Lynn Goldstein to participate in an art exhibition designed to bridge the divide between East and West.
Fairfax Station artist, Lynn Goldstein, has just completed work for the humanitarian and multi-national exhibition, “Amen-A Prayer for the World,” to take place at the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. (Aug. 31 – Oct. 6) and the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine in New York City (Oct. 12 – Nov. 6).
Movie theater uses Kickstarter to fund overdue improvements.
University Mall Theatres, in Fairfax, needs $100,000 to replace its second-hand seats. Nearly each seat in the 23-year old theater has been repaired with duct tape to cover up tears and exposed foam.
Suspect in credit card theft, volunteers needed, town council meeting and farmers markets.
The Northern Virginia Wiffle Ball World Series raises $40,000.
The charity event was sponsored by the 2 Young Foundation [2YF], an organization dedicated to raising money for the fight against brain cancer, and Van Metre Homes.
Event shows vehicles used by Reston Association.
Trucks on display included a dump truck, trash truck, back hoe, Bobcat and a moving tractor. Fairfax County Fire and Rescue, Fairfax County Police, and USPS also had vehicles at the event.
An Afternoon with the Madisons in McLean.
Center will close on Sept. 18 for major renovations.
Spring Hill’s Recreation Center will be undergoing a $10 million facelift.
Waltz Dance at Glen Echo
Local pleasures to offset discouraging news
The news here has been a bit discouraging, and that’s without considering the human tragedy and disaster of several different international situations... So here are a few end-of-summer activities that can serve as antidote.
Boy Scout creates a playroom in a police station.
A police station can be a scary place for a child. But thanks to a local teen and his Eagle Scout project, the Sully District Station just got a whole lot friendlier for children.
From Aug. 6-10, the Arlington County Fair will be in full gear featuring live performances, competitions, carnival rides and more. The free event, which has been going on for more than 35 years, has a mission to “showcase the best of Arlington.”
The WGCC Lightning swimmers have just completed one of the most successful seasons in the team's history.
Phoenix Bikes on the rise
“Years from now, you will be able to say ‘I rode in the very first event.’ Your contribution to this wonderful organization is something to remember, always.”
Signature Theatre held its annual open house on Saturday, Aug. 2.
“Flourishing After 55” from Arlington Office of Senior Adult Programs, Aug. 17-22.