Jul 28

TONIGHT!! Animal Rehabilitation Certification through Blue Ridge Wildlife Center – Thursday, July 30 – 6:30pm – 8:30pm

July 2015- Animal Rehabilitation Flyer

Animal Rehabilitation Certification through Blue Ridge Wildlife Center, tonight, Thursday, July 30, at the Nature Center 6:30pm – 8:30pm. Please click on flyer: July 2015- Animal Rehabilitation Flyer

AGES: 8-88 years old

FEE: $7:00 per person. ***The certification is FREE if you are enrolled in the Youth Naturalist Adventurer Program!*** 

REGISTER: Please register by paying online HERE>>

Jul 27

Float Night – August 1, 2015 @ 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM – Southern Walk Pool

Event Hosted by: The Briar Woods High School Swim Team

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This is a free event for Broadlands Residents and their guests. Valid pool pass is required for entry. Floatation Devices provided for use and are available on a first come, first served basis. FOOD and DRINKS WILL BE FOR SALE. Including Chick-Fil-A Sandwiches! Come see the CHICK-FIL-A COW and spin the prize wheel! Cash required for all purchases. ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TOWARDS SUPPORTING THE BWHS SWIM TEAM.

Jul 26

NIGHT AT THE NATURE CENTER CAMPOUTS @ Nature Center Lawn @ 6:30 PM

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AGES: ALL

TIME: Choose the spot to set-up your tent beginning at 4:00pm. Nature Center activities begin at 6:30.

COST:  $10 per tent. To reserve your spot, please send an email to naturalist@broadlandshoa.com.

It’s like Night at the Museum without Ben Stiller and with a bunny, snake, gecko, doves, aquatic frogs and toad. We provide the firepits and the adventures outside. You bring a tent and dinner (that will not be cooked on the fire pit—only s’mores are getting cooked there). We will go wetland tadpole searching, interact with all of the animals that call the nature center home, and have a star gazing party.
Jul 21

Flicks in the Sticks – Saturday, August 8 – Paddington (Movie Change) – 8:30 pm

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Saturday, August 8 – Paddington (MFlicks_Movie_3ovie Change) – 8:30 pm

[Unfortunately, the release of Cinderella has been postponed to mid-September.] A young Peruvian bear travels to London in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone at Paddington Station, he meets the kindly Brown family, who offer him a temporary haven. PG, 95 mins. [Parental Guidance]

Jul 20

Free Customized Lawn Care Plan & Soil Analysis

PEClogoFREE for Broadlands residents as a benefit of the Broadlands HOA partnership with The Piedmont Environmental Council (PEC) and Loudoun Master Gardeners. The partnership project is supported with funding by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and Fairfax Water.

Details of the offer:

The Loudoun Master Gardeners will come out to your property, take soil samples and provide the soil analysis and a customized lawn care plan for free. A maximum of 25 are available for free. After those are gone, you can still sign up, but it will cost $2o, which is still a great value for customized guidance.

To get the free offer, contact Gem Bingol by phone at 703-431-6941 or email at gbingol@pecva.org.

Another opportunity:

There are also a limited number of pet waste digesters available. These are small units that you install into the ground in your yard. The digester uses underground microbial action to break down the waste. If you have a dog and might be interested in finding out more and determine if you’d like to use one, let me know.

Background info:
The partnership is designed to help residents make local improvements on their own property and in common areas that will increase clean water and clean air and reduce pollution runoff into our local streams. The Broadlands HOA and residents have the power to make a noticeable difference for the local environment and health of the community through this project.

Jul 19

QUARTERLY EVENTS COMMITTEE MEETING, TONIGHT, MONDAY, JULY 27, 2015, 6:00PM AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER, 43004 WAXPOOL ROAD

20th ANNIVERSARY EVENTS COMMITTEE MEETING ON TUESDAY

THE COMMUNITY CENTER, 43004 WAXPOOL ROAD
The Committee will be meeting to review the Broadlands 20th Year Anniversary Celebration. We have a really fun group of volunteers who generously donate their time and enthusiasm to make our events happen. We would love to have you join us. For more information email events@broadlandshoa.com.

Jul 15

Let Them Eat…Flowers – July 18, 2015 @ 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

July 2015- Saturday Prg FlyerDid you know that you can eat hundreds of flowers? We’re going to. Or, at least, we’re going to plant piles of different flowers that are entirely grabable for added salad romance. And yes, you can grab them. This is your Broadlands community food forest garden. Painting With a Twist, a local art studio, will be with us this Saturday to teach the short and tall how to paint flowers. Each person gets to take home their own canvas as we plant and sample edible flowers in our community gardens.

COST: $10 per person. Payment must be received by noon on Friday, July 17.

PAY ONLINE: Click the following link and scroll down to the Buy Now button for this event:  PAY NOW>>

July 2015- Saturday Program Flyer 

Jul 08

BROADLANDS LIVE – Decades of Dance!!! Friday night, July 10th

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WHEN: July 10, 2015 @ 5:00 PM – 9:30 PM
WHERE: Hill Side Park – next to Old Stone House, 43051 Waxpool Road, Ashburn, VA 20148
WHAT: Celebrating a Dozen Summers of Rockin’ in the Broadlands! 2nd FRIDAYS MAY THRU AUG

THIS MONTH’S BANDS: One Fine Mess and The Reflex

SPECIAL PERFORMANCE BY: The Great Zucchini from 5-5:45pm

Free concert, BYOB, ID’s required for alcohol consumption. No glass please! Purchase Broadlands Gear to take with you…blankets, reusable solo cups, lanyards, etc. For more details on the calendar of entertainment, parking and vendors, please visit http://www.broadlandslive.com/calendar.html