Around Falls Church this Weekend

24 Jul
July 24, 2009

Ah, the weekend again.  As children we look forward to summer vacation, as adults we look forward to the weekend.  There are so many activities around town how do we choose?  We need to plan carefully, take into consideration what we need to do and balance it with what we look forward to doing on the weekends.  Take a look at some of the activities listed, keep in mind the weekend is unfortunately only 2 days long!  Activities are for the weekend of July 24, 2009.

City of Falls Church Farmers Market  8am to noon Saturday 6/27

  • Located in the City Hall parking lot with offerings of locally grown fruit, vegetables, cheese, meats, baked goods and plants from over 40 local farmers and producers. Bring the kids and enjoy the morning picking produce, it’s like picking from the orchard without the long drive.

Mason District Park FREE Summer Entertainment

Bring a blanket and picnic and enjoy the entertainment!  Shows are for adults and children.

  • Sunday 7/26 7:30pm – 8:30pm enjoy The Capitol Steps, they began as a group of Senate staffers who set out to satirize the very people and places that employed them.  They have been featured on NBC, CBS, ABC and PBS, enjoy them this Sunday in the park!
  • Saturday 7/25 10am – 11am enjoy Young Audiences of Virginia ‘Clowning Around with Shakespeare’, an interactive, one-person show that enlivens Shakespeare for younger audiences. 

The State Theater

  • Saturday 7/25  Doors 7pm, Show 9pm. Satisfaction, The Most Authentic Rolling Stones Tribute dedicated to the “World’s Greatest Rock & Roll Band”. The group’s highest accolades were when they were honored to be contacted by Paramount Pictures and IMAX Corp to assist in promotion of the new Martin Scorsese production documentary film “Shine a Light” in spring 2008.

So grab the kids, a date or your best friend and enjoy what Falls Church has to offer you this weekend!

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