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					Aidectivity GuSummer 2009
www.loudoun.gov/prcs
INSIDE
w Activity Guide
chedule! pg. 2
th of July &
pecial Events! pg. 8
Summer Career Camp for
Teens! pg. 20
General
Registration
June 3
Registration for
Senior Activities
June 2
2009 Summer
Camp Guides
Available at PRCS
Centers & Parks! Aidectivity GuSummer 2009
www.loudoun.gov/prcs
INSIDE
w Activity Guide
chedule! pg. 2
th of July &
pecial Events! pg. 8
Summer Career Camp for
Teens! pg. 20
General
Registration
June 3
Registration for
Senior Activities
June 2
2009 Summer
Camp Guides
Available at PRCS
Centers & Parks!
• Dulles South Senior Activity Center..........14 Carver Center
(Purcellville).........................29
• Senior Activity Center at Leesburg...........15 Claude Moore Park
(Sterling)
.....................30
• Senior Center at Cascades
.....................17 • Claude Moore Community Center
...........31
WHAT‘S

• Claude Moore Recreation Center
............34
Licensed Children‘s Programs..............19 • Loudoun Heritage Farm
Museum............43
• Childcare (Ages 3-5)
Douglass Community Center (Leesburg).....45
INSIDE

• Preschool (Ages 2½-5)
Dulles South Multipurpose Center
..............46
• PM Kids Club (Ages 5-11)
Franklin Park (Purcellville)
..........................48
Events, Programs & Classes

• After K Program (Ages 5-7)
• Franklin Park Performing & Visual Arts
6/16/09 - 8/31/09

• Before School (Age 5-Grade 5)
Center................................................49
General Registration Begins • CASA After School (Age 5-Grade 5)
Loudoun Valley Community CenterJune 3
(Purcellville)........................................49
Youth Services & Teen Programs .........20
Lovettsville Community Center
...................52


Registration for Senior

• YAS After School Program (Grades 6-8)
..20
Lucketts Community Center.......................54
Activities Begins June 2

• New! Summer Career Camp for Teens
....20
Middleburg Community Center
..................55
Plan Ahead! Fall Registration Philomont Community Center
....................56
Begins August 20 Adaptive Recreation Programs.............20
Sterling Community Center........................57
Camp Programs .....................................21
Registration Form ..................................63
Registration & General Information .......3 Sports Programs–Adult &
Youth...........21
Phone Directory .....................................61 Aquatics Programs
................................22
Front Cover: DSMC Summer Camp Partici-
Location Maps..........................................5 pants.
Back Cover: Elizabeth
Mills
Riverfront
Special Events..........................................8 Classes at the
following locations are ar-Park; DSMC Summer Camp Participants
Trips-Multi-age & Seniors.....................10 ranged by category
and/or age group:


For complete activity information and registration,


Area Agency on Aging/Sr. Services......13 Banshee Reeks Nature
Preserve................25


visit www.loudoun.gov/prcs.


• Carver Center (Purcellville)......................13 Bluemont Community
Center
.....................26
GENERAL INFORMATION: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ...


NEW! ACTIVITY GUIDE
MAILING SCHEDULE


Beginning in fiscal year 2010 (7/1/096/
30/09), only one issue of the PRCS Activity
Guide will be mailed to residents. You will receive
the 2009 Fall Activity Guide in the mail.
Copies of the three remaining issues (Winter
2009-2010, Spring 2010, Summer 2010) will
be available for pick up at all PRCS centers
and manned parks, in addition to Loudoun
County libraries and most County Government
buildings. Each activity guide will be
available online at www.loudoun.gov/prcs.

GENERAL REGISTRATION


Online, phone and walk-in registration
for senior activities only begins at 9:00AM
on 6/2/09 for County residents. Online and
phone registration for all activities begins at
12:01AM on 6/3/09 for County residents using
WebTrac or TeleTrac. Walk-in registrationat any PRCS facility for County
residents
begins on 6/3/09 when the facility opens; in
other words, during normal business hours
for each location. Online and phone registration
begins at 12:01AM on 6/10/09 for nonresidents
(including seniors) using WebTrac
or TeleTrac. Walk-in registration at PRCS facilities
for non-residents (including seniors)
begins on 6/10/09 when the facilities open;
in other words, during normal business hours
for each location.

MAIL-IN REGISTRATION


Send a completed registration form and
payment to the PRCS administrative office at
215 Depot Court, SE, Leesburg, VA 20175.
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 8:30AM on 6/3/09.

ON-LINE REGISTRATION


Webtrac is an online registration system
that allows you to enroll for most PRCS activities.
If no one in your household has registered
for a PRCS activity or program since
2001, you must first register by mail or in person
at any of the PRCS locations listed above.
If anyone in your household has registered for
a PRCS activity since 2001 (excluding county
sports leagues), you can call your local PRCS
community center, recreation center, senior
center or park (or the PRCS administrative
office) to obtain your household ID number.
Please call before the first day of registration.
After obtaining your household ID number,
you can register and pay for activities using
Webtrac and your VISA or MasterCard. Log
onto www.loudoun.gov/prcs and click on the
Webtrac link.

PHONE REGISTRATION
Your Household ID number for TeleTrac is
the same as your user ID for WebTrac. You
will need to know the ID number of each
member of your family. Call 703-443-9338.

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. Checks
must be made payable to ―County of Loudoun‖
and your social security number or
driver‘s license number must be included in
order to process any registration by check.
Cash, check or credit card payments can be
made in person. Payments by check and MasterCard
or VISA can also be mailed to the
PRCS administrative office in Leesburg. Do
not send cash by mail. Do not include supply
fees in total paid. Supply fees are payable to
the instructor on the first day of class.

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GENERAL INFORMATION: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW


IMPORTANT TAX
INFORMATION


Now you can print a ―global childcare
statement‖ within seconds using the newest
version of Webtrac. You‘ll find the option
under ―My account‖ after logging into Webtrac.
You can print a statement for any calendar
year (system will default to 2007). Visit
www.loudoun.gov/prcs and click on the
Webtrac link.

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, MINUS
a 15% administrative fee (maximum of
$15), will be offered. If you cancel a class/
program registration 14 or fewer days before
the start date, a refund of 50% 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 manager 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 703-777-0377.

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 AND MATERIALS


Cost of supplies and materials is included
in class or activity fee unless otherwise stated.
If a supply fee is listed, it must be paid 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


Community centers, senior centers and
parks have spaces available for rent. Reserve
a room, pavilion, or gym for private parties,
meetings and other activities. Call the preferred
center or park directly for available
dates, times and rental rates. Rental fees are
non-refundable. For any other facility, 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 703777-
0343. Those interested in working with
Loudoun residents with disabilities, including
Special Olympics and VSA arts, should call
703-771-5010 or 703-777-0438.

PROGRAM ACCESSIBILITY/
ADA


Loudoun County Parks, Recreation and
Community Services is committed to complying
with the Americans with Disabilities Act
(ADA). If you need reasonable accommodations
in order to participate, please contact the
main PRCS office 10 days prior to the start of
the activity. Phone: 703-777-0343 TTY: 703771-
5352 Email: prcs@loudoun.gov.

CLOSINGS/POSTPONEMENTS


In case of inclement weather, public holidays
or emergencies, the Department will
determine cancellation or postponement of
programs. If you are in doubt as to whether
or not activities will be held, call the program
location or the administrative office at 703777-
0343. For sport league information, call
the Sports cancellation line at 703-777-0456.

INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY
1. When Loudoun County Government is
closed, PRCS facilities are closed and all recreation
programs are cancelled.
2. When Loudoun County Government
makes a decision to close after the start of
normal business hours, parents must make
arrangements to pick up their children from
all PRCS programs and locations right away.
The facilities will close when the last child
has been picked up.
3. When Loudoun County Schools announce
that schools are closed for the day
(and the Government is open):
•
All PRCS classes, programs, activities
and services, except Childcare, are cancelled.
PRCS facilities are open for business
matters, childcare and drop-in programs.
Childcare opens at 8:00A.
• All PRCS programs held in school facilities
are cancelled.
• Evening programs held in PRCS facilities
scheduled from 5PM until closing
may be held; confirm directly with the
site offering the activity, or by calling
703-777-0456.
4. When Loudoun County Schools announce
a one-hour delay, all PRCS classes,
programs, activities and services operate on
time.
5. When Loudoun County Schools announce
a two or more hour delay, all morning
PRCS classes, programs, activities and
services, except Childcare, are cancelled.
Childcare sites open on time. All PRCS facilities
will open by 9AM for business matters
and drop-in programs.
6. When Loudoun County schools announce
an early dismissal, all evening PRCS
classes, programs and activities, including
CASA, are cancelled. Childcare sites and
Adult Day Center remain open only until the
last participant is picked up.
Please keep track of changing weather conditions
and call the appropriate PRCS facility
or the administrative office at 703-777-0343
with any questions.

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LOUDOUN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION
AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
FACILITIES MAP
For directions to PRCS facilities, visit www.loudoun.gov/prcs.
Detail page 7
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KEY TO FACILITIES



Senior, CoMMUniTY &
MUlTipUrpoSe FaCiliTieS

1
Adult Day Center at Leesburg
16501 Meadowview Court
Leesburg
703-771-5334


2
Bluemont Community Center
20 High Street
Round Hill (temp location)
540-338-4485


3
Carver Center

200 Willie Palmer Way
Purcellville
571-258-3400



• Adult Day Center at Carver
571-258-3402

•
Claude Moore Community Center
(See
8
)
703-430-6673
46111 Loudoun Park Lane
Sterling
571-258-3500
4
Douglass Community Center
405 E. Market Street
Leesburg
703-771-5913


5
Dulles South Multipurpose Center
24950 Riding Center Drive
South Riding, VA
571-258-3456


• Dulles South Senior Activity Center
571-258-3883.

6
Loudoun Valley Community Center
320 W. School Street
Purcellville
540-338-4122


7
Lovettsville Community Center
57 E. Broad Way
Lovettsville
540-822-5284


8
Lucketts Community Center
42361 Lucketts Road
Leesburg
703-771-5281


9
Middleburg Community Center
300 W. Washington Street
Middleburg
540-687-6375


10
Philomont Community Center
36592 Jeb Stuart Road
Philomont
540-338-5882


•
Senior Activity Center at Leesburg (See .2 )
215 Depot Court, SE
Leesburg
703-777-0257


11
Senior Center at Cascades

21060 Whitfield Place
Sterling
703-430-2397


12
Sterling Community Center
120 Enterprise Street


Sterling
703-430-9480


Parks & recreational
Facilities


1
Ashburn Park

43645 Partlow Road


Ashburn


2
Beth Miller Park
20270 Leier Place


Ashburn


3
Bles Park

44830 Riverside Parkway


Ashburn


4
Brambleton Fields Site
22389 Belmont Ridge Road


Ashburn


5
6
Briar Patch Park
21660 Sterling Boulevard
Sterling


Byrne‘s Ridge Park


24915 Mineral Springs Circle
Aldie


7
Chick Ford & Ryan Bickel Fields
21594 Ashburn Village Boulevard
Ashburn


8
Claude Moore Park
21544 Old Vestals Gap Road


Sterling
571-258-3700



• Claude Moore Community Center
• Claude Moore Recreation Center
• Lanesville Heritage Area
• Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum
•
Claude Moore Recreation Center (See 8 )
46105 Loudoun Park Lane
Sterling
571-258-3600
9
Conklin Park
25701 Donegal Drive


Chantilly

10
11
Countryside Park

20756 Countryside Boulevard
Sterling


Edgar Tillett Memorial Park

21561 Belmont Ridge Road
Ashburn


12
Elizabeth Mills Riverfront Park

43513 Squirrel Ridge Place
Leesburg



• Kephart Bridge Landing
13
Franklin Park


17501 Franklin Park Drive


Purcellville
540-338-7603



• Franklin Park Perf. & Visual Arts Center
14
Greg Crittenden Memorial Park
21401 Windmill Drive
Ashburn


15
Keep Loudoun Beautiful Park
43055 Golf Club Road


Leesburg

•
Kephart Bridge Landing (See 12 )
43942 Riverpoint Drive
Leesburg

16
17
Lansdowne Sports Park


18900 Kipheart Drive


Leesburg
Lovettsville Community Park

12565 Milltown Road


Lovettsville (under development)


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Lucketts Community Park

14560 James Monroe Highway
Leesburg


Lyndora Park

43624 Lucketts Bridge Circle


Ashburn


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Mickie Gordon Memorial Park


22670 Carter‘s Farm Lane


Middleburg

Nell Boone Park


11756 Harper‘s Ferry Road


Purcellville (Neersville)

Potomack Lakes Sportsplex

20280 Cascades Parkway
Sterling


Ray Muth Sr. Memorial Park
20971 Marbelhead Drive
Ashburn


24
Trailside Park

20375 Claiborne Parkway


Ashburn


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25 Woodgrove Park
17020 Evening Star Drive
Round Hill
Cultural & Historic
Facilities
1 (Arcola) Slave Quarters (no inside
access)
25077 Evergreen Mills Road
Sterling
• Carver Center (See 4 )
2 E.E. Lakes General Store (no inside access)
18351 Railroad Street
Bluemont
• Franklin Park Performing & Visual Arts
Center (See 13 )
36441 Blueridge View Lane
Purcellville
540-338-7973
• Lanesville Heritage Area (See 8 )
• Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum (See 8 )
21668 Heritage Farm Lane
Sterling
571-258-3800
3 Mount Zion Church (no inside access)
40309 John Mosby Highway
Aldie
4 Settle-Dean Cabin (no inside access)
25625 Loudoun County Parkway
Chantilly
Other PRCS Facilities
.1 Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve
21085 The Woods Road
Leesburg
703-669-0316
.2 PRCS Administrative Office
215 Depot Court, SE
Leesburg
703-777-0343
Trails
Evergreen Mills Equestrian & Hiking Trail
21332 The Woods Road
Leesburg
GLOUSTETER PKWY
MARBLEHEAD DRIVE
CLAIBORNE PKWY
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WYNRIDGE DRIVE
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 SPECIAL EVENTS - COUNTYWIDE 703-777-0343


SPECIAL EVENTS –
COUNTYWIDE
This section lists some of our countywide special
events offered by community centers, senior centers,
parks and other PRCS facilities in chronological order.
Please call the number listed for more information.


JUNE


ART EXHIBIT: ―EYE ON THE NEWS‖

(All ages) View paintings, collage, and mixed media
by artist L. Claire Kincannon.
Meet the artist reception
Saturday, May 30, 2:00P-5:00P. Call 540-338-7973.


Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Free Event

M-F
6/1-6/17
9:00A-5:00P


PARENT‘S NIGHT OUT

(Ages 3-11) Leave your children with us so you can
enjoy a night on the town! We‘ll have dinner and fun
activities. Call 540-338-5882.


Location: Philomont Community Center
411500-01 $20.00, $15/each add‘l
F
6/5-6/5
5:00P- 9:00P


PANCAKE BREAKFAST AT THE OLD
SCHOOLHOOUSE

(All ages) Start the day off with your friends and
neighbors at our hearty pancake breakfast. Call 703771-
5281.


Location: Lucketts Community Center
409702-01 $5.00/Ages 6 & up, Free/under 6
Sa
6/6-6/6
8:00A-10:00A


DISCOVER LUCKETTS - OPEN HOUSE AT THE
COMMUNITY CENTER

(All ages) Learn about our many wonderful programs
and meet our terrific teachers and instructors. Free
popcorn and lemonade with balloons for the kids! Call
703-771-5281.


Location: Lucketts Community Center
Free event

Sa
6/6-6/6
9:00A-12:00P


MISSION IMPROMPTU

(All ages) You won‘t want to miss the hilarious antics
of the Leesburg Theatre Company‘s Improvisation
Group! Light refreshments available. Call 571-258


3400.

Location: Carver Center
430722-01 Donations appreciated
W
6/10-6/10
7:30P- 9:00P


SPEED DATING 101

(Ages 21 & up) Calling all singles with a sparkling
personality! Join us for a speed dating session to
meet new people. Hors d‘ oeuvres provided. Call
540-338-5882.


Location: Philomont Community Center

411501-01 $5.00

F
6/12-6/12
6:30P- 8:30P
DIVE-IN-MOVIE

(All ages) Enjoy the big screen feel while relaxing on
the pool deck or floating on a tube/ raft in the heated
pool. Inner tubes available for rent. Bring pool raft
and/or seat for deck viewing. Call 571-258-3600 or
e-mail michael.scheetz.com.


Location: Claude Moore Recreation Center
Pay at door $8.00/adult, $6.00/ages 17 & under
F
6/12-6/12
7:00P-9:00P


FAMILY FISHING DAY

(Ages 3 & up) Test your angling skills at Family
Fishing Day with a kids‘ derby and a casting skills
contest for ages 8-15. Derby registration starts at
8:00A. Call 540-338-7603.


Location: Franklin Park
Free event

Sa
6/13-6/13
9:00A- 3:00P


JUNE BOOK SWAP

(All ages) Swap books for your summer reading.
Children‘s and adult, books on tape/ CD, music CD‘s,
VHS/DVD movies welcome. Books/mags in large print
needed. Call 571-258-3500.


Location: Claude Moore Community Center

Free event
Sa
6/13-6/13
10:00A-12:00P


PLANT AND SEED EXCHANGE

(All ages) Bring potted plant divisions, bulbs, or seeds
to exchange. Please label each item clearly. Call 571258-
3400.
Location: Carver Center
Free event

Sa
6/13-6/13
9:00A-11:00A


SUMMER CAMP OPEN HOUSE

(All ages) Learn about our great summer camps
including cheer and dance, volleyball, preschool, trip
camps, and more. Call 703-771-5913.


Location: Douglass Community Center
Free event

Tu
6/16-6/16
12:00P- 7:00P


BLUE GRASS JAM

(All ages) Join musicians to carry on the area‘s
musical legacy while meeting new people and improving
your skills! Free admission with instrument.
Refreshments provided. Call 571-258-3800.


Location: Heritage Farm Museum
Free w/instrument

Su
6/14-6/14
2:30P-4:30P
Su
6/28-6/28
2:30P-4:30P


FATHERS‘S DAY BBQ

(All ages) Bring the family for a Father‘s Day BBQ
celebration dinner! Bring a side dish to share. Call
540-338-5882. Dads eat for FREE!


Location: Philomont Community Center
411502-01 $4.00/person
F
6/19-6/19
6:30P- 8:00P


COMMUNITY YARD SALE

(Ages 18 & up) Price includes general ad in local
classified section. Free admission for shoppers.
Vendors must register in advance.
Table rental: $5.
Call 703-771-5913.


Location: Douglass Community Center

404714-01 $10.00
Sa
6/20-6/20
8:00A- 2:00P
404714-02 $10.00
Sa
6/27-6/27
8:00A- 2:00P


LUNCH WITH MY DAD

(All ages) Have an early Father‘s Day Lunch with your
dad and make ice cream sundaes for dessert. Price
includes one adult and child. (Only register children‘s
names.) Call 571-258-3500.


Location: Claude Moore Community Center
410700-01 $10.00

Sa
6/20 11:30A-12:30P
410700-02 $5.00 each add‘l child
Sa
6/20 11:30A-12:30P


4TH ANNUAL STUDIO TOUR

(All ages) The Western Loudoun Artists Studio Tour
features opportunities to visit the working studios of
over 30 talented artists while enjoying a drive through
picturesque, historic Western Loudoun County.


Location: Franklin Park Arts Center (& studios)
Free event
Sa
6/20
10:00A-5:00P
Su
6/21
12:00P-5:00P


LOCAL AUTHORS EVENT

(Ages 18 & up) Meet local authors Christyna Hunter,


F.M. Parker, and Ray Derby and learn how each approaches
writing. Light refreshments served. Call
571-258-3400.
Location: Carver Center

Free event


430714-01

W
6/24-6/24
10:30A-12:00P


BLUEGRASS PICKIN‘ PARTY

(All ages) Enjoy the day listening to great Bluegrass
music, or pick/play with other musicians.
Refreshments available. Call Lucketts Community
Center at 703-771-5281.


Location: Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve
Free event

Su
6/28-6/28
12:00P- 5:00P


JULY


LOVETTSVILLE INDEPENDENCE DAY
CELEBRATION

(All ages) Celebrate Independence Day a day early
in Lovettsville with a hometown parade, followed by

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activities at the Community Center ball field. Live
music, food, refreshments, and awesome fireworks
add to the fun! Sponsored by the Lovettsville CC
Advisory Board.
Advance tickets are $3.00. Call 540822-
5284.


Location: Lovettsville Community Center
Pay at door $4/Ages 13 & up, $3/Ages 3-12,


Free/under 3
F
7/3-7/3
5:30P- 9:30P


JULY 4th OPEN HOUSE

(All ages) The Museum is a great place to spend the
holiday with friends, family, and out-of-town guests.
Special holiday hours. Call 571-258-2800.


Location: Heritage Farm Museum
Free event.

Sa
7/4-7/4
10:30A- 3:00P


HEROES ON THE HOME FRONT

(All ages) Celebrate the contribution of Loudoun farmers
during WWII. Share family histories, complete
craft projects, and learn about your community. Girl
Scout Gold Award Project. Call 571-258-2800.


Location: Heritage Farm Museum
Free event

Sa
7/4-7/4
11:00A-12:00P


OL‘ TIME 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION
(All ages) Celebrate an old-fashioned July 4th with
pony and wagon rides, music, crafts, Reptiles Alive,
nature exhibits, and historic tours. Play old-time and
family style games. Use Loudoun Park Lane entrance.
Call 571-258-3700.


Location: Claude Moore Park Historic Area
Pay at door $5/suggested family donation
Sa
7/4-7/4
10:30A- 3:00P


INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION

(All ages) Celebrate Independence Day in Middleburg.
The Community Center pool will be open from
11:00A-6:00P.
The evening features music, games,
contests, food, and fireworks at dusk. Call 540-687


6375.

Location: Middleburg Community Center
Free event

Sa
7/4-7/4
6:00P- 9:00P


JULY 4TH CELEBRATION

(All ages) Celebrate America‘s Independence Day
while enjoying local folk group,
The Polka Dots, along
with bluegrass sensation and headliner,
Acoustic
Burgoo. Concessions available. Fireworks at dark. Call
540-338-7973.


Location: Franklin Park
Pay at gate $5.00/carload
Sa
7/4-7/4
6:00P


LOUDOUN VISIONS: IMAGES BY LOUDOUN PHOTOGRAPHERS
(All ages) Life in Loudoun is the subject of this juried
photography exhibition of local and regional photographers.
Artists‘ reception July 10, 6:00P- 9:00P.
Exhibit presented by Friends of Franklin Park Arts

Center. Call 540-338-7973 for information.


Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Free event

On-going
7/6-7/31


OUTDOOR MOVIE IN THE TOWN GREEN

(All ages) A family-friendly movie begins at dark.
Bring
chairs and blankets. Co-sponsored by the Town of
Lovettsville and Lovettsville CC. Call 540-822-5282
or visit www.loudoun.gov/lovettsvillecc for movie title.


Location: Lovettsville Town Green
Free event

F
7/10-7/10
8:00P-10:00P


MISSION IMPROMPTU

(All ages) See description for June.


Location: Carver Center
430722-02 Donation
W
7/8-7/8
7:30P- 9:00P


THE GROWING STAGE CAMP: THE WHO‘S TOMMY

(All ages) Peter Townsend‘s tale of a young boy‘s
journey from pain to triumph is the most electrifying
evening of rock and roll to ever play in a theatre. Call
540-338-7973 to reserve your seats.


Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Free event
Th
7/9-7/9
7:00P
F
7/10-7/10
1:00P


PARENT‘S NIGHT OUT

(Ages 3-11) See description for June.


Location: Philomont Community Center
411500-02 $20.00
F
7/10-7/10
5:00P- 9:00P


COMMUNITY YARD SALE

(Ages 18 & up) See description for June.


Location: Douglass Community Center

404714-03 $10.00
Sa
7/11-7/11
8:00A- 2:00P
404714-04 $10.00
Sa
7/18-7/18
8:00A- 2:00P
404714-05 $10.00
Sa
7/25-7/25
8:00A- 2:00P


JULY BOOK SWAP

(All ages) See description for June.


Location: Claude Moore Community Center

Free event
Sa
7/11-7/11
10:00A-12:00P
CHEERLEADING MINI-CLINIC

(Grades 1-6) Presented by Loudoun Valley High
School Cheerleaders for all levels. Session covers
stunts, tumbling, motions, and dance, and ends with
a 5-minute performance. Bring beverage and lunch.
Call 571-258-3400.


Location: Carver Center
430706-01 $20.00
Sa
7/11-7/11
9:00A-12:00P


SUMMER KICKS SOCCER TOURNAMENT

(Ages 4-6) Join our third annual soccer tournament.
Practice on Thursday; play on Friday.
All players
receive a T-shirt. Register in advance. Call 703-771


5913.

Location: Douglass Community Center

404708-01 $10.00
Th,F
7/16-7/17
6:30P- 7:30P
GYPSY

(All ages) A cast of talented local teens and adults
present this award-winning musical. Join Rose, June,
and Louise in their trip across America in the 1920‘s,
when vaudeville was dying and burlesque was born.
Call 540-338-7973 to reserve your seats.


Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Pay at door: $15/Adults, $12/Students/Seniors
Th
7/16
7:00P
F
7/17
7:00P
Sa
7/18
7:00P
Sa
7/18
2:00P
Su
7/19
3:00P


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.


Location: Lucketts Community Center
Free event

M
7/20-7/20
12:00P- 2:00P


VIRGINIA DGIF HUNTER EDUCATION CLASS

(Ages 16 & up) A must class for all hunters.
Advanced
registration required. Both sessions needed for
certification. Lunch and refreshments sold. Call 703771-
5281.


Location: Lucketts Community Center
Free event

Sa
7/25-7/25
8:00A-5:00P
Su
7/26-7/26
1:00P-5:00P


PRINCESS FOR A DAY ICE CREAM SOCIAL

(All ages) Join the court of the Virginia Dairy Princess
Program for princess lessons and ice cream at an
old-fashioned social. Show off your princess finest in
our princess pageant at 1:00P.
The first 100 children
receive a tiara. Call 571-258-3800 to pre-register.


Location: Heritage Farm Museum
Pay at door $5.00/adult; $3.00 child
Sa
7/25-7/25
12:00P- 2:00P


SUMMER THUNDER CAR SHOW

(All ages) Bring you best ride to the largest one-day
cruise-in show in Virginia! Car buffs, gear heads, racing
fans, and anyone who loves driving or watching
these special cars will enjoy a fun-filled,show and tell
kind of day! Food, entertainment, vendors, and - new
this year - a kids area! Call 540-338-7603.


Location: Franklin Park
Free event

Sa
7/25-7/25
3:00P-7:00P

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THE GROWING STAGE CAMP: PIRATES OF
PENZANCE

(All ages) A hilarious farce of sentimental pirates,
bumbling policemen, dim-witted young lovers, dewy-
eyed daughters and an eccentric major general, all
morally bound to the often ridiculous dictates of honor
and duty. Call 540-338-7973 to reserve your seats.


Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Free event

Th
7/30-7/30
7:00P
F
7/31-7/31
1:00P


AUGUST


COMMUNITY YARD SALE

(Ages 18 & up) See description for June.


Location: Douglass Community Center

404714-06 $10.00
Sa
8/1-8/1
8:00A- 2:00P
404714-07 $10.00
Sa
8/8-8/8
8:00A- 2:00P
404714-08 $10.00
Sa
8/15-8/15
8:00A- 2:00P
404714-09 $10.00
Sa
8/22-8/22
8:00A- 2:00P
404714-10 $10.00
Sa
8/29-8/29
8:00A- 2:00P
NATIONAL WATERMELON DAY

(Ages 2 & up) Celebrate National Watermelon Day
with the summer‘s sweetest fruit - the watermelon!
Call 540-338-7603 for details.


Location: Franklin Park
Free event

M
8/3-8/3
10:00A-11:00A


NATIONAL NIGHT OUT

(All ages) Take the night off, get to know your neighbors
and local police, and take a refreshing dip in
the pool. Games, relays, poolside activities, pizza,
drinks, and ice cream! Co-sponsored by the Town
of Lovettsville, Loudoun County Sheriff‘s Office, and
Lovettsville CC. Call 540-822-5284.


Location: Lovettsville Community Pool
Free event

Tu
8/4-8/4
7:00P- 9:30P


PARENT‘S NIGHT OUT

(Ages 3-11) See description for June.


Location: Philomont Community Center
411500-03 $20.00
F
8/7-8/7
5:00P- 9:00P


AUGUST BOOK SWAP

(All ages) See description for June.


Location: Claude Moore Community Center
Free event
Sa
8/8-8/8
10:00A-12:00P


CANOE CLEAN UP

(Ages 10 & up) Join the Keep Loudoun Beautiful
canoe clean-up of the Potomac River. Meet at
Brunswick, MD commuter parking lot. Call Franklin
Park at 540-338-7603.


Location: Potomac River/Brunswick
Free event

Su
8/9-8/9
12:00P- 5:00P


MISSION IMPROMPTU

(All ages) See description for June.


Location: Carver Center
430722-03 Donations appreciated
W
8/12-8/12
7:30P- 9:00P


OUTDOOR MOVIE IN THE TOWN GREEN

(All ages) See description for July.


Location: Lovettsville Town Green
Free event

F
8/14-8/14
8:00P-10:00P


THEATREPALOOZA CAMP: ANNIE

(All ages) The popular comic strip heroine takes center
stage in one of the world‘s best-loved musicals.
Call 540-338-7973 to reserve your seats.
Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Pay at door: $20/Adults, $15/Seniors/ Students
F
8/14-8/14
7:00P
Sa
8/15-8/15
2:00P


THE MARKS BROTHERS: MUSICAL REMARKS

(All ages) Jethro, David,
Theo, Paolo, and Vincent
Marks come home every summer to Mt. Gilead from
musical pursuits around the world.
This concert is a
benefit performance for the Friends of Franklin Park
Arts Center. Call 540-338-7973 to reserve your
seats.


Location: Franklin Park Arts Center

Pay at Door:
$25.00
Sa
8/15-8/15
8:00P


CARVER FALL PREVIEW OPEN HOUSE

(All ages) Bring the family for a selection of class
demonstrations. Balloons, face painting, refreshments,
and tours! Challenge the Master at chess! Call
571-258-3400.


Location: Carver Center
Free event

Sa
8/15-8/15
10:00A-2:00P


FAMILY ASTRONOMY NIGHT

(Ages 5 & up) Bring a blanket and your family/friends
to learn about planets, stars, constellations, and other
wonders of outer space. Bring your telescopes or
borrow one of ours. Call 540-338-7603.
Location: Franklin Park
462603-01 $16.00 per family
Sa
8/22-8/22
9:00P-11:00P


THE LUCKETTS FAIR

(All ages) We‘re celebrating 37 years of old-fashioned
country fun with juried crafts, antiques, children‘s
entertainment, and day-long Bluegrass music. Call
703-771-5281.


Location: Lucketts Community Center
Pay at door $5.00/over age 6; Free/under 6
Sa,Su
8/22-8/23
10:00A- 5:00P


MAD SCIENTIST & SNOW CONE SOCIAL

(All ages) Bring family and friends to see the amazing
Mad Scientist of Washington (performances at Dulles
Towne Center,
Tyson‘s Corner Mall, Fairfax Festival,
etc.)! Snow Cones following the show! Call 540-3385882.


Location: Philomont Community Center
411504-01 $3.00/person
Su
8/23-8/23
3:00P-5:00P


BITWC—IMAGINE THAT PRESENTS: SMOKEY
JOE‘S CAFÉ

(All ages) A musical, theatrical revue showcasing 39
pop standards, including rock and roll, and rhythm
and blues songs written by songwriters Jerry Leiber
and Mike Stoller. Call 540-338-7973


Location: Franklin Park Arts Center
Pay at door: $15.00

F
8/28-8/28
7:30P
Sa
8/29-8/29
7:30P
Su
8/30-8/30
3:00P


SEPTEMBER
(registration starts 6/3/09)


PHILOMONT OPEN HOUSE & BACK TO SCHOOL DAY

(All ages) Take an active role in the community and
your child‘s future! Meet our teachers, staff, and
advisory board officers. Refreshments provided. Call
540-338-5882.


Location: Philomont Community Center
411505-01 Free event
Th
9/3-9/3
10:00A-12:00P


TRIPS
COUNTYWIDE
This section lists some of our countywide trips offered
by community centers, senior centers, parks and
other PRCS facilities in chronological order. Please
call the number listed for more information.


JUNE


KUTZTOWN FOLK FESTIVAL

(All ages) Bring your family to enjoy 200 of America‘s
finest traditional craftsmen, along with food, music
and folk life in Kutztown, Pennsylvania. Fun for all
ages! Price includes admission. Depart/Return: Dulles
South Multipurpose Center. Call 571-258-3456.


405905-01 $45.00

Sa
6/27-6/27
8:00A- 6:00P

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JULY


KINGS DOMINION

(Ages 10 & up) Travel to Kings Dominion and ride the
new roller coasters - Americana and El Dorado. Cost
includes bus transportation and admission. Register
by 6/26. Depart/Return: Lovettsville Community
Center. Call 540-822-5284.


402706-01 $45.00

Tu
7/7-7/7
9:00A-10:00P


SHENANDOAH SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL

(All ages) See ―Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor
Dreamcoat‖ at the Shenandoah Summer Music
Theatre in Winchester. Dinner available for purchase
after show. Depart/Return: Philomont Community
Center and LV Shopping Center. Call 540-338-5882.


411503-01 $35.00/transportation & show
W
7/15-7/15
1:30P-7:00P


NATIONALS VS CUBS

(Ages 4 & up) Travel to Washington, DC to see
the Nationals take on the Chicago Cubs! Game
time is 1:35 pm. Register by 7/10. Depart/Return:
Lovettsville Community Center. Call 540-822-5284.


402704-01 $30.00

Su
7/19-7/19
10:30A- 7:00P


SCHOOL BUS RIDE TO ZOO
(Ages 4 & up) Take a trip with us to the National Zoo
in Washington, D.C. Bring a bag lunch. Parents or
guardians must pay and accompany child. Depart/
Return: Douglass Community Center. Call 703-771


5913.
404712-01 $13.00


F
7/24-7/24
9:00A- 4:00P


TRIPS
FOR SENIORS
Unless otherwise noted, registration begins 6/2/09,
trips are for individuals 55 years and older, and
transportation is by Senior Center buses.
The first
price listed is for current, card carrying senior center
members (Carver, Cascades, Dulles South, Leesburg);
the second price is for non-members. Departure
and return locations for most day trips: Carver
(Purcellville) Senior Center, Cascades (Sterling) Senior
Center and Leesburg Wal-Mart (west side of parking
lot near Garden Center). Registration is required
and may be done at any PRCS facility with access
to RecTrac.
There are no refunds, although a refund
minus a 30% administrative fee may be issued, if
your seat is resold. Call 703-430-2397.


JUNE


CASINO TRIP- CHARLES TOWN, WV

Enjoy slots and simulcast horse racing. Lunch on your
own. Price includes transportation and $5 cash back
(subject to change). Minimum walking.


445610-01 $8/member, $10/non-member
Th
6/11-6/11


―HAIR SPRAY‖ AT SHENANDOAH SUMMER MUSIC
THEATRE - WINCHESTER, VA (AGES 16 & UP)

It‘s 1962 – the 50s are out and change is in the air.
Tracy Turnblad is transformed overnight from outsider
to irrepressible teen celebrity. Dinner is on your own
after the show. Price includes transportation and
show. Minimum walking.


445614-01 $34/member and guests,


$36/non-member and guests
Sa
6/13-6/13


―SPIRIT OF WASHINGTON‖ CRUISE AND LUNCH -
WASHINGTON, DC

A few remaining seats are available for this presold
trip. Cruise the Potomac River aboard the ―Spirit of
Washington.‖ Price includes transportation, cruise,
lunch and tip. Minimum walking.


445615-01 $65/member, $67/non-member
W
6/17-6/17


―HAIR SPRAY‖ AT SSMT - WINCHESTER, VA

(Ages 55& up)

See description for 6/13.
445616-01 W
6/17-6/17


LONG BRANCH MANSION & MUSEUM OF
THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY - MILLWOOD /
WINCHESTER, VA

Begin with a tour of historic Long Branch in Millwood,
have lunch, and visit the Museum of the Shenandoah
Valley, and tour Glen Burnie Historic House and
Gardens. Fast food lunch on your own. Price includes
transportation and admission. Extensive walking.


445617-01 $26/member, $28/non-member
Th
6/18-6/18


SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS – WASHINGTON, DC
Drop off and pick-ups at American History, Natural
History, Gallery of Art,
American Indian,
Air and Space,
and African Art/Freer/Hirshhorn/Sackler Museums.
Lunch on your own. Price includes transportation.
Free admission. Extensive walking.


445618-01 $9/member, $11/non-member
M
6/22-6/22


U.S. CAPITOL VISITORS‘ CENTER AND TOUR –
WASHINGTON, DC
Spend the day at the new U.S. Capitol Visitors‘ Center.
Trip includes a guided tour of the Capitol at 1:00PM.
Lunch on your own in Visitors‘ Center cafeteria. Price
includes transportation. Free admission and tour.
Extensive walking.


445619-01 $9/member, $11/non-member
Tu
6/23-6/23


CASINO TRIP – CHARLES TOWN, WV

See description for 6/11.
445610-02 W
6/24-6/24


U.S. CAPITOL VISITORS‘ CENTER AND TOUR –
WASHINGTON, DC
See description for 6/23.
445620-01 Tu
6/30-6/30


JULY


―WEST SIDE STORY‖ AT SHENANDOAH SUMMER
MUSIC THEATRE – WINCHESTER, VA

Shakespeare‘s great love story of Romeo and Juliet
comes to life in modern-day New York City. Dinner is
on your own after the show. Price includes transportation
and show. Minimum walking.
445621-01 $34/member, $36/non-member
W
7/1-7/1


SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS – WASHINGTON, DC

See description for 6/22.
445622-01 W
7/8-7/8


CASINO TRIP – CHARLES TOWN, WV

See description for 6/11.
445610-03 Th
7/9-7/9


―THE MILLIONAIRESS‖ AT OLNEY THEATRE –
OLNEY, MD

Enjoy George Bernard Shaw‘s zany comedy about
class, sex and power. Lunch on your own at local
restaurant . Price includes transportation and show.
Minimum walking.


