Commemorative Butterfly Garden

10/10/17 Household Chemical Collection and Computer Recycling Event.  From VPPSA “The collection event is scheduled for: Saturday, October 14th, 8 AM – 12 NOON, Warhill High School parking lot, 4615 Opportunity Way, (off of Centerville Road), Williamsburg  23188, Click this link for a map

05/23/17 Wine Club Wine ClubSome people have asked for notes on the final Spring Wine Tasting evening, as we take a summer break. We sampled some excellent South African wines (as well as being very well fed and enjoying a fun evening). Notes are available on the Wine Club page. (Login Required) If you would like to join us for the Fall wine selections, please contact Anne Luchsinger.

05/11/17 Nextdoor nextdoor Welcome to the new kid on the block, Nextdoor for Lake Powell Forest residents. “Nextdoor is the private social network for you, your neighbors and your community. It’s the easiest way for you and your neighbors to talk online and make all of your lives better in the real world. And it’s free.”

05/11/17 Shred-a-Thon The James City County police will host the next Shred-A-Thon 8:30-11:30am June 3rd at James City County/Williamsburg Circuit Court, 5201 Monticello Ave. First grocery bag free; $5 for subsequent bags up to a maximum of 10. More info at 757-253-1800

03/15/17 Household Chemical Collection and Computer Recycling Event. The next event will be at Warhill High School,4615 Opportunity Way, on Saturday, April 8th, 8 AM – 12 NOON,  Details at Household Chemical Collections and Computer Recycling . Next event, June 10th.

Isabel pic-nic tables.

Isabel pic-nic tables.

12/04/2016 Retention Ponds
Those who walk the trails regularly will have noticed our new residents, on the retention ponds. (Photo below by Paul L)

Retention Pond ducks

Retention Pond ducks

05/01/16 Our Latest Resident

Opassum, the Algonquian term for white animal. Photo by Paul L.

10/21-2015 Trails

A Trails Map is available on the Documents page, available under Residents

06.24.13      From the BOD.

“Please be considerate of your neighbors and pick up after your pets.”

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