Prior issues are at on the Village View page
Plans are already underway for our annual Glencarlyn Day Activities, June 1st-2nd.
It takes dozens of volunteers to make our celebration a success. I am asking for your help. I have listed below the various areas where we need help for the Potluck and Block party on Friday night June 1st, and the Pancake Breakfast and MANY other activities on Saturday June 2nd.
PLEASE let me know when and how you can help.
You can sign up using the sign up genius: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/409084baeac2da2fe3-2018
Or, send me an email telling me which shift or shifts you can work: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please consider signing up for more than one event.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact me.
Thank you so much for your help. We cannot do this without you!!
Friday Events, June 1st
The Potluck 6:30-7:30 pm (at Carlin Hall) and the Block Party 7-9 pm (by the Library) are Friday night June 2nd.
We need help with:
We also need help setting up the stage Friday afternoon, preferably some strong helpers.
Saturday’s Events, June 2nd, are more numbered and more involved.
For the Pancake Breakfast 8-10 am We need help with:
Early Morning Transport and Set-up 6:15/6:30-8:00 am (12 people and at least 4 TRUCKS)
For the Parade 11:45-12:10
Moon Bounce and Sno-cones at Carlin Hall 12- 3 pm
Home Tour 2-4 pm – 2 volunteers per shift per home. Each shift 1 hour. We hope to have at least 4 or 5 homes on the tour
St. John’s will be having their annual Easter Egg hunt on Sunday after 11 am following the 10 am service. They are inviting all the children in the neighborhood to participate, as they have in the past. There will be a light refreshments for everyone in the church undercroft after the hunt.
Everyone is welcome to join them at the 10 am Easter service which will include a children’s message and flowering of the cross by the children.
If you only want to attend the egg hunt, gather at the double door on the fifth street side of the church just after 11 am until everyone is ready. Please bring your own basket!
St. Johns’ Episcopal Church is located at 415 S. Lexington. Their website is stjohnsarlingtonva.org.
Review of concept design for a proposed Neighborhood Conservation Street Improvement project for 4th Street S, from S Illinois St. to S Kensington St. A new sidewalk with a utility strip is proposed along the north side of the street, as well as new curb and gutter on both the north and south sides of the street. More information.
Arlington County Park Rangers are calling on volunteers to help clean Four Mile Run at Glencarlyn Park on Saturday, March 10th, from 10:00 am to Noon. The Glencarlyn Citizens’ Association will host a hot dog and marshmallow roast after the cleanup.
Get outdoors and help Arlington restore its natural spaces. Great project for individuals, families, service clubs and school groups.
Pippy and Matt Sickbert and Brandon Hemel are coordinating the event. Please email them at email@example.com to let them know if you are thinking about attending, so they can plan for the food. If you didn’t get a chance to contact them, show up anyway because there will be extra food.
The February 2018 Village View has been posted to the Village View page.
The webpage for the Glencarlyn Snow Brigade and other winter information is now updated. See the Winter Weather link on the navigation bar or click here.