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Happening this week!
Juneteenth Block Party
Saturday, June 3, 2023 at Fairfield Middle School
Come out and enjoy our carnival-themed Juneteenth Block Party from 11 a.m. -1 p.m. We will have a live DJ, a dunk tank, a bouncy house, and plenty of chances to win prizes. We will also have community resource vendors sharing information and concessions from Four Brothers and Elite Treats & Eats.
HCPS Early Learning Preschool helps students develop the knowledge, skills, attributes and experiences to be life-ready! Applications are being accepted now for 2023-24.
Find out more and start the application process at https://henricoschools.us/preschool/!
HCPS Teacher Licensure Info Session June 7
Find out how you can become a teacher sooner than you may think! Come to a Teacher Licensure Information Session June 7 from 5:30-7 p.m. at Fairfield Area Library. To register and get more information, scan the code or go to https://henricoschools.us/calendar/teacher-licensure-information-session/. Questions? Email our licensure team: firstname.lastname@example.org. We can’t wait to talk with you about joining the HCPS team.
Juneteenth Block Party
Friday, June 9 at Hidden Creek
Come celebrate at our Backyard BBQ Juneteenth Block Party. There will be a live DJ, a rock climbing wall, a game room, and a community gardening project. Be sure to participate in the scavenger hunt to enter the raffle. Grilled hot dogs and Ice cream will be provided while supplies last.
Saturday, June 17, 2023 at Dorey Park
Join Henrico Recreation & Parks for a vendor fair, kids zone, food trucks, and entertainment. FREE and open to the public! Details
2023 Henrico 4-H Camp Registration
Each summer, Henrico youth have the opportunity to attend 4‑H Camp along the shores of the James River, at the Jamestown 4‑H Center. The 2023 Henrico 4-H Camp is August 7 – 11th. Youth stay in air-conditioned cabins/lodges. Activities at camp include swimming, archery, canoeing, basketball, volleyball, forestry, shooting education, campfires, crafts, marine science, skits, and much more! At camp, youth learn to appreciate the outdoors, develop friendships, and pick up skills that enhance self-reliance, cooperation, confidence, and interdependence. These skills will remain with them throughout childhood and into adulthood.
**Adult male volunteers are still needed for the Henrico 4-H Camp week. If interested, contact Kendra Young (email@example.com) or Carter Humphries (firstname.lastname@example.org) about volunteering.
Who can attend?
4-H Camp is co-ed and campers must turn 9 by 9/30/2023 and must be no older than 14 on 12/31/2022. Campers must be Henrico County residents. Cabins and lodges will be the designated camp teams. One roommate request will be honored; please list camper’s name on the form below. Youth residing outside of Henrico County will be allowed to submit registration forms and payment beginning on May 15, if space is available.