McLean Little League Spring Softball Registration will open next weekend.
The Virginia Commission for the Arts will present a series of statewide application assistance workshops to be held in January and February, 2011.
The first officially sanctioned Stonewall Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Caucus of the Democratic Party of Virginia was formed this month and News-Press owner-editor Nicholas Benton was elected to serve on its board.
The Fairfax Art League has announced the opening of its new January Fairfax Art Gallery Show. Ruth Bailey will be the featured artist, sharing her new “Take Me Away ~ Italy!” collection highlighted with recently created paintings with landscapes and natural settings from Italy. Other new pieces by members of […]
The McLean Community Center is seeking exhibitors to participate in its 2011 Be Fit McLean! Outdoor Adventure & Fitness Expo. The expo will be held from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 26, at the center. Admission is free. The center is located at 1234 Ingleside Ave.
Falls Church Arts is hosting its eighth annual all member show and sale. The exhibit is the kickoff event to Passport to the World: A Festival of Music, Dance, Art and Story.
Kathryn Peyton, a social studies teacher at Marshall High School, has been named Virginia’s 2010 Outstanding Economic Educator of the Year by the Virginia Council on Economic Education. Marshall High School is a Fairfax County public school.
Sophie, a 3-year-old pup, has earned the moniker Sweet Sophie because she is so kind.
Mary Ellen Henderson students enrolled in the afterschool activities program, are creating hats for patients at Children’s National Medical Center to wear during their treatment.
Six Fairfax County public schools have been recognized as finalists for the Scholastic Crown Award, the highest honor bestowed on student publications by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA). Each of the publications will receive either a Gold or Silver Crown Award during the CSPA convention in March 2011.