• Filene Center lawn filled with patrons

    Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts

    Virginia

Volunteer Newsletter

Submit your articles now for the next issue of Wolf Trap's volunteer newsletter. Articles of any length are appreciated! Pictures encouraged. Please click here to e-mail your article.



Current issue of the Volunteer Newsletter:



2010 - Winter Edition (289 KB)



Previous issues of the Volunteer Newsletter:



2009 - Fall Edition (987 KB)



2009 - Spring Edition (236 KB)




Highlights from Spring Newsletter:

- New Park Volunteer Coordinator (pg.2)

- Revised Rear Orchestra Seating Policy (pg. 3)

- Backstage for Volunteers (pg. 2)




2008 - Fall Edition (463 KB)




Highlights from the Fall Newsletter:

- Wolf Trap wins "Take Pride in America" Award (pg. 1)

- Volunteer recognition events (pg.3)




2008 - June Edition (396 KB)




Highlights from the June Newsletter:

- Award winning volunteers (pg. 1)

- Perks for volunteering (pg. 3)

- Calendar of volunteer events (pg. 3)






2007 - Fall Issue (822 KB)




Highlights from the Falls Newsletter:

- Main Gate demolition begins (pg. 1)

- Photos from both Ranger and Usher picnics (pgs 2 & 3)

- Wolf Trap's First-Aid Volunteers win an award (pg. 1)

- Special Backstage Tours for Volunteers (pg.5)




2007 - Summer Issue




Highlights from the Summer Newsletter:

- Local elementary school helps clean up the park (pg. 1)

- Wolf Trap volunteers highlighted in local newspaper (pg. 2)

- Eagle Scout projects at the park (pg. 4)


Did You Know?

Wolf Trap Run

Wolf Trap's name comes from the creek that flows in the area - Wolf Trap Run.