445623-01 $50/member, $52/non-member
Sa
7/11-7/11


―JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR
DREAMCOAT‖ AT SHENANDOAH SUMMER MUSIC
THEATRE – WINCHESTER, VA

Enjoy this soft rock fantasy based on Joseph and
his brethren, and the coat of many colors.
The show
turns into a rollicking pastiche of vaudevillian, turn
country and western, turn calypso, turn 50‘s rock
and roll. Dinner is on your own after the show. Price
includes transportation and show. Minimum walking.


445624-01 $34/member, $36/non-member
W
7/15-7/15


SMITHSONIAN ART & PORTRAIT GALLERY/SPY
MUSEUM/MUSEUM OF CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
– WASHINGTON, DC
Explore the American Art Museum and National
Portrait Gallery or visit the Spy Museum or the
Museum of Crime and Punishment (approximately
$15 each). Lunch on your own. Price includes
transportation with free admission to art museums.
Extensive walking.


445625-01 $9/member, $11/non-member
Tu
7/21-7/21

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CASINO TRIP – CHARLES TOWN, WV

See description for 6/11.
445610-04 W
7/22-7/22


LIBRARY OF CONGRESS & SUPREME COURT –
WASHINGTON, DC

Begin with a tour of the Library of Congress and stay
there or also visit the Supreme Court. Lunch on your
own in either cafeteria. Price includes transportation
with free admission. Extensive walking.


445626-01 $9/member, $11/non-member
F
7/24-7/24


―DISNEY‘S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST‖ AT
SHENANDOAH SUMMER MUSIC THEATRE –
WINCHESTER, VA

Enjoy this original Disney musical as Belle trades her
freedom for her father‘s and the ―tale as old as time‖
begins. Dinner is on your own after the show. Price
includes transportation and show. Minimum walking.


445627-01 $34/member, $36/non-member
W
7/29-7/29


AUGUST


CASINO TRIP – CHARLES TOWN, WV

See description for 6/11.
445610-05 Th
8/13-8/13


―THE GIN GAME‖ AT WAYSIDE THEATRE –
STRASBURG / MIDDLETOWN, VA

Enjoy this Pulitzer Prize winning drama about old age
and friendship as two kindred spirits play out their
contentious relationship over a game of gin rummy.
Lunch before the show at the Hotel Strasburg.
Price includes transportation, lunch, tip and show.
Minimum walking.


445628-01 $61/member, $63/non-member
Sa
8/15-8/15


STERLING PLAYMAKERS‘ ―THOROUGHLY MODERN
MILLIE‖ – STERLING, VA

One of everyone‘s favorite musical comes to life at
Potomac Falls High School as the Sterling Playmakers
present this well-known story. Price includes transportation
and reserved seating at show. Minimum
walking.


445629-01 $19/member, $21/non-member
Su
8/16-8/16


BINGO WORLD – BALTIMORE, MD

Bingo for the serious player…bingo at it‘s best.
Purchase your own bingo cards at the door. Purchase
lunch or bring your own. Price includes transportation
only. Minimum walking.


445630-01 $10/member, $12/non-member
M
8/17-8/17


SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS – WASHINGTON, DC

See description for 6/22.
445631-01 Th
8/20-8/20


―A PASSION FOR JUSTICE: THE CLARENCE DARROW
STORY‖ AT OLNEY THEATRE – OLNEY, MD

Feel the passion of Clarence Darrow as he tries
notorious cases of murder, evolution and civil rights.
Lunch on your own at local restaurant in Olney area.
Price includes transportation and show. Minimum
walking.
445632-01 $50/member, $52/non-member
Sa
8/22-8/22


CASINO TRIP – CHARLES TOWN, WV

See description for 6/11.
445610-06 W
8/26-8/26


―DAMN YANKEES‖ AT TOBY‘S DINNER THEATRE

– BALTIMORE, MD
Enjoy this song and dance musical comedy about
a passionate fan who sells his soul to the devil to
become the world‘s greatest baseball player. Price
includes transportation, show, buffet lunch and tip.
Minimum walking.


445633-01 $62/member, $64/non-member
Th
8/27-8/27


FREDERICK KEYS BASEBALL GAME –
FREDERICK, MD (Ages 5 and up)

Take your children and/or grandchildren out to the
ballgame and watch the Keys take on the Myrtle
Beach Pelicans. Fireworks included after the show.
Dinner on your own at the ballpark. Price includes
transportation and general admission seating.
Minimum walking.


445634-01 $13/members and guests;


$15/non-members and guests
F
8/28-8/28


SEPTEMBER
(registration begins 6/2/09)


―JOHNNY CASH: RING OF FIRE‖ AT ALLENBERRY
RESORT INN AND PLAYHOUSE – BOILING
SPRINGS, PA

Relive the life of America‘s legendary ―man in black‖
as told through the songs he composed, recorded
and shared with the world. Price includes transportation,
show, buffet lunch and tip. Minimum walking.


145611-01 $65/member, $67/non-member
W
9/9-9/9


JOHNNY CASH: RING OF FIRE‖ AT ALLENBERRY

– BOILING SPRINGS, PA
See description for 9/9.
145614-01 Th
9/17-9/17


OVERNIGHT TRIPS


NIAGARA FALLS/TORONTO – CANADA

5-days, 4-nights. Call for flyer after 5/18.
Total trip
cost: $504/member and $524/non-member for
double occupancy or $684/member and $704/nonmember
for single occupancy. Extensive walking.
A
valid U.S. Passport is required for this trip.


145640-01 $252/$262 or $342/$352
due upon registration
145640-02 $252/$262 or $342/$352
due July 15
M-F
8/31-9/4


MACKINAC ISLAND AND NORTHERN MICHIGAN

7-days, 6-nights. Call for flyer after 5/18.
Total trip
cost: $684/member and $714/non-member for
double occupancy or $924/member and $954/nonmember
for single occupancy. Extensive walking.
145641-01 $228$238 or $308/$318


due upon registration
145641-02 $228/$238 or $308/$318


due July 1
145641-03 $228/$238 or $308/$318


due Aug. 14
Su-Sa
9/20-9/26


VERMONT

7-days, 6-nights. Call for flyer after 5/18.
Total trip
cost: $732/member and $762/non-member for
double occupancy or $1,056/member and $1,086/
non-member for single occupancy. Extensive walking.
145642-01 $244/$254 or $352/$362


due upon registration
145642-02 $244/$254 or $352/$362


due Aug. 3
145642-03 $244/$254 or $352/$362


due Sept. 1
Su-Sa
10/18-10/24


The following previously advertised trips may
still have openings:

THE NEWSEUM – WASHINGTON, DC

F
6/5-6/5


―LADIES NIGHT IN A TURKISH BATH‖ AT ALLENBERRY
RESORT INN AND PLAYHOUSE – BOILING
SPRINGS, PA

W
6/10-6/10


RIVER CRUISE & KENMORE PLANTATION –
FREDERICKSBURG, VA
F
6/12-6/12

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CARVER CENTER 571-258-3400


AREA AGENCY
ON AGING
215 Depot Court, SE, 2nd Floor
Leesburg,
VA 20175


703-777-0257

M-F 8:30A 5:00P


The Area Agency on Aging provides the following
programs and services for senior citizens and their
families:


Adult Day Centers
Case Management Services
Congregate Lunch Programs
Home Delivered Meals
Health Promotion
Information and Referral: The program provides

One Number to Call for information and assistance.
Medicare Counseling
Senior and Activity Centers
Tax Assistance Program
Volunteer Opportunities
Senior Centers: General Information

ACTIVITIES

Two full-service senior centers and two senior activity
centers offer a variety of programs and activities for
adults 55 and over.
Annual membership fee covering
July-June is $20/person ($25/non-residents). In lieu
of membership, seniors may pay a daily drop-in fee
of $1 ($1.50/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 both senior centers and the senior activity
center in Leesburg for meetings, family reunions,
special events, birthday parties and more.


ADULT DAY CENTERS:
GENERAL INFORMATION


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.
Alzheimer
support groups are available to provide insight, guidance,
companionship, and resources.


CARVER
CENTER
200 Willie Palmer Way
Purcellville,
VA 20132


571-258-3400

M-F 9:00A- 4:00P (Ages 55 & up ONLY)


M-F 4:00P-9:00P & Sa 9:00A-6:00P (All ages)
Annual membership:
$20/year
Non-member drop-in fee:
$1.00
EDUCATIONAL


COMPUTER BASICS

Instructor: Belinda Moh.


430604-01 $48.00

Tu
6/16-7/21
10:00A-11:30A


FINE & APPLIED ARTS


FUNDRAISER SEWING GROUP

Join with others to sew quilted potholders to sell to
raise funds for the Carver Advisory Board
M
on-going
10:15A-12:00P


FITNESS


TAI CHI FOR SENIORS

Slow motion routines practiced in a group to promote
strength, balance and flexibility. New students welcome
to attend. Instructor:
Trudy Weaver.


430607-01

Tu
6/16-8/25
10:15A-11:15A


BODY AND MIND STRENGTHENING FITNESS

No matter what your fitness level, you‘ll benefit from
these strength and stretch activities. Instructor: Faith
Cooper.


430602-01 $36.00
M
6/1-8/17
10:00A-10:45A


ADULT BALLET-BEGINNERS

Highlighting vital ballet barre basics, keys to moving
gracefully, short memorized routines. Instructor:
Faith Cooper.


430609-01 $36.00

M
6/1-7/20
11:00A-11:45A


MONTHLY COMPLEMENTARY BELLY DANCE
WORKSHOPS

Try a beginner‘s session for free! Instructor: Emily
Inglis.
1st
Th
on-going
10:15A-11:00A


SENIOR FITNESS-SEATED

Weight lifting, lower body strengthening and resistance
bands while seated. Instructor: Faith Cooper.


430603-01 $36.00
W,F
7/1-8/7
1:00P- 1:45P
430603-02 $36.00
W,F
8/12-9/18
1:00P- 1:45P


WATER WALKING

Joint-friendly exercise in Ida Lee‘s auxiliary
pool.
Travel by bus from Carver.
$4.00 admission
M
on-going
12:30P-3:00P


LAUGH YOGA

Rae and Diana lead you through exercises and games
to promote physical and emotional wellbeing.
W
on-going
10:30A-11:30A


INDOOR (STANDING OR SEATED) BEACHBALL
VOLLEYBALL

It‘s all the fun of volleyball, with as little or much effort
as you choose!
Tu
on-going
11:30A-12:00P


BOWLING

Play one non-competitive game at Village Lanes in
Leesburg. Free shoes. Free transportation at
12:45P.
$2.00/game
M
on-going
1:00P-2:30P


NINTENDO Wii LEARNING CLINIC

Discover the world of virtual sports! Come test your
physical and intellectual agility on this user-friendly
game platform.


W,Th,F
on-going
10:15A-12:00P


FITNESS CENTER MEMBERSHIPS

Special hours for seniors - full use of the fitness
center and state-of-the-art equipment. Get in shape,
stay healthy!


M-F
on-going
9:00A-4:00P


SOCIALIZING
& ENTERTAINMENT


CARVER LUNCH BUNCH

Lunch with friends at different restaurants.
Transportation fee. Lunch is extra.
Those providing
own transport must still register (no charge).


430601-01 $4.00
June
W
6/17-6/17
10:30A- 2:00P
430601-02 June Self-transport
W
6/17-6/17
10:30A- 2:00P
430601-03 $4.00
July
W
7/15-7/15
10:30A- 2:00P
430601-04 July Self-transport


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DULLES SOUTH SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER 571-258-3883


W
7/15-7/15
10:30A- 2:00P
430601-05 $4.00
August
W
8/19-8/19
10:30A- 2:00P
430601-06 August Self-transport
W
8/19-8/19
10:30A- 2:00P


SUMMER SUPPER CLUB

Go out to dinner with friends.
Transportation fee.
Dinner/tip extra.
430612-01
$6.00
Reston Clyde‘s
W
6/24-6/24
4:00P- 6:00P
430612-02 Clyde‘s Self-transport
W
6/24-6/24
4:00P- 6:00P
430612-03 $6.00
Black Thorn
W
7/22-7/22
4:00P- 6:00P
430612-04 Black Thorn Self-transport
W
7/22-7/22
4:00P- 6:00P
430612-05 $6.00
Bavarian Inn
W
8/26-8/26
4:00P- 6:00P
430612-06 Bavarian Inn Self-transport
W
8/26-8/26
4:00P- 6:00P


CARD GAMES
All groups are play or learn.
M-F
Coffee/Cards
9:30A-10:30A
M
Canasta
1:00P-3:00P
Th
Cards/Board Games
6:00P-9:00P


SCRABBLE CLUB

W
on-going
12:30P-2:00P


BRIDGE CLUB

Club is for those who already know how to play.
Tu
on-going
1:00P-4:00P
Th
on-going
1:00P-4:00P


BINGO

Join in for fun and prizes.
$.50 per card, no card limit.
Tu
on-going
12:45P-1:45P
F
on-going
10:45A-11:45P


ALL AGES READ TOGETHER (AART)

Spend an hour twice a week reading one-on-one to a
young child at Carver.
M,W
on-going
12:30P-1:45


BOOKIN‘ IT

Spend every other Friday during the school year reading
to first graders at Emerick Elementary. Must have
TB test.


F
on-going
9:45A-10:45A


MENTAL STIMULATION


CREATIVE WRITING

Instructor: Jean Kipfer.
W
on-going
10:30A-12:00P


MENTAL MUSCLE

Weekly classes using brain games to foster thinking.
Instructor: Sarah Reeves
Th
on-going
12:45P-2:00P


BASIC NEEDS
& INFORMATION


BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK

(Ages 18 & up) Provided by Loudoun Healthcare Unit.
No appointment needed. Check calendar for dates.
2nd 4th
Th
on-going
10:00A-12:00P


VIRGINIA RESOURCE CENTER FOR THE DEAF
AND HARD OF HEARING

(Ages 18 & up) Joan Cassidy will be at Carver with
information regarding mild to severe hearing loss and
the newest equipment available.


2nd
Tu
on-going
10:00A-12:00P


BLUE RIDGE SPEECH AND HEARING

(Ages 18 & up) A representative will be here on odd
months only for cleaning and testing hearing aids, as
well as providing resource information.


1st
Tu
on-going
10:30A-11:30A


EYEGLASS CLEANING AND MINOR REPAIR

Optometrist, Dr. Dilzer of Purcellville, visits every other
month (even months).
1st
Tu
on-going
12:30P-1:00P


―DEALING WITH LOSS‖ SUPPORT GROUP

W
on-going
1:45P-2:45P


SHOPPING

Weekly transportation to Leesburg for light variety
shopping.
M
on-going
1:00P-3:00P


GROCERY SHOPPING

Transportation to local grocery establishments.
F
on-going
1:00P-3:00P


AREA AGENCY ON AGING ONE-ON-ONE
RESOURCE

Elder Case Manager Kathy Kehoe, is available in the
library for confidential, individual sessions. Sign up for
15-minute blocks of time.


2nd 4th
Th
on-going
12:30P-1:30P


SPECIAL EVENTS


FLORAL DESIGN

Learn fundamental principles of flower arranging with
the Purcellville Garden club.
430605-01 Free event
Th
8/27-8/27
10:15A-11:00A


LAVENDER TALK AND CRAFT

Learn all about lavender and how to make a lovely
woven lavender wand with ribbon and blossoms.
430606-01 Free event
Th
8/13-8/13
10:15A-11:00A


HAWAIIAN LUAU

Forget that trip to the Islands. Save your plane fare
and come to Carver instead for a party and dance!
DJ Sky Dantinne.
Try out your hula skills and enjoy a
cool tropical drink.


430608-01 $3.00

F
7/24-7/24
10:00A- 2:00P


FATHER‘S DAY PANCAKE BRUNCH

Come celebrate Fathers everywhere with a scrumptious
brunch of pancakes, bacon, hash browns, fruit,
juice and coffee. Brunch will be followed by bingo,
Wii
games and horseshoes.


430610-01 $3.00

F
6/19-6/19
11:00A-12:30P


INDEPENDENCE DAY COOK-OUT

Come to Carver Center for a traditional cook-out and
old time games.


430611-01 $5.00

Th
7/2-7/2
11:00A- 2:00P


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 are offered FREE to participants
age 55 & older, although membership or
non-member drop-in fees do apply.

SPECIAL EVENTS


Please contact the Senior Activity Center
for more information.

MONTHLY POTLUCK DINNER & GAME NIGHT

Enjoy potluck dinner with friends and family. Bring
a covered dish and a wrapped gift for BINGO. Call
center for details.
F
6/5, 7/3, 8/7
5:30P-8:30P


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PICNIC AND GAMES

Join the gang for a picnic and tour of the Va. State
Arboretum. Call center for details
F
6/26-6/26
10:30A-2:00P


CLASSES


EXERCISE FOR SENIORS

Get moving with our exercise for seniors.
You can
stand or sit while enjoying these sessions.
M,
W,
Th
11:00A-11:45A


TAI CHI W/ SUCHA

Join us in this beautiful form of exercise
T
on-going
11:00A-12:00P


MAH JONGG

Learn the traditional or Patterson-Wright way of playing
this ancient Chinese tile game.
1:00P-3:00P
T


COMPUTER W/ ALFRED

Computer Help Please schedule class
T
on-going
10:30A-1:00P


SEWING CIRCLE

Bring your own supplies.
Th
on-going
11:00A-2:00P


ART FORUM W/ CLARA

Learn to draw, paint etc…. List of materials
available upon request.
Group currently full
Th
on-going
1:00P-2:00P


EXERCISE FOR SENIORS

Gentle Aerobics / Armchair Exercise
F
on-going
11:00A-12:00P


ON-GOING ACTIVITIES


SHOPPING AT K MART

M
on-going
1:00P-2:00P


LIBRARY OUTREACH SERVICES

LCPL visits D.S.S.A.C. Center for a monthly book /
tape/CD exchange. Participants are welcome to borrow
books, etc. from the center‘s ever-growing library.


2nd F
on-going
11:00A


ADVISORY BOARD MEETING

Meetings to fulfill the mission of the senior center..


1st
Tu
on-going
1:00P
ONE ON ONE W/ KATHY KEHOE
Offering one on one visit.
2nd 4th
W
on-going
11:00A-11:45A


LOUDOUN MOBILE HEALTH OUTREACH SERVICES

Stop by and have your blood pressure and heart rate
monitored monthly


1st


Tu
on-going
11:00A-12:00P


GAMES GALORE

Start your weekend out right – play! Jump start
vocabulary with a good game of Scrabble, or play
Dominoes (all types), Rummikub, Mah Jongg, etc.


1st 2nd 3rd
Th


on-going
12:30P-2:00P


Please stop by and check out our facility.
Schedule Dulles Senior Activity Center for your
next meeting, dance club, bridge group or just a
friendly gathering!

SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER
AT LEESBURG
215 Depot Court, SE, First Floor
Leesburg,
VA 20175


703-737-8039

M – F 8:30A-5:00P
The Center will be closed July 3, in observance of
Independence Day.
Unless otherwise noted, the following classes,
activities, and programs are offered FREE to participants
ages 55 & older, although membership
or drop-in fees apply.
Effective July 1, 2009
Annual membership fee:
$20.00/residents, $25.00/non-residents


CRAFTS


CERAMICS

Instruction is free. Supply prices vary.
Volunteer
Instructors: Myrna.


427601-01

W
6/17-8/26
10:00A-12:00P


SEWING WORKSHOP

Beginners Level. Sewing machines provided. Bring in
your sewing project for this program.


427602-01

M
6/15-8/31
8:30A-12:00P


STITCH-IN

Come and Sew, Knit, Needlepoint, or Crochet.


427603-01

M
6/15-8/31
9:00A-11:55A


ART STUDIO
Bring your own supplies and work together. Share
techniques.


427624-01

M
6/15-8/31
1:00-3:00P


DANCE


LINE DANCE
427604-01
W
6/17-8/26
1:00-2:00P
TAP DANCE
427606-01
W
6/17-8/26
2:00-3:00P


SQUARE DANCE LESSONS

Beaus and Bells Square Dance Group will resume
classes in September.
Questions call 703-737-8039


EDUCATIONAL


COMPUTER ASSISTANCE WITH RON

Ron‘s years of experience provide him the tools to
give assistance to others in the computer lab.
M
on-going
9:00-11:00A


INTERNET COMPUTER BASICS

Four session orientation. Learn the basics of searching
the internet. Create your own email address.
Space limited.
Volunteer instructor: Shiwei.


427605-01
W
427605-02
W
427605-03
W
$24.00
6/10-7/1
$24.00
7/8-7/29
$24.00
8/5-8/26
10:00A-11:00A
10:00A-11:00A
10:00A-11:00A
BOOK CLUB

Discussion of group selected book and author.
Books provided by Loudoun County Public Library.
Volunteers lead this discussion.


2nd
W


6/10,7/8, & 8/12
10:00A


ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Program lead by the Leesburg office of Loudoun
Literacy. For information 703-737-8039.


HISTORY CLUB

Discussion group covering current and historical
events.
This combines the news, with old and new
history. May include guest speakers.


1st
W


6/3,7/1,8/5
12:30P


CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH

Let‘s Talk. Speak using Spanish for casual conversation.
Practice what you know with others.
Volunteer
leader: Myrna.


427607-01

W
6/3-6/24
11:00A-12:01P


427607-02

W
7/8-7/29
11:00A-12:01P


427607-03

W
8/5-8/26
11:00A-12:01P


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SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER AT LEESBURG 703-737-8039


BASIC SPANISH

Try it. Recognize basic phrases and words.
Volunteer
leader: Mary Frances.


427615-01 $24.00
TU
6/2-6/30
10:00A-11:00A
427615-02 $30.00
TU
7/7-7/28
10:00A-11:00A
427615-03 $24.00
TU
8/4-8/25
10:00A-11:00A


DIGITAL CAMERA

Learn how to use your digital camera. Download and
save your photos.
Volunteer Instructor: Defa.
427627-01 $24.00
M
7/6-7/27
10:00-11:00A


POWER POINT

Learn how to use the Microsoft Power Point software
on your computer to create pictorial shows.
Volunteer
Instructor : Shiwei.


427637-01 $24.00
Tu
7/7-7/28
10:00-11:00A


BEGINNING BRIDGE CLASS

Learn the basic play of the hand.
Volunteer Instructor.
427600-01
$36.00
Tu 9:00A-10:00A


FITNESS


TAI JI CHUAN FOR WELLNESS

(Ages 18 & up) Movements for building your internal
strength to improve balance and concentration, plus
self- defense techniques. Learn 24 forms in 12
weeks. Internationally trained instructor Victor Chen.


427611-01 $48/$24
M
6/8-8/24
4:00-5:00P


TAI CHI WITH SUCHA

Slow motion movements to improve flexibility and
range of motion.
Volunteer Instructor: Sucha.


427608-01

M
6/15-8/31
11:00A-12:00P


YOGA BY DAHN

Your Path to a Healthier, Happier and More Peaceful
Life . Series of stretches and movements to improve
your flexibility and balance.
Volunteer Instructor from
Dahn Yoga Leesburg.


427650-01

TU
on-going
10:30A


YOGA AND LAUGHTER

Stretching, flexibility, and balance. Use of bands and
chair included. Laughter is the best medicine, come
and see why.
Volunteer instructors: Rae and Diana.


TH
6/18-8/27
9:30A-10:30A


STRETCH & TONE WITH MARY

Use bands and hand weights for overall fitness.
Volunteer Instructor : Mary.


427609-01
M
6/15-8/31
12:30-1:15P
427609-02
TH
6/18-8/27
11:00A-11:45A


WALKING CLUB

Get your walking shoes in motion and walk for your
health.
Walk on W & OD trail.
M-F
on-going 10:30A


EXERCISE EQUIPMENT

Includes:
2 Treadmills, 2 Bikes, 1 Cardioglide
M-F
on-going 8:30A-5:00P


ON-GOING CLUBS
AND GROUPS


INVESTORS DISCUSSION GROUP

Discussion Group to research and share ideas about
investing. May include guest speakers. Free to mem


bers.
427622-01
2nd 4th M
on-going
9:30A
MAJHONGG
427611-01
M
427611-02
Th
on-going
on-going
1:00P
1:00P
PARTY BRIDGE
Tu
on-going
1:00-4:00P
BIBLE STUDY WITH BILL
W
on-going
11:00A-12:00P
CHESS CLUB

Intergenerational Chess Club is off for the summer.
Will resume in September.


ADVISORY BOARD MEETING

―Leesburg Senior Center‖ meets the first Thursday of
the month.
1st
Th
on-going
2:00P


GOOSE CREEK BRIDGE GROUP

Duplicate Bridge group fees involved for members.
Th
on-going
10:00A


LOUDOUN BRIDGE BUFFS

Duplicate Bridge Sanctioned game.
$2.00/member
F
on-going
1:00P
CROCHET CLUB

F
on-going
9:00A


BEAUX & BELLS SQUARE DANCES

Square Dance will return in September on 2nd and 4th
Fridays at 7:30P.


HEALTH SCREENING
AND INFORMATION


VIRGINIA RESOURCE CENTER FOR THE DEAF
AND HARD OF HEARING

Representative Joan Cassidy will present quarterly
information on resources and devices available to
assist with mild to severe hearing loss. No membership
required.


1st W


on-going 10:00A-12:00P


DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP

Type I,
Type II, or Borderline. Come and share in the
discussion to help you live a better, more healthy
and active life. Learn some new ideas and products.
Volunteer leader: Doris.


Th
on-going 11:00A


INOVA MEDICAL VAN

Blood Pressure checks and Lab Tests, some with
fees. Dates vary call 703-737-8039 for schedule.
Provided by INOVA Health Source.


RECREATION, SOCIAL
AND GAMES
LUNCH IN THE DINING ROOM

Served daily at 12:00P. Reservations are required.
Call 703-737-8039.
Under age 60:
$4.00/lunch
Age 60 & up:
Donation


WII

An active computer game played on the large screen.
Try your favorite Golf, Bowling, Baseball,
Tennis. Free to members.


W
on-going
9:00A-11:30A
Th
on-going
3:00P-5:30P
F
on-going
3:00P-5:30P
BOWLING

Bowling will resume in September on Mondays at
1:00P


BILLIARDS

Make use of the regulation slate pool table.
M-F
on-going
8:30A-5:00P


TABLE TENNIS

Make use of the regulation ping-pong table.
M-F
on-going
9:30A-11:00A


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FAST BINGO WITH PAT
Pay at door $.75 per card
W
on-going
2:00P


BINGO WITH MARIA, BLANCHE, & SANDI
Pay at door $.50 per card
F
on-going
12:30P


WHITE ELEPHANT BINGO

Bring a new gift in a sealed gift bag as admission to
the game.
4th M
on-going
12:30pm


COFFEE CHAT

M-F
on-going
9:00A


BID WHIST

M
on-going
10:30A


EUCHRE

W
on-going
10:30A


PINOCHLE

Th
on-going
11:00A
POKER

M
on-going
11:00A


PROGRESSIVE RUMMY

F
on-going
10:00A


MAJHONGG

M
on-going
1:00P
Th
on-going
1:00P


RUMMIKUB

M
on-going
2:00P


SHOPPING OUTING

Tu
on-going
12:30P


TEXAS HOLD‘UM

Tu,Th
on-going
10:00A


BEGINNING BRIDGE CLASS

Learn the basic play of the hand.
Volunteer Instructor.


427600-01 $36.00

Tu
on-going
9:00A-10:00A


SPECIAL EVENTS


MONTHLY BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

Celebrate with Leesburg members each month. Call
703-737-8039 at least twenty-four hours in advance
for reservations.


3rd
Tu
on-going 12:30P


POTLUCK DINNER & BINGO WITH BARBARA

Bring a dish to share and a new gift wrapped in a
bag. Dinner at 5:00P, followed by bingo. Fun, Food,
and Friendship!


3rd F
6/19,7/17,8/21 5:00-7:30P


LEESBURG LUNCH BUNCH

This monthly outing gives you a chance to be transported
in style to a delightful lunchtime dinner out.
Fee covers transportation. Meal paid for on your own.


427610-01 $6.00+ BURAPA THAI, Lansdowne
3rd Th
6/18-6/18
11:0A- 2:30P
427610-02 $1.00+BLUE RIDGE GRILL, Leesburg
3rd Th
7/16-7/16
11:00A- 2:30P
427610-03 $6.00+ PANERA BREAD, Leesburg
2nd Th
8/13-8/13
11:00A- 2:30P


FATHER‘S DAY BREAKFAST

Celebrate and share your father‘s stories at the center.
Reserve by 6/14.


327696-01 $3.00

M
6/22-6/22
9:30A


LA NUIT – THE NIGHT

Enjoy dinner out and make new friends. Reservations
call 703-771-5156 by the 1st of the month. Pay for
dinner on your own.


427620-01 VINTAGE 50, Leesburg
Tu
6/9-6/9
6:00P
427620-02 EIFFEL TOWER CAFE, Leesburg
Tu
7/7-7/7
6:00P
427620-03 MAGNOLIA AT THE MILL, Purcellville
Tu
8/4-8/4
6:00P


BIRDHOUSE PARTY BRIDGE PARTY

Meet new friends and play party bridge after a
delicious luncheon of Chicken Salad, with Fruit
Salad, and Croissants. Cost covers the luncheon.
Registration ends July 15.


427612-01 $6.00

TH
7/23-7/23
12:30P- 4:30P


TEXAS HOLD‘EM TOURNAMENT

Play the game you have learned and love. Lunch and
prizes included in the cost. Reservations required by
July 23.


427658-01 $6.00
TU
8/11-8/11
10:00A-2:00P


DISCO DANCE PARTY

New Member Party. Have fun, meet new members,


learn the hustle dance. Refreshments served.
427690-01
$3.00
Tu
8/25-8/25
2:00P-4:00P


VINTAGE GOLF LEAGUE - SUMMER

The league plays at local golf courses with tee times
ranging from 8:00A-10:00A.
The greens fees are
discounted and include carts. Play the weeks you
prefer.
This is a social league with an emphasis is
on fun and meeting new people. Season includes (4)
tournaments and prizes. Contact Dan McNiel at 703771-
5211


427680-01 $45/resident, /$65/non-resident
M
6/15-8/31
8:00A


SENIOR CENTER
AT CASCADES
21060 Whitfield Place
Sterling,
VA 20165


703-430-2397

M,
W-F 9:00A-5:00P
Tu 9:00A-8:00P


Unless otherwise noted, the following classes,
activities, and programs are offered FREE to participants
ages 55 & older, although membership
or drop-in fees apply.

CARDS AND GAMES


BINGO

$1/2 cards (15 games)
M,
Th
on-going
10:30A-12:00P
F
on-going
1:30P-3:00P


CANASTA

Tu
on-going
1:00P-4:00P


DUPLICATE BRIDGE

Sanctioned game - $2/session
M
on-going
11:00A-3:00P
Th
on-going
1:00P-4: 30P


HAND AND FOOT (CARDS)

F
on-going
1:00P-4:00P


MAH-JONGG

Tu
on-going
1:00P-4:00P


O‘HECK

W
on-going
10:00A-11: 30A


PARTY BRIDGE

M,
W, F
on-going
1:00P-4:00P


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SENIOR CENTER AT CASCADES 703-430-2397


PINOCHLE

M,
Th
on-going
1:00P-4:00P


POKER

Tu,
Th
on-going
1:00P-4: 30P


SCRABBLE

Th
on-going
1:00P-4:00P


CULTURAL AND
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES


BIBLE STUDY

Tu
on-going
10:30A-12:00P
1st 3rd
W
on-going
10:00A-11:30A


BOOK DISCUSSION

3rd
Tu
on-going
12:00P-1:30P


COFFEE CHAT

M,W,F
on-going
11:00A-12:00P
CURRENT EVENTS DISCUSSION

W
on-going
1:30P-3:00P


FSCC MEETING

Friends of the Senior Center at Cascades.


4th
W


on-going
1:30P-2:30P


KNITTING AND CROCHETING

F
on-going
10:00A-12:00P


SEWING

M on-going
12:30P–1:30P


MOVIE, POPCORN & SODA

Movies shown on 8-foot screen. Co-sponsored by
the FSCC.
$2/movie


3rd
W


on-going
1:30P-3:30P


OPEN PAINTING

Tu
on-going
10:00A-12:00P


POTLUCK SOCIAL

Bring a dish to share and small wrapped item for
white elephant bingo. Sign-up required at Reception
Desk.


2nd
Tu
on-going
5:30P-7:30P


SENIOR CENTER ADVISORY BOARD

4th
Th
on-going
10:00A-11:00A


STERLING SILVERS

Bring your lunch and join this active social group.


$.50/donation
Tu
on-going
11:30A-1:30P


TEA TIME

$.50/donation
Th
on-going
2:00P-3:00P


EXERCISE ACTIVITIES


AEROBICS

M-F
on-going
10:00A-11:00A


BALLROOM DANCING
W on-going 11:00A-12:00P


BASIC LINE DANCING
W on-going
10:30A-11:30A


BEGINNING LINE DANCING

W
on-going
1:15P-2:15P
F
on-going
1:15P-2:15P


BEGINNER PLUS LINE DANCING

W on-going 12:30P-1:00P


INTERMEDIATE LINE DANCING

M,Tu,Th,F
on-going 1:15P-3:15P
PICKLE BALL
W
on-going
9:30A-10:30A
TAI CHI
F
on-going
11:00A-12:00P
Wii GAMES
Tu
on-going 2:00P-7:00P


SELF-HELP
AND RESOURCES


BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK
Tu,Th,F
on-going
11:00A-11:30A
CLOTHING ALTERATIONS
M
on-going
9:00A-11:30A
COMPUTER LAB
M
on-going
10:00A-12:00P


DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING SOCIAL

Deaf seniors who use sign language meet for lunch
and social activities. Call or fax Elaine Shaffer at 703430-
6077 (TTY) evenings or email at eolshaffer@
aol.com.

2nd W


on-going
10:00A-4:00P


ELDER CHOICES

Staff from Area Agency on Aging available to meet
one-on-one with individuals to provide information
and referrals concerning health care, financial concerns
and social needs.


1st 3rd
W
on-going
11:00A-1:30P


EYEGLASSES ASSISTANCE

Staff from Lenscrafters clean glasses and make minor
repairs and adjustments.
2nd
W


on-going
1:00P-2:00P


HEARING AID ASSISTANCE

Staff from Blue Ridge Speech and Hearing Center
provide screenings, clean hearing aids and make
minor repairs and adjustments.


Tu
8/18-8/18
10:30A-11:30A


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
on-going
10:00A-2:00P


MAN-TO-MAN (PROSTATE CANCER) EDUCATION
AND SUPPORT GROUP

2nd
Tu
on-going
6:30P-8:00P


MOBILE HEALTH VAN

Loudoun Healthcare provides health screenings,
check-ups and referrals.
2nd 4th
Tu
on-going
9:30A-12:00P


SUPPORT GROUP FOR TINNITUS AND HEARING
PROBLEMS

1st F
on-going
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.

CLASSES
CERAMICS

Ceramics classes will resume in the fall.


COMPUTERS

The following classes are offered continuously and
are scheduled month to month. Please check with us
for current schedule. Instructor: Swarn Dulai.


445603-01 $21/member, $22/non-member –
3-hour session


SPANISH

Both levels of class require the Spanish Workbook

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text, which costs $13. Instructor: Lourdes Cabrisses


SPANISH
445601-01 $15/member, $25/non-member
Th
6/4 – 8/6 10:00A-12:00P


SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS
445601-02 $15/member, $25/non-member
F
6/5 – 8/7 10:00A-12:00P


ESL CHAT ROOM

Tu
on-going
12:30P-1:30P
ITALIAN
M
on-going
10:30A-12:00P
GENTLE YOGA

Gentle Yoga helps you feel more energized, youthful &
fit as you age. Instructor: Sarla Mehta.
445607-01 $90/members, $100/non-members
M
7/13- 9/21
10:30A-12:00P


SPECIAL EVENTS


INDEPENDENCE DAY LUNCHEON

Please join us for a star-spangled luncheon filled with
patriotic music and apple pie. Donation requested.
Please wear your Red,
White & Blue!


Th 7/2-7/2
11:30A- 1:00P


CASCADES PLAYERS PRESENT…
The Cascades Players will present a comedy (TBA) for
their third annual Reader‘s Theater Performance on
Thursday,
August 20 at 1:00P. Snacks and refreshments
will be sold at intermission.


445609-01 $2/members, $4/non-members


at the door
Th
8/20-8/20
1:00P-3:00P


MULTI-AGE PROGRAMS


GENTLE YOGA

(Ages 18 & up) Gentle Yoga helps you feel more energized,
youthful & fit as you age.
Instructor: Sarla Mehta.
445607-02 $90/members, $100/non-members
Tu
7/14 – 9/15 6:30P-8:00P


INTERNATIONAL BAZAAR

(All ages) Journey with the Senior Center at Cascades
across the four corners (of a tent!) of the Earth for
our first ever International Bazaar.
Taste food from all
around the world, listen to the sounds of music, and
view traditional costumes of many cultures.


