Chamber Calendar of Events

The Chamber Year Runs July 1st through June 30th with
Networking activities generally suspended during July and August

Chamber Networking is about building relationships with new business contacts, identifying potential new customers, while providing an opportunity to meet fellow members in a congenial relaxed setting.  Expand your professional address book along with your business base. 

The chamber sponsors networking luncheons and arranges member sponsored evening Mixers.   Beginning this fall, the chamber will be hosting regular Midday Marketing Receptions at the new chamber office.  Invitations will be issued to small groups rotating through the chamber membership in order to offer you a new opportunity to meet as many chamber members and business owners as possible over the course of the year.  Lasting only an hour, you can improve your contact list quickly and effectively.

As a chamber member, if you wish to host a MIXER (usually 4-6 pm) contact the chamber office.  This is an effective way to show off your facility, advertise your business, and entertain fellow chamber members on their way home from work.

Tuesday, August 7, 2018
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT at the Annandale Shopping CenterNational Night Out, 2018
Annandale celebrates National Night Out at the Annandale Shopping Center on Tuesday, August 1st, (first Tuesday of each August) where free glitter tattoos, face painting, refreshments, martial arts demonstrations, raffles and children's activities are planned (all FREE) to promote community involvement in crime prevention and neighborhood camaraderie. Bring the family, your neighbors and friends to enjoy this evening of family fun, and the opportunity to meet local fire and police officers.  FREE activities, carnival games, food and fun for children and families.

When:  Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Time:    6:00-9:00 PM
Where: Annandale Shopping Center
7042 Columbia Pike (& Gallows Road),  Annandale, VA  22003
For more information and photos of National Night Out in Annandale


Saturday, October 27, 2018
The Annandale Parade
The Annandale Parade
The popular Annandale Parade will march along Columbia Pike from the Annandale Shopping Center at Gallows Road, all the way to Markham Place. Thousands of participants from Clowns, Storybook Characters, Waving Politicians and Marching Bands to Antique & Military Cars, Fire Trucks, Civic Organizations, Scouts, and beautifully costumed International Dancers will parade before the residents of Greater Annandale.  This event celebrates
the diversity of our community and offers us a unique opportunity to promote Annandale’s spirit, camaraderie, and our sponsors while hosting a fun packed event for the community.  Sponsored by the Annandale Chamber of Commerce, this sixty-eight year old tradition only gets bigger and better every year. Chamber Partners & sponsors are given priority parade positions.

SPONSORSHIP, ADVERTISING & VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE.
Children are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes.  
Parade Information and RegistrationThe Annandale Parade 2018

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ANNUAL EVENTS

April 2019

Annandale Clean-Up Day
This annual clean-up runs from 9:00 am to NOON with volunteers assembling at the George Mason Library, 7001 Little River Turnpike.  Help keep Annandale litter free and volunteer a couple of hours and meet so many community members. Supervised scout troops and students needing to fulfill community service hours are most welcome to participate


Saturday, May 2019
Annandale Bed Race 

Businesses gather teams of 5 to race pediatric hospital beds in a timed competition to benefit community activities and projects.  Team sponsors receive widespread publicity and recognition. Sponsor a team for this whacky race or participate as a spectator.  Prizes will be given for the fastest team, best decorated bed, and for the team with the most spirit.  Bed sponsors will also be given a vendor space to promote your business. 
Bed Race Information


First Tuesday in August  (August 7, 2018)
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT at the Annandale Shopping Center
Annandale celebrates National Night Out at the Annandale Shopping Center on Tuesday, August 1st, (first Tuesday of each August) where free glitter tattoos, face painting, refreshments, martial arts demonstrations, raffles and children's activities are planned (all FREE) to promote community involvement in crime prevention and neighborhood camaraderie. Bring the family, your neighbors and friends to enjoy this evening of family fun, and the opportunity to meet local fire and police officers.  FREE activities, carnival games, food and fun for children and families.
When:  Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Time:    6:00-9:00 PM
Where: Annandale Shopping Center
7042 Columbia Pike (& Gallows Road),  Annandale, VA  22003
For more information and photos of National Night Out in Annandale


