The Kensington Falls Church is offering two new free classes for caregivers and their loved ones or patients.
Author: Sally Cole
The daily menu will be offered on Café Kindred’s Instagram and Facebook stories.
Restaurants in Falls Church City interested in providing outdoor heating sources may do so providing they meet safety standards and are permitted. Permitting fees have been waived.
The Rebuild VA grant program has been expanded to help small businesses and nonprofits affected by Covid-19.
Preservation Biscuit Company has signed a lease in the Southgate Shopping Center at 102 E. Fairfax Street. It’s operated by Washington, D.C. native Tricia Barba and retired Army veteran Chef Jonathan Coombs.
Grace Christian Academy in Falls Church will be the beneficiary of proceeds from Panda Express locations on Friday, Nov. 6.
RE/MAX West End is hosting a free shredding event on Halloween, Saturday, Oct. 31, 10 a.m. – noon. Community members are invited to shred papers and show off costumes and masks.
The Neighborhood Barbershop, The State Theatre, and Clare & Don’s Beack Shack are hosting a Socially Distanced Halloween Charity Show to raise funds for the New Hope Homeless Shelter starting at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31.
Cyclebar Falls Church is opening back up on Thursday, Oct. 29. The Rock Your Ride cycling studio is taking extensive steps to abide by Covid-19 safety protocols and, as a result, will limit class attendance to seven riders per session.
A joint venture between Estein USA and Vanderbilt Office Properties has acquired 3170 and 3180 Fairview Park, a 175,000-square-foot office building complex in Falls Church for $87.5 million.