.
Instructor: Amanda Collins.
406111-01
$16.00 (+$3 supplies)
Th
6/11-6/1112:15P-2:00P
NURSERY RHYMES MADE FUN
(Ages 3-5) Join Ms. Kathi as we explore the
world of nursery rhymes. Class will include a
multitude of learning activities that may include
cooking, art, science, math and story time.
Instructor: Kathi Hottinger.
406120-01
$20.00 (+$5 supplies)
Sa
6/13-6/138:00A-10:30A
406120-02
$20.00 (+$5 supplies)
Sa
6/27-6/278:00A-10:30A
406120-03
$20.00 (+$5 supplies)
Sa
7/11-7/118:00A-10:30A
406120-04
$20.00 (+$5 supplies)
Sa
8/8-8/88:00A-10:30A
406120-05
$20.00 (+$5 supplies)
Sa
8/22-8/228:00A-10:30A
New! NATIONAL PICNIC DAY
(Ages 3-5) Pack some favorite foods and spend
time outdoors having a picnic.
406113-01$11.00
Th
6/18-6/1812:00P-1:30P
540-554-8643
MODELING WITH CLAYS
(Ages 3-5) Participants will be experiencing
different types of clays through molding, cutting,
shaping and scratching. They will be using natural and man-made polimers to create several
pieces of art. Be ready to get messy. Bring a
lunch. Instructor: Sally Thibodeaux.
406114-01
$12.00 (+$3 supplies)
M
6/22-6/2212:00P-1:30P
SOCCER, SHOT & GOAL
(Ages 3-5) Soccer for beginners. Focusing on
the basic soccer fundamentals and skills. Class
is held at Bluemont Community Center.
406128-01$14.00
M
6/22-6/293:30P-4:30P
New! SUMMER BON-API-TOTS
(Ages 3-5) Let’s continue trying new and easy
recipes once a month for the summer. Your kids
will receive an understanding and a basic idea
of cooking in the kitchen. Instructor: Amanda
Collins.
406115-01
$16.00 (+$2 supplies)
W
6/24-6/2412:00P-2:00P
406115-02
$16.00 (+$2 supplies)
W
7/15-7/1512:00P-2:00P
406115-03
$16.00 (+$2 supplies)
W
8/12-8/1212:00P-2:00P
New! ADVENTURES ACROSS THE MAP WITH
CHARITY
(Ages 3-5) Join us this summer as we take
imaginary trips on new adventures. One week,
we’ll travel to Hawaii where we’ll make paper-mache volcanoes that really erupt; another
week, we’ll visit Fairytale Land and meet friends
including the Three Billy Goats Gruf; on yet
another week, we’ll explore our own backyards
creating terrariums with native plants. Each twoday program will be filled with stories, crafts and
outdoor fun. Bring a lunch and snack. Instructor:
Charity Danjczek. $3 supply fee all sections.
406102-01$48.00
Hawaii
Tu,Th 6/30-7/29:00A-12:00P
406102-02$48.00
NASA/Rockets
Tu,Th 7/7-7/99:00A-12:00P
406102-03$48.00
Alaska/Snow/Polar Bears
Tu,Th 7/14-7/169:00A-12:00P
406102-04
$48.00 Kansas & Tornadoes
Tu,Th 7/21-7/239:00A-12:00P
406102-05
$48.00
Fairytale Land
Tu,Th 7/28-7/309:00A-12:00P
406102-06$48.00
Arizona/Cactus
Tu,Th 8/4-8/69:00A-12:00P
406102-07$48.00 Virginia/Terrariums
Tu,Th 8/11-8/139:00A-12:00P
406102-08$48.00 Georgia/Pirates
Tu,Th 8/18-8/209:00A-12:00P
General registration begins May 14, 2015
PRESCHOOL FOOTBALL TRAINING CAMP
(Ages 3-5) Young football players will learn the
basics of football. Skills in safety, throwing,
catching, and running will be taught. Class is
taught at the center.
406126-01$21.00
M
7/6-7/203:30P-4:30P
New! LEARNING THROUGH MOVEMENT
(Ages 3-5) Movement experiences are beneficial
to optimal brain development, so why not teach
Art, Language, Math, Music, Science and Social
Studies through movement. Children love to
move, so let’s get a MOVE on learning. Instructor: Kathi Hottinger.
406122-01$16.00
Th
7/16-7/1612:15P-2:15P
406122-02$16.00
Th
7/30-7/3012:15P-2:15P
406122-03$16.00
Th
8/13-8/1312:15P-2:15P
406122-04$16.00
Th
8/27-8/2712:15P-2:15P
New! JURASSIC DAY
(Ages 3-5) Let’s venture back millions of years to
explore the life of some of history’s most interesting dinosaurs through play and crafts. Bring a
lunch. Instructor: Sally Thibodeaux.
406116-01$12.00
M
7/20-7/2012:00P-1:30P
New! CHRISTMAS IN JULY
(Ages 3-5) Even though the holiday is far off,
let’s do something fun and different on a hot
summer day. We will sing Christmas songs, bake
and decorate cookies and, of course, read the
traditional Twas the Night Before Christmas.
406117-01
$14.00 (+$1 supplies)
Th
7/23-7/231:00P-3:00P
SUMMER TEE BALL
(Ages 3-5) Young baseball players will learn
many basic skills needed for tee ball. Skills in
safety, hitting, fielding, throwing and running will
be taught. Class is taught at the center.
406125-01$21.00
M
8/3-8/173:30P-4:30P
New! MESSY FRIDAYS
(Ages 3-5) We will be exploring science, math,
art, social studies and some just plain fun water
play activities on this fun filled messy Friday.
These activities are wet and messy; you’ll want
to send a change of clothes. Instructor: Kathi
Hottinger.
406121-01$32.00
F
8/7-8/79:00A-1:00P
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BLUEMONT COMMUNITY CENTER
406121-02$32.00
F
8/21-8/219:00A-1:00P
LET’S ALL GO TO THE ZOO
(Ages 3-5) Come and learn all about the exotic
animals that call the zoo home through play,
sounds and crafts. Bring a lunch. Instructor: Sally
Thibodeaux.
406118-01$12.00
M
8/10-8/1012:00P-1:30P
BUGS LIFE
(Ages 3-5) Learn about the bugs that live around
and on us every day through play and crafts.
Bring a lunch. Instructor: Sally Thibodeaux.
406103-01$12.00
M
8/24-8/2412:00P-1:30P
New! KINDERGARTEN BOOT CAMP
(Ages 4½-5) Ms. Magan will help get your child
back into a basic school routine before the first
day of kindergarten. Over three mornings of
outside play, arts and crafts, science projects
and songs, your child will gain the confidence
needed to ward off some of those first day jitters.
Please provide a small snack and water bottle.
Pre-requisite: must be entering into Kindergarten. Instructor: Magan Earnshaw.
406119-01$72.00
Tu,W,Th 8/25-8/278:00A-11:00A
ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS
ELEMENTARY ART
(Ages 6-11) Participants will be using basic
media including charcoal, chalks, oil pastels and
water color pencils to create a work of art in
each media. Instructor: Sally Thibodeaux.
406211-01$24.00
M,W,F6/1-6/5 3:00P-4:00P
New! CELEBRATE NATIONAL STRAWBERRY
SHORTCAKE DAY
(Ages 7-10) June 14 is National Strawberry
Shortcake Day, so let’s celebrate a few days early and learn to make a delicious shortcake recipe
that we can duplicate at home for our family.
406212-01
$12.00 (+$2 supplies)
W
6/10-6/105:00P-6:30P
New! DISCOVERING GREAT ARTISTS
(Ages 5-10) Come let your young artist explore
invention, shadowy faces, color collage and
more. We will use hands-on art explorations
to experience the styles and techniques of the
great masters, from the Renaissance to the
present. Instructor: Kathi Hottinger.
406205-01
$16.00 (+$2 supplies)
Sa
6/13-6/1311:00A-1:00P
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540-554-8643
406205-02
Sa
406205-03
Sa
406205-04
Sa
406205-05
Sa
$16.00 (+$2 supplies)
6/27-6/2711:00A-1:00P
$16.00 (+$2 supplies)
7/11-7/1111:00A-1:00P
$16.00 (+$2 supplies)
8/8-8/811:00A-1:00P
$16.00 (+$2 supplies)
8/22-8/2211:00A-1:00P
DESSERT CHEFS
(Ages 6-10) Everyone likes to eat dessert! Children will learn to make simple desserts that they
can recreate at home to share with their families.
Instructor: Erin Murphy.
406213-01
$8.00 (+$2 supplies)
M
6/15-6/156:00P-7:00P
406213-02
$8.00 (+$2 supplies)
M
6/29-6/296:00P-7:00P
New! EVENING PICNIC
(Ages 6-10) Today is National Picnic Day. Bring
along your picnic and join us in for an evening of
games and fun for you and your friends.
406216-01$11.00
Th
6/18-6/185:00P-6:30P
POINTILLISM
(Ages 5-10) Explore the art of Seurat and his
technique of creating art through the use of
colored dots. Instructor: Sally Thibodeaux.
406202-01$8.00
M
6/22-6/223:00P-4:00P
BASICS OF SOCCER
(Ages 6-8) Soccer for beginners. Focusing on
the basic soccer fundamentals and skills. Class
is held at the center.
406201-01$14.00
Tu
6/23-6/303:30P-4:30P
New! STORY TIME LIVE - LITTLE RED HEN
(Ages 6-10) During this class, children will bring
a story book favorite to life! The Little Red Hen
is a great story to teach social studies, science,
math and so much more. Children will participate
in related activities, baking their own cornbread
just like the Little Red Hen, and help make props
to act out the story at the end of the session for
their families. Instructor: Kathi Hottinger.
406217-01
$160.00 (+$2 supplies)
W,Th,F 6/24-7/173:00P-4:45P
BASICS OF FOOTBALL
(Ages 6-8) Elementary football players will learn
the basics of football. Players will develop skills
in safety, throwing, catching and running. Class
is held at the center.
406209-01$21.00
Tu
7/7-7/213:30P-4:30P
FLOWERS LIKE GEORGIA O’KEEFFE
(Ages 6-8) Students will make a fantastic piece
of art in the artistic style of Georgia O’Keeffe.
406207-01$8.00
Tu
7/14-7/144:00P-5:00P
New! BACKYARD BARBEQUE
(Ages 6-12) Parents, sign your children up for
a fun evening of picnic foods and games. While
you have an evening to yourself, your children
will eat and having fun with friends playing
backyard games. Hot dogs and macaroni salad
are featured on the menu.
406218-01$20.00
F
7/17-7/176:00P-8:30P
LAVENDER WANDS
(Ages 6-12) Learn to make wands using fresh
grown lavender. Instructor: Kim Labash.
406215-01
$8.00 (+5 supplies)
Th
7/23-7/234:30P-5:30P
CARTOON ART
(Ages 6-12) All kids like to draw cartoon characters. Children will learn different techniques of
drawing. You will also create your own cartoon
characters.
406210-01$14.00
Tu,Th 7/28-7/304:00P-5:00P
New! SURREALISM
(Ages 8-12) We’ll explore the art of Max Ernst
and Salvador Dali while they were involved in
the surrealist movement of subconscious art.
Instructor: Sally Thibodeaux.
406203-01$8.00
W
7/29-7/293:00P-4:00P
New! STORY TIME LIVE - STONE SOUP
(Ages 6-10) Stone Soup is a great story to help
children learn about sharing, being kind and
what it means to be neighborly. On the last day
of class, children will put on a short play production for their families. Instructor: Kathi Hottinger.
406219-01
$144.00 (+$2 supplies)
W,Th,F 7/29-8/143:00P-4:45P
New! IMPRESSIONISM
(Ages 8-12) Explore the art of Claude Monet
and express the artist’s perception of “plein air”
painting of nature. Instructor: Sally Thibodeaux.
406204-01$8.00
F
7/31-7/313:00P-4:00P
BASICS OF BASEBALL
(Ages 6-8) Elementary age baseball players will
learn many basic skills needed for tee ball. Players will develop skills in safety, hitting, fielding,
throwing and running. Class is held at the center.
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
BLUEMONT COMMUNITY CENTER
540-554-8643
406208-01$21.00
Tu
8/4-8/183:30P-4:30P
SUNSETS AND SILHOUETTES
(Ages 6-10) Create your own sunset using
watercolors, tempera paints, pastels or colored
pencils. Then, create a silhouette out of black
paper for your own work of art. Class is based on
participants’ own creativeness.
406214-01$16.00
Tu,W 8/4-8/55:00P-6:00P
SKETCHING THE GREAT OUTDOORS
(Ages 6-11) We will use an artistic eye and
sketch the landscape, including the rolling hills
of Loudoun.
406206-01$14.00
W
8/12-8/194:00P-5:00P
ADULT PROGRAMS
GET FIT WITH LINDA
(Ages 18 & up) A fun workout that continues
all summer long at Bluemont. Workout includes
stretching, aerobics and matwork. Instructor:
Linda Sapp.
406501-01$56.00
M,W,F 6/1-6/179:15A-10:15A
PAINTING W/ACRYLICS
(Ages 18 & up) Learn the basics of painting with
acrylics. Students must provide canvas, brushes
and acrylic paints.
406505-01$40.00
Th
7/9-7/307:00P-8:30P
406505-02$40.00
Th
8/6-8/277:00P-8:30P
LAVENDER SPA SUPPLY MAKING CLASS
(Ages 18 & up) Learn to make lavender spritz,
lavender bath salts and lavender tub tea bags
- all from fresh grown lavender. Instructor: Kim
Labash.
406506-01
$7.00 (+$5 supplies)
Th
8/13-8/137:00P-8:00P
Register
Online!
Visit www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
SENIOR PROGRAMS
SENIOR HIKE
(Ages 55 & up) Start your day with a brisk walk
before the temperatures start to get hot. Meet at
the center. Instructor: Linda Sapp
406601-01$8.00
Tu
6/2-6/239:00A-10:00A
MULTIAGE PROGRAMS
BASIC HATHA YOGA
(Ages 16 & up) Hatha Yoga Flow combines
traditional yoga poses into a sequence of movements that flow with the breath. Students will
improve strength, balance, flexibility and sense
of well-being through mindful movements and
poses. Prior yoga experience is helpful, but not
required. Bring a light blanket for cover during
deep relaxation. Instructor: Stuart Hill.
406715-01$108.00
Tu,Th 6/2-6/309:00A-10:00A
406715-02$108.00
Tu,Th 7/2-7/309:00A-10:00A
406715-03$96.00
Tu,Th 8/4-8/279:00A-10:00A
EVENING BASIC HATHA YOGA
(Ages 16 & up) See description for Basic Hatha
Yoga. Instructor: Stuart Hill.
406705-01$48.00
W
6/3-6/246:30P-7:45P
406705-02$48.00
W
7/1-7/296:30P-7:45P
406705-03$48.00
W
8/5-8/266:30P-7:45P
New! PORTRAITS: HUMAN & ANIMALS
(Ages 8 & up) Create portraits of people and animals in pencil. We will learn the basics of form,
proportion, shading and finishing techniques.
Instructor: Sally Thibodeaux.
406703-01$8.00
M
6/15-6/153:00P-4:00P
New! CHOCOLATE DELIGHT
(Ages 13-18) For the chocolate lovers out there.
Come join us as we use one of our favorite
ingredients to make simple desserts to share
with family and friends.
406713-01
$24.00 (+$3 supplies)
Tu
6/23-6/306:30P-8:00P
New! PARACHUTE GAMES
(Ages 4-6) Enjoy an hour of games with the
parachute. There are so many games to play
with a chute that we will just not get to all of
them.
General registration begins May 14, 2015
406702-01$7.00
Th
6/25-6/254:00P-5:00P
PAJAMA CLUB
(Ages 3-10) Kids can come and hang out in the
PJ’s for a few hours while parents go and enjoy
an evening out. Pizza and drinks will be provided.
Must register by 6/24/15.
406711-01$25.00
F
6/26-6/266:00P-9:00P
LEARN TO CROCHET
(Ages 8 & up) Learn basic instruction on the different crochet stitches and how to read patterns,
use different weights of yarn and create a small
project. Each student will be given their own
crochet hook and yarn to take home. Instructor:
Sally Thibodeaux.
406708-01
$12.00 (+$5 supplies)
M
6/29-6/296:00P-7:30P
New! LATCH KEY COOKING CLUB
(Ages 12-16) Attention - parents who work late!
This class is meant to introduce your early teen
to the necessity of cooking. Ms. Amanda will
help your child become comfortable enough in
the kitchen to prepare a simple, well-balanced
meal on those nights you must work late.
Instructor: Amanda Collins.
406712-01$36.00
Tu
7/7-7/216:30P-8:00P
406712-02$36.00
Tu
8/4-8/186:30P-8:00P
SKETCHING STILL LIVES
(Ages 15 & up) This is a fun class geared toward
sketching a variety of still life. You will develop
skills in shadowing and shapes. Instructor: Don
Stinnette.
406707-01$14.00
W
7/8-7/154:00P-5:00P
ANIME, CHIBA & MINI’S
(Ages 8 & up) A step by step ‘how to’ on making
Japanese cartoon art, from everything kawaii
(small and cute) to full size anime characters.
Instructor: Sally Thibodeaux.
406706-01$24.00
M,W,F 7/13-7/173:00P-4:00P
CREATIVE GIRLS CLUB
(Ages 12-15) Join a craft club geared just to
girls your own age. We will learn fun, crafty skills
as we hang out in a positive environment. We
will decide what types of crafts we would like to
try like sewing, painting, sketching and more.
So, come out and help set the course! Instructor:
Sally Thibodeaux.
406714-01$36.00
M
7/13-7/275:00P-6:30P
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CARVER CENTER
MUSIC TOGETHER
(Ages Birth-5 yrs) Music Together is an internationally, recognized music and movement
program for babies, children and the grownups who love them. Families will sing, dance,
play instruments and have a blast during the
45-minute class.
406701-01$16.00
W
7/22-7/224:15P-5:00P
406701-02$16.00
W
7/29-7/294:15P-5:00P
New! CREATIVE WRITING FOR YOUNG MEN
(Ages 12 & up) This is a week-long, male-only
class to jump start the creative process in a
sharing atmosphere. We provide a place to
learn, share and grow your creative writing skills.
Instructor: Sally Thibodeaux.
406709-01$36.00
M,W,Th8/3-8/6 6:00P-7:30P
New! POETRY FOR YOUNG LADIES
(Ages 12 & up) Join this week long, girls-only
class to jump start the creative process in a
sharing atmosphere. It’s a great place to learn
new skills ideas and grow your poetic skills.
Instructor: Sally Thibodeaux.
406710-01$36.00
M,W,Th 8/17-8/206:00P-7:30P
See You at
Summer
Camp!
571-258-3400
200 Willie Palmer Way
Purcellville, VA 20132
571-258-3400
www.loudoun.gov/carver
M-F 9:00A-9:00P, Sa 9:00A-6:00P
proving your posture, strength and muscle definition. Next, work your lower body for improved
balance, muscle endurance and core strength.
End the week with deep stretching to improve
flexibility. Instructor: Jill Perla.
430704-01$120.00
Tu,Th,F 5/19-6/268:15A-8:45A
430704-02$120.00
Tu,Th,F7/28-9/4 8:15A-8:45A
MEMBERSHIP & PROGRAMS
Carver Center provides programming for all
ages. We run senior programs for active adult
participants 55 and older weekdays from 9 a.m2 p.m., with memberships available. We offer
classes for all ages from 2 p.m-9 p.m. weekdays
and 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturdays. Please register
for all classes/events at least one week before
start date.
TAI CHI: BEGINNER
(Ages 16 & up) A martial art that teaches
strength, balance, relaxation and flexibility
through the learning and group repetition of a
sequence of slow motion movements. This class
covers the 24 position form. Instructor: Trudy
Weaver.
430713-01$87.00
M
6/15-8/37:00P-8:00P
FACILITY DROP-IN FEES
Ages 55 & up (non-members)
$2.00
Ages 17 & under
$1.50
Ages 18-54 $2/limited use, $3/full access
TAI CHI: INTERMEDIATE
(Ages 16 & up) See description for Beginners.
This class covers the 48-position form. Instructor: Trudy Weaver.
430714-01$87.00
M
6/15-8/36:00P-7:00P
CARVER
CENTER
MULTIAGE PROGRAMS
M-F 2:00P-9:00P
Sa 9:00A-6:00P
The following programs are for multiple
ages, including seniors.
FINE AND APPLIED ARTS
HANDWORK
(Ages 18 & up) This weekly group meets to visit
and relax in the Carver Library while working on
knitting, crocheting, and any other kind of easily
transported handwork. New participants always
welcome!
430728-01
Tu ongoing7:00P-9:00P
HEALTH& FITNESS
Registration is
on going now!
www.loudoun.
gov/camps
BODY SCULPTING
(Ages 15 & up) Tighten and shape your muscles
using resistance bands and dumbbells. Abdominal work and a cool-down stretch to improve
flexibility are included. Bring a mat. Instructor:
Jill Perla.
430703-01$100.00
M,W 7/27-9/25:15P-6:00P
PILATES
(Ages 16 & up) First, work your upper body- im-
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KICKBOXING
(Ages 12 & up) A terrific workout which combines drills with no-contact sparring! Purchase
a punch card for $100 for 12 classes. Cards
remain valid for six months. Instructor: Mahesh
Pathirana.
430722-01$100.00
Sa
ongoing10:30A-11:30A
DANCE PROGRAMS
JERRY’S JUKEBOX
(Ages 14 & up) Enjoy a beautiful, large dance
floor, music, a relaxed atmosphere and a helping
hand for people who are learning to dance.
Non-members pay a $2 drop-in fee. Under 14
may attend if accompanied by an adult. Leader:
Jerry Smith.
430729-01
2nd Tu
ongoing
7:15P-8:30P
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
(All ages) Get a free taste of Carver while helping
to strengthen neighborhood spirit by coming out
for this family-centered community event. We
will be offering tasty refreshments and DJ Sky
Dantinne will be spinning tunes for dancing in
our spacious and beautiful Grand Hall.