Fourth Saturday in October  (October 27, 2018)
The Annandale Parade

The Annandale Parade The popular Annandale Parade will march along Columbia Pike from the Annandale Shopping Center at Gallows Road, all the way to Markham Place. Thousands of participants from Clowns, Storybook Characters, Waving Politicians and Marching Bands to Antique & Military Cars, Fire Trucks, Civic Organizations, Scouts, and beautifully costumed International Dancers will parade before the residents of Greater Annandale.  This event celebrates the diversity of our community and offers us a unique opportunity to promote Annandale’s spirit, camaraderie, and our sponsors while hosting a fun packed event for the community.  Sponsored by the Annandale Chamber of Commerce, this sixty-eight year old tradition only gets bigger and better every year. Chamber Partners & sponsors are given priority parade positions.

SPONSORSHIP, ADVERTISING & VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE.
Children are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes.
 
Parade Information and Registration

Advertising Opportunities with the Annandale Chamber
The Chamber is pleased to announce that limited ad space is now available on the Chamber’s new website.  For only $60 per month (minimum 6 months), your advertisement will be shown on the front page at www.annandalechamber.com

Anyone clicking your ad will be led to your company’s own website.  Don’t miss this opportunity for some of the best niche advertising available at below market rates. If combined with print ads in the ENDEAVOR news magazine, a 10% discount on both print and web advertisements will be given.  Please see the form below for details.  Don't wait, as space is limited and preference will be given to Chamber Members.

Advertising Rates and Specifications

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Annandale

Lambros Fine JewelersLambros Fine Jewelers
7137 Little River Turnpike, Annandale, VA  
(703) 354-1038  READ MORE



 

Fall Semester Registration at NOVA
NOW Underway.

NVCC, Annandale CampusDo not get left out in the cold. Fall into NOVA.  Fall Semester 2018 classes at the Northern Virginia Community College begin on August 22 with the start of the 16-week and first 8-week sessions. The 14-week session starts on September 5, the 12-week session starts on September 19, the 10-week session starts on October 3, and the second 8-week session starts on October 17.

Register for the Fall Semester at http://www.nvcc.edu/admissions/register.html

NOVA is an open enrollment institution, so everyone who applies is accepted. You can search the course catalog at http://www.nvcc.edu/catalog/index.html and browse the Fall Semester course schedule at http://www.nvcc.edu/schedule/crs2184/index.html

Classes are conveniently offered at the Annandale Campus at 8333 Little River Turnpike in Annandale. Non-credit Workforce Development courses for working adults are offered at the Annandale Campus and other locations. Information about these courses is found at http://www.nvcc.edu/workforce/index.html

   

Wednesday, August 15
Summer Reading Puppet Show
at Green Spring Gardens

Green Spring Gardens Horticulture Center10:30 am to 11:15 am (3-Adult) Young story lovers will be entertained by a story-time puppet show presented by a professional puppeteer. Children and their accompanying adult(s) must register. $4/person. Register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/parktakes

Thursday, August 16
Summer Garden Tour and Tea

Formal English Tea at Green Spring Garden's Historic Manor HouseHistoric House Tea Programs at Green Spring Gardens:  (Adults) Tour the glorious demonstration gardens with a master gardener docent who will inspire you with stories of Green Spring past and present. Afterward, enjoy a traditional English afternoon tea.   1 pm to 3 pm               $32/person. Programs are by reservation only. Call 703-941-7987 or register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/greenspring


Saturday, August 18
Plant and Design:  Grow a Fruit Tree

Green Spring Gardens Horticulture Center(Adults) Whether you have a small or large landscape there's always room for a fruit tree or two.

