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Category - Press Releases


Fairfax County, VA - June 15, 2012 - Visit Fairfax ( ) invites everyone to reconnect with the passions in your life this summer in Northern Virginia. Located just west of Washington, DC, and easily accessible by all modes of transportation, it's not too late to start planning a trip while the weather's still warm.



FAIRFAX COUNTY IN BLOOM Go Beyond the Basin During the National Cherry Blossom Festival® - March 24 - April 27, 2012 Fairfax County, VA - March, 2012 - It's been a century since Japan presented the National Capital Region with the iconic Cherry Blossom trees that grace our landscape each spring. This year, Visit Fairfax partners are celebrating the splendor and majesty of these national treasures with exhibits and self-guided garden tours that showcase the natural beauty of Fairfax County during the annual National Cherry Blossom Festival® ( ).



VISIT FAIRFAX AND REUNIONS MAGAZINE PRESENT 4 th ANNUAL FAMILY REUNION WORKSHOP ON FEBRUARY 18 TH Special Guest Edith Wagner, Editor-In-Chief of Reunions Magazine  Free One Day Seminar at Fairfax Marriott at Fair Oaks Fairfax County, VA - If you are in charge of planning a reunion for friends or family, you won't want to miss Visit Fairfax's fourth annual Family Reunion Workshop on Saturday, February 18 th at the Fairfax Marriott at Fair Oaks.



Fairfax County, VA - August 23, 2011 - As thousands once again flock to the hallowed grounds of theNational Mall in Washington, DC to celebrate the grand opening of the much-anticipated memorial to Dr.Martin Luther King, Jr., Visit Fairfax ( invites visitors to connect to the rich AfricanAmerican heritage and history waiting just over the river in Fairfax County, Virginia.



Fairfax County, VA - June 9, 2011 - As summer kicks into high gear, there are a number of fun activities in Fairfax County to fill the dog days, without emptying your wallet - from fireworks displays and carnivals to live music and movies under the stars.



Fairfax County, VA - May 12, 2011 - Since 1984, the travel industry has designated the first full week in May as National Travel & Tourism Week - a week dedicated to spreading the word on the power of travel and the benefits of tourism. Visit Fairfax ( salutes the thousands of individuals in Fairfax County that work in our industry - from airline and hotel employees to restaurant, attraction and taxi workers - who raise the quality of life in our area for visitors and residents alike.



Fairfax County, VA - May 9, 2011 - Summer is upon us, and parents all across the country are scouring for ideas to ensure their kids won't utter the dreaded phrase: "I'm bored. There's nothing to do!" Fear not! Visit Fairfax's website ( ) and event calendar is full of one-of-a-kind celebrations, festivals, and fly-ins to ensure that the summer of 2011 never has a dull moment.



Fairfax County, VA - May 3, 2011 - The summer of 2011 will bring history to life in Northern Virginia, and visitors making Fairfax County their base camp to experience it all can now do more than just be a witness to the events surrounding the 150th anniversary of the Civil War.