430712-01
Tu8/4 6:00P-8:00P
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
CARVER CENTER
SOCIALIZING &
ENTERTAINMENT
MONTHLY MOVIE NIGHT
(Ages 18 & up) Come to Carver for an evening
of film viewing on the large Smart TV in the Club
Room. We will feature an assortment of carefully
selected recent releases and older films. Price
includes popcorn and bottled water.
430727-01
$1/Ages 55 and up, $3/18-54
1st Th
ongoing
4:30P-9:00P
SUMMER SUPPER CLUB
(Ages 18 & up) Out to dinner with friends.
Transportation available to and from restaurant
from Carver Center for $6.00 fee. Each person
pays for own dinner and tip. Those not requiring
transportation must still register (no cost).
430701-01
$6.00
Joe’s Steakhouse,
Winchester
Th6/114:00P-8:00P
430701-02Self-transport
Th6/114:00P-8:00P
430701-03
$6.00 Old South Mountain Inn,
Boonsboro MD
Th7/9 4:00P-8:00P
430701-04Self-transport
Th7/9 4:00P-8:00P
430701-05$6.00
Alexander’s,
Buckeystown, MD
Th8/134:00P-8:00P
430701-06Self-transport
Th8/134:00P-8:00P
CARDS SATURDAYS
(Ages 18 & up) Come in and experience a
relaxing afternoon in Carver’s cozy library playing
old favorites like canasta and euchre. This casual
group is happy to teach new players. Non-members pay a $2.00 drop-in.
430716-01
Sa
ongoing10:00A-4:00P
EDUCATION & INFORMATION
CARVER CHESS CLUB
(Ages 5 & up) Class meetings are divided into
three sections: a 30 minute warm up, a onehour themed lesson, and 90 minutes free play.
Lessons will center on attack/defense of the
castled King. All levels of expertise are welcome. Please bring a set (and clock) if you can!
430709-01
$2/Non-member drop-in fee
Th
6/18-8/276:00P-9:00P
571-258-3400
COMPUTERS FOR ADVANCED BEGINNERS
(Ages 18 & up) Designed for those who already
use a computer but want to increase their
comfort level in working with files & folders, the
Internet, and basic applications. Instructor: Ibby
Dickson.
430725-01$48.00
Tu 6/2-7/76:30P-8:00P
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
(Ages 18 & up) Join Elliot Itkin for weekly American Contract Bridge League Duplicate Bridge
sanctioned games. This is open to anyone over
18 who knows how to play Bridge. Participants
pay a $5 weekly fee to the American Contract
Bridge League. Non-members pay a $2 drop-in
fee. Elliot offers a mini lesson on modern Bridge
Conventions at 1:50 p.m.
430619-01
W ongoing2:00P-5:30P
CARVER ADVISORY BOARD MEETINGS
(Ages 18 & up) Monthly meetings which focus
on fundraising efforts to support programming
and Senior Membership, while providing a forum
for feedback and suggestions. All participants
and members welcome.
430622-01
Full Board Meeting
1st Tu
ongoing
10:30A-12:00P
430622-02
Executive Board Meeting
4th Tu
ongoing
10:30A-12:00P
COMPUTER LAB
Call ahead for availability. Free for senior
members.
Pay at door $2.00
Ages 55 & up
M-F ongoing9:00A-2:00P
Pay at door $3.00
Ages 18 & up
M-F ongoing2:00P-9:00P
Sa ongoing9:00A-6:00P
SENIOR PROGRAMS
M-F 9:00A-2:00P
The following programs are for
age 55 & up, unless otherwise noted.
SENIOR MEMBERSHIP (Ages 55 & up)
Senior participants may purchase yearly memberships or attend on a drop-in basis. The cost
of most activities is included in the membership
or drop-in fee. Any additional fees will be noted
in the activity listing.
Loudoun residents
$26/year
Non-residents
$39/year
January 1-June 30
Half-price
General registration begins May 14, 2015
FINE & APPLIED ARTS
INTRODUCTION TO WATERCOLOR PAINTING
(Ages 55 & up) Join Alice Power for an introduction to watercolor painting. Participants will
learn the basics of watercolor painting in a fun
and supportive environment. All supplies will be
provided.
430658-01$20.00
W
6/3-7/1512:30P-2:00P
WATERCOLOR PHASE TWO
(Ages 55 & up) A class for students who have a
basic understanding of working with watercolors
and are ready for additional challenges using
their own materials. Instruction by Alice Power.
No class 7/6.
430659-01$30.00
M
6/8-7/1310:00A-12:00A
UKULELE FUN!
(Ages 55 & up) Why not join this relaxed group
of interested players who want to learn a new
instrument and have fun? No experience necessary! You don’t even have to own a ukulele. What
are you waiting for? First ten participants without
instruments may use Carver ukuleles during
class time.
430611-01
W
ongoing12:45P-1:45P
KNITTING CLUB
(Ages 55 & up) Want to enjoy a day-time knitting
group? Then bring along your needles, yarn and
patterns and spend time with other knitters.
430646-01
F
ongoing12:30P-2:00P
HEALTH & FITNESS
BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS
(Ages 18 & up) Have your blood pressure taken
professionally by Inova Loudoun Healthcare staff.
No appointment needed.
430605-01
2nd, 4th Th ongoing
10:30A-12:00P
JOAN CASSIDY HEARING HELP
(Ages 18 & up) Joan Cassidy of the Virginia Resource Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
will have information regarding mild to severe
hearing loss and the newest assistive equipment
available.
430654-01
2nd Tu
ongoing
10:00A-11:30A
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CARVER CENTER
571-258-3400
BLUE RIDGE SPEECH & HEARING
(Ages 18 & up) An audiologist is available for
cleaning and testing hearing aids, as well as
providing resource information. Must preregister
by calling 571-258-3400.
430616-01
Tu 8/410:30A-11:30A
seeks to calm the mind and emotions through
an intentional focus on sensations occurring in
the present moment. It has gained worldwide
popularity as a means of alleviating physical and
mental stress. Leader: Faith Cooper
430638-01
Tu
ongoing11:00A-11:25A
New! EASE INTO YOGA
(Ages 55 & up) Tap into the many benefits of
a yogic practice. Utilizing breath and cultivating inner awareness, you will explore subtle
movements and practices proven to improve
circulation, digestion, sleep, and more. Leader:
Faith Cooper. No class 7/2.
430657-01
Th
6/4-8/2710:00A-10:30A
LAUGH YOGA
(Ages 55 & up) Laugh Yoga is a revolutionary
idea – simple and profound. An exercise routine,
it is sweeping the world and is a complete
wellbeing workout. Developed by a medical
doctor from India, Dr. Madan Kataria, it has
spread across 72 countries. You can laugh with
special guided techniques: It’s easy. This class
starts with a 30 minute guitar sing-along played
by Bill Wiley.
430614-01
W
ongoing10:30A-11:50A
FITNESS FOR 55 & UP
(Ages 55 & up) Maintain and increase your
muscle tone, range of motion and positive attitude with a variety of seated strength exercises.
Some standing exercises are also included, with
support for balance. This is a punch card class,
with twelve punches per card. Instructors: Alison
MacPherson and Faith Cooper. No class 7/3
430612-01$36.00
M
ongoing11:00A-11:45A
W,F ongoing1:00P-1:45P
MONDAY MORNING MOVES
(Ages 55 & up) Kick start your week with light
aerobics, hand weights, bands, and balls aimed
at building core strength and increasing muscle
awareness, balance, coordination and mental
stimulation. Work at your own level. Instructor:
Faith Cooper. Please purchase a 12 class, $48
punch card on site.
430651-01$48.00
M
ongoing10:00A-10:45A
TAI CHI- SENIORS
(Ages 55 & up) Slow-motion routines practiced
in a group to promote strength, balance and
flexibility. New students welcome. Instructor:
Trudy Weaver.
430652-01
Tu
ongoing9:30A-10:30A
BALANCE & STABILITY
(Ages 55 & up) Glenn Eason leads this upbeat,
twice weekly activity, developed by a physical
therapist to address balance issues through
exercises that improve strength and mobility. The
music alone will improve your day!
430637-01
Tu,Th ongoing11:25A-11:55A
MINDFULNESS
(Ages 55 & up) Mindfulness is a technique which
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PING PONG
(Ages 55 & up) Carver has a devoted collection of ping pong players. New players always
welcome!
430629-01
Tu
ongoing9:45A-10:45A
430629-02
Th
ongoing10:00A-11:00A
430629-03
F
ongoing11:15A-12:00P
QIGONG
(Ages 55 & up) Harold Bauch leads this
weekly group, which translates to “Life Energy
Cultivation.” Qigong (pronounced chi-gong) is
a gentle practice of aligning breath, movement,
and awareness during the practice of a series of
standing movements. No class 7/3.
430645-01
M ongoing1:00P-2:00P
W,F
ongoing10:15A-11:15A
VOLLEYBALL
(Ages 55 & up) Games are not scored, but
enthusiasm runs high! All ability levels are
welcome, with seated participants encouraged to
join in for fun and upper body exercise.
430636-01
M
ongoing11:15A-11:50A
430636-02
Th
ongoing10:15A-10:45A
WII SPORTS
(Ages 55 & up) Explore the world of virtual
bowling with this fun activity that provides both
entertainment and, surprisingly, some exercise
as well.
430633-01
W
ongoing10:00A-10:30A
Th
F
ongoing11:00A-11:30A
ongoing10:15A-10:45A
FITNESS CENTER
Adults age 55 and up may use our Fitness
Center during all operating hours, (free to members). Non-seniors may use the fitness center
Monday-Friday from 2:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. and
Saturday from 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Non-Member Access Card (Ages 16 & up)
6-Months$52.00
12-Months$104.00
Non-member Drop-in Fee
Ages 16-54 $3.00
Ages 55 & up $2.00
DANCE
VERY BEGINNER LINE DANCE
(Ages 55 & up) This short activity period is used
to teach individuals who have never line danced
before, are not yet comfortable joining Beginner
Line Dance, or who need a little coaching prior to
Beginner Line Dance. Leader: Carolyn Bledsoe.
430618-01
M
ongoing12:30P-1:00P
BEGINNER LINE DANCE
(Ages 55 & up) Leader Carolyn Bledsoe keeps
things light and aims for group enjoyment rather
than technical perfection. This activity provides
exercise as well as camaraderie.
430630-01
M ongoing1:00P-2:00P
SOCIALIZING
& ENTERTAINMENT
DAILY CONGREGATE LUNCH
(Ages 55 & up) Enjoy a full meal in a warm,
friendly atmosphere! Please sign up in person
or by calling 571-258-3459 at least 24 hours in
advance.
$4/Ages 55-59, Donation/Ages 60 & up
M-F ongoing12:00P-12:30P
CARVER LUNCH BUNCH
(Ages 55 & up) Lunch with friends at different
restaurants. Transportation by bus available to
and from the restaurant from Carver Center for a
modest fee. Cost of lunch and tip is extra. Those
not requiring transportation must still register
(no cost).
430601-01
$4.00
Bertucci’s, Ashburn
W 6/1711:00A-2:00P
430601-02Self-transport
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
CARVER CENTER
W 6/1711:00A-2:00P
430601-03
$4.00
Olive Garden,
Winchester
W 7/1511:00A-2:00P
430601-04Self-transport
W 7/1511:00A-2:00P
430601-05
$4.00
Cheesecake Factory,
Sterling
W 8/1911:00A-2:00P
430601-06Self-transport
W 8/1911:00A-2:00P
MONTHLY MOVIES
(Ages 55 & up) Enjoy small-group showings of
recent releases and old favorites, complete with
popcorn and bottled water! Please call 571-2583400 for monthly selections.
430602-01$1.00
F 6/512:30P-2:30P
430602-02$1.00
F 7/1012:30P-2:30P
430602-03$1.00
F 8/712:30P-2:30P
MONTHLY BIRTHDAY PARTY
(Ages 55 & up) Celebrate your birthday with your
Carver friends! We will set a special table for all
who sign up as having birthdays in the current
month, serve cake and festive drinks along with
lunch. Participants are entered in a drawing for a
$5 donation from our Advisory Board.
430644-01
3rd Th
ongoing
12:00P-12:30P
KEN’S EXCURSIONS
(Ages 55 & up) Join Ken on his monthly Excursion to various locations in western Loudoun and
beyond. Please call 571-258-3400 for monthly
destinations.
430609-01
W 6/1012:30P-2:30P
430609-02
W 7/812:30P-2:30P
430609-03
W 8/1212:30P-2:30P
MONTHLY AFTERNOON TEA
(Ages 55 & up) Our hostess, Carol Wecherly, will
seat you in the cozy Carver Library for an hour
of sweets, tea, and conversation. Limited to 14.
Free registration begins two weeks before the
event.
430649-01
W 6/312:45P-2:00P
430649-02
W
8/5 12:45P-2:00P
571-258-3400
EDUCATION & INFORMATION
New! BOOK CLUB
(Ages 55 & up) Monthly book discussions. Books
provided. Come join this lively group. Led by Ann
Hardy.
430610-01
4th W
ongoing
10:30A-12:00P
CREATIVE WRITING
(Ages 18 & up) A weekly group for anyone
interested in exploring the writing process in
a supportive and friendly environment. Group
leader: published author Bobbi Carducci.
430607-01
Tu
ongoing12:30P-2:00P
GET MORE OUT OF WORD
(Ages 55 & up) This is not an advanced course
by any means; however, it targets those who already know how to use MS Word as a typewriter,
but don’t know how to use the formatting capabilities (tabs, graphics, headings, etc). Instructor:
Ibby Dickson.
430603-01$48.00
Tu
6/2-7/79:00A-10:30A
COMPUTERS FOR ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS
(Ages 55 & up) A friendly introduction to using
computers. Fee includes $12 cost of optional
textbook. Instructor: Ibby Dickson.
430604-01$48.00
Tu
6/2-7/710:30A-12:00P
BRIDGE CLUB
(Ages 55 & Up) This group for intermediate
party bridge enthusiasts welcomes experienced
players.
430642-01
Th ongoing1:00P-4:00P
BEGINNING BRIDGE
(Ages 55 & up) Wouldn’t you like to learn how
to play this classic game? Jane Olah provides
a gentle introduction in this on-going group
activity.
430643-01
Tu
ongoing10:30A-12:00P
INTERMEDIATE BRIDGE
(Ages 55 & up) A class for those who know the
basics but are not yet ready to join Carver’s
Thursday afternoon Bridge Group. Leader: Jane
Olah.
430656-01
Tu
ongoing12:45P-2:15P
General registration begins May 14, 2015
DE-CLUTTERING FOR SENIORS
(Ages 55 & up) This eight-week course will help
you decide how to de-clutter your home and
life, a process which will increase time for the
more important things like family, friends and fun
activities. The class will include de-cluttering the
kitchen, closets, and paperwork. Leader: Carolyn
Bledsoe.
430623-01
M
6/1-7/2010:15A-11:30A
COMPUTER LAB
Call ahead for availability. Free for senior
members.
Pay at door $2.00
Ages 55 & up
M-F ongoing9:00A-2:00P
Pay at door $3.00
Ages 18 & up
M-F ongoing2:00P-9:00P
Sa ongoing9:00A-6:00P
WEEKLY &
ONGOING PROGRAMS
CARD PLAYERS
(Ages 55 & up) Come play Canasta in the Carver
Library. Beginners welcome!
430655-01
M,T,W,Fongoing 9:00A-12:00P
FARKLE DOMINOES BOARD GAMES
(Ages 55 & up) Dominoes have become a very
popular online game, but there is nothing like
the tactile pleasure of playing with real tiles. If
dominoes are not your game of choice, choose
from a selection of other options. Farkle is a
game of chance, played with six dice. It takes
about ten minutes to learn how to play. Despite
its relative simplicity, Farkle is a very pleasurable
game. Play it once and you’ll be hooked.
430620-01
M
ongoing12:45P-2:00P
SHARE
(Ages 55 & up) Do you have a cherished object
with an interesting story behind it or a photograph of something or someone dear to you? Do
you make things? Bring something interesting
to share.
430631-01
M
ongoing10:45A-11:15A
LEESBURG SHOPPING
(Ages 55 & up) Necessity shopping. Transportation provided to Leesburg for light variety
shopping at Walmart or Target.
430627-01
M 6/812:30P-2:30P
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CARVER CENTER
430627-02
M 7/1312:30P-2:30P
430627-03
M 8/1012:30P-2:30P
SENIOR OUTREACH SERVICES
(Ages 55 & up) Meet with Loudoun County Area
Agency on Aging Elder Case Manager, Kathy Kehoe, for confidential supportive assistance linking
you to services and support in the community.
Twice monthly. Call Kathy at 703-737-8741 to
make your appointment or sign up at Carver.
430615-01, 02
1st, 3rd M
ongoing
12:30P-5:00P
BINGO
(Ages 55 & up) At just $0.50 per card, there is
little to lose and much to gain by joining us for
Bingo. Product prizes only.
430635-01
Tu
ongoing12:45P-1:45P
430635-02
F
ongoing10:45A-11:45A
SCRABBLE & BOARD GAMES
(Ages 55 & up) Keep your vocabulary strong
and your mind sharp with a round of this classic
word game, or choose from other available
options like checkers, chess or cribbage.
430632-01
W
ongoing12:30P-2:00P
LIBRARY OUTREACH VISIT
(Ages 55 & up) Every second Wednesday,
Loudoun County Library staff provide carts full
of interesting books and periodicals. Seniors
are encouraged to sign up as Library Outreach
patrons in order to remove fine penalties for
overdue books. Library staff are happy to deliver
requested items, to return dropped off books and
to download e-books onto e-readers.
430650-01
2nd W
ongoing
11:00A-12:00P
THRIFT STORE & LIBRARY
(Ages 55 & up) Trips alternate between Blue
Ridge Hospice Thrift Store and the Purcellville Library. Skips the third Wednesday of each month.
430628-01-10
W
ongoing10:30A-11:30A
BIBLE STUDY
(Ages 55 & up) This is a non-denominational
group that meets each week under the guidance
of Pastor David Janney of the Purcellville Baptist
Church. Thoughtful, lively discussion is typical
of this committed group of regular and new
attendees. All welcome.
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571-258-3400
430641-01
Th
ongoing10:45A-11:55A
E-COMMENT
(Ages 55 & up) Use Carver’s computer interface
to leave written comments for the Board of Supervisors, in advance of their monthly meetings.
Staff assistance available.
430640-01
Th
ongoing10:30A-12:00P
CARDS-THURSDAYS
(Ages 18 & up) Come in and experience a
relaxing afternoon in Carver’s cozy library playing
old favorites like canasta and euchre. This casual
group is happy to teach new players.
430653-01
Th ongoing1:00P-4:00P
MENTAL MUSCLE
(Ages 55 & up) This is one of Carver’s most
popular activities. Volunteer Nancy Magliato
challenges attendees with visual puzzle warmups, followed by a series of group-solved word
games on the white board. Expect banter and
wisecracks.
430639-01
Th
ongoing12:45P-2:00P
GROCERY SHOP FRIDAYS
(Ages 55 & up) Transportation to Purcellville
grocery stores. Skips Friday 7/3.
430626-01-13
F
ongoing12:30P-2:00P
CHARLESTOWN WALMART
(Ages 55 & up) Trip to Charlestown Walmart
shopping.
430625-01
F 7/1012:30P-2:30P
Day. Animals will abound in the center and on
the grounds. Donations to the Loudoun Animal
Shelter are optional, but appreciated.
430624-01
Lunch: $4/under age 60
Donation/over 60
Th7/210:00A-2:00P
COUNTY FAIR SENIOR DAY
(Ages 55 & up) Join us for Senior Citizen Day at
the County Fair. The bus will take you to the Fair
where you can play bingo, look at the various animals and of course, enjoy the many fairground
food offerings!
430617-01
Th 7/309:30A-12:30P
GRIEF SUPPORT SERVICES WORKSHOP
(Ages 55 & up) Shaileen Backman, LCSW and
Bereavement Counselor from Blue Ridge Hospice, will present on free Grief Support Services
available to the general public. Blue Ridge Hospice aims to help those who are grieving regain
their balance and resume healthy living.
430634-01
W 6/2412:30P-2:00P
Claude Moore
Park
Visitor Center: 21544 Old Vestal’s Gap Road
Sterling, VA 20164
Athletic Fields: 46150 Loudoun Park Lane
571-258-3700
www.loudoun.gov/claudemoorepark
Visitor Center/Discovery Room:
Daily 9:00A-5:00P
Park Hours: Daily 7:00A-Sunset
SPECIAL EVENTS
& PRESENTATIONS
FATHER'S DAY CELEBRATION
(Ages 55 & up) Take the Carver bus for a tour of
the Mad Horse Brewery in Lovettesville to celebrate Father's Day. Learn about the very detailed
process of creating beer from grain. After the
tour you are invited to taste the beers for a 50%
discount. Only $5.00.
430608-01$2.00
F 6/1912:00P-3:00P
INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
(All Ages) Bring your children and your grandchildren and help us celebrate Independence
Day. The theme of this year’s celebration is Zoo
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps at
Claude Moore Park in the
2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS
Children experience the natural world through
play, stories, and exploring outdoors (dress children appropriately). Children in drop-off classes
must be toilet-trained.
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
claude moore park
PARENT/CHILD CLASSES
PARK PALS
(Ages 2-4) Discover the outdoors with your
grown-up pal. Look for tracks, listen for birds
calls, look under logs, and more, while focusing
on monthly themes.
461103-01$7.75
Snakes
F
6/12-6/129:30A-10:30A
461103-02$7.75
Turtles
F
7/10-7/109:30A-10:30A
461103-03$7.75
Birds
F
8/28-8/289:30A-10:30A
SCOUT PROGRAMS
These programs meet most badge requirements.
Adult must accompany scouts. Other times and
badges available. Call for information.
CUB SCOUT ADVENTURES
New programs available for all Cub Scout levels.
Fulfill some or all of the requirements for the
new core and elective adventures while enjoying
the outdoors. Old programs still available.