445609-02 $3/members, $5/non-members/at
the door
F
9/18-9/18
2:00P-5:00P


LICENSED CHILDREN‘S
PROGRAMS
703-737-8042

CHILDCARE PROGRAM


(Ages 3-5) Looking for a childcare solution? 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 3-5 years of age. Healthy
breakfasts and snacks are provided. Program hours
are 7:00A to 6:15P Monday through Friday. Call the
Community Center closest to you for more informa


tion and availability.
FEES:
Full Time Care
Afternoon Care
Morning Care
Drop-in Care
Annual Registration Fee
(7:00A-6:15P)
(12:00P-6:15P)
(7:00A-12:00P)
(available basis)
$185/week
$162/week
$140/week
$7/hour
$ 45/year
LOCATIONS

Bluemont Community Center
540-554-4838
Douglass Community Center
703-771-5610
Dulles South Multi-Purpose Center
703-327-3311
Loudoun Valley Community Center
540-338-5035
Lovettsville Community Center
540-822-5381
Lucketts Community Center
703-737-8841

PRESCHOOL PROGRAM


2009-10 SCHOOL YEAR

(Ages 2½-5) Nine Community Centers offer a state-
licensed, nine-month preschool program, which
follows the Loudoun County public school calendar.
Classes are offered for 2½-5 year olds, but vary by
location.
The Virginia Department of Social Services
requires proof of current immunizations, proof of
age and a childcare application form. Our program
follows the National Association for the Education of
Young Children‘s recommended Creative Curriculum
Approach to Learning.


PRESCHOOL REGISTRATION FOR 09/10 SCHOOL
YEAR

(Ages 2½-5) Registration for the 2008-2009 school
year is currently under way.
A $45.00 non-refundable
registration fee will be required prior to entry to the
program.
To register, contact the center nearest you.


LOCATIONS
Bluemont Community Center
540-554-8643
Claude Moore Community Center
571-258-3500
Douglass Community Center
703-771-5913
Dulles South Multi-Purpose Center
703-327-3111
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

2009-10 AFTER
KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM


(Ages 5-7) Kindergarteners are offered a variety of
activities within a safe, supervised and structured
environment.
The Virginia Department of Social
Services requires proof of current physical & immunizations,
proof of age and a childcare application form.
Registration fee of $45 payable upon registration.


LOCATIONS

Bluemont Community Center
540-554-8643
Loudoun Valley Community Center
540-338-4122
Philomont Community Center
540-338-5882
Middleburg Community Center
540-687-6375

2009-10 PM KIDS CLUB


(Ages 5-11) Kids Club is a state licensed after school
care program for grades K-5 that follows the Loudoun
County School Calendar. Call the center for current

availability.
LOCATIONS
Bluemont Community Center
Lucketts Community Center
Middleburg Community Center
Philomont Community Center
540-554-8643
703-771-5281
540-687-6375
540-338-5882

BEFORE SCHOOL & CASA


703-737-8042

Visit www.loudoun.gov/casa
for forms and more information.


2008-2009 BEFORE SCHOOL PROGRAM

(Age 5-Grade 5) 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.


2008-2009 COUNTY AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
(CASA) PROGRAM

(Age 5-Grade 5) This year‘s theme,
―Around the
World in 183 Days‖, provides an opportunity to
explore geography, various cultures, create worldly
projects and learn different skills.
The Activity
Schedule also provides homework and snack time.
CASA follows the Loudoun County Public School
calendar.
The program begins when school ends and
runs until 6:00PM*. Please refer to registration procedures
listed below.


*(Lovettsville Community Center, Hutchison Farm,
Little River and Pinebrook run until 6:15PM.) Note:
AM Kindergarten parents will have to find alternate
care until the end of the regular school day.

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2008-2009 Before School Location

Little River Elementary


2008-2009 CASA Locations/Schools Served

Algonkian,
Arcola,
Ashburn, Balls Bluff, Belmont
Station, Catoctin, Cedar Lane, Cool Spring,
Countryside, Creighton‘s Corner, Dominion Trail,
Evergreen Mill, Forest Grove, Hamilton, Hillside,


School Entrance Health Form.


• A $45.00 non-refundable registration fee per family
per program.
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.

YOUTH SERVICES
& TEEN PROGRAMS
Horizon, Hutchison Farm, Leesburg, Legacy, Liberty,
Little River, Loudoun Valley Community Center
(Emerick, Lincoln), Lovettsville Community Center
(Lovettsville), Lowes Island, Meadowland, Mill Run,
Mountain View, Newton-Lee, Pinebrook, Potowmack,
Frances Hazel Reid, Rosa Lee Carter, Round Hill,
Sanders Corner, Selden‘s Landing, Steuart Weller,
Sully (Guilford, Sterling), Sycolin Creek,
Tolbert,
Waterford.


**Proposed Opening for 2009-2010: Kenneth
Culbert.

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, men-
set and make up design, and art forms, along with
local artists and professionals.
We will visit local
museums, theatres, and colleges specializing in these
careers.


414401-03 $20.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/13-7/17
10:00A- 3:00P


SPECIAL EVENTS


YOUTH FEST ‗09

Don‘t miss this year‘s YouthFest featuring Rock Band,


Wii, DDR, Climbing Wall, Food, & Much More! Local
Teen Bands & Dance Groups will perform 3PM-7PM.
Headliner takes the stage at 7:00PM. For details, go
to www. loudounteens.org!


Location: Belmont Country Club
Free event

Sa
6/27-6/27
3:00P-9:00P


ADAPTIVE
RECREATION
toring, special events and intramural competitions,


as well time for homework, relaxing, and socializing

2008-2009, 2009-2010 Fees

in a safe supervised environment. Students have the

Before School: $150/month/child; due by the 1st of

opportunity to help plan activities and are encouraged

the preceding month (8/1 for Sept., 9/1 for Oct., etc.)
to explore their interests.
YAS is operated in middle

703-737-8042

Call for pick-up and departure times.

CASA: $300/month/child; due by the 1st of the pre


schools and follows the Loudoun County Public

ceding month (8/1 for Sept., 9/1 for Oct., etc.)


School calendar.
The program begins when the final Serving individuals with disabilities.


Registration Fee: $45/household/program


2009-2010 REGISTRATION:
BEFORE SCHOOL & CASA

OPEN REGISTRATION
continues for any remaining
CASA slots on a first-come, first-served basis.
Registration must be done in person at the
PRCS administrative office. Monday- Friday, from
8:30A-5:30P. Please refer to registration procedures

bell rings and ends at 6:15 pm.
2009 - 2010 Fees $50/month


2009 - 2010 YAS Locations

Belmont Ridge, Blue Ridge, Eagle Ridge, Farmwell
Station, Harper Park, Mercer, River Bend, Seneca
Ridge, Smart‘s Mill


‖Enhancing Your Recreation Experience‖


For complete Adaptive Rec
Summer Camp information, pick
up a copy of the 2009 Summer
Camp Guide at PRCS centers and
parks, visit www.loudoun.gov/

camps, or call 703-737-8042.
SUMMER CAREER CAMPS 2009

listed below. (Age 5-Grade 5) Our ―SpaceQuest

INTEGRATION OPPORTUNITIES

For the first time, we‘re offering teens the opportunity

Academy‖ theme will provide children the opportu


to learn about specific careers, opportunities, and Individuals with
disabilities are entitled to recreation

nity to explore far regions of the universe. Children

will have fun with math and science by calculating

the distances between planets and discovering if

colleges in a summer career camp program!
opportunities.
Adaptive Recreation encourages its

participants to integrate into all Loudoun County

PRCS programs. Please call staff for any needed

there is life on Mars.
They can sharpen their reading ANIMAL CAREER CAMP

assistance or information.


and writing skills while working for the SpaceQuest

(Ages 14 - 18) The Animal Career Camp will address

Newspaper.
The Activity Schedule also provides

shelter positions, animal training, veterinary sessions,


homework and snack time. Enlist your children in

GENERAL INTEREST


animal care and control, wildlife specialists, zoological

SpaceQuest Academy today and they‘ll become

visits, aquariums, and visits to local colleges special-
SPECIAL RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD, INC.

SpaceQuest Cadets tomorrow! All locations must

izing in these careers.

have sufficient enrollment, staffing, and space before

a program can begin. For more information, call 703


Location: PRCS office.
Volunteers meet monthly to

414401-01 $20.00


discuss events, community awareness, fundraising

and sponsorships. Newcomers welcome. Please
contact Maria Auger. Brown bag lunch meeting.


737-8042 or visit www.loudoun.gov/casa.
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/10-8/14
10:00A- 3:00P


REGISTRATION PROCEDURES
Registration must be done in person at the PRCS
administrative office at 215 Depot Court in Leesburg.
A complete registration consists of:


• A Children‘s Program Division Registration form
and addendum.
You may download this form at www.
loudoun.gov/casa or pick one up at the PRCS main
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
SPORT CAREER CAMP

(Ages 14 - 18) The Sport and Nutrition Camp will
address, coaching, officiating, sports specialists,
camp management, CPR/1st Aid training, personal
fitness sessions, and sports marketing.
We will visit
local professional teams, professionals, and colleges
specializing in these types of careers.


414401-02 $20.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/24-8/28
10:00A- 3:00P


ARTS CAREER CAMP

(Ages 14 - 18) The Art and Design Camp will cover
fashion design, interior decorating, performing arts,


3nd
Tu
on-going
11:00 – 12:00A


ACE ADVENTURE

(Ages 18 & up, Level 1) Travel to West Virginia for
three action-packed days of fun and adventure including
white water rafting, an extended canopy tour
where you‘ll fly 50 feet above ground, and lounging
by the lake! We‘ll stay in ‗safari-style‘ group tents.
SRAB sponsored. Contact Caitlin Marcotte.


441712-01 $430.00

M,Tu,W
8/17-8/19
9:00A- 8:00P


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ARTS


VSA ARTS OF VIRGINIA-LOUDOUN COUNTY COMMITTEE
MEETINGS

Location: PRCS office.
Volunteers meet to plan future
events, workshops, community awareness opportunities,
& fundraising. New members welcome. Please
contact Jennifer Gibson.


4th M
on-going
5:45P-7:00P


MOVIE MADNESS

(Ages 15 & up,
All levels) Join us for lunch and a
movie matinee. Contact Jennifer Gibson.


441730-01 $19.00
Sa
6/27-6/27
11:00A- 4:30P
441730-02 $19.00
Sa
7/18-7/18
11:00A- 4:30P
441730-03 $19.00
Sa
8/15-8/15
11:00A- 4:30P


SPORTS


LOUDOUN COUNTY SPECIAL OLYMPICS
COMMITTEE MEETING

Location: PRCS office.
Volunteers, athletes, coaches,
committee members meet monthly. New members
should call Caitlin Marcotte for date, time and location.
SPARE TIME BOWLING

(Ages 13 & up,
All levels) Relax on a Friday afternoon
and bowl with us! This program teaches the basics
of the game, promotes socialization and community
awareness. Please bring money for snacks. Contact
Caitlin Marcotte.


441710-01 $16.50
F
6/19-6/19
2:45P- 5:00P
441710-02 $16.50
F
7/10-7/10
2:45P- 5:00P
441710-03 $16.50
F
7/24-7/24
2:45P- 5:00P
441710-04 $16.50
F
8/7-8/7
2:45P- 5:00P
441710-05 $16.50
F
8/21-8/21
2:45P- 5:00P


FREDERICK KEYS OVERNIGHTER

(Ages 14 & up, Level 1, 2) Watch the Frederick Keys
play Lynchburg in an exciting baseball game followed
by fireworks! We‘ll spend the night tent camping on
the outfield! Contact Caitlin Marcotte.


441711-01 $25.00
F,Sa
7/25-7/26
4:30P-10:00A


SCENIC BIKE RIDE

(Ages 14 & up, Levels 1, 2) Meet at the PRCS administration
building in Leesburg and take a leisurely bike
ride on the W&OD bike path. Bring lunch for a picnic!
Helmets required. Interested, but don‘t have a bike?
Contact Caitlin Marcotte.
441720-01 $7.00

Sa
8/22-8/22
9:00A-12:00P


NATIONALS BASEBALL

(Ages 18 & up, Levels 1, 2) Come with us to DC‘s
new baseball stadium and enjoy a Sunday afternoon
game! Cheer on the Nats as they play the Milwaukee
Brewers! Contact Jenn Gibson.


441721-01 $25.00
Su
8/23-8/23
10:30A- 5:30P


SPECIAL NEEDS STRENGTH AND CORE TRAINING

(Ages 15 & up) Instruction using free weights, cardio
machines, motor planning, activities and overall
strengthening. Call instructor, Marsha Cooper at
571-258-3400.


Location: Carver Center, Purcellville

430716-01 $48.00
W
7/8-8/26
5:00P- 5:45P
430716-02 $48.00
W
7/8-8/26
6:00P- 6:45P


CAMP PROGRAMS



For complete Summer Camp
information, pick up a copy of
the 2009 Summer Camp Guide
at PRCS centers and parks, visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps, or call
703-737-8042.

SPORTS PROGRAMS
ADULT & YOUTH
703-777-0343

ADULT SPORTS


For information about adult Badminton, Basketball,
Flag Football, Soccer, Softball, and Volleyball leagues,
call 703-737-8450 or 703-737-5211.


VINTAGE GOLF LEAGUE

(Ages 55 & up) Contact Dan.McNeil@loudoun.gov or
call 703-737-5211.


YOUTH SPORTS



For complete Youth Sports
Summer Camp information, pick
up a copy of the 2009 Summer
Camp Guide at PRCS centers and
parks, visit www.loudoun.gov/
camps, or call 703-777-0343.

BASKETBALL


LADY PANTHER BASKETBALL CAMP

(Entering Grades 6-12 Girls) Our girls‘ basketball

camp will provide instruction in all phases of basketball
concentrating on offensive and defensive
fundamentals. Covers ball handling skills, rebounding,
passing, defense and shooting techniques. Call 703-
777-0343.


Location: Potomac Falls HS, Sterling

721765-01 $75.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24
9:00A-12:00P
721765-02 $75.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24
1:00P- 4:00P
GOLF


STICKS FOR KIDS

(Ages 7-10) This introductory golf program provides
a complete introduction to golf to youngsters who
normally would not have the opportunity, No equipment
necessary.


Location: Brambelton Regional
721796-02 $75

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31
9:00A-12:00P


HOOK-A-KID-ON-GOLF

(Ages 8-12) This established program gives youngsters,
who otherwise would not have an opportunity,
a thorough introduction to the sport.
To be eligible,
children must have never played golf and must not
own a set of golf clubs. Participants will receive a set
of clubs, and more at completion of the program.


Location: Brambelton Regional
721796-01 $150.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7
8:30A-12:00P


MARTIAL ARTS


PROFESSIONAL MARTIAL ARTS ACADEMY SUMMER
KUNG-FU CAMP- FULL DAY

(Ages 6-18) PMAA Kung-Fu Fun Camps provide
children various activities to explore.
The program
includes daily kung fu training by World Wushu
Champion, Master BangJun Jiang. Other activities
include crafts and field trips to water parks, mini-golf,
bowling, movies, the zoo, museums and more! Call
703-777-0343.
Location: Professional Martial Arts Academy,

Sterling
721793-01 $30.00 activity fee all sections
721794-01
$210.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/22-6/26
8:30A- 5:00P
721794-02 $240.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/22-6/26
7:30A- 6:00P
721794-03 $210.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/29-7/3
8:30A- 5:00P
721794-04 $240.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/29-7/3
7:30A- 6:00P
721794-05 $210.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/6-7/10
8:30A- 5:00P
721794-06 $240.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/6-7/10
7:30A- 6:00P
721794-07 $210.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/13-7/17
8:30A- 5:00P


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721794-08 $240.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/13-7/17
7:30A- 6:00P
721794-09 $210.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24
8:30A- 5:00P
721794-10 $240.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24
7:30A- 6:00P
721794-11 $210.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31
8:30A- 5:00P
721794-12 $240.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31
7:30A- 6:00P
721794-13 $210.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7
8:30A- 5:00P
721794-14 $240.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7
7:30A- 6:00P
721794-15 $210.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/10-8/14
8:30A- 5:00P
721794-16 $240.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/10-8/14
7:30A- 6:00P
721794-17 $210.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/17-8/21
8:30A- 5:00P
721794-18 $240.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/17-8/21
7:30A- 6:00P
721794-19 $210.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/24-8/28
8:30A- 5:00P
721794-20 $240.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/24-8/28
7:30A- 6:00P
721794-21 $210.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/31-9/4
8:30A- 5:00P
721794-22 $240.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/31-9/4
7:30A- 6:00P


PROFESSIONAL MARTIAL ARTS ACADEMY
SUMMER KUNG-FU CAMP- HALF DAY

See above description.


721795-01 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/22-6/26
8:30A-12:30P


721795-02 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/22-6/26
12:30P- 5:00P


721795-03 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/29-7/3
8:30A-12:30P


721795-04 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/29-7/3
12:30P- 5:00P


721795-05 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/6-7/10
8:30A-12:30P


721795-06 $135.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/6-7/10
12:30P- 5:00P


721795-07 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/13-7/17
8:30A-12:30P


721795-08 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/13-7/17
12:30P- 5:00P


721795-09 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24
8:30A-12:30P


721795-10 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24
12:30P- 5:00P


721795-11 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31
8:30A-12:30P


721795-12 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31
12:30P- 5:00P


721795-13 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7
8:30A-12:30P
721795-14 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7
12:30P- 5:00P


721795-15 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/10-8/14
8:30A-12:30P


721795-16 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/10-8/14
12:30P- 5:00P


721795-17 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/17-8/21
8:30A-12:30P


721795-18 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/17-8/21
12:30P- 5:00P


721795-19 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/24-8/28
8:30A-12:30P


721795-20 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/24-8/28
12:30P- 5:00P


721795-21 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/31-9/4
8:30A-12:30P
721795-22 $135.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/31-9/4
12:30P- 5:00P


WRESTLING


FREEDOM WRESTLING CAMP

(Entering Grades 3-10 Boys) This camp is for beginners
and experienced wrestlers.
We will work from
neutral, bottom, and top positions and will have tournaments
throughout the week. Campers will learn a
wide spectrum of styles and techniques from our elite
coaching/wrestling staff.
They will also play games,
watch films, and learn a lot about the sport. Campers
must bring two pairs of wrestling clothes, running
shoes, wrestling shoes, headgear, and lunch daily.
Call 703-777-0343.


Location: Freedom HS, South Riding
721758-01 $100.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/29-7/3
9:00A- 4:00P


AQUATICS
PROGRAMS
FRANKLIN PARK POOL


17501 Franklin Park Drive
Purcellville,
VA 20132
540-338-7492 (Pool Season Only)
540-338-7603 (Park Office)
May 23-June 19*
M-F 4:00P-8:00P Sa, Su 11:00A-8:00P
June 20-September 7*
M-Su 11:00A-8:00P


* Hours subject to change
FEES*
Under 2
$1.50


(plastic training pants required)
Ages 2-17
$4.50
Ages 18-54
$5.00
Ages 55+
$4.50
After 6:00P
$2.00 (Ages 2 & up)


Discount Booklet (10 admissions)

Ages 2-17
$36.00
Ages 18-54
$40.00
Ages 55 & up
$36.00


Pool Passes (25 admissions)

Ages 2-17
$83.75
Ages 18-54
$93.75
Ages 55 & up
$83.75
*Advance admission sales end July 31.
*Non-county participants pay an additional 50%.


LOVETTSVILLE COMMUNITY
POOL


57 E. Broad Way
Lovettsville,
VA


540-822-5508 or 540-822-5284

May 23 – June 19
M-Th 4:00P-7:00P F 4:00P-6:30P
Sa, Su 12:00P-6:30P
Memorial Day 12:00P-6:30P
June 20 – Sept 7
M-Th 11:00A-7:00P F 11:00A-6:30P,
Sa, Su 12:00P-6:30P
July 4, Labor Day 12:00P-6:30P


FEES*

Under 2
$0.50
Ages 2-17
$3.50
Ages 18-54
$4.00
Ages 55+
$3.50


After 6:00P

Under 2 years
$0.50
Age 2 & older
$1.50


10-Admission Punch Card

Ages 18-54
$30.00


20-Admission Punch Card

Ages 2-17 & 55+
$50.00
*Non-county participants pay an additional 50%.


MIDDLEBURG COMMUNITY
POOL


300 Washington Street
Middleburg,
VA


540-687-5130

May 23- June 14
Weekends only
June 20 -August 23
M-Sa 11:00A-6:00P Su 12:00P-6:00P
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SPRING LAKES
COMMUNITY POOL


18351 Orchid Drive
Leesburg,
VA


703-777-0343

Private pool available only for
swimming lessons

GENERAL INFORMATION


POOL RENTALS

The Lovettsville Community Pool is available for
private parties on Friday, Saturday and Sundays from
7:00P-9:00P.
The reservation fee is $150 for groups
up to 75; 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 served basis.
Age restrictions apply for all rentals.
Please stop by the Lovettsville Community Center
office for reservation packet and information, or call
540-822-5284.


BIRTHDAY PARTIES AT FRANKLIN PARK POOL

Franklin Park Pool is available for birthday parties
Monday-Friday from 6:00P-8:00P.
The two-hour party
package includes admission for up to 20 participants,
including children and adults, tent rental, and a decorated
party table. It does not guarantee private use
of the facility or paper products.
The fee is $75 and
must be paid in full at the time of reservation.


BIRTHDAY PARTIES AT LOVETTSVILLE COMMUNITY
POOL

Make a splash with your friends by having your next
birthday party at the Lovettsville Pool.
Two-hour
packages are available for groups up to 20, including
children and adults.
The reservation fee of $60
includes tent rental, pool admission, and balloons. For
more information, stop by the office or email Barbara.
Sudduth@loudoun.gov.


SWIMMING LESSONS

PRCS Aquatics Programs is an authorized provider of
the American Red Cross Swimming and Water Safety


Program for infants, toddlers, school-age children,
and adults.


AMERICAN RED CROSS
PARENT & CHILD AqUATICS


PRESCHOOL AGE LESSONS

Classes developed for ages 6 mos - 5 years build
swimming readiness by emphasizing fun in the water
with guided practice sessions. Preschool lessons follow
a progression such as water entry, bubble blowing,
front kicking, back floating, underwater exploration,
and more.
Refer to charts for placement.

DUCKLINGS
Location: Franklin Park Pool

(Ages 6-36mos w/parent)
M,Tu,W,Th
$35.00
466100-01 6/8-6/11 2:00P- 2:30P
466100-02 6/15-6/18 1:00P- 1:30P
466100-03 6/15-6/18 2:30P- 3:00P
466100-04 6/22-6/25 8:30A- 9:00A
466100-05 6/22-6/25 10:30A- 11:00A
M,Tu,W,Th
$60.00
466100-06 7/6-7/16
10:30A-11:00A
466100-07 7/20-7/30
10:00A-10:30A
466100-08 8/3-8/13 9:30A-10:00A
Location: Middleburg Community Center

(18mos-3yrs w/parent)
Tu,W,Th
$45.00
408702-01 6/30-7/9
10:00A-10:30A
408702-02 7/14-7/23
10:00A-10:30A
408702-03 7/28-8/6
10:00A-10:30A


SWANS

(Ages 3-5 w/parent)


Location: Franklin Park Pool

M,Tu,W,Th
$35.00
466110-01 6/8-6/11 1:00P- 1:30P
466110-02 6/22-6/25 9:30A- 10:00A
M,Tu,W,Th
$60.00


466110-03 7/6-7/16
10:00A-10:30A
466110-04 7/20-7/30 9:30A-11:00A
466110-05 8/3-8/13
10:30A-11:00A
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool

428100-01 $50.00

M,Tu,W,Th
6/18-6/18 3:15P- 3:45P


428100-02 $50.00

Tu,Th
6/23-7/16 7:00P- 7:30P


SOLO SWANS
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool

M,Tu,W,Th,F
$50.00
428101-01 6/8-6/18 2:30P- 3:00P
428101-02 6/8-6/18 2:30P- 3:00P
428101-03 6/8-6/18 3:15P- 3:45P
428101-04 6/22-7/2
10:15A-10:45A
Location: Spring Lakes Community Pool

M,Tu,W,Th
$60.00
421110-01   6/22-7/2 9:30A-10:00A
421110-02   6/22-7/2 9:30A-10:00A
421110-03   7/6-7/16 9:30A-10:00A
421110-04   7/6-7/16 9:30A-10:00A
421110-05   7/20-7/30 9:30A-10:00A
421110-06   7/20-7/30 9:30A-10:00A


TURTLES
Location: Franklin Park Pool

M,Tu,W,Th,
$35.00
466130-01 6/8-6/11 1:30P- 2:00P
466130-02 6/8-6/11 2:30P- 3:00P
466130-03 6/15-6/18 1:00P- 1:30P
466130-04 6/15-6/18 2:00P- 2:30P
466130-05 6/15-6/18 3:00P- 3:30P
466130-06 6/22-6/25 9:00A- 9:30A
466130-07 6/22-6/25 10:00A- 10:30A
M,Tu,W,Th
$60.00
466130-08 7/6-7/16 8:30A- 9:00A
466130-09 7/6-7/16
10:00A-10:30A
466130-10 7/20-7/30 8:30A- 9:00A
466130-11 7/20-7/30 9:30A-10:00A
466130-12 7/20-7/30
10:30A-11:00A


Class Name
Age
Entry Requirements
Class Objective
Ducklings
6-36mos
Parent in water
Water adjustment, skill introduction
Swans
3-5 yrs
Parent in water
Water adjustment, skill introduction, water safety.
Solo Swans
3-5 yrs
Able to be in water
w/o parent, apprehensive
in water.
Child is comfortable in shallow water and has been introduced to basic
water
safety. Some stroke components introduced, like bubble blowing and arm
movement.
Turtles
3-5 yrs
Comfortable putting
face in water,
front kicking with
support.
Child has strengthened kicking on front and back with support. Basic
stroke
components are introduced but not combined. Child understands basic
safety
at pool.
Frogs
3-5 yrs
Able to submerge,
float/glide unaided.
Child is able to float, glide and kick in water without support.
Two stroke
components are combined, such as kicking and blowing bubbles. Child can
demonstrate safety at pool.


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466130-13 8/3-8/13 8:30A- 9:00A
466140-16 7/20-7/30
10:00A-10:30A
466200-14 8/3-8/13
10:00A-10:30A
466130-14 8/3-8/13
10:30A-11:00A
466140-17 7/20-7/30
10:30A-11:00A
466200-15 8/3-8/13
10:30A-11:00A
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool 466140-19 8/3-8/13 9:30A-10:00A
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool

M,Tu,W,Th
$50.00

M,Tu,W,Th
$50.00
466140-20 8/3-8/3
10:00A-10:30A


428102-01 6/8-6/18 1:00P- 1:30P
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool 428201-01 6/22-7/2 9:30A-10:00A
M,Tu,W,Th
$50.00
428201-02 6/22-7/2
10:15A-10:45A

428102-02 6/8-6/18 1:45P- 2:15P
428103-01 6/8-6/18 1:00P- 1:30P
428201-03 7/6-7/16
10:15A-10:45A

428102-03 6/8-6/18 1:45P- 2:15P
428103-02 7/6-7/16 8:00A- 8:30A
Location: Middleburg Community Pool

428102-04 6/22-7/2 8:00A- 8:30A


Tu,W,Th
$45.00

428103-03 7/6-7/16 8:45A- 9:15A

428102-05 6/22-7/2 8:45A- 9:15A
408704-01 6/30-7/9 9:20A- 9:50A

428103-04 7/20-7/30 8:00A- 8:30A

428102-06 6/22-7/2 9:30A-10:00A


408704-02 7/14-7/23 9:20A- 9:50A

428103-05 7/20-7/30 8:45A- 9:15A

428102-07 7/6-7/16 9:30A-10:00A


408704-03 7/28-8/6 9:20A- 9:50A

428102-08 7/6-7/16
10:15A-10:45A


Location: Spring Lakes Community Pool

CAMPER PRESCHOOL

428102-09 7/20-7/30 9:30A-10:00A


M,Tu,W,Th
$70.00

Location: Middleburg Community Center

428102-10 7/20-7/30
10:15A-10:45A


(Ages 3-5) Class for MCC Campers ONLY. Students
421209-01 6/22-7/2 8:15A- 8:55A


Location: Spring Lakes Community Pool

will learn elementary aquatic skills. Parents can drop
421209-02 6/22-7/2 8:15A- 8:55A

M,Tu,W,Th
$60.00


children off at the pool at 8:40. Staff will ensure they

421209-03 7/6-7/16 8:15A- 8:55A

421111-01 6/22-7/2 9:00A- 9:30A
are changed and escorted to camp.
421111-02 6/22-7/2 9:00A- 9:30A
Tu,W,Th
$25 w/camp registration


LEVEL 2

421111-03 7/6-7/16 9:00A- 9:30A
408703-01 6/30-7/9 8:40A- 9:10A


Location: Franklin Park Pool

421111-04 7/6-7/16 9:00A- 9:30A
408703-02 7/14-7/23 8:40A- 9:10A
M,Tu,W,Th
$60.00


421111-05 7/20-7/30 9:00A- 9:30A
408703-03 7/28-8/6 8:40A- 9:10A
466210-01 7/6-7/16 9:00A- 9:30A


421111-06 7/20-7/30 9:00A- 9:30A


466210-02 7/6-7/16 9:30A-10:00A
AMERICAN RED CROSS 466210-03 7/6-7/16
10:00A-10:30A


FROGS

ELEMENTARY AGE LESSONS 466210-04 7/6-7/16
10:30A-11:00A

Location: Franklin Park Pool

466210-05 7/20-7/30 9:00A- 9:30A

M,Tu,W,Th
$35.00
466210-06 7/20-7/30 9:30A-10:00A

466140-01 6/8-6/11 1:00P- 1:30P
LEVEL 1
466210-07 7/20-7/30
10:30A-11:00A

466140-02 6/8-6/11 2:00P- 2:30P
Location: Franklin Park Pool
M,Tu,W,Th
$35.00
466210-08 8/3-8/13 9:00A- 9:30A

466140-03 6/8-6/11 2:30P- 3:00P
466200-01 6/8-6/11 1:30P- 2:00P
466210-09 8/3-8/13
10:00A-10:30A

466140-04 6/8-6/11 3:00P- 3:30P
466200-02 6/8-6/11 3:00P- 3:30P
466210-10 8/3-8/13
10:30A-11:00A

466140-05 6/15-6/18 1:30P- 2:00P
466200-03 6/15-6/18 1:30P- 2:00P
Location: Lovettsville Community Center

466140-06 6/15-6/18 2:30P- 3:00P
466200-04 6/15-6/18 2:00P- 2:30P
M,Tu,W,Th
$50.00

466140-07 6/15-6/18 3:00P- 3:30P
466200-05 6/22-6/25 10:00A- 10:30A


428202-01 6/22-7/2 8:45A- 9:15A

466140-08 6/22-6/25 8:30A- 9:00A
M,Tu,W,Th
$60.00


428202-02 7/6-7/16 8:45A- 9:15A

466140-09 6/22-6/25 9:00A- 9:30A
466200-07 7/6-7/16 9:30A-10:00A


428202-03 7/6-7/16 9:30A-10:00A

466140-10 6/22-6/25 9:30A- 10:00A


466200-08 7/6-7/16
10:30A-11:00A
428202-04 7/20-7/30
10:15A-10:45A

466140-11 6/22-6/25
10:30A- 11:00A


Location: Middleburg Community Center
466200-09 7/20-7/30 9:00A- 9:30A

M,Tu,W,Th
$60.00


Tu,W,Th
$45.00

466200-10 7/20-7/30
10:00A-10:30A

466140-12 7/6-7/16 9:00A- 9:30A


408705-01 6/30-7/9 9:20A- 9:50A

466200-11 7/20-7/30
10:30A-11:00A

466140-13 7/6-7/16 9:30A-10:00A


408705-02 7/14-7/23 9:20A- 9:50A

466200-12 8/3-8/13 9:00A- 9:30A

466140-14 7/6-7/16
10:30A-11:00A


408705-03 7/28-8/6 9:20A- 9:50A

466200-13 8/3-8/13 9:30A-10:00A

466140-15 7/20-7/30 9:00A- 9:30A


Class Name
Age
Entry Requirement
Class Objective
Level 1
6-12 yrs
Ready to learn in group setting.
Child will be comfortable in shallow water, be introduced to swimming
and pool safety skills.
Level 2
6-12 yrs
Submerge for 5 seconds Kick on front
unaided with face in water
Child will develop locomotion skills and combine stroke components
on front and back. Child will learn pool safety skills.
Level 3
6-12 yrs
Swim unaided on front and back for 5
yards
Child will fully coordinate front and back crawl and learn breaststroke
& butterfly kick, diving. Child will be confident in pool
safety.
Level 4
6-12 yrs
Front & back crawl stroke for 15 yards.
Able to breathe to side with front crawl.
Child will be confident in 4 strokes, diving and water safety. Child
will coordinate surface dives.
Level 5
6-12 yrs
Front crawl and Backstroke 50 yards.
Breaststroke 25 yards
Child‘s strokes will be refined and endurance will be increased.
Child will learn flip turns and master water safety skills.


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Location: Spring Lakes Community Pool

M,Tu,W,Th
$70.00
421210-01 7/6-7/16 8:15A- 8:55A
421210-02 7/20-7/30 8:15A- 8:55A
421210-03 7/20-7/30 8:15A- 8:55A


LEVEL 3
Location: Franklin Park Pool

M,Tu,W,Th
$65.00
466220-01   7/6-7/16 9:00A- 9:45A
466220-02   7/6-7/16 9:45A-10:30A
466220-03   7/20-7/30 9:45A-10:30A
466220-04   8/3-8/13 9:00A- 9:45A
Location:   Lovettsville Community Center

M,Tu,W,Th
$50.00
428203-01 6/22-7/2 8:00A- 8:30A
428203-02 7/6-7/16 8:00A- 8:30A
428203-03 7/20-7/30 8:45A- 9:15A
428203-04 7/20-7/30 9:30A-10:00A
M,Tu,W,Th,F
$40.00
428203-05 8/3-8/7 9:30A-10:00A
428203-06 8/3-8/7
10:15A-10:45A
Location: Middleburg Community Pool

Tu,W,Th
$45.00
408706-01 6/30-7/9 8:00A- 8:30A
408706-02 7/14-7/23 8:00A- 8:30A
408706-03 7/28-8/6 8:00A- 8:30A


LEVEL 4
Location: Franklin Park Pool

M,Tu,W,Th
$65.00
466230-01 7/20-7/30 9:00A- 9:45A
466230-02 8/3-8/13 9:45A-10:30A
Location: Lovettsville Community Center

428204-01 $50.00

M,Tu,W,Th
7/20-7/30 8:00A- 8:30A
428204-03 $40.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7 8:45A- 9:15P


LEVEL 5
Location: Lovettsville Community Center
428205-01 $40.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7 8:00A- 8:30A


MCC CAMPERS LEVEL I/II

(Ages 6 and up) This will be a combined Level I/
II class for MCC Campers only. Parents can drop
children off at the pool at 8:40A and staff will ensure
they are changed and escorted to camp.


Tu,W,Th
$25.00/with camp registration
408701-01 6/30-7/9 8:40A- 9:10A
408701-02 7/14-7/23 8:40A- 9:10A
408701-03 7/28-8/6 8:40A- 9:10A


MULTI-AGE PROGRAMS


PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS

Private swim lessons are currently offered only at the
days and time listed below. Prices include four con-

BANSHEE REEKS
NATURE PRESERVE
BANSHEE REEKS NATURE PRESERVE 703-669-0316
21085 The Woods Rd.
Leesburg,
VA 20175


703-669-0316

Sa-Su 8:00A-4:00P
www.bansheereeks.org
Enjoy the beauty of Banshee Reeks, a 725-acre
nature preserve in the heart of Loudoun County! The
preserve consists of successional fields, hardwood
forests, wetlands and riverine habitat. Banshee Reeks
strives to protect the rich natural environment of
varied plant and animal populations within its borders.
This is a unique environment within Loudoun County
due to its size and habitat variation. Goose Creek, a
State Scenic River that encompasses abundant and
diverse wildlife and associated habitats, runs over
2 miles along the border of Banshee Reeks.
The
preserve is open to the public EVERY Saturday and
Sunday from 8:00A to 4:00P and to organized groups
that secure a permit for access from the Manager.


VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

The 3rd Saturday of each month beginning at
9:00AM, is Volunteer Day at Banshee Reeks.
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

Enjoy many of the miles of trails at Loudoun County‘s
only nature preserve. Bring the family. No registration
required.


BIRDING BANSHEE

(Ages 14 & up) Join the Friends of Banshee Reeks
and Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy for their guided
bird walks.
These free guided walks begin at 8AM
and are held on the 2nd Saturday of each month.
These walks provide both the beginner and experienced
birder a chance to see some spectacular birds.
Please 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 observe aspects
of the natural world that they have been studying
in the classroom.
These walkabouts can be used to
introduce your group to some of the special ecological
characteristics, historical resources and wildlife
habitats of the preserve. Fee is $2/person with a
minimum charge of $15.


CAMPING AT BANSHEE REEKS

Camping is allowed by special permit for organized
Scout groups only.
All camping is LNT (Leave No
Trace) and primitive. Campers must hike-in.
Toilets
and water are available. Cooking is done on stoves

secutive, one-on-one lessons. Friday is the make-up
day, if the pool is closed for weather.


Location: Franklin Park Pool

M,Tu,W,Th
$100.00
466712-01 6/8-6/11
12:00P-12:30P
466712-02 6/8-6/11
12:00P-12:30P
466712-03 6/8-6/11
12:30P- 1:00P
466712-04 6/8-6/11
12:30P- 1:00P
466712-05 6/15-6/18
12:00P-12:30P
466712-06 6/15-6/18
12:00P-12:30P
466712-07 6/15-6/18
12:30P- 1:00P
466712-08 6/15-6/18
12:30P- 1:00P
466712-09 6/22-6/25
12:00P-12:30P
466712-10 6/22-6/25
12:00P-12:30P
466712-11 6/22-6/25
12:30P- 1:00P
466712-12 6/22-6/25
12:30P- 1:00P
466712-13 6/29-7/2 8:30A-   9:00A
466712-14 6/29-7/2 8:30A-   9:00A
466712-15 6/29-7/2 9:00A-   9:30A
466712-16 6/29-7/2 9:00A-   9:30A
466712-17 6/29-7/2 9:30A-10:00A
466712-18 6/29-7/2 9:30A-10:00A
466712-19 6/29-7/2
10:00A-10:30A
466712-20 6/29-7/2
10:00A-10:30A
466712-21 6/29-7/2
10:30A-11:00A
466712-22 6/29-7/2
10:30A-11:00A
466712-23 8/17-8/20 8:30A- 9:00A
466712-24 8/17-8/20 8:30A- 9:00A
466712-25 8/17-8/20 9:00A- 9:30A
466712-26 8/17-8/20 9:00A- 9:30A
466712-27 8/17-8/20 9:30A-10:00A
466712-28 8/17-8/20 9:30A-10:00A
466712-29 8/17-8/20
10:00A-10:30A
466712-30 8/17-8/20
10:00A-10:30A
466712-31 8/17-8/20
10:30A-11:00A
466712-32 8/17-8/20
10:30A-11:00A


WATER WORKOUT

 (Ages 15 & up) A well-balanced and thorough water
exercise program. Punch cards available for purchase
in the community center office for 1- 10 classes.
Instructor: Barbara Talbott. No class 8/4.
Location: Lovettsville Community Pool
Pay at door $9/single class on punch card
M,W,F
6/22-8/21 9:30A-10:30A
Pay at door $9/single class on punch card
Tu,Th
6/23-8/20
7:00P-8:00P


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only. Fires are dependent on weather and ONLY
by permission of BRNP Manager. Fees are $2.50/
person/night with a minimum of $15/night. Call for
permit and camping policies.


