George Mason Friends, a Friends of the Library organization, is hosting a semi-annual book sale to benefit the Fairfax County Public Library System next weekend. The book sale hour are Thursday, April 23, from 3 – 9 p.m., Friday, April 24, from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday, April 25, from […]
Megan Graham, a probation counselor for the City of Falls Church, was presented with the City’s 2014 Employee...
Cherry Hill Farmhouse announced two events for the month of May last week. The first is a Mother’s Day Tea, which...
The first ever Taste of Annandale, which will take place June 13 from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m., was announced yesterday at...
Over spring break, George Mason High School seniors Beamlak Hailemariam, Julian Grippo and Michael Winters, Jr., won the first place prize at Intel’s Virginia State Science and Engineering Fair State Science Fair for Chemistry. Their project, “Emission Evaporators” looked at possible solutions for reducing carbon dioxide emissions from industrial power plants. […]Read more ›
A team of students from South County High School in Lorton is headed to New York City on Monday, April 27 to participate as finalists in the 10th annual Moody’s Mega Math Challenge. The Moody’s Mega Math Challenge is a national high school math modeling competition that tasks participants with solving a real-world […]Read more ›
Plant clinics staffed by the Virginia Cooperative Extension’s Master Gardeners are opening this week and will remain open through the fall season. One plant clinic, which opens today from 6:45 – 8:45 p.m., is located at the Arlington Central Library at 1015 N. Quincy St., Arlington and is open every Thursday through […]Read more ›
Students from the Congressional Schools of Virginia participated in the educational workshop “The History of Gospel Music” at the White House on Tuesday. In conjunction with the PBS music special “The Gospel Tradition: In Performance at the White House,” First Lady Michelle Obama hosted the workshop in the White House’s State […]Read more ›
Lily Slonim, a Falls Church resident and junior political science major at James Madison University, spent her spring break doing service work in Wellington, Co., working at Harvest Farm, a 209-acre farm and rehabilitation center for men. The farm accommodates up to 72 men who participate in a long-term programs with the […]Read more ›
Unity Chapter 201 is hosting an antique appraisal event with a professional appraiser from Quinn’s Auction Galleries next Saturday, April 25, from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. at the Kemper Macon-Ware Lodge at 411 Little Falls Street. All appraisals will be verbal and prepayment of $10 per item is required. Registration […]Read more ›