Call ahead
Days vary
6/01-8/31
10:00A-5:00P
DAISY GIRL SCOUT ACTIVITIES
Try out the Between Earth and Sky Journey while
experiencing the wonders of the park or just
bring your girls for an exciting tour of the local
wilderness.
Call ahead
Days vary
6/01-8/31
10:00A-5:00P
BROWNIE GIRL SCOUT BADGES
Complete various badges while exploring the
park. Badges include but aren’t limited to Hiker,
Bugs, Senses, Letterboxer, and more.
Call ahead
Days vary
6/01-8/31
10:00A-5:00P
JUNIOR GIRL SCOUT BADGES
Visit nature while completing requirements
for badges like: Geocaching, Animal Habitats,
Camper, Flowers, and more.
Call ahead
Days vary
6/01-8/31
10:00A-5:00P
MULTIAGE HIKES &
INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS
For the following programs, children MUST be
accompanied by an adult unless noted. Minimum
numbers required to run programs; please call in
advance to register.
571-258-3700
GEOCACHING CAMPFIRE
(All ages) Are you a fan of treasure hunting?
Do you enjoy golden toasted marshmallows? If
so, we could use adventurers to help find some
modern day treasure. Use one of the park’s GPS
devices to help us find the surprise! Marshmallows provided. Ages 3 and under free but must
be accompanied by registered adult.
461728-01$5.00
F
6/19-6/197:30P-8:45P
FROGSHACKLE OPEN HOUSE
(All ages) Do you love animals? How about
fossils, sea shells, bird’s nests, and feathers? If
that’s the case, it’s time to explore our nature
center’s treasure trove of hands-on nature items!
Free event
Sa
6/20-6/201:00P-3:00P
Free event
Tu
6/30-6/3010:30A-12:30P
Free event
Sa
7/18-7/181:00P-3:00P
Free event
Sa 8/8-8/81:00P-3:00P
Free event
Tu
8/25-8/251:00P-3:00P
LANESVILLE OPEN HOUSE
(All ages) Take a step through 200 years of
history. Built in 1779, this nationally registered
historic place has seen Loudoun County grow
but has not lost its charm. Visit and discover
what life was like in this colonial home
Free event
Sa
6/20-6/201:00P-3:00P
Free event
Sa
7/18-7/181:00P-3:00P
Free event
Sa 8/8-8/81:00P-3:00P
FISHING FUN CAMP
(Ages 6-10) Explore the basics of fishing. Have
fun learning to cast, choose a fishing spot, pick
out bait, and more at CMP’s two fishing ponds.
Maybe you’ll catch the big bass! (7/3 & 8/28
thunderstorm makeup days)
461207-01$56.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2 6:00P-8:00P
461207-02$56.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/24-8/27 5:30P-7:30P
DISCOVERY GROVE EXPLORATION
(All ages) Do you love the outdoors? You’ll love
our outdoor play space where you can dig for
worms, build forts, climb over logs, and more.
Come explore with us!
Free event
Tu
6/30-6/301:00P-3:00P
Free event
General registration begins May 14, 2015
M
Free event
Tu
7/6-7/610:30A-12:30P
8/25-8/2510:30A-12:30P
FIREFLY FUN HIKE
(All ages) Bring a jar for a firefly safari to catch
and release these fascinating creatures. Make a
craft and discover facts about their life history!
Ages 3 and under are free as tagalongs.
461729-01$5.00
F
7/10-7/107:30P-8:30P
ADVANCED FISHING FUN CAMP
(Ages 7-11) Hone your fishing skills. Check out
different kinds of bait and learn how to choose
the right kind of bait for the fish you want to
catch. By the end of the camp you’ll be ready to
fish on your own! Fishing Fun Camp or experience fishing recommended. (7/31 thunderstorm
make-up day)
461213-01$56.00
M,Tu,W,Th,7/27-7/30 6:00P-8:00P
ANIMAL SHOW & CAMPFIRE
(All ages) Pet a snake, watch tree frogs climb,
see turtles swim, and more in our visitor center.
After a fun time with the animals, head outside
and toast some marshmallows around the
fire (provided). Ages 3 and under are free as
tagalongs.
461730-01$5.00
F
8/28-/8/287:00P-8:15P
DISCOVERY ROOM ADVENTURE
(All ages) Stop by the Visitor Center any day of
the week to meet our live animals and explore a
wealth of interesting items. Can you guess how
many tree frogs we have or why our snake is
orange?
Free event
Daily 6/01-8/319:00A-5:00P
JUNIOR RANGER PROGRAM
(Ages 6 & up) Explore park history and nature,
complete an activity book, take the Junior Ranger pledge, and receive your patch.
Pay at door$2.00
Daily 6/01-8/319:00A-5:00P
DISCOVERY GROVE BIRTHDAY PARTY
(Ages 2 & up) Explore our exciting outdoor play
space on your birthday! Play music, dig in the
dirt, climb over logs, walk through a maze, and
more. Staff will guide you through many fun
age-appropriate activities to help celebrate your
special day.
Call ahead
$85.00
Days vary
6/01-8/31
10:00A-5:00P
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NATURE BIRTHDAY PARTY
(Ages 4 & up) Celebrate your birthday with
outdoor style! Choose themes including Reptiles,
Colonial Kids, Dinos, etc. Party can include visit
with park’s turtles and snake.
Call ahead
$100.00
Days vary
6/01-8/31
10:00A-5:00P
ADVENTURE BIRTHDAY PARTY
(Ages 7 & up) Up for a bit of adventure? Try out
fishing, geocaching, or campfire fun. Can include
visit with park’s turtles & snake.
Call ahead
$135.00
Days vary
6/01-8/31
10:00A-5:00P
ARCHERY BIRTHDAY PARTY
(Ages 9 & up) Gather your friends for an exciting
archery experience. Learn the basics and get
shooting. Maximum 18 children.
Call ahead
$150.00
Days vary
6/01-8/31
10:00A-5:00P
ELEMENTARY HOME SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS
(All ages) Is your small group looking for some
exciting science or history fun? Join a park
naturalist for themed educational field trips. Call
for information and reservations.
Call ahead
$3.50
Days vary
6/01-8/31
9:00A-5:00P
GUIDED NATURE OR HISTORY PROGRAMS
(All ages) We provide fun and educational guided
programs for groups of all ages. Go for hikes,
nature center visits, history tours, fishing outings,
or even geocaching. Call for information and
reservations.
Call ahead
$3.50
Days vary
6/01-8/31
10:00A-5:00P
CAMPFIRE PROGRAMS
(All ages) Bring your group to join a naturalist
for some campfire fun. We’ll build the fire and
supply the marshmallows and sticks. Call for
information and to schedule.
Call ahead
Days vary
6/01-8/31
10:00A-9:00P
SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS
(All ages) Bring your class to experience SOL
guided environmental education or history
related field trips. Call for information and
reservations.
Call ahead
$3.50
Daily 6/01-8/319:00A-5:00P
571-258-3500
CLAUDE MOORE
Community Center
46111 Loudoun Park Lane
Sterling, VA 20164
571-258-3500
M-Th 8:00A-8:00P
F 9:00A-5:00P Sa 9:00A-2:00P
Supply & material fees are payable
to the instructor at the first class.
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps at
Claude Moore Community Center
in the 2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS
MUSIC TOGETHER
(Ages Birth-5 yrs) Music Together is a research-based early childhood music and
movement program for children and a parent
or caregiver. Each class is 45 minutes and will
meet one time a week for six weeks. Supply fee
is $35 due to the instructor the first day of class.
410102-01$104.00
Th
7/16-8/204:00P-4:45P
410102-02$104.00
Sa
7/18-8/2210:00A-10:45A
MY FIRST PRESCHOOL - M, W AM
(Ages 2-2½) Your child’s first preschool class
is a unique experience with books, songs,
socialization, art, games, music dance and more!
This is a drop off program-Moms Morning Out!
Register in person at Claude Moore Community
Center.
810120-03$60.00
M,W
9/14-9/309:30A-11:00A
MY FIRST PRESCHOOL M, W PM
(Ages 2-2½) See description for 810120-03.
810121-03$60.00
M,W
9/14-9/3011:30A-1:00P
MY FIRST PRESCHOOL T, TH AM
(Ages 2-2½) See description for 810120-03.
810122-03$50.00
Tu,Th 9/15-9/299:30A-11:00A
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MY FIRST PRESHOOL T, TH PM
(Ages 2-2 1/2) See description for 810120-03.
810123-03$50.00
Tu,Th 9/15-9/2911:30A-1:00P
TEEN PROGRAMS
MAKING PARACHUTE BRACLETS
(Ages 11 & up) A favorite of both girls and guys!
Learn to make cool bracelets from parachute
cord. Choose from a variety of cord color choices. Use your new skill to make more at home for
yourself or as gifts for friends
410302-01$10.00
Sa
6/27-6/2710:00A-11:30A
MAKING YOUR OWN LIP GLOSS
(Ages 11 & up) Make your own luscious lip gloss
in its own convenient container for your pocket
or purse. We’ll choose fun scents you’ll love.
410300-01$8.00
Sa
7/25-7/2510:00A-11:00A
NATURAL BATH PRODUCTS
(Ages 11 & up) Make your own natural bath
products to enjoy. Keep the recipe to make more
for yourself or friends.
410301-01$8.00
Sa
8/15-8/1510:00A-11:00A
ADULT PROGRAMS
ZUMBA
(Ages 18 & up) Zumba is a Latin-inspired, “feel
happy” fitness class that tones the body with
easy-to-follow steps for any fitness level! Bring
a water bottle and wear comfortable clothing.
Instructor: Geralyn Ward.
410500-01$32.00
Th
8/6-8/276:30P-7:30P
Loudoun County
PRCS
Like us on
www.facebook.loudounprcs
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
General registration begins May 14, 2015
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CLAUDE MOORE RECREATION CENTER
CLAUDE MOORE
RECREATION CENTER
46105 Loudoun Park Lane
Sterling, VA 20164
571-258-3600
571-258-3601 (fax)
http://www.loudoun.gov/claudemoorerec
Facility Hours:*
M-F 5:00A-9:30P • Sa-Su 8:00A - 8:00P
Competition Pool
M-F 5:00A-9:15P • Sa-Su 8:00A-7:45P
Leisure Pool & Spa
M-F 9:00A-8:45P • Sa-Su 11:00A-7:45P
*Please call for availability of the leisure pooland
rock wall. Hours are subject to change based on
customer demand.
Closed Memorial Day, 5/25
Closes at 12:00 PM 7/4
Closed Labor Day, 9/7
Entire facility will be closed 8/31-9/7 for annual
maintenance. Facility and Leisure Pool reopens
9/8. Competition Pool reopens 9/14. Call ahead,
or check the web site for availability.
571-258-3600
Admission Pass (25 admissions no expiration)
Ages 3-17 & 55+
$85
$128
Ages 18-54
$120
$180
Monthly Passes (unlimited use)
Single Adult
$46
$69
Two Adults (Family) $71
$107
Family Dependent* $12
$18
Family $84$125
Student Pass**
$34
$50
Senior $34$50
Senior Couple
$52
$78
Annual Membership (unlimited use)
Single Adult
$550
$825
Two Adults (Family) $850
$1275
Family Dependent* $140
$210
Family
$1000$1500
Student Pass**
$400
$600
Senior $400$600
Senior Couple
$620
$930
*Individual up to age 17 claimed as a dependent
for tax purposes. There must also be an adult
or senior pass on this household to purchase a
family dependent pass.
**Individual with valid student ID
GENERAL INFORMATION
FACILITY RENTALS
Rental options include a carpeted, multi-purpose
room, catering kitchen, gymnasium, conference
room, and small classrooms. Visit us for a tour
and to schedule your event. Payment is due at
time of reservation.
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps at
Claude Moore Recreation Center
in the 2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
ADMISSION FEES
All admissions include access to the fitness
center, competitive pool, leisure pool, gymnasium, indoor track, and open time on the rock wall.
Full payment by cash, check, Visa, MasterCard,
or Discover is due at time of purchase.
Daily
ResidentNon-Res
Under 3
Free
Free
(plastic training pants required)
Ages 3-17
$3.75
$5.75
Adults 18-54
$5.50
$8.25
Ages 55+
$3.75
$5.75
Chaperone Fee*
$2.00
$2.00
(*adults accompanying youth 5-12, but not utilizing CMRC; MUST be in pool with <5 yrs, pay full
admission fee)
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RECREATION CENTER BIRTHDAY PARTIES
Swim or play with your guests and enjoy a meal
in one of our Party Rooms. Party packages are
available Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays for groups of 15 or fewer participants. Visit
us online for package details, prices, and forms.
Stop by to secure a date. Full payment is due at
time of reservation.
PRESCHOOL SWIM CLASSES
PARENT/CHILD LEVEL 1
(Ages 6-36 mos) Class will focus on water
adjustment and safety skills. Parent must be in
water. No class 7/3-7/5.
Activity Number 473151
SecDates
Day TimeFee
16/22-7/2
27/6-7/16
37/20-7/30
46/8-7/1
57/6-7/29
M-Th
M-Th
M-Th
M,W
M,W
8:25A- 8:55A
8:25A- 8:55A
8:25A- 8:55A
4:10P- 4:40P
4:10P- 4:40P
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
68/3-8/26
76/9-7/2
87/6-7/30
98/4-8/27
126/26-8/28
136/27-8/29
146/28-8/30
M,W
Tu,Th
Tu,Th
Tu,Th
F
Sa
Su
4:10P- 4:40P
4:50P- 5:20P
4:50P- 5:20P
4:50P- 5:20P
4:10P- 4:40P
8:35A- 9:10A
8:00A- 8:30A
$90
$90
$90
$90
$101
$101
$101
PARENT/CHILD LEVEL 2
(Ages 24-48 mos) Class will focus on water adjustment, safety skills and skill readiness Parent
must be in water. No class 7/3-7/5.
Activity Number 473152
Sec Dates
Day TimeFee
16/22-7/2
27/6-7/16
37/20-7/30
46/8-7/1
57/6-7/29
68/3-8/26
76/9-7/2
87/7-7/30
98/4-8/27
126/26-8/28
136/27-8/29
146/28-8/30
156/28-8/30
M-Th9:35A-10:05A$90
M-Th9:35A-10:05A$90
M-Th9:35A-10:05A$90
M,W 5:30P- 6:00P $90
M,W 5:30P- 6:00P $90
M,W 5:30P- 6:00P $90
Tu,Th 6:10P- 6:40P $90
Tu,Th 6:10P- 6:40P $90
Tu,Th 6:10P- 6:40P $90
F 5:30P- 6:00P $101
Sa 9:45A-10:10A$101
Su 9:10A- 9:40A $101
Su10:20A-10:50A$101
PRESCHOOL LEVEL 1
(Ages 3-5) Child must be able to leave parent
willingly and follow directions. Goals of the class
include entering independently, submerging face
& blowing bubbles for at least 3 seconds, floating on back for 3 seconds and gliding on front at
least 2 body lengths. No class 7/3-7/5.
Activity Number 473153
SecDates
Day
Time Fee
16/22-7/2
26/22-7/2
37/6-7/16
47/6-7/16
57/20-7/30
67/20-7/30
76/8-7/1
86/8-7/1
96/8-7/1
107/6-7/29
117/6-7/29
127/6-7/29
138/3-8/26
148/3-8/26
158/3-8/26
166/9-7/2
176/9-7/2
186/9-7/2
197/6-7/30
M-Th 9:00A- 9:30A
M-Th10:10A-10:40A
M-Th 9:00A- 9:30A
M-Th10:10A-10:40A
M-Th 9:00A- 9:30A
M-Th10:10A-10:40A
M,W 3:30P- 4:00P
M,W 4:50P- 5:20P
M,W 6:10P- 6:40P
M,W 3:30P- 4:00P
M,W 4:50P- 5:20P
M,W 6:10P- 6:40P
M,W 3:30P- 4:00P
M,W 4:50P- 5:20P
M,W 6:10P- 6:40P
Tu,Th 4:10P- 4:40P
Tu,Th 5:30P- 6:00P
Tu,Th 6:50P- 7:20P
Tu,Th 4:10P- 4:40P
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
$90
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
CLAUDE MOORE RECREATION CENTER
207/7-7/30
217/7-7/30
228/4-8/27
238/4-8/27
248/4-8/27
256/26-8/28
266/26-8/28
276/26-8/28
286/27-8/29
296/27-8/29
306/27-8/29
316/28-8/30
326/28-8/30
Tu,Th 5:30P- 6:00P $90
Tu,Th 6:50P- 7:20P $90
Tu,Th 4:10P- 4:40P $90
Tu,Th 5:30P- 6:00P $90
Tu,Th 6:50P- 7:20P $90
F 3:30P- 4:00P $101
F 4:50P- 5:20P $101
F 6:10P- 6:40P $101
Sa 8:00A- 8:30A $101
Sa 9:10A- 9:40A $101
Sa10:20A-10:50A$101
Su 8:35A- 9:05A $101
Su 9:45A-10:15A$101
PRESCHOOL LEVEL 2
(Ages 3-5) Child must be able to complete
objectives of preschool level 1. Goals of the class
include gliding on front 3 body lengths, floating
for 15 seconds then recovering to a vertical
position, opening eyes under water, swimming
using combined arm and leg actions on front for
3 body lengths. No class 7/3-7/5.
Activity Number 473154
SecDates
Day
Time Fee
16/22-7/2
26/22-7/2
37/6-7/16
47/6-7/16
57/20-7/30
67/20-7/30
76/8-7/1
86/8-7/1
96/8-7/1
107/6-7/29
117/6-7/29
127/6-7/29
138/3-8/26
148/3-8/26
158/3-8/26
166/9-7/2
176/9-7/2
186/9-7/2
197/7-7/30
207/7-7/30
217/7-7/30
228/4-8/27
238/4-8/27
248/4-8/27
256/26-8/28
266/26-8/28
276/26-8/28
286/27-8/29
296/27-8/29
306/27-8/29
316/28-8/30
326/28-8/30
M-Th 9:00A- 9:30A $90
M-Th10:10A-10:40A $90
M-Th 9:00A- 9:30A $90
M-Th10:10A-10:40A $90
M-Th 9:00A- 9:30A $90
M-Th10:10A-10:40A $90
M,W 3:30P- 4:00P $90
M,W 4:50P- 5:20P $90
M,W 6:10P- 6:40P $90
M,W 3:30P- 4:00P $90
M,W 4:50P- 5:20P $90
M,W 6:10P- 6:40P $90
M,W 3:30P- 4:00P $90
M,W 4:50P- 5:20P $90
M,W 6:10P- 6:40P $90
Tu,Th 4:10P- 4:40P $90
Tu,Th 5:30P- 6:00P $90
Tu,Th 6:50P- 7:20P $90
Tu,Th 4:10P- 4:40P $90
Tu,Th 5:30P- 6:00P $90
Tu,Th 6:50P- 7:20P $90
Tu,Th 4:10P- 4:40P $90
Tu,Th 5:30P- 6:00P $90
Tu,Th 6:50P- 7:20P $90
F 3:30P- 4:00P $101
F 4:50P- 5:20P $101
F 6:10P- 6:40P $101
Sa 8:00A- 8:30A $101
Sa 9:10A- 9:40A $101
Sa10:20A-10:50A$101
Su 8:35A- 9:05A $101
Su 9:45A-10:15A$101
571-258-3600
PRESCHOOL LEVEL 3
(Ages 3-5) Child must be able to complete
objectives of preschool level 2. Goals of class
include, tread water & back float for 15 seconds
each, gliding on back for 3 body lengths swimming using combined arm and leg actions on
front for 5 body lengths, rolling to back float for
15 seconds, then continuing 5 additional body
lengths. No class 7/3-7/5.
Activity Number 473155
SecDates
Day
Time Fee
16/22-7/2
26/22-7/2
37/6-7/16
47/6-7/16
57/20-7/30
67/20-7/30
76/8-7/1
86/8-7/1
96/8-7/1
107/6-7/29
117/6-7/29
127/6-7/29
138/3-8/26
148/3-8/26
158/3-8/26
166/9-7/2
176/9-7/2
186/9-7/2
197/7-7/30
207/7-7/30
217/7-7/30
228/4-8/27
238/4-8/27
248/4-8/27
256/26-8/28
266/26-8/28
276/26-8/28
286/27-8/29
296/27-8/29
306/27-8/29
316/28-8/30
326/28-8/30
M-Th 9:00A- 9:30A $90
M-Th10:10A-10:40A $90
M-Th 9:00A- 9:30A $90
M-Th10:10A-10:40A $90
M-Th 9:00A- 9:30A $90
M-Th10:10A-10:40A $90
M,W 3:30P- 4:00P $90
M,W 4:50P- 5:20P $90
M,W 6:10P- 6:40P $90
M,W 3:30P- 4:00P $90
M,W 4:50P- 5:20P $90
M,W 6:10P- 6:40P $90
M,W 3:30P- 4:00P $90
M,W 4:50P- 5:20P $90
M,W 6:10P- 6:40P $90
Tu,Th 4:10P- 4:40P $90
Tu,Th 5:30P- 6:00P $90
Tu,Th 6:50P- 7:20P $90
Tu,Th 4:10P- 4:40P $90
Tu,Th 5:30P- 6:00P $90
Tu,Th 6:50P- 7:20P $90
Tu,Th 4:10P- 4:40P $90
Tu,Th 5:30P- 6:00P $90
Tu,Th 6:50P- 7:20P $90
F 3:30P- 4:00P $101
F 4:50P- 5:20P $101
F 6:10P- 6:40P $101
Sa 8:00A- 8:30A $101
Sa 9:10A- 9:40A $101
Sa10:20A-10:50A$101
Su 8:35A- 9:05A $101
Su 9:45A-10:15A$101
AMERICAN RED CROSS
LEARN TO SWIM CLASSES
LEARN TO SWIM LEVEL 1
(Ages 6-12) Goals of the class include gliding on
front for 2 body lengths, open eyes underwater
and floating on back for 5 seconds. No class
7/3-7/5.