Horticulturalist Nancy Olney highlights some unusual fruits like figs, dates, persimmons and blueberries that you can grow without pesticides. Learn how to care for these plants and optimize fruiting. Take home a rooted cutting from our fig tree to get started. $22.00   Register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/parktakes

Sunday, August 19
Heart on Your Sleeve Tea Program

Formal English Tea at Green Spring Garden's Historic Manor House(Adults) Sleeves have been designed in myriad styles over the centuries and defined the fashionable silhouettes of their day. Artist and collector Caroline Hottenstein presents the history and different forms of this vital element of fashion and displays beautiful examples from her antique clothing collection. $42 per person (program and tea) or $18 per person program only.  1-3:30 pm. Programs are by reservation only.  Call 703-941-7987 or register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/greenspring


Sunday, August 19
Pirate Treasure Hunt

Hidden Oaks Nature Center, Annandale, VA(3-Adult) Follow a treasure map to collect clues and natural treasures along a half-mile woodland and stream trail at Hidden Oaks Nature Center. Friendly pirate naturalists share nature’s wonders including live animals, plants, rocks and life under logs. Make a craft. The program runs from 2 to 3 p.m., and the cost is $7 per person. Children must be accompanied by a registered adult. This event will be canceled in the event of heavy rain. Groups leave every 15 minutes.    Register online www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/hidden-oaks or call 703-941-1065.  7701 Royce Street, Annandale, just off of Hummer Road.

Sunday, August 25
Live Shark, Rays and More


(4-A
Hidden Oaks Nature Center, Annandale, VAdult) Come to Hidden Oaks Nature Center and meet a live shark and other fish present¬ed by Under the Sea’s Andrew Wilson. Discover what makes these curious creatures adapt well to the Atlantic Ocean. The program runs from 2 to 3 p.m., and the cost is $6 per person. Children must be accompanied by a registered adult.  Register online www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/hidden-oaks or call 703-941-1065.  7701 Royce Street, Annandale.

Friday and Saturday, August 24-25
Dairy Days at Sully Plantation

Sully PlantationChurn butter, crank ice cream, milk a fake cow and play 18th century games at Sully Historic Site’s celebration of “Dairy Days” in August. Come to Sully to experience the products of an historic dairy. Sessions begin at 1, 2 and 3 p.m. on three different days – Sunday, August 5; Friday, August 24; and Saturday, August 25, 2018. 

The cost is $7 per person, and the event is designed for participants age five to adult. Children must be accompanied by an adult registered for the program. 

Sully Historic Site is located at 3650 Historic Sully Way, Chantilly, VA. For more information, call 703-437-1794 or visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/sully-historic-site.

Saturday and Sunday, August 25-26
33rd Annual Begonia Show and Sale

The Rock Garden at Green Spring Gardens, just off Braddock Road across from Pinecrest Golf CourseGreen Spring Gardens:  9 am to 4:30 pm Saturday; and noon to 3:30 pm Sunday.

Feast your eyes on this show sponsored by the Potomac branch of the American Begonia Society. Be tempted with splashes of color and shape for homes and greenhouses that last long after frosts have put our outdoor gardens to bed. The sale offers a wide variety of begonias, including subtropical species. Free.


Sunday, August 26
Rain Forest Puppet Show

HiddeHidden Oaks Nature Center, Annandale, VAn Oaks Nature Center
(3-Adult) Explore the magical rain forest through a puppet show at Hidden Oaks Nature Center starring a trio of lizards and their friends. Enjoy rain forest activities such as bird watching, puddle jumping and a chameleon craft. The program from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. costs $7 per child.  Hidden Oaks Nature Center   Register online www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/hidden-oaks or call 703-941-1065.  7701 Royce Street, Annandale, just off of Hummer Road.

Wednesday, September 5
Nature's Little Artists

HiddeHidden Oaks Nature Center, Annandale, VAn Oaks Nature Center
(3-5 yrs.) Explore nature’s artistic palette at Hidden Oaks Nature Center and enjoy creating art with natural materials. Materials are included. The program from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. meets outdoors, unless there is severely inclement weather. The cost is $9 per child. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Hidden Oaks Nature Center   Register online www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/hidden-oaks or call 703-941-1065.  7701 Royce Street, Annandale, just off of Hummer Road, just off of Hummer Road

 

Sunday, Sept. 9
Water Mine to End Season
with a Doggone Good Time
Water Mine at Lake Fairfax Park

 The Water Mine will go to the dogs this September with a season-ending event benefitting the Fairfax County Animal Shelter and Fairfax County Park Foundation. Dogs and dog lovers are invited to join us on Sunday, September 9, 2018 when The Water Mine Family Swimmin’ Hole at Lake Fairfax Park will open for dogs-only swimming from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m, Dogs can swim in Rattlesnake River and splash in the playground area for a suggested donation of $10 per dog. The event will also serve as a collection site for dog food donations for the Fairfax County Animal Shelter. 

