The McLean Community Center recently announced that its Ingleside Avenue facility is scheduled to begin in April 2017. To ensure the Center’s programs and services will continue uninterrupted, McLean Community Center executive director George Sachs has worked with Fairfax County’s Facilities Management Department to find and secure rental properties for a 22-month period, beginning as early as March 2017.
“We will relocate and occupy these spaces in March with hopes of moving back to the newly renovated Community Center by the fall of 2018. We want to continue to meet the needs of the community throughout this period of transition and we feel fortunate to have found locations that will allow us to do just that,” Sachs said.
In order to continue to offer a variety of classes, the McLean Community Center has secured the use of a nearby property. The majority of the Center’s classes will be held at 6645 Old Dominion Drive in the McLean Square Shopping Center. Currently, the Center offers more than 100 classes each session. The new location includes four classrooms, which will be scheduled for maximum use. The space will also house the Center’s registration office.
For more information, call the center at 703-790-0123 or visit the center’s website at mcleancenter.org.