The Arlington Outdoor Education Association (AOEA) &
The Upsilon Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International
Barnes & Noble Bookfair
Sunday, December 8, 2013
Barnes & Noble Seven Corners
A percentage of your Barnes & Noble purchases will fund
scholarships for summer camp at the Outdoor Lab.
• Meet the AOEA salamander mascot
• Explore animals and artifacts from the Outdoor Lab
• Play games from Think Fun
• Visit the children’s area for Story Time (on the hour and half- hour)
• Gift wrapping available for purchased items
• Listen to the music of the APS Elementary Spanish Chorus (1:30 & 2:15)
Can't attend our bookfair at Barnes & Noble?
Visit BN.COM/bookfairs to support us online from 12/08/13 to 12/13/13
by entering Bookfair ID 11201670 at checkout.
A percentage of your Barnes & Noble purchases will fund scholarships
for the summer program at the Outdoor Lab.
The Arlington Outdoor Education Association
thanks everyone who participated in our 8thannual celebration
to benefit the Phoebe Hall Knipling Outdoor Lab
at Whitlow's on Wilson on June 2.
The Constituents with Arlington Commissioner of Revenue, Ingrid Morroy.
2013 Volunteer of the Year, Lothchana "Na" Adamovich.
| Dean & Constance Allard |
Eleanor W. & J. H. Laughlin
| James & Anita Allen|| Michael & Debra Lindsey|
| John & Catherine Bailey|| Cynthia Margeson|
| Ellen & Melanie Bartlett|| Miriam Miller|
| Margaret Covington|| Walter Monroe|
|L. Karen Darner|| Sheila & William Moore|
| Anstr & Brenda Davidson|| Joan Mulholland|
| E. & R. Demoney||Michael & Pamela Nardolilli |
|Marjorie & Paul Diehl ||William & Kay Pommerening |
|Catherine & Walter Eckbreth ||David Powell |
|Bonnie & Sue Eisenfeld ||Chris Reid |
|Arshia Arvandi & John Fiske ||Carl & Mary Schade |
|Suzanne Gartner ||Michael & Candace Schaller |
|Brenda Pommerenke & Larry George ||Fred & Anita Scott |
|Mike & Dot Greene ||Lois & Willoughby Sheane |
|Jennie Lou Hammerly ||Mary Joe Showalter |
|William & Mary Hof ||Frances Simms |
|Margaret Huddleston ||Judith Herman & Thomas Spavins |
|Jeffery & Marcia Ihnen ||Seymour Stiss |
|Gary Knipling ||Gayle & Kenneth Stultz |
|Scott & Susan Kovarovics ||Diana Tamez-Walters |
|Edwina Lake ||B.E. & C. A. Weiser |
Thanks to our silent auction and raffle contributors:
KH & Art Framing
Lost Dog/Stray Cat
Metro 29 Diner
Trader Joe’s Clarendon
Wild Birds Unlimited
Arlington Community Federal Credit Union
Barnes & Noble
Full Motion Life & Sport
Hard Times Cafe
Keri Shull team
AOEA purchases adjoining tract of land.
Read about it on the State of NoVa blog.
Arlington Public Schools News Update for June 29
Outdoor Lab's Summer Camps Featured on Green Scene
In the final episode of the 2011-12 school year, Green Scene visits the Outdoor Lab's summer camp. The week-long camp provides a number of nature-related activities and experiences to students who may not otherwise have those experiences. The camp supplements lessons learned in the classroom and helps students prepare for the Virginia Standards of Learning tests.
View video here.
Read AOEA President Mike Nardolilli's weekly blog
for the Arlington Mercury, "The Arlington Green".
The blog looks at nature in Arlington and
the surrounding area.
The Impossibly-Busy Parents’ Guide to Getting Kids Outdoors
Visit the National Wildlife Federation's website for lots of family activities.
Outdoor Lab Boosters Looking to
Augment Rural Acreage
Supporters of the Arlington Outdoor Education Association hope to purchase or protect open space around the group’s 210-acre Phoebe Hall Knipling Outdoor Lab in Fauquier County, so it is not threatened with encroaching development.
“It’s a good time to buy,” said Michael Nardolilli, who heads the non-profit organization that owns the property, which for decades has been used to expose Arlington schoolchildren to natural surroundings.
But time may be ticking away. Read more
Outdoor Lab’s New Classroom Building Achieves
The New Outdoor Lab Building
The Phoebe Hall Knipling Outdoor Laboratory is a 210-acre facility that supports the science program. It provides a place for environmental education for elementary and secondary school children, a place for children to do water study, to come face to face with creatures native to the area, and to walk through the woods learning about the plants and terrain. The facility is staffed by Arlington teachers but maintained by a non-profit association – The Arlington Outdoor Education Association, Inc. of Arlington County Schools.
The facility is staffed by Arlington teachers but maintained by a non-profit association: The Arlington Outdoor Education Association, Inc.