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Fourth of July Parade

The fourth of July parade will start at 11am on the 4th.

We assemble at beach 5 and walk to beach 3. We will be accompanied by the Fire dept and the police at the front and rear of the parade.  The Lake Barcroft Marching band will play along the way (they have already been practicing). The Woman's Club will be passing out balloons and flags at beach 5 and water along the way and we will have cookies and lemonade for the kids at beach 3.

Paraders are encouraged to dress up and decorate their bikes and wagons and strollers! Hope to see you there!

LBA Beach 5 RPA Garden Showcased

The LBA Beach 5 RPA  Demonstration Garden has been selected as one of the showcase gardens on the Northern Virginia Soil and Water Conservation District's upcoming tour of Watershed Friendly gardens. 

Kevin Howe and Betsy Washington will be in the garden to talk about the native plants and other watershed friendly features from 1:00 to 5:00pm on June 19th.  Come on down and visit!

 

Ice Cream Social - June 11th 3-5pm - Beach 5

Ice Cream Social - Bring the kids, meet your neighbors and friends 

Just a quick reminder that Lake Barcroft's Annual Ice Cream Social will be held on at Beach 5 on June 11th between 3:00 -- 5:00pm. (Rain date is: Sunday, June 12th same time & place.)

Featuring delicious Baskin Robbins ice cream in various yummy flavors. Of course, there will also be brownies, sprinkles, chocolate syrup, etc. from Baskin Robbins to make their great ice cream taste even better.

Ice Cream Social - June 11th 3-5pm - Beach 5

Ice Cream Social - Bring the kids, meet your neighbors and friends 

Just a quick reminder that Lake Barcroft's Annual Ice Cream Social will be held on at Beach 5 on June 11th between 3:00 -- 5:00pm. (Rain date is: Sunday, June 12th same time & place.)

Featuring delicious Baskin Robbins ice cream in various yummy flavors. Of course, there will also be brownies, sprinkles, chocolate syrup, etc. from Baskin Robbins to make their great ice cream taste even better.

Summer Fun

 Now that the warm weather is here to stay and the beaches have officially opened and are staffed, I'd like to take this time to offer a few neighborly reminders.

Always carry your beach tag with you when visiting one of our beaches because the lifeguards will ask to see them. ( The 2011 ones are bright green)

Please be courteous of others and help keep our neighborhood and beaches clean and beautiful; always pick up your trash and place it in beach trash cans or dispose of it at your home.

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