PLAN YOUR NEXT RETREAT, TRAINING OR
SEMINAR AT BANSHEE!

The Education Annex at Banshee Reeks is the perfect
setting for your next retreat, seminar, meeting or
training intervention. It can accommodate up to 40
attendees with plenty of parking.
Amenities include
a digital projector, kitchenette, restroom and picnic
tables – all within the beautiful and tranquil surroundings
of Loudoun‘s only nature preserve. Call for
reservations.


SPECIAL EVENTS


BLUEGRASS PICKIN‘ PARTY

Spend the afternoon listening to great Bluegrass
music, or bring your instrument and pick/play with
other musicians from 12:00P-5:00P on Sunday, June

28. For more information, call Lucketts Community
Center at 703-771-5281.
BLUEMONT
COMMUNITY CENTER
20 High St
Round Hill,
Virginia 20141


540-338-4485

M-Th 7:00A-8:30P
F 7:00A-6:30P Sa 9:00A-1:00P


Supply & material fees are payable to the
instructor at the first class.


For complete Bluemont CC
Summer Camp information, pick
up a copy of the 2009 Summer
Camp Guide at PRCS centers and
parks, visit www.loudoun.gov/
camps, or call 540-338-4485.

CHILD CARE

(Ages 3 -5) Our full and half-time child care program
provides a safe, healthy learning environment. Full-
time $185/week; half-time $162/week or $140/week
depending on schedule. Call for space availability.


PRESCHOOL CLASSES FOR 09/10 SCHOOL YEAR

(Ages 2-5) We offer a nine-month program that
follows the Loudoun County school calendar.
The
State Department of Social Services requires proof
of age and current immunizations, and a child care
application form. Our program follows the National
Association for the Education of Young Children‘s
recommended Creative Curriculum Approach to
Learning. Call for availability in current year classes.


BEFORE & AFTER KINDERGARTEN

(Ages 4-6) We offer a state-licensed program that
follows the Loudoun County school calendar. Call for
current availability.


KIDS CLUB

(Ages 5-11) We offer state licensed after school care
for grades K-5.
This program follows the Loudoun
County School Calendar. Call for current availability.


PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS


T-REX & FRIENDS

(Ages 3-5) Discover and learn about the world of
dinosaurs. Bring a snack.
406110-01 $54.00 (+$3 supplies)
M,W,F
6/15-6/19
9:00A-12:00P


DINOSAURS - YOUNG REMBRANDTS
(Ages 3-5) Learn to draw various dinosaurs while
enjoying the fun our creatures offer. Bring a snack.
Instruction by Young Rembrandts.


406108-01 $54.00

Tu,Th
6/16-6/18
9:00A-11:00A


BUGS & BUTTERFLIES

(Ages 3-5) Learn all about bugs & butterflies. Bring
a snack.
406113-01 $54.00 (+$3 supplies)
M,W,F
6/22-6/26
9:00A-12:00P


TUMBLING TOTS

(Ages 3-4.5) Kids will roll, cartwheel, and flip. Class
includes balance beam, bars, and springboard exercises.
Instructor: Jennifer Cooke.


406106-01 $30.00

M
6/22-7/20
12:15P- 1:00P


BUGS - YOUNG REMBRANDTS

(Ages 3-5) Join us as we learn to draw bugs and
butterflies in their natural environment. Bring a snack.
Instruction by Young Rembrandts.


406109-01 $54.00

Tu,Th
6/23-6/25
9:00A-11:00A


RED, WHITE & BLUE

(Ages 3-5) Happy Fourth of July…celebrate
Independence Day with us! Bring a snack.
406107-01 $36.00 (+$2 supplies)
M,W
6/29-7/1
9:00A-12:00P


JULY 4TH - YOUNG REMBRANDTS

(Ages 3-5) Join us as we celebrate with drawings to
commemorate the birth of our country. Bring a snack.
Instruction by Young Rembrandts.


406111-01 $54.00

Tu,Th
6/30-7/2
9:00A-11:00A


T-BALL BASICS

(Ages 3-5) Learn the basics of T-ball at BCC.
Instructor: Katie Petersen.


406125-01 $14.00

Tu,Th
6/30-7/2
9:00A-10:00A


AHOY MATEYS!

(Ages 3-5) Learn about pirate ships and hidden treasures.
Bring a snack.
406112-01 $54.00 (+$3 supplies)
M,W,F
7/6-7/10
9:00A-12:00P


PIRATES - YOUNG REMBRANDTS

(Ages 3-5) Pirates,
sunken treasure,
parrots and more
will inspire us as we draw. Bring a snack. Instruction
by Young Rembrandts.


406114-01 $54.00
Tu,Th
7/7-7/9
9:00A-11:00A


KINDERTOTS THEME CLINICS

(Age 2) Toddlers explore their bodies and expand
their minds with gross motor development to familiar
songs and themed creative movement activities.
Instructor: Kinderdance of Loudoun.


406130-01 $25.00
Pajama Dance Party
Tu,Th
7/7-7/9
9:30A-10:00A
406103-02 $25.00
Christmas in July
Tu,Th
7/14-7/16
9:30A-10:00A
406103-03 $25.00
Surfin‘ USA
Tu,Th
7/21-7/23
9:30A-10:00A


406103-04 $25.00
Circus Under the Big Top
Tu,Th
7/28-7/30
9:30A-10:00A


KINDERMOTION THEME CLINICS

(Ages 3-4) Combines floor gymnastics with social and
gross motor development, physical fitness and movement
education. Instructor: Kinderdance of Loudoun.
406131-01 $30.00
Pajama Dance Party
Tu,Th
7/7-7/9
10:15A-11:00A
406131-02 $30.00
Christmas in July
Tu,Th
7/14-7/16
10:15A-11:00A
406131-03 $30.00
Surfin‘ USA
Tu,Th
7/21-7/23
10:15A-11:00A
406131-04 $30.00
Circus Under the Big Top
Tu,Th
7/28-7/30
10:15A-11:00A


LITTLE SHAKESPEARES

(Ages 3-5) Put your dramatic child‘s talents to use!
Kids work on scenes and skits with a performance
on the last day.


406116-01 $30.00

F
7/10-7/24
1:00P- 2:00P


INTO THE WILD

(Ages 3-5) Find out more about the animals in the
jungle. Bring a snack.
406101-01 $54.00 (+$3 supplies)
M,W,F
7/13-7/17
9:00A-12:00P


FUN & FOOTBALL

(Ages 3-5) Down, set, hike! Kids will throw, catch,
kick, and scrimmage in flag football. Instructor: Katie
Petersen.


406126-01 $14.00

Tu,Th
7/14-7/16
9:00A-10:00A


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JUNGLE ANIMALS - YOUNG REMBRANDTS

(Ages 3-5) We will imagine ourselves in the jungle as
we draw a variety of different animals. Bring a snack.
Instruction by Young Rembrandts.


406117-01 $54.00

Tu,Th
7/14-7/16
9:00A-11:00A


TRIP TO THE MOON

(Ages 3-5) Learn more about the planets and the
world of space. Bring a snack.
406115-01 $54.00 (+$3 supplies)
M,W,F
7/20-7/24
9:00A-12:00P


SPACE & PLANETS - YOUNG REMBRANDTS

(Ages 3-5) We‘ll explore space travel, as well as what
inhabits outer space! Bring a snack. Instruction by
Young Rembrandts.


406118-01 $54.00

Tu,Th
7/21-7/23
9:00A-11:00A


SPORTS SAMPLER

(Ages 3-5) Try a wide range of sports like soccer,
t-ball, football, basketball, and track and field.
Instructor: Katie Petersen.


406128-01 $14.00

Tu,Th
7/21-7/23
9:00A-10:00A
FAIRY PRINCESS

(Ages 3-5) Play princess for the week while enjoying
fun activities. Bring a snack.
406105-01 $54.00 (+$3 supplies)
M,W,F
7/27-7/31
9:00A-12:00P


PRINCESS - YOUNG REMBRANDTS

(Ages 3-5) Learn to draw beautiful fairy princesses
in creative settings. Explore your imagination. Bring a
snack. Instruction by Young Rembrandts.


406119-01 $54.00

Tu,Th
7/28-7/30
9:00A-11:00A


MUSIC LOVERS

(Ages 3-5) Enjoy making instruments while learning
about music. Bring a snack.
406124-01 $54.00 (+$3 supplies)
M,W,F
8/3-8/7
9:00A-12:00P


MUSIC - YOUNG REMBRANDTS

(Ages 3-5) Explore the world of music, including
the instruments that make music, while creating
original drawings. Bring a snack. Instruction by Young
Rembrandts.


406120-01 $54.00

Tu,Th
8/4-8/6
9:00A-11:00A


BCC BASKETBALL

(Ages 3-5) Shoot some hoops...we‘ll teach passing,
dribbling, and the basics. Instructor: Katie Petersen.
406127-01 $14.00

Tu,Th
8/4-8/6
9:00A-10:00A


UNDER THE SEA

(Ages 3-5) Explore life under the sea with songs,
stories and crafts. Bring a snack.
406103-01 $54.00 (+$3 supplies)
M,W,F
8/10-8/14
9:00A-12:00P


SEA CREATURES - YOUNG REMBRANDTS

(Ages 3-5) Join us as we explore a beautiful world of
fish and sea creatures. Bring a snack. Instruction by
Young Rembrandts.


406121-01 $54.00
Tu,Th
8/11-8/13
9:00A-11:00A
DANCE MIX

(Ages 3-5) Preschoolers will explore ballet, jazz, and
acro styles of dance. Instructor: Jennifer Cooke.
406122-01 $21.00
Sa
8/15-8/29
9:30A-10:30A


EXPLORE THE BEACH

(Ages 3-5) Enjoy fun activities with sand, bubbles and
more. Bring a snack.
406102-01 $54.00 (+$3 supplies)
M,W,F
8/17-8/21
9:00A-12:00P


FARM ANIMALS - YOUNG REMBRANDTS

(Ages 3-5) We will learn to draw a variety of animals
that live and play on our farm. Bring a snack.
Instruction by Young Rembrandts.


406123-01 $54.00

Tu,Th
8/18-8/20
9:00A-11:00A


TUMBLING TOTS II

(Ages 3-5) Learn balance and coordination while
tumbling & playing exercise games. Instructor: Kerry
Smith


406129-01 $18.00

M
8/17-8/31
5:00P-5:45P


RHYMING TYMES

(Ages 3-5) Children will learn nursery rhymes while
enjoying arts and crafts. Bring a snack.
406104-01 $54.00 (+$3 supplies)
M,W,F
8/24-8/28
9:00A-12:00P


ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS


BUGS - ANIMAL SCIENCE & ART

(Ages 6-11) We‘ll explore and create invertebrates
like dragonflies, caterpillars, and luna moths. Learn
about metamorphosis and more while hiking.
Instructor: Kitty Johnson.


406201-01 $52.50 (+$15 supplies)
Tu,W,Th
6/23-6/25
1:00P- 3:30P


ELEMENTARY FUN W/DRAWING

(Ages 6-11) Young Rembrandts‘ drawing method
teaches children to break down complex objects into
basic foundational shapes.


406202-01 $40.50
M,W,F
6/22-6/26
3:00P- 4:00P
406202-02 $27.00
M,W
6/29-7/1
3:00P- 4:00P
406202-03 $40.50
M,W,F
7/6-7/10
3:00P- 4:00P
406202-04 $40.50
M,W,F
7/13-7/17
3:00P- 4:00P
406202-05 $40.50
M,W,F
7/20-7/24
3:00P- 4:00P
406202-06 $40.50
M,W,F
7/27-7/31
3:00P- 4:00P
406202-07 $40.50
M,W,F
8/3-8/7
3:00P- 4:00P
406202-08 $40.50
M,W,F
8/10-8/14
3:00P- 4:00P
406202-09 $40.50
M,W,F
8/17-8/21
3:00P- 4:00P
406202-10 $40.50
M,W,F
8/24-8/28
3:00P- 4:00P
406202-11 $40.50
M,W,F
8/31-9/4
3:00P- 4:00P


ELEMENTARY CARTOONING

(Ages 6-11) Kids will develop a series of drawings to
tell a joke and convey moods, while having fun with
Young Rembrandts.


406203-01 $40.50

M,W,F
6/22-6/26
4:00P- 5:00P
406203-02 $27.00
M,W
6/29-7/1
4:00P- 5:00P


406203-03 $40.50

M,W,F
7/6-7/10
4:00P- 5:00P


406203-04 $40.50

M,W,F
7/13-7/17
4:00P- 5:00P


406203-05 $40.50

M,W,F
7/20-7/24
4:00P- 5:00P


406203-06 $40.50

M,W,F
7/27-7/31
4:00P- 5:00P


406203-07 $40.50

M,W,F
8/3-8/7
4:00P- 5:00P


406203-08 $40.50

M,W,F
8/10-8/14
4:00P- 5:00P
406203-09 $40.50

M,W,F
8/17-8/21
4:00P- 5:00P


406203-10 $40.50

M,W,F
8/24-8/28
4:00P- 5:00P


406203-11 $40.50

M,W,F
8/31-9/4
4:00P- 5:00P


INTRO TO GUITAR

(Ages 7-12) Lessons for beginner guitar to include
chords, melodies, & popular tunes. Instructor: Kerry
Smith.


406216-01 $21.00
M
6/22-7/6
5:45P- 6:45P


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LEVEL 1 GYMNASTICS

(Ages 4.5-10) True beginners can learn cartwheels,
handstands, springboard jumps, beam walks, and bar
flips. Instructor: Jennifer Cooke.


406204-01 $35.00

M
6/22-7/20
4:45P- 5:45P


LEVEL 2 GYMNASTICS

(Ages 4.5-10) Students continue working on cartwheels
and round-offs, beam skills, pull-overs, and
handspring vaults. Instructor: Jennifer Cooke.


406205-01 $35.00

M
6/22-7/20
5:45P- 6:45P


REPTILES - ANIMAL SCIENCE & ART

(Ages 6-11) What‘s the difference between a frog
and a toad? What poisonous snakes live in Loudoun?
We‘ll search for and create our own animals.
Instructor: Kitty Johnson.


406206-01 $35.00 (+$15 supplies)
Tu,Th
7/7-7/9
1:00P- 3:30P


KINDERMOTION THEME CLINICS

(Ages 5-6) Comines floor gymnastics with social and
gross motor development, physical fitness and movement
education. Instructor: Kinderdance of Loudoun.


406218-01 $30.00
Pajama Dance Party
Tu,Th
7/7-7/9
11:15A-12:00P
406218-02 $30.00
Christmas in July
Tu,Th
7/14-7/16
11:15A-12:00P
406218-03 $30.00
Surfin‘ USA
Tu,Th
7/21-7/23
11:15A-12:00P
406218-03 $30.00
Circus Under the Big Top
Tu,Th
7/28-7/30
11:15A-12:00P


KINDERGARTEN BOOT CAMP

(Ages 4.½-5) Covers kindergarten basics - alphabet
writing, numbers & math concepts, along with story
time etiquette. Must be age 5 by 9/30/09 and entering
Grade K. Bring a snack. Instructor: Kerry Bzdyk.


406219-01 $252.00
M,Tu,W,Th
7/13-7/30
9:00A-12:00P


BCC IRON CHEF

(Ages 6-12) Kids will create impromptu dishes with
our secret ingredient and without the kitchen appliances.


406207-01 $7.00 (+$5 supplies)
F
7/10-7/10
4:00P- 5:00P


THE DEEP BLUE SEA

(Ages 6-11) We‘ll explore and create things found
in and around the water, everything from crabs to
whales, pirate ships to mermaids. Instructor: Kitty
Johnson.
406208-01 $87.50 (+$15 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/13-7/17
1:00P- 3:30P


SKETCHING CHARCOAL

(Ages 6-12) Students will learn to use charcoal and

drawing techniques for art sketches. Instructor: Don
Stinnette.


406211-01 $14.00

Tu,Th
7/21-7/23
4:00P- 5:00P


ROCKIT ROBOT

(Ages 7-12) Build your own Rockit Robot while learning
about its many gears, circuit board, microphone,
and easy-to-assemble mechanical drive system.
Instructor: Sciensational Workshop.


406209-01 $120.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31
9:00A-12:00P


MAKE IT TAKE IT HOME

(Ages 6-11) Kids will make a wide assortment of toys
designed to teach science concepts in a hands-on
way. Instructor: Sciensational Workshop.


406210-01 $120.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31
12:30P- 3:30P


ECO-ART & WEARABLE ART

(Ages   6-11) We‘ll get creative and make art out of
every   day recyclable things.
Also,   create art you can
wear.   Instructor: Kitty Johnson.
406212-01 $87.50 (+$15 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31
1:00P- 3:30P


EARTH SCIENCE, WEATHER AND ART

(Ages 6-11) Create mountains, discover landforms,
and make pebble pictures.
We‘ll look at cloud formations
and create a ―stormscape.‖ Instructor: Kitty
Johnson.


406213-01 $35.00 (+$15 supplies)
Tu,Th
8/4-8/6
1:00P- 3:30P


DANCE SAMPLER

(Ages 5-12) Get a taste of ballet, jazz, Irish, and modern
dance before the school year starts.


406214-01 $31.50

Sa
8/15-8/29
10:30A-12:00P


MAMMALS - ANIMAL SCIENCE & ART

(Ages 6-11) We‘ll discover mammals and their
habitats while creating animals with natural and man-
made materials. Instructor: Kitty Johnson.


406215-01 $35.00 (+$15 supplies)
M,W,F
8/17-8/21
1:00P- 3:30P


BEGINNER GYMNASTICS

(Ages 5-12) End the summer with some flips on the
floor, vault, bars, & balance beam. Instructor: Kerry
Smith.
406217-01 $21.00
M
8/17-8/31
6:00P- 7:00P


MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL
AGE PROGRAMS


PROSE & POETRY PORTFOLIO

(Ages 14-18) Take your creative writing to the next

level by work-shopping with fellow authors, building
a portfolio, and learning how to get your work published.
Instructor: Jennifer Cooke.


406401-01 $28.00
M,W
8/10-8/19
7:00P- 8:00P


CREATIVE ARTS CAMP

(Ages 11-14) Explore your creative side with writing,
paintings, crafts, and art projects!
406301-01 $42.00
M,W,F
8/17-8/21
1:30P- 3:30P


ADULT PROGRAMS


GET FIT WITH LINDA

(Ages 18 & up) On-going workout includes stretching,
aerobics and mat work. Instructor: Linda Sapp.


406501-01 $56.00

M,W,F
6/15-7/1
9:15A-10:15A


FUN WITH PASTELS
(Ages 18 & up) With Young Rembrandts‘ step-by-step
drawing method, we‘ll investigate, use, and work with
chalk pastels.


406502-01 $40.50 (+$5 supplies)
Th
6/18-6/25
7:00P- 8:30P
406502-02 $81.00 (+$5 supplies)
Th
7/2-7/23
7:00P- 8:30P
406502-03 $81.00 (+$5 supplies)
Th
8/6-8/27
7:00P- 8:30P


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
W
7/1-7/22
7:00P- 8:30P
406505-02 $40.00
W
8/5-8/26
7:00P- 8:30P


BEGINNER OIL PAINTING

(Ages 18 & up) Learn the elements of oil painting
without fear.. Students must provide own canvas, oil
paint & brushes. Instructor: Judith Thompson.


406506-01 $40.00

M
7/6-7/27
6:30P- 8:00P


406506-02 $40.00

M
8/3-8/24
6:30P- 8:00P


ZUMBA

(Ages 18 & up) Zumba is an aerobic Latin inspired
dance step that provides a party atmosphere and
total body workout. Instructor: Mary Ann Wall.


406503-01 $28.00
M
7/6-7/27
7:00P- 8:00P
406503-02 $28.00
M
8/3-8/31
7:00P-8:00P


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MULTI-AGE PROGRAMS


LEVEL 3 GYMNASTICS

(Ages 6-14) Work on handsprings, cartwheels on
the beam, vault and hip circles on the bar. Instructor:
Jennifer Cooke.


406702-01 $52.50
M
6/22-7/20
6:45P- 8:15P


EVENING YOGA

(Ages 13 & up) Relax. Enjoy this ancient exercise art.


406703-01 $70.00
W
7/1-7/29
6:15P-7:45P
406703-02 $56.00
W
8/5-8/26
6:15P-7:45P


YOUTH FITNESS FUN

(Ages 8-13) Through fun exercises, kids will learn
balance, coordination, flexibility, and endurance, along
with nutritional tips. Instructor:
Alyson Browett.


406704-01 $42.00
Tu
7/7-7/28
3:30P- 5:30P


BACK HANDSPRING CLINIC

(Ages 6-18) For gymnasts and cheerleaders alike,
learn or polish back handspring and connect it to
round-offs and back tucks. Instructor: Jennifer Cooke.
406701-01 $14.00

Sa
7/18-7/18
9:30A-11:30A


SOCCER SKILLS REFRESHER

(Ages 8-13) Brush up on your dribbling, passing, and
shooting skills before the Fall soccer season begins.
Instructor:
Alyson Browett.


406705-01 $52.50
Sa
8/15-8/15
9:00A- 2:00P


CARVER
CENTER
200 Willie Palmer Way
Purcellville,
VA 20132


571-258-3400

M-F 9:00A- 4:00P (Seniors)
M-F 4:00P-9:00P & Sa 9:00A-6:00P (All ages)


DROP-IN   FEES
Ages 55   & up (members)
Free
Ages 55   & up (non-member)
$1.00
Ages 17   & under
$1.50


Ages 18-54
$2.00/limited, $3.00/full access


Supply & material fees are due to the instructor
at the first class. Please check the Center
Calendar for updated class information.

EDUCATION & INFORMATION
PROGRAMS
CARVER‘S VICTORY GARDEN

(Ages 15 & up) A step-by-step approach to planting
and maintaining a small but productive vegetable

garden. Instructor: Clark Griffith


430704-01 $36.00

M
6/15-7/20
6:00P- 7:00P


ESL TUTORING GROUP

(Ages 16 & up) English as a Second Language. Cost
includes textbook.


430711-01 $40.00

F
7/10-8/28
6:30P- 8:30P


CHESS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

(Ages 6-12) Players will be honed in the fundamentals
of chess, taught master tricks and tactics
and various ways of looking at the board. Instructor:
Herky Del Mundo.


430708-01 $40.00

M
6/22-7/27
3:00P- 4:00P


430708-02 $40.00

M
8/3-9/14
3:00P- 4:00P


CHESS CLUB
(All ages) Popular club for all ages and ability levels.
Pay at door $2.00, $1.50/under 18
Th
on-going
6:00P-9:00P


S on-going 3:00P-6:00P

COMPUTER LAB

(Ages 18 & up) Call ahead for availability.
Pay at door $3.00
Ages 55 & up
M-F
on-going
9:00A-4:00P
Pay at door $3.00
Ages 18 & up
M-F
on-going
4:00P-9:00P
Sa
on-going
9:00A-6:00P


BOOK CLUB

(Ages 18 & up) Monthly book discussions.


3rd


Tu
on-going
10:30A-12:00P


CARVER CENTER ADVISORY BOARD

(Ages 18 & up) Help make suggestions for programs,
projects, activities and events.
1st
Tu
on-going
1:00P


FRIENDS OF CARVER MEETING

(Ages 18 & up) Join this active group as they continue
their efforts to preserve and enhance
our wonderful facility.
2nd
Tu
on-going
1:00P


FINE & APPLIED ARTS


 EGYPTIAN DRAWING CLASS

(Ages 6-12) Create drawings filled with artifacts and
Egyptian imagery using markers, colored pencils,
sharpies and pastel chalk. Instructor: Helene Davis


430710-01 $81.00

Tu,W,Th,F
7/7-7/10
3:00P- 4:30P


MONSTER CARTOON DRAWING CLASS

(Ages 6-12) Draw inventive, original and playful
monsters using a variety of basic cartoon techniques
in pencil, colored pencils, markers and sharpies.
Instructor: Helene Davis


430712-01 $81.00

Tu,W,Th,F
7/14-7/17
3:00P- 4:30P


SILK SCARF MAKING

(Ages 10 & up) Design and dye a lovely silk scarf.
Instructor Betty O‘Mara.
430713-01 $6.00 (+$5 materials)
W
7/22-7/22
3:00P- 4:30P
430713-02 $6.00 (+$5 materials)
W
8/5-8/5
3:00P- 4:30P


HANDWORK GROUP
(Ages 18 & up) Bring a project (knitting, crocheting,
quilting, embroidery, etc.) and chat with friends while
you work.


Tu
on-going
7:00P-9:00P


LOUDOUN SKETCH CLUB

(Ages 18 & up) Group meets outdoors for self-directed
projects during warm weather months and indoors
in cooler months. Purchase own materials. Call Jean
Kipfer at 540-751-9200.


$20/annual membership
Tu
on-going
10:00A-1:00P


BEGINNING WATERCOLOR GROUP (Drop-in)

(Ages 18 & up) Basic watercolors with Jean Kipfer.


Pay at door $3.00

Th
on-going
12:30P-2:30P


HEALTH & FITNESS
PROGRAMS


BEGINNING TAI CHI FOR CHILDREN

(Ages 8-13) Slow motion routines practiced in a
group to promote strength, balance and flexibility.
Instructor:
Trudy Weaver.


430719-01 $60.00

Sa
6/20-8/1
9:15A-10:15A
TAI CHI PART III

(Ages 16 & up) Slow motion routines practiced in
a group to promote strength, balance and flexibility.
New students welcome. Instructor:
Trudy Weaver.


430720-01 $65.00

F
6/5-7/31
5:30P- 6:30P


SUMMER FUSION WORK-OUT

(Ages 16 & up) Custom workout combining yoga-
based stretches, simple dance-like routines to upbeat
tunes, and some restorative yoga. Instructor:
Faith Cooper.


430718-01 $36.00

M
7/20-8/24
3:00P- 4:00P


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YOGA FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

(Ages 12-18) Please bring blanket or mat.
All other
props provided by certified instructor, Rae Bielak.


430721-01 $60.00

M
6/29-8/3
4:30P- 5:30P


YOGA FOR BALANCING DEPRESSION

(Ages 18 & up) Please bring blanket and/or mat.
Other props provided by certified instructor, Rae

Bielak.
430709-01 $90.00
Tu
6/30-8/4
7:30P- 8:45P
KICKBOXING

(Ages 12 & up) A terrific workout! Instructor: Mahesh
Pathirana.


430707-01 $66.00

Sa
6/6-8/22
10:30A-11:30A


ZUMBA

(Ages 16 & up) Latin dance inspired aerobic exercise
class. Instructor: Mary Ann Wall.


430701-01 $45.00

Tu
6/16-7/21
6:30P- 7:30P


430701-02 $45.00
Tu
7/28-9/1
6:30P- 7:30P


430701-03 $45.00

Th
6/18-7/23
7:00P- 8:00P


430701-04 $45.00

Th
7/30-9/3
7:00P- 8:00P


FITNESS CENTER MEMBERSHIPS

Full use of the fitness center and state-of-the-art
equipment. Get in shape, stay healthy!
Drop-in fee (Ages 16-54)
$3.00
6-Months (Ages 16-54)
$52.00
12-Months (Ages 16-54)
$104.00
M-F
9:00A-4:00P
Ages 55 & up
M-F
4:00P-9:00P
Ages 16 & up
Sa
9:00A-6:00P
Ages 16 & up


DANCE PROGRAMS


INTRODUCTORY DANCE

(Ages 6-9) Students will develop a basic dance/
movement vocabulary. Barre, positions, floor movement
and FUN! Instructor: Faith Cooper.


430703-01 $36.00
M
6/1-7/6
4:30P- 5:15P
430703-02 $36.00
M
7/13-8/17
4:30P- 5:15P


SQUARE DANCING

(Ages 16 & up) The square dance, an American institution,
is not difficult and can be enjoyed by young
and old alike.


430717-01 $10.00

F
6/5-6/5
7:00P- 9:00P


430717-02 $10.00

F
7/10-7/10
7:00P- 9:00P
430717-03 $10.00
F
8/14-8/14
7:00P- 9:00P


BALLROOM DANCE SOCIAL

(Ages 16 & up) NADTA certified instructor: Jason
Conrad.
Pay at door $10.00/person, $25/family
F
6/26, 7/24, 8/28
7:00P-10:00P


INTERMEDIATE LINE DANCE (Drop-in)

(Ages 16 & up) Work your body and mind! Instructor:
Arlene Anderson.
Pay at door $3.00/class
W
on-going
6:00P-7:00P


SOCIALIZING &
ENTERTAINMENT
POOL ANYONE?

(Ages 18 & up) Enjoy honing your skills alone or some
friendly competition.


Pay at door $2.00
M-F
on-going
4:00P-9:00P
Sa
on-going
9:00A-6:00P


POTLUCK DINNER AND WHITE ELEPHANT BINGO

(All ages) Bring a covered dish and small wrapped
bingo prize for a fun evening with friends and neighbors.


4th
W


on-going
5:00P-6:30P


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-Dusk



For complete Claude Moore Park
Summer Camp information, pick
up a copy of the 2009 Summer
Camp Guide at PRCS centers and
parks, visit www.loudoun.gov/
camps, or call 571-258-3700.
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.

PARENT/CHILD CLASSES

PARK PALS

(Ages 2-4) Discover the outdoors with your grown-up
pal. See a bird, meet a beetle, visit a forest and more,
while focusing on monthly nature themes. No unregistered
siblings please.


461118-01 $7.00
Butterflies and Caterpillars
F
6/19-6/19
10:00A-11:00A
461118-02 $7.00
Birds
F
7/17-7/17
10:00A-11:00A
461118-03 $7.00
Animal Friends
F
8/21-8/21
10:00A-11:00A


DROP-OFF CLASSES

BUZZ ON BEES & BUGS

(Ages 3-6) Catch and release many kinds of insects
in the meadows and woods and explore their amazing
lives.


461120-01 $10.50

M
6/29-6/29
9:30A-11:00A


ANIMAL CHANGERS

(Ages 3-6) Search for frogs, toads, caterpillars and
butterflies. Enjoy a story and a critter craft.


461122-01 $10.50

M
7/13-7/13
9:30A-11:00A


TRICKY TRACKS

(Ages 3-6) Follow deer tracks and other traces animals
leave behind. Make a craft.


461124-01 $10.50

M
8/17-8/17
9:30A-11:00A


ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS


BE NICE AND PLAY PHARAOH

(Ages 5-9) Explore the importance of animals and
plants in Egyptian culture, experience the art of hieroglyphics
and nature in their every day lives.


461220-01 $10.50

F
7/10-7/10
10:30A-12:00P


PHOTO FUN IN THE SUN

(Ages 6-10) Explore basic photography and capture
the beauty of our park‘s natural and historic sights.
Disposable cameras provided.


461222-01 $12.50
W
8/19-8/19
10:30A-12:00P


CAMPFIRES, HIKES &
INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS


For all of the following programs, children MUST be
accompanied by an adult. Some programs require
a minimum number of participants. Please call to
register when noted.

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HANDS-ON DISCOVERY ROOM

(All ages) Explore the displays, meet the turtles, and
make a craft in the Visitor Center Discovery Room.


Free event
F
7/17-7/17
1:00P- 3:00P
Free event
M
8/24-8/24
1:00P- 3:00P


FROGSHACKLE OPEN HOUSE

(All ages) Discover a treasure trove of objects from
nature!


Free event

Th
6/18-6/18
3:00P- 4:30P


Free event

M
7/13-7/13
1:00P- 2:30P


Free event

M
8/17-8/17
10:30A-12:00P


STARRY, STARRY NIGHT

(All ages) Connect with the cosmos! Create a starry
craft then look at the stars and find the constellations.
Call to register.


Pay at door $4.00
F
6/19-6/19
8:30P-10:00P


LANESVILLE OPEN HOUSE

(All ages) Discover the history of this National Register
of Historic Places listed property.


Free event

Sa
7/18-7/18
10:00A-12:00P


Free event

Sa
8/22-8/22
10:00A-12:00P


BIRDS: FLYING & FEEDING

(Ages 3 & up) Walk the trails to identify birds and
listen to their songs. Make a feeder.
Call to register.


Pay at door $4.00

Sa
6/27-6/27
9:30A-11:00A


HOOT FOR AN OWL CAMPFIRE

(All ages) Discover the calls, the amazing sight and
hearing and more about these incredible birds.
Toast
marshmallows (provided). Bring a toasting stick.
Call
to register.


Pay at door $4.00

Sa
7/11-7/11
7:00P- 8:30P


FIREFLY FUN HIKE

(All ages) Explore these insects that glow! Bring a jar
to catch (and release) them on the trails and a flashlight
for ―firefly tag.‖
Call to register.


Pay at door $4.00

W
7/15-7/15
7:30P- 8:30P


THIS ONE‘S FOR THE BIRDS

(All ages) Explore the lives of water birds like ducks,
geese and herons. Bring binoculars to check out the
birds, other wildlife and ecology of the pond.
Call to
register.


Pay at door $4.00

Sa
7/25-7/25
9:00A-10:30A


NATURE AT SUNDOWN HIKE

(All ages) As the sun sets, different animals come out.
Spot bats, identify insects and other night animals
during this walk No flashlights.
Call to register.


Pay at door $4.00

Sa
7/25-7/25
8:00P- 9:30P


GOING BATTY TWILIGHT CAMPFIRE

(Ages 6 & up) Bats use sound not sight to find their
insect prey. Discover bats‘ unique traits on a walk
then roast marshmallows (provided). Bring a toasting
stick.
Call to register.


Pay at door $4.00

Sa
8/8-8/8
7:15P- 8:45P


MOORE ON FEATHERS

(All ages) Discover how birds fly, what they eat and
hike to observe them in their natural habitat. Bring a
picnic lunch.
Call to register.


Pay at door $4.00

M
8/10-8/10
10:30A-12:00P


DAZZLING DRAGONFLIES

(All ages) Dragonflies are dazzling in their flight and
beautiful colors. Search for these amazing carnivorous
insects. Bring binoculars if you have them.
Call
to register.


Pay at door $4.00

Sa
8/15-8/15
10:00A-11:30A


BUG BONANZA

(Ages 3 & up) Find out what makes a bug a bug. Sing
a song, make a bug craft, then hunt for wild ones.
Call to register.


Pay at door $4.00

Sa
8/22-8/22
10:00A-11:30A
NIGHT SOUNDS CAMPFIRE

(All ages) Discover the sounds from toads, insects
and more through stories and songs. Make animal
noise makers.
Toast marshmallows (supplied). Bring a
toasting stick.
Call to register.


Pay at door $4.00

Sa
8/22-8/22
7:30P- 9:00P


SEEKING DEER AT SUNSET

(All ages) Deer are most active at sunrise and sunset.
Search for deer on a hike through their habitat and
discover how they survive. Play a game.
Call to
register.


Pay at door $4.00

W
8/26-8/26
6:00P- 7:30P


JUNIOR RANGER PROGRAM

(Ages 6 and 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
6/16-8/31
9:00A- 5:00P


NATURE BIRTHDAY PARTY

(Ages 4 & up) Celebrate your birthday at CMP. Choose
a theme from Turtles, Nature Safari and others, for
both older and younger children. Call to schedule.
Call ahead $90.00

Days vary
6/16-8/31
10:00A- 5:00P


GUIDED NATURE OR HISTORY HIKES

(All ages) Group hikes on a variety of topics. Call for
information and to schedule.
Call ahead $3.50/person
Days vary
6/16-8/31
10:00A- 5:00P


CAMPFIRE PROGRAMS

(All ages) Gather around the campfire our naturalist
builds to enjoy a nature program including stories,
songs and toasting marshmallows. Call for information
and to schedule.


Call ahead Fees vary
Days vary
6/16-8/31
10:00A- 9:00P


CLAUDE MOORE
COMMUNITY CENTER
46111 Loudoun Park Lane
Sterling,
Virginia 20164


571-258-3500

Supply & material fees are payable to the
instructor at the first class.


For complete Claude Moore CC
Summer Camp information, pick
up a copy of the 2009 Summer
Camp Guide at PRCS centers and
parks, visit www.loudoun.gov/
camps, or call 571-258-3500.

PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS
BUSY LITTLE BEES

(Ages 2-3) With a special theme, children play with
their friends, create unique art activities, and have
story time. Parent participation required. Instructor:
Sharon Hunter.


410101-01 $27.00 (+$7.00 supplies)
M,Tu,W
6/15-6/17
9:30A-10:15A
410101-02 $27.00 (+$7.00 supplies)
M,Tu,W
6/15-6/17
10:30A-11:15A


MUSIC TOGETHER

(Ages Birth-4) Music Together develops children‘s
love of music through a research based, developmentally
appropriate early childhood music curriculum for
parents, children and primary care givers.