This year’s end-of-season hoopla will once again feature a canine resource fair. Two-legged and four-legged visitors can visit pet vendors, obtain/renew dog licenses, learn about Park Authority dog parks and or find out how to volunteer as a dog park monitor. A low-cost rabies clinic will be available in Lake Fairfax Park’s Main Office from 12-2 p.m. Pets may receive 1-year rabies vaccinations for $15 each (cash or check only).

The Water Mine Family Swimmin’ Hole at Lake Fairfax is located at 1400 Lake Fairfax Drive, Reston, Va. For more information, visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/rec/watermine/ or call 703-324-8662.

Wednesday, September 12
Nature's Little Artists

HiddeHidden Oaks Nature Center, Annandale, VAn Oaks Nature Center
(3-5 yrs.) Explore nature’s artistic palette at Hidden Oaks Nature Center and enjoy creating art with natural materials. Materials are included. The program from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. meets outdoors, unless there is severely inclement weather. The cost is $9 per child.

Hidden Oaks Nature Center   Register online www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/hidden-oaks or call 703-941-1065.  7701 Royce Street, Annandale, just off of Hummer Road, just off of Hummer Road

Thursday, September 13
Garden Tour and Tea

Formal English Tea at Green Spring Garden's Historic Manor House(Adults - 1:00 PM) Tour the glorious demonstration gardens with a master gardener docent who will inspire you with stories of Green Spring past and present. Afterwards, enjoy a traditional English afternoon tea. $32.00.  Programs are by reservation only.  Call 703-941-7987 or register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/greenspring

 

September 15 & 16 from 10 am to 6 pm
Stratford Hall Wine and Oyster Festival
FALL IN LOVE WITH WINE & OYSTERS!

Stratford Hall Wine and Oyster FestivalIf you love the combination of great wines, delicious local seafood and fine crafts and artisans, mark your calendar for September 15 and 16 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.! This popular event features wines from Virginia wineries and oysters from Chesapeake Bay and Tidewater oyster growers. Discount tickets available online until September 6. All online ticket sales end at 5 pm on Thursday, September 13, 2018. Tickets will be available for purchase at the gate.   READ MORE

Sunday, September 16
Murder Mystery Tea

Formal English Tea at Green Spring Garden's Historic Manor House

(Adult - l:00 pm) Local author D.M. Quincy discusses the historical mystery novel and her experiences as a writer of the genre. Hear about her lively and suspenseful novels set in Regency London and the challenges of creating an authentic historical backdrop. Afterwards, enjoy some crime-solving at the tea table. $45 program and tea, $18 program only.

Programs are by reservation only.  Call 703-941-7987 or register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/greenspring

Saturday, October 6
Fall Garden Tour and Tea

Formal English Tea at Green Spring Garden's Historic Manor House(Adult - 1:00 pm) Take the garden path less traveled and explore the beauty of fall on a docent-led tour of Green Spring’s woodland stream valley and ponds. Stroll through this lush, naturalistic area and discover its varied plantings, streambank, magnolia bog, and wildlife. Hear the story of our c. 1830 Spring House and the…
$12 tour only, $32 tour and tea.

Programs are by reservation only.  Call 703-941-7987 or register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/greenspring

Sunday, October 14
A Chat with Dorothy Parker Tea

Formal English Tea at Green Spring Garden's Historic Manor House(Adult - 1:00 pm) First person interpreter Elaine Flynn performs as the incomparable Dorothy Parker, celebrated wit, critic, writer and social satirist during the 1920s. With trademark humor she takes merciless aim at the social foibles of the day, revealing why she was considered a legend in her own time
$18 program only, $45 tour and tea.