Activity number 473251
SecDates
Day
Time Fee
16/22-7/2 M-Th 8:25A- 8:55A $90
26/22-7/2 M-Th9:35A-10:05A$90
General registration begins May 14, 2015
37/6-7/16
47/6-7/16
57/20-7/28
67/20-7/30
76/8-7/1
86/8-7/1
96/8-7/1
107/6-7/29
117/6-7/29
127/6-7/29
138/3-8/26
148/3-8/26
158/3-8/26
166/9-7/2
176/9-7/2
186/9-7/2
197/7-7/30
207/7-7/30
217/7-7/30
228/4-8/27
238/4-8/27
248/4-8/27
256/26-8/28
266/26-8/28
276/26-8/28
286/27-8/29
296/27-8/29
306/28-8/30
316/28-8/30
326/28-8/30
M-Th 8:25A- 8:55A $90
M-Th9:35A-10:05A$90
M-Th 8:25A- 8:55A $90
M-Th9:35A-10:05A$90
M,W 4:10P- 4:40P $90
M,W 5:30P- 6:00P $90
M,W 6:50P- 7:20P $90
M,W 4:10P- 4:40P $90
M,W 5:30P- 6:00P $90
M,W 6:50P- 7:20P $90
M,W 4:10P- 4:40P $90
M,W 5:30P- 6:00P $90
M,W 6:50P- 7:20P $90
Tu,Th 3:30P- 4:00P $90
Tu,Th 4:50P- 5:20P $90
Tu,Th 6:10P- 6:40P $90
Tu,Th 3:30P- 4:00P $90
Tu,Th 4:50P- 5:20P $90
Tu,Th 6:10P- 6:40P $90
Tu,Th 3:30P- 4:00P $90
Tu,Th 4:50P- 5:20P $90
Tu,Th 6:10P- 6:40P $90
F 4:10P- 4:40P $101
F 5:30P- 6:00P $101
F 6:40P- 7:10P $101
Sa 8:35A- 9:05A $101
Sa 9:45A-10:15A$101
Su 8:00A- 8:30A $101
Su 9:10A- 9:40A $101
Su10:20A-10:50A$101
LEARN TO SWIM LEVEL 2
(Ages 6-12) Child must be able to complete
objectives of Learn to Swim Level 1. Goals of the
class include swimming 5 body lengths on front,
roll to back, float on back for 15 seconds then
continue for 5 body lengths. Glide on front and
back at least 2 body lengths. No class 7/3-7/5.
Activity number 473252
SecDates
Day
Time Fee
16/22-7/2
26/22-7/2
37/6-7/16
47/6-7/16
57/20-7/30
67/20-7/30
76/8-7/1
86/8-7/1
96/8-7/1
107/6-7/29
117/6-7/29
127/6-7/29
138/3-8/26
148/3-8/26
158/3-8/26
166/9-7/2
M-Th 8:25A- 8:55A $90
M-Th9:35A-10:05A$90
M-Th 8:25A- 8:55A $90
M-Th9:35A-10:05A$90
M-Th 8:25A- 9:05A $90
M-Th9:35A-10:05A$90
M,W 4:10P- 4:40P $90
M,W 5:30P- 6:00P $90
M,W 6:50P- 7:20P $90
M,W 4:10P- 4:40P $90
M,W 5:30P- 6:00P $90
M,W 6:50P- 7:20P $90
M,W 4:10P- 4:40P $90
M,W 5:30P- 6:00P $90
M,W 6:50P- 7:20P $90
Tu,Th 3:30P- 4:00P $90
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CLAUDE MOORE RECREATION CENTER
176/9-7/2
186/9-7/2
197/7-7/30
207/7-7/30
217/7-7/30
228/4-8/27
238/4-8/27
248/4-8/27
256/26-8/28
266/26-8/28
276/26-8/28
286/27-8/29
296/27-8/29
306/28-8/30
316/28-8/30
326/28-8/30
Tu,Th 4:50P- 5:20P $90
Tu,Th 6:10P- 6:40P $90
Tu,Th 3:30P- 4:00P $90
Tu,Th 4:50P- 5:20P $90
Tu,Th 6:10P- 6:40P $90
Tu,Th 3:30P- 4:00P $90
Tu,Th 4:50P- 5:20P $90
Tu,Th 6:10P- 6:40P $90
F 4:10P- 4:40P $101
F 5:30P- 6:00P $101
F 6:40P- 7:20P $101
Sa 8:35A- 9:05A $101
Sa 9:45A-10:15A$101
Su 8:00A- 8:30A $101
Su 9:10A- 9:40A $101
Su10:20A-10:50A$101
LEARN TO SWIM LEVEL 3
(Ages 6-12) Child must be able to complete
objectives of Learn to Swim Level 2. Goals of the
class include swim front crawl 15 yards, change
direction and swim elementary backstroke 15
yards. Tread water or float for 1 minute and
swim front crawl or elementary backstroke 25
yards. Perform breaststroke kick for 15 yards.
No class 7/3-7/5.
Activity number 473253
SecDates
Day
Time Period Fee
16/22-7/2
26/22-7/2
37/6-7/16
47/6-7/16
57/20-7/30
67/20-7/30
106/8-7/1
116/8-7/1
126/8-7/1
137/6-7/29
147/6-7/29
157/6-7/29
168/3-8/26
178/3-8/26
188/3-8/26
206/9-7/2
216/9-7/2
226/9-7/2
237/7-7/30
247/7-7/30
257/7-7/30
268/4-8/27
278/4-8/27
288/4-8/27
326/26-8/28
336/26-8/28
346/26-8/28
386/27-8/29
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M-Th 9:00A- 9:40A $114
M-Th10:40A-11:20A$114
M-Th 9:00A- 9:40A $114
M-Th10:40A-11:20A$114
M-Th 9:00A- 9:40A $114
M-Th10:40A-11:20A$114
M,W 4:20P- 5:00P $114
M,W 6:00P- 6:40P $114
M,W 7:40P- 8:20P $114
M,W 4:20P- 5:00P $114
M,W 6:00P- 6:40P $114
M,W 7:40P- 8:20P $114
M,W 4:20P- 5:00P $114
M,W 6:00P- 6:40P $114
M,W 7:40P- 8:20P $114
Tu,Th 3:30P- 4:10P $114
Tu,Th 5:10P- 5:50P $114
Tu,Th 6:50P- 7:30P $114
Tu,Th 3:30P- 4:10P $114
Tu,Th 5:10P- 5:50P $114
Tu,Th 6:50P- 7:30P $114
Tu,Th 3:30P- 4:10P $114
Tu,Th 5:10P- 5:50P $114
Tu,Th 6:50P- 7:30P $114
F 4:20P- 5:00P $128
F 6:00P- 6:40P $128
F 7:40P- 8:20P $128
Sa 8:00A- 8:40A $128
396/27-8/29
406/27-8/29
416/27-8/29
466/28-8/30
476/28-8/30
486/28-8/30
571-258-3600
Sa 9:40A-10:20A$128
Sa11:20A-11:50A$128
Sa 1:00P- 1:40P $128
Su 8:50A- 9:30A $128
Su10:30A-11:10A$128
Su 12:10P-12:50P$128
LEARN TO SWIM LEVEL 4
(Ages 6-12) Child must be able to complete
objectives of Learn to Swim Level 3. Goals of
the class include performing a feet-first entry,
swimming front crawl & elementary backstroke
for 25 yards. Swimming breaststroke, backcrawl
and butterfly for 15 yards. No class 7/3-7/5.
Activity number 473254
SecDates
Day TimeFee
16/22-7/2
26/22-7/2
37/6-7/16
47/6-7/16
57/20-7/30
67/20-7/30
106/8-7/1
116/8-7/1
126/8-7/1
137/6-7/29
147/6-7/29
157/6-7/29
168/3-8/26
178/3-8/26
188/3-8/26
206/9-7/2
216/9-7/2
226/9-7/2
237/7-7/30
247/7-7/30
257/7-7/30
268/4-8/27
278/4-8/27
288/4-8/27
326/26-8/28
336/26-8/28
346/26-8/28
356/27-8/29
366/27-8/29
376/27-8/29
386/27-8/29
396/28-8/30
406/28-8/30
416/28-8/30
M-Th 9:00A- 9:40A $114
M-Th10:40A-11:20A$114
M-Th 9:00A- 9:40A $114
M-Th10:40A-11:20A$114
M-Th 9:00A- 9:40A $114
M-Th10:40A-11:20A$114
M,W 4:20P- 5:00P $114
M,W 6:00P- 6:40P $114
M,W 7:40P- 8:20P $114
M,W 4:20P- 5:00P $114
M,W 6:00P- 6:40P $114
M,W 7:40P- 8:20P $114
M,W 4:20P- 5:00P $114
M,W 6:00P- 6:40P $114
M,W 7:40P- 8:20P $114
Tu,Th 3:30P- 4:10P $114
Tu,Th 5:10P- 5:50P $114
Tu,Th 6:50P- 7:30P $114
Tu,Th 3:30P- 4:10P $114
Tu,Th 5:10P- 5:50P $114
Tu,Th 6:50P- 7:30P $114
Tu,Th 3:30P- 4:10P $114
Tu,Th 5:10P- 5:50P $114
Tu,Th 6:50P- 7:30P $114
F 4:20P- 5:00P $128
F 6:00P- 6:40P $128
F 7:40P- 8:20P $128
Sa 8:00A- 8:40A $128
Sa 9:40A-10:20A$128
Sa 11:20A-12:00P$128
Sa 1:00P- 1:40P $128
Su 8:50A- 9:30A $128
Su10:30A-11:10A$128
Su 12:10P-12:50P$128
LEARN TO SWIM LEVEL 5
(Ages 6-12) Child must be able to complete
objectives of Learn to Swim Level 4. Goals of the
class include swimming front crawl & elementary
backstroke for 50 yards. Swimming breaststroke,
back crawl and butterfly for 25 yards. No class
7/3-7/5.
Activity number 473255
SecDates
Day
Time Fee
16/22-7/2
26/22-7/2
37/6-7/16
47/6-7/16
57/20-7/30
67/20-7/30
106/8-7/1
116/8-7/1
126/8-7/1
137/6-7/29
147/6-7/29
157/6-7/29
168/3-8/26
178/3-8/26
188/3-8/26
226/9-7/2
236/9-7/2
246/9-7/2
257/7-7/30
267/7-7/30
277/7-7/30
288/4-8/27
298/4-8/27
308/4-8/27
316/26-8/28
326/26-8/28
336/26-8/28
346/27-8/29
356/27-8/29
366/27-8/29
376/28-8/30
386/28-8/30
396/28-8/30
406/28-8/30
M-Th 9:50A-10:30A$114
M-Th 11:30A-12:10P$114
M-Th 9:50A-10:30A$114
M-Th 11:30A-12:10P$114
M-Th 9:50A-10:30A$114
M-Th 11:30A-12:10P$114
M,W 3:30P- 4:10P $114
M,W 5:10P- 5:50P $114
M,W 6:50P- 7:30P $114
M,W 3:30P- 4:10P $114
M,W 5:10P- 5:50P $114
M,W 6:50P- 7:30P $114
M,W 3:30P- 4:10P $114
M,W 5:10P- 5:50P $114
M,W 6:50P- 7:30P $114
Tu,Th 4:20P- 5:00P $114
Tu,Th 6:00P- 6:40P $114
Tu,Th 7:40P- 8:20P $114
Tu,Th 4:20P- 5:00P $114
Tu,Th 6:00P- 6:40P $114
Tu,Th 7:40P- 8:20P $114
Tu,Th 4:20P- 5:00P $114
Tu,Th 6:00P- 6:40P $114
Tu,Th 7:40P- 8:20P $114
F 3:30P- 4:10P $128
F 5:10P- 5:50P $128
F 6:50P- 7:30P $128
Sa 8:50A- 9:30A $128
Sa10:30A-11:10A$128
Sa 12:10P-12:50P$128
Su 8:00A- 8:40A $128
Su 9:40A-10:20A$128
Su 11:20A-12:00P$128
Su 1:00P- 1:40P $128
LEARN TO SWIM LEVEL 6.1
(Ages 6-12) Child must be able to complete
objectives of Learn to Swim Level 5. Goals of
the class include Swimming choice stroke for
500 yards, swimming at least 50 yards of each
stroke. No class 7/3-7/5.
Activity number 473256
SecDates
Day
Time Fee
16/22-7/2
26/22-7/2
37/6-7/16
47/6-7/16
57/20-7/30
67/20-7/30
106/8-7/1
116/8-7/1
M-Th 9:50A-10:30A$114
M-Th 11:30A-12:10P$114
M-Th 9:50A-10:30A$114
M-Th 11:30A-12:10P$114
M-Th 9:50A-10:30A$114
M-Th 11:30A-12:10P$114
M,W 3:30P- 4:10P $114
M,W 5:10P- 5:50P $114
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
CLAUDE MOORE RECREATION CENTER
126/8-7/1
137/6-7/29
147/6-7/29
157/6-7/29
168/3-8/26
178/3-8/26
188/3-8/26
226/9-7/2
236/9-7/2
246/9-7/2
257/7-7/30
267/7-7/30
277/7-7/30
288/4-8/27
298/4-8/27
306/26-8/28
316/26-8/28
326/26-8/28
346/27-8/29
356/27-8/29
366/27-8/29
376/28-8/30
386/28-8/30
396/28-8/30
406/28-8/30
M,W 6:50P- 7:30P $114
M,W 3:30P- 4:10P $114
M,W 5:10P- 5:50P $114
M,W 6:50P- 7:30P $114
M,W 3:30P- 4:10P $114
M,W 5:10P- 5:50P $114
M,W 6:50P- 7:30P $114
Tu,Th 4:20P- 5:00P $114
Tu,Th 6:00P- 6:40P $114
Tu,Th 7:40P- 8:20P $114
Tu,Th 4:20P- 5:00P $114
Tu,Th 6:00P- 6:40P $114
Tu,Th 7:40P- 8:20P $114
Tu,Th 4:20P- 5:00P $114
Tu,Th 6:00P- 6:40P $114
F 3:30P- 4:10P $128
F 5:10P- 5:50P $128
F 6:50P- 7:30P $128
Sa 8:50A- 9:30A $128
Sa10:30A-11:10A$128
Sa 12:10P-12:50P$128
Su 8:00A- 8:40A $128
Su 9:40A-10:20A$128
Su 11:20A-12:00P$128
Su 1:00P- 1:40P $128
ADULT LEVEL 1
(Ages 13 & up) Goals of class include submerging face in water, swimming independently on
front for 5 yards. No class 7/3-7/5.
Activity number 473461
SecDates Days TimeFee
M,W 8:20P- 9:00P $114
16/8-7/1
27/6-7/29 M,W 8:20P- 9:00P $114
38/3-8/26 M,W 8:20P- 9:00P $114
46/27-8/29 Sa11:00A-11:40A$128
56/28-8/30 Su11:00A-11:40A$128
ADULT LEVEL 2
(Ages 13 & up) Goals of class include swimming 25 yards using both front and back crawl
and floating on back for 10 seconds. No class
7/3-7/5.
Activity number 473462
SecDates
Days
TimeFee
571-258-3600
16/9-7/2 Tu,Th 8:20P- 9:00P $114
27/7-7/30 Tu,Th 8:20P- 9:00P $114
38/4-8/27 Tu,Th 8:20P- 9:00P $114
46/27-8/29 Sa 11:50A-12:30P$128
56/28-8/30 Su 11:50A-12:30P$128
ADULT LEVEL 3
(Ages 13 & up) Goals of class include continuing
to develop skills based on students goals. No
class 7/3-7/5.
Activity number 473463
SecDates Days TimeFee
16/26-8/28
F
8:20P- 9:00P $128
AQUATICS & SAFETY
PROGRAMS
LIFEGUARD CLASS
Prerequisites: Must be 15 by last class and be
able to complete a 300-yd swim and get 10lb.
brick from bottom of at least 9 ft. of water at
first class. Must also be able to tread water for
2 minutes using only legs. Bring swimsuit and
towel everyday. Attendance at every class is
mandatory.
473290-01$275.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-6/25 10:00A-6:00P
473290-02$275.00
Sa,Su 7/11-7/1910:00A-6:00P
473290-03$275.00
Sa,Su 8/8-8/1610:00A-6:00P
PRIVATE/SEMI-PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS
(Ages 6 & up) These lessons offer individualized
attention. Half-hour lessons are arranged by
request only and scheduled monthly. Request
forms can be picked up from and returned to
CMRC. Call 571-258-3600 x1566 or e-mail
[email protected]
ResidentPrivate
Semi-private
4 lessons
$150
$100
Non-residentPrivate
Semi-private
4 lessons
$225
$150
Claude Moore Aquatics
Swim Lesson Evaluations:
F
6/26, 7/31, 8/28 5:00P-7:00P
FITNESS TRAINING
& PROGRAM DESIGN
ADULT FITNESS ORIENTATION, CV
(Ages 16 & up) May be strenuous. Learn how to
start, program, and safely use the cardiovascular
equipment. Schedule changes monthly. Contact
[email protected] or call 571-2583600.
473523-01
Included with admission
M-Su6/1-8/30
ADULT FITNESS ORIENTATION, STR
(Age 16 & up) May be strenuous. Learn how
to set the seat, proper form, and technique to
safely use the strength equipment. Schedule
changes monthly. Contact [email protected]
gov or call 571-258-3600.
473524-01
Included with admission
M-Su6/1-8/30
YOUTH FITNESS ORIENTATION
(Ages 12-15) May be strenuous. Two 1-hr sessions to learn proper form, technique, and safety
on the cardiovascular and weight machines.
Schedule changes monthly. Contact Mitchell.
[email protected] or call 571-258-3600.
473723-01$15
M-Su6/1-8/30
MARTIAL ARTS/SELF-DEFENSE
PROGRAMS
TAI CHI 4 ADULTS
(Ages 18 & up) Tai chi is an ancient Chinese
form of mind, body and spirit exercise that uses
slow, circular moments. Low-impact and great
for adults and seniors. Instructor: Lorraine Kelley.
No class 7/14.
473510-01$88.00
Tu 6/9-8/47:15P-8:15P
High School Teens interested in volunteering
with PRCS can contact [email protected]
for information about opportunities and upcoming
teen volunteer orientation sessions.
General registration begins May 14, 2015
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douglass community CENTER
DOUGLASS
COMMUNITY CENTER
405 East Market Street
Leesburg, VA 20176
703-771-5913
M-F 8:00A-9:00P Sat: 8:00A-4:00P
Supply & material fees are payable
to the instructor at the first class.
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps at
Douglass Community Center in
the 2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
TODDLER & PRESCHOOL AGE
PROGRAMS
SCOOTER FUN
(Ages 4-5) Fun and games with scooters.
Activities that help develop movement skills and
overall fitness.
404123-01$6.00
W
6/17-6/179:00A-9:45A
404123-02$6.00
W
6/24-6/249:00A-9:45A
404123-03$6.00
W 7/1-7/19:00A-9:45A
404123-04$6.00
W 7/8-7/89:00A-9:45A
PRINCESS BALLET CAMP
(Ages 4½-8) Ballet incorporated with princess
stories and music. Ballet shoes recommended.
Bring a snack.
Location: Creative Dance Center
$150.00
Ages 4½-6
404120-01
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26 9:30A-12:30P
404120-02
$150.00
Ages 5-8
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31 9:30A-12:30P
FROZEN CAMP
(Ages 2-5) The Kingdom will be “Frozen”
this summer! Join us for three days of chilly,
enchanting fun! We’ll have tea parties with tiara
sandwiches, make crafts fit for a princess and
top it off with a regal performance for all the
land to see! There will be a performance every
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703-771-5913
Thursday! Includes lunch.
Location: Creative Dance Center
404111-01$120.00
Tu,W,Th 6/23-6/259:30A-12:30P
404111-02$120.00
Tu,W,Th 7/21-7/239:30A-12:30P
404111-03$120.00
Tu,W,Th 8/11-8/139:30A-12:30P
OUTSIDE WATER PLAY
(Ages 12-18 mos) Cool off this summer by
enjoying splashing and playing in our little pools.
404110-01$30.00
Th
6/25-8/2010:30A-11:00A
SIDEWALK CHALK FUN
(Ages 2-3) Picasso has nothing on us! We’ll
teach art techniques while creating chalk masterpieces on our sidewalks.
404105-01$5.00
M
6/29-6/299:30A-10:00A
404105-02$5.00
M
7/13-7/139:30A-10:00A
404105-03$5.00
M
8/10-8/109:30A-10:00A
MINI BALLET/JAZZ/TAP CAMP
(Ages 3-4) A taste of different dance styles for
the pre-schooler. Ballet and tap shoes recommended.
Bring a snack.
Location: Creative Dance Center
404121-01$90.00
Tu,W,Th7/7-7/9 9:30A-12:00P
GOING BUGGY
(Ages 4-5) Explore and catch different bugs each
week. We’ll talk about and look for bugs and try
and catch a few in a bug box that your child will
make.
404125-01$20.00
Tu
7/7-7/219:45A-10:30A
TODDLER OUTDOOR GAMES
(Ages 12-36 mos) Get moving and shaking
outside playing fun games with your toddler.
Your child will play a different game each week.
Parent participation required.
404113-01$20.00
F
7/10-7/249:30A-10:15A
404113-02$20.00
F
8/7-8/219:30A-10:15A
MINI JAZZ/HIP HOP CAMP
(Ages 3-5) Hip Hop and Jazz for the young dancer. Jazz shoes recommended. Bring a snack.
Location: Creative Dance Center
404126-01$90.00
Tu,W,Th 7/14-7/169:30A-12:00P
FROZEN ADVENTURE BALLET CAMP
(Ages 3-4) Take an adventure with your favorite
“Frozen” characters while learning pre-ballet and
basic dance skills. Ballet shoes recommended.
Bring a snack.
Location: Creative Dance Center
404127-01$90.00
Tu,W,Th 7/28-7/309:30A-12:00P
NATIONAL SPORTS DAY
(Ages 18-36 mos) Celebrate National Sports Day
by creating cute, sports crafts. Parent participation required.
