Potomac Town Center- 14900 Potomac Town Place, Woodbridge, Virginia 22191. Bring a chair or something to sit on and enjoy a movie on the Jumbotron starting at 7pm.
May 23- Rocky
May 30- Hook
June 6- Sleeping Beauty
June 13- Space Jam
June 20- Dolphin Tale 2
June 27- Maleficent
July 4- Independence Day
July 11- American Tail
July 18- Million Dollar Arm
July 25- Happy Feet
August 1- Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
August 8- Annie (1982) and Annie (2014)
August 22- Big Hero 6
August 29- When the Game Stands Tall
September 5- Captain America The Winter Soldier
Virginia Gateway offers a FREE family series all summer long! See our previous review here.
Join us for fun and lively family entertainment every other Wednesday at 10:30 am all summer long on the Plaza at Atlas Walk (located across from Starbucks, between Famous Dave's BBQ and Grafton Street Restaurant). Be sure to check back for more updates!
May 6: Rocknoceros
May 20: Wildlife Ambassadors
June 3: Eric Energy
June 17: Shazam Magic
July 1: Kidsinger Jim
July 15: Reptiles Alive!
July 29: Peter McCory
August 12: Beowulf T. Wonderbunny
August 26: Under The Sea
Bring your Little Tot's swimsuit for fun in the interactive splash fountain after the event (splash fountain located at Promenade at Virginia Gateway, just across Wellington Road).
Our Junior Ranger program is back for another exciting year!! Each day we cover new topics, and introduce fun educational activities that help keep things fun and interesting. It is a great way for you and your child to learn about the rich history and nature that is in your own backyard. There is a $60.00 enrollment fee per session for each participant. This covers all supplies, graduation certificate, t-shirt, and patch.
Saturday in the Garden 2015
Taught by VCE - Prince William Master Gardener Volunteers
Teaching Garden at St. Benedict Monastery, 9535 Linton Hall Road, Bristow, 20136. All programs are free and run from 9 a.m. - Noon. Free but registration is requested, please call 703-792-7747 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Save the Dates!
April 11 - Companion Planting - Discover which plants, grown side by side, benefit each other and result in healthier plants and better garden yield. Join the Cooks’ Garden Master Gardeners for planting potatoes and turning cover crops.
May 9 - Good Guys and Bad Guys – When you see an insect on your plant do you immediately squish it? You may be targeting an ally instead of your enemy! Learn about the many insects that help us in the garden. Tips and Tricks in the organic vegetable garden. Secrets from Cooks’ Garden volunteers. MGPW Plant Sale – find some new plants for your garden! Proceeds support the Teaching Garden
June 13 - A Walk Through the Native Bed with bed leaders, Jannell and Karen. Want to save water and have a garden that survives our dry summers? Join Master Gardener Volunteers, Linda and Sally for tips and tricks used in the Drought Tolerant bed.
July 11 - Composting - Learn how to make “black gold” by turning grass, leaves and clippings into dark brown, crumbly, sweet-smelling soil conditioner. Compost also holds moisture and nutrients for the garden so flowers and vegetables are more beautiful and abundant. Join Joe and the Master Gardener Compost team for the full story on compost. Starting Fall Vegetable Garden – Now is the time to plan to have fall salad greens and sweet root crops growing for weeks beyond the first frost. Get tips from Cooks’ Garden Master Gardener Volunteers to help you extend your vegetable season long beyond the heat of summer.
August 8 - What’s that Weed? Get help for identifying those troublesome weeds in your lawn and garden. Sniff your way through the Fragrance garden with wise, Ruth Johnston as she shares wisdom and experiences with plant selection and care in this beautiful garden bed.
September 12 - Fall chores in the garden – Join Master Gardener Volunteers as they prepare for fall and winter in the garden. Topics for discussion include clean up, plant division, soil preparation. Fall Cover Crops in the Cooks Garden – Cover crops protect soil from erosion and enhance soil productivity and health, yielding better vegetables. Cooks’ Garden Master Gardeners show you how. MGPW Plant Sale – Add some new plants to your fall garden! Proceeds support the Teaching Garden
October 10 - Living Soil - Healthy soil is a web, retaining and cycling nutrients into the right forms at the right rates, building soil structure, suppressing disease-causing organisms, protecting plants, and decomposing toxic compounds. Learn about the necessary elements of a healthy soil web. Join the Cooks’ Garden team and learn seed saving tips.
Girls on the Run of Northern Virginia has an upcoming PWC Race! (Plus their colors are fantastic!)
Pfitzner (Potomac Nationals) Stadium
Saturday November 22, 2014
8:30am Race Start
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