Programs are by reservation only.  Call 703-941-7987 or register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/greenspring

Thursday, October 18
Fall Garden Tour and Tea

Formal English Tea at Green Spring Garden's Historic Manor House(Adult - 1:00 pm) Take the garden path less traveled and explore the beauty of fall on a docent-led tour of Green Spring’s woodland stream valley and ponds. Stroll through this lush, naturalistic area and discover its varied plantings, streambank, magnolia bog, and wildlife. Hear the story of our c. 1830 Spring House and the…
$12 tour only, $32 tour and tea.

Programs are by reservation only.  Call 703-941-7987 or register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/greenspring

 


Monday, October 22

Charity Golf Outing

PHILLIPS Programs for Children and Families announces that the Young Executives Committee of the Tower Club is hosting their inaugural Charity Golf Outing with proceeds supporting the PHILLIPS "Changing the Employment Landscape for Youth" capital campaign to build a commercial kitchen, vertical farm and support our Career Partners Program.  The event is scheduled for October 22, 2018 at the Chantilly National Golf and Country Club.  Become involved  by contacting  Debi Alexander at debi.alexander@phillipsprograms.org

 

Saturday, October 27
Annual Annandale Parade

The Annandale Parade The popular Annandale Parade will march along Columbia Pike from the Annandale Shopping Center at Gallows Road, all the way to Markham Place. Thousands of participants from Clowns, Storybook Characters, Waving Politicians and Marching Bands to Antique & Military Cars, Fire Trucks, Civic Organizations, Scouts, and beautifully costumed International Dancers will parade before the residents of Greater Annandale.  This event celebrates the diversity of our community and offers us a unique opportunity to promote Annandale’s spirit, camaraderie, and our sponsors while hosting a fun packed event for the community.  Sponsored by the Annandale Chamber of Commerce, this sixty-eight year old tradition only gets bigger and better every year. Chamber Partners & sponsors are given priority parade positions.

SPONSORSHIP, ADVERTISING & VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE.
Children are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes.
 
Parade Information and Registration

Sunday, November 11
What a Coincidence Tea

Formal English Tea at Green Spring Garden's Historic Manor House(Adult - 1:00 pm) What are the odds? Some coincidences seemingly changed the course of history, yet historians debate the value of happenstance in interpreting the past. Hear theories on why coincidences happen and what they mean, and discover some of the most remarkable known coincidences and chance events in human…
$12 tour only, $32 tour and tea.

Programs are by reservation only.  Call 703-941-7987 or register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/greenspring

Sunday, November 18
Holiday Windows Tea Historic Manor House where formal English Tea & Garden Programs are held.

 (Adults - 1:00 PM) Black Friday marks the start of holiday shopping season when retailers offer their most extravagant window displays. Hear about the history of holiday window dressing and view magical holiday windows past and present as we unveil the festive season through the shopping glass! $32.00 program and tea, $12 program only.    Programs are by reservation only.  Call 703-941-7987 or register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/greenspring

Wednesday, November 21 through
Sunday, January 6, 2019
Festival of Lights

Bull Run Park Festival of LIghtsEvery year from Thanksgiving until just after New Year’s Day, you can experience the Bull Run Festival of Lights, 2.5 miles illuminated by holiday light displays. Drive the festival route from the comfort of your car; turn out your headlights and just follow the magical glow. After viewing the lights, bring your family and friends to the holiday village to enjoy rides, refreshments, and of course, photos with Santa Claus (holiday village open select nights). The festival happens annually at Bull Run Regional Park in Centreville, Virginia.

Want to avoid the crowds? Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays are our busiest nights. Please take advantage of the Monday through Thursday discounted price and avoid a long wait.

$20-25 per car depending on date. 
5:30 - 9:30 pm Monday - Thursday
5:30 - 10 pm Friday through Sunday and Holidays
7700 Bull Run Drive, Centrerville, VA 
703-352-5900
Bull Run Park
is located in Fairfax County, VA just off of Interstate 66 in Centreville, on Rt. 29 (Lee Highway). It is located approximately 35 miles west of Washington, D.C. near the Manassas National Battlefield Park.