404115-01$5.00
M
8/3-8/39:45A-10:15A
MINI CAMP ROCKERS CAMP
(Ages 3-4) Musical theater, ballet, jazz, and
gymnastics to popular music. Jazz shoes recommended. Bring a snack.
Location: Creative Dance Center
404128-01$90.00
Tu,W,Th8/4-8/6 9:30A-12:30P
PRINCESS ADVENTURE BALLET CAMP
(Ages 3-4) Take an adventure with your favorite
princesses while learning pre-ballet and basic
dance skills. Ballet shoes recommended. Bring
a snack.
Location: Creative Dance Center
404129-01$90.00
Tu,W,Th 8/18-8/209:30A-12:00P
See You at
Summer
Camp!
Registration is
on going now!
www.loudoun.
gov/camps
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
General registration begins May 14, 2015
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dulles south multipurpose center
DULLES SOUTH
MULTIPURPOSE CENTER
24950 Riding Center Drive
South Riding, VA 20152
571-258-3456
M, W, F 7:00A-6:30P
Tu, Th 7:00A-9:00P
Sa 8:00A-2:00P
Supply & material fees are payable
to the instructor at the first class.
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps at
Dulles South Multipurpose Center
in the 2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS
STAGE, SCREEN & IN BETWEEN
(Ages 4-6) Children will explore the different
areas of theatre with crafts and fun activities.
Come explore the world of theatre in Stage,
Screen, and in Between. Instructor: Ms. Corinne.
805145-01$95.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/1-6/4 9:00A-12:00P
FAIRYTALE FUN!
(Ages 4-6) Ever wonder what the hidden messages are behind fairytales? Each day we will
explore a different classic tale. The camper will
have a blast discovering the magic and wisdom
of these ageless stories. Pack a nut-free snack.
Instructor: Ms. Jane M.
805120-01$82.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/1-6/4 9:00A-12:00P
805120-02$82.00
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/9 9:00A-12:00P
PRINCESS & KNIGHTS
(Ages 3-5) Join Ms. Katherine for medieval-inspired crafts and activities. Please pack a nutfree snack and water for outdoor play.
805171-01
$80.00 (+$20 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th6/1-6/4 9:00A-12:00P
UNDER THE BOARDWALK
(Ages 4-5) Come and join Ms. Gail and Ms.
Jamie for fun as we discover the many treasures
that can be found buried in the sand! We will
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make crafts, learn songs and meet new friends.
Pack a lunch and drink each day!
805109-01$110.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/1-6/4
9:00A-1:00P
PRINCESS IN TRAINING
(Ages 4-6) Join Ms. Madeline for some princess
fun! Everything from coloring to crafts and even
some make believe play! We will also have a tea
party in our favorite princess attire! Bring a bag
lunch! Instructor: Ms. Madeline.
805141-01
$135.00 (+$5 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th6/1-6/4
9:00A-1:00P
805141-02
$135.00 (+$5 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th6/8-6/11 9:00A-1:00P
LET LOOSE ON DR. SEUSS
(Ages 4-5) We will explore Dr. Seuss’s fun &
silly rhyming, words and crazy characters. Pack
a peanut-free lunch and drink. Instructors- Ms.
Camille & Ms. Margie.
805108-01$116.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/1-6/5
9:00A-1:00P
FUN ON THE FARM
(Ages 4-6) Join Ms. Nancy as we investigate life
on a farm. We will make some fun farm-related
crafts and read some funny books! Please pack
a healthy, peanut-free snack and come prepared
for indoor and outdoor play. Instructors: Ms.
Nancy & Ms. Shawn.
805130-01
$176.00 (+$20 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/1-6/5
9:00A-2:00P
SPORTS MADNESS CAMP
(Ages 3-5) Your child will join Ms. Carol for some
sports fun in the gym. Get a feel for all kinds of
sports and see what you like! A new sport will be
introduced each day. Sports will be basketball,
soccer, football, hockey and more! Camp will be
in the gym and outside. There will be time on the
playground also. Pack a peanut free snack and
drink. Instructor: Coach Carol.
805105-02$85.00
Tu,W,Th,F6/2-6/5 12:30P-3:30P
BEACH BLAST
(Ages 3-5) Join Ms. Katherine for crafts and fun
at the seaside. Please pack a nut-free snack and
water for outdoor play.
805172-01
$80.00 (+$20 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th6/8-6/11 9:00A-12:00P
NURSERY RHYME FUN!
(Ages 4-6) Campers will have a fun time
exploring the world of classic nursery rhymes.
Each day we will discuss a new rhyme and do a
related craft. Pack a nut-free snack. Instructor:
Ms. Jane M.
805121-01$82.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/8-6/11 9:00A-12:00P
UNDER THE SEA
(Ages 4-5) Let’s go on a deep sea dive to the
bottom of the ocean to see all the beautiful
things under the surface. Come explore the great
blue sea and have fun learning about the many
creatures that make our oceans so amazing!
We will make crafts, learn songs and meet new
friends. Please bring a small snack. Instructor:
Ms. Jamie & Ms. Gail.
805102-01$110.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/8-6/11 9:00A-1:00P
DINOSAUR ADVENTURE CAMP
(Ages 4-6) Come explore our dinosaur world!
Participants will learn about different types of
dinosaurs, carnivores and herbivores; habitats;
extinction; Paleontology and fossils. Pack a
nut free snack, lunch and extra water bottle
for outdoor fun. $20 supply fee payable to the
instructor on the first day of camp. Instructors:
Ms. Nancy & Ms. Shawn.
805100-01$176.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/8-6/12
9:00A-2:00P
FIRST KICKS
(Ages 2-3) Young players are introduced to game
basics through fundamental activities, games
and fun soccer challenges. One hour a day for
five days. Parents are encouraged to join in and
help guide their child through this fun learning
experience. Please bring a water bottle. Sessions
are coached by a professional British soccer
coach. Instruction by Challenger Sports.
405169-01$96.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26 9:00A-10:00A
405169-02$96.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26 10:15A-11:15A
LITTLE ACTORS WORKSHOP
(Ages 4-6) Campers will have a blast learning
the stages of developing a classic children’s
play. Each day we will add new concepts (story,
characters, lines) with the end result being an
awesome performance. Pack a nut-free snack.
Instructor: Ms. Jane M.
805122-01$82.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-6/25 9:00A-12:00P
DECORATE MY ROOM
(Ages 4-7) Join Ms. Katherine as we make 4
projects that we can put in our very own rooms.
Please pack a nut-free snack and water for
outdoor play.
805173-01
$80.00 (+$20 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-6/25 9:00A-12:00P
THEATRE FOR KIDS
(Ages 4-6) Join Ms. Madeline and for theatre
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
dulles south multipurpose center
fun! We will talk about different types of theatre
like plays and musicals! We will do crafts, small
skits, and even have a costume day! Pack a
peanut-free lunch and come prepared for indoor
and outdoor play. Instructor: Ms. Madeline.
805142-01$135.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-6/25 9:00A-1:00P
MINI SOCCER
(Ages 3-5) Challenger Sports Mini Soccer is fun
games, basic technical practices and small sided
games. This is a one and a half hour per day
for five days, coached by a professional British
soccer coach. Instruction by Challenger Sports.
405269-01$120.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26 11:30A-1:00P
STARS & STRIPES
(Ages 4-7) Join Ms. Katherine as we celebrate
America’s Birthday with creative art projects
and activities. Please pack a nut-free snack and
water for outdoor play
805174-01
$80.00 (+$20 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2 9:00A-12:00P
FARM CAMP
(Ages 4-6) Join Ms. Madeline and learn all about
Farm Fun! We will talk about local farms, animals, and food we eat! Learn how the food gets
to your table from the farm. We will do activities,
crafts, and play games. Pack a peanut-free
lunch and come prepared for indoor and outdoor
play.
805143-01$135.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2 9:00A-1:00P
EXPLORING THE RAINFOREST
(Ages 4-6) Come with us on a great adventure
as we learn about the Rainforest and its importance. We will make crafts and new friends.
Bring a peanut-free lunch with drink and extra
water bottle every day. Instructors: Ms. Gail &
Ms. Margie.
805103-01$145.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31
9:00A-1:00P
PRESCHOOL BOOTCAMP!
(Ages 4-6) ABC’s & 123’s plus colors, shapes
and surprises! Campers will enjoy a fun academic review before heading back to school. Pack a
nut-free snack. Instructor: Ms. Jane M.
805123-01$82.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/6 9:00A-12:00P
ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS
ARCOLA ADVENTURE CAMP
(Ages 9-14) This will be a mildly strenuous
camp. A typical camp week will include a day
Tubing/kayaking, a day of activities at the center;
a day at Kings Dominion and 1-2 days of hiking/
adventure-related activities at various sites. One
time per summer $75 admission/supply fee
required (#805300-00). Additional paperwork Camp Registration forms, school health form and
ID verification are required BEFORE the participant may come to camp. The total cost for each
week is $175; a $25 non-refundable deposit is
required for registration, with the balance due
two weeks before camp starts.
805331-00$25.00
Deposit
805332-01$150.00
Balance
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26
7:00A-6:00P
805333-00$25.00
Deposit
805334-01$150.00
Balance
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/6-7/10
7:00A-6:00P
805335-00$25.00
Deposit
805336-01$150.00
Balance
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/17
7:00A-6:00P
805337-00$25.00
Deposit
805338-01$150.00
Balance
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24
7:00A-6:00P
805339-00$25.00
Deposit
805340-01$150.00
Balance
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31
7:00A-6:00P
805341-00$25.00
Deposit
805342-01$150.00
Balance
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
7:00A-6:00P
BASE CAMP
(Ages 8-12) Join us for a week full of outdoor
adventure related activities here at DSMC! We
will stay on site every day and activities may
include kayaking, paddle boarding, archery,
fishing, hiking, and much more! Please pack
a peanut free lunch/snack, water bottle and
sneakers/hiking shoes. The total cost for each
week is $150; a $25 non-refundable deposit is
required for registration, with the balance due
two weeks before camp starts.
805371-00$25.00
Deposit
805372-01$125.00
Balance
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26
7:00A-6:00P
805373-00$25.00
Deposit
805374-01$125.00
Balance
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/6-7/10
7:00A-6:00P
805377-00$25.00
Deposit
805378-01$125.00
Balance
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24
7:00A-6:00P
805379-00$25.00
Deposit
805380-01$125.00
Balance
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31
7:00A-6:00P
805381-00$25.00
Deposit
General registration begins May 14, 2015
571-258-3456
805382-01$125.00
Balance
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
7:00A-6:00P
805383-00$25.00
Deposit
805384-01$125.00
Balance
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/10-8/14
7:00A-6:00P
CHRISTMAS IN JULY
(Ages 6-10) Only six months until Christmas!
Come in out of the heat and make some
homemade gifts to beat the Christmas shopping
rush. Have a great time crafting a different gift
each day. Pack a nut free snack and extra water
bottle. Instructor: Ms. Nancy.
805213-01
$95.00 (+$20 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26
1:00P-4:00P
NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY
(Ages 6-14) Learn how to use a digital camera
and take as many pictures as you want. We will
explore our on-site nature areas and local parks.
The total cost for each week is $160 for 6/29
and $200 for 8/17 – a $25 non-refundable
deposit is required for registration (can be paid
online!) with the balance to be paid 2 weeks
before camp starts.
805361-00$25.00
Deposit
805362-01$135.00
Balance
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2 7:00A-6:00P
GIRLS SPA SENSATION
(Ages 5-7) Come enjoy a day of pampering!
Games, crafts, movies and many more glamorous activities will be provided. Please pack a
nut-free lunch, snack and a water bottle every
day. Instructors: Ms. Shawn and Ms. Suman.
805251-01$141.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/6-7/10
9:00A-3:00P
SUMMER BASH
(Ages 5-7) Let’s enjoy the summer with an
action packed and exciting week of camp. Kid’s
choice activities will be shared and chosen by
the children. We will play games, make crafts
and so much more! Please pack a peanut-free
lunch, snack and bring a water bottle. Instructors: Ms. Shawn and Ms. Suman.
805252-01$141.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/16
9:00A-3:00P
INTRO TO PAPIER-MÃCHÉ
(Ages 6-10) Not for those who are afraid of dirty
hands! Learn paper mache, make a mirror for
your room and your own personal piñata. Pack
a health, peanut-free snack. Wear clothing you
don’t mind getting dirty! Instructor: Ms. Nancy.
805214-01
$95.00 (+$20 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24
1:00P-4:00P
FRIZBEE GOLF
(Ages 8-14) Ready to play frizbee golf? Join us
as we learn the basics here and then spend the
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week traveling to local courses. Please pack
a peanut free lunch/snack, water bottle and
sneakers/hiking shoes. The total cost for each
week is $200 – a $25 non-refundable deposit
is required for registration (can be paid online!)
with the balance to be paid 2 weeks before
camp starts.
805387-00$25.00
Deposit
805388-01$175.00
Balance
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31
7:00A-6:00P
805389-00$25.00
Deposit
805390-01$175.00
Balance
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/10-8/14
7:00A-6:00P
FUN & GAMES CAMP
(Ages 6-10) We’ll mix it up for a fun week full
of indoor and outdoor games, and cool arts and
crafts projects! Please pack a peanut-free lunch
and an extra water bottle. Please come prepared
for indoor and outdoor play. Instructors: Ms.
Nancy & Ms. Shawn.
805239-01
$203.00 (+$20 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31
9:00A-3:00P
805239-02
$203.00 (+$20 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
9:00A-3:00P
805239-03
$203.00 (+$20 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/17-8/21
9:00A-3:00P
TOTAL FUN CAMP!
(Ages 9-10) This camp is filled with super
fun activities and summer fun for kids! Arts
and crafts: clay, painting, drawing, indoor
and outdoor games and much more! Bring a
peanut-free lunch every day. Instructor: Ms.
Jamisha.
805228-01
$86.00 (+$10 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/6
9:00A-1:00P
ALLSTAR GAME CAMP
(Ages 10-11) All-star camp will focus on
individual skill development. Join us in lots of
games to work on each individual’s agility and
game technique. Throughout this joyful camp,
each individual will build ethics on teamwork and
leadership. Pack a healthy, peanut-free snack
and lunch with extra water bottle. Instructor:
Jache Malone.
805221-01$77.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/6
9:00A-2:00P
SEA CREATURES
(Ages 4-6) Explore the underwater world of the
sea. Meet new creatures and create projects to
bring it alive. Please pack a peanut-free lunch
and drink daily. Instructor: Ms. Camille & Ms.
Margie.
805110-01$116.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/10-8/13 9:00A-1:00P
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AIDA’S SUMMER FUN
(Ages 6-10) Looking for something fun to do for
your kids? Join Ms. Aida with crazy crafts, messy
art, nature hikes, games and much more! Please
pack a peanut-free lunch, snack and a water
bottle. Come prepared for indoor and outdoor
play. Instructor- Ms. Aida.
805232-02$129.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/10-8/13 9:00A-2:00P
805232-03$129.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/17-8/20 9:00A-2:00P
Tu
7/28-7/287:00P-8:00P
405505-16$6.00
Th
7/30-7/307:00P-8:00P
405505-17$6.00
Tu
8/11-8/117:00P-8:00P
405505-18$6.00
Th
8/13-8/137:00P-8:00P
405505-19$6.00
Tu
8/18-8/187:00P-8:00P
405505-20$6.00
Th
8/20-8/207:00P-8:00P
SENIOR PROGRAMS
DSMC NEWSLETTER LIST
(All Ages) What to keep up to date on all the fun
programs going on at DSMC? Want to hear any
news about Phase 2 & 3 of the building? Sign
up for our monthly newsletter and be the first to
know!
605999-99
Free Event
DULLES SOUTH SENIOR CENTER
(Ages 55 & up) For information, look under
“Loudoun County Senior Center at Dulles South
Multi-Purpose Center” in this activity guide or
call 571-258-3883.
MULTIAGE PROGRAMS
ZUMBA!
(Ages 18 & up) A hi-lo impact dance class with
Latin style. Learn Salsa, Samba, Merengue and
more while getting a great workout. Please don’t
forget your water bottle and hand towel. No class
8/4,8/6, 8/25, and 8/27. Instructor: Kelly H.
405505-01$6.00
Tu 6/9-6/97:00P-8:00P
405505-02$6.00
Th
6/11-6/117:00P-8:00P
405505-03$6.00
Tu
6/16-6/167:00P-8:00P
405505-04$6.00
Th
6/18-6/187:00P-8:00P
405505-05$6.00
Tu
6/23-6/237:00P-8:00P
405505-06$6.00
Th
6/25-6/257:00P-8:00P
405505-07$6.00
Tu
6/30-6/307:00P-8:00P
405505-08$6.00
Th 7/2-7/27:00P-8:00P
405505-09$6.00
Tu 7/7-7/77:00P-8:00P
405505-10$6.00
Th 7/9-7/97:00P-8:00P
405505-11$6.00
Tu
7/14-7/147:00P-8:00P
405505-12$6.00
Th
7/16-7/167:00P-8:00P
405505-13$6.00
Tu
7/21-7/217:00P-8:00P
405505-14$6.00
Th
7/23-7/237:00P-8:00P
405505-15$6.00
UNFORGETTABLE BIRTHDAY PARTIES
(Ages 3 & up) Want to have an unforgettable
birthday party? Plan it with us! All of our big toys
and inflatables are available for on-site rentals.
We have a mini golf course, moon bounces,
jousting area, obstacle courses, slide, sumo
suits, pony hops and more! Call 571-258-3456
for prices and availability!
HAVING AN EVENT?
All of our facilities are available for rent. Call
571-258-3456 for prices and availability!
Rent one of our
rooms or pavilions
for your next
special event.
www.loudoun.gov/prcs
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
franklin park
FRANKLIN
PARK
17501 Franklin Park Drive
Purcellville, VA 20132
540-338-7603
Park Hours: Daily 7:00A-Dusk
Office Hours: M-F 9:00A-5:00P
540-338-7603
park activities. Committee members work with
staff to determine how development of the park
can achieve desirable aesthetics while enhancing recreational use for the community. For
more information about the board or to provide
feedback, please contact the Park Manager at
540-338-7603 or [email protected]
MULTIAGE NATURE & OUTDOOR
ADVENTURE PROGRAMS
GREAT AMERICAN BACKYARD CAMPOUT
(Ages 4 & up) At Franklin Park. See “Special
Events” section for description.
462419-01$7.00
Su,Sa 6/27-6/284:00P-11:00A
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps at
Franklin Park in the
2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
GENERAL INFORMATION
INSTRUCTORS WANTED!
We’re looking for instructors who are willing to
share their talents with the community in nature
and education. Please call 540-338-7603.
FACILITY RENTALS
Franklin Park, located in scenic Western
Loudoun County, spans over 200 acres of recreational space with athletic fields, hiking trails,
18-hole disc golf course, stocked pond, leisure
and lap pools and more. Our pavilions, gazebos,
athletic fields, and other accommodations make
Franklin Park the perfect location for your next
event. Call for more information; payment is due
at time of reservation.
ADVENTURE BIRTHDAY PARTIES
(All ages) Celebrate your birthday by trying out
fishing, archery, or a fun campfire at Franklin
Park! Packages include all materials and equipment, plus an instructor. Tent or pavilion rentals
options are also available. Please call for more
information and to schedule your party.
SCOUT PROGRAMS
Are you a scout group looking to complete badge
requirement, build teamwork or spend a fun day
together trying a new activity? Contact sarah.
[email protected] for more information.
FRANKLIN PARK ADVISORY BOARD
(Ages 18 & up) Franklin Park’s Advisory
Committee is a volunteer-based organization
that serves to provide input and help guide park
improvement projects, community events and
FAMILY FUN CAMPFIRE
(All ages) Enjoy an evening of fun family competition at Franklin Park! We’ll spend the evening
around a campfire doing different activities and
competing to win the award of the “funnest”
family. S’mores and hot beverages included.
462420-01$5.00
F
7/17-7/177:30P-9:00P
MONARCH BUTTERFLY CELEBRATION
(All ages) Join us as we celebrate the life cycle
and migration of the Monarch Butterfly through
art, activities, and hands on encounters.
462413-01Free
W
8/26-8/2611:00A-1:00P
FULL MOON CAMPFIRE
(All ages) Enjoy Franklin Park at night and view
the sunset as the full moon rises into the Night
Sky. We’ll spend the evening around a campfire
doing different activities to learn about the moon,
summer astronomy and nocturnal animals’
adaptions to being active at night. S’mores and
hot beverages included.
462421-01$5.00
Sa
8/29-8/297:30P-9:00P
OUTDOOR SPORTS
& FITNESS PROGRAMS
ARCHERY FOR BEGINNERS
(Ages 8-15) Whether you’re just starting off
with archery or you want to sharpen your skills,
this 2-week class is for you. Basic form will be
taught and reinforced with drills and games.
462414-01$40.00
M,W 6/22-7/14:00P-5:00P
462414-02$40.00
M,W 7/6-7/154:00P-5:00P
462414-03$40.00
M,W 7/20-7/294:00P-5:00P
General registration begins May 14, 2015
462414-04$40.00
M,W 8/3-8/124:00P-5:00P
OPEN ARCHERY
(Ages 8 & up) Open Archery helps those who
have mastered the basics hone in their skills
and work on strength and endurance. Completing Archery for Beginners or showing archery
competency is required.
462415-01$10.00
M,W 6/22-6/245:15P-6:15P
462415-02$10.00
M,W 6/29-7/15:15P-6:15P
462415-03$10.00
M,W 7/6-7/85:15P-6:15P
462415-04$10.00
M,W 7/13-7/155:15P-6:15P
462415-05$10.00
M,W 7/20-7/225:15P-6:15P
462415-06$10.00
M,W 7/27-7/295:15P-6:15P
462415-07$10.00
M,W 8/3-8/55:15P-6:15P
462415-08$10.00
M,W 8/10-8/125:15P-6:15P
ARCHERY TOURNAMENT
(Ages 8-16) Come show off your skills at our archery tournament. We’ll have different divisions
for age and style. Bring your own equipment or
use ours.
