Entertainment Calendar: Burke, Fairfax, Fairfax Station, Springfield
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Entertainment Calendar: Burke, Fairfax, Fairfax Station, Springfield

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Art Exhibit: [Land]scape. Through May 19, in the Art Lab Gallery, Workhouse Arts Center, Lorton. Curated by GMU MFA Candidate, Emily Fussner. The [Land]scape exhibition asks visitors to engage the notion of landscape on multiple levels. Featuring a range of painting, photography, mixed media, printmaking, sculpture, and video works, the exhibition itself becomes a landscape revealing a strata of emerging art practices. Visit www.workhousearts.org for more.

Group Exhibition: Degrees of Honor. Through May 19 in the Warrior Way Gallery, 1st Floor, Workhouse Arts Center, Lorton. Degrees of Honor is a group exhibition surveying the works of artists addressing the concept of honor in different perspectives. Explore works with expressions of separation, pain, loneliness, turmoil, stories and memories. Featured artists include Rene Vincit, Gene Moty, Karen Chin and Christa Turpin. The Warrior Way is an exhibition space designated for artwork by active duty, retired and veteran service members. Visit www.workhousearts.org for more.

Floating Garden. Through May 26, in the Vulcan Gallery, 2nd Floor, Workhouse Arts Center, Lorton. Toronto-based Artist Amanda McCavour creates experiential, immersive environments that represent places in her memory. Her three dimensional, embroidered art installations are made up of fabric designs that float within the space. Motifs included in her works are flowers, birds, plants and replications of living room furniture. Visit www.workhousearts.org for more.

Creative Aging Festival. Through May 31, in locations around Fairfax County. The Creative Aging Festival supports Fairfax County’s 50+ Community Action Plan’s Arts Initiative to promote arts programming for and by older adults. Core objectives include encouraging older adult participation in the community’s many public and private arts program; promoting public understanding of the benefits of older adult participation in the arts; and providing awareness to the broader community about the existing arts services for older adults in Fairfax County. This year’s Creative Aging Festival is presented by Fairfax county Neighborhood and Community Services in collaboration with ARTSFAIRFAX. Visit the Creative Aging Festival site at bit.ly/FairfaxCreativeAgingFestival.

Art Exhibit: “Transcend.” Through June 2, Wednesday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. at Torpedo Factory Artists @ Mosaic Gallery, 2905 District Avenue, #105, Fairfax. Featured work by juried artists from the Torpedo Factory Art Center represent a variety of media including painting, printmaking, photography and 3-D mediums explore the theme of transcendence. A reception is planned for Thursday, May 9, 6-9 p.m. Visit www.torpedofactoryartists.com for more.

Featured Artist: Anne Hollis. Through June 2, gallery hours at Arches Gallery, Workhouse Arts Center, Lorton. The whimsical exhibition, titled “Cirque du Plume,” is a series of mixed media collage artworks that depict circus acts performed by intrepid birds while dually representing family life. Visit archesgallery.weebly.com for more.

Friday/May 17

Bike to Work Day 2019. Pit stop times vary, all over the region. Join more than 20,000 area commuters for a free celebration of bicycling as a fun, healthy and environmentally-friendly way to get to work. There are 115 Bike to Work Day pit stops to choose from.The first 20,000 to register and attend will receive a free Bike to Work Day T-shirt, enjoy refreshments and chances to win prizes. Visit www.biketoworkmetrodc.org.

Clifton Homes Tour and Silent Auction. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The Clifton Community Woman’s Club hosts the 47th Annual Clifton Homes Tour and Silent Auction on Friday, May 17. Proceeds are distributed to local scholarships and charities. This Clifton tradition offers guided tours of four homes and two historic churches: Clifton Baptist Church (1910) and Clifton Primitive Baptist Church (1871). The silent auction (free admission) is from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Clifton Presbyterian Church. Tickets are $30 in advance, $33 online, and $35 the day of the tour; $10 to tour a single home. Tour tickets may be purchased in advance at local shops, online at www.cliftoncwc.org, or purchased the day of the tour at the Clifton Presbyterian Church, 12748 Richards Lane, Clifton.

B-I-N-G-O. 7 p.m. at Fire Station 3, 4081 University Drive, Fairfax. Enjoy free coffee, entertaining callers, a friendly atmosphere, $1,000 guaranteed jackpot, treasure chest progressive raffles, and good food available for purchase. All proceeds go to purchasing fire and rescue equipment. Visit www.fairfaxvfd.com or call 703-273-3638 for more.

