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July 2019 Newsletter

posted Jul 14, 2019, 6:17 PM by c traband

 This newsletter is compiled by the Rock Spring Civic Association for residents of the Rock Spring neighborhood.

1. Storm Damage Information:  We hope you survived Monday’s storm and none of you need this information.


2.  A Plea for New RSCA Executive Board Members:  In our fall meeting, elections for the Executive Board of Rock Spring Civic Association will be held.  Some of our current board members have moved and others are retiring.  We are in need of interested Rock Spring residents to join us. We usually meet once a quarter, unless there is a pressing issue affecting Rock Spring.  Please consider how you can help our neighborhood moving forward to 2020. Send your name and contact information to one of the newsletter editors, email below.


3.  Arlington Public Schools Information:  Below are the names of the new or remodeled schools with clickable links.

 

 4.  School Board Meetings:

Thu. July 25

School Board Meeting*. Full agenda posted one week prior.

 

7:00 p.m.

Syphax Education Center, 2nd FL School Board Room, 2110 Washington Blvd.

 


 

 



 

Thu. Aug. 22

School Board Meeting*. Full agenda posted one week prior.

 

6:30 p.m.

Syphax Education Center, 2nd FL School Board Room, 2110 Washington Blvd.


 


5.  Visit www.apsva.us/Engage for current opportunities to engage with Arlington Public Schools.

 

6.  New Restaurants in our Neighborhood:
Maya Bistro:  5649 Lee Hwy,
https://bistromaya.com/

Chicago Pizza with a Twist, 5645 Lee Hwy, https://www.facebook.com/ChicagospizzaArlington

Café Colline:   Below is a link to an ArlNow article about the planned opening of a Café Colline restaurant in the Lee Heights Shopping Center, replacing Cassatt’s.

https://www.arlnow.com/2019/07/09/hilton-brothers-bringing-cafe-colline-to-lee-heights-shops/?mc_cid=21149149b0&mc_eid=262b373539



7.  Recreation and Parks Programs:

Cool Creek Critters - Gulf Branch, Saturday, July 20, 3 - 4:30pm 

Ages 5 to 10. Dress to get wet as we spend some time exploring waterfalls, trying to catch water striders, and taking a closer look at some creek critters. Must wear closed-toe shoes in water. Free. #642829-B

Campfire Evenings

The whole family is invited to join us at the Gulf Branch amphitheater for lots of old-fashioned fun. This engaging program will be filled with entertaining activities which may include stories, special animal guests, games, songs and of course, S’mores! We'll find out where to look for the earliest signs of spring this evening while keeping warm around the fire. $5.

Slithering Snakes Campfire 

Saturday, July 20, 7 - 8pm  #642859-C

 

 8.  Peruvian Festival of Arlington, Sunday, July 21, 11am – 7 pm at Long Bridge Park,
Festival Peruano de Arlington



 

 

 

Contact the newsletter editors for information or items to share, please email either Judy Hadden  or Joan Trabandt

 


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