410102-01 $90.00 (+36.00 supplies)
Tu
7/7-8/11
3:00P- 3:45P
410102-02 $90.00 (+36.00 supplies)
Tu
7/7-8/11
4:00P- 4:45P

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TINY TOES IRISH DANCING KINDERGYM art, games, music dance and more!
Register in per(
Ages 4-6) Students will learn basic steps, dancing (Ages 5-6) See
description for Ages 3-4.
son at our center.
with a partner to the sound of Celtic music.
There will

410157-01 $30.00 610120-03 $85.00

be a small performance at the end of the session.


Tu,Th
7/7-7/9
11:45A-12:30P
M,W
9/9-9/30
9:00A-10:30A

Instructor: Cathleen Koplets.


410157-02 $30.00 610121-03 $85.00

410103-01 $75.00

Tu,Th
7/14-7/16
11:45A-12:30P
M,W
9/9-9/30
11:00A-12:30P

W
6/24-7/29
3:00P- 3:45P


410157-03 $30.00 610122-03 $85.00

Tu,Th
7/21-7/23
11:45A-12:30P
Tu,Th
9/8-9/29
9:00A-10:30A

JR. REMEMBRANDTS DRAWING CLASS

410157-04 $30.00 610123-03 $85.00
(Ages 3-5) We‘ll concentrate on the skills of drawing

and coloring while we develop fine motor skills, focus,
Tu,Th
7/28-7/30
11:45A-12:30P
Tu,Th
9/8-9/29
11:00A-12:30P
listening, staying on task, patience and spatial organi-410157-05 $30.00
zation. Instruction by Young Rembrandts.


Tu,Th
8/4-8/6
11:45A-12:30P
DIETRICH‘S NINJA ADVENTURE CAMP
410104-01 $81.00 410157-06 $30.00 (Ages 3-5) This unique developmental
program
Tu
7/7-8/11
3:00P- 4:00P
combines techniques and strategies from martial arts,


Tu,Th
8/11-8/13
11:45A-12:30P


fitness, and play therapy.
Your Ninja will work on lis


410157-07 $30.00

tening and discipline skills to prepare for elementary

KINDERTOTS

Tu,Th
8/18-8/20
11:45A-12:30P
school and develop self esteem.

(Age 2) Toddlers explore their bodies and expand

610124-01 $225.00

their minds with gross motor development to familiar
songs and theme- related movement activities.
SCOTTISH HIGHLAND DANCE M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/29-7/2
9:30A-12:00P
Instruction by Kinderdance.
(Ages 3-6) Learn the basic movements and positions
of the Scottish Highland Dance and start to learn the

410155-01 $25.00


ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS

associated vocabulary.


Tu,Th
7/7-7/9
10:00A-10:30A


410204-01 $55.00

SILLY SUNGLASSES DAY

410155-02 $25.00


Tu
6/23-7/28
3:00P- 3:45P
(Ages 4 & up) Enjoy the afternoon designing your

Tu,Th
7/14-7/16
10:00A-10:30A


own silly sunglasses to take home and enjoy wearing.
410155-03 $25.00
Summer activities will follow.
All materials included.


STORY BALLET

Tu,Th
7/21-7/23
10:00A-10:30A
410200-01 $8.00

(Ages 3-6) We will follow a basic creative movement
410155-04 $25.00
syllabus with a story and choreography at the end of W
7/1-7/1
4:30P- 5:30P
Tu,Th
7/28-7/30
10:00A-10:30A
class. Emotion and emoting will be developed and

encouraged.


410155-05 $25.00
BUTTERFLY JUICE PARTY
Tu,Th
8/4-8/6
10:00A-10:30A
410206-01 $55.00 (Ages 6-12) Have an afternoon of fun with a butterfly-
Sa
6/20-8/1
9:30A-10:45A
theme party including juice, treats and lots of butterfly

410155-06 $25.00


crafts and activities.
All materials included.


Tu,Th
8/11-8/13
10:00A-10:30A


410201-01 $10.00

DIETRICHS NINJAS

410155-07 $25.00


(Ages 3-5) We work on weekly skills that will teach W
7/8-7/8
4:30P- 5:30P

Tu,Th
8/18-8/22
10:00A-10:30A


kids the listening and discipline skills they need.
The
life skills taught will keep them safe and build self

COME FLY WITH ME

KINDERGYM esteem.
(Ages 4 & up) Assemble and decorate you own

(Ages 3-4) Combines floor gymnastics with social and

410209-01 $120.00
wooden airplane. See which one flies the farthest,


gross motor development, physical fitness and move-

Sa
6/20-8/17
11:00A-11:30A
fastest, smoothest, etc.


ment education.
Theme-related activities enhance

410202-01 $8.00

pre-academic learning of number, colors, shapes, and
cords. Instruction by Kinderdance.
CHRISTMAS IN JULY Tu
8/4-8/4
4:30P-5:30P
(Ages 3-4) Get out those stockings and dust off that

410156-01 $30.00

sleigh - It‘s Christmas in July and we are ready to

Tu,Th
7/7-7/9
10:45A-11:30A
MAKE MINE RAINBOW

PLAY! A week of crafts, cooking, and singing centered

(Ages 4 & up) Have a rainbow kind of a day. Rainbow

410156-02 $30.00

around Christmas!


fun galore for everyone to enjoy!


Tu,Th
7/14-7/16
10:45A-11:30A
610107-01 $90.00 (+$10 supplies)


410203-01 $8.00

410156-03 $30.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24
9:00A-12:00P


W
7/22-7/22
4:30P- 5:30P

Tu,Th
7/21-7/23
10:45A-11:30A


410156-04 $30.00

THREE LITTLE PIGS AND MORE

SCOTTISH HIGHLAND DANCE

Tu,Th
7/28-7/30
10:45A-11:30A
(Ages 4-5) Explore a week of stories on the number

(Ages 7-12) See description for Ages 3-6.


410156-05 $30.00 three such as The Three Little Pigs,
Three Billy Goats

410205-01 $55.00

Gruff, and others. Please pack a snack, drink and

Tu,Th
8/4-8/6
10:45A-11:30A


lunch.
Tu
6/23-7/28
4:00P- 4:45P
410156-06 $30.00

610114-01 $100.00

Tu,Th
8/11-8/13
10:45A-11:30A


M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/29-7/2
9:00A- 2:00P
COME SCRAP WITH ME

410156-07 $30.00

(Ages 5 & up) Be creative, use your imagination, and
Tu,Th
8/18-8/20
10:45A-11:30A
have fun! Bring 10 -12 pictures or photographs for

MY FIRST PRESCHOOL

your memory scrapbook. Scrapbook provided.


(Ages 2-2 ½) Your child‘s first preschool class is a
unique experience with books, songs, socialization,


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410207-01 $30.00 (+$7 supplies)
W
7/8-7/29
10:00A-11:00A


TOTALLY PAINT/CLAY

(Ages 4 & up) A fun filled class with paint and clay
projects to enjoy and stimulate your creative imagination.


410208-01 $8.00

W
6/24-6/24
4:30P- 5:30P


JR MONSTER CARTOON CAMP

(Ages 5-7) Learn to draw wild faces, exaggerated
features, and scary bodies.
The monster under the
bed, in the closet, and more will appear, along with
some original characters! Pencils, color pencils,
markers, and Sharpies are used.


410227-01 $81.00

M,Tu,W,Th
7/6-7/9
1:00P- 2:30P


FILM MAKING

(Ages 6-12) Create a story, learn different camera
techniques and upload your video onto You Tube.
410230-01 $89.00 (+$20.00 supplies)
M,W
6/8-7/1
6:30P- 7:30P
410230-02 $89.00 (+$20.00 supplies)
M,W
7/6-7/29
6:30P- 7:30P
410230-03 $89.00 (+$20.00 supplies)
M,W
8/3-8/26
6:30P- 7:30P


AMERICAN GIRL CAMP

(Ages 7-10) Make Addy‘s Cowrie shell necklace and
Kaya‘s dream catcher.
Whether or not you have a doll,
you can join us in fun crafts and creating a scrapbook
all about you--An American Girl!


410231-01 $70.00 (+$20.00 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/22-6/25
10:00A-12:00P
410231-02 $70.00 (+$20.00 supplies)
M,Tu,W,Th
8/17-8/20
10:00A-12:00P


BEGINNING IRISH DANCE

(Ages 7-12) Students will learn a beginner reel and
jig, as well as the different time sig in the Irish Dance
music.
There will be a small performance at the end
of class.


410232-01 $70.00

W
6/24-7/29
4:00P- 5:00P


CLAY ANIMATION FOR HOME SCHOOL

(Ages 5-10) Get your hands dirty and create characters
and props in clay and watch as they come to life
on the computer using Clay Animation.


410235-01 $129.00 (+$20.00 supplies)
Tu
6/9-7/13
10:00A-11:15A
410235-02 $129.00 (+$20.00 supplies)
Tu
7/21-8/25
10:00A-11:15A
3D LEGO DESIGN FOR HOME SCHOOL

(Ages 6-10) With 3-D Lego Design, the possibilities
are endless! Students learn the fundamentals of 3-D

design with the use of digital Lego blocks on the
computer.
410236-01 $89.00 (+20.00 supplies)
Tu
6/9-7/14
11:00A-12:00P
410236-02 $89.00 (+20.00 supplies)
Tu
7/21-8/25
11:00A-12:00P


HISTORICAL GIRL CAMP

(Ages 6-12) We‘ll learn to draw the basic doll figure
and then place our dolls in different historical scenes
with coordinated outfits. Pencils, color pencils, markers,
and Sharpies are used.


410228-01 $81.00

M,Tu,W,Th
7/13-7/16
1:00P- 2:30P


ANIME CARTOON CAMP

(Ages 6-12) We‘ll learn to create our own Anime
characters and use a variety of facial expressions,
action, and movement to illustrate our scene. On our
final day, we‘ll draw a large comic book type scene.


410229-01 $81.00

M,Tu,W,Th
7/20-7/23
1:00P- 2:30P


MULTI-AGE PROGRAMS


CARTOON ANIMATION

(Ages 7-17) Create your very own cartoon character
on the computer, and then bring him to life and create
your own story with sound effects and dialogue.


Location: C3 Cyber Club, Ashburn
410272-01 $89.00 (+$20.00 supplies)
Tu
6/9-7/14
6:30P- 7:30P
410272-02 $89.00 (+ $20.00 supplies)
Tu
7/21-8/25
6:30P- 7:30P


DIETRICHS FAMILY KARATE

(Ages 6 & up) Karate for the whole family to stay fit
and learn together. Skill building, self esteem and
discipline through weekly skill building.


410705-01 $120.00
Sa
6/20-8/15
11:45A-12:30P
410705-02 $120.00
M
6/29-8/17
6:00P- 6:45P


DIETRICHS KICKBOXING

(Ages 13 & up) Learn the skills of kickboxing.
410706-01 $120.00
Sa
6/20-8/15
12:45P- 1:30P
410706-02 $120.00
M
6/29-8/17
7:00P- 7:45P


MAGIC CLASSES

(Ages 8-15) Learn to perform magic using common
everyday objects with Phil Milstead, member of the
Society of American Magicians (SAM).
This is a good
way to build self-esteem. Parents can stay.
410707-01 $65.00 (+$10.00 supplies)
M,W
6/8-7/1
7:00P- 8:00P


DIETRICHS MIXED MARTIAL ARTS

(Ages 13 & up) Learn the skill of a variety of martial
arts all in one class.
410711-01 $120.00
M
6/29-8/17
8:00P- 8:45P


DIETRICHS DRAGON ADVENTURE CAMP

(Ages 6-12) Action-packed, fun camp games build
confidence and teach teamwork, balance,discipline,
fitness, coordination, karate, tumbling, stranger
awareness, fire safety, bully basics, goal setting, and
temper management.
Wear comfortable cloths and
bring lunch and 2 snacks.


610226-01 $225.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/17-8/21
8:00A- 6:00P


PHOTOMAGIC FOR HOME SCHOOLERS

(9-17) Learn to manipulate photos, and make your
self into a zombie, or beautiful princess.
Add special
effects to your pictures or create your very own computer
illustration.


410725-01 $89.00
M
6/8-7/13
11:00A-12:00P
410725-02 $89.00
M
7/20-8/24
11:00A-12:00P


GAME ANIMATION
(Ages 9-17) Learn how to animate video game characters
or make a 3-D movie. Students get hands-on
experience with software used by professionals.


Location: C3 Cyber Club, Ashburn
410726-01 $89.00

M
6/8-7/13
5:30P- 6:30P


VIDEO GAME DESIGN

(Ages 10-17) Create your very own 3-D level from
a game. Learn to add and create characters, build
environments, and change attributes to customize
your game.


Location: C3 Cyber Club, Ashburn
410727-01 $89.00

Th
6/11-7/16
5:30P- 6:30P


410727-02 $89.00

Th
7/23-8/27
5:30P- 6:30P


CARTOON GAME DESIGN

(Ages 8-17) Do you love Flash games like Nick.com?
Create you very own 2-D game and send it to all your
friends so they can test it out!


Location: C3 Cyber Club, Ashburn
410728-01 $89.00

Th
6/11-7/16
6:30P- 7:30P


410728-02 $89.00

Th
7/23-8/27
6:30P- 7:30P


GAME MODELING

(Ages 9-17) Learn how to create 3-D characters,
objects, and environments. Build cities and vehicles
and watch them come to life with the software used
by professionals.


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Location: C3 Cyber Club, Ashburn
410729-01 $89.00

M
7/20-8/24
5:30P- 6:30P


ADULT PROGRAMS


AMERICANA BASKET

(Ages 18 & up) This is a lunch pail sized basket with
an oak handle.
Weave in a red and blue pattern.
The
bottom is plaited, sides are start/stop and a rim is
lashed on. Bring a towel, large bucket, awl or ice pick,
spring type clothes pins, utility or heavy duty scissors,
measuring tape, pencil and a large plastic bag.


410500-01 $28.00 (+ $15.00 supplies)
Sa
6/20-6/20
9:15A- 1:15P


GRANDE BASKET WORKSHOP

(Ages 18 & up) This is a suitcase sized basket with a
tall oak handle.
The bottom is plaited and the sides
are start/stop.
The rim is lashed on around the handle.
Bring a towel, large bucket, utility or heavy duty
scissors, awl or ice pick, tape measure, spring type
clothes pins, pencil, and large plastic bag.


410501-01 $56.00 (+$22.00 supplies)
Sa
8/22-8/29
9:15A- 1:15P


INTRODUCTION TO BOLLYWOOD DANCE

(Ages 18 & up) This fun and action packed class
introduces dance elements of Bollywood. Learn dance
terminology and steps while enjoying Indian music.


410505-01 $60.00

Th
7/9-8/13
7:00P- 7:45P


CLAUDE MOORE
RECREATION CENTER
46105 Loudoun Park Lane
Sterling,
VA 20164


571-258-3600
571-258-3601 (fax)
www.loudoun.gov/claudemoorerec
Facility Hours:*


M-F 5:00A-9:30P • Sa-Su 8:00A - 8:00P


Closing 12:00PM Independence Day 7/4.
Entire Facility is closed for annual maintenance
8/31-9/7.


Competition Pool will reopen at 5:00AM on 9/14.


Call ahead, or check the web site for availability.


CLAUDE MOORE AqUATICS CLUB CLASSES*

For a complete list of class section numbers, visit www.loudoun.gov/prcs
and click on the WebTrac link.
*You MUST register in person at CMRC for Aquatics Club classes.

CLASS AND CODE AGE ENTRY REQUIREMENT CLASS OBJECTIVE CLASS
LENGTH
FEE
Summer Swim 5-7 Must be able to swim 25 yds. This class is for extra
focus on
60 minutes $117
Team (SST) 473261 8-10 Front and Back stoke
stroke work, starts, and turns
SST 1 11 & up
continuously during our summer season.
SST 2
SST 3
$130
$65
Stroke Clinic (SC)
473260
SC 1
SC 2
5-11
12-18
Must be able to swim 25yds.
Front and Back stoke
continuously. Must have at least
one summer of swim team
experience or be on a summer
swim team.
This class focuses on the
development of strokes for the
competitive swimmer.
CMAC Swim Team 6-13 Must have been on a CMAC
This is class is to help swim(
CMST) 473262 14-18 swim team during the school mers get a more focused
work
CMST 1 year. out during the summer swim
CMST 2 season.
Noodle Ball 6-10 Must be comfortable in water
Learn the Game of water polo.
40 minutes $130
473284 that is 4ft deep and must be
able to swim at least 15yds
continuously.
H2O Ball
473285
8-12 Must be able to swim 25yds
continuously.
Learn the game of water polo.
40 minutes $130
CMAC Water Polo
473286
10 & up
Tryout Dates
7/17: 3:00P-6:00P
Water polo practice
2 hours $240
7/19: 12:00P-4:00P
7/20: 4:00P-7:00P
8/10: 6:00P-8:00P
8/14: 6:00P-8:00P
CMAC Swim Tryouts 5 & up
Must be able to swim 25yds. Placement in CMAC teams
10 minutes Free
Front and Back stoke
continuously at a minimum

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 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 pool
and rock
wall. Hours are subject to change based on customer
demand.



For complete Claude Moore
Recreation Center Summer Camp
information, pick up a copy of
the 2009 Summer Camp Guide
at PRCS centers and parks, visit
www.loudoun.gov/camps, or call
571-258-3600.

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 Resident Non-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 & up
$3.75
$5.75
Chaperone Fee*
$2.00
$2.00
(*Adult accompanying ages 5-12, but not utilizing

 CMRC; Adult MUST be in pool with children 5 &
under, and pay full admission.)


Admission Pass (25 admissions no expiration)
Ages 3-17/55 & up
$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
Single Dependent
$34
$50
Senior
$34
$50
Senior Couple
$52
$78


CLAUDE MOORE AqUATICS CLUB CLASSES*

For a complete list of class section numbers, visit www.loudoun.gov/prcs
and click on the WebTrac link.
*You MUST register in person at CMRC for Aquatics Club classes.

M/W
6/22-7/22
T/TH
6/23-7/23: CMST & WP
6/23-8/25: SC
F SAT SUN
6/28-7/30
No class 7/5
SST 1 (5-7) 1:30P-2:30P
SST 2 (8-10) 2:30P-3:30P
SST 3 (11 & up) 3:30P-4:30P
SC 1 (5-11) 5:00P-6:00P (Tu only)
SC 2 (12-18) 6:00P-7:00P (Tu only)
CMST 1 (6-13) 5:00P-6:00P (Th only)
CMST 2 (14-18) 6:00P-7:00P (Th only)
Noodle Ball 12:30P-1:10P
H2O Ball 1:20P-2:00P or
6:20P-7:00P
Water Polo 7:00P-9:00P W only 7:00P-9:00P
CMAC Swim Tryouts 8/19
4:00P-8:00P
8/7
4:00P-8:00P
8/8 & 8/22
12:00P-4:00P

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CLAUDE MOORE RECREATION CENTER
571-258-3600


Annual Membership (unlimited use)
Room. Party packages are available Friday evenings,
473292-03 $85.00
Single Adult
$550
$825
Saturdays, and Sundays for groups with under 15 Su
8/2-8/2
10:00A- 6:00P
participants. Stop by to secure a date. Full payment is

Two Adults (Family)
$850
$1275
473292-04 $85.00

due at time of reservation.


Family Dependent
$140
$210
Su
8/23-8/23
10:00A- 6:00P
Family $1000
$1500


AqUATICS & SAFETY

JUNIOR GUARD PROGRAM

Single Dependent
$400
$600


PROGRAMS

(Ages 11-15) This class is for those interested in
developing their lifesaving skills and those who may

Senior
$400
$600


Senior Couple
$620
$930
LIFEGUARD CLASS

want to potentially become lifeguards.


Prerequisites: Must be 15 by last class and be able

473295-01 $150.00

Drop-in Care for Children (Ages 6mos-10 years)
to complete a 300-yd swim and get 10lb. brick from
bottom of at least 9 ft. of water at first class. Bring M,Tu,W,Th
6/22-7/2
11:00A- 5:00P

M,
W, F, Sa 9:00A-12:00P

swimsuit and towel everyday.
Attendance is manda-
473295-02 $150.00

M,
W
3:30P-7:30P


tory at every class.


M,Tu,W,Th
7/13-7/24
11:00A- 5:00P

Friday
3:30P-6:30P


473290-01 $175.00

473295-03 $150.00

Tu,
Th No Drop-in;


Su,Sa
7/11-7/19
10:00A- 6:00P

see Kids @ Play, #473142
M,Tu,W,Th
8/3-8/13
11:00A- 5:00P
Cost for drop-in child care is $4 per child per visit 473290-02 $175.00
Su,Sa
8/8-8/16
10:00A- 6:00P


HOME POOL SAFETY CLASS (KIDS)

GENERAL INFORMATION (Ages 3-12) This class is designed to help kids
under-
FIRST AID/CPR FOR COMMUNITY stand the dangers associated with aquatic
environ-

FACILITY RENTALS

(Ages 15 & up) This is an American Red Cross First ments with the use of
the fun and exciting American
Rental options include a carpeted, multi-purpose Aid and CPR class for
the community.
You must stay Red Cross Whales Tales Program sing-a-long.
room, catering kitchen, gymnasium, conference for the entire class.


473298-09 $2.00


room, and small classrooms.
Visit us for a tour and

473292-01 $85.00

Sa
6/6-6/6 6:00P- 6:45P

to schedule your event. Payment is due at time of

Su
6/28-6/28
10:00A- 6:00P


473298-10 $2.00

reservation.


473292-02 $85.00

Sa
6/6-6/6 7:00P- 7:45P
Su
7/26-7/26
10:00A- 6:00P
RECREATION CENTER BIRTHDAY PARTIES 473298-11 $2.00
Swim with your guests and enjoy a meal in our Party Su
6/7-6/7 6:00P- 6:45P


ADULT SWIM FITNESS CLASSES

For a complete list of class section numbers, visit www.loudoun.gov/prcs
and click on the WebTrac link.


CLASS & ACTIVITY
NUMBER
ENTRY REQUIREMENT CLASS OBJECTIVE CLASS LENGTH FEE
Aqua Fit
473465
Comfortable in 4ft of water
Using the water for resistance, this class offers
a challenging cardiovascular training as well
as strength conditioning to promote healthy
individuals.
50 minutes
8 classes- $64
10 classes- $80
12 classes- $96
15 classes- $120
Aqua Lite
473466
Comfortable in 4ft of water
Class is designed to progressively build
strength, flexibility, and endurance in a jointsupportive
environment.
50 minutes
Combo Aqua Fit
473468
Comfortable in 4ft to 12 ft of
water
Intense water cardio and strength workout in
shallow and deep water
50 minutes
Deep Water Aqua
373468
Comfortable in deep water
Challenging workout with less stress on your
joints. Class will include aerobic work as well
as strength and flexibility training
50 minutes
Masters
473464
Must be able to swim
50yds of Backstroke and
Freestyle
To give adults a swim workout and work on
refining strokes
1.5-2 hours 8 w/o-$120
2 w/o-$180
16 w/o-$240
20 w/o-$300

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473298-12 $2.00
HOME POOL SAFETY CLASS (ADULT) 473299-19 $2.00
Su
6/7-6/7 7:00P- 7:45P
(Ages 12 & up) Do you have a pool or live in a com-Su
7/12-7/12 6:00P- 6:45P
473298-13 $2.00
munity with a pool? This class teaches how to make 473299-20 $2.00
your environment as safe as possible for you, your

W
6/24-6/24 6:00P- 6:45P
Su
7/12-7/12 7:00P- 7:45P

kids, and friends, and how to react in emergency

473298-14 $2.00
473299-21 $2.00

situations.
W
6/24-6/24 7:00P- 7:45P
W
7/22-7/22 6:00P- 6:45P

473299-09 $2.00
473298-15 $2.00
473299-22 $2.00

Sa
6/6-6/6 6:00P- 6:45P
Th
6/25-6/25 6:00P- 6:45P
W
7/22-7/22 7:00P- 7:45P

473299-10 $2.00
473298-16 $2.00
473299-23 $2.00

Sa
6/6-6/6 7:00P- 7:45P
Th
6/25-6/25 7:00P- 7:45P
Th
7/23-7/23 6:00P- 6:45P

473299-11 $2.00
473298-17 $2.00
Su
6/7-6/7 6:00P- 6:45P
Sa
7/11-7/11 6:00P- 6:45P
473299-24 $2.00

473299-12 $2.00
473298-18 $2.00
Th
7/23-7/23 7:00P- 7:45P

Su
6/7-6/7 7:00P- 7:45P
Sa
7/11-7/11 7:00P- 7:45P


473299-13 $2.00
473298-19 $2.00
MASTERS SWIM TRAINING

W
6/24-6/24 6:00P- 6:45P


Su
7/12-7/12 6:00P- 6:45P
(Ages 18 & up) Masters Swim Training is a program

473299-14 $2.00


for adults looking to have a team workout with a

473298-20 $2.00


W
6/24-6/24 7:00P- 7:45P
coach. See Adult Swim Class Chart for schedule.


Su
7/12-7/12 7:00P- 7:45P


473299-15 $2.00
Contact michael.scheetz@loudoun.gov.
473298-21 $2.00


Th
6/25-6/25 6:00P- 6:45P
W
7/22-7/22 6:00P- 6:45P


473299-16 $2.00
PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS
473298-22 $2.00


Th
6/25-6/25 7:00P- 7:45P
(Ages 6 & up) These lessons offer individualized at-
W
7/22-7/22 7:00P- 7:45P
tention. Half-hour lessons are arranged by request

473299-17 $2.00


473298-23 $2.00
only and scheduled monthly. Request forms are avail-

Sa
7/11-7/11 6:00P- 6:45P


able for pick-up at, and must be returned to CMRC.


Th
7/23-7/23 6:00P- 6:45P


473299-18 $2.00


Contact michael.scheetz@loudoun.gov.


473298-24 $2.00


Sa
7/11-7/11 7:00P- 7:45P


4 lessons $150/private $100/semi-private


Th
7/23-7/23 7:00P- 7:45P


8 lessons $280/private $195/semi-private
ADULT SWIM FITNESS CLASSES

For a complete list of class section numbers, visit www.loudoun.gov/prcs
and click on the WebTrac link.


M/W
A. 6/22-7/15 (8)
B. 7/20-8/19 (10))
M/W/F
A. 6/22-7/17 (12)
B. 7/20-8/21 (15)
Tu/Th
A. 6/23-7/16 (8)
B. 7/21-8/20 (10)
Sat
A. 6/27-7/18 (4)
B. 7/25-7/22 (5)
Aqua Fit 9:15A
9:15A
6:30P
5:30P
Aqua Lite 10:15A
Combo Aqua Fit 10:15A
Deep Water Aqua 8:15A
8:15A
Masters 6:00P
7:00P
6:00A
8:00A


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CLAUDE MOORE AQUATICS CLUB

Join the Tiger Sharks! The program includes swim
team classes and our water polo team.
All programs
are eligible for competition in tournaments and
meets.
We hold our own swim meets and water polo
tournaments. Competitions have a separate entry fee.
Upper levels require an approval form and on-site
registration at CMRC. See Aquatics Club Chart for
tryout schedule.


CHILDCARE PROGRAM


KIDS @ PLAY

(Ages 2-11)These classes will have a weekly schedule
that will include different active themes Please
meet in the Childcare Room. Drop-in fee $8.00 per

class each day.
473142-01 $12.00
Tu,Th
6/16-6/18 9:00A-10:30A
473142-02 $12.00
Tu,Th
6/16-6/18
10:45A-12:15P


473142-03 $12.00
Tu,Th
6/30-7/2 6:15P- 7:45P
Tu,Th
6/16-6/18 4:30P- 6:00P
473142-13 $12.00
473142-04 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/7-7/9 9:00A-10:30A
Tu,Th
6/16-6/18 6:15P- 7:45P
473142-14 $12.00
473142-05 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/7-7/9
10:45A-12:15P
Tu,Th
6/23-6/25 9:00A-10:30A
473142-15 $12.00
473142-06 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/7-7/9 4:30P- 6:00P
Tu,Th
6/23-6/25
10:45A-12:15P
473142-16 $12.00
473142-07 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/7-7/9 6:15P- 7:45P
Tu,Th
6/23-6/25 4:30P- 6:00P
473142-17 $12.00
473142-08 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/14-7/16 9:00A-10:30A
Tu,Th
6/23-6/25 6:15P- 7:45P
473142-18 $12.00
473142-09 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/14-7/16
10:45A-12:15P
Tu,Th
6/30-7/2 9:00A-10:30A
473142-19 $12.00
473142-10 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/14-7/16 4:30P- 6:00P
Tu,Th
6/30-7/2
10:45A-12:15P
473142-20 $12.00
473142-11 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/14-7/16 6:15P- 7:45P
Tu,Th
6/30-7/2 4:30P- 6:00P
473142-21 $12.00
473142-12 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/21-7/23 9:00A-10:30A


PRESCHOOL SWIM CLASSES

For a complete list of class section numbers, visit www.loudoun.gov/prcs
and click on the WebTrac link.


CLASS & AGE ENTRY REQUIREMENT CLASS OBJECTIVE CLASS FEE
ACTIVITY LENGTH
NUMBER
Ducklings 6 -36 mo Parent in water Water adjustment, safety skills
30 minutes 5 classes- $52
473151 6 classes- $62
7 classes- $72
Swans 24 -48 mo Parent in water Water adjustment, skill readiness,
8 classes- $82
473152 safety
Solo Swans 3-5 yrs Leave parent willingly;
Comfort, and water safety
473153 Can follow directions
Emphasis on water adjustment
Turtles 3-5 yrs Face underwater 5 sec.
Begin to develop locomotion skills
473154 Blow bubbles
Front kicking with support
Frogs 3-5 yrs Submerge totally—5 times Develop locomotion skills and
473155 Front float/glide unassisted
work on rhythmic breathing
Fish 3-5 yrs Swim 15 feet on front and back
Coordinate front and back strokes
473156 and begin to develop endurance
Dolphin 4-5 yrs Swim 15 yds on front & back
Developing endurance for front
473157 unassisted and back stroke and introduction
Swim in deep water
to breaststroke

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473142-22 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/21-7/23
10:45A-12:15P
473142-23 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/21-7/23 4:30P- 6:00P
473142-24 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/21-7/23 6:15P- 7:45P
473142-25 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/28-7/30 9:00A-10:30A
473142-26 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/28-7/30
10:45A-12:15P
473142-27 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/28-7/30 4:30P- 6:00P
473142-28 $12.00
Tu,Th
7/28-7/30 6:15P- 7:45P
473142-29 $12.00
Tu,Th
8/4-8/6 9:00A-10:30A
473142-30 $12.00
Tu,Th
8/4-8/6
10:45A-12:15P
473142-31 $12.00


Tu,Th


473142-32

Tu,Th


473142-33

Tu,Th


473142-34

Tu,Th
473142-35

Tu,Th


473142-36

Tu,Th


473142-37

Tu,Th


473142-38

Tu,Th


473142-39

Tu,Th


473142-40

Tu,Th


8/4-8/6$12.00
8/4-8/6$12.00
8/11-8/13$12.00
8/11-8/13
$12.00
8/11-8/13$12.00
8/11-8/13$12.00
8/18-8/20$12.00
8/18-8/20
$12.00
8/18-8/20$12.00
8/18-8/20

 4:30P- 6:00P
6:15P- 7:45P
9:00A-10:30A
10:45A-12:15P
4:30P- 6:00P
6:15P- 7:45P
9:00A-10:30A
10:45A-12:15P
4:30P- 6:00P
6:15P- 7:45P
FITNESS & SPORTS
PROGRAMS


INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP VOLLEYBALL
TRAINING

The Claude Moore Recreation Center is pleased
to announce its partnership with Beyond The Net!
Beyond The Net provides individual, small or large
group, volleyball skill training and position specific
instruction. For more information, contact Ryan
Keelor at 571-258-3600, or ryan.keelor@loudoun.
gov.

SPORTS MIX SUMMER

(Ages 3-6) This class will introduce your child to
variety of sports including soccer, basketball, floor
hockey, t-ball and more.


473127-01 $55.00

M,W,F
6/22-6/26 9:00A-11:00A


PRESCHOOL SWIM CLASSES

For a complete list of class section numbers, visit www.loudoun.gov/prcs
and click on the WebTrac link.


M-Th M/W Tu/Th SAT SUN
A. 6/22-7/3 (8)
A. 6/22-7/8 (6)
A. 6/23-7/9 (6)
A. 6/27-7/25 (4)
A. 6/28-7/19 (4)
B. 7/6-7-16 (8) B. 7/15-8/3 (6) B. 7/16-8/4 (6) No class 7/4 B. 8/2-8/23
(4)
C. 7/20-7/30 (8) C. 8/10-8/24 (5) C. 8/11-8/25 (5) B. 8/8-8/29 (4)
D. 8/3-8/13 (8)
E. 8/17-8/27 (8)
Ducklings 9:40a 10:20a (No C)
5:40p (A & B only)
8:40a
Swans 9:00a 6:20p (A & B only)
10:20a (No C)
7:00p (A&B only)
Solo Swans 8:20a
9:00a (A-D only)
9:40a
10:20a (A-D only)
4:40p (no B)
5:00p (A & B only)
5:00p (A & B only)
6:30p
4:00p (no B)
4:40p (no B)
8:00a
8:40a (A only)
9:20a (A only)
8:00a (A only)
8:40a
10:00a (A only)
Turtles 8:20a (A-C only)
9:00a (A-D only)
9:40a (A-D only)
9:40a (A-C only)
10:20a
4:00p (no B)
5:40p (A only)
6:00p (no B)
6:20p (A only)
5:20p (no B)
5:40p (A&B only)
8:00a (A only)
8:00a
8:40a
9:20a
10:30a (A only)
8:40a (A only)
Frogs 8:20a (A-C only)
5:20p (no B)
6:00p (no B)
8:40a (A only)
9:20a (A only)
11:00a (A-D only)
7:00p (A & B only)
10:00a 10:30a (A only)
11:40a (A-C only)
10:30a (A only)
Fish 9:40a (A-D only)
9:20a (A only)
11:40a 10:00a (A only)
Dolphins 6:30p


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473127-02 $55.00
M,W,F
7/13-7/17 9:00A-11:00A
473127-03 $55.00
M,W,F
8/3-8/7 9:00A-11:00A


SPORTS MIX SUMMER ADVANCED

(Ages 4-6) Improve skills in soccer, basketball, floor
hockey, t-ball and more. Previous Sports Mix class
recommended, not required.


473128-01 $55.00

M,W,F
6/29-7/3 9:00A-11:00A


473128-02 $55.00

M,W,F
7/20-7/24 9:00A-11:00A


473128-03 $55.00

M,W,F
8/10-8/14 9:00A-11:00A


JUNIOR BASKETBALL ACADEMY

(Ages 3-6) Swoosh! This class will introduce and
enhance your child‘s skills in the sport of basketball.
Learn about passing, dribbling, shooting, and more!


473129-01 $40.00

Tu,Th
7/7-7/9 9:00A-11:00A


JUNIOR SOCCER ACADEMY

(Ages 3-6)This class will introduce and enhance your
child‘s skills in the sport of soccer. Skills covered will
include: ball handling, shooting, passing, position play
and beyond.


473131-01 $40.00

Tu,Th
7/28-7/30 9:00A-11:00A


LIL GYMNASTS

(Ages 3-5) Introduction into the basics of gymnastics.
Sessions to include tumbling, flexibility, and balance.


473114-01 $85.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/22-6/26 2:15P- 3:15P
473114-02 $85.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/29-7/3 2:15P- 3:15P
473114-03 $85.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/6-7/10 2:15P- 3:15P


473114-04 $85.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/13-7/17 2:15P- 3:15P
473114-05 $85.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24 2:15P- 3:15P
473114-06 $85.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31 2:15P- 3:15P
473114-07 $85.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7 2:15P- 3:15P
TUMBLING

(Ages 5-7) Introduction into the basics of gymnastics.
Sessions to include tumbling, flexibility, and balance.


473214-01 $85.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/22-6/26 3:30P- 4:30P


473214-02 $85.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/29-7/3 3:30P- 4:30P
473214-03 $85.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/6-7/10 3:30P- 4:30P


AMERICAN RED CROSS CLASSES

For a complete list of class section numbers, visit www.loudoun.gov/prcs
and click on the WebTrac link.


CLASS & AGE ENTRY REQUIREMENT CLASS OBJECTIVE CLASS FEE
ACTIVITY LENGTH
NUMBER
Level 1: 6-12 yrs Function in group setting
Water adjustment and introduction
30 minutes 5 classes- $52
473251 to swimming skills
6 classes- $62
7 classes- $72
8 classes- $82
Level 2:
473252
6-12 yrs Submerge underwater 5 sec
Kick on front with face in water
Begin to develop locomotion skills
Level 3: 6-12 yrs Able to swim independently on
Coordinate front & Back crawl
473253 front and back for 5 yards
Introduce breaststroke/butterfly
kick
Level 4: 6-12 yrs Front/back crawl-15 yds
Provides further coordination
40 minutes
473254 Breathing to side with front crawl
and refinement for all strokes.
5 classes- $67
Introduces surface dives
6 classes- $80
7 classes- $93
8 classes- $106
Level 5:
473255
6-12 yrs Front Crawl and Backstroke- 50
yds. Breaststroke- 25yds
Flip turns
Improve stroke & endurance
Adult 1:
473461
13 yrs + Willingness to learn Water adjustment and introduction
to swimming skills
Adult 2 13 yrs + Submerge Face in water and swim
Begin to develop locomotion skills
473462 independently on front for 5yds.
Adult 3 13 yrs + Front Crawl and Backstroke- 25yds
Develop endurance and stroke
60 minutes 5 classes- $90
473463 continuously refinement 6 classes-$107
8 classes-$142

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473214-04 $85.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/13-7/17 3:30P- 4:30P


473214-05 $85.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24 3:30P- 4:30P


473214-06 $85.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31 3:30P- 4:30P


473214-07 $85.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7 3:30P- 4:30P


GROUP EXERCISE


ULTIMATE BOOT CAMP

 (Age 18 & up) May be strenuous.
This 55-minute
class will improve cardiovascular, strength, and flexibility,
utilizing the whole CMRC facility.


