Join us for a weekend of spooktacular fun! We'll have a campfire and Pumpkin Carving Contest, Site Decorating Contest, Trick or Treat Bag Decorating, and Trick or Treating around the campground. Our first annual Chili Cook Off will start this weekend and on Sunday, we'll have a ghoulish pancake breakfast. So much fun going on, it's scary!
Join us for a frightfully fun weekend with Scarecrow building! Bring some old clothes to make a scarecrow. We'll have a site decorating contest, Trick or Treat Bag Decorating, Trick or Treating around the campground and spooktacular games in the Pavillion. Or just chill with the ghosts around the campfire. Sunday's pancake breakfast rounds out the bewitching good time!
TUCK EVERLASTING Script by Mark J. Frattaroli Based on the book Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt Recommended for ages 10 and up What if you could live forever? What if you were asked to keep a shocking secret? Young Winnie Foster suddenly finds herself faced with these dilemmas when she ventures from her routine one single summer morning. What she encounters at the foot of a magnificent tree in the woods on her family's land brings her face to face with monumental life choices. A romance, a new family, perhaps eternal life? What follows is a whirlwind of events and a life-affirming adventure that The New York Times called "fearsome and beautifully written." Considered one of the classics of modern children's literature, this poetic story comes intensely to life on the DCT stage.
This month, Sweet as Sugar will be doing a reading of Harold and the Purple Crayon. A select number of the first few attendees will receive a board book version of Harold and the Purple crayon, as well as a set of purple crayons. Parents in attendance will also be placed in a raffle for a $50 Sweet as Sugar gift card!
This summer, the Arlington Museum of Art is very excited to host Keith Haring: Against All Odds. Bridging the gap between the traditional art world and alternative street culture, Keith Haring rose to prominence in the early 1980s with his New York City graffiti drawings. The exhibition is set to run from June 21, 2019 to September 15, 2019.