The local nonprofit Commonwealth Circle, Inc. announced the recipients of their 2015 scholarships. Three local youths, Ada Haensel, Angie Leon and Karl Green, were awarded scholarships of $4,000 each based off of their academic records, community service and recommendations from teachers and counselors. To be eligible for the scholarships each student […]
Several students from Falls Church earned academic honors at colleges, universities and other academic institutions...
The Master Gardeners of Norther Virginia are presenting a workshop called Container Gardening and Composting in Small...
The Artful Gift Shop, a staple of Church Street featuring hand-crafted gifts of art, closed their doors on Saturday,...
The Alden and the McLean Community Center’s Summer Sunday Concert in the Park series begins this Sunday, July 5, at 5 p.m. at the park gazebo at McLean Central Park, located at 1468 Dolley Madison Blvd., McLean. The theme for this year’s series of free, two hour-long concerts is “Women Who […]Read more ›
AT A RIBBON CUTTING FOR ECO-NIZE CLOSETS last Saturday, Falls Church City Mayor David Tarter and Councilmember Phil Duncan gather among members of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce, employees of the Eco-nize Closets and the owner of the business, Noel Sweeney, who is shown in the photo above holding […]Read more ›
One More Page Books, located at 2200 N. Westmoreland St. #101, Arlington, announced its Summer 2015 events schedule on Monday. Their slate of authors and events kicks off on Monday, July 5 at 2:30 p.m. when the local indie bookstore co-hosts a launch party for best-selling author John Gilstrap and […]Read more ›
UPDATE: This report has been changed to reflect an update of the parking restrictions released by the City of Falls Church. The City of Falls Church continues its annual Independence Day tradition, hosting its annual fireworks display at George Mason High School next Saturday, July 4. Seating is available at […]Read more ›
The City of Falls Church posted an announcement on its website earlier this month asking drivers to use caution while driving around the Falls Church Community Center, City Hall Cherry Hill Park and Mary Riley Styles Public Library. Due to Summer camps at the community center and programs at the […]Read more ›
The Falls Church Episcopal at 115 E. Fairfax Street is hosting its inaugural Mid-Summer Festival on Saturday, July 12, 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. The free festival will include a Dixieland Jazz band, two water slides, face painting, bubbles and snow cones, according to a press release sent out about […]Read more ›