473501-01   $150.00
M,W,Th
6/22-7/23   6:15P- 7:15P
473501-02   $150.00
M,W,Th
7/27-8/27   6:15P- 7:15P


ZUMBA

(Age 18 & Up) With    high tempo music and the latest
Latin dance moves,    from Salsa to Hip/Hop, and
Flamenco to Belly,    this class is guaranteed to whip
you into shape and    energize your day.
473504-01 $50.00

Th
6/25-7/23 5:45P- 6:45P


473504-02 $50.00

Th
7/30-8/27 5:45P- 6:45P


473504-03 $40.00

W
7/1-7/22
12:15P-12:45P


473504-04 $40.00

W
7/29-8/26
12:15P-12:45P


CARDIO KICKBOXING

(Ages 18 & up) Full body cardio workout.
―Fight‖ your
way to Fitness with fun and energizing kickboxing
combos.


473506-01 $100.00

Tu,Th
6/23-7/23 6:30A- 7:30A


473506-02 $100.00

Tu,Th
7/28-8/27 6:30A- 7:30A


YOGA/PILATES FUSION

(Ages 18 & up) Blends calming, breathing, and
stretching of yoga with core strengthening of Pilates.
Result is greater mobility and flexibility of joints and
muscles.
473508-01 $52.00
W
7/1-7/22
10:00A-11:30A
473508-02 $52.00
W
7/29-8/27
10:00A-11:30A


BASIC HATHA YOGA

(Ages 18 & up) Build strength, flexibility, balance, and
meditation skills with Ms. Cindy.


473509-02 $50.00

M
7/20-8/24
10:45A-11:45A


473509-03 $17.50

Tu
6/23-6/30 8:00A- 9:00A


AMERICAN RED CROSS CLASSES

For a complete list of class section numbers, visit www.loudoun.gov/prcs
and click on the WebTrac link.


M-Th M/W Tu/Th SAT SUN
A. 6/22-7/3 (8)
A. 6/22-7/8 (6)
A. 6/23-7/9 (6)
A. 6/27-8/22 (8)
A. 6/28-7/19 (4)
B. 7/6-7-16 (8) B. 7/15-8/3 (6) B. 7/16-8/4 (6) No class 4/11 B. 8/2-8/23
(4)
C. 7/20-7/30 (8) C. 8/10-8/24 (5) C. 8/11-8/25 (5)
D. 8/3-8/13 (8)
E. 8/17-8/27 (8)
Level 1 8:00A
5:00P 6:20P 10:00A
9:20A
4:40P 11:20A
6:00P
Level 2 9:00A
10:20A
6:20P 8:00A 9:40A
8:40A
10:20A
8:00 A 10:00A
9:20A
8:40A
Level 3 9:00A
9:40A
4:30P
5:10P
5:00P 6:20P 12:00P
12:40P
1:20P
8:40A
9:20A
Level 4 10:20A
5:00P 5:00P 12:00P
12:40P
8:00A
10:00A
Level 5 9:40A
5:40P 5:40P
7:00P
1:20P 9:50A
10:30A
Adult 1 5:00P 1:20P
Adult 2 5:40P 2:00P
Adult 3 2:40P

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473509-04 $50.00
Tu
7/21-8/25 8:00A- 9:00A
PILATES

(Ages 18 & up) Focus on correct breathing, posture
and core strengthening for all fitness levels.
473511-01 $52.00
W
6/24-7/22 6:30P- 7:30P
473511-02 $52.00
W
7/29-8/26 6:30P- 7:30P


BELLY DANCING WORK SHOP-AMERICAN

(Ages 18 & up) Learn an American-style, pop cabaret
belly dance routine. Great for new and experienced
dancers; no experience necessary.
Wear comfortable
workout clothes.


473512-01 $20.00
Tu
7/7-7/14 8:15P- 9:15P


BELLY DANCING WORK SHOP-VEIL

(Ages 18 & up) New and experienced dancers learn
the beautiful art of belly dancing with a veil.
Wear
comfortable workout clothes.
A three-yard chiffon
veil is required; veils will be available to borrow or
purchase


473513-01 $20.00
Tu
8/4-8/11 8:15P- 9:15P


STEP AEROBICS

(Ages 18 & up) Cardiovascular exercise utilizing the
STEP. Class will include core and stretching.
473521-01 $48.00

M
6/29-7/20 9:15A-10:15A


473521-02 $58.00

M
7/27-8/24 9:15A-10:15A


―MUSCULAR MOMMIES‖

(Ages 18 & up) Class is designed for mom and child
(6mos-4 yrs), but can be done by mom alone.
Warm-
up, strength training (bands/tubing, child, stroller),
cardio, cool-down and time for moms and kids to
connect.


473705-01 $36.00

Tu
6/30-7/21
10:45A-11:45A


473705-02 $45.00

Tu
7/28-8/25
10:45A-11:45A


473705-03 $36.00

F
7/3-7/24
10:45A-11:45A


473705-04 $45.00

F
7/31-8/28
10:45A-11:45A


FITNESS TRAINING &
PROGRAM DESIGN
PERSONAL TRAINING-INDIVIDUAL

(Ages 12 & up) Half-hour, 1-hour, and 1½-hour
individual training sessions arranged by advance
appointment. Individualized attention for instruction

and motivation. Call 571-258-3600, x1589, or email
John.Hinton@loudoun.gov.


PERSONAL TRAINING-GROUP

We are proud to partner with MASE Training, LLC.
MASE‘s certified trainers are committed to helping
you obtain your personal fitness goals. MASE will
be available to provide Free Fitness Assessments,
as well as one free nutritional phone consultation.
Contact the Claude Moore Recreation Center, or call
MASE Training, LLC at 571-434-6273.


ADULT FITNESS ORIENTATION, CV

(Ages 16 & up) May be strenuous. Learn how to start,
program, and safely use our cardiovascular equipment.
Schedule changes monthly. Contact John.
Hinton@loudoun.gov or call 571-258-3600.


473523-01

M-Su
7/1-8/31


ADULT FITNESS ORIENTATION, STR

(Age 16 & up) May be strenuous. Learn how to set
the seat, proper form, and technique to safely use
our strength equipment. Schedule changes monthly.
Contact John.Hinton@loudoun.gov or call 571-258


3600.

473524-01

M-Su
7/1-8/31


PROGRAM DESIGN

(Ages 18 & up) May be strenuous.
This 55-minute
seminar teaches the basics of successful program
design. Includes follow-up with instructor. Schedule
changes monthly. Contact John.Hinton@loudoun.gov
or call 571-258-3600.


473706-01 $60.00

M-Su
6/17-8/30


FITNESS TESTING

(Ages 16 & up) May be strenuous.
A 55-minute session
to measure body fat, strength, endurance, and
flexibility. Contact John.Hinton@loudoun.gov or call
571-258-3600 for an appointment.


473709-01 $25.00
M-Su
6/17-8/30


CARDIO WORKOUT PROGRAM

(Ages 16 & up) May be strenuous.
Includes a 30-minute
cardiovascular test on the Treadmill or Cycle plus
a follow-up plan. Contact John.Hinton@loudoun.gov
or call 571-258-3600 for an appointment.


473711-01 $75.00

M-Su
6/17-8/30


ORIENTATION TO FREE WEIGHTS

(Ages 16 & up) May be strenuous.
This 55-minute
class teaches the safe use of free weights, including
proper form and technique. Schedule changes
monthly. Contact John.Hinton@loudoun.gov or call
571-258-3600.


473712-01 $10.00
M–Su
6/17-8/30


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 John.Hinton@loudoun.gov or call
571-258-3600.


473723-01 $15

M-Su
7/1-8/30


COMPLETE ATHELETE WEIGHT TRAINING

(Ages 13-18) This class will include the instruction of
the fundamentals associated with Olympic lifts including
hang clean, snatch, push press and push jerk.


473403-01 $100.00

Tu,Th
7/7-7/23 4:00P- 5:00P


MARTIAL ARTS/SELF
DEFENSE PROGRAMS


KICKS FOR KIDS KARATE

(Ages 4-6) Focuses on basic stances, striking, and
leg maneuvers. Children learn teamwork through
activities and games.


473138-01 $55.00
Tu,Th
7/7-7/23
12:30P- 1:15P
473138-02 $55.00
Tu,Th
8/4-8/20
12:30P- 1:15P
COMBA TAI KARATE

(Ages 7 & up) May be strenuous. Comba Tai Karate
emphasizes mental, physical, and spiritual growth.
Meets Saturdays 9:00A-10:00A.


473702-01 $90.00

Tu,Th
6/30-7/23 6:30P- 7:30P


473702-03 $90.00

Tu,Th
7/28-8/20 6:30P- 7:30P


FENCING PROGRAMS


Fencing classes for all levels of ability are offered in
partnership with ―Have Blade Will Travel‖. Equipment
fee is payable to the instructor at the first class.
Experienced Fencers and graduates of Beginner1 & 2
may enjoy drop-in Fencing during ANY class. Cost is
CMRC admission plus $4 equipment rental.


PRIVATE LESSONS

(Ages 8 & up) A half-hour of personal instruction,
arranged by advance appointment. Contact Ryan at
571-258-3600, or ryan.keelor@loudoun.gov.


LITTLE PIRATE FENCING

(Ages 4-7) Learn how to sword fight like a pirate! This
class also serves as an introduction to the sport of
Fencing.


473137-01 $80.00

W
6/24-8/5 6:30P- 7:30P


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BEGINNER FOIL

(Ages 8-16) Focuses on basic stance, lunge, parries,
and attacks, as well as basic concepts of foil fencing.
Form! Form! Form!


473326-01 $80.00 (+$20 equipment)
W
6/24-8/5 6:30P- 7:30P


INTERMEDIATE FOIL & SABER

(Ages 8-16) Students will learn new types of parries
and attacks.
473331-01 $80.00 (+$20 equipment)
W
6/24-8/5 6:30P- 7:30P


FENCING: ADULT BEGINNER

(Ages 18-65) This class will focus on teaching the
basic stance, lunge, parries, and basic attacks as well
as the basic concepts of fencing.
The importance of
form is stressed. $20 equipment fee due to instructor.


473527-01 $80.00

W
6/24-8/5
7:45P- 8:45P


ARTS & CRAFTS PROGRAMS


Supply & material fees are payable to the
instructor at the first class.

PRE-SCHOOL DRAWING CLASS

(Ages 3-5) Young Rembrandts will concentrate on
the skills of drawing, and coloring while developing
fine motor skills, focus, listening, staying on task,
patience, and spatial organization.
473120-01 $67.50

Sa
6/27-8/1
10:45A-11:45A


ANIME CARTOONING

(Ages 6-12) Explore the world of Anime with Young
Rembrandts! Learn to create original Anime characters,
and use a variety of facial expressions, actions,
and movements to illustrate scenes. On the final day,
you‘ll draw a large comic book type scene!


473220-01 $101.25
Sa
6/27-7/25 9:00A-10:30A


DANCING


TINY TUTUS

(Ages 3-5) Introduction to the fun of classical ballet
and creative movement. Learn vocabulary & technique,
improve coordination, flexibility, balance, and

focus.
473107-01 $60.00
W
6/24-7/22
11:15A-12:00P
473107-02 $60.00
W
7/29-8/26
11:15A-12:00P


SPECIAL EVENTS


DROP-IN PICKLE BALL

Join us for this fast-paced, tennis style game. Daily
admission fees apply.
M,
W,
7:00A-9:00A

HERITAGE FARM
MUSEUM
21668 Heritage Farm Lane
Sterling,
VA 20164


571-258-3800

www.loudoun.gov/prcs/lhfm
www.heritagefarmmuseum.org
Tu-Sa 10:00A-5:00P, Su 12:00P-5:00P
Admission: $5/Adults, $4/Seniors, $3/Children 2-12*
*Ask about our Annual Pass Program


Plant a seed in your young farmer‘simagination and
watch it grow at one of the Metro area‘s
newest museums.


EXHIBITS


IT‘S JUST A WAY OF LIFE
Permanent Exhibit

Travel through time to meet the 10 generations
of Loudoun County residents that built this county
and left their mark on the land. Exhibit supports the
Standards of Learning for Virginia.


CLAUDE MOORE CHILDREN‘S FARM
Permanent Exhibit

Be a ―farmer for a day‖ in our interactive exhibit area
for children and their families. Milk a life-like cow,
collect eggs from the play chickens, and ride the
Equiponies.


WAXPOOL GENERAL STORE
Permanent Exhibit

The Waxpool General Store has been preserved as a
time capsule of days gone by.
Tour the store and play
shopkeeper, shopper, or postmaster. Collections tours
and research available by appointment.


THE ART COOP: A GALLERY SPACE
Changing Exhibit

Visit ―The Coop‖ for changing exhibits of works
by area artists. Juried by the HFM Art Advisory
Subcommittee. Call for schedule or to submit proposals.


LOUDOUN FARMERS ON THE WWII HOME FRONT
Temporary Exhibit
July 4 through August 4, 2009

Explore the experiences of Loudoun County residents
on the Home Front during WWII. Organized by Guest
Curator Jessica Micheli for her Girl Scout Gold Award
Project.


SPECIAL PROGRAMS


BIRTHDAY PARTIES

(All ages) Basic party package includes museum admissions
passes, cabin rental, and gift bags for party
participants. Story time, craft time and programs
available on request.
Additional fees may apply. Call

to schedule. $135 basic package.


MAD FARMER‘S TEA PARTY

(All ages) Enjoy complimentary tea, coffee and snacks
while your family plays in our children‘s area. Story
time by request. Free with paid Museum admission;
minimum fees apply. For groups by reservation only.


$5.00/adult; $3.00/child


VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

(Ages 14 & up) Volunteers assist with exhibits, collections,
educational programs, and customer service. If
you are older than 14, dependable, flexible, and have
a desire to be part of our team, give us a call.


GUEST CURATOR

(Ages 14 & up) Complete a unique project with your
class or community organization by creating a museum
exhibit under the guidance of our professional
curatorial staff.
FACILITY RENTALS

The Museum gallery and educational spaces are
available to rent for your next family event, office
party, or community group meeting. Call for fees and
availability.


SHOP LOUDOUN

The Museum gift shop specializes in Virginia‘s Finest
Label products and locally-made items. Browse a selection
of food, books, natural products, and selected
educational toys. Open during regular Museum hours.


ADULT CLASSES


RUG BRAIDING CLASS

(Ages 16 & up) Learn how to make braided rugs using
wool from local farms. Materials fee is payable (check/
cash) to instructor at first class. Materials include everything
you need to complete your project. Sponsored by
the Loudoun Valley Sheep Producers Association.


460707-01 $50.00 (+$100 materials)
M,W,F
7/20-7/24
6:00P- 9:00P


AG IN THE CLASSROOM WORKSHOP

(Ages 16 & up) Open to teachers, home-school instructors,
and educational programmers.
The Virginia
Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom (AITC) will
help you incorporate agriculture into your classroom.
Experience hands-on activities, review grade level
appropriate SOL-aligned lesson plans, and receive
resource materials designed to be integrated into
your daily curriculum. Eligible for Loudoun and Fairfax
re-certification credits.


460708-01 Free
M
7/20-7/20
9:00A-3:00P
RAIN BARREL WORKSHOP

(Ages 16 & up) Learn about the benefits of rain barrels
for home gardening and landscape use. Make
your own rain barrel! Sponsored by Loudoun Soil and
Water Conservation District. Registration required.
Contact suzie.brown@va.nacdnet.net to register or
visit www.loudounsoilandwater.org.


Register $50.00

M
6/22
10:00A-11:30A


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PARENT/CHILD CLASSES


FARMIN‘ FUN: BAA BAA BABY ANIMALS

(Ages 2-5) This is a literacy-based program. Children
get their wiggles out during guided play, learn about
baby animals on the farm through a story, and enjoy
a fun craft project. Fee includes one parent and one

child.
460109-01 $8.50
Tu
6/16-6/16
9:30A-10:30A
460109-02 $8.50
M
6/22-6/22
11:00A-12:00P
460109-03 $8.50
M
6/29-6/29
12:30P- 1:30P


FARMIN‘ FUN: PRECIOUS PIGS

(Ages 2-5) See description for Baa Baa Baby Animals.


460110-01 $8.50

M
7/6-7/6
9:00A-10:00A


460110-02 $8.50

M
7/13-7/13
11:00A-12:00P


460110-03 $8.50

M
7/27-7/27
12:30P- 1:30P
FARMIN‘ FUN: CHICKEN CHATTER

(Ages 2-5) See description for Baa Baa Baby Animals.


460111-01 $8.50

M
8/10-8/10
9:30A-10:30A


460111-02 $8.50

M
8/24-8/24
11:00A-12:00P


460111-03 $8.50

M
8/31-8/31
12:30P- 1:30P


TEEN PROGRAMS


MUSEUM APPRENTICE PROGRAM

(Ages 14-18) Apprentices complete a resume-
enhancing project and learn the ins-and-outs of the
museum‘s collections, exhibitions, and programs for
visitors. Projects include: education assistant, outreach
assistant, and program research assistant.


SCOUT PROGRAMS


We can lead scouts through the requirements for
badges, patches, and achievements. Interactive,
hands-on, supplemental material included. Programs
last approximately one hour. Leaders must accompany
troops. Minimum fees apply; additional charge
for badges. Registration required.


BROWNIES-LISTENING TO THE PAST

(Grades 1-3) Learn how children lived a long time
ago. Document your own life and practice listening to
histories of your friends and family to create an oral
history.


$5.00/Scout


BROWNIES-PENNY POWER TRY IT

(Grades 1-3) Learn the basics of managing money.
Class utilizes the Waxpool General Store and children‘s
play area. Includes a visit to the gift shop and a
take-home treat.


$5.00/Scout


BROWNIES-PLANTS TRY IT

(Grades 1-3) Be a scientist for a day as we explore,
observe, create, measure, and document. Includes a
short tour and two hands-on experiments.


$5.00/Scout


JRGS LOCAL LORE BADGE

(Grades 4-6) Read all about it, sing someone‘s
praises, practice word of mouth, focus on the future,
tour your community, and take pride in your heritage.
Use our Local Lore packet to complete the six requirements.


$5.00/Scout


SRGS INTEREST PROJECT – WOMEN THROUGH
TIME

(Grades 6-8) Complete Skills Builders,
Technology,
Service Projects, and Career Exploration projects with
our qualified staff.


$5.00/Scout


TIGER CUB ACHIEVEMENT-MAKING MY FAMILY
SPECIAL

(Grades 1-2) Compare family life years ago to family
life today. Play games from the past, practice chores,
and start a scrapbook to help preserve your history.


$5.00/Scout


BEAR CUB ACHIEVEMENT- WHAT MAKES
AMERICA SPECIAL?

(Grades 3-5) Learn what it means to be a good citizen
and how ordinary people serve their country. Practice
the flag ceremony and participate in activities to build
your community.


$5.00/Scout


EAGLE SCOUT AND GOLD AWARD PROJECT

(Grades 9-12) We work with you to develop a project
to meet your needs. Projects include gardening, wood
working, oral history and exhibit development.


SCHOOL PROGRAMS AND
TOURS


The Heritage Farm Museum is pleased to offer
classes, programs, and guided tours. Our exhibits
support the Virginia Standards of Learning and can
accommodate studies in science, technology, history,
and social sciences. Programs last approximately one
hour. Chaperones required and minimum fees apply.
Call to schedule, registration required.


INSTRUCTOR GUIDED PLAYTIME

(Pre-K) Develop important social, motor, and cognitive
skills though a farm-based play and story time.
Designed for early learners. Can be added to other
programs.


$3.50/Student


FARMIN‘ FEVER

(Grades pre-K-K) Be a ―Farmer for a Day‖ as you
learn farm chores and visit the Waxpool General
Store.


$3.50/Student


WEIGHTS AND MEASURES

(Grades pre-K-K) Learn about volume, weight and
relative measures in this interactive class for early
learners.


$3.50/Student


VOTE!

(Grades pre-K-K) The Waxpool General Store was a
polling place 100 years ago.
Visit the store to practice
the basics of voting and good citizenship.


$3.50/Student


HERD IT ON THE FARM

(Grades pre-K – 2) Live-animal program teaches the
basics of domestic animal care and the importance
of livestock.
Add an instructor guided playtime to
enhance your visit. Seasonal.


$5.00/Student


APPLES, APPLES, EVERYWHERE

(Grades pre-K-2) Explore the wonders of the apple
through songs, games, and hands-on activities. Press
apples into cider and visit our historic barn. Seasonal.


$5.00/Student


MEET THE FARMER

(Grades 1-3) Meet farmers past and present. Learn
about Loudoun‘s agricultural products and Northern
Virginia‘s agricultural history.
$3.50/Student


TIME FOR CHANGE

(Grades 1-3) Travel back to 1909 and visit the
Waxpool General Store. Shop for groceries using Mr.
Munday‘s original price lists.
Apply your knowledge
of money in a real-life challenge in our gift shop.
Includes take-home treat.


$5.00/Student


PLANT IT!

(Grades 1-4) Be a scientist for a day in this unique
interactive program all about plants. Explore, observe,
and experiment in our gallery. Extend your class with
take-home projects we provide.


$5.00/Student


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SIMPLE MACHINES

(Grades 3-5) Tour our gallery to discover applications
of simple machines on the farm and apply your
knowledge to a hands-on engineering project. Perfect
review or introduction for simple machines classroom
study.


$3.50/Student


HISTORY HOUNDS: BACK TO WAXPOOL

(Grades 4-5) Travel back in time to Waxpool,
VA in
1909 and ―meet‖ the residents.
Assume an identity
and learn what your life would have been like 100
years ago!


$3.50/Student


FARMERS AS SCIENTISTS

(Grades 4-5) Farmers apply scientific knowledge to
agriculture to improve production. Explore 250 years
of agriculture in Virginia and learn about scientific
discoveries that impact our lives today.


$5.00/Student


HANDS ON HISTORY

(Grades 4-6) Learn the fundamentals of archaeology,
history, and museum practice. Includes behind-thescenes
tour and work with real objects from our collection.
Can be adapted for home school programs or
scout groups.


$3.50/Student


DOUGLASS
COMMUNITY CENTER
405 East Market Street
Leesburg,
VA 20176


703-771-5913

M-F 7:00A-9:00P Sa 8:00A-4:00P


Supply & material fees are payable to the
instructor at the first class.


For complete Douglass CC
Summer Camp information, pick
up a copy of the 2009 Summer
Camp Guide at PRCS centers and
parks, visit www.loudoun.gov/
camps, or call 703-771-5913.

LOOKING FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT?

Let us create a custom art project, activity, or trip for
your birthday party, parents group, family gathering,
or community association. Call for more information.


INSTRUCTORS WANTED

We are looking for new instructors in the areas of
Latin and ballroom dance, yoga, preschool sports,
cooking, digital photography, science, and more. Call
for more information.


TODDLER & PRESCHOOL
AGE PROGRAMS


SAFARI ADVENTURE

(Ages 3-5) This class will include zany zebras, fluffy
birds and animal cracker art.


404106-01 $6.00

Tu
6/16-6/16
11:00A-11:45A


IF YOU GIVE A KID A PAINTBRUSH
(Ages 20-36mos) Join Abrakadoodle for fun with
paint brushes and more. Get messy or stay clean!
Express yourself!. No class 7/3.


404123-01 $60.00 (+$7 supply fee)
F
6/19-7/17
9:30A-10:15A


IF YOU GIVE A KID A PAINTBRUSH

(Ages 3-5) See description for Ages 20-36mos.
404124-01 $60.00 (+$7 supply fee)
F
6/19-7/17
9:30A-10:15A


SUMMER LUNCH BUDDIES

(Ages 3.5-7) Have lunch and enjoy special activities
with all of your new summer friends. Bring a bagged

lunch.
404155-01 $20.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/22-6/26
12:00P- 1:00P
404155-02 $20.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/29-7/3
12:00P- 1:00P
404155-03 $20.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/6-7/10
12:00P- 1:00P
404155-04 $20.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/13-7/17
12:00P- 1:00P
404155-05 $20.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24
12:00P- 1:00P
404155-06 $20.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31
12:00P- 1:00P
404155-07 $20.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7
12:00P- 1:00P
404155-08 $20.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/10-8/14
12:00P- 1:00P


SUMMER EXPLORERS

(Age 3-5) Make new friends and enjoy arts, crafts,
and group play.
The perfect ―pre-camp‖ experience.
Bring a snack.


404113-01 $25.00
W,Th,F
6/24-6/26
11:00A-12:00P
404113-02 $25.00
W,Th,F
7/22-7/24
11:00A-12:00P


FISHING AT BANSHEE REEKS

(Ages 3-6) Join Mr. Jamie and his cane poles at
Banshee Reeks to fish for the great monster! Helpers
over 16 must have a Virginia State fishing license.
Sign up at least one week in advance.


404108-01 $5.00 (+$1.00)
Sa
6/27-6/27
9:00A-10:00A


404108-02 $5.00 (+$1.00)
Sa
7/11-7/11
9:00A-10:00A
404108-03 $5.00 (+$1.00)
Sa
8/8-8/8
9:00A-10:00A
404108-04 $5.00 (+$1.00)
Sa
8/29-8/29
9:00A-10:00A


FIT ―N‖ FUN
(Ages 3-6) Come run, jump, skip, hop, and more with
us as we learn various games and exercises.


404112-01 $4.00

Tu
7/7-7/7
3:30P- 4:00P


404112-02 $4.00

Tu
7/14-7/14
3:30P- 4:00P


404112-03 $4.00

Tu
7/21-7/21
3:30P- 4:00P


404112-04 $4.00

Tu
7/28-7/28
3:30P- 4:00P


SUMMERTIME FLOWER POTS

(Ages 3-5) Design and plant your very own flower
pots.


404109-01 $10.00

F
7/10-7/10
9:00A- 9:45A


BUGS AND BUTTERFLIES

(Ages 18-24mos) Beautiful butterflies and wiggly
bugs will be made in this class. Parent participation.


404135-01 $4.00

M
7/13-7/13
10:00A-10:30A


BUG WRANGLIN‘

(Ages 2-5) Join us as we wander around Douglass
Community Center looking for bugs, catching them
and talking about them.


404127-01 $6.00

M
7/13-7/13
10:00A-10:45A


404127-02 $6.00

M
7/20-7/20
10:00A-10:45A


404127-03 $6.00

M
7/27-7/27
10:00A-10:45A


SUNSHINE/RAINBOW THERMOMETER

(Ages 3-5) Make and learn about this thermometer
to place outside your window and tell everyone how
warm or cold it is.


404110-01 $10.00

Tu
7/21-7/21
10:00A-11:00A


MY PET ROCK

(Ages 18-24mos) Create a pet rock to display proudly
on mom or dad‘s desk for them to see everyday.


404111-01 $5.00
Tu
7/28-7/28
10:00A-10:30A


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SUNFLOWERS

(Ages 2-3) Make and learn about sunflowers.


404122-01 $6.00

F
8/7-8/7
10:30A-11:00A


ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS


WII SATURDAY

(Grades K-5) Play Nintendo Wii on our HUGE screen.
Wii Sports, Guitar Hero, Super Smash Brothers Brawl,
and Mario Party 8 provided. Bring age appropriate
games to share.


404202-01 $1.00
Sa
6/27-6/27
10:00A-12:00P
404202-02 $1.00
Sa
7/11-7/11
10:00A-12:00P
404202-03 $1.00
Sa
7/25-7/25
10:00A-12:00P
404202-04 $1.00
Sa
8/8-8/8
10:00A-12:00P


MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL
AGE PROGRAMS


WII SATURDAY

(Grades 6-12) See description for Grades K-5.


404301-01 $1.00
Sa
6/27-6/27
12:00P- 2:00P
404301-02 $1.00
Sa
7/11-7/11
12:00P- 2:00P
404301-03 $1.00
Sa
7/25-7/25
12:00P- 2:00P
404301-04 $1.00
Sa
8/8-8/8
12:00P- 2:00P


BEACH GOERS

(Ages 13-17) Want to go to the beach but just can‘t
get there? Hop on the bus with us! Pack a lunch
and a drink or bring money for food. Depart/Return:
Douglass Community Center.


404304-01 $45.00
Dewey Beach
Th
7/9-7/9
7:00A- 8:00P
404304-02 $45.00
Bethany Beach
Th
8/13-8/13
7:00A- 8:00P


COASTER MASTERS

(Ages 13-17) Like coasters? Then join us as we embark
to parks to enjoy the coasters and thrilling rides.
Supervised trip.
Admission not included. Depart/
Return: Douglass Community Center.


404303-01 $35.00
Hershey Park
Th
7/23-7/23
7:00A- 7:00P


ADULT PROGRAMS
AU PAIRS DAY OFF

(Ages 18 & up) Need something to do after a long
work week? Go to the beach or take in an amusement
park and meet other au pairs.
Admission not

included. Depart/Return: Douglass Community

Center.
404703-01 $30.00
Kings Dominion
Su
7/19-7/19
8:00A- 6:00P
404703-02 $40.00
Dewey Beach
Su
8/2-8/2
6:00A- 8:00P
404703-03 $40.00
Bethany Beach
Su
8/9-8/9
6:00A- 8:00P


DULLES SOUTH
MULTIPURPOSE CENTER
24950 Riding Center Drive
South Riding,
VA 20152


571-258-3456

M, F 7:00A-6:30P
TU,
W,
TH 7:00A-9:00P
Saturday – 8:00A-2:00P


Supply & material fees are payable to the
instructor at the first class.


For complete Dulles South
Summer Camp information, pick
up a copy of the 2009 Summer
Camp Guide at PRCS centers and
parks, visit www.loudoun.gov/
camps, or call 571-258-3456.

BOUNCING BIRTHDAY PARTIES

(Ages 3 & up) Want to have a bouncing birthday
party? Plan it with us! All of our inflatables are available
for rent. Call 571-258-3456 for prices and
availability!


FAMILY/GROUP OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

(Ages 5 & up) Looking for something fun to do with
your family or group? We can take you on rock climbing,
caving, hiking, tubing or kayaking trips. Call 571258-
3456 for more details!


HAVING AN EVENT?

All of our facilities are available for rent. Call 571258-
3456 for prices and availability!


PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS


PONY PALS CAMP

(Ages 3-5) Learn about the daily life of horses with
Vickie through crafts, stories and interaction with
horses!


605194-01 $65.00

Tu,W,Th
6/9-6/11
9:30A-12:30P


SUMMER SPONTANEOUS FUN

(Ages 3-5) Your child will be entertained with a variety
of activities including stories, crafts, movement, dancing,
and games. Different theme each week.


405112-01 $30.00

Tu,W
6/10-6/24
12:00P- 1:00P
WACKY WATER AND BEACH GAMES

(Ages 3-5) Splish, splash and play with water games,
sand, and other beach themed crafts!
405100-01 $20.00
W
6/10-6/24
1:00P- 2:15P


MUSICAL MINIS FOR TOTS

(Ages Birth-2) Do you want to see if your little tot
has a knack for music? See for yourself when their
eyes light up during this class that will have all of you
laughing!


405108-01 $35.00

Sa
6/13-7/25
9:30A-10:00A


MUSICAL MINIS FOR PRESCHOOL

(Ages 3-5) Sing, dance, and play instruments to your
favorite tunes in this fun and exciting class!


405109-01 $35.00

Sa
6/13-7/25
10:15A-11:15A


COOKING CHEMISTRY

(Ages 3-5) While emphasizing kitchen safety, basic
measurement, and teamwork, we‘ll learn counting,
mixing, shaking, wrapping, spreading, peeling, rolling,
mashing, cutting, and food grinding.


405101-01 $40.00

Sa
6/13-7/25
12:00P- 1:00P
KIDDIE KORNER: OPEN GYM PLAY

(Ages 6mos-3 yrs) Children and parents have free
play on our gymnastics mats. Enjoy a fun morning

with your child!
405110-01 $12.00
Sa
6/20-6/20
9:00A- 9:30A
405110-02 $12.00
Sa
6/20-6/20
9:30A-10:00A
405110-03 $12.00
Sa
7/18-7/18
9:00A- 9:30A
405110-04 $12.00
Sa
7/18-7/18
9:30A-10:00A
405110-05 $12.00
Sa
8/15-8/15
9:00A- 9:30A
405110-06 $12.00
Sa
8/15-8/15
9:30A-10:00A


HIP HOP FOR PRESCHOOLERS

(Ages 3-5) Children engage gross motor skills and
enjoy upbeat fun in this popular dance class!


405177-01 $30.00

M
6/22-7/6
4:00P- 5:00P


MULTICULTURAL ART FROM AROUND THE
WORLD

(Ages 3-6) Young artists learn about a new culture
each week through literature and discussion, followed
by an in-depth art activity including masks from Africa
and Aboriginal hand prints! Instructor: Katherine
Ausgotharp.
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DULLES SOUTH MULTIPURPOSE CENTER 571-258-3456


405105-01 $55.00 (+$25 supplies)
ZOODLE, DOODLE ADVENTURE CAMP 405302-01 $45.00
Tu
6/23-8/11
1:00P- 2:00P
(Age 3-5) Explore jungle games, listen to music, tell Sa
6/27-6/27
12:00P- 8:30P
jungle stories, and create safari art on this Abrakoodle

405302-02 $45.00

adventure. Please bring snacks/lunch with you.


JUST LIKE THEM: CREATING ART Sa
7/18-7/18
12:00P- 8:30P


605183-01 $145.00 (+$22 supplies)

(Ages 3-6) Children will learn a different technique 405302-03 $45.00
each week, through exploring the art of the mas-M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24
9:00A-12:00P


Sa
8/22-8/22
12:00P- 8:30P


ters like Van Gogh, Seurat, and Pollock. Instructor:
Katherine Ausgotharp.


CREATE YOUR OWN RACE CAR

KICKIN‘ KICKBALL

405104-01 $55.00 (+$25 supplies)


(Ages 3-5) Create your own race car just the way you

(Ages 6-10) Learn the fundamentals of kickball and

W
6/24-8/12
1:00P- 2:00P
like it for the refrigerator! This way mom knows what

enjoy a game during each class!

you want to drive when you grow up!


405207-01 $85.00

405115-01 $12.00

4TH OF JULY FUN

M,W
7/6-8/5
9:00A-11:00A

W
7/22-7/22
1:00P- 1:45P
of July activities, and enjoy a Fourth of July picnic

(Ages 3-5) Come learn about 4th of July, do fun 4th

BLAZIN‘ SUMMER SPORTS

with friends.


CLASS CLOWNS

(Ages 6-10) Shape up all of your sports skills for Fall

405111-01 $24.00


(Ages 1-2) Mom will enjoy making a fun clown

with Coach Mark as your guide! Bring a bag lunch or

W
7/1-7/1
9:30A-12:30P
themed circus train and seeing their little one giggle!


cooler, and water bottle.


405111-02 $24.00
405106-01 $14.00

405201-01 $135.00
Tu
6/30-6/30
9:30A-12:30P
Sa
7/25-7/25
10:00A-10:45A


Tu,Th
7/7-8/6
8:00A-11:00A
405201-02 $6.00
(Lunch Time)


PIRATE FUN CASTLE TO CARTOONS CAMP

Tu,Th
7/7-8/6
11:00A-12:00P

(Age 3-5) We‘ll travel through the middle Ages, paint

(Ages 3-5) AHOY Matey! Sing, dance, and play like a

405201-03 $150.00

and make castles, and then zoom forward to the
present to create cartoons like animators. Please Tu,Th
7/7-8/6
12:00P- 3:00P

pirate. Each week we‘ll have a different pirate activity.


405113-01 $30.00

bring snacks/lunch.

Tu
7/14-7/28
1:00P- 1:45P


605184-01 $145.00 (+$22 supplies)
IRISH DANCE
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7
9:00A-12:00P
(Ages 5-7) This introduction to the basics of Irish step

PRESCHOOL CHEER CAMP

dancing is offered in cooperation with the Aoibhneas
(Ages 3-5) Learn the basics of several cheers and a

and Rince Irish Dancers, a registered school of danc-

WILD, WILD WEST CAMP

dance with a performance on Thursday. Pom-poms

ing.

(Age 3-5) Have a rootin‘, tootin‘ good time! Design

provided.


405119-01 $75.00

cowboy boots to wrangle a rattle snake, have a pow


605186-04 $60.00

wow with the Indians, and create an art adventure Th
7/9-8/13
5:15P-6:00P


Tu,W,Th
7/14-7/16
3:00P- 5:00P


you won‘t want to miss. Please bring snacks/lunch.


605186-06 $60.00

605185-01 $145.00 (+$22 supplies)
IRISH DANCE
Tu,W,Th
7/28-7/30
3:00P- 5:00P


M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/10-8/14
9:00A-12:00P
(Ages 8 & up) See description for Ages 5-7.


605186-07 $60.00

405211-01 $98.00
Tu,W,Th
8/4-8/6
3:00P- 5:00P


YOUTH PROGRAMS Th
7/9-8/13
6:00P-7:00P


BEGINNING JAZZ

MONSTER TRUCK MADNESS

BEAUTY BALLET

(Ages 6-10) Come learn the basic steps and move


(Ages 3-5) Come for tire tosses, tire rolls, decorating

(Ages 5-7) Wear your favorite princess dress and

ments of Jazz. Learn the basic leaps and turns and

license plates, and much more monster truck fun!

learn some basic ballet moves while making new

combinations to music.


Bring your favorite monster truck.


friends and having a ton of fun!


405205-01 $30.00

405120-01 $30.00

405200-01 $30.00

M
6/15-6/29
5:00P- 5:45P

W
7/15-7/29
1:00P- 1:45P
Tu
7/14-7/28
4:00P- 5:00P


BRIGHTEN YOUR FASHION SENSE

OUR TERRIFIC TURTLE MASCOT

HIP HOP/FUNK DANCE

(Ages 11-15) Make your closet shine brighter with

(Ages 3-5) Create a terrific turtle summer craft and

(Ages 8-11) Make some new friends while learning

these vibrant and extreme colors! Please bring two

feed our live turtles, our DSMC mascots! A light snack

all the hottest new moves with Ms. Karla!


white t-shirts to class.

is provided.


