From how to eat away a broken heart to the quick-fix remedy for any cold, the four official judges of this Saturday’s Taste of Falls Church answer the News-Press’ tough questions.
Author, inventor and world champion skydiver, Scott Germain, is shown presenting, “Transcending the Fear Mentality” at last Thursday’s Falls Church Rotary Club meeting.
U.S. REP. JIM MORAN (left) joined State Del. Jim Scott (center) and other dignitaries at the annual Labor Day Ice Cream Social in Falls Church’s Cherry Hill Park Monday.
FORMER VIRGINIA GOV. Tim Kaine (left), who is now the chair of the Democratic National Committee, came back to Virginia from his Washington D.C. office Saturday.
Metro Stage (120 N. Royal St., Alexandria) will host a pay-what-you-can night of drama with a theatrical performance of “Glimpses of the Moon” this Friday, Sept. 10 at 8 p.m.
The Falls Church Education Foundation (FCEDF) presents the 5th Annual Run for the Schools event this Sunday, Sept. 12 at 8 a.m. The race features a chip timing system, and a post-race awards ceremony to include cash and equipment prizes for runners in seven age categories.
Merrifield Garden Center’s free gardening seminars, open to the public, kick off this Saturday, Sept. 11 with Ornamental Grasses, led by Landscape Designer Amy Strunk. Ornamental grasses vary in size, shape and color, from a few inches tall with fine blades to over 10’ tall with fluffy plumes.
In less than two weeks, Creative Cauldron will host its second installment of Fourth Wall Open Cauldron, an open mic night for singers, poets and more, at ArtSpace Falls Church.
A refresher-driving course for licensed drivers aged 50 and older is being provided by the Falls Church Senior Center (223 Little Falls St., Falls Church) on Sept. 16 – 17 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. those days.
City of Falls Church residents are reminded about F.C.’s Recycling Extravaganza this Saturday, Sept. 11 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Recycling Center (217 Gordon Rd., Falls Church).