The Census’ 2017 American Community Survey report by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research has found that Falls Church is among the nation’s leaders in terms of senior labor force participation, with almost 37 percent of people 65 or older still working, either full or part-time. According to […]
Author: Sally Cole
The re-branded and re-styled Tinner Hill Music Festival is scheduled for Saturday, June 8 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Cherry Hill Park, 312 Park Avenue, Falls Church. The day-long event will include an impressive music line-up including nationally and locally acclaimed bands, a food village with BBQ, kid […]
The City of Falls Church has a new part-time temporary hourly position available for a downtown and park coordinator. The newly created position will coordinate, manage, and program activities for a small area of the City’s downtown, including the revitalized municipal park on the north side of the 100 block […]
Code Ninjas will soon open in the Lincoln at Tinner Hill Building located at 510 S. Washington Street, Suite F. Code Ninjas is the fastest growing national children’s coding franchise which teaches children 7 – 14 computer coding and problem-solving skills through a game based curriculum. Now accepting enrollments, the […]
Karma Yoga and Wellness has leased the space formerly occupied by Dancing Mind, which shuttered its doors at the end of March, at 929 W. Broad Street. Owned and operated by former Dancing Mind manager Olivia Jeffers and her family, Karma Yoga will offer affordable Baptiste-style vinyasa classes as well […]
The Rite Aid located at 1003 W. Broad Street, is closing June 4. This location was one of the select Rite Aid stores purchased by Walgreens which has decided to shutter the store, despite recently converting the pharmacy. Select merchandise is now 50 percent off. The store will re-open three […]
Players 8-14 years are invited to try out.
The new smaller prototype is more community focused and will host events with local authors.
The family friendly event will include a picnic dinner by Famille, dessert from Kiln & Kustard, face painting thanks to Lemon Lane Children’s Consignment, a fire truck from the Falls Church Volunteer Fire Department, a hole in one contest from John Marshall Bank, and miniature golf from Jefferson Falls.
Under new ownership, the healthy fruit focused restaurant will provide special discounts, freebies and have a face painter a balloon artist in attendance.