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Elden Street Tea Shop to open on Pine Street.
A portion of every purchase made at Elden Street Tea Shop goes to charity.
Children pair up with Fairfax County Sheriff Deputies for a pizza party and back-to-school shopping trip of a lifetime.
Shopping handcrafted, ethically produced, nontoxic products
It all started with the local artisan's handbags, the love of little boutique shops that featured brands with morals and values, and telling her mom that more than anything else, she wanted to open a store in the Great Falls Village Centre with a showroom for those bags and other ethically and sustainably produced items.
Firefighters aggressively put out the flames.
Pride and positive interaction with law enforcement as students get needed gear.
Iconic children's clothing and toy consignment closes at Lake Anne Plaza.
Field trip to the Downtown Historic District engages students’ minds and bodies.
Clutter turns prized possessions.
Hang out with friends, coffee, tea and cats to cuddle or adopt.
Shoppers, crafters, artisans return to Herndon show.
Outdoors and under the Pavilion.
Set to welcome the holiday season with events for all ages.
Gather up your family and friends and begin celebrating the holiday season in the Town of Herndon on Saturday, Dec. 3. Multiple events are scheduled throughout the day, so put on your walking shoes, bundle up tight and head out for a fun packed day.
Together they made it happen.
In reality, the project Chantilly-based non-profit organization HomeAid Northern Virginia recently completed for The Closet of Greater Herndon proved different from its typical work, but was a game-changer for the nonprofit thrift shop located in a 100-year-old building in the heart of the town’s historic downtown district.
The Connection asked Town of Herndon residents to name the greatest things about living in the area.
Three-day event draws hundreds of enthusiasts.