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July 21, 2017

Free Concerts All Summer Long!

Lubber Run Concerts


Lubber Run Amphitheater has concerts, plays and other events throughout the summer - all free of charge! If you're looking for something fun, this is a great place to start.

North Columbus Street & 2nd Street North (two blocks north of Rt. 50) Arlington, Virginia 22203 | Metrobus: Take Bus # 4B or 4E to Park Dr. and N 2nd St

Fridays and Saturdays - 8:00pm; Sundays - 6:00pm (or as noted)

Now through SEPTEMBER 17, 2017 | FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!


Columbia Pike Family Fun Day

Location: 2820 Columbia Pike, Arlington, VA 22204
Date: August 6th, 2017
Time: 9am-12pm

Celebrate summer with Columbia Pike Farmers Market! Virginia Cooperative Extension is hosting a family fun day at the market filled with fun activities to get you and your family excited about healthy living. The event features games, arts and crafts, and science experiments to take home.


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ACPD Block Party

ACPD Block Party August 27 9am - 4pm

Kenmore Middle School

Join the Arlington County Police Department for summer fun and safety! The event includes various family friendly activities such as the ACPD Kids Zone, K9 Demonstrations, food and beverages!

Think you have what it takes to become an office? Spend 15 Minutes Behind the Badge responding to police scenerios.


Upcoming Meetings & Events

Aug 1 5:00pm Mental Wellness Roundtable, Sequoia Room A

Aug 7 6:00pm Planning and Development Committee, Sequoia Room 299

Aug 18, 19 & 20 - County Fair! Come visit us at our booth inside in the County area. Jefferson Middle School. HOURS

Aug 21 5:30pm Early Childhood Committee, Sequoia Auditorium

Aug 23 6:00pm APCYF Meeting, Sequoia Auditorium

Sep 5 - First Day of School!

Meetings held at Sequoia: 2100 Washington Blvd., Arlington, VA 22204


SCAN to Host August Workshops with Dr. Jim Harris: Understanding Adolescent Brain, Building Self-Concept

On August 17th, SCAN will welcome Jim Harris, MSW, Ed.D. for two workshops as part of its outreach efforts with the Loudoun County Partnership for Resilient Children and Families. The afternoon workshop will focus on understanding the adolescent brain, while the evening workshop will explore the idea of supporting children in today’s complicated world. Both workshops are free and open to the public, but seating is limited.

  • Register for The Adolescent Brain: Understanding the “What” and “Why” HERE
  • Register for So What’s Wrong with Kids These Days? An Exploration of What We Can Do to Support Children in a Complicated World HERE

Questions about the event? Please contact SCAN.


Contact Information

Co-Chairs: Linda Henderson and Anne Vor der Bruegge
Vice Chair: Anne O'Brien

General Information: Kim Durand, Coordinator 703-228-1667
Teen Network Board: Siobhan Grayson, Youth Outreach 703-228-1506
Data Questions: Rebecca Hjelm, Data Specialist 703-228-1683
Website Updates and Information: Sally LaBonte, Website 703-228-1669
Developmental Assets: Michael Swisher, Assets Liaison 703-228-1671
Healthy Community Action Team: Mary Wulf, Coordinator 703-228-1668

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