405210-01 $30.00

405301-01 $15.00

405114-01 $12.00


W
7/15-7/29
5:00P- 6:00P

F
6/26-6/26
1:00P- 2:30P

W
7/15-7/15
1:15P- 2:00P


405301-02 $15.00
ZOODLE, DOODLE ADVENTURE CAMP

F
7/17-7/17
3:30P- 5:00P
(Age 6-12) See description for Ages 3-5.


LITTLE SCIENTIST LAB

405301-03 $15.00
605222-01 $145.00 (+$22 supplies)

(Ages 3-5) Put on your lab coat and investigate sci


ence topics from the world around us, and create fun F
8/21-8/21
3:00P- 4:30P
science activities.
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24
1:00P- 4:00P


405121-01 $30.00

WATCH ‗N‘ ROLL

Th
7/16-7/30
1:00P- 1:45P


(Ages 11-15) Parents, enjoy a day out while the kids
join us for a ride to Purcellville Roller Rink and then to
the movies!


General Registration Begins June 3, 2009 | Page 47
FRANKLIN PARK
540-338-7603


CASTLES TO CARTOONS CAMP 405502-01 $11.50 (+ $38.50 materials fee)
405702-01 $20.00
(Age 6-12) See description for Ages 3-5.


Tu
6/23-6/23
7:00P-8:30P
F
6/26-6/26
9:30A-12:00P
605223-01 $145.00 (+$22 supplies)


405702-02 $20.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7
1:00P- 4:00P


IRISH DANCE F
7/17-7/17
9:30A-12:00P
(Ages16 & up) See description for Ages 5-7.


WACKY WAX FLIP FLOPS

405503-01 $98
KIDS NIGHT OUT

(Ages 8-11) Your bedroom will be so cool with these

Th
7/9-8/13
7:00P-8:00P
(Ages 6-14) Come have fun with your friends.
We will

bright new additions! Don‘t forget to bring a snack

provide lots of fun, entertaining activities and dinner.


and a drink to class!


405705-01 $20.00

ZUMBA PARTY
405204-01 $30.00

F
6/26-6/26
6:00P- 8:30P

(Ages 18 & up) Come for a Zumba Party and learn

W
8/5-8/5
2:00P- 3:00P


Latin style dances while getting a great workout.
405705-02 $20.00
405505-01 $26.00
F
7/24-7/24
6:00P- 8:30P


IT‘S ELECTRIC!

Sa
7/11-7/11
10:00A-12:00P


(Ages: 6-10) Learn how electricity and power lines
work, and about how important it is to be safe during

HEALTHY HABITS 2

this hand‘s on class! Instructor: Mr.
Todd.
(Ages 18 & up) This class further explores the why‘s

405202-01 $20.00


FRANKLIN
PARK
and how‘s of adding healthy habits to your daily rou-

F
8/7-8/7
10:00A-11:00A
17501 Franklin Park Dr.


tine. Healthy Habits 1 is not required.
Purcellville,
VA 20132


405507-01 $30.00

WILD, WILD WEST CAMP
540-338-7603

Tu,Th
7/14-7/16
9:30A-11:00A


(Age 6-12) See description for Ages 3-5.
Park Hours: Daily 7:00A - dusk


405507-02 $30.00

605224-01 $145.00 (+$22 supplies)
Office Hours: M - F 9:00A - 5:00P

M,W
7/27-7/29
9:30A-11:00A


M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/10-8/14
1:00P- 4:00P
Pool Hours: Daily 11:00A - 8:00P


SENIOR PROGRAMS


For complete Franklin Park

ADULT PROGRAMS

Summer Camp information, pick

DULLES SOUTH SENIOR CENTER

up a copy of the 2009 Summer

EXOTIC LEBANESE DISHES

(Ages 55 & up) For information, look under ―Dulles

Camp Guide at PRCS centers and

(Ages 17 & up) Learn to cook healthy Lebanese
South Senior Activity Center‖ in this activity guide or

parks, visit www.loudoun.gov/

dishes like Tabouli, Baba Ghanoush. Instructor will

call 571-258-3883.


camps, or call 540-338-7603.

provide copies of recipes.


405500-01 $65.00

MULTI-AGE PROGRAMS

PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS

M,W,F
6/8-6/26
10:30A-12:00P


405500-02 $65.00
ENRICH YOUR SPIRIT YOGA

M,W,F
7/6-7/24
1:00P- 2:30P
(All ages) Enrich your minds, bodies, and spirits with

GREEN THUMB CLUB

an experienced Instructor who is certified from the

(Ages 2-5) Kids will learn the basics about gardening

International Foundation of Natural Health and Yoga.


ZUMBA!
and composting for the garden.


Bring a mat.


(Ages 18 & up) A hi-lo impact dance class with Latin
462100-01 $8.00

405701-01 $50.00
style. Learn Salsa, Samba, Meringue and more while
F
7/10-7/10
10:00A-11:00A

M
6/8-6/29
9:30A-10:30A

getting a great workout.


462100-02 $8.00

405701-02 $40.00

405501-01 $52.00


F
8/14-8/14
10:00A-11:00P

Sa
6/13-6/27 9:00A-10:00A

Tu
6/9-6/30
6:30P- 7:30P


405701-03 $40.00

405501-02 $52.00


TREE BUDDIES

M
7/6-7/27
9:30A-10:30A

Tu
7/7-7/28
6:30P- 7:30P
(Ages 2-5) Try out tree bark rubbing and creating

405701-04 $30.00

405501-03 $52.00
―leaf people‖. Learn about tree rings and lots more
Sa
7/11-7/25 9:00A-10:00A
―tree-mendously‖ fun stuff!


Tu
8/4-8/25
6:30P- 7:30P


405701-05 $40.00
462101-01 $8.00

M
8/3-8/24
9:30A-10:30A
F
7/31-7/31
10:00A-11:00A

HEALTHY HABITS 1
405701-06 $50.00

(Ages 18 & up) Tara Rayburn provides a great foundation
and easy stepping-stones toward finding and Sa
8/1-8/29
9:00A-10:00A
POND PALS
implementing daily healthy habits.
(Ages 2-5) Enjoy the fundamentals of fishing and

discover the plants and animals that live around the

405506-01 $30.00
FRIDAY AT THE FARM FIELD TRIP

pond.

Tu,Th
6/23-6/25
9:30A-11:00A
(Ages 5 & up) You‘ll take a guided tour, enjoy work


462103-01 $8.00

405506-02 $30.00
shops, and shop the farm store. Children will have
a ―hands on‖ experience with the animals while F
8/7-8/7
10:00A-11:00A

M,W
7/6-7/8
9:30A-11:00A
adults go to the farm classroom for a Healthy Living
Workshop. Meet at Field‘s of Athenry on Snickersville

PRESCHOOL OLYMPICS

BABY SIGNS: PARENT WORKSHOP

Turnpike. Bring snack and coolers for fresh farm

 (Ages 2-5) Show off your sports talent and win a

(Ages 18 & up) Learn to talk with your baby before
foods.


gold medal in the Preschool Olympics!


your baby can talk! Fee covers both parents.


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FRANKLIN PARK ARTS CENTER 540-338-7973 FRANKLIN PARK ARTS CENTER 540-338-
7973
462111-01 $12.00


FRANKLIN PARK PERFORMING
& VISUAL ARTS CENTER
Thursday Club.
F
7/17-7/17
10:00A-11:30A


463213-01 $150.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24
1:00P- 4:00P


RAINFOREST RYTHMS

(Ages 2-5) Learn all about the paradise that is found
in our rainforests and why they are so important to
our environment.


462117-01 $8.00

F
7/24-7/24
10:00A-11:00A


MULTI-AGE PROGRAMS


ARCHERY WORKSHOP

(Ages 9 & up) Learn the basic skills of archery.
Archery games for the more advanced are offered.
All
equipment provided.


462305-01 $16.00
Tu
7/28-7/28
4:00P- 6:00P
462305-02 $16.00
Tu
8/25-8/25
4:00P- 6:00P
NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

(Ages 10 & up) Learn to take incredible pictures of
the natural world during our fur Nature Photography
Workshop.


462501-01 $12.00
Sa
7/11-7/11
10:00A-11:30A


OH DEER!

(Ages 6 & up) Discover more about Franklin Park‘s
wiliest resident - the deer!
462508-01 $12.00
Sa
7/11-7/11
2:00P- 3:30P


NIGHT WINGS

(Ages 6 & up) Explore the amazing world of nature‘s
night flyer, the bat.
We‘ll take a bat hike and discuss
the benefits of bats, echolocation and other incredible
bat facts!


462513-01 $12.00
Sa
7/11-7/11
7:30P- 9:00P


Got Camp?
Summer Camp registration is on-going
Visit
www.loudoun.
gov/prcs/camps
36441 Blueridge View Lane
Purcellville,
VA 20132
Inside Franklin Park


540-338-7973

Office Hours: M-F 9:00A-5:00P
For complete Franklin Park Arts
Center Summer Camp information,
pick up a copy of the 2009
Summer Camp Guide at PRCS
centers and parks, visit www.
loudoun.gov/camps, or call
540-338-7973.

ELEMENTARY & MIDDLE
SCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS


ART DETECTIVES--THURSDAY CLUB

(Ages 8-12) Interview witnesses, look for hidden
clues, and refine your skills as an artist in a fun, club-
like atmosphere! Bring a snack.
Instructor: Catherine Fetterman.


463206-01 $25.00
Th
6/25-6/25
2:00P- 4:30P
463206-02 $25.00
Th
7/2-7/2
2:00P- 4:30P
463206-03 $25.00
Th
7/9-7/9
2:00P- 4:30P
463206-05 $25.00
Th
7/30-7/30
2:00P- 4:30P
463206-06 $25.00
Th
8/20-8/20
2:00P- 4:30P
463206-07 $25.00
Th
8/27-8/27
2:00P- 4:30P


JUNIOR THEATRE TOURING SHOW

(Ages 6-12) Join Heather Stillings in a production
of ―The Ugly Duckling‖ performed at sites around
the county. Rehearsals held at Franklin Park and
Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum.
Weekend performances
possible. Reading skills required.


463208-01 $185.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/13-7/31
9:00A-12:00P


JUNIOR THEATRE GRIMMS FAIRY TALES

(Ages 6-12) Heather Stillings takes you through
the exciting process of producing a show. Students
engage in theatre games and improvisation exercises,
help create a script, and construct masks, sets, and
costume pieces - leading to a staged production.
Weekend performances possible.


463209-01 $120.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/17-8/28
9:00A-12:00P


ART DETECTIVES--SUMMER CAMP

(Ages 8-12) See description for Art Detectives

ART RANGER

(Ages 6-11) Experience art in nature. Projects include
walks around Franklin Park to gather objects
and sketch from nature.
Wear clothes that can get
messy, and bring a snack and atowel. Instructor:


Vicki Curtis.
463214-01 $90.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/6-7/10
9:30A-11:30A
463214-02 $90.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/13-7/17
9:30A-11:30A
463214-03 $90.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24
9:30A-11:30A
463214-04 $90.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31
9:30A-11:30A


LOUDOUN VALLEY
COMMUNITY CENTER
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.


For complete Loudoun Valley CC
Summer Camp information, pick
up a copy of the 2009 Summer
Camp Guide at PRCS centers and
parks, visit www.loudoun.gov/
camps, or call 540-338-4122.

PRESCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN
AGE PROGRAMS


MORNING PLAYTIME CLUB

(Ages 1½ -5) Your child can stay and play while you
take a class or exercise. Maximum one hour per day.
Parent must stay on site. Must register in person.
Instructor: Sandy Nave.


401101-01 $45.00/ 15-punch card
M,Tu,W,Th,F
On-Going
8:30A-10:30A
401101-02 $100.00/unlimited 3 mos.
M,Tu,W,Th,F
On-Going
8:30A-10:30A


FUN WITH PAINT
(Ages 1½-3) Let‘s bring out the paint! Paint at LVCC
and not at home.
Wear old clothes.


401102-01 $8.00

F
8/14-8/14
10:00A-10:45A


General Registration Begins June 3, 2009 | Page 49
LOUDOUN VALLEY COMMUNITY CENTER 540-338-4122


DAD‘S DAY BBQ APRON tend with child. Instructor: Eugenia Rovang.
Instructor: Lori Sullivan.
(Ages 2½-4) Decorate a BBQ apron for Father‘s

401110-01 $8.00 401117-01 $16.00

Day. Bring a lunch to enjoy with friends. Instructor:


Tu
8/4-8/4
10:00A-10:45A
Tu
7/14-7/14
11:45A- 2:00P

Stephanie Royhab.


401110-02 $8.00

401103-01 $20.00


Tu
8/11-8/11
10:00A-10:45A
AMAZING ATHLETES

Th
6/18-6/18
10:00A-12:15P


(Ages 2½-6) Your child will learn the fundamentals

401110-03 $8.00

ofdifferent sports while improving hand-eye coordina-

Tu
8/18-8/18
10:00A-10:45A

INDY 500 PAINTING tion, gross motor skills, cardiovascular health, muscle
(Ages 1½-3) Start your engines! We will be painting tone, confidence, and
teamwork. Instructor: Coach
with cars.
Wear old clothes.
BUGS AND BUTTERFLIES Robert
(Ages 3-5) Join Young Rembrandts and draw bugs

401104-01 $8.00 401118-01 $42.00


and butterflies in their natural environment. Pencils,


F
7/10-7/10
10:00A-10:45A
W
7/8-7/29
11:45A-12:30P

markers, and crayons will be used.


401118-02 $42.00

401111-01 $85.00

MOMMY & ME W
8/5-8/26
11:45A-12:30P

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31
12:00P- 1:15P

(Ages 18mos-3 yrs) Great first class. Parents will
help their child make a seasonal craft. Instructor:


ALPHABET SCAVENGER HUNT

Genie Rovang.
SEA CREATURES

(Ages 3-4) Learn about the alphabet while hunting

(Ages 3-5) Join Young Rembrandts as we explore

401105-01 $8.00

inside and outside. Review letters and their sounds.


a beautiful world of fish and sea creatures. Pencil,


W
7/15-7/15
10:00A-10:45A


Pack a lunch. Instructor: Lori Sullivan.


markers, and crayons will be used. Supplies included.


401105-02 $8.00

401119-01 $16.00

401112-01 $85.00

W
8/12-8/12
10:00A-10:45A


M
6/22-6/22
10:00A-12:30P

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7
12:00P- 1:15P


LITTLE CHEFS

TRAVEL WEEK W/ GARTH & SANDY

FIRE WORKS T-SHIRT

(Ages 3-5) Bring a lunch from home. Learn to make

(Ages 3-8) Pack a lunch to eat before we head by

(Ages 2½-4) Celebrate the fourth of July in a fun

a simple, kid friendly recipe. Instructor: Eugenia

bus to a local nature trail! Wear sneakers.
Water

t-shirt created by you! Bring a lunch. Instructor:


Rovang.


and a snack provided. Instructors: Garth Adams and
Stephanie Royhab.


401106-01 $15.00 Sandy Nave.


401113-01 $20.00


Tu
7/21-7/21
11:45A- 1:15P
401132-01 $120.00

W
7/1-7/1
11:45A- 2:00P


401106-02 $15.00 M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/22-6/26
12:00P- 4:00P
Tu
8/18-8/18
11:45A- 1:15P
401132-02 $120.00

MESSES & MASTERPIECES

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24
12:00P- 4:00P

(Ages 1½-3) Let‘s make a few messes and some
DIETRICH‘S NINJAS masterpieces too. Instructor: Eugenia Rovang
401132-03 $120.00
(Ages 3-5) An action packed curriculum that disguis


401114-01 $8.00 M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7
12:00P- 4:00P


es learning life skills (focus, coordination, listening) as

Tu
7/7-7/7
10:00A-10:45A

fun-filled Ninjas ―games.‖


401114-02 $8.00 ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS
401107-01 $120.00


Tu
7/14-7/14
10:00A-10:45A

Sa
6/27-8/22
10:30A-11:00A
DRAWING AND PAINTING

401114-03 $8.00

(Ages 8-10) We‘ll draw and paint scenes around the
Tu
7/21-7/21
10:00A-10:45A
Community Center, exploring light and shadows. If

SUNNY SUMMER HATS

possible, bring a digital camera. Supplies list will be

(Ages 2½-4) Decorate your own bucket hat while you

sent to students. Instructor:
Alice Power.


play and meet new friends. Bring a lunch. Instructor:
BEACHY BAGS
Stephanie Royhab.
(Ages 3-5) Design your own beach bag tote. Bring 401200-01 $55.00
401108-01 $20.00
lunch. Instructor: Stephanie Royhab.
M
7/6-7/20
9:00A-11:00A


401115-01 $20.00

Th
7/9-7/9
11:45A- 2:00P
Tu
7/28-7/28
11:45A- 2:00P
3 WAYS TO TELL A STORY
(Ages 6-7) Students create a tale using art, act
DIETRICH‘S NINJA ADVENTURE CAMP

ing, movement, songs, sounds and group games.


(Ages 3-5) Your ―Ninja‖ will work on listening and LORI‘S STORIES

Anything goes! Instructor:
Alice Power.


discipline skills required in elementary school, while (Ages 4-6) Enjoy
different stories, activities, and
building confidence and self-esteem
crafts with Ms. Lori and your friends. Snack provided.
401201-01 $55.00
401109-01 $159.00 Instructor: Lori Sullivan.
M
8/3-8/17
9:00A-11:00A


401116-01 $15.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/22-6/26
9:30A-12:00P
401109-02 $159.00 M
8/10-8/10
10:00A-12:00P
MONSTER CARTOON CAMP
401116-02 $15.00 (Ages 6-12) Learn to draw wild faces, exaggerated

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/13-7/17
9:30A-12:00P


features and scary bodies with Young Rembrandts.


M
8/17-8/17
10:00A-12:00P

401109-03 $159.00

Pencils, color pencils, markers and Sharpies will be

401116-03 $15.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/10-8/14
9:30A-12:00P
used.


M
8/24-8/24
10:00A-12:00P


401202-01 $102.00
TODDLER TIME

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7
1:30P- 3:00P


(Ages 1½-3) This is a great, first class where social-AFRICAN ANIMALS
ization and sharing are stressed. Children play with (Ages 3-5) Come
along on a safari and learn about
toys, listen to music, and make a craft. Parents at-animals that Ms. Lori
visited in Africa! Bring a lunch.


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SUMMER ART CAMP
SUMMERTIME SIBLINGS TAI CHI

(Ages 6-12) We will draw a variety of awe-inspiring (Ages 2-10) Bring
your children for story, art, and play (Ages 16 & up) Tai Chi increases
relaxation aware-
images from familiar artistic masters,
like Lichtenstein time. Educational activities encourage sibling interac-
ness, as well as mind and body coordination while
and Cezanne, while exploring different media.
We tion. Bring lunch. Instructor: Lori Sullivan.
improving posture, breathing and balance. Instructor:
become Masters ourselves! No experience neces-Bob Gardner.


401211-01 $20.00
1st child


sary.
Wear an old t-shirt or art smock on the last day.


401503-01 $110.00/
Beginner


W
7/8-7/8
9:30A-12:30P

Instructor:
Young Rembrandt‘s.


M,W
6/1-7/22
10:30A-11:30A

401211-02 $10.00
2nd child

401204-01 $102.00


401503-02 $110.00
Intermediate


W
7/8-7/8
9:30A-12:30P

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31
1:30P- 3:00P


401211-03 $20.00
1st child
M,W
6/1-7/22
9:30A-10:30A


401503-03 $110.00
Advanced

W
7/15-7/15
9:30A-12:30P

DIETRICH‘S DRAGON ADVENTURES CAMP

M,W
6/1-7/22
8:30A- 9:30A

401211-04 $10.00
2nd child

(Ages 6-12) These action-packed, Dragon Adventure
Games not only build campers‘ confidence but teach W
7/15-7/15
9:30A-12:30P
them important life skills like focus, teamwork,
401211-05 $20.00
1st child
TOTAL BODY WORKOUT
control, discipline, fitness, coordination, stranger (Ages 18 & up) Join
this exciting fitness program.
The

W
7/22-7/22
9:30A-12:30P

awareness, fire safety, bully basics, goal setting , and
first class is free! Punch card is good for morning or

401211-06 $10.00
2nd child

handling tempers with Dietrich‘s Cool Down. Pack a evening.
W
7/22-7/22
9:30A-12:30P

daily lunch and 2 snacks.
401505-01 $100.00
15 sessions
401211-07 $20.00
1st child

401205-01 $225.00
M,W
on-going
6:30P- 7:45P
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/17-8/21
7:30A- 6:00P
W
7/29-7/29
9:30A-12:30P
401505-02 $100.00
15 sessions
401211-08 $10.00
2nd child

401205-02 $225.00
T,Th
on-going
9:15A-10:15A
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/24-8/28
7:30A- 6:00P
W
7/29-7/29
9:30A-12:30P
401205-03 $225.00


MULTI-AGE PROGRAMS

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/31-9/4
7:30A- 6:00P
KIDS ENHANCED DEVELOPMENTAL SKILLS
(Ages 5-6) This camp is designed for children enter-DIETRICH‘S FAMILY
KARATE
ing kindergarten. Goals are to enhance the following (Ages 6 & up)
Benefits of this fun family activity

ALPHABET SCAVENGER HUNT

skills: reading, writing, small gross motor skills, math,
include getting off the couch, fitness, and working
(Ages 5-7) Learn about the alphabet while you are on

science, and social interaction. Bring a snack and a
together on building confidence, self-esteem, focus,


the hunt inside and outside. Review letters and their

lunch. Instructor: Pam Hummel.
and more!

sound. Bring a lunch with you.
401212-01 $160.00 401700-01 $120.00

401206-01 $16.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/17-8/21
9:00A- 1:00P
Tu
6/23-8/11
6:30P- 7:15P

W
6/24-6/24
10:00A-12:30P
401700-02 $120.00


MIDDLE SCHOOL AGE Sa
6/27-8/22
11:00A-11:45A

LORI‘S WORLD TRAVEL ADVENTURES

(Ages 5-8) We will learn about different countries PROGRAMS
through activities, pictures, games and crafts. Bring a

DIETRICH‘S KICKBOXING
lunch from home. Instructor: Lori Sullivan.
CORE STRENGTH TRAINING (Ages 13 & up) A power punching workout, for those
401207-01 $18.00
African Animals
(Ages 8-13) This class consists of basic weight bored with the spa scene.
Release the kick-boxer

training and core strengthening. Instructor: Robert
deep inside us all!

W
8/5-8/5
10:00A-12:30P
Jackson.


401701-01 $120.00

401207-02 $18.00
Mt. Kilimanjaro


401301-01 $290.00


Tu
6/23-6/27
7:15P- 8:00P

W
8/12-8/12
10:00A-12:30P


M,W,F
6/22-7/31
4:00P- 5:00P


401701-02 $120.00

401207-03 $18.00
Egypt
Sa
6/27-8/22
11:45A-12:30P

W
8/19-8/19
10:00A-12:30P


HIGH SCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS

401207-04 $18.00
Australia
DIETRICH‘S MIXED MARTIAL ARTS

W
8/26-8/26
10:00A-12:30P
WEIGHT TRAINING

(Ages 13 & up) Karate, Muay Thai Boxing, Grappling,


(Ages 14-18) This program focuses the complete
Jiu-jitsu,
Aiki-jitsu, Kickboxing, Ground Fighting, and

athlete through power, strength, speed, flexibility, and

DAD‘S DAY BBQ APRON
Fitness - all is one action-packed class.

conditioning. Instructor: Robert Jackson.


(Ages 5-8) See description for Ages 3-5.


401702-01 $120.00

401401-01 $290.00

401208-01 $20.00


Tu
6/23-8/11
8:00P- 8:45P

M,W,F
6/22-7/31
5:00P- 6:00P

W
6/17-6/17
11:30A- 1:45P


FITNESS ROOM

PILATES

FUN FURRY FLIP FLOPS
(Ages 16 & up) Get back in shape or just tone up.


(Ages 18 & up) Improve your posture and gain long,

(Ages 6-10) Make your own custom designed
$100.00 gets you a 6 month membership. Must sign

lean, toned muscles, a strong back, a flat belly, and a

flip-flops.
Add some furry fun to your feet! Supplies
up in person at LVCC.
calm mind with this workout! Mat Certified Instructor:


included in fee. Instructor: Stephanie Royhab.


Peggy Carter.
401706-01 $100.00
6 months.
401209-01 $18.00

401501-01 $64.00 M-Sa
on-going
7:00A- 9:30P
Tu
7/7-7/7
10:00A-12:00P


F
7/17-8/21
8:00A- 8:30A
401706-02 $200.00
1 year.


401501-02 $96.00
Advanced
M-Sa
on-going
7:00A- 9:30P
FIRE WORKS T-SHIRT

F
7/17-8/21
8:30A- 9:15A
401706-03 $100.00
Sr/Students 1 yr.


(Ages 5-8) See description for Ages 3-5.


M-Sa
on-going
7:00A- 9:30P

401210-01 $20.00
M
6/29-6/29
12:00P- 2:15P
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ADULT AGE PROGRAMS 3-year-old class 402101-04 $45.00

M,Tu,W
8:30A-11:00A
Tu,W,Th
7/7-7/9
11:00A-12:30P

PILATES

3 ½-year-old class 402101-05 $45.00

(Ages 18 & up) Improve your posture and gain long,
lean, toned muscles, a strong back, a flat belly, and a M,Tu,W
8:30A-11:00A
Tu,W,Th
7/14-7/16
11:00A-12:30P
calm mind with this workout! Mat Certified Instructor:
4-year-old class 402101-06 $45.00
Peggy Carter.


M,Tu,W
12:00P-2:30P
Tu,W,Th
7/21-7/23
11:00A-12:30P


401501-01 $64.00

402101-07 $45.00

F
7/17-8/21 8:00A- 8:30A


PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS Tu,W,Th
7/28-7/30
11:00A-12:30P
401501-02 $96.00
Advanced


402101-08 $45.00

FUN WITH MS. SUE

F
7/17-8/21 8:30A- 9:15A
Tu,W,Th
8/4-8/6
11:00A-12:30P

(Ages 3-5) Each week we‘ll discover something new!

402101-09 $45.00

Bring a snack and we‘ll make a craft. Instructor: Sue

TAI CHI

Cangemi.
Tu,W,Th
8/11-8/13
11:00A-12:30P


(Ages 16 & up) Tai Chi increases relaxation aware


402101-10 $45.00

402109-01 $20.00
Dinos Rock

ness, as well as mind and body coordination while
improving posture, breathing and balance. Instructor:
M,Tu
6/15-6/16
9:30A-11:00A
Tu,W,Th
8/18-8/20
11:00A-12:30P
Bob Gardner.


402109-02 $20.00
Rollin‘, Rollin‘, Rollin‘


401503-01 $110.00/
Beginner
M,Tu
6/22-6/23
9:30A-11:00A
STAY & PLAY
M,W
6/1-7/22
10:30A-11:30A
402109-03 $20.00
American Girl Spa
(Ages 3½-5) Bring a lunch and continue the fun of
401503-02 $110.00
Intermediate
Kidz Krew. Playground and gym time.


M,Tu
6/29-6/30
9:30A-11:00A
M,W
6/1-7/22 9:30A-10:30A
402109-04 $20.00
Wild,
Wild West
402102-01 $25.00


401503-03 $110.00
Advanced
Tu,W,Th
6/16-6/18
12:30P- 1:30P

M,Tu
7/6-7/7
9:30A-11:00A
M,W
6/1-7/22 8:30A- 9:30A


402102-02 $25.00
Tu,W,Th
6/23-6/25
12:30P- 1:30P

MOMMY & ME BALLET
402102-03 $25.00

(Ages 2-3) Introductory class designed for child and
TOTAL BODY WORKOUT parent together. Instructor: Hannah Oberlander.
Tu,W,Th
6/30-7/2
12:30P- 1:30P
(Ages 18 & up) Join this exciting fitness program.
The 402102-04 $25.00

402108-01 $40.00

first class is free! Punch card is good for morning or

M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/15-6/19
9:00A- 9:45A
Tu,W,Th
7/7-7/9
12:30P- 1:30P


evening.


402102-05 $25.00


401505-01 $100.00
15 sessions


PRE-BALLET Tu,W,Th
7/14-7/16
12:30P- 1:30P


M,W
on-going 6:30P- 7:45P


(Ages 4-5) Introduction to choreographed ballet 402102-06 $25.00


401505-02 $100.00
15 sessions


combinations using props and music.
Wear comfort-

Tu,W,Th
7/21-7/23
12:30P- 1:30P


T,Th
on-going 9:15A-10:15A
able clothing. Ballet slippers preferred, not required.


402102-07 $25.00

Instructor: Hannah Oberlander.


LOVETTSVILLE
COMMUNITY CENTER
Tu,W,Th
7/28-7/30
12:30P- 1:30P
402104-01 $40.00

402102-08 $25.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/15-6/19
10:00A-10:45A


Tu,W,Th
8/4-8/6
12:30P- 1:30P

402104-02 $40.00

402102-09 $25.00

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/6-7/10
9:00A- 9:45A

57 E. Broad Way
Tu,W,Th
8/11-8/13
12:30P- 1:30P
Lovettsville,
VA 20180
402102-10 $25.00

BALLET/TAP COMBO

540-822-5284 Tu,W,Th
8/18-8/20
12:30P- 1:30P

(Ages 4-5) Ballet and tap movements with props and

M-Th 7:00A-7:00P F 7:00A-6:30P


music. No experience required.
Wear comfortable
Supply & material fees are payable to the clothing. Ballet slippers
preferred.
Tap shoes required.
SUMMER TWOS AND THREES
instructor at the first class. Instructor: Hannah Oberlander.
(Ages 2½-3½) Introduce your child to a group setting
402110-01 $40.00 through music, art and games. Bring a small snack.
M,T,W,Th,F 6/15-6/19
11:00A-11:45A
402105-01 $44.00
For complete Lovettsville CC

402110-02 $32.00
Tu,W
6/23-7/1
8:30A-10:00A

Summer Camp information, pick

up a copy of the 2009 Summer M,T,W,Th 6/22-6/25
9:00A-9:45A
402105-02 $44.00
Camp Guide at PRCS centers and Tu,W
7/7-7/15
8:30A-10:00A
parks, visit www.loudoun.gov/ 402105-03 $44.00

KIDZ KREW

camps, or call 540-822-5284.

(Ages 3½-5) Have a blast with your friends this sum-Tu,W
7/21-7/29
8:30A-10:00A
mer! Arts, crafts, sports, music, and more.
402105-04 $44.00

LICENSED PRESCHOOL CLASSES 402101-01 $45.00 Tu,W
8/4-8/12
8:30A-10:00A


State-licensed, nine-month preschool program that Tu,W,Th
6/16-6/18
11:00A-12:30P
follows the National Association for the Education of 402101-02 $45.00
PRESCHOOL DRAMA
Young Children‘s recommended Creative Curriculum Tu,W,Th
6/23-6/25
11:00A-12:30P
(Ages 3-5) Act out your favorite fairytales. Informal

Approach to Learning.
The State Department of Social presentation on the last day. Bring a
snack. Instructor:


402101-03 $45.00

Services requires proof of age and current immuniza-Annemaire Allen.


Tu,W,Th
6/30-7/2
11:00A-12:30P

tions, and a child care application form. Must register

402121-01 $45.00

on site and pay a $45/registration fee.


Tu,W,Th
6/23-6/25
9:30A-11:00A


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SPORTIES CAMP BALLET/TAP COMBO M
6/29-6/29
10:00A- 1:30P
(Ages 3-5) Develop kicking, running, throwing,


(Ages 6-12) See description for Ages 4-5.
402224-02 $30.00

catching, and good sportsmanship skills during our

402204-01 $40.00
Ages 6-8
M
7/13-7/13
10:00A- 1:30P

summer version of Sporties 4 Shorties. Instructor:


M,T,W,Th
6/22-6/25
10:00A-11:00A
402224-03 $30.00

Annemaire Allen.
402204-02 $40.00
Ages 9-12
M
8/10-8/10
10:00A- 1:30P

402106-01 $30.00

M,T,W,Th
6/22-6/25 11:15A-12:15P

Tu,W,Th
6/30-7/2
10:00A-11:00A


AMERICAN GIRL SPA

402106-02 $30.00

KIDZ ZONE (Ages 6-11) We‘ll give ourselves and our dolls a

Tu,W,Th
7/7-7/9
10:00A-11:00A
make-over. Please bring a lunch. Instructor: Sue

(Ages 6-11) Swimming, sports, arts, crafts, trips and

Cangemi.

more. Please bring a lunch. Instructor: Denise Dant.


SUPER SCIENCE

402241-01 $40.00

402200-01 $85.00

(Ages 3-5) Discover amazing facts & perform

M,Tu
6/29-6/30
11:30A- 1:30P

simple experiments in this hands-on science class.
Tu,W,Th
6/23-6/25
9:30A- 1:30P
Instructor:
Annemaire Allen.
402200-02 $85.00
DIETRICH‘S DRAGON ADVENTURE CAMP

402113-01 $30.00 Tu,W,Th
6/30-7/2
9:30A- 1:30P


(Ages 6-12) This camp builds confidence and

F
7/10-7/10
10:00A- 1:30P
402200-03 $85.00

teaches life skills including focus, teamwork, memory,


Tu,W,Th
7/7-7/9
9:30A- 1:30P
discipline, fitness, coordination, karate, fire safety,
FUN WITH PHONICS 402200-04 $85.00 bully basics, goal setting, and
handling tempers with
(Ages 4½-6) Jump start to alphabet sounds through Dietrich‘s Cool Down.
Bring lunch and two snacks.


Tu,W,Th
7/14-7/16
9:30A- 1:30P

games, oral exercises, worksheets, practice skills,
Dragon Uniform required. Order online @ www.


402200-05 $85.00

and sight identification. Instructor:
Annemaire Allen.
dkskick.com with code ―LCC.‖ Instructor: Dietrich‘s
Tu,W,Th
7/21-7/23
9:30A- 1:30P
Karate Studio.


402122-01 $80.00
402200-06 $85.00

Tu,W,Th
7/14-7/30
10:00A-11:00A
402201-01 $159.00
Tu,W,Th
7/28-7/30
9:30A- 1:30P


M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/6-7/10
9:00A-12:00P


402200-07 $85.00

WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE 402201-02 $159.00

(Ages 3-5) Bring your swimsuit,
sunscreen,
towel,
and Tu,W,Th
8/4-8/6
9:30A- 1:30P
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/10-8/14
9:00A-12:00P
water shoes and prepare to get wet! Bring a lunch 402200-08 $85.00
402201-03 $225.00


and water. Instructor:
Annemarie Allen.


Tu,W,Th
8/18-8/20
9:30A- 1:30P
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/17-8/21
7:30A- 6:00P


402107-01 $30.00

402200-09 $85.00

402201-04 $225.00


F
7/17-7/17
10:00A- 1:30P


Tu,W,Th
8/25-8/27
9:30A- 1:30P


M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/24-8/28
7:30A- 6:00P


GLAMOUR DAY

GIRLS DAY OUT

BEGINNER BALLET

(Ages 3-5) Paint your nails, share beauty secrets and

(Ages 6-11) Each week we‘ll make a craft, eat lunch,
(Ages 6-12) Students continue to use props and are

pamper yourself. Bring a lunch. Instructor:
Annemarie

go swimming, and have fun! Bring lunch. Cost in-
introduced to the ballet barre. No experience required.


Allen.


cludes pool admission. Instructor: Sue Cangemi.


Wear comfortable clothing. Ballet slippers preferred.


402114-01 $30.00

402223-01 $25.00
Flip Flops
Instructor: Hannah Oberlander.
F
7/24-7/24
10:00A- 1:30P


W
6/24-6/24
10:00A-12:30P
402202-01 $50.00
Ages 6-8
402223-02 $25.00
Chocolate Lovers
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/6-7/10
10:00A-11:00A
CLUE CLUB

W
7/1-7/1
10:00A-12:30P
402202-02 $50.00
Ages 9-12

(Ages 3-5) Play detective while following clues to

402223-03 $25.00
Card Making
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/6-7/10
11:15A-12:15P

hidden boxes around the community center. Bring a

W
7/8-7/8
10:00A-12:30P
lunch. Instructor:
Annemarie Allen.


JR. DRAWING CAMPS

402115-01 $30.00

(Ages 5-7) Step-by-step drawing techniques ensure

DIP AND DODGE

F
7/31-7/31
10:00A- 1:30P


success! Pencils, color pencils, markers and Sharpies

(Ages 6-11) Classic, Scramble,
War, Dr. Dodge,
Ultra Ball, Battleship - we‘ll play these versions of

are used. Instruction by Young Rembrandts.
ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS dodgeball and cool off at the pool. Bring lunch.
Cost 402169-01 $61.00
Princess Drawing
includes pool admission. Instructor: Denise Dant.
Tu,W,Th
7/14-7/16
10:00A-11:30A

CLUB POKEMON

402242-01 $30.00

(Ages 6-11) Play Pokemon games with friends and go 402169-02 $61.00
Transportation Drawing
swimming. Cost includes pool admission. Bring lunch.
F
6/26-6/26
10:00A- 1:30P
Tu,W,Th
7/21-7/23
10:00A-11:30A
Instructor:
Annemarie Allen.
402242-02 $30.00

402222-01 $30.00 F
7/10-7/10
10:00A- 1:30P
AMAZING ATHLETES
M
6/22-6/22
10:00A- 1:30P
402242-03 $30.00 (Ages 6-8) This tried and tested, fun-filled sport
pro402222-
02 $30.00 F
8/21-8/21
10:00A- 1:30P
gram incorporates physical fitness, muscle tone, and
gross motor skills while playing a variety of sports.


M
7/6-7/6
10:00A- 1:30P


Instructor:
Amazing Athletes.


