The observance this week of the great spiritual holidays of Easter and Passover offers an opportunity to contemplate some of the significant contributions that faith-based volunteer groups add to our community.
Merry Christmas! As many Mason District residents observe their religious traditions by attending Midnight Mass or other appropriate religious services, others are hard at work, making sure that our community is safe and that folks needing emergency services – from police, fire, health care providers, social workers, etc. – have […]
No matter what language, “thank you” is an appropriate and thoughtful phrase at any time of the year.
American Soccer Academy to Host Summer Camp American Soccer Academy, the Mid-Atlantic’s premier youth soccer education organization, has announced that it will be hosting a community soccer camp from Aug. 18 to 22 at Idylwood Park (7713 Virginia Lane, Falls Church). The camp is open to boys and girls, ages […]
Join the Fairfax Master Naturalist Program The Fairfax Master Naturalist chapter, which specializes in local ecology and natural history, is offering its training course in Falls Church between Sept. 3 and Nov. 19 at Marshall High School (7731 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church).
The chair of the Falls Church City Democratic Committee officially announced yesterday that the campaign of Democratic Presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama is opening an office in the downtown area of the City of Falls Church, at 350 S. Washington St.FCCDC Chair Betty Coll made the announcement through an e-mail […]
Springtime also is celebration time for many Mason District residents and organizations. Congratulations are in order for:
FC Arts Gallery Exhibit Opening Falls Church Arts, looking to expand the art culture of Falls Church with its Da Vinci Passport series of arts events, is celebrating the opening of its latest gallery, Perspectivo: Unexpected Views of Nature. The exhibit features over 60 works by more than 30 members […]
Spring seems a little reluctant to arrive, but the bright yellow forsythia and the daffodils, especially those planted in the roadway medians, signal that warmer weather will soon be upon us. The crack of the baseball bat and the hum of lawn mowers will replace winds howling and ice being […]