Adult Pool Party -- Sports Tailgate!
Saturday, July 26, 7:00 p.m. - midnight
anticipated Adult Pool Party will be held on Saturday, July
26, beginning at 7:00 p.m. Wear your favorite college or
professional sports team apparel and enjoy some good food,
an open bar, and tailgate games such as Cornhole, Flip Cup,
Beer Pong, and Beer Hockey. The open bar with host a full
service bartender for mixed drinks, sangria, frozen
daiquiris, and kegs of delicious beer. Dinner will include
individual wood-fired brick oven pizzas and other tailgate
food, plus there will be an assortment of appetizers and
desserts. A disc jockey will be playing various tunes, dance
music, and special requests.
Tickets are $15
per person and can be purchased via the link below.
All major credit and debit cards are accepted. To purchase
tickets in person, contact Andrew Cassell by e-mail at email@example.com.
Please also contact Andrew if you can help with set-up,
clean-up, and the countless preparations required to put
this event together.
Game Club Meets Fourth Sunday of Every Month
Game Club meets the fourth Sunday of every
month from 3:00-6:00 p.m. at the Kingston Chase clubhouse. The
next meeting is
All ages are welcome. Some
favorite games include Settlers of Catan, Carcassonne, Ticket to
Ride, Dominion, Puerto Rico, Ricochet Robots, Union Pacific, Apples
to Apples, Flux, Whoonu, Pandemic, and Elfenland. If you have
another favorite game, be sure to bring it. E-mail
questions to either Betsy Kiker at firstname.lastname@example.org or Barb Craley
2013 Nature Photo Contest Winners Announced
many win-worthy photographs submitted by Kingston Chase
residents to the first Nature Photo Context sponsored by the
Conservation Corps. Winners are announced
The photo below is representative of the high caliber of the contest
Barred Owl in
Woods by Laura McNichol
Click on the month
to read the article and view the color photo:
2012: January *
Thank you to
Allen Hart for sharing these exceptional pictures from your
collection. Your column was a bright spot in the Kingston
Chase newsletter and was something we all looked forward to
seeing and reading each month. Thank you!
Midsummer Night’s Read in the Garden”
July 24, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
The Kingston Chase
Conservation Corps invites all neighbors to its first annual Book
and Magazine Swap! Join the club on Thursday, July 24, from 7:00 to
9:00 p.m. at the clubhouse and adjacent Butterfly Garden for “A
Midsummer Night’s Read in the Garden.” Bring any books or magazines
you no longer want. There will be tables set up for ALL categories
of books — mystery, chick-lit, reference, self-help, teen, sci-fi,
biography, historical fiction, poetry, classics, spiritual,
children, etc. Bring some books/magazines to share and take home
some ones that are new to you! Any leftover items will be donated.
Please send an e-mail to email@example.com with any questions.
Pool hours are listed below.
Click the highlighted link to
download a copy of the
Pool Rules and
Regulations. The rules and regulations will also be posted at
the pool house.
June 25th thru September 1st
Sunday-Thursday 11am – 8pm
Friday and Saturday 11am – 9pm
July 4th & Labor Day 11am – 6pm
The pool will
close at 2:00 p.m. on July 7th and all day on July 8th while
Kingston Chase hosts a swim clinic and the
Herndon Olympics, respectively. All are welcome to watch. The
pool is closed during the following home swim meets:
· Saturday, June 21, home vs. Kingstream – Pool opens at noon
· Wednesday, June 25, home vs. Bradley Farms - Pool closes 5:00
· Wednesday, July 2, home vs. Four Seasons - Pool closes 5:00
· Monday, July 8, Herndon Swim Clinic - Pool closes at 2:00 p.m.
· Tuesday, July 8, Herndon Olympics at home – Pool closed all
· Wednesday, July 16, home vs. Herndon CC - Pool closes 5:00
· Saturday, July 19, home vs. Hunter’s Creek – Pool opens at
September 5th thru September 7th
Friday 4pm – 8pm
Saturday and Sunday 11am – 8pm
of glasses were lost on Thursday evening, June 12. They fell out on
Nathan Lane (Clearview side), or Builders Road between Nathan and
Clearview, or Hiddenbrook between Builders and Bayou Drive, or Bayou
Drive, or by the pond, or near the pool, or Sadlers Wells (Clearview
side). If found, please call Catherine Durand at 703-395-4837. Thank
offers the following Fairfax County Police Department article:
The Who, What, When,
Why, and How of Calling the Police
Please e-mail items for the Bulletin Board to
is always posted to this website before the first of the month.
If it is not delivered
very early in the month, please check this website for the pdf file.