There’s lots happening in Crozet, from concerts to vineyard happenings to events at Tabor Church to dome-putting-up at Crozet Park to Crozet Community Association and Crozet Community Advisory Council meetings. Years ago (I can’t even find a link) on RealCrozetVA I tried to assemble a Crozet community calendar; I’m trying again.
May I present – the Crozet Community Calendar. I’m going to figure out a way to embed it over there in the sidebar, but for now, I’ll ask you to notice it, remember it, and email me (and your friends) if you have an event you want readers of RealCrozetVA to know about.
– email me if you’d like to publicize an event
– For now, I’m not sure yet how I’m going to deal with announcements going forward, whether I’ll keep doing separate posts for events, a one-line post + addition to the Crozet calendar or just add it to the calendar …
– I think it’d be cool to post when neighborhood HOA meetings are …
The United States Air Force Langley Winds Woodwind Ensemble of the USAF Heritage of America Band will present a FREE CONCERT at CROZET ARTS on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2012 at 7:30 pm. Open to the public. Crozet Arts is located at 1408 Crozet Avenue, side entrances (in the rear of the Old Crozet School/Field School). For additional information please contact [email protected]. Continue reading “United States Air Force Langley Winds Woodwind Ensemble – 11 October 2012”
Guest post by the kind folks at A Place to Breathe Meditation Studio in Ivy. It’s not Crozet, but a lot of us pass by it every day. So to satisfy any curiosity you might have had ….
4405 Ivy Commons has housed many a thing, including a horseback riding tack shop and a gift shop. These days, instead of bridles or toys, you’ll find meditation cushions and yoga classes at A Place to Breathe Meditation Studio, or Breathe for short.
Externally, the building gives no hint of the spaciousness and calming atmosphere inside. Soft colors and natural light invite you to take a deep breath and maybe enjoy a cup of complimentary tea. A long white and green curtain separates the main studio and lobby space. While a small detail, having a soft curtain instead of a hard wall seems appropriate to a studio in which the separation of mind and body is lessened.
“I wanted to let you know that I have been organizing a large book sale at Olivet Presbyterian Church for the last several years. This year, we have struck gold and have had a 7,000 book donation by the Gravity Lounge in Charlottesville which used to be a quasi book store as well as a jazz club. So if you have any interest in buying BRAND NEW books at one dollar (with a face value of $35 and up) across every genre you can think of, come along! Itâ€™s Saturday, May 30 from 9 till 2 with early bird browse and buy Thursday, May 28 and Friday, May 29 from 4 till 7. If you canâ€™t come along but are looking for something in particular, please let me know and Iâ€™ll see if I have it! You can also call me for more details on 987 6230.”
2009 Thomas Jefferson Youth Football League
Presidents Division – Warriors
Registration is Underway
The registration information is as follows:
Presidents Division, ages 12-14 (Middle school), no weight limitations.
Registration fees – $100.00 until 5/2/09, $135 after 5/2/09. Registration closes in July
Scholarships are available upon request
Online registration is open at this web address
On site Registration will occur at Rivanna Gear and Apparel (RGA) on Saturday, 5/2 from 10-4 pm and 6/6 from 10-4 pm.
Directions to RGA:
350 Pantops Shopping Center
Charlottesville, VA 22911
Office: (434) 293-4558
If you have any questions regarding registraion please contact Coach Trevor Henry at 434-284-1112 or [email protected]
Hey All you Warrior Baseball Fans!!!! Warriors Baseball will be celebrating YOUTH and SENIOR NITE this Friday,May 8th as the Warriors take on CHS.
KIDS IN UNIFORM are admitted FREE with PAYING ADULTS. First 20 KIDS IN UNIFORM will receive a grab bag full of goodies and will go onto the field as Western players are announced. Festivities begin at 6:00. Game time 7:00. Pre-game introduction begins at 6:45. See ya there!!!!!!!!!
The Warriors are having a great season, come cheer them on!!!
Tuesday,May 5th Varisty @ Monticello 7:00
Friday,May 8th Varsity vs CHS @ home 7:00 YOUTH AND SENIOR NITE
Tuesday,May 12th Varisty @ Orange 7:00
Monday,May 4th JV vs Albemarle @ home 5:00
Wednesday,May 6th JV vs Monticello @ home 5:00 Double Header
Friday,May 8th JV vs CHS @ CHS 5:00
Tuesday,May 12th JV vs Orange County @ home 5:00
Warriors will host Districts at home on the following dates:
Varisty on Tuesday,May 19th TBA
JV on Thurs,May 21st @ 5:00 Varsity @ 8:00
It’s this weekend.
BALLET & ART CLASSES at the Greenwood Community Center … for Children, Teens, Adults and Homeschoolers.
Instructor: Sharon D. Tolczyk
Daytime Classes for Adults and Homeschoolers:
– Gentle Stretch Class with Ballet Barre Basics
– Beginner/Intermediate Ballet
– Topics in Design & Art
– Beginner/Advanced Beginner Ballet (Grades K-5)
– Intermediate Ballet (Ages 11+ and Adults)
– Intermediate/Advanced Ballet
For schedule, class descriptions, registration and other information contact…
Session #1 begins Tuesday, January 13th 2009.
It’s about time. From the press release:
“Beights Corporation proudly announces the addition of Trailside Coffee to the Village Center at Old Trail in Crozet, Virginia. Albemarle native and Crozet-area resident Marcia McGee, proprietor, will be serving fresh brewed coffee and espresso beverages to passersby and residents of Old Trail Village, beginning in January 2009 once construction is complete on the new Village Center.
â€œI am so excited about this opportunity,â€ stated McGee at the lease signing, â€œI have been working hard for months to ensure that I have what I need to do this right. Now weâ€™re ready to go!â€ McGee began creating her new shop months ago, developing her logo, website, and planned list of offerings in anticipation of her lease-signing this past Friday. She also has secured custom roasting agreements with Williamsburg Coffee & Tea Co. and other, boutique roasters. Of these relationships, McGee said, â€œI want to provide beans and espresso roasts that are special to our area. As the palate of my customers develops, I can change our custom roasts to best suit their tastes.â€
Even though construction on the Old Trail Village Center is a full four weeks ahead of schedule, McGee doesnâ€™t want to keep Crozet-area residents waiting any longer for their espresso fix. Opening in early August, possibly sooner, Trailside Coffee will be operating an espresso and coffee cart in the Old Trail Golf Clubhouse.”
I just noticed that the County has redesigned their comprehensive site for Crozetians. Check it out.