Saturday/May 18

Festival to Fight Cancer. 8-11 a.m. at Centreville High School, 6001 Union Mill Road, Clifton. The CVHS Wildcats vs. Cancer Club hosts their third annual Festival to Fight Cancer. This year's festival features a 1-mile fun run/race and an inflatable obstacle course. The festival will also include a selfie station, vendors, raffle prize drawings, a "Minute to Win It" game station, food, and more. Proceeds go to DC Candlelighters (www.dccandlelighters.org/), a non-profit organization supporting families affected by pediatric cancer. Tickets are $20 at runsignup.com/Race/VA/Clifton/FestivaltoFightCancer19. Learn more at wildcatsvscancer.wixsite.com/wildcatsvscancer.

Burke Farmers Market. Through Dec. 21, 8 a.m.-noon at the VRE parking lot, 5671 Roberts Parkway, Burke. A great selection of fresh produce, baked goods, seafood, and dairy. All vendors make their own food or grow it locally within 125 miles. Call 703-642-0128 or visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/farmersmarkets/burke for more.

JK Community Farm’s Plantathon. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. at JK Community Farm, 35516 Paxson Road, Purcellville. To help kick off the growing season, the JK Community Farm is seeking teams of volunteers to participate in its first annual Plantathon. Volunteers will sow 9,000 vegetable on seven acres of land to help support the work of the farm, a nonprofit started by JK Moving Services to alleviate hunger in the community. The farm donates the food to nonprofit partners, including Food for Others and Arlington Food Assistance Center. $25 individual/ $200 team of 10. Call 703-881-6548 or visit jkcommunityfarm.org/event/plantathon/.

Spring Festival at Whitehall Farm. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Whitehall Farm, 6080 Colchester Road, Fairfax. Visit the farm for lots of family friendly fun. Meet the farm animals, and enjoy a relaxing wagon ride through the woods, play games and more. $10 per person; 3 and under free. Call 703-968-3900 or visit www.whitehall.farm/spring-festival.html for more.

Forgotten Fairfax. 10:30-noon at City of Fairfax Regional Library, 10360 North St., Fairfax. Learn about the demographic history of Fairfax County from 1742 to 2010 in a presentation from Cam Gibson, a demographer formerly with the US Census Bureau. Free. Call 703-293-2142 or visit librarycalendar.fairfaxcounty.gov/event/4845494.

Movement for Life Expo. 1-4 p.m. at The Virginian, 9229 Arlington Blvd., Fairfax. Virginian Outpatient Therapy in Fairfax presents the Movement for Life Expo, a healthy living community event for seniors and their families to improve their overall health and fitness and live their best life. The Expo will have door prizes, demonstrations, and information on a variety of activities and services for seniors including Boxing, Yoga, Pickleball and more. Free. Visit www.vaoptherapy.org or call 703-227-6611.

Monica Rizzio in Concert. 6-7:30 p.m. at Living Savior Lutheran Church, 5500 Ox Road, Fairfax Station. Monica Rizzio's first album, "Washashore Cowgirl," earned

her nomination for best new country artist. She just finished recording her second, “Sunshine is Free,” in Nashville. Free, family friendly concert, open to the

public. Call 703-352-1421 or visit www.livingsaviorlutheran.org.

Bat for Bats. 8-9 p.m. at Lake Accotink Park, 7500 Accotink Park Road, Springfield. Bats have a bit of an image problem, but they are an important part of the ecosystem. Discover their value and try to spot some in the “Bats” program at Lake Accotink Park. Walk the meadows and forest edges to see bats feeding on insects. Use a bat detector to hear echolocation. Learn about native bats and their habits, and maybe go to bat for them in the future. For participants age 7-adult. $8 per person. Children must be accompanied by a registered adult. Call 703-569-3464 or visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/lake-accotink.

“Full Moon Boat Tour.” 8-10 p.m. at Burke Lake Park, 7315 Ox Road, Fairfax Station. Take advantage of the full moon in May and enjoy a picturesque night out aboard the Burke Lake tour boat. See what nocturnal critters are missing during day visits day visits to the park. Test listening and observation skills to spot local wildlife with a naturalist. For participants 6-adult. $10 per person. Call 703-323-6600 or visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/burke-lake.

