Around Town with Northern Virginia Magazine: Ice Skating Pavilion Open for the Season at Reston Town Center
11.09.2012 / Blog Posts Local Lifestyle
Northern Virginia residents know the winter and holiday season are near as the family-favorite Reston Town Center Ice Skating Pavilion opens for the season this weekend on Nov. 3. From early November through the second week of March (weather permitting), the Pavilion floor is converted to a beautiful ice skating rink.
This weekend, 50 percent of the ice skating proceeds will be donated to benefit Character Counts. Character Counts is the nation’s most popular character education program and reaches millions of youth in schools and non-profit programs. The program operates on the six pillars of character education: trustworthiness, respect ... Read More …
10.25.2012 / Blog Posts Local Lifestyle
Tell your kids to grab their running shoes and get ready for their adrenaline to start pumping. The Marine Corps Marathon, alongside The Washington Post, will host their annual “Healthy Kids Fun Run” this Saturday in Arlington. Kids, ages 5-12, will get their daily dose of exercise by running a one-mile course around the Pentagon North Parking Lot.
The “Healthy Kids Fun Run” started in 2000 to help promote a positive experience with running and to keep kids motivated to be healthy and active. Twelve years later the event has gained the largest number of participants yet, with 3,600 ... Read More …
10.17.2012 / Blog Posts Local Lifestyle
Crooked Run Orchard (Loudoun County)
Fall apples at Crooked Run include Golden Delicious, Cameo, Law Rome, Cortland, Suncrisp, Braeburn and Jonagold, just to name a few. Parking and admission are always free and apples are just a dollar a pound, making it harder to find excuses not to make its signature apple crumble pie!
37883 E. Main St., Purcellville; 540-338-6642
Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday, closed Monday and Tuesday (hours subject to change, so please call ahead before your visit)
Hartland Orchard (Fauquier County)
While Hartland offers a wide selection of ready-to-pick fruits throughout the ... Read More …
10.05.2012 / Blog Posts Local Lifestyle
What does Oktoberfest have to do with a wedding? Everything. History buff, beer aficionado and Munich Oktoberfest survivor (and my friend) Hope Flanagan laymanizes the origins of the holiday.
“For one thing, it actually mostly takes place in September despite the name.” This year’s Oktoberfest runs from September 22-October 7. Annually, millions of people descend upon Munich for Oktoberfest, making it the one of the largest festival in the world.
Oktoberfest origins were cultivated from more than drunken merriment. Before there was the celebration of beer and bratwurst, there was the celebration of love. “Back in 1810, Prince Ludwig ... Read More …
09.29.2011 / Blog Posts Fashion Local Lifestyle
Looking for something fun to do this weekend?
Washingtonian Magazine has plenty of ideas on how to get out and about around the city and their After Hours blog is about to be your go to site for things to do.
Posted every Thursday on their website, the blog covered everything from music and art to film and food, even highlighting big sample sales like the one the Washington Design Center is hosting this Saturday. Each post is broken up by day, and then by category, so it's easy to read and to pick out things you are interested ... Read More …
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