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Hear Tales About Owls and Bats During a Campfire Program

From Fairfax County Park Authority:

Owls and bats keep a low profile most of the year. But as Halloween approaches, these nocturnal hunters rise to mythical status as symbols of everything to fear in the night. The Fairfax County Park Authority will entertain and educate families at two campfire programs during the Halloween weekend.

Roast marshmallows and relax during the Folktales Campfire on Saturday, October 30.

Families with children ages four and older can cozy up to the campfire at Hidden Oaks Nature Center from 7 to 8 p.m. to hear folktales of the season. Stories will feature bats, owls and other Halloween creatures. The cost is $5 per person.

Hidden Oaks Nature Center is located at 7701 Royce St. in Annandale. Register online or call 703-222-4664. For more information, call 703-941-1065.

Annandale High School Car Wash This Weekend

From Annandale High School:

Students, parents and friends may bring their cars to the car wash this Saturday, October 23, between 9:30 and 2:00 behind the Sunoco station at 8011 Braddock Road. The car wash is a fund raiser for Annandale High School's award-winning and internationally acclaimed choral programs and, while there is no charge, all donations will be gratefully accepted.

Leesburg Executive Airport Hosts 2010 Open House and Air Show on Saturday, October 23, 2010

Free event promises fun for the whole family

"Action at Annandale" Historic Marker

From Fairfax County Public Affairs Office:

History will be celebrated on Saturday, Oct. 9, with the unveiling of the "Action at Annandale" historical marker, which recognizes the significance of the Civil War skirmish at the Manassas Gap Railroad. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at George Mason Regional Library in Annandale.

For more information, call the Mason District Supervisor's Office at 703-256-7717, TTY 711.

Celebrate Fairfax

Get ready to have some fun! Come out to the Celebrate Fall for Fairfax event this Saturday at Fairfax Government Center. Fall for Fairfax will run from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Activities include a train ride, a pumpkin patch, petting zoo, inflatables and several kid's performances. There will also be exhibits on education, sport and fitness, public saftey, personal health and the environment.

It is free to attend. For more info please go to http://www.celebratefairfax.com/ or you can contact (703) 324-3247.

2nd Annual Veteran's Coalition Free Breakfast

The Fairfax County Republican Committee

 

Cordially invites you and your family to join us for our

 

2nd Annual Veteran's Coalition Free Breakfast

 

With special guests:

 

Congressman Frank Wolf
10th Congressional District

 

Colonel Patrick Murray, USA, Ret.

8th Congressional District

 

Keith Fimian

Ribbon Cutting at Pine Ridge Park to Mark Turf Field, Lighting Improvements

This was sent to us by Fairfax County Park Authority:

The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, the Park Authority Board and field users/athletes from across Mason District will gather on Saturday, October 16, 2010 to celebrate the completion of a field conversion and lighting project at Pine Ridge Park.  Ribbon cutting ceremonies will be held at 10 a.m. near field #4 at the 43-acre park located at 3401 Woodburn Road in Annandale, VA.