Synetic sizzles with “The Three Musketeers.”
The mantra “All for one and one for all” springs onto the stage as Synetic Theater brings to life the fiery, bombastic ensemble of lovers and fighters in the Alexandre Dumas classic “The Three Musketeers.”
Family Fun Day and 5K returns Sunday.
Join Alexandria Mayor William D. Euille for the 2nd Annual Family Fun Day and 5K on Sunday, May 19. Events include a timed 5K race with age group awards, a 1-mile kids’ course, a Tot Trot for those under 5 (100 yards), and a 5K walk. Cash prizes for top three male/female ($100, $75, $50) 5K finishers will be awarded.
County officials to consider creation of vending zones that would allow more flexibility.
It's shortly after 1 p.m. on a beautiful spring day in Rosslyn.
Student ensemble hosts monthly improv nights.
Studio Rep is a group of eight high schoolers that perform shows throughout the year. For the past few years, the group holds auditions at the start of each school year, and once the troupe is selected, they perform through May.
McLean Rotary has broadened its menu at McLean Day and will be the only pizza vendor for the event—offering Domino’s pizza, in addition to its regular, popular hotdogs and drinks. McLean Rotary Club members have manned a hotdog booth at McLean Day since 1975, when McLean Day was held at the McLean Community Center.
The Saturday, May 18 event highlights the hometown feel.
The McLean Community Center’s (MCC) annual community festival McLean Day 2013: “Celebrating Our Hometown” draws a large crowd of residents and local businesses and organizations together once a year to celebrate their “hometown.”
The Potomac Horse Center held its open house on Sunday, May 5.
Events, gatherings, and galas in the Centreville/Chantilly Era.
Del Ray Artisans Fundraiser, Old Dominion Boat Club fundraiser gala, and other listed events
Students in the West Potomac Academy fashion design program are busy this week making final decisions and preparations for the upcoming Runway Ready “Concept to Catwalk” fashion show on Friday, May 10.
Chantilly High debuts new children’s play.
A little boy with a big imagination takes playgoers on a funny and exciting journey in Chantilly High’s new children’s show, “Imagine If.”
Ryan Bingham brings his rock/country/Americana sounds to the Birchmere Friday night.
Here is acrostic poem written by my son Tanishk Govil who is 8 years old and is in 2nd grade at Navy elementary School.
The green at T.C. Williams High School was full of fun and games, music and books as the annual Titan Expo got underway on Sunday afternoon, May 5. All proceeds from the annual fair support the Scholarship Fund of Alexandria.
Andrea Hsu is a soloist in the "Spotlight on the Pops" concert.
Andrea Hsu has a deep love of music and enjoys sharing that love with others. “Playing for others gives me a rush because I love knowing that the music you help bring to life could really have an effect on someone,” she says.