Falls Church City Public School families are reminded to commemorate themselves, or honor a favorite teacher or a staff member by purchasing an engraved brick for the Mt. Daniel Elementary walkway entrance before the March 22 deadline.
A DOUBLE DOSE OF NEWS FROM CAPITOL SERVICES, INC., a Falls Church-based event management company.
Three adult positions and two youth positions are open this year.
Attendees will learn the basics of prevention, colonoscopy procedures, the latest screening guidelines and treatment of colorectal cancer. This meeting is free, but attendees are asked to register beforehand.
Throughout the winter, with a general shade of gray coming from the sky, the squirrel doesn’t stick out too much. But with spring, summer and a burst of color fast approaching, this guy better get back into scampering shape.
Almost 70 years after it first started churning out frozen custard in an art-deco-styled roadside stand at the corner of Route 50 and Annandale Road, Frozen Dairy Bar is set for a triumphant return this spring.
Dhamin Jassim, a graduate of the Institute and Academy of Fine Art in Baghdad, will be the featured presenter at the McLean Art Society meeting.
The audience follows Mary as she becomes her own person and watches as she learns to make up her own mind about what is important to her, regardless of other’s opinions, until Mary claims her independent decisions and finds friends who truly support her.
The Lions will be offering fresh Florida, California and Texas citrus and Vermont maple syrup for sale.
David J. Silbey of Cornell University, a professor of military history will discuss the D-Day operation and examine the landing and what came after to understand the challenges the Allies faced in not just breaking into Fortress Europe, but breaking out towards the German homeland.