Saturday, February 9, 2013
Local events Friday, Feb. 8 through Sunday, Feb. 10.
Have no weekend plans? Here's a glance at some of the local activities in Northern Virginia this weekend. Share other events you think your neighbors would be interested in down below in the comments! Animal Sweethearts Dance Black History Month at Mount Vernon Celebrate the Year of the Snake Chocolate & Wine Pairing and Tasting Dinner and a Movie: Carmen Jones Kingstowne Library Friends Used Book Sale
Friday, January 25, 2013
Local trainers and fitness gurus will be available Jan. 26.
Getting fit or making healthier choices is one of the most popular resolutions each year. Now that we're a few weeks into January, you may need that extra boost to keep you motivated. One of the local coffee shops in Kingstowne will host an event to keep you on the right track to reaching your goal. Grounded Coffee Shop will have its 2013 Health and Fitness Bazaar from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26. The public is invited to stop by to meet local trainers, fitness gurus, massage therapists and other locals dedicated to health and wellness. For more events, visit Grounded Coffee Shop's website.
Thursday, January 3, 2013
This weekend should be fun.
Got plans this weekend? Here's some community events to keep you busy! Free Crafts for Kids at Lakeshore Learning Store Hula Hoop at Lee District Agatha Christie's "The Unexpected Guest" ICE! featuring DreamWorks' Shrek the Halls Bull Run Festival of Lights The Great Chair Challenge Have a great weekend! Keep up with Kingstowne news and events by signing up for our newsletter. Learn more here!
Friday, December 28, 2012
Fun, free events for the whole family this weekend.
Choose from a variety of local activities as we close out 2012 and welcome the New Year. First Night Alexandria Christmas Cookie Burn 5K Watch Night Falls Church The Nutcracker The Nation’s Gun Show 150th Anniversary Commemoration of the Civil War Raid at Lake Accotink Bull Run Runners 5K Run First Day Hikes – Three Blinds Hikes Library Events: Nature Highlights:
Thursday, March 1, 2012
The visit by two of the players and the team's mascot is part of the Capitals Hockey School program.
Washington Capitals Right Wing Jay Beagle and Goalie Tomas Vokoun visited students at North Springfield Elementary School on Thursday afternoon as part of the team’s Capitals Hockey School Program. Beagle and Vokoun shared some of their moves with the crowd fourth and fifth-graders and demonstrated skills such as stick handling and passing to student volunteers chosen by teachers from the crowd. Following a brief scrimmage between a team of boys and girls with Beagle on the boys team and Vokoun helping the girls, the players donated a set of hockey equipment to the school. North Springfield Elementary School is the 12th school that the Capitals have visited this season.