CRAZY GAMES & MORE

402270-01 $50.00

402222-03 $30.00 (Ages 6-11) Gym games, lunch & pool time. Cost

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24
10:00A-11:00A

includes pool admission. Bring lunch. Instructor:


M
8/3-8/3
10:00A- 1:30P


Annemarie Allen.
402270-02 $50.00
402224-01 $30.00 M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31
10:00A-11:00A


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LUCKETTS COMMUNITY CENTER 703-771-5281


IRISH DANCE SOCIAL SENIORS 409101-05 $100.00
Big Top Circus and Zoo
(Ages 6-12) Participants will learn the basic steps (Ages 55 & up) Home
cooked meals and great social-

M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3-8/7
9:00A-12:00P


of Irish dancing, as well as rhythm and timing of jigs ization. Please
call the center by the Tuesday before if

409101-06 $100.00
Fun with Art


and reels. No experience required.
Wear comfortable you plan to attend.


M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/10-8/14
9:00A-12:00P

clothing. Instructor: Katherine Boltz.
Pay at Door $5.00

402240-01 $60.00
Ages 6-9
1st 3rd
Th
6/18-8/6
12:00P- 2:00P


STORY TIME

Tu,W,Th
7/21-7/23
12:00P- 2:00P


(Ages 1½-5) Join us every Monday morning as we

402240-02 $90.00
Ages 10-12


MULTI-AGE PROGRAMS read the newest children‘s stories as well as the
Tu,W,Th
7/28-7/30
12:00P- 3:00P


wonderful old classics.

LETTERBOXING

Free event

(Ages 9-16) Join in the nation‘s newest hiking sport.


INTRO TO DRAWING

M
6/15-8/31
9:00A- 9:30A

We‘ll create our own stamps and journals, then hit

(Ages 7-12)
Drawing is easier than you think when

the road to find several boxes.
Wear boots and bring

each step is taught in an easy to learn format with

a backpack, lunch, and water. Instructor: Beth Lucas


TUMBLING TYKES

simple, useful techniques. Session 2 builds on skills

402700-01 $48.00 (Ages 2-4) Channel your child‘s energy with this in-

from session 1 using charcoal and pastels.
You‘ll also

troduction to tumbling, balance beam, floor exercises

learn how to create a funny caricature. Bring a favor-Sa
6/27-6/27
9:00A- 5:00P


and more.

ite picture/photograph. Instructor: Deanna Smith.
402700-02 $48.00
409103-01 $15.00
402293-01 $30.00 Sa
7/11-7/11
9:00A- 5:00P


W
6/24-7/8
5:45P- 6:45P
F
6/19&6/26
10:00A-10:45A


402293-02 $40.00 409103-02 $15.00

BIKE DECORATING WORKSHOP

W
7/22-8/12
5:45P- 6:45P


F
7/10&7/17
10:00A-10:45A
Independence Day! All supplies provided. Decorated 409103-03 $15.00
JAYDEES FAMILY FUN CENTER bike contest follows the workshop.
All participants are

(All ages) Bring your bike or riding toy to decorate for

F
8/7&8/14
10:00A-10:45A

(Ages 6-11) We‘ll head out to Jay Dee‘s Family Fun invited to join in the
parade.
Center in Inwood,
WV, where you‘ll enjoy bumper

402703-01 $7.00

boats, miniature golf and more! Cost includes admis-AMAZING ATHLETES

F
7/3-7/3
4:00P- 5:15P

sion, lunch and transportation. Register by 7/28.
(Ages 2½- 6) Develop gross motor skills, muscle
402225-01 $32.00
LUCKETTS
COMMUNITY CENTER
tone, and overall fitness. Enhance hand-eye coordina-
W
8/5-8/5
11:30A-4:00P


tion and brain development.
Action- packed class.
409104-01 $42.00
TALLY HO THEATRE

M
6/22-7/13
11:30A-12:15P
(Ages 6-11) We‘ll travel to the historic Tally Ho 409104-02 $42.00

42361 Lucketts Road

Theatre in Leesburg to see ―Kung Fu Panda‖ (PG)..


M
7/20-8/10
11:30A-12:15P


After the film, we‘ll have lunch at IHOP. Cost includes Leesburg,
VA 20176
admission, lunch, and transportation. Register by 8/7.
703-771-5281

FUTURE STARS T-BALL

402226-01 $15.00

Th 7:00A-9:00P


(Ages 3 ½-5) Future baseball stars get a head start.

Tu
8/11-8/11
10:15A-3:00P


M,
Tu,
W, F 7:00A-6:30P Sa 9:00A-12:00P


Fun and exercise all in one.
Supply & material fees are payable to the

409105-01 $45.00

DUCK PIN BOWLING

instructor at the first class.

Th
6/25-7/16
11:30A-12:15P

(Ages 6-11) Join us on a trip to Dual Lanes in to
Hagerstown, MD. Cost includes 3 games, shoe rental,



409105-02 $45.00

For complete Lucketts CC

lunch ,and transportation. Register by 8/13.


Summer Camp information, pick Th
7/23-8/13
11:30A-12:15P


402227-01 $30.00

up a copy of the 2009 Summer

M
8/24-8/24
11:00A-4:00P


Camp Guide at PRCS centers and

LITTLE PRINCESS TEA PARTY AND SHOW

parks, visit www.loudoun.gov/

(Ages 4-7) You are invited to a ―Special Tea‖ and per-

camps, or call 703-771-5281.

ADVENTURE PARK USA

formance of High School Musical 2 by the Growing

(Ages 6-11) We‘ll take you and your friends to
Stage.
Wear your prettiest dress!


Adventure Park USA in New Market, MD for three

409106-01 $15.00

hours of fun! Go karts, roller coasters, rock wall PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS
climbing, and much more! Bring money for lunch.


F
7/24-7/24
12:00P- 2:00P


SUMMER ADVENTURES WITH MISS DONNA

Cost includes attractions and transportation. Register

(Ages 3 1/2 -5) Each week features field trips,


by 8/18.


LEGGO MY EGGO

crafts and learning activities. Pack a nut-free snack.


402228-01 $30.00

(Ages 4-7) See what you can build with Legos. Enjoy

Instructor: Donna VanWagoner, Certified Preschool

M
8/24-8/24 11:30A-4:00P


an ―Eggo‖ waffle with ice cream after your hard work.


Teacher.


409107-01 $7.00

409101-01 $100.00
Summer Fun
SENIOR ADULT PROGRAMS W
8/5-8/5
12:00P- 1:00P

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/6-7/10
9:00A-12:00P
BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS 409101-02 $100.00
Under the Sea
(Ages 18 & up) Keep tabs on your health! The ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS

M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/13-7/17
9:00A-12:00P


Loudoun Mobile Care Unit will be at the center for

409101-03 $100.00
Outer Space


KIDS COLLAGE FAMILY PICNIC

blood pressure checks. No registration required.


M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/20-7/24
9:00A-12:00P
(Ages 5-12) A picnic supper and a kickball game

Free event

409101-04 $100.00
Wild,
Wild West
between the kids and the parents and staff make for

1st 3rd
Th
6/18-8/6
11:30A-12:30P


a grand summer evening.


M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/27-7/31
9:00A-12:00P


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MIDDLEBURG COMMUNITY CENTER 540-687-6375


409201-01 $10.00/family
F
6/26-6/26
6:00P- 8:00P


PIZZA & SPORTS

(Ages 9-12) Enjoy an evening of pizza and sports with

your friends.
409202-01 $10.00
F
7/17-7/17
4:00P- 7:00P
409202-02 $10.00
F
8/14-8/14
4:00P- 7:00P


CARTOONING UNDER THE SEA DRAWING

(Ages 6-12) We‘ll draw fish with special expressions
and a large scene of the coral environment.
Visit
www.youngrembrandts.com for more information.
Instruction by Young Rembrandts.


609217-01 $80.00

M,W,F
8/31,9/2,9/4
1:00P- 3:00P


MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL AGE
PROGRAMS


JAMMIN‘ THURSDAYS

(Ages 12-18) Jam on our stage every Thursday evening.
Please call 703-771-5281 to let us know you
are coming.


Free event

Th
6/25-8/13
7:00P- 9:00P


TEEN CONDITIONING

(Ages 11-16 coed) This program focuses on becoming
a well-conditioned athlete through power,
strength, speed, flexibility and conditioning.
All levels
welcome. Instructor: Robert Jackson, Certified Youth
Fitness Instructor.


409302-01 $194.00/both days
Th
6/25-7/30
6:00P- 7:00P
Sa
6/27-8/1
9:00A-10-:00A


TWO ON TWO TOURNAMENTS

(Ages 12-18) Win the bragging rights, and movie
tickets, as the Lucketts‘ Champions of 2-on-2 tournaments.


409303-01 $10.00
Basketball & Horseshoes
F
7/31-7/31
7:00P- 9:00P
409303-02 $10.00
Basketball & Volleyball
F
8/28-8/28
7:00P- 9:00P


MULTI AGE PROGRAMS


CHINESE CALLIGRAPHY

(Ages 16 & up) An ancient and beautiful art form.
Learn simple characters and create your own project.
Supplies available from instructor. Instructor: Peggy
Leung.


409501-01 $20.00
Sa
6/13-6/20
9:15A-11:15A


SENIOR POT LUCK LUNCHEON

(Ages 55& up) Great Food! Wonderful folks! Bring a
dish to share.


Free event

W
6/17,7/15,8/19
11:00A- 1:00P


LUCKETTS LITERATI

(Ages 18 & up) A well-established book club with
lively discussions and camaraderie. Call for current
book title.


Pay at door $3.00

Th
6/25,7/23,8/27
7:30P-9:00P


QUILTING AND SEWING ―BEE‖

(Ages 18 & up) Novice and experienced sewers and
quilters bring their handiwork and spend a pleasant
evening sharing ideas, tips and techniques.


Pay at door $3.00

M
6/22,7/27,8/24
7:30P- 9:00P


YOGA-PILATES (YOGALATES)

(Ages 18 & up) Practice Hatha Yoga (Ashtanga
Vinyasa) and Pilates for flexibility, core strength and a
clear mind. Instructor: Peggy Leung.


409505-01 $56.00
Sa
6/27-8/29
9:15A-10:30A


INTRODUCTION TO CROCHET

(Ages 18 & up) Crochet is a relaxing, fun and creative
craft. Bring a size ―J‖ hook and some worsted weight
yarn.


409506-01 $21.00
Tu
7/7-7/21
10:00A-11:00A


MIDDLEBURG
COMMUNITY CENTER
300 West Washington Street, P.O. Box 888
Middleburg,
VA 20118


540-687-6375

Revised Summer Hours
M-F 8:30A-5:00P


Supply & material fees are payable to the
instructor at the first class.


For complete MIddleburg CC
Summer Camp information, pick
up a copy of the 2009 Summer
Camp Guide at PRCS centers and
parks, visit www.loudoun.gov/
camps, or call 540-687-6375.

2009-2010 LICENSED PROGRAMS

Please call for space availability and registration

information.
There is $45.00 non-refundable registration fee for all
licensed programs.


CREATIVE PRESCHOOL (AGES 3½-5)

Our preschool program provides a rich classroom environment
where children are encouraged to explore,
are challenged to learn.


$410.00
M-F
9/8-5/31
9:00A- 1:00P
$235.00
M,W,F
9/8-5/31
9:00A- 1:00P
$175.00
Tu,Th
9/8-5/31
9:00A- 1:00P


CREATIVE PRESCHOOL (AGES 2½-3½)

Our preschool program provides a rich classroom environment
where children are encouraged to explore
and are challenged to learn.


$175.00

M,W,F
9/8-5/31
9:00A-11:30A


AFTER KINDERGARTEN CARE (AGES 5-6)

Join us for games and activities, library time, outdoor
play, and fun. Ride the bus from Middleburg
Elementary. Registration is required and child care
paperwork must be on file.


$300.00/Month
M-F
9/8-6/15
11:00A- 2:30P
$190.00/Month
M,W,F
9/8-6/15
11:00A- 2:30P
$135.00/Month
Tu,Th
9/8-6/15
11:00A- 2:30P
KID‘S CLUB AFTER SCHOOL (AGES 5-12)

See description for After Kindergarten Care.
$275.00/Month
M-F
9/8-6/19
2:30P- 6:00P
$165.00/Month
3 days/wk
9/8-6/15
2:30P- 6:00P


$110.00

2 days/wk
9/8-6/15
2:30P- 6:00P


PRESCHOOL & ELEMENTARY
AGE PROGRAMS


PARENTS‘ NIGHT OUT

(Ages 4-12) Parents‘ can enjoy a night out while we
entertain children with a cook-out, outdoor water
games, and more. Registration required. For more

information call 540-687-6375.
408204-01 $20.00
F 8/7-8/7
Cook-Out
6:00P- 9:00P
BRUSH-UP CAMP

(9-13) Brush-Up Camp helps students prepare for
school by reviewing math and written language skills.
Come and brush up on education! Registration required.
For more information call 540-687-6375.


408708-01 $120.00
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/10-8/14
9:30A-11:30A


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PHILOMONT COMMUNITY CENTER 540-338-5882


ADULT PROGRAMS


BALLROOM DANCE

(Ages 18 & up) Learn the art of dance.
These moves
taught by instructor Jason Conrad will give you the
confidence to try these moves on the dance floor.


408501-01 $80.00
Swing I
M
7/6-8/24
7:15P- 8:15P
408501-02 $80.00
Tango II
M
7/6-8/24
8:15P- 9:15P


PHILOMONT
COMMUNITY CENTER
36592 Jeb Stuart Road
Philomont,
VA 20131


540-338-5882

M-F 8:30A-4:00P


Supply & material fees are payable to the
instructor at the first class.


For complete Philomont CC
Summer Camp information, pick
up a copy of the 2009 Summer
Camp Guide at PRCS centers and
parks, visit www.loudoun.gov/
camps, or call 540-338-5882.

LICENSED PRESCHOOL 2009/10

(Ages 2 ½ -5) We offer a nine-month preschool
program which follows the Loudoun County school
calendar.
The State Department of Social Services
requires proof of age and current immunizations,
and a childcare application. Our program follows
the National Association for the Education of Young
Children‘s recommended Creative Curriculum
Approach to Learning. Call for available openings in
current year classes.
We are accepting applications
for the 2009-10 school year. Students must be potty
trained and the required age by 9/30/09.


INSTRUCTORS WANTED

Fitness, music, arts or cooking we‘re looking for
instructors who are willing to share their talents with
the community.
There are also opportunities for revenue
sharing business partnerships with PRCS.


Call 540-338-5882 for details.


PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS


JUNIOR REMBRANDTS DRAWING

(Ages 3-5) Young Rembrandts‘ instruction concentrates
on drawing and coloring while we develop fine
motor skills, focus, listening, staying on task, patience
and spatial organization.


411100-01 $67.50
(No class 7/3)
F
6/26-7/31
10:00A-11:00A


411100-02 $67.50

F
8/07-9/04
10:00A-11:00A


SUMMER LUNCH BUNCH

(Ages 3-5) Celebrate summer with us twice a month.
Bring your lunch and enjoy a good time with songs,
games, crafts, and other fun activities.
411102-01 $24.00
Th
6/11, 6/25
12:30P- 1:30P
411102-02 $24.00
Th
7/9, 7/23
12:30P- 1:30P
411102-03 $12.00
Th
8/6-8/6
12:30P- 1:30P


OUT TO THE BALL GAME

(Ages 3-5) T-Ball basics will be taught. Join us for a
hot dog and other ball game foods!


411103-01 $18.00

M
6/8-6/8
11:00A-12:30P


411103-02 $18.00

M
8/10-8/10
11:00A-12:30P


PAINTING: NO BRUSHES ALLOWED

(Ages 3-5) Watch as your child goes beyond the
expected and discovers new and exciting paint possibilities,
twice a month.


411104-01 $24.00
M
6/15-6/29
10:00A-11:00A
411104-02 $24.00
M
7/6-7/20
10:00A-11:00A


411104-03 $10.00
M
8/3-8/3
10:00A-11:00A


WET ‗N WILD DAY

(Ages 3-5) Cool off in our kiddie pool and sprinklers.
Pack a lunch for an outdoor picnic.
411105-01 $12.00
W
7/1-7/1
11:00A-1:00P


DOUGHNUTS WITH DADS

(Ages 3-5) Celebrate Father‘s Day by sharing an early
morning breakfast with Dad before camp!


411106-01 $5.00

Tu
6/23-6/23
9:00A- 9:30A


NATIONAL WATERMELON DAY

(Ages 3-5) Enjoy sweet treats, and discover lots of
refreshing recipes for summer!


411107-01 $14.00

Tu
7/28-7/28
12:30P- 1:30P


MIX-IT-UP

(Ages 3-5) Kids enjoy making a mess and there‘s no
clean up for you! Make slime, finger paint, and other
creations.


411108-01 $12.00
W
8/12-8/12
12:30P- 1:30P
TOOTHFAIRY DAY

(Ages 3-5) Celebrate National Tooth Fairy Day with
educational games, craft and stories.


411109-01 $15.00

Th
8/13-8/13
10:00A-11:30A


ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS


FUN WITH DRAWING

(Ages 6-12) The Young Rembrandts‘ curriculum is
designed to teach basic to advanced drawing skills,
art techniques and vocabulary using our innovative
step-by step drawing method.


411200-01 $67.50
No camp 7/3
F
6/26-7/31
11:15A-12:15P


411200-02 $67.50

F
8/7-9/4
11:15A-12:15P


FIELD TRIP FRIDAY CAMPS

(Ages 6-12) Take a break from the kids and let them
experience places like Half Moon Beach,
Wolf Trap,
water parks and more! Bring lunch unless otherwise
indicated. No camp 7/3.


411202-01 $35.00
Lazy River & Lunch in
Leesburg
F
6/26-6/26
10:00A- 3:00P
411202-02 $35.00
Dance, Music &
Lunch in Purcellville
F
7/10-7/10
10:00A- 3:00P
411202-03 $35.00
Billy B., Plunkett &
Tremolo @ Wolftrap
F
7/17-7/17
9:00A- 2:00P
411202-04 $35.00
Shenandoah Music


Theater in Winchester
F
7/24-7/24
1:00P- 6:00P
411202-05 $35.00
Loudoun 4H


Fair in Leesburg
F
7/31-7/31
10:00A- 3:00P
411202-06 $35.00
Rocknocerus &


Bob Brown Puppets @ Woftrap
F
8/7-8/7
9:00A- 2:00P
411202-07 $35.00
Lazy River & Lunch


in Leesburg
F
8/14-8/14
10:00A- 3:00P


LITTLE CHEFS-NATIONAL DAY OF ITALY

(Ages 5-10) Celebrate the National Day of Italy, enjoy
fabulous recipes and explore their culture.
411203-01 $12.00
Tu
6/2-6/2
3:15P- 4:15P
LEGO MY EGGO

(Ages 5-10) Enjoy a hearty breakfast while you compete
in a Lego Mania Competition. Bring your own
Legos.


411204-01 $15.00

F
6/26-6/26
9:30A-11:00A


411204-02 $15.00

F
7/24-7/24
9:30A-11:00P


411204-03 $15.00

F
8/14-8/14
9:30A-11:00A


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STERLING COMMUNITY CENTER
703-430-9480


OUT TO BALL GAME

STERLING
COMMUNITY CENTER
MOMMY AND ME PAINT POTTERY

(Ages 5-10) T-Ball basics will be taught. Join us for a

(Ages 3-5) Explore colors and paint as you and your
hot dog and other baseball foods.


child try painting your own pottery! New item each
411205-01 $18.00 week including tiles, mugs, plates, and a seasonal
120 Enterprise Street
item.

Tu
6/30-6/30
10:00A-11:30A


Sterling,
VA 20164
403103-01
$60.00

411205-02 $18.00

703-430-9480 Th
7/2-7/23
9:30A-10:30A

Tu
8/4-8/4
10:00A-11:30A


Fax: 703-421-3118
403103-02 $60.00
M-F 9:00A-9:00P, Sa 9:00A-5:00P
Th
7/30-8/20
9:30A-10:30A

WET ‗N WILD

Supply & material fees are payable to

(Ages 5-10) Cool kids, cool off with our slip & slide
instructor at the first class.

and sprinklers! Pack a snack and enjoy snow cones POTTERY FUN
for dessert!
(Ages 3-5) This summer have fun painting your own


For complete Sterling CC Summer

pottery! Choose from a mug, plate, tiles and much

411206-01 $12.00


Camp information, pick up a copy

more. Clay Cafe will show you how to create a

W
7/1-7/1
2:00P- 3:45P


of the 2009 Summer Camp Guide

memorable piece of art.


at PRCS centers and parks, visit

403104-01 $13.00

www.loudoun.gov/camps, or call

SWEET FANCY NANCY

703-430-9480. Sa
6/27-6/27
9:30A-10:30A

(Ages 5-10) Cool off this summer learning to make
a variety of refreshing summer treats. Some healthy,
403104-02 $13.00
some not!


Sa
7/18-7/18
9:30A-10:30A

PRESCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS

411207-01 $15.00
403104-03 $13.00
M
8/17-8/17
10:00A-11:30A
TOT DROP IN Sa
8/22-8/22
9:30A-10:30A
(Ages 5 & under) Our Wednesday/Friday ―Tot Drop In‖
will return in September.


MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL AGE
KINDERTOTS® THEME CLINICS

(Age 2) Toddlers explore their bodies and expand

PROGRAMS

INDOOR PLAYGROUND
their minds with gross motor development to familiar

BASKETBALL CAMPS (Ages 5 & under) Our Friday/Saturday ―Indoor songs and
themed creative movement activities
(Ages 6-11) Basketball co-ed. Learn the basic of the Playground‖ will
return in September.
Location: Sugarland Run HOA
game,
offense,
defense,
rebounding and ball handing.
403105-01 $25.00


411400-01 $95.00
Ages 6-10
DROP-IN ACTIVITIES CARD Tu,Th
7/21-7/23
9:45A-10:15A
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/6-7/10
9:00A-11:00A
(All ages) Purchase a drop-in card for Tot drop-in,
403105-02 $25.00
Indoor Playground, and Adult Volleyball. Good for 10

411400-02 $95.00
Ages 8-11
Tu,Th
7/28-7/30
9:45A-10:15A

visits 11th visit FREE!
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/13-7/17
9:00A-11:00A
403105-03 $25.00

403700-01 $25.00


Tu,Th
8/11-8/13
9:45A-10:15A
WACKY WEDNESDAY TRIP CAMPS 403105-04 $25.00

CRAFT AND A STORY

(Ages 9-14) On the road to SplashDown, Shadowland
Tu,Th
8/18-8/20
9:45A-10:15A

(Ages 2½-3) Read a story and then create a fun craft.


Laser Tag, Pump-It-Up, and other fun destinations.


Sign up for your favorite or all four!
403105-05 $25.00

Lunch provided.
403101-01 $6.00
Where the Wild Things Are
Tu,Th
8/25-8/27
9:45A-10:15A

411401-01 $40.00
Claude Moore Pool


W
6/24-6/24
2:30P- 3:15P

W
7/1-7/1
10:00A- 4:00P


KINDERMOTION® THEME CLINICS

403101-02 $6.00
The Bear Snores On
411401-02 $40.00
Pump-It-Up


(Ages 3-5) Combines floor gymnastics with social

W
7/15-7/15
2:30P- 3:15P

W
7/29-7/29
10:00A- 4:00P
and gross motor development, physical fitness,


403101-03 $6.00
Hippos Go Berserk

411401-03 $40.00
Fox Movie Theater
and movement education.
Theme-related activities
W
7/29-7/29
2:30P- 3:15P
enhance pre-academic learning of numbers, colors,


W
8/19-8/19
10:00A- 4:00P


403101-04 $6.00
If I Ran the Zoo
shapes and words.
W
8/12-8/12
2:30P- 3:15P
Location: Sugarland Run HOA

FUN WITH CARTOONING

403106-01 $30.00

(Ages 10-15) Create silly cartoon characters and

Tu,Th
7/21-7/23
10:30A-11:15A

funny expressions to convey moods sounds, and SUMMER CRAFT FUN
drawing sequences that tell a joke. Professional in-(Ages 3-5) Beat the
heat and create a fun craft at 403106-02 $30.00
struction by Young Rembrandts.
SCC! Sign up for your favorite or all four. Shell print-Tu,Th
7/28-7/30
10:30A-11:15A
411402-01 $67.50
(No class 7/3)
ing requires a plain white T-shirt.
403106-03 $30.00

F
6/26-7/31
12:30P- 1:30P
403102-01 $6.00
Fire Work Art


Tu,Th
8/11-8/13
10:30A-11:15A
411402-02 $67.50 W
7/1-7/1
2:30P- 3:30P
403106-04 $30.00
F
8/7-9/4
12:30P- 1:30P
403102-02 $6.00
Sand! Sand! Sand!


Tu,Th
8/18-8/20
10:30A-11:15A
W
7/22-7/22
2:30P- 3:30P


403106-05 $30.00
403102-03 $6.00
Flip Flop Art


Tu,Th
8/25-8/27
10:30A-11:15A
W
8/5-8/5
2:30P- 3:30P


403102-04 $6.00
Shell Printing


KINDERDANCE® THEME CLINICS

W
8/19-8/19
2:30P- 3:30P
(Ages 4-6) Learn fundamentals of ballet and tap
while participating in creative movement, imagery,


General Registration Begins June 3, 2009
| Page 57
STERLING COMMUNITY CENTER 703-430-9480


floor gymnastics, and fitness.
Activities enhance
reading, math, science, and health skills.


Location: Sugarland Run HOA

403107-01 $35.00
Tu,Th
7/21-7/23
11:30A-12:30P
403107-02 $35.00
Tu,Th
7/28-7/30
11:30A-12:30P
403107-03 $35.00
Tu,Th
8/11-8/13
11:30A-12:30P
403107-04 $35.00
Tu,Th
8/18-8/20
11:30A-12:30P
403107-05 $35.00
Tu,Th
8/25-8/27
11:30A-12:30P


ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS


PAINT YOUR OWN POTTERY

(Ages 6-10) Try fun techniques like fling painting,
masking, sponging, stenciling, and bubble painting
with different items each week.


403200-01 $60.00
Th
7/2-7/23
11:00A-12:00P
403200-02 $60.00
Th
7/30-8/20
11:00A-12:00P


POTTERY EXPLORERS
(Ages 6-10) Explore the world of pottery with Clay
Cafe! Choose to paint a mug, plate, tiles and much
more.


403201-01 $13.00

Sa
6/27-6/27
11:00A-12:00P


403201-02 $13.00

Sa
7/18-7/18
11:00A-12:00P


403201-03 $13.00

Sa
8/22-8/22
11:00A-12:00P


BEAT THE HEAT!

(Ages 6-10) Get out of the sun this summer at SCC!
A different theme will be explored each week. Come
ready to play, make crafts, have fun with your friends,
and much more. Bring 2 snacks, a lunch, and water
bottle. No Class 7/4.


603242-01 $150.00
Summer is Here!
M,Tu,W,Th
6/22-6/26
8:00A- 6:00P
603242-02 $150.00
Yankee Doodle
M,Tu,W,Th,F
6/29-7/2
8:00A- 6:00P
603242-03 $150.00
Beach Adventures
M,Tu,W,Th,F
7/13-7/17
8:00A- 6:00P
603242-04 $150.00
Wonderful Ocean
M,Tu,W,Th,F
8/3/-8/7
8:00A- 6:00P


HIGH SCHOOL AGE
PROGRAMS


BELLY DANCING FOR TEENS

(Ages 13-18) An introduction of American Tribal Style
Belly Dance. Learn the basics of belly dance through
an empowering, low impact, full-body workout.
Wear
comfortable workout clothes. No class 7/4.


403400-01 $60.00

Sa
6/27-8/22
10:45A-11:45A


ADULT PROGRAMS


DROP-IN VOLLEYBALL

(Ages 18 & up Coed) Test your skills every Monday,
Tuesday and Thursday nights at SCC! $2.50 per visit
or purchase a drop in activities card for $25.00 your
11th visit is FREE!


Pay at door
Tu,Th
Pay at door
M
$2.50
6/16-8/27
$2.50
6/15-8/24
7:00P- 9:00P
Ages 18-35
7:00P-9:00P
HATHA YOGA

(Ages 18 & up) Explore the stress relieving world of
Hatha Yoga. Build strength, flexibility and meditation
skills with Ms. Cindy.
Wear comfortable clothes. No
Class 7/7, 7/8, 7/14, 7/15, 8/11, and 8/12.
403501-01 $40.00

Tu
6/23-7/28
9:15A-10:15A


403501-02 $40.00

W
6/24-7/29
7:00P- 8:00P


403501-03 $40.00

Tu
8/4-9/1
9:15A-10:15A


403501-04 $40.00

W
8/5-9/2
7:00P- 8:00P


BEGINNING BELLY DANCING

(Ages 16 & up) Level I American Tribal Style Belly
Dance is an empowering, low impact, full-body workout.
Wear comfortable workout clothes. Individuals
with ankle, knee, and hip conditions should consult a
physician. No class 7/2, 7/4.


403502-01 $60.00

Th
6/25-8/20
6:00P- 7:00P


403502-02 $60.00

Sa
6/27-8/22
9:30A-10:30A


INTERMEDIATE BELLY DANCING

(Ages 16 & up) Prerequisite: Beginning Level I and
approval of instructor.
The class builds on the basics
and introduces new movement and group improvisational
dancing.
Wear comfortable clothes. Individuals
with ankle, knee, and hip conditions should consult
a physician. Zills required; details provided at first
class. No Class 7/2.


403503-01 $60.00

Th
6/25-8/20
7:15P- 8:15P


PRIVATE WEDDING DANCE LESSONS

(Ages 18 & up) Learn your first dance and amaze
family and friends on your special day! Six private,
one-hour sessions. Register in person at SCC to
arrange schedule. Instructor: Mr. Steven.


403504-01 $300.00/Per Couple
Days/times vary
7/11-/8/29


BALLROOM DANCE

(Ages 18 & up) Beat the heat and learn to tear up
the dance floor! Learn how to fox trot, waltz, tango,
rumba, swing and cha cha!


403505-01 $50.00

Sa
7/11-8/29
1:00P-2:00P


WOMEN‘S SELF DEFENSE

(Ages 18 & up) Beginner self defense focuses on
general awareness of ones surroundings,
―Hit and
Run‖ techniques, and as use of personal objects as
self defense tools.


403506-01 $30.00
Sa
7/18-7/18
2:30P- 4:30P


403506-02 $30.00

Sa
8/8-8/8
2:30P- 4:30P


403506-03 $30.00

Sa
8/22-8/22
2:30P- 4:30P


DROP-IN BASKETBAL

(Ages 16 & up Coed) Drop-In Basketball FREE!


FREE

W
6/17-8/26
6:45P- 8:45P


Got
Camp?
Summer Camp
registration is on-going
Visit
www.loudoun.
gov/prcs/camps
Page 58 | Register online at www.loudoun.gov/prcs
…Make a Difference.
Get Involved.
Saturday, June 27, 2009
3-9 p.m.
Belmont County Club
Rock Band, Wii, Food, Rock Climbing   Wall, Music & More!
Local Teen Bands 3-7 p.m.
Go to Loudounteens.org for details!
Featuring: Forever The Sickest Kids   - 7 p.m.
…Make a Difference.
Get Involved.
Saturday, June 27, 2009
3-9 p.m.
Belmont County Club
Rock Band, Wii, Food, Rock Climbing   Wall, Music & More!
Local Teen Bands 3-7 p.m.
Go to Loudounteens.org for details!
Featuring: Forever The Sickest Kids   - 7 p.m.
General Registration Begins June 3,   2009 | Page 59
Look to PRCS for Your After
CASA & YAS Offer:
A safe, healthy environmentChallenging, innovative activitiesGuidance by
experienced staffSports, Games,Arts & Crafts,
Music, Drama, & Life SkillsQuiet time for reading & homeworkSpecial
Events & LOTS of FUN!
Look to PRCS for Your After
CASA & YAS Offer:
A safe, healthy environmentChallenging, innovative activitiesGuidance by
experienced staffSports, Games,Arts & Crafts,
Music, Drama, & Life SkillsQuiet time for reading & homeworkSpecial
Events & LOTS of FUN!
School Care Needs!


CASA (County After School
Activities Program) is a state-
licensed program for elementary
students age 5 – grade 5.
We currently serve over 1000
children from elementary schools
throughout Loudoun County.


YAS (Youth After School Program)
is designed for middle school
students in grades 6-8.
YAS is
available at middle schools in the
county.


For more information, refer to the Licensed
Programs section in this guide or visit
www.loudoun.gov/prcs.


Discount ThemePark Tickets
Page 60 | Register online at www.loudoun.gov/prcs
Northern
VirginiaSenior
Olympics
September 12 - 23, 2009
Participants: Must live in the cities of Alexandria, Fairfax and Falls
Church or •
the counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William.
Opening day ceremony: 10:30AM at Thomas Jefferson Community Center. •
Events: Wii bowling, mini javelin throw, track and field, swimming,
diving, •
tennis, table tennis, bowling, golf, miniature golf, board games, chess,
backgammon, scrabble, eight ball pool, horseshoes, 3x3 basketball, team
line dancing, racquetball and more.
Registration: $10 includes one event. Additional events are $1. •
Forms available at senior centers and residences, online at www.
novaseniorolympics.com , or by calling 703-228-3600, ext. 9996. Deadline
8/28/09.
administrative office
Main Number.............................. 703-777-0343TTY/for deaf or
hearing impaired.. 703-771-
5352TeleTrac...................................... 703-443-9338programs
and Services
Adaptive Recreation..................... 703-737-8042Adult Day
ServicesLeesburg............................. 703-771-
5334Purcellville........................... 571-258-3402After School
ProgramsCASA.................................. 703-737-
8042YAS..................................... 703-777-0343Area Agency on
Aging.................. 703-777-0257Camp & Children‘s Programs.......
703-737-8042Facilities Planning/Development... 703-777-0343Sports,Youth
and Adult................ 703-777-0343Sports Cancel/Postponement.......
703-777-0456Youth Services............................. 703-777-
0343Centers and parks
Banshee Reeks........................... 703-669-0316Bluemont Community
Center....... 540-338-4485Carver Center .............................
571-258-3400Claude Moore Community Ctr...... 571-258-3500Claude Moore
Park ..................... 571-258-3700Claude Moore Recreation Ctr.......
571-258-3600Douglass Community Center ....... 703-771-5913Dulles South
Multipurpose Ctr...... 571-258-3456Dulles South Senior Activity Ctr.....
571-258-3883Franklin Park............................... 540-338-
7603Franklin Park Arts Center........... 540-338-7973Loudoun Heritage
Farm Museum. 571-258-3800Loudoun Valley Community Ctr..... 540-338-
4122Lovettsville Community Center..... 540-822-5284Lucketts Community
Center......... 703-771-5281Middleburg Community Center..... 540-687-
6375Philomont Community Center....... 540-338-5882Potomack Lakes
Sportsplex......... 703-444-1459Senior Activity Ctr at Leesburg..... 703-
737-8039Senior Center at Cascades........... 703-430-2397Sterling
Community Center.......... 703-430-9480Have Any Questions? Give Us A
Call!
Northern
VirginiaSenior
Olympics
September 12 - 23, 2009
Participants: Must live in the cities of Alexandria, Fairfax and Falls
Church or •
the counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William.
Opening day ceremony: 10:30AM at Thomas Jefferson Community Center. •
Events: Wii bowling, mini javelin throw, track and field, swimming,
diving, •
tennis, table tennis, bowling, golf, miniature golf, board games, chess,
backgammon, scrabble, eight ball pool, horseshoes, 3x3 basketball, team
line dancing, racquetball and more.
Registration: $10 includes one event. Additional events are $1. •
Forms available at senior centers and residences, online at www.
novaseniorolympics.com , or by calling 703-228-3600, ext. 9996. Deadline
8/28/09.
administrative office
Main Number.............................. 703-777-0343TTY/for deaf or
hearing impaired.. 703-771-
5352TeleTrac...................................... 703-443-9338programs
and Services
Adaptive Recreation..................... 703-737-8042Adult Day
ServicesLeesburg............................. 703-771-
5334Purcellville........................... 571-258-3402After School
ProgramsCASA.................................. 703-737-
8042YAS..................................... 703-777-0343Area Agency on
Aging.................. 703-777-0257Camp & Children‘s Programs.......
703-737-8042Facilities Planning/Development... 703-777-0343Sports,Youth
and Adult................ 703-777-0343Sports Cancel/Postponement.......
703-777-0456Youth Services............................. 703-777-
0343Centers and parks
Banshee Reeks........................... 703-669-0316Bluemont Community
Center....... 540-338-4485Carver Center .............................
571-258-3400Claude Moore Community Ctr...... 571-258-3500Claude Moore
Park ..................... 571-258-3700Claude Moore Recreation Ctr.......
571-258-3600Douglass Community Center ....... 703-771-5913Dulles South
Multipurpose Ctr...... 571-258-3456Dulles South Senior Activity Ctr.....
571-258-3883Franklin Park............................... 540-338-
7603Franklin Park Arts Center........... 540-338-7973Loudoun Heritage
Farm Museum. 571-258-3800Loudoun Valley Community Ctr..... 540-338-
4122Lovettsville Community Center..... 540-822-5284Lucketts Community
Center......... 703-771-5281Middleburg Community Center..... 540-687-
6375Philomont Community Center....... 540-338-5882Potomack Lakes
Sportsplex......... 703-444-1459Senior Activity Ctr at Leesburg..... 703-
737-8039Senior Center at Cascades........... 703-430-2397Sterling
Community Center.......... 703-430-9480Have Any Questions? Give Us A
Call!
General Registration Begins June 3, 2009 | Page 61
Preschool Summer Camps

Full Day Camps Grades k-8 • Trip • Adventure •

Sports • Nature • Dance ª Horse • Theme Week
Summer Camp registration is on-going
visit www.loudoun.gov/prcs/camps


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PRSRT-STD
U.S. POSTAGE
PAID
LEESBURG, VA
PERMIT NO. 88
ECRWSS
LOUDOUN COUNTY PARKS, RECREATION
AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
215 Depot Court, SE
Leesburg, VA 20175
POSTAL PATRON
PRSRT-STD
U.S. POSTAGE
PAID
LEESBURG, VA
PERMIT NO. 88
ECRWSS
LOUDOUN COUNTY PARKS, RECREATION
AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
215 Depot Court, SE
Leesburg, VA 20175

				
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