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Don't Miss Out On The Biggest Chinese New Year Festival in the Area

Don't Miss Out On The Biggest Chinese New Year Festival in the Area

Tonight is Chinese New Year's Eve. Tomorrow marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit on the lunar calendar. The Asian Community Service Center is proud to present the 4th Annual Chinese New Year Festival on Saturday, February 12th. The Festival will take place all day long, from 10:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. at the Luther Jackson Middle School in Falls Church, VA. The middle school is located at 3020 Gallows Road. 

The entire school will be filled with Chinese New Year decorations, booths, games, dancing, food, and more. The auditorium, the cafeteria, the gymnasium, and even the hallways will be filled with different cultural activities and decor. Admission is FREE and you will get the chance to try great asian food, watch live performances, see the traditional Chinese New Year Parade, draw prizes, and gain Asian cultural exposure. 

FREE Child Identification and Fingerprinting

FREE Child Identification and Fingerprinting

From Fairfax County:

Photo identification with fingerprints gives authorities vital information to help them locate a missing child.

The Sheriff's Office will provide you with a FREE photo of your child and a set of his or her fingerprints—using quick, clean, inkless technology—at the following events:

Saturday, February 5, 7:45 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Supervisor Gerry Hyland’s Annual Town Hall Meeting
Mount Vernon High School
8515 Old Mt. Vernon Road
Alexandria, Virginia 22309

Saturday, March 5, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

The Alliance Theatre Presents Cast List for Annie Jr.

The Alliance Theatre Presents Cast List for Annie Jr.

From the Alliance Theatre:

The Alliance Theatre is proud to announce the cast list for Annie Jr.  Annie Jr. opens on Saturday, March 5th at Mountain View School in Centreville for a two weekend engagement. The orphans are busy cleaning the theatre for our fabulous patrons so please purchase your tickets.

Depression Screening for Older Adults

Depression Screening for Older Adults

From Fairfax County:

Do you ever wonder if you might have bouts of sadness that are especially hard to get over?  Do your family members worry about you and tell you that you might be depressed?  You probably know that everyone experiences sadness in life, disappointments, and the grief that accompanies the loss of a loved one, but depression is different.  People who are sad can generally continue their daily routines and activities.  But serious depression is a medical illness that interferes with a person’s ability to function as they normally do. 

TRANQUILITY DAY SPA RAFFLES $600 VALENTINE SALON PACKAGE to HELP “A LOCAL SWEETHEART”

TRANQUILITY DAY SPA RAFFLES $600 VALENTINE SALON PACKAGE to HELP “A LOCAL SWEETHEART”

Manassas Salon Sells $10 Raffle Tickets to Raise $10,000 for 12-Year Old Cancer Patient

Fairfax County Public Schools to Host Two Instructional Job Fairs

Fairfax County Public Schools to Host Two Instructional Job Fairs

From Fairfax County Public Schools:

RSVP Catering Holds Complimentary Bridal Tasting

RSVP Catering Holds Complimentary Bridal Tasting

From Bunny Polmer:

RSVP Catering invites all future brides and a guest to take part in a complimentary tasting on Tuesday, February 8, 2011 from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. The event will be held at RSVP Catering, 2930 Prosperity Avenue, Fairfax, VA 22031. Call (703) 573-8700 or register by email: weddings@rsvpcatering.com.          

The tasting offers prospective brides an opportunity to sample RSVP Catering’s creative cuisine, including selections from Organix by RSVP, a seasonal selection of local, organic and sustainable foods. Guests will also have the chance to meet RSVP Catering’s team of wedding professionals and to check out the latest wedding trends.