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How to Celebrate Earth Day in Fairfax County

While every day is a great day to be kind to Mother Nature, April 22nd is an especially great day to show appreciation! This year marks the 54th anniversary of Earth Day, a global celebration of fostering the beautiful world we call home. Every tree. Bodies of water both big and small. All animals -…

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Just Announced: Wolf Trap Summer 2024 Season

New for 2024!!! Kick those winter blues away with this first sweet, sweet taste of summer. Wolf Trap has announced a jam-packed season lineup at the famed Filene Center for Summer 2024. There are unforgettable summer nights planned with superstars like John Legend, Sting, Robert Plant & Alison…

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Where to Find the Easter Bunny In Fairfax County

Springtime blooms call for egg hunts, brunches, and a myriad of other Easter activities perfect for the whole family to enjoy! And let's not forget about the iconic Easter Bunny! The Easter Bunny loves to spread joy and excitement as it hops through Fairfax County, hiding colorful eggs for eager…

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How to Celebrate Pi Day in Fairfax County

Updated for 2024 Looking for an excuse to eat some delicious sweet and savory goodness? Search no more! Celebrate Pi Day in Fairfax County with our unique bakeries, eateries, and attractions. Check out all these Pi Day specials and deals! Sweet Pies The Pie Gourmet 507 Maple Ave W, Vienna Image…

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Your Guide to All Things Irish for St. Patrick's Day

"Wishing you a pot o’ gold, And all the joy your heart can hold." - Unknown My name is Patrick. My grandfather was born in County Cork, Ireland. My great-grandfather and great-grandmother were from County Louth, Ireland. I have freckles. And if I let my beard grow long enough you can see hints of…

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Budget-Friendly Spring Travel Ideas in Fairfax County

Visit any major city in the US and it could cost you $20 per person just to visit their art museum. Visit Washington, DC, however, and you can tour major art galleries, all the Smithsonian museums, and the city’s iconic monuments for free. It’s a little-known, but budget-friendly, fact. And get…

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How to Celebrate Presidents Day Weekend

Updated for 2024 Did you know that Presidents Day originated as a celebration of George Washington’s birthday? What better way to celebrate this former Fairfax County resident (and the dozens of leaders who have followed in his footsteps) than to dive into some of the presidential history found in…

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