462416-01$10.00
Beginner
W
8/19-8/194:00P-5:30P
462416-02$10.00
Intermediate
W
8/19-8/195:30P-7:00P
FISHING 101
(Ages 8-15) Whether you’re just a beginner angler or you want to sharpen your skills, this class
is for you. We will focus on your skill level by
improving your techniques and providing advice.
All equipment provided or bring your own.
462417-01$10.00
Tu,Th 6/23-6/255:15P-6:15P
462417-02$10.00
Tu,Th 6/30-7/25:15P-6:15P
462417-03$10.00
Tu,Th7/7-7/95:15P-6:15P
462417-04$10.00
Tu,Th 7/14-7/165:15P-6:15P
462417-05$10.00
Tu,Th 7/21-7/235:15P-6:15P
462417-06$10.00
Tu,Th 7/28-7/305:15P-6:15P
462417-07$10.00
Tu,Th8/4-8/65:15P-6:15P
462417-08$10.00
Tu,Th 8/11-8/135:15P-6:15P
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FISHING OLYMPICS
(Ages 8-15) This is the time to put all that hard
work to use. We will have fishing games and
events to test your skills. Prizes will awarded at
the end of the event.
462418-01$10.00
Tu
8/18-8/184:00P-5:30P
PEE WEE STARS TENNIS
(Ages 4-5) An introductory class to give instructions on the basic strokes, forehand / backhand,
groundstrokes, volleys and serves. No camp 7/3.
462389-01$35.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26 8:30A-9:00A
462389-02$28.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2 8:30A-9:00A
462389-03$35.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/6-7/10
8:30A-9:00A
462389-04$35.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/17 8:30A-9:00A
462389-05$35.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24 8:30A-9:00A
462389-06$35.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31 8:30A-9:00A
462389-07$35.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
8:30A-9:00A
462389-08$35.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/10-8/14 8:30A-9:00A
LITTLE STAR TENNIS
(Ages 6-7) An introductory class to give instructions on the basic strokes, forehand / backhand,
groundstrokes, volleys and serves. No camp 7/3.
462390-01$65.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26 9:00A-10:15A
462390-02$52.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2 9:00A-10:15A
462390-03$65.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/6-7/10 9:00A-10:15A
462390-04$65.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/17 9:00A-10:15A
462390-05$65.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24 9:00A-10:15A
462390-06$65.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31 9:00A-10:15A
462390-07$65.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
9:00A-10:15A
462390-08$65.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/10-8/14 9:00A-10:15A
FUTURE STARS TENNIS
(Ages 8-14) These camps provide junior-beginner/advanced-beginner tennis instruction.
Emphasis will be on learning proper strokes and
footwork, having fun, practicing good sportsmanship and becoming involved in the lifetime sport
of tennis! No camp 7/3.
Location: Franklin Park
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462391-01$70.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26
462391-02$56.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2
462391-03$70.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/6-7/10
462391-04$70.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/17
462391-05$70.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24
462391-06$70.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31
462391-07$70.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
462391-08$70.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/10-8/14
10:30A-12:00P
10:30A-12:00P
10:30A-12:00P
10:30A-12:00P
10:30A-12:00P
10:30A-12:00P
10:30A-12:00P
10:30A-12:00P
RISING STARS TENNIS
(Ages 8-12) Rising Stars is the next stage for
juniors who have mastered Future Stars Tennis.
This class works on refining strokes learned in
Level 1, with emphasis on serves and moving on
to singles/doubles point playing. No camp 7/3.
Location: Franklin Park
462392-01$70.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26 9:00A-10:30A
462392-02$56.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2 9:00A-10:30A
462392-03$70.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/6-7/10 9:00A-10:30A
462392-04$70.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/17 9:00A-10:30A
462392-05$70.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24 9:00A-10:30A
462392-06$70.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31 9:00A-10:30A
462392-07$70.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
9:00A-10:30A
462392-08$70.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/10-8/14 9:00A-10:30A
M,W,F 7/20-7/249:00A-11:00A
462380-06$35.00
M,W,F 7/27-7/319:00A-11:00A
462380-07$35.00
M,W,F 8/3-8/79:00A-11:00A
462380-08$35.00
ELSA & ANNA’S PRINCESS PARTY
(Ages 4-6) Live like a princess! Together, we’ll
sing and dance to our favorite Frozen songs,
make great costumes and have a princess party.
462410-01$35.00
M,W,F 7/20-7/249:00A-11:30A
462410-02$35.00
M,W,F 8/10-8/149:00A-11:30A
LITTLE SPORTS
(Ages 3-6) Sports are fun! This class will introduce your child to a variety of sports including
soccer, t-ball, volleyball, tennis, hockey, and
more! No camp 7/3.
462386-01$35.00
M,W,F 6/22-6/269:00A-11:30A
462386-02$23.00
M,W 6/29-7/29:00A-11:30A
462386-03$35.00
M,W,F 7/6-7/109:00A-11:30A
462386-04$35.00
M,W,F 7/13-7/179:00A-11:30A
462386-05$35.00
M,W,F 7/20-7/249:00A-11:30A
462386-06$35.00
M,W,F 7/27-7/319:00A-11:30A
462386-07$35.00
M,W,F 8/3-8/79:00A-11:30A
462386-08$35.00
M,W,F 8/10-8/149:00A-11:30A
Loudoun County
PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS
PRCS
MY FIRST NATURE CAMP
(Ages 2-3) Bring your little nature lover to our
First Nature Camp to experience the wonders
of the outdoors through nature walks, games,
songs and crafts. No camp 7/3.
462380-01$35.00
M,W,F 6/22-6/269:00A-11:00A
462380-02$28.00
M,W 6/29-7/29:00A-11:00A
462380-03$35.00
M,W,F 7/6-7/109:00A-11:00A
462380-04$35.00
M,W,F 7/13-7/179:00A-11:00A
462380-05$35.00
Like us on
www.facebook.loudounprcs
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
franklin park arts center/loudoun valley cc
FRANKLIN PARK
ARTS CENTER
LOUDOUN VALLEY
COMMUNITY CENTER
36441 Blueridge View Lane
Purcellville, VA 20132
540-338-7973
Supply & material fees are payable
to the instructor at the first class.
320 West School Street
Purcellville, VA 20132
540-338-4122
M, Tu, W, Th, 7:00A-9:30P
F 7:00A-6:00P
Sa 8:00A-4:00P
Supply & material fees are payable
to the instructor at the first class.
See Franklin Park Arts Center Events in this
guide for details about summer performances.
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps at
Franklin Park Arts Center in the
2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps at Loudoun
Valley Community Center in the
2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
MULTIAGE PROGRAMS
PARENT/TODDLER PROGRAMS
JR. THEATRE TOURING SHOW
(Ages 6-14) Learn about traveling theater in this
unique theater camp. In the first two weeks, you
will learn your parts, create costumes and props,
and practice setting up your stage in minutes.
Then, we’ll take the show on the road to libraries
and camps around the county. Weeks 1 & 2 are
at Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve near Leesburg. Week 3, we will be on the road performing.
463220-02
$230.00 (+$10 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-7/10 10:00A-2:30P
MY TODDLER & ME: CAMP DAZE
(Ages 1½-3) Ms. Brenda helps us explore all
things “UNDER THE SEA!” There is so much to
do and see and feel and taste…a never-ending buffet of crafts, songs, stories, sensory
activities and goodies galore! You and your adult
will always have great fun at My Toddler & Me
ProgramS! Instructor: Brenda Vinton.
401128-01$45.00
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/6 10:00A-11:00A
New! SENIOR THEATRE TOURING SHOW
(Ages 13-17) See description for Jr. Theatre
Touring Show. Senior Theatre Show meets at
Franklin Park Arts Center.
463320-02
$230.00 (+$10 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/31 10:00A-2:30P
Register
Online!
Visit www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
HUG A BUG: MY TODDLER & ME
(Ages 1½-3) Ms. Brenda will show you some
cool buggy surprises, help you make your own
bug project & read you a Bug Time story! Hugs
available at No Charge! Instructor: Brenda Vinton.
401122-01$10.00
Tu
6/9-6/910:00A-10:45A
10 LITTLE MONKEYS/MY TODDLER&ME
Ages 1½-3) Round up 10 Little Monkeys...they
can be naughty! Ms. Brenda will assist you with
making your own little monkey and then read
you a funny story about those rascally 10 Little
Monkeys! Instructor: Brenda Vinton.
401123-01$10.00
Tu
7/7-7/710:00A-10:45A
JULY 4TH FUN FLAGS: MY TODDLER&ME
(Ages 1½-3) Ms. Brenda wants to tell you about
General registration begins May 14, 2015
540-338-7973/540-338-4122
the good ole Red, White, and Blue while she
helps you make your own special unique flag to
wave at our town parade, your home backyard
barbecue or at a special event! Instructor:
Brenda Vinton.
401124-01$10.00
Tu
6/23-6/2310:00A-10:45A
FLOAT YOUR BOAT/MY TODDLER&ME
(Ages1½-3) Make a sail boat to sail across the
sea in the mini LVCC “OCEAN”! Ms. Brenda will
help you construct a very special water worthy
boat that you will be able to float in our little
“ocean” outside at LVCC! Instructor: Brenda
Vinton.
401126-01$10.00
Tu
7/21-7/2110:00A-10:45A
MESSY MUNCHKINS: MY TODDLER&ME
(Ages 1½-3) Make a mess together! Let’s play
with shaving cream, play dough and finger
paint! Ms. Brenda will assist you outside for this
Summer time messy mayhem! Play with all the
things that Messy Munchkins LOVE! Instructor:
Brenda Vinton.
401127-01$10.00
Tu
8/18-8/1810:00A-10:45A
PRESCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN
AGE PROGRAMS
MORNING PLAYTIME
(Ages 2-5) Your child can play while you take a
class or exercise. Maximum one hour per day.
Parent must stay on site during this program.
Purchase a 15-punch card for $50. Register in
person. Tuesday class ends at 9:45am. Instructor Sandy Nave.
401101-01$50.00
M Tu,W,Th F 6/1-8/31
8:00A-10:30A
KIDZ KAMP LVCC
(Ages 3½-5½) Kidz Kamp is the perfect first-timer preschool camp! Each day is filled with crafts,
games, music and songs, indoor/outdoor play
and a great social environment. Experience the
thrills and fun of weekly themes! Bring along a
snack and a lunch and get ready for the best
camp week ever!
801120-01
$130.00Jr. Science Sensations
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26
9:00A-1:00P
801120-02
$104.00 Under the Board Walk
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2 9:00A-1:00P
801120-03
$130.00
Culinary Kidz
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/6-7/10
9:00A-1:00P
801120-04
$130.00 Rainforest Rangers
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/17
9:00A-1:00P
801120-05 $104.00
Flat Stanley
Does Purcellville
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m,t,w,Th7/20-7-23 9:00A-1:00P
801120-06
$130.00
Nature Nuts
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31
9:00A-1:00P
801120-07
$130.00 Amer. Girl Doll Week
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
9:00A-1:00P
LITTLE FEET DANCE CAMP
(Ages 3-5) Young dancers will experience the joy
of dance through creative movement while developing rhythmic awareness as well as listening
and large motor skills. Attire is a leotard, tights
and ballet shoes. Tutus welcome! Children must
be three by June 1. No exceptions! Instructor:
Amanda Estep.
401140-01$58.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26 10:00A-10:45A
BEGINNER TUMBLENASTIC CAMP
(Ages 3½-6) Calling all potential gymnasts!
We want YOU! Come stretch, jump and roll, as
we build overall body strength, flexibility and
balance. Learn proper techniques for beginner
tumbling elements like rolls, cartwheels and
handstands. Instructor: Kerry Smith.
401141-01$58.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31 9:00A-9:45A
KINDERGARTEN KIDS FALL 2015-16
(Ages 5-6 years) Will your child be in afternoon
kindergarten next year? Are you looking for
a wonderfully enriching way to enhance his/
her learning experience and extend your day?
Consider KINDERGARTEN KIDS, a dynamic,
engaging program taught by seasoned instructor
Cara Gloeckner. Children play learning games,
conduct science experiments, sing songs, create
crafts and practice math and literacy skills daily.
All of this takes place in a structured, loving and
creative environment in which the children, their
needs, and their interests are priority number
one! A $25 deposit will hold your spot. The
five-day fee is $335/month. Emerick children
are escorted to school. Contact Sandy Nave at
540-338-4122 or [email protected] for
more information.
401102-01
$25.00
Five-day Deposit
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/31-6/14 8:00A-11:15A
401102-02
$25.00
Four-day Deposit
M,Tu,W,Th8/31-6/14 8:00A-11:15A
401102-03
$25.00
Three-day Deposit
Tu,W,Th 8/31-6/148:00A-11:15A
ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS
KIDVENTURES
(Ages 6-9) It’s an Adventure Every Day! Bring
a lunch, a snack and your adventurous side!
Instructors: Cara Gloeckner, Stephanie Royhab,
Lynda Vill, Michele Morrow, and Lori Sullivan.
Location: Loudoun Valley Community Center
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801205-01
$195.00
Kidz Cook Just
Desserts
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-6/26
9:00A-2:00P
801205-02
$156.00
Magic Tree House
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2 9:00A-2:00P
801205-03
$195.00
Tom & Huck
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/6-7/10
9:00A-2:00P
801205-04
$195.00
Magic Tree House
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/17
9:00A-2:00P
801205-05
$195.00
Lil’ Chefs Cook
Around the World
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24
9:00A-2:00P
801205-06
$195.00
Harry Potters
Hogwarts Wizards
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31
9:00A-2:00P
801205-07
$195.00 The Everyday Kitchen
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
9:00A-2:00P
BEGINNER TUMBLING CAMP
(Age 5 & up) Spend a week on your tumbling
techniques while having a fun experience! Join
Ms. Kerry as you learn proper techniques for
beginner tumbling elements such as rolls, cartwheels, and handstands while building overall
body strength, flexibility, and balance. Instructor:
Kerry Smith.
401142-01$90.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31 10:00A-11:00A
FIRST GRADE FUNDAMENTALS
(Ages 6-7) Our new “First Grade FUNdementals”
is an after-school program with pickup for Emerick first graders only. Students are escorted from
Emerick to LVCC daily. This program provides an
enriching and safe environment for children to
engage in sports, art, science, language games,
and outside activities. First grade and extracurricular activities during this critical growth period
establish the foundation for primary school!
The monthly fee is $250, due by the first of the
month, starting in September. Late fees apply
the 16th of each month. The $45 registration/
transportation fee saves your place. Call 540338-4122 or email [email protected]
gov.
401213-01
$45.00
Reg./Transport Fee
M,Tu,W,Th,F5/5-8/31
2:30P-5:00P
MULTIAGE PROGRAMS
FIRE WORKS T-SHIRT
(Ages 3-9) Celebrate the 4th of July and show
your patriotic spirit with your very own fireworks
t-shirt! Join Ms. Stephanie and design YOUR
OWN t-shirt. Decorate with glitter fabric paint for
a shirt fit for Uncle Sam! Instructor: Stephanie
Royhab.
401113-01$25.00
Tu
6/30-6/3010:00A-12:00P
BUILD YOUR BEAR
(Ages 4-10) Spend a summer day “making
and taking” your own Teddy Bear. Yes, you will
stuff him and dress him in his very own t-shirt
and put him in his very own special bag! Ms.
Elizabeth will help you every step of the way plus
gather you up for some special bear games and
stories. All supplies included. Instructor Elizabeth
Licciardone.
401117-01$29.00
Th
6/4-6/412:00P-2:00P
LOTS & LOTS OF LEGO
(Ages 4-7) Calling all LEGO® lovers! Join us for
a super BIG building-time. We will also make
a special LEGO® craft and play some LEGO®
games. Let your imagination be your guide! You
are welcome to bring your own LEGOS®. Instructor: Elizabeth Licciardone.
401119-01$23.00
Th
6/11-6/1112:00P-2:00P
INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED TUMBLING CAMP
(Ages 6 & up) Join Ms. Kerry for a fun filled week
as you build on basics and progress to more
difficult tumbling elements such as round-offs,
back bends, and more. Learn to combine tricks
in sequence. Improve strength and flexibility
through drills and conditioning. Instructor: Kerry
Smith.
401143-01$90.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
9:30A-10:30A
PRESCHOOL ORIENTATION
(Ages 2 & up) Meet your child’s teacher and
check out the classroom anytime between 10:00
a.m. and 12:00 p.m. A hotdog picnic lunch will
be served at noon. Admission is free, but reservations are required using the RecTrac numbers
below. Please notify LVCC of any food allergies
when registering.
401710-01
Reserve
Parent + child
F
8/28-8/2810:00A-1:00P
401710-02
Reserve Each add’l attendee
F
8/28-8/2812:00P-1:00P
HEALTH & FITNESS
PROGRAMS
FITNESS CENTER
(Ages 16 & up) Come in and work out. Get back
in shape or just tone up. $150.00 gets you a
6 month membership. Seniors 55 and up, or
students 24 and under with an ID, get a full year
for $150. Must sign up in person at LVCC.
401706-01
$150.00
6 Mos
M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa6/1-8/31
7:00A-9:30P
401706-02
$275.00
1 Year
M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa6/1-8/31
7:00A-9:30P
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
lovettsville community center
401706-03
$150.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa6/1-8/31
401706-04
$100.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa6/1-8/31
1Yr Sr/Student
7:00A-9:30P
6 Mos Sr/Student
7:00A-9:30P
FITNESS CTR SUPER PASS
(Ages16 & up) Join the LVCC Fitness Center AND
participate in any of our $100.00 punch card
fitness programs. For one fee, 6 different classes
are available through a punch card system. Must
register in person at LVCC.
401709-01
$350.00
6 Mos
M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa6/1-8/31
7:00A-9:30P
401709-02
$350.00
1 Yr Sr/Student
M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa6/1-8/31
7:00A-9:30P
PERSONAL TRAINING
Members of the LVCC Fitness Center have the
option of working with a certified personal trainer. A personal trainer can help you learn proper
use of the fitness center equipment, set up a
fitness program and help you stay motivated
to reach your fitness goals, and more! Individual sessions or packages may be purchased.
Appointments are made in advance directly with
the trainer. Call 540-338-4122 or email [email protected]
401506-00
$35/Hour Packages Available
TAI CHI
(Ages 16 & up) Tai Chi is a martial art that
teaches strength, balance, relaxation and
flexibility through the learning group repetition
of a sequence of slow movements. Total of 16
classes per session. Instructor: Bob Gardner.
401503-01$110.00
Beginner
M,W
6/1-7/2210:00A-11:00A
401503-02$110.00
Intermediate
M,W 6/1-7/229:00A-10:00A
401503-03$110.00
Advanced
M,W 6/1-7/228:00A-9:00A
PUNCH CARD FITNESS
(Ages 18 & up) Join us at LVCC for any of the
6 PUNCH CARD fitness classes. Purchase your
card at LVCC or online. If purchased online, you
must activate your card in person at LVCC. You
may pay a $9 drop-in fee as another option for
any PUNCH CARD fitness class.
401507-00
$100.00
15 Classes
M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa6/1-8/31
6:30P-7:30P
ZUMBA
(Ages 18 & up) Zumba fuses hypnotic Latin and
international rhythms and easy-to-follow moves
to create a one of a kind fitness program that will
inspire you to dance your way to fitness. It’s an
exciting hour of calorie-burning, body-energizing,
inspiring movements designed to engage and
motivate. Class may include some abdominal
540-822-5284
strength/stability training. All fitness levels
welcome. Instructors: Christy Turnbull on Mon &
Wed. Amanda Estep on Fri.
401508-01
$100.00
Monday PM
M
6/1-8/317:30P-8:40P
401508-02
$100.00
Wednesday PM
W
6/3-8/267:30P-8:40P
401508-03
$100.00
Friday AM
F
6/5-8/289:00A-10:00A
YOGA
(Ages 16 & up) Learn postures for flexibility,
strength, and balance as you calm your mind
and cleanse your body. Breathing techniques,
seated, standing, twist and inversion postures
will be covered. Bring a yoga mat, towel and
water. Instructor: Faith Cooper.
401509-01
$100.00
Yoga for You
M
6/1-8/318:00A-9:00A
401509-02$100.00
Vinyasa
W
6/3-8/267:00P-8:00P
ZOOMER FIT
(Ages 16-Adult) This class is specifically designed with the mature adult in mind and offers
a combination of low impact cardio options,
muscular strength, endurance conditioning,
balance and flexibility training. Although this
class is designed for our Zoomer members,
it is open to all ages for a fantastic workout!
ZOOMER=Boomer with a ZIP! Instructor: Kathleen Mallampalli.
401511-01$100.00
Tu,Th 6/2-8/278:00A-9:00A
TABATA TUESDAY
(Ages 16 & up)Tabata training is the hottest
trend in high-intensity, low or no equipment
workouts. A total body experience, this 4- minute
structured interval workout consists of varied
work intensities that lasts for several seconds
and is followed by a short rest. All levels welcome! Instructor: Kathleen Mallampalli
401510-01$100.00
Tu
6/2-8/259:15A-10:00A
BODY ESSENTIALS
(Age16 & up) Total body conditioning and
strength class, emphasizes movements we use
in our everyday lives as well as some concentrated core work (abdominal, back and balance).
This class will challenge all of your major muscle
groups, increase definition and tone, as well
as improve your bone density. Great music, fun
people, and your choice of weights to inspire
you to get the results you have been looking for!
All fitness levels welcome! Instructor: Kathleen
Mallampalli
401512-01$100.00
Th
6/4-8/279:15A-10:15A
General registration begins May 14, 2015
LOVETTSVILLE
COMMUNITY CENTER
57 E. Broad Way
Lovettsville, VA 20180
540-822-5284
M-Th 7:00A-7:000P F 7:00A-6:30P
Supply & material fees are payable
to the instructor at the first class.
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps at
Lovettsville Community Center in
the 2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
PARENT & CHILD PROGRAMS
TORNADO TODDLERS
(Ages 1-5) Beat the heat and play in our cool
gymnasium. Parent & child will have access to
our balls, cones, toys to play with. Feel free to
bring appropriate toys to share. $1 for each child
and must be supervised by parent or guardian.
