The Falls Church Elementary Parent Teacher Association has awarded $9,035.36 through its Teacher Grant program this fall. Funded projects include every elementary grade level and discipline. For a full list of the grantees, visit fcepta.org/teacher-grants.
The Alexandria-based non-profit Training Rescue Dogs is partnering with Falls Church’s Road Runner Sports to host...
Instead of their weekly Thursday night meeting, the Rotary Club of Falls Church is hosting their annual Citrus Sale...
The Arlington Artists Alliance is hosting its 11th annual Artful Weekend this weekend at the 1902 Hendry House at Fort...
Clare and Don’s Beach Shack will be one of the restaurants featured on The Cooking Channel’s new show “Off Beat Eats with Jim Stacy,” this week. The episode initially aired this morning at 2:30 a.m. and will air three more times – tonight at 10:30 p.m. and tomorrow at 1:30 […]Read more ›
Falls Church Arts extended the deadline for submissions to its upcoming Functional Art show to next Monday, Nov. 24, they announced yesterday. The show opens in December and is open to all artists in all genres. Falls Church Arts also announced a call for submissions to the Abstract Art show, […]Read more ›
The Falls Church Education Foundation announced their first ever batch of Super Grant winners late last week, surprising three groups of teachers at Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School and George Mason High School with grants of over $10,000. Last week, the local educational foundation announced that they were awarding nearly […]Read more ›
Andes Manta, a musical group that plays Andean music, is performing at the The Alden theatre in McLean Community Center, located at 1234 Ingleside Ave., McLean, this Saturday, Nov. 22, at 8 p.m. The musicians of Andes Manta, brothers Fernando, Luis, Bolivar and Jorge, aim to bring cultural understanding between […]Read more ›
The Falls Church Community Services Council, a local community ministry comprised of area congregations whose mission is to assist local families facing emergencies needs, raised over $11,000 through their second annual CROP Walk 5K. About 180 people participated in the 5K walk, which was held on Sunday, Oct. 26 and […]Read more ›
The Raptor Conservancy of Virginia, an all-volunteer non-profit based in Falls Church that specializes in the rehabilitation of wild injured, ill or orphaned raptors – hawks, eagles, owls, falcons and ospreys – is hosting its inaugural t-shirt fundraiser. The t-shirts, which are on sale for $25 at booster.com/RCV, feature the […]Read more ›