Donna Manz of Vienna has a B.A. in English from the University of Connecticut, 1969; studies at Virginia Tech, MBA program, Tourism and Hospitality Management, ongoing. Donna prefers soft news, life-style news, to hard news. Particularly enjoys promoting human interest stories, especially those of the people and civic groups who make Vienna and Oakton a better place to live.
Organized and sponsored by the Vienna Arts Society, adoption event pulled together adoptables and families looking for a furry family member.
Debut block party on Church Street and Town Green sponsored by Town of Vienna Parks and Rec offers live music, food, fun.
Annual kids’ obstacle course embraces safe biking.
Brian Bui pulled the most cash-votes to take the title.
It took 45 auditions, months of preparation and community outreach, and dozens of sponsors and volunteers to come down to this moment: Vienna Idol 2016 finals.
Throughout Vienna, small shops are loaded with a big fan-base.
From one end of Vienna to the other, there are small businesses loaded with a loyal customer-base who may not be famous – yet – in the community.
Rides, food, entertainment, kids’ activities and Memorial Day tribute celebrate community spirit.
What has 300-plus craft and merchandise vendors, dozens of carnival-food kiosks, non-stop entertainment on multiple stages, more than 20 amusement rides for kids, and takes over the historic Church Street corridor for three days? The annual Memorial Day weekend festival, hosted by the Rotary Club of Vienna, ViVa! Vienna! does.
Participants will create mobiles from repurposed natural and manmade materials
The Vienna Arts Society (VAS) has scheduled its first, “Planet Art for Kids” event in celebration of Earth Day, Saturday, April 30 at the VAS center on Pleasant Street, Vienna.
From 350 students in 1965 to 750 students today, Westbriar boasts outstanding academic programs and recognition.
In the early years of Westbriar Elementary School’s 50-year-run, there were but 350 students from the neighborhoods along Old Courthouse Road on down to Browns Mill.
Historic Vienna, Inc. and Friends of Patrick Henry Library offered more than 30,000 used books over April’s first weekend.
It was a big weekend over April 2 and 3 for Vienna-area book fairs. Both Historic Vienna, Inc. and Friends of Patrick Henry Library opened their doors to hundreds of residents and book dealers and offered thousands of inexpensive used books.
Vienna Theatre Company reproduces two mysteries with humor and hard-boiled crime-solving.
The 18-month closure of the Vienna Community Center – renovation time – precipitated some scurrying around by groups that regularly used the center for programming and special events.