Pay at door$1.00
F
6/5-8/1410:30A-12:00P
PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS
T.O.P.S.
(Ages 3-5) Your Totally Outrageous Pre-Schooler
(T.O.P.S) will have a blast in this program! Play
with new friends, enjoy creative crafts, music,
scooters, games and time at the center’s Palm
Tree pool! Each day will be an outrageous
adventure. You can’t TOP this program! Children
must be potty trained, able to separate from
parent with ease and be three years old by the
first day of class. Bring a snack and a drink.
Instructor: Lisa Cope or Barbara Ray
402101-01$70.00
Tu,W,Th6/2-6/4 9:30A-12:00P
402101-02$70.00
Tu,W,Th6/9-6/119:30A-12:00P
402101-03$70.00
Tu,W,Th 6/16-6/189:30A-12:00P
402101-04$70.00
Tu,W,Th 6/23-6/259:30A-12:00P
402101-05$70.00
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Tu,W,Th6/30-7/29:30A-12:00P
402101-06$70.00
Tu,W,Th7/7-7/9 9:30A-12:00P
402101-07$70.00
Tu,W,Th 7/14-7/169:30A-12:00P
402101-08$70.00
Tu,W,Th 7/21-7/2310:30A-12:00P
402101-09$70.00
Tu,W,Th8/4-8/6 9:30A-12:00P
402101-10$70.00
Tu,W,Th 8/11-8/139:30A-12:00P
extreme OBSTACLE ADVENTURES
(Ages 4-6) We are taking obstacle courses to the
next level, the extreme level! Children will jumps,
roll, hop, run, duck and maybe get wet or slimed
in our fun creative obstacle course. Program may
be held indoors or outdoors. Instructor: LOVCC
Super Staff!
402103-01$15.00
M
6/15-6/159:30A-11:00A
402103-02$15.00
F
7/10-7/109:30A-11:00A
402103-03$15.00
M
8/3-8/39:30A-11:00A
SPORTIES CAMP
(Ages 3-5) Develop kicking, running, throwing,
catching, and good sportsmanship skills during
our summer version of Sporties.
402106-01$30.00
Tu,W,Th 7/28-7/3010:00A-11:00A
ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS
KIDZ ZONE
(Entering Grade 1- Graduating Grade 5) Come
join us for swimming, sports, arts, crafts,
dodgeball, field trips and more. Pack a lunch.
Instructor: Denise Dant.
402200-02$80.00
Tu,W,Th6/23-6/259:30A-1:30P
402200-03$80.00
Tu,W,Th7/7-7/9 9:30A-1:30P
402200-04$80.00
Tu,W,Th7/14-7/169:30A-1:30P
402200-05$80.00
Tu,W,Th8/4-8/6 9:30A-1:30P
402200-06$80.00
Tu,W,Th8/11-8/139:30A-1:30P
DIP-N-DODGE CAMP
(Entering Grade 1 - Graduating Grade 5) Come
join us for Classic, Scramble, War, Dr. Dodge, Ultra Ball, Battleship - we’ll play all these versions
of dodgeball! Once we are done, we’ll cool off
at the pool. Cost includes pool admission and all
activities. Instructor: Denise Dant.
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402202-02$70.00
Tu,W,Th6/30-7/210:00A-1:30P
DIP-N-DODGE DAYS
(Ages 6-11) Looking for a fun way to end your
week!? We’ll play various games of dodge ball,
have lunch and then cool off at the pool. Instructor: Denise Dant.
402209-01$25.00
F
6/19-6/1910:00A-1:30P
402209-02$25.00
F
7/17-7/1710:00A-1:30P
402209-03$25.00
F
8/7-8/710:00A-1:30P
CAMP NERF
(Ages 6-11) Pack your Nerf Gun and darts. We’ll
have a morning of Nerf Games and battles, and
then we’re off to the pool to cool off and relax.
Bring a lunch, your own Nerf equipment and
darts. Instructor: Denise Dant.
402210-01$25.00
M
7/6-7/610:00A-1:30P
402210-02$25.00
M
8/10-8/1010:00A-1:30P
GIRLS DAY OUT
(Ages 6-11) A special day just for girls! We’ll
paint our nails, play fun games, have lunch and
cool off at the pool. Inctructor: Denise Dant.
402211-01$25.00
M
6/29-6/2910:00A-1:30P
402211-02$25.00
M
7/13-7/1310:00A-1:30P
MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL
AGE PROGRAMS
TEEN LOVCC
(Ages 13-17) Give back to your community
by volunteering. Assist our center with special
events, event set-up and take down, children’s
arts, crafts and games. Application and interview
is required. Email [email protected]
for more information.
TEEN OPEN GYM
(Grades 6-12) Get out of the HEAT and gather
your friends for drop-in basketball or other gym
activities. Drop-in times are subject to change.
No registration required.
Pay at door$1.00
M, W
6/22-8/19
4:00P-6:00P
MULTIAGE PROGRAMS
BOOT CAMP
(Ages 18 & up) Are you bored with your work-
out? Are you not seeing the results you want?
Then it’s time to join the Fitness Image Results
Sports & Fitness Boot Camp! Their drill instructors are highly qualified, motivational fitness
professionals who will guide you and your body
to a new you. Whatever your goals may be, your
Boot Camp instructor will help you achieve them.
Whether you are just starting out with a training
program or you are a seasoned veteran, the Boot
Camp program can be tailored to fit your needs.
Re-energize your workout, your body and your
mind by joining the team! Drop-in is available for
$15 per class.
402500-01$90.00
M,W 6/1-6/297:00P-8:00P
402500-02$90.00
Tu,Th 6/2-6/308:30A-9:30A
402500-03$90.00
M,W 7/1-7/297:00P-8:00P
402500-04$90.00
Tu,Th 7/2-7/308:30A-9:30A
402500-05$90.00
M,W 8/3-8/317:00P-8:00P
402500-06$80.00
Tu,Th 8/4-8/278:30A-9:30A
VINYASA YOGA
(Ages 16 & up) Class is mixed level Vinyasa
Flow yoga, appropriate for yoga newbies as
well as more experienced practitioners. Vinyasa
means “to place in a special way”, and Vinyasa
movements are smoothly flowing, and offer the
opportunity to connect movement with breath,
allowing you to improve strength and flexibility,
while reducing stress and learning to respect
your own body in new ways. Please bring a mat,
water and wear comfortable clothing. Instructor:
Jessica Ogden.
402712-01$71.00
Tu
6/16-7/288:30A-9:30A
402712-02$71.00
W
6/17-7/297:00P-8:00P
PUNCH CARD FITNESS
Purchase a 15-visit punch card for $100 and
use it for Water Workout, PIYO and other fitness
classes or pay a drop-in fee of $8.00. Must
register in person at LOVCC for punch card. For
more information or to be added to the Adult
Fitness email list, contact [email protected]
PIYO
(Ages 16 & up) A great mix of both Pilates and
Yoga exercises in a class that is designed to
increase your strength and flexibility. It is truly
the best of both worlds. This class is designed to
accommodate students of varying fitness levels.
Participants should wear comfortable, athletic
wear ready to bend and stretch. Please bring a
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
lucketts community center
mat and some water. Instructor: Amy Horace.
Punch Card will be good for 15 classes. Drop-in
fee: $8/class.
402502-01
$100/punch card
Tu
6/2-8/186:30P-7:30P
402502-02
$100/punch card
W
6/3-8/199:00A-10:00A
WATER WORKOUT
(Ages 15 & up) A well-balanced and thorough
water exercise program. Instructor: Barbara
Talbott. No class 8/4.
M,W,F 6/17-8/149:30A-10:30A
Tu,Th 6/18-8/137:00P-8:00P
SWIM CONDITIONING
(Ages 18 & up) Swimming is a great low-impact
cardio workout. This class is targeted to those
who want to refine their strokes while getting a
great workout. Instructor: Tami Carlow.
428701-01$88.00
Tu,Th 7/7-7/307:00P-8:00P
428701-02
$88.00
Tu,Th 8/4-8/277:00P-8:00P
special events
FAMILY POOL NIGHT
(All ages) Bring the whole family to the Lovettsville Community Pool for a refreshing good time.
Enjoy games, music, and other fun poolside
activities!
Pay at door $3/Ages 3 & up
$.50/Ages 2 & under
W
6/24-6/247:15P-9:00P
Pay at door $3/Ages 3 & up
$.50/Ages 2 & under
W 7/1-7/17:15P-9:00P
Pay at door $3/Ages 3 & up
$.50/Ages 2 & under
W 7/8-7/87:15P-9:00P
Pay at door $3/Ages 3 & up
$.50/Ages 2 & under
W
7/15-7/157:15P-9:00P
SENIOR PROGRAMS
BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS
(Ages 18 & up) Keep tabs on your health! The
Loudoun Mobile Care Unit will be at the center
on the first and third Thursday of the month for
blood pressure checks. No registration required.
Th
6/4-8/611:30A-12:30P
SOCIAL SENIORS
(Ages 55 & up) Home cooked meals and great
703-771-5281
socialization on the first and third Thursday of
the month. Please call the center by the Tuesday
before if you plan to attend.
Pay at door$5.00
Th
6/4-8/612:00P-2:00P
LUCKETTS
COMMUNITY CENTER
42361 Lucketts Road
Leesburg, VA 20176
703-771-5281
M,T,W,F • 7:00A-6:00P
Th • 7:00A-9:00P
Supply & material fees are payable
to the instructor at the first class.
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps at
Lucketts Community Center in
the 2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS
PRESCHOOL FUN CAMP
(Ages 3-5) Preschoolers enjoy a week of summer fun with great activities, games, and arts &
crafts. Bring a nut-free lunch, and wear closedtoe shoes. Snacks are provided. Instructor:
Donna Van Wagoner
409101-01
$150.00, $130/ea. add’l child
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/1-6/5
9:00A-1:00P
409101-02
$150.00, $130/ea. add’l child
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/8-6/12
9:00A-1:00P
409101-03
$150.00, $130/ea. add’l child
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/15-6/19
9:00A-1:00P
ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS
GROWING STAGE DRAMA CAMP
(Ages 7-13) It’s your turn in the spotlight! Have
you ever wanted to stand on the stage and let
the world see you shine? Campers will discover
the wonderful world of acting as they perform in
a Growing Stage production of Disney’s Sleeping
Beauty KIDS, which features many roles for a
large chorus, as the sleeping Disney princess,
her fairy friends and her handsome prince face
General registration begins May 14, 2015
off against the evil Maleficent.
709201-01$460.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F6/22-7/3
9:00A-3:00P
AROUND THE WORLD IN 5 DAYS
(Ages 6-11) Have fun learning about other countries in this action packed camp with Miss Helena, who has lived and traveled around the world.
Experience other cultures through language,
music, food, stories, arts and crafts, and more.
Campers bring a nut-free lunch; snacks and
drinks are provided. Instructor: Helena Bullock.
709202-01$150.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/6-7/10
9:00A-1:00P
KIDS CAN COOK! CAMP
(Ages 6-11) Have fun exploring the world of food
with hands-on experience creating yummy treats
to eat. Learn about dishes from other countries
with Miss Helena, who has lived and traveled
around the world, and also how to set a table,
manners, nutrition, and more. Lunch and snacks
provided. Instructor: Helena Bullock.
709203-01$150.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/17
9:00A-1:00P
SILVER KNIGHTS CHESS CAMP
(Ages 6-12) Learn chess from a Silver Knights
coach. Lessons range from learning the rules
to advanced tournament strategies. Class time
is split between lesson and play. All grades and
skill levels are welcome. Students are paired
against opponents of similar skill.
409211-01$166.00
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2 9:00A-12:00P
JR MINECRAFT PROGRAMMING
(Ages 6-9) Using a custom mod called “Computercraft”, students will learn how to program
robots called “Turtles” inside the world of
Minecraft. Kids will use problem-solving skills by
learning how to program their robots to complete
various tasks and objectives. Looking for a fun
way to introduce your child to programming?
Why not do it using a game they love! Snacks
are provided. Instruction by C3 Cyber Club.
409203-01$275.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/17 9:00A-12:00P
MINECRAFT MODDING
(Ages10-14) Students will learn how to create
and texture their own items and codes using
the popular game Minecraft, while at the same
time learning the basics of Java! Learn how to
create and implement your own custom blocks,
weapons, and more! Students will learn from
pre-made templates, and how to create their
own Java packages and classes. By the end of
class, students will have their own fully functional Minecraft mod package that they can use and
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modify at home. Snacks are provided. Instruction
by C3 Cyber Club.
409204-01$275.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/13-7/17
1:00P-4:00P
PRE-ENGINEERING USING LEGO®
(Ages 5-6) Let your imagination run wild with
tens of thousands of LEGO®! Build engineer-designed projects such as boats, bridges, mazes
and motorized cars, and use special pieces to
create your own unique design! Explore the endless creative possibilities of the LEGO® building
system with the guidance of an experienced
Play-Well TEKnologies instructor. Snacks are
provided.
409201-01$170.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24 9:00A-12:00P
LEGO® ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS
(Ages 7-11) Power up your engineering skills
with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO®! Apply real-world concepts in
physics, engineering, and architecture through
engineer-designed projects such as arch
bridges, skyscrapers, motorized cars, and the
Battletrack! Design and build as never before,
and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive
environment. Snacks are provided.
409202-01$170.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24
1:00P-4:00P
JR LEGO® ROBOTICS SPORTS
(Ages 6-9) Powered by the LEGO® Education Wedo Base Set and Software, this class
combines the exciting world of LEGO® with
programming to manipulate and program your
own personal robots. It is tailored to younger
children who want to learn the basics of visual
programming. Students learn teamwork by working together to accomplish the build assignment
for the day. Bring out your inner engineer today!
Snacks are provided. Instruction by C3 Cyber
Club.
409205-01$275.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31 9:00A-12:00P
LEGO® ROBOTIC VEHICLES
(Ages 10-14) Powered by the LEGO® MINDSTORMS Education Ev3 Base Set and Software,
our Robotics class combines the exciting world
of LEGO® with programming to manipulate and
program your own personal robot. Learn to create commands, and configure different sensors
to create the ultimate robot! Students work
together to build and program their designs.
Snacks provided. Instruction by C3 Cyber Club.
409206-01$275.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/27-7/31
1:00P-4:00P
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WALK ON THE WILD SIDE DRAWING
WORKSHOP
(Ages 5-7) Lions and tigers and giraffes, oh my!
Children love to draw animals and our simple
stepwise approach shows them how. We draw
and color many different zoo and sea creatures
in their habitats, using realistic and cartoon art
styles. We encourage your child to build on their
drawing talents and practice classroom skills in
a fun, nurturing environment. Join us for a walk
on the wild side! Snacks provided. Instruction by
Young Rembrandts.
409207-01$225.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
9:00A-12:00P
SUN & SURF FUN DRAWING WORKSHOP
(Ages 5-7) Celebrate vacation time in this
drawing workshop devoted to summer sun. We
use graphic art techniques to draw a stylized
rollercoaster, and detail a tropical fish with bold
patterning and color. Then, we use cartooning to
depict action and expression of playful characters having fun in the sun. We experiment with
pastels to evoke the lazy, hazy days of summer.
We encourage your young artist to use their creativity and imagination, while giving them useful
tools and techniques to express themselves
through art. Snacks provided. Instructed by
Young Rembrandts.
409209-01$225.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
9:00A-12:00P
AUSTRALIAN ADVENTURES DRAWING
WORKSHOP
(Ages 6-12) Join us for a drawing adventure
Down Under! We will sketch a mama kangaroo
bouncing along with her joey, and have some
cartooning fun in the Outback with Australian-themed jokes and imagery like platypuses and boomerangs. We explore Australian
architecture with a dramatic graphic image of
the Sidney Opera House and its unique seashell
design. We encourage your young artist to use
their creativity and imagination, while giving
them useful tools and techniques to express
themselves through art. Snacks provided.
Instructed by Young Rembrandts.
409208-01$225.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/3
1:00P-4:00P
FASHION DESIGNERS RUNWAY DRAWING
WORKSHOP
(Ages 6-12) Fashion Designers Runway Drawing
Workshop is tailored for the aspiring fashionista.
We will explore the various aspects of fashion
design, and create your own model headshots
by learning how to draw facial features and hairstyles. Use color and patterns to customize your
model’s makeup and clothing, and create unique
outfits and accessories. Illustrate your own
runway show with models in full poses wearing
your fashion line! Snacks provided. Instruction by
Young Rembrandts.
409210-01$225.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/3-8/7
1:00P-4:00P
MIDDLEBURG
COMMUNITY CENTER
300 West Washington Street, P.O. Box 888
Middleburg, VA 20118
540-687-6375
M-F 8:30A-5:45P
Supply & material fees are payable
to the instructor at the first class.
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps at
Middleburg Community Center in
the 2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
LICENSED PRESCHOOL
2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR
(Ages 3-5) We offer a nine-month preschool
program licensed by the VA Department of Social
Services. The class follows the Loudoun County
School calendar. Your child will enjoy fun-filled
mornings participating in learning activities,
games, arts and crafts, story time and outdoor
play. The Virginia Department of Social Services
requires proof of current immunizations, proof of
age, and childcare application form. Please note
that there is a one-time non-refundable registration fee of $45. Call for registration information
and class schedules.
$231/month
M,W,F 9/9-5/279:00A-12:00P
ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS
AFTER KINDERGARTEN @ ALDIE ELEMENTARY
(Ages 5-6) You don’t have to go home after kindergarten! Stay with us and enjoy lunch, recess,
creative time and enrichment time in a safe,
recreational, learning environment with your
kindergarten friends. Registration and childcare
paperwork are required. Call 540-687-6375 or
email [email protected]
Location: Aldie Elementary School
In Person
$395.00/month
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
Bolen park/philomont cc
M,Tu,W,Th,F
In Person
3 days/week
8/31-6/14
$260.00
8/31-6/14
10:50A- 2:35P
10:50A- 2:35P
KIDS CLUB
(Ages 5-12) Ride the bus after school from
Middleburg Community Charter School for
homework time, games, activities, and outdoor
play. Bring Snack. The required registration and
childcare forms and payment must be handled
in person at the center. Part time arrangements
can be made. Call 540-687-6375 or email sheri.
[email protected]
$325.00/month
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/4-6/14
2:40P-5:45P
$200.00/month
3 days/week 8/4-6/14
2:40P-5:45P
571-258-3487/540-338-5882
Brownies
You can meet your requirements right here at
Bolen! Currently offering the Hiker, Bugs, Senses,
and Letterboxer.
Days Vary
$5.00
9:00A-6:00P
Juniors
Juniors can complete Gardener, Geocacher,
Animal Habitats, and Flowers requirements while
spending a day with friends in nature.
Days Vary
$5.00
9:00A-6:00P
Wolf Cub
Come out to Bolen to complete your Council Fire
and Paws on the Path Adventure.
Days Vary
$5.00
9:00A-6:00P
42405 Claudia Dr.
Leesburg, VA 20175
571-258-3487
Hours: Daily: Dawn to Dusk
Office: M-F 8:30A-5:00P
www.loudoun.gov/bolenpark
Bear Cub
Spend the day at the park with your troop and
meet requirements at the same time! Currently
offering Fur, Feathers, and Ferns Adventure.
Days Vary
$5.00
9:00A-6:00P
Webelos
Webelos can complete the following adventures
at Bolen: Cast Iron Chef and Webelos Walkabout.
Days Vary
$5.00
9:00A-6:00P
MULTIAGE PROGRAMS
SCOUT PROGRAMS
Some scout badges are scheduled in advance,
others by request. Adult must accompany scout.
Minimum numbers are required to run programs.
Leaders and chaperones are included for free
and do not need to register. All scout programs
include an outdoor portion, so please dress
appropriately. These programs meet MOST
badge requirements. For more information call
571-258-3485.
Daisies
Girls can meet requirements for Clover Petal by
using their resources wisely at the park.
Days Vary
$5.00
9:00A-6:00P
36592 Jeb Stuart Road
Philomont, VA 20131
540-338-5882
M-F 8:30A-5:00P
Supply & material fees are payable
to the instructor at the first class.
Tiger Cub
Following adventures can be completed at the
park: Backyard Jungle, Tigers in the Wild, and
Games Tigers Play.
Days Vary
$5.00
9:00A-6:00P
PHILIP A. BOLEN
MEMORIAL PARK
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps at
Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park in
the 2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
PHILOMONT
COMMUNITY CENTER
NATURAL RUNNING CAMP
(Ages 8-14) Spend a week improving your
running ability in an outdoor natural setting.
Are you looking for a fun way to keep up with
running this summer? Join us for a week of
using agility, props, and strengthening exercises
to better perform. Utilize our 5K trail, compete in
an obstacle course, interact with guest speakers,
make healthy snacks, and take a field trip to a
running course. Bring snack, lunch, and drink
daily. Call for more information.
375777-01$180.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F7/20-7/24
Register
Online!
Visit www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
General registration begins May 14, 2015
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps at
Philomont Community Center in
the 2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
Pre-registration is required a minimum of 48-hrs
prior to an event, unless otherwise stated.
LICENSED PRESCHOOL
(Ages 2½- 5) We offer a nine-month preschool
program that follows the Loudoun County
school calendar. The State Department of Social
Services requires proof of current immunizations,
proof of age and a child care application form.
Licensed Preschool spaces are still available for
the 2015/16 school year. Call for current class
availability and information.
PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS
TOTS 4-DAY THEME CAMPS
(Ages 3-5) Are you ready to have fun this
summer? Come join us for our themed four day
camps with Ms. Robin. Each week we will explore a different theme with our friends with arts
and crafts, science and other various activities.
Please come prepared for indoor and outdoor
play. Pack a lunch and a water bottle.