Thursday, December 6
Christmas Candlelight TeaHistoric Manor House where formal English Tea & Garden Programs are held.
(13+) 4:00 pm.   Over the centuries many poets have written about the season of giving. Hear a selection of beautiful Christmas poems – traditional and contemporary - that will inspire and entertain you as you relax over a special holiday tea by candlelight. Favor bag and door prizes included.   $45.00. 
Programs are by reservation only.  Call 703-941-7987 or register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/greenspring

Saturday, December 8
Christmas Candlelight TeaHistoric Manor House where formal English Tea & Garden Programs are held.
(13+) 4:00 pm.   Over the centuries many poets have written about the season of giving. Hear a selection of beautiful Christmas poems – traditional and contemporary - that will inspire and entertain you as you relax over a special holiday tea by candlelight. Favor bag and door prizes included.   $45.00.  Programs are by reservation only.  Call 703-941-7987 or register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/greenspring

Sunday, December 9
Christmas Candlelight TeaHistoric Manor House where formal English Tea & Garden Programs are held.
(13+) 4:00 pm.   Over the centuries many poets have written about the season of giving. Hear a selection of beautiful Christmas poems – traditional and contemporary - that will inspire and entertain you as you relax over a special holiday tea by candlelight. Favor bag and door prizes included.   $45.00.  Programs are by reservation only.  Call 703-941-7987 or register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/greenspring

Friday, December 14

Saturday, December 15
Christmas Illuminations at Mt. Vernon

Mt. Vernon Christmas Illuminations
Join Mount Vernon for an evening of family-friendly fun and fireworks choreographed to holiday music, with fireworks beginning around 8PM. Take a stroll through the estate while being serenaded by local choirs, visit with re-enactors from the First Virginia Regiment, and learn 18th-century dance moves from costumed guides in the Greenhouse. George and Martha Washington will also be on site to greet Mount Vernon’s holiday guests.

Watch as colonial artisans demonstrate the 18th-century process of creating chocolate. Keep toasty by warming up by a bonfire, visiting the blacksmith shop, or enjoying some hot chocolate or cider. Additional food will be available for purchase. The Museum and Education Center will also be open from 5:30-9PM

Admission::  Fireworks with Mansion tour:$35 adult, $25 youth. Fireworks without Mansion Tour: $30 adult, $20 youth

Address:  3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Highway, Mount Vernon, VA 22121
Phone:  703-780-2000

Friday, December 21
The Nutcracker
The Nutcracker Ballet
 Presenting world-class entertainment and a diverse collection of performances, George Mason University's Center for the Arts is the proud home to this great Holiday classic. Admission starts t $28, all patrons must have a ticket. 4373 Mason Pond Drive, Fairfax, VA  22030 1-888-945-2468.



Fridays & Saturdays BINGO
Annandale Boys and Girls Club

6200 D. Little River Turnpike, Alexandria, VA  22312  .  703-642-9581  .  www.abgc.org



The American LegionThe Annandale American Legion Post 1976 is recruiting new members.  Veterans and family members welcome to join.  Party hall rental is free for all members.  Call 703-408-9123 and ask for Diane Ramsey.

4206 Daniels Ave, Annandale, VA 22003
(behind the Bank of America building on Columbia Pike)


Member Locations
with Ongoing Programs

Green Spring Gardens Garden Programs

The Rock Garden at Green Spring Gardens, just off Braddock Road across from Pinecrest Golf CourseGreen Spring Gardens:  703-642-5173 www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/gsgp

Green Spring Gardens Garden Talk

Green Spring Gardens Horticulture Center
Register by phone 703-642-5173 or online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/gsgp

 

Green Spring Gardens Tea ProgramFormal English Tea at Green Spring Garden's Historic Manor Houses
Historic Manor House Teas:  703-941-7987 or register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/greenspring/teas.htm

 

Hidden Oaks Nature Center
Hidden OakHidden Oaks Nature Center, Annandale, VAs Nature Center   Register online www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/hidden-oaks or call 703-941-1065.  7701 Royce Street, Annandale.

Only a few of the Park Programs are listed above.  For a complete schedule, consult their individual website and complete Concerts in the Park Schedule.


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