On Monday, Aug. 23 at 6:45 p.m., city officials and the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce representatives will gather at Clare & Don’s Beach Shack (130 N. Washington St., Falls Church) for a ribbon cutting to celebrate the local eatery’s newly installed solar panels.
TALL TREES came tumbling down as the lot across N. Virginia Ave. from the Mary Riley Styles Public Library was being cleared this morning to make way for a new housing development at the long-vacant site.
With voting continuing to the end of August, the City of Falls Church’s Farmers’ Market is currently holding onto a narrow first place lead in a nationwide “America’s Favorite Farmers Market” online poll. Fans of the local market are urged to cast votes at http://fcva.me/c5LsHn.
Falls Church Cub Scout Pack 681 spent the week of July 18 at Goshen Scout reservation’s Camp P.M.I.
A $500 donation was presented to the Falls Church Police Department by the Friends of the W&OD Trail President Roger Neighborgall Monday night.
Chris Andreas was the winner of Don Beyer Volvo FirstFriday ArtALot Cruise-In Friday.
Boy Scouts from Troop 681, based at the S. Spring St. Scout House in Falls Church, attended Monday night’s F.C. City Council meeting as part of their pursuit of a citizenship merit badge.
PEARL CELEBRATED her 7th birthday in style with a big pumpkin muffin from Panera Bread and a single candle.
Three Falls Church restaurants will take part in Washington, D.C.’s Summer Restaurant Week.
The Goodwin House Bailey’s Crossroads (GHBC) (3440 S. Jefferson St., Falls Church) is featuring an exhibition of art collages by DJ Gaskin. The artwork will be on view from Wednesday, Aug. 18 through Sunday, Oct. 10 in Gallery West of GHBS.