Tags: crozet, earlysville, free union, parades
Thanks to everyone for three great parades. We had a great group of people walking with us at each location and community members were out in droves. We were in Crozet on July 2, Free Union on July 3, and Earlysville on July 4. Each parade is quite different and each was spectacular in its own way; so much fun for all. Pictures below:
Tags: albemarle county, earlysville, fourth of july, july fourth, parade
Join us on Monday, July 4, at 1 pm, for the 14th Annual Stupendous Fourth of July of July Parade in Earlysville. Meet at the Earlysville post office corner at 12:30 to march or find a spot along Earlysville Road between the post office and the Union Church to watch. Parking is available at the Earlysville Green, Buck Mountain Church, and in the field beside the Earlysville Animal Hospital. Refreshments will follow at Union and Buck Mountain churches. Antique cars, horse carriages, tricycles, and politicians will be present.
Tags: albemarle county, crozet, earlysville, free union, july 4th, parade, va, white hall
Take a step back in time and celebrate our nation’s birthday.
Walk, ride or watch. All are welcome.
- Crozet – Saturday, July 2 – Parade at 4 pm — Meet at 3–3:15 p.m. at the Crozet Elementary School (Tim Kaine will be walking in Crozet as well!)
- Free Union – Sunday, July 3 – Parade at 4 pm — Meet at 3:15-3:30 p.m. at Church of the Brethren on Route 601. Please do not throw candy in this parade.
- Earlysville – Monday, July 4 – Parade at 1 pm — Meet at 12:30 p.m. at the corner of Earlysville Forest Road and Earlysville Road (parking at Earlysville Green)
Tags: 4th, claudius crozet park, crozet, fourth of july, independence weekend, july, swing dance
Dance the Night away and raise funds for the Dome over the Pool at Crozet Park! Join us on July 1 to kick off Independence Day weekend. Click here for the Flyer.
Claudius Crozet Park
Free swing dance lesson at 7 pm, music and dancing from 7:30 to 10 pm
$20 each or $35 couple
Cash bar and raffles throughout the evening.
Tags: board of supervisors, citizen comment, local government, mpo, western bypass
Chair of the Board, Ann Mallek, has added the change in policy on the Western Bypass to the agenda for the evening Board of Supervisors meeting on Wednesday, July 13, 2011. Citizen comment, two minutes per speaker, is invited.
There are two distinct issues of concern: One is the vote on changing the wording of the MPO to allow funds to be spent on construction of the roadway. The other, separate issue, is the destruction of local government processes during late night action votes without particular public comment.
We must begin rebuilding the public’s confidence in their representative local government.