KidsCollege@PVCC Summer Academies 2015
STEM & Arts Academies for rising 3rd-9th graders June 15-August 14.
Have FUN while you learn!
To view the schedule: http://www.pvcc.edu/files/sca_2015_web.pdf
Call 434.961.5354 or email KidsCollege@pvcc.edu for more information or to register.
Free Music Series on Thursday nights from 6-8pm.Come rock out with The Findells and have a great time with us.
Since 1974, this has been in residence during the summer months as the University of Virginia’s professional theatre.
Leading directors, designers, technicians, and actors from across the country form the
company each year to produce a season of musicals and plays.
The Fluvanna Leadership Development Program is accepting applications until August 15 for its 13th class beginning in September. Previous students have called the class “an invaluable look into the workings of our local county government,” and a gateway to a larger role in the county, volunteering, and other activities. FLDP classes are held about twice a month, September through March, at different locations throughout the county. Classes typically include speakers involved in county activities, followed by a lively discussion and a chance to chat with county leaders. Class members also typically take on a group project to help the help the county. Last year’s class organized the highly successful spring Volunteer Fair at Fluvanna High School. Tuition is $35 and scholarships are available. Visit Fluvannaleadership.com for more information and the application.
August 1st, 4:00 pm Main St Arena
Come watch your local roller derby league, the Charlottesville Derby Dames, take on the girls from Ithaca! This will be an epic double header at the Main Street Arena on Charlottesville’s historic downtown mall.
Doors open at 3:00 pm
Belmont Bruisers skate at 4:00 p.m.; All-Stars at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets are $12 in advance or $15 at the door. Children’s tickets are discounted at the door. Advance tickets are available at Blue Moon Diner or your favorite derby girl!
Online tickets can be purchased by visiting http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1381490.
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