180 shoppers arrive in the first five minutes of the Arlington Public Library book sale.
“It’s wild, very exciting. The dealers are first in the door with a plan and a mission and know what they are looking for.” — Peter Petruski, Division Chief of Collections and Access, Arlington Public Library
A different cinema experience
Come for any or all: what’s on the big screen, the restaurant food and drinks, or to chill for a bit and enjoy the view from the balcony overlooking Market Street.
A fresh, new take on a classic love story.
Featuring a cast and crew of nearly 60, Fairfax High is presenting “Romeo and Juliet.” But this version is set in a different time period than the original and has a surprising amount of humor.
Nepenthe Gallery will feature the artwork of Lee Jaworek, at their weekly ART+WINE+CHEESE event on Thursday, Nov. 9 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Ann Allman and her husband, Frank Gulino, have lived in our area for forty years.
Fiendish fun in LTA’s Young Frankenstein; special performance set for Oct. 31.
The comedic genius of Mel Brooks comes to life in the Little Theatre of Alexandria’s “Young Frankenstein,” the musical version of the horror movie parody of the same name that first debuted in 1974.
Driving tour to artist studios open to the public.
The Great Falls Studio Tour is celebrating its 20th anniversary. This coming weekend, 42 artists will take part in the free and open-to-the-public tour happening from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 20, through Sunday, Oct. 22.
Wendy MacCallum and Heather Sheire find a winning formula at Livin’ the Pie Life.
Popular arts festival celebrates 28 years.
Harvest Festival at Cabin John Village brings together families, farmers, artisans and a taste of autumn
Chilly temperatures and sunshine beaming from a cloudless blue sky made the backdrop for the Harvest Festival at Cabin John Village.
47th annual celebration is Saturday, Oct. 14.
Cameron’s Coffee & Chocolates celebrates 10 years.
Burke Church Brings Back the Raptors
31st annual Centreville Day is Saturday, Oct. 14.
Live music, a colorful parade, children’s activities and fun galore on an early fall day – all that and more are in store at the 31st annual Centreville Day. It’s set for Saturday, Oct. 14, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., in Historic Centreville Park. The free event will be held at 5714 Mount Gilead Road (off Braddock Road, across Route 29 from the IHOP).
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