Anya Getter is a member of The Arlington Artist’s Alliance and shows her work at the Gallery Underground in Arlington.
Anyone that is unable to attend is asked to consider purchasing a ticket for some of the over 60 Falls Church City Public Schools staff who would enjoy the party.
With the weather heating back up, don’t expect these sightings until the leaves are back on the ground.
The event includes green fees, golf cart, lunch, a “goodie bag” and post-event awards dinner at Ireland’s Four Provinces (105 W Broad St, Falls Church) and the cost is $175 per golfer/$700 per foursome.
The Children’s Center, which has openings for children ages 2-4 from low-income families for the Fall 2019, invites the public to an Open House & Early Education Expo on Saturday, May 18, from 9:30 a.m. – noon.
Guest speaker is Michelle Layer Rahal, who will discuss her collaborative book, “Straining Forward: Minh Phuong Towner Story.”
The teachers studied with their colleagues in courses and workshops led by expert teaching artists and arts educators to learn ways to integrate the arts in their teaching through a range of programs.
Avila has received the largest prize thus far in the Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia and Delaware area.
In addition to enjoying the festivities at McLean Day 2019, residents of Small District 1A-Dranesville will elect five new members to the McLean Community Center’s 11-member Governing Board.
The reception at 4:30 p.m. and the program at 5:15 p.m. will recognize the nominees and winners for the Falls Church Education Foundation Teacher of the Year, Support Staff Employee of the Year, Professional Specialist of the Year, Beginning Teacher awards and Honored Community Partners.