The cast and crew of the Reston Players production of "Les Miserables" are excited to announce their participation in this year’s Reston Holiday Parade on Friday, Nov. 29.
Annual tour features five homes, will be walkable for the first time.
The Town of Herndon will host its annual Holiday Homes Tour Saturday, Dec. 7, giving visitors a chance to explore five residences and the visions of their owners.
Pat Britz hosts signing at Katie’s Coffee Shop.
During her years working for the National Sleep Foundation, author Pat Britz heard it all from parents. Calls about children that wouldn’t go to bed, that couldn’t sleep and more.
Imagine a tiny world, smaller than the eye can see. Imagine it hurtling through space with no direction. Imagine this little planet, and know that it is possible. By just thinking, anything is possible. Herndon High School masterfully illustrated this power of imagination in their rendering of "Seussical the Musical."
Photo exhibit on display in Reston until Nov. 30.
On Nov. 14 there was an evening reception at the Reston Center 1 for photographer Patricia Deege’s exhibit "Africa The Living Wild."
More than 150 original pieces of art were juried by art specialist Jack Rasmussen for the Vienna Arts Society 44th Annual Treasury of Art Show and Sale that took place Nov. 22 through Nov. 24 at the Vienna Community Center.
On Nov. 19, the Air Force Strolling Strings performed at Vienna Elementary for students.
Kickback with a warm beverage and enjoy the show. Great Falls Studios (GFS) sponsors a continuing schedule of exhibits in the conference room at Starbucks Great Falls Center, 9863 Georgetown Pike.
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Tables laden with holiday gifts filled the hallways of the atrium at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital on Friday, Nov. 15, for a holiday bazaar.
After 35 years, Kathy Harty Gray and her dance company are taking a bow.
Kathy Harty Gray's career may have started as a student at Julliard, but she and her students will celebrate her legacy in Alexandria.
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Lorton’s Attic provides revenue and services for programs and clients of the Lorton Community Action Center.
At Lorton’s Attic, the thrift store owned and operated by the Lorton Community Action Center, holiday shoppers can buy new gifts for everyone on their list, while at the same time donating to a local charity.
Fairfax Station artist, Lynn Goldstein was selected to receive the Best-in-Show award for her painting, "Facing West-On Stage," at the national exhibition, "Shades of Pastel," in Frederick, Md.
Providence Players present 'A Christmas Carol.'
It is that most wonderful time of the year; Christmas is coming. And the Providence Players have "a new fresh approach to that Holiday icon, 'A Christmas Carol'," said Brian O'Connor. “The Players have found a new adaptation by Janet Allard and Michael Bigelow Dixon that will give families great enjoyment along with being a new take."