The new smaller prototype is more community focused and will host events with local authors.
The family friendly event will include a picnic dinner by Famille, dessert from Kiln & Kustard, face painting thanks to Lemon Lane Children’s Consignment, a fire truck from the Falls Church Volunteer Fire Department, a hole in one contest from John Marshall Bank, and miniature golf from Jefferson Falls.
Under new ownership, the healthy fruit focused restaurant will provide special discounts, freebies and have a face painter a balloon artist in attendance.
The sale includes bicycles, household goods, books, antiques, musical instruments, stereos & CD players, records, CDs, DVDs, plants, gardening items, outdoor ornaments, clean clothes (collected for thrift, not sold at the event), toys, jewelry, hardware & tools.
Falls Church City is hosting a Wellness Fair featuring a number of local businesses on Thursday, May 2 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Falls Church Community Center.
Proceeds will support the Falls Church City Public Schools, through the Falls Church Education Foundation.
The evening will include a cocktail reception, a silent auction, an invocation by Pastor Kevin Wattles, a sit-down dinner, performances by the Grace Christian Academy scholars, a presentation by Principal Patrick Hurley, a live auction, and a keynote address by Sally Lloyd-Jones, author of “The Jesus Storybook Bible.”
The event will take place Tuesday, April 23 from 5:30 – 7 p.m. at the Arc of Northern Virginia, 2755 Hartland Rd Suite 200, in the Merrifield section of Falls Church.
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Central Farm Markets has moved its Mosaic Merrifield location to the George C. Marshall High School, 7731 Leesburg Pike in Falls Church, to make it more easily accessible for the Falls Church McLean, Fairfax, Vienna and Arlington patrons. The farmers market will be renamed NOVA Central Farm Market. The new […]