Aging-in-place remodel required a generator, much to relief of their neighbors.
Ted Rogers, 73, recently completed a senior-friendly makeover to his home, with the help of a master builder to meet his often challenging technical requirements.
Acessibility designer inspired by personal experiences.
“We are seeing more seniors choosing to stay in their homes than ever before,” says aging-in-place specialist Russ Glickman.
Fairfax County is rich with senior living centers, according to Julie Ellis, Director of the Mount Vernon Center. The Mount Vernon Center, Hollin Hall Senior Center for Creative Retirement, just celebrated its 30th anniversary in January.
'Back to the Future' is first installment.
Dark clouds and the threat of rain didn’t deter more than 100 people from gathering at Lake Anne Plaza for the first installment of Lake Anne’s summer film festival. The crowd gathered in front of a large movie screen to watch the 1985 classic “Back to the Future.”
The end of the year concert is a night filled with country-style outfits, tunes from the Old West, and plenty of spirit.
Langley Orchestra ended a year of great concerts with their Western concert on Tuesday, June 4.
"Snow White and Rose Red" by Carter Burch will be shown in a June 15 to June 30 production at the Industrial Strength Theatre at 269 Sunset Park Drive in Herndon.
Artwork transforms the ArtSpace Herndon building.
The Herndon Foundation for the Cultural Arts announced a first time event featuring public fine art panels, each 90”W x 50”H, installed in four empty window frames on the exterior of the ArtSpace Herndon building at 750 Center Street.
Ninth Annual SAIC Technology and the Arts Competition Awards Ceremony held.
On Monday, May 20, The Council for the Arts of Herndon presented the ninth Annual SAIC Technology and the Arts Competition Awards Reception at the SAIC Conference Center in McLean.
Grace Atiyeh to give her $500 prize to charities.
Six finalists waited through “The Final Countdown” to learn who would become the new Vienna Idol. From six, it came down to three in the June 7 competition.
The Langley High School Orchestra presented its final concert of the school year on June 4 in the Langley HS Auditorium. Directed by Dr. Scott McCormick and Ms. Bo-Min Son, "Blazing Bows of the West" featured music from iconic Western movies and music with an American theme.
Churchill Road sixth graders took advantage of the summery May weather to go on a scavenger hunt in Steven Nicklas’ science class.
Cindy Grisdela, member of the board and chair of the GFS Exhibits Committee says, “The Great Falls Studios member show is an opportunity to see the talents of neighbors and friends in our community. From realistic images in photos and paintings to abstract colors studies, there is something for everyone.”
Forestville Elementary School's fifth and sixth grade musical, “Seussical,” played last weekend to sold out houses.
Pull up a chair and travel into the “Inner Realms,” a place deep within the spirit, heart or soul, sometimes hidden in plain sight, and the featured theme for June at Great Falls Studios’ Virtual Gallery.
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