811101-01
$80.00Boats/ Airplanes & Trains
Tu,W,Th,F5/26-5/29 9:30a-12:30p
811101-02
$80.00
Zoo Animals
M,Tu,W,Th6/1-6/4 9:30a-12:30p
811101-03
$80.00
Robots & Rockets
M,Tu,W,Th6/8-6/11 9:30a-12:30p
811101-04
$80.00 Raindrops/Mud Pies
Rainbows
M,Tu,W,Th6/15-6/18 9:30a-12:30p
811101-05
$80.00
Wild Animals
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M,Tu,W,Th6/22-6/25 9:30a-12:30p
811101-06
$80.00
America the Great
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2 9:30a-12:30p
811101-07
$80.00
Little Painters
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/9 9:30a-12:30p
811101-08
$80.00
Arts & Crafts
M,Tu,W,Th7/13-7/16 9:30a-12:30p
811101-09$80.00
Bugs, Bugs & More Bugs
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/23 9:30a-12:30p
811101-10
$80.00
At the Beach
M,Tu,W,Th7/27-7/30 9:30a-12:30p
811101-11$80.00
Mixes
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/6 9:30a-12:30p
811101-12$80.00
Bookworm
M,Tu,W,Th8/10-8/13 9:30a-12:30p
811101-13$80.00
Cooking
M,Tu,W,Th8/17-8/20 9:30A-12:30P
MAGICAL MONDAYS
(Ages 3-5) Come and join us for a magical end
to your camp day at Philomont Community
Center! We will enjoy lots of different activities
and spend time with all your friends! Please pack
a lunch and a water bottle.
411105-01$8.00
M
6/1-6/112:30P-2:00P
411105-02$8.00
M
6/8-6/812:30P-2:00P
411105-03$8.00
M
6/15-6/1512:30P-2:00P
411105-04$8.00
M
6/22-6/2212:30P-2:00P
411105-05$8.00
M
6/29-6/2912:30P-2:00P
411105-06$8.00
M
7/6-7/612:30P-2:00P
411105-07$8.00
M
7/13-7/1312:30P-2:00P
411105-08$8.00
M
7/20-7/2012:30P-2:00P
411105-09$8.00
M
7/27-7/2712:30P-2:00P
411105-10$8.00
M
8/3-8/312:30P-2:00P
411105-11$8.00
M
8/10-8/1012:30P-2:00P
411105-12$8.00
M
8/17-8/1712:30P-2:00P
FUN TUESDAY ADVENTURES
(Ages 3-5) Are you ready for an adventure?
Join us after camp for various fun, games and
other activities. Please pack a lunch and a water
bottle.
411103-01$8.00
Tu
5/26-5/2612:30P-2:00P
411103-02$8.00
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Tu
6/2-6/212:30P-2:00P
411103-03$8.00
Tu
6/9-6/912:30P-2:00P
411103-04$8.00
Tu
6/16-6/1612:30P-2:00P
411103-05$8.00
Tu
6/23-6/2312:30P-2:00P
411103-06$8.00
Tu
6/30-6/3012:30P-2:00P
411103-07$8.00
Tu
7/7-7/712:30P-2:00P
411103-08$8.00
Tu
7/14-7/1412:30P-2:00P
411103-09$8.00
Tu
7/21-7/2112:30P-2:00P
411103-10$8.00
Tu
7/28-7/2812:30P-2:00P
411103-11$8.00
Tu
8/4-8/412:30P-2:00P
411103-12$8.00
Tu
8/11-8/1112:30P-2:00P
411103-13$8.00
Tu
8/18-8/1812:30P-2:00P
WONDERFUL WEDNESDAYS
(Ages 3-5) Is your child having too much fun at
camp and doesn’t want to leave? Have her stay
for a Wonderful Wednesday! We will have lots
of fun with activities and games. Please pack a
lunch and a water bottle.
411104-01$8.00
W
5/27-5/2712:30P-2:00P
411104-02$8.00
W
6/3-6/312:30P-2:00P
411104-03$8.00
W
6/10-6/1012:30P-2:00P
411104-04$8.00
W
6/17-6/1712:30P-2:00P
411104-05$8.00
W
6/24-6/2412:30P-2:00P
411104-06$8.00
W
7/1-7/112:30P-2:00P
411104-07$8.00
W
7/8-7/812:30P-2:00P
411104-08$8.00
W
7/15-7/1512:30P-2:00P
411104-09$8.00
W
7/22-7/2212:30P-2:00P
411104-10$8.00
W
7/29-7/2912:30P-2:00P
411104-11$8.00
W
8/5-8/512:30P-2:00P
411104-12$8.00
W
8/12-8/1212:30P-2:00P
411104-13$8.00
W
8/19-8/1912:30P-2:00P
LUNCH BUDDIES
(Ages 3-5) Come join your friends for some after
camp fun! Please bring a lunch and a water
bottle and dress appropriately for indoor and
outdoor play.
411102-01$8.00
Th
5/28-5/2812:30P-2:00P
411102-02$8.00
Th
6/4-6/412:30P-2:00P
411102-03$8.00
Th
6/11-6/1112:30P-2:00P
411102-04$8.00
Th
6/18-6/1812:30P-2:00P
411102-05$8.00
Th
6/25-6/2512:30P-2:00P
411102-06$8.00
Th
7/2-7/212:30P-2:00P
411102-07$8.00
Th
7/9-7/912:30P-2:00P
411102-08$8.00
Th
7/16-7/1612:30P-2:00P
411102-09$8.00
Th
7/23-7/2312:30P-2:00P
411102-10$8.00
Th
7/30-7/3012:30P-2:00P
411102-11$8.00
Th
8/6-8/612:30P-2:00P
411102-12$8.00
Th
8/13-8/1312:30P-2:00P
411102-13$8.00
Th
8/20-8/2012:30P-2:00P
FROZEN TEA PARTY
(Ages 3-5) Come and join all your Frozen friends
for a Frozen Tea Party! We will play frozen
themed games, have a tea party and hang out
with all your friends! Please pack a snack.
411106-01$12.00
F
6/12-6/1212:30P-2:00P
ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS
4-DAY THEME CAMPS
(Ages 6-8) Summer is coming that means more
just going to the beach. Jump right into theme
camp with Mr. Jim. Each week we’ll spend four
mornings learning and exploring different topics
with all sorts of activities, crafts and projects.
Indoor and outdoor, be ready for fun, and bring
your imagination, as well as a lunch and a water
bottle. Call 540-338-5882 for more information.
Location: Philomont Center
$80.00
What’s With Wood?
811201-01
M,Tu,W,Th6/22-6/25 9:30a-12:30p
811201-02
$80.00
Art Unlimited
M,Tu,W,Th6/29-7/2 9:30a-12:30p
811201-03
$80.00
Water Fun
Register online at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
philomont community center
M,Tu,W,Th7/6-7/9 9:30a-12:30p
811201-04
$80.00
Planes, Trains &
Automobiles
M,Tu,W,Th7/13-7/16 9:30a-12:30p
811201-05
$80.00
Building: Tents to
Skyscrapers
M,Tu,W,Th7/20-7/23 9:30a-12:30p
811201-06
$80.00
Air, Air Everywhere
M,Tu,W,Th7/27-7/30 9:30a-12:30p
811201-07
$80.00
Fantastic Books &
Stories
M,Tu,W,Th8/3-8/6 9:30a-12:30p
811201-08
$80.00
Animals Abound
M,Tu,W,Th8/10-8/13 9:30A-12:30P
MONDAY CHALLENGE DAY
(Ages 6-8) Are you ready for extra time with
your friends after camp? Join us for games and
activities and outdoor play. Please pack a lunch
and a water bottle.
411210-01$8.00
M
6/22-6/2212:30P-2:00P
411210-02$8.00
M
6/29-6/2912:30P-2:00P
411210-03$8.00
M
7/6-7/612:30P-2:00P
411210-04$8.00
M
7/13-7/1312:30P-2:00P
411210-05$8.00
M
7/20-7/2012:30P-2:00P
411210-06$8.00
M
7/27-7/2712:30P-2:00P
411210-07$8.00
M
8/3-8/312:30P-2:00P
411210-08$8.00
M
8/10-8/1012:30P-2:00P
TUESDAY FUN DAY
(Ages 6-8) Have some fun times with your
friends and camp counselor during this
after-camp activity! Please pack a lunch and a
water bottle.
411211-01$8.00
Tu
6/23-6/2312:30P-2:00P
411211-02$8.00
Tu
6/30-6/3012:30P-2:00P
411211-03$8.00
Tu
7/7-7/712:30P-2:00P
411211-04$8.00
Tu
7/14-7/1412:30P-2:00P
411211-05$8.00
Tu
7/21-7/2112:30P-2:00P
411211-06$8.00
Tu
7/28-7/2812:30P-2:00P
411211-07$8.00
Tu
8/4-8/412:30P-2:00P
540-338-5882
411211-08$8.00
Tu
8/11-8/1112:30P-2:00P
WILD WEDNESDAY
(Ages 6-8) Have some wild times with your
friends during our Wild Wednesday after-camp
activity! Please pack a lunch a water bottle.
411212-01$8.00
W
6/24-6/2412:30P-2:00P
411212-02$8.00
W
7/1-7/112:30P-2:00P
411212-03$8.00
W
7/8-7/812:30P-2:00P
411212-04$8.00
W
7/15-7/1512:30P-2:00P
411212-05$8.00
W
7/22-7/2212:30P-2:00P
411212-06$8.00
W
7/29-7/2912:30P-2:00P
411212-07$8.00
W
8/5-8/512:30P-2:00P
411212-08$8.00
W
8/12-8/1212:30P-2:00P
ADVENTURE CLUB THURSDAY
(Ages 6-8) Come and join us for some after
camp fun with activities, games and outdoor fun!
Please pack a lunch and a water bottle.
411203-01$8.00
Th
6/25-6/2512:30P-2:00P
411203-02$8.00
Th
7/2-7/212:30P-2:00P
411203-03$8.00
Th
7/9-7/912:30P-2:00P
411203-04$8.00
Th
7/16-7/1612:30P-2:00P
411203-05$8.00
Th
7/23-7/2312:30P-2:00P
411203-06$8.00
Th
7/30-7/3012:30P-2:00P
411203-07$8.00
Th
8/6-8/612:30P-2:00P
411203-08$8.00
Th
8/13-8/1312:30P-2:00P
KIDS CAN COOK TOO!
(Ages 6-9) Have fun with Ms. Christina this
summer making some yummy treats! We will
make one treat each day. Please pack a snack
and be prepared to go outside for some outdoor
games. Please notify us of any allergies prior to
the start date.
411213-01$12.00
F
7/17-7/1710:00A-12:00P
411213-02$12.00
F
7/24-7/2410:00A-12:00P
General registration begins May 14, 2015
WET ‘N’ WILD
(Ages 5-7) Come and cool off with us on Fridays!
We will have sprinklers, games and water
balloons. Please pack a towel and a lunch for
an outdoor picnic. Please also make sure your
child comes in their bathing suits with sunscreen
already applied.
411206-01$8.00
F
6/19-6/1910:30A-12:00P
411206-02$8.00
F
7/10-7/1010:30A-12:00P
411206-03$8.00
F
8/14-8/1410:00A-12:00P
ONE-DAY MINUTE IT TO WIN IT
(Ages 6-9) Are you ready for some silly fun? Join
Ms. Christina for a day of wacky games and silly
activities from the TV show, Minute It To Win It!
Please pack a lunch and a water bottle.
411214-01$12.00
F
8/7-8/710:00A-12:00P
ANIME CHIBA & MINIS
(Ages 8-12) Come and join us for a class that
is a step-by-step guide on making Japanese
cartoon art. Everything from kawaii small and
cute to full-size anime characters. Please pack a
snack and a water bottle. Instructor: Ms. Sally.
411207-01$14.00
F
6/26-6/269:30A-11:30P
IMPRESSIONISM
(Ages 5-8) In this class, we will be exploring the
art of Claude Monet and expressing the artist’s
perception of “plein air” painting of nature.
Please pack a lunch and a water bottle. Instructor: Ms. Sally.
411208-01$14.00
F
7/31-7/319:30A-11:30P
PORTRAITS: HUMAN & ANIMAL
(Ages 8-12) In this class, we will focus on portraits of people and animals done in pencil. We
will learn the basics of form, proportion, shading
and finishing techniques. Please pack a snack
and a water bottle. Instructor: Ms. Sally.
411209-01$14.00
F
8/21-8/219:30A-11:30A
PARENTS ESCAPE NIGHT
(Ages 5-10) Do you need time to do chores,
errands, have a date night or just relax? Drop
your children off for a fun Friday night! We will
have lots of games and other fun activities. We
will also have a pizza party, so they should come
hungry!
411202-01$20.00
F
6/5-6/55:00P-8:30P
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411202-02$20.00
F
7/10-7/105:00P-8:30P
411202-03$20.00
F
8/14-8/145:00P-8:30P
JR. MINECRAFT PROGRAMMING
(Ages 6-9) Looking for a fun way to introduce
your child to programming? Why not do it using
a game they love! Using a custom mod called
“computer craft,” students will learn how to
program robots called “Turtles” inside the world
of Minecraft. Kids will utilize problem-solving
skills by learning how to program their robots to
complete various tasks and objectives such as
programming their turtles to automatically build,
mine and craft items and structures. They will be
introduced to programming if-them-else statements, for-while loops, and implement their own
functions using Lua, a simple scripting language.
811204-01$275.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/17-8/21 9:00A-12:00P
MINECRAFT PROGRAMMING
(Ages: 10-14) Does your child love playing
Minecraft? In this class, students will learn how
to create and program their own custom robots
using the popular game, Minecraft. They’ll
complete various tasks like build, mine and craft
items and structures! Students will learn how
each of their own robots behave. They will write
if-then-else programming statements, for-while
loops, and implement their own functions using
Lua, a simple scripting language.
811204-02$275.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F8/17-8/21
1:00P-4:00P
703-430-9480
STERLING
COMMUNITY CENTER
120 Enterprise Street
Sterling, VA 20164
703-430-9480
Fax: 703-421-3118
M-F 9:00A-9:00P, Sa 9:00A-5:00P
Supply & material fees are payable
to the instructor at the first class.
SUMMER CAMPS
Find summer camps at
Sterling Community Center in the
2015 Camp Guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps.
ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS
STEM ENGINEERING CHALLENGE
(Ages 7-12) Drop-off your future engineers
and creative inventors at SCC for the Stem
Engineering Challenge! Program participants must utilize the scientific method and a
creative mindset to think outside the box and
solve the month’s STEM Engineering Challenge.
The challenge prompt will be announced at the
beginning of each session, and participants will
have one hour to brainstorm, design, and create
a solution to the problem presented. Parents are
welcome to return 30 minutes before the end of
class to watch the participants give a demo of
how their invention addresses the challenge, and
propose ideas and thoughts for future builds of
their inventions.
403220-01$10.00
Th 6/4-6/46:30P-8:00P
403220-02$10.00
Th 7/2-7/26:30P-8:00P
403220-03$10.00
Th 8/6-8/66:30P-8:00P
STEAM PUNKS
(Ages 8-12) Scientists, Technologists, Engineers,
and Mathematicians are nothing without the
power to communicate! Practice thinking outside
the box with creative writing activities and
storytelling. An instructor will lead a warmup and
brainstorming session, followed by an interview
with a live character right out of a work of science-fiction. The session ends with free writing
in prose, poetry or graphic-novel format.
403299-01
$10.00 Zombies Can’t Write
Th
7/23-7/236:30P-8:00P
403299-02
$10.00
Space Exploration
Th
8/20-8/206:30P-8:00P
See You at Summer Camp!
Registration is ongoing now!
www.loudoun.gov/camps
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MULTIAGE PROGRAMS
ARCHERY DROP-IN
(Ages 10 & up) Drop in on Wednesday nights at
SCC to practice archery on our indoor range. Use
one of our recurve, compound, or cross bows
and arrows. Use of other bows must be pre-approved at SCC, max draw 30 lbs. Mandatory
prerequisite Archery Orientation or SCC Archery
class. Call 703-430-9480.
403508-01$2.50
W
6/3-8/267:15P-8:45P
VOLLEYBALL DROP-IN
(Ages 18 & up) Drop in on Tuesday and Thursday
nights at SCC for coed Volleyball! Purchase an
SCC drop in activities card for $25 and stop
worrying about drop in money!
403509-01$2.50
Tu,Th 6/2-8/277:00P-9:00P
ARCHERY ORIENTATION
(Ages 10 & up) If you’re interested in our Drop-In
Archery on Wednesday nights, you must take
this range rules and safety orientation before
attending. You must already know how to shoot
a bow and arrow, orientation is non-instructional.
Late participants will be declined and must wait
for the next orientation.
403523-01$5.00
W 6/3-6/36:45P-7:15P
403523-03$5.00
W 8/5-8/56:45P-7:15P
ADULT BASKETBALL DROP-IN
(Ages 18 & up) Drop in on Monday nights from
7-8:45P at the SCC for coed Basketball! Purchase an SCC drop in activities card for $25 and
stop worrying about drop in money!
403599-01$2.50
M
6/1-8/247:00P-8:45P
DROP-IN ACTIVITIES CARD
(All ages) Purchase a SCC Drop-in Activities card
and never worry about drop in money again!
Drop-in card can be used for Adult Basketball
Drop-in, Adult Volleyball Drop-in, and Archery
Drop-in. Each card is good for 10 visits.
403700-01$25.00
Su,M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa 6/1-8/3112:00A-12:00A
BIRTHDAY PARTY PACKAGES
MOONBOUNCE PARTY PACKAGE
(All ages) Enjoy a bouncing birthday party
indoors! With five moonbounces of various sizes
set up, there will be plenty of jumping fun for
all the kids. Party package includes 2-hour gym
rental (plus 15 minutes before and after for set
703-430-9480
up and clean up), basic partyware with 4 decorated tables, and a party coordinator. Registration
must be done in person at SCC.
403586-01$200.00
Su-Sa6/1-8/31
PRINCESS BIRTHDAY PARTY
(All ages) Have a royal ball celebrating your
child’s birthday! Our princess will lead the young
princesses and knights in a variety of themed
games and activities. Party package includes
2-hour gym rental (plus 15 minutes before
and after for set up and clean up), a costumed
instructor, basic partyware with 4 decorated
tables, and a party coordinator. Registration must
be done in person at SCC.
403587-01$185.00
Su-Sa6/1-8/31
PIRATE BIRTHDAY PARTY
(All ages) Celebrate your child’s birthday with piratey panache! Our pirate will lead your birthday
buccaneer and friends in pirate-themed games
and activities. Party package includes 2-hour
gym rental (plus 15 minutes before and after
for set up and clean up), a costumed instructor,
basic partyware with 4 decorated tables, and a
party coordinator. Registration must be done in
person at SCC.
403588-01$185.00
Su-Sa6/1-8/31
ARCHERY PARTY
(All ages) Have a party where the fun is always
on target! Our range master will teach you the
basics and lead archery games. Party package
includes 2-hour gym rental (plus 15 minutes
before and after for setup and cleanup), a
costumed instructor, basic partyware with 4 decorated tables, and a party coordinator. Registration must be done in person at SCC. All archery
participants must be at least 10 years old.
403590-01$185.00
Su-Sa6/1-8/31
MINECRAFT PARTY
(All ages) Celebrate your birthday in Minecraft
style! There will be Minecraft-themed crafts and
games in stunning, non-computerized 3-D! Party
package includes 2-hour gym rental (plus 15
minutes before and after for set up and clean
up), an instructor, basic partyware with 4 decorated tables, and a party coordinator. Registration
must be done in person at SCC.
403590-01$185.00
Su-Sa6/1-8/31
SUPERHERO BIRTHDAY PARTY
(All ages) Suit up and save the day--the
birthday, that is! Our superhero will train the
young heroes and sidekicks through a series of
General registration begins May 14, 2015
superhero-related games and activities. Party
package includes 2-hour gym rental (plus 15
minutes before and after for set up and clean
up), a costumed instructor, basic partyware with
4 decorated tables, and a party coordinator.
Registration must be done in person at SCC.
403591-01$185.00
Su-Sa6/1-8/31
ARTS & CRAFTS PARTY
(All ages) Be creative with an arts & crafts
birthday party! There will be a variety of craft
projects for you and your guests to create and
customize. Party package includes 2-hour gym
rental (plus 15 minutes before and after for set
up and clean up), an instructor, basic partyware
with 4 decorated tables, and a party coordinator.
Registration must be done in person at SCC.
403592-01$185.00
Su-Sa6/1-8/31
BUILD YOUR OWN BIRTHDAY!
(All ages) If you’d like a party theme not on our
list, we can work with you to plan games and
activities around a topic of your choice! Party
package includes 2-hour gym rental (plus 15
minutes before and after for set up and clean
up), an instructor (optional), basic partyware
with 4 decorated tables, and a party coordinator.
Registration must be done in person at SCC.
403593-01
Price varies
Su-Sa6/1-8/31
ADD-ON MOONBOUNCES
(All ages) Add some bounce to your party! Our
three large moonbounces can be added to most
of our themed party packages.
403594-01$75.00
Su-Sa6/1-8/31
BUILD & BOUNCE PARTY
(All ages) We’ll provide a variety of building
toys to challenge your engineering skills, and
moonbounces to explore physics. Party package
includes 2-hour gym rental (plus 15 minutes
before and after for set up and clean up), 3
moonbounces, various building toys, basic
partyware with 4 decorated tables, and a party
coordinator. Registration must be done in person
at Sterling Community Center.
403596-01$210.00
Su-Sa6/1-8/31
Register
Online!
Visit www.loudoun.gov/webtrac
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Loudoun County Department of
Parks, Recreaton and Community Services
20145 Ashbrook Place, Suite 170
Ashburn, VA 20147
PH: 703-777-0343/TTY 711 • FAX: 703-771-5354
HourS
Monday-Friday • 8:30 AM-5:00 PM
El Departamento de Parques, Recreación y Servicios a la Comunidad
puede brindarle asistencia en Español.
Por favor, llame al 703-777-0343 y solicite un intérprete.
Our mission is to provide outstanding recreational and leisure opportunities, outcome-focused
community services, and stewardship of our natural resources to promote quality of life for Loudoun’s
residents and visitors. This activity guide highlights the programs, classes and events scheduled
from June 1, 2015 through August 31, 2015. It is designed with you and your family in mind.
We appreciate your comments and suggestions.
Please feel free to call 703-777-0343 or visit us at www.loudoun.gov/prcs.
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