Events Calendar

Our Stomping Ground offers a variety of programs including book clubs, games nights, art and fitness classes and more. We are always adding new events. Be sure to explore our calendar and register for those programs that are of interest. Some events are open to just residents of a specific community, some are open to residents and Friends of OSG, and others are open to anyone in the Northern VA area.

Queens Court 1615 18th St N, Arlington
Reading Circle at Queens Court

Join OSG and APAH at Queens Court for an afternoon of reading with the neighbors. We will meet in the lobby of Queens Court. Contact Donna Budway at donnab@ourstompingground.org for any questions. *Note: things change. Sign-up is mandatory since we will communicate changes of plans via email.

Theodore Roosevelt Island Theodore Roosevelt Island, Washington D.C.
Roosevelt Island Clean-up

We’re firm believers that community extends beyond the people in our lives – it also encompasses the world we live in and our individual impact on the environment. To that end, please join us as we work together to clean up Roosevelt Island- one of D.C.’s jewels. This is a great opportunity to learn about this historical landmark, create new friendships, and protect our community. Details for attending: We will meet in front of the bridge before heading over to… Read More »Roosevelt Island Clean-up

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Gilliam Place 918 South Lincoln Street, Arlington
Yoga at Gilliam Place

Join OSG in a yoga flow led by our friend Ania Sowińska. This will be an adaptive yoga practice that focuses on the individual needs of each individual rather than forcing positions. We'll meet at Gilliam Place in the community room, please bring your own yoga mat. All are welcome, however, we have a limit of 8 people so please register below as soon as possible.  Read more about Yoga at Gilliam here.

Queens Court 1615 18th St N, Arlington
Queens Court Walk Around the Block

Join our Queens Court community for a monthly walk around the neighborhood and local trails. We will meet in the Queens Court lobby. Please wear comfortable walking shoes and feel free to bring a friend! Please RSVP below so we have a headcount.

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Social Justice Club: Invictus

This week for our Social Justice Club, we're discussing the movie Invictus. The story is based on the 2008 John Carlin book Playing the Enemy: Nelson Mandela and the Game That Made a Nation about the events in South Africa before and during the 1995 Rugby World Cup. All are welcome, and you don't need to have attended previous meetings to join. We just ask that you watch the movie beforehand. Please RSVP to receive the Zoom link.

Gilliam Place 918 South Lincoln Street, Arlington
Reading Circle at Gilliam Place

Join OSG and APAH at Gilliam Place for an afternoon of reading with the neighbors. This time we'll be joined by the Arlington Public Library who will be handing out books from their book bus! We will meet in the lobby of Gilliam Place. Contact donnab@ourstompingground.org for any questions. Please RSVP below.

Theodore Roosevelt Island Theodore Roosevelt Island, Washington D.C.
Roosevelt Island Clean-up

We’re firm believers that community extends beyond the people in our lives – it also encompasses the world we live in and our individual impact on the environment. To that end, please join us as we work together to clean up Roosevelt Island- one of D.C.’s jewels. This is a great opportunity to learn about this historical landmark, create new friendships, and protect our community. Details for attending: We will meet in front of the bridge before heading over to… Read More »Roosevelt Island Clean-up

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Social Justice Club

This week for our Social Justice Club we're beginning to read and discuss the book The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian by Sherman Alexie. This a first-person narrative novel from the perspective of a Native American teenager, Arnold Spirit Jr., also known as "Junior", a 14-year-old promising cartoonist.  The book is about Junior's life on the Spokane Indian Reservation and his decision to go to a nearly all-white public high school away from the reservation. The graphic novel includes 65 comic illustrations that help… Read More »Social Justice Club

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Gilliam Place 918 South Lincoln Street, Arlington
Gilliam Place Dinner Club

Every third Thursday night of the month, the Gilliam Place community and Our Stomping Ground are gathering together and heading to the restaurant Rincome Thai Cuisine. This is the perfect opportunity to meet new friends, connect with old ones, try local Arlington restaurants and indulge your inner-foodie! Restaurant Details: Rincome Thai Cuisine 3030 Columbia Pike, Arlington VA 22204 Website here   *Note: Sign-up is mandatory since we need a headcount and may need to cap the number of reservations. Additionally,… Read More »Gilliam Place Dinner Club

Theodore Roosevelt Island Theodore Roosevelt Island, Washington D.C.
Roosevelt Island Clean-up

We’re firm believers that community extends beyond the people in our lives – it also encompasses the world we live in and our individual impact on the environment. To that end, please join us as we work together to clean up Roosevelt Island- one of D.C.’s jewels. This is a great opportunity to learn about this historical landmark, create new friendships, and protect our community. Details for attending: We will meet in front of the bridge before heading over to… Read More »Roosevelt Island Clean-up

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Gilliam Place 918 South Lincoln Street, Arlington
Yoga at Gilliam Place

Join OSG in a yoga flow led by our friend Ania Sowińska. This will be an adaptive yoga practice that focuses on the individual needs of each individual rather than forcing positions. We'll meet at Gilliam Place in the community room, please bring your own yoga mat. All are welcome, however, we have a limit of 8 people so please register below as soon as possible.  Read more about Yoga at Gilliam here.

Zoom
Social Justice Club

This week for our Social Justice Club we're beginning to read and discuss the book The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian by Sherman Alexie. This a first-person narrative novel from the perspective of a Native American teenager, Arnold Spirit Jr., also known as "Junior", a 14-year-old promising cartoonist.  The book is about Junior's life on the Spokane Indian Reservation and his decision to go to a nearly all-white public high school away from the reservation. The graphic novel includes 65 comic illustrations that help… Read More »Social Justice Club