Junior Jam Summer Program
Looking for an exciting, well-rounded program for your 11-16 year old? The Junior Jam drop-in program is ideal for kids who already have a busy summer schedule but still want to make new friends and enjoy summer favorites such as field trips, special events, sports, swimming, music, arts, cooking projects, group games and tournaments and more!
Sign up for all eight weeks for a low, one-time registration fee of $46* for Arlington residents (There is extra cost for trips). Don’t let fees be a barrier. Arlington County residents may request a fee reduction!
Please note that while teens are encouraged to stay at the site, this is a drop-in program that allows teens to come and go. For youth needing more accountability, consider a camp program that requires parental consent to leave during the program hours.
For program information call Edson Bravo at 703-228-7783, visit www.arlingtonva.ussearch “junior jam”.
To register call 703-228-PLAY or visit registration.arlingtonva.us.
CREATIVE ART CAMP:
ART EXPLORERS @ ARLINGTON MILL
Join us for an action packed week of creativity and
art! This half-day program will give young artists an
opportunity to experiment with exciting art materials
and explore artworks throughout art history and from around the globe. Each day will focus on a specific technique, including drawing, painting, sculpture, printmakingand collage. Each session has its own unique theme and activities. Campers should wear clothes that they can get messy. Bring a snack each day. Five-year-olds must have completed kindergarten or a similar all day
program. Staff to participant ratio 1:10.
Location Camp Code
Arlington Mill 531114
Sessions 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 (one-week camp)
Fees $130, $104 for session 2
Refer to the Arlington County
Summer Camp Brochure
or visit us online:
Registration Office: 703-228-4747
For More Info on our Creative Arts Camps:
or Email: email@example.com
Operation Rescue Ready
June 26, 9a.m.-5p.m.: the perfect day for a disaster! Teens are invited to Thomas Jefferson Community Centertoparticipate in an adventurous, hands-on, emergency response scenario alongside Arlington’s public safety and emergency response teams and the American Red Cross. Partake in a real-time disaster drill, hands only CPR training, info sessions. Learn more about careers in fire rescue, police and Red Cross and walk away better prepared for an emergency situation. This exciting day will impart safety awareness, emergency response training, career development and more. For more information call 703-228-4729 or to register visit
Trail Tales Kick Off – Free Event
Join us at Long Branch Nature Center, Saturday, June 14, 10a.m. - noon for some summer reading fun to celebrate our new park program, Trail Tales. We will walk along our trails and read the book Woodlice by Siân Smith, do crafts and meet the real life critter from our book with park naturalists. Sponsored by Arlington County Libraries and the Friends of Libraries. For more information visit parks.arlingtonva.us.
Annual Firefly Festival
Celebrate summer’s natural night lights, June 29, 7:30-9:30 p.m. at Fort C.F. Smith. Have fun and learn all about the critters that light up the night. Events include: bug hunts, games, crafts, walks and talks about fireflies. Bring your picnic blanket and dinner to enjoy as we wait for the sun to go down and the lights to come out. Cancelled if raining. For information, call 703-228-6535. To register, please visit registration.arlingtonva.us
Call for Participants and Volunteers
iCan Bike camp, July 28-Aug. 1 atKenmore Middle School, is designed to help individuals with disabilities (ages 8+) learn how to ride a bike independently. Spotters are also needed to run alongside the riders as they learn, providing physical and emotional support. Interested Riders: contact TRInfo@arlingtonva.us
Interested Volunteers (Ages 16+): contact Hkihm@arlingtonva.us.
Tree Canopy Fund program was created to increase the tree canopy in Arlington County by planting trees on private property and supporting maintenance of champion trees and public education and outreach projects. This year the program will onlyoffer large trees, with mature height ranging from 40 to 100 feet. Groups eligible to receive grants for tree planting include civic and homeowner associations, community nonprofit organizations, civic service clubs, church or school-related groups, and ad hoc neighborhood groups. The tree canopy fund can be used to plant trees on any private property location including homeowner’s yards, condo association property, apartment property, places of worship property, and in private clubs. Online applications must be received by midnight on Friday, June 20. For full info or to apply visit our web page.