Falls Church Arts debuted its Enviro Art show last week, featuring pieces made with items from nature or rescued from the waste stream. The show was curated by Environmental Artist Teddy Wiant, and featured three new FCA members exhibiting for the first time. Wiant (center) is pictured above with his singing “Wood Bard” piece, […]
Students whose essays were judged the top three of 15 entries for seventh- and eighth-grade students in the Falls Church...
United Way of the National Capital Area announced last week that it is awarding 21 grants totaling $338,662 to member...
Two students from Falls Church have recently been named to collegiate honor societies. Mary Schranck at Longwood University was initiated...
McDaniel College freshman Jaime Alexander Calderon of Falls Church is among 28 students selected into the Global Fellows program. McDaniel’s Global Fellows program is a structured three-year program that is open to freshmen and is designed to enhance their understanding of global issues, develop heightened intercultural competency, and cultivate the […]Read more ›
The City of Falls Church has been named a Tree City USA community by the Arbor Day Foundation for the 36th year in a row, and the City will celebrate the honor at the 122nd anniversary of Arbor Day on Saturday, April 26, with a morning neighborhood tree planting and […]Read more ›
The City of Falls Church Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration are hosting a prescription drug take-back on Saturday, April 26, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the City’s Property Yard, 217 Gordon Road, in conjunction with the City’s Recycling Extravaganza. The prescription drug take-back program helps prevent pill […]Read more ›
On each of the five Thursdays in May, a professor from Marymount University will share his or her expertise on high-priority, practical issues for seniors in a series of free classes sponsored by AgingUp, an interfaith organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for seniors in Falls Church and McLean. […]Read more ›
Alexis Morse of Falls Church was one of nearly 300 James Madison University students who embarked on 30 alternative spring break trips around the country and world this year. Morse, a junior psychology major, traveled to York, South Carolina, to work with York Place. York Place is a home and residential treatment […]Read more ›
The Falls Church Farmers’ Market Chef Demonstration Series will return to the City of Falls Church farmers’ market this Saturday, April 19. At Saturday’s demonstration, Willow Restaurant’s Tracy O’Grady and Kate Jensen will create a seasonal favorite featuring eggs in honor of Easter using items from the farmers’ market. As with […]Read more ›