Saturday-Sunday/May 18-19

Ballet Performance. Saturday, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, 4 p.m. at Centreville High School, 6001 Union Mill Road, Clifton. The Fairfax Ballet Company (FBC) presents "Carnival of the Animals," an original story ballet, as well as other original works and excerpts from "Sleeping Beauty." Visit fbccarnival2019.brownpapertickets.com for tickets.

Sunday/May 19

19th FinishLyme 5K/1K. 6:45 a.m. at Fairfax Corner, 4100 Monument Corner Drive, Fairfax. Registration is open for DryHome’s 9th Annual FinishLyme (formerly LoudounLyme), which includes a 5K and 1K family walk/fun run. The May 2019 event educates the public on the dangers of tick-borne diseases and raises much needed funding to find a cure for Lyme disease. $35 for adults/$25 for children under 14. After May 16, registration is $40/$30. Visit www.FinishLyme.org.

Kayak Tour at Lake Accotink. 8-10 a.m. at Lake Accotink Park, 7500 Accotink Park Road, Springfield. Paddle Lake Accotink's tranquil waters with a naturalist guide for an early morning view of wildlife. Glide past bald eagle nests as the park comes to life. A single-seat kayak and life preserver will be provided. No previous kayak experience is required. $31 per person. This program will be canceled in the event of rain or unfavorable water levels. Call 703-569-3464 visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/lake-accotink.

NTRAK Scale Model Train Show. 1-4 p.m. at the Fairfax Station Railroad Museum, 11200 Fairfax Station Road, Fairfax Station. The Northern Virginia NTRAK members will hold an N gauge Model Train Display Ages 16 and older, $4; 5-15, $2; 4 and under, free. Visit www.fairfax-station.org or call 703-425-9225.

Wine, Whiskers and Wags. 1-5 p.m. at Paradise Springs Winery, 13219 Yates Ford Road, Clifton. Annual fundraising event for Friends of the Fairfax County Animal Shelter will feature silent auction, adoptable pets and training demonstrations. Admission includes heavy hors d’oeuvres, beverages, a ticket for a glass of wine or a wine tasting, a keepsake wine glass, dog demonstrations, participation in the silent auction and access to exhibitors. Tickets are required and may be purchased in

advance for $45 at www.ffcas.org; tickets may also be purchased at the

event for $55.

The Very, Very Funny Storybook Party. 2-3:30 p.m. at Hidden Oaks Nature Center, 7701 Royce St., Annandale. At this party, children 3-8 will bring an Eric Carle story to life by acting out being hungry caterpillars and eating their way through some storybook treats. Participants will meet ladybugs and make a craft. $10 per child. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Call 703-941-1065 or visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/hidden-oaks.

Burke Historical Society May Meeting. 3:30-5 p.m. at Pohick Regional Library, 6540 Sydenstricker Road, Burke. Learn about the community that gave Sydensticker road its name and its central historical links today: the Methodist church and the schoolhouse. Free. Email slawski_brian@yahoo.com.

Art Show. 3:30-6 p.m. at The Wine Attic, 7145 Main St., Clifton. Art Show of "wet paint" works created by artists painting Clifton, capping four day weekend Plein Air competition. Iconic landscapes of Clifton painted in multiple mediums. Free. Call 703-409-0919 or visit www.artguildofclifton.org/art-show--wet-paint-sale.html for more.

Monday/May 20

Fundraiser: Golf Outing. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. at Country Club of Fairfax, 5110 Ox Road, Fairfax. The Fairfax High School Athletic Boosters are organizing their 8th Annual Golf Tournament. Proceeds from this tournament will help fund the Fairfax High School

Athletic teams’ activities and equipment to offset budget cutbacks. $125. Visit fairfaxhighsports.org/page/3163 to donate or register.

Wednesday/May 22

Charity Art Gala. 6:30-9 p.m. at American Legion Post 177, 3939 Oak St. Fairfax. Local artists have donated their artwork, with the proceeds going to MK9s Service Dogs to help pay for the purchase and care of the dogs in training. Live music and refreshments will be provided. Business casual attire. $20. Call 703-594-1099 or visit www.CharityArtGala.com.

Friday/May 24

B-I-N-G-O. 7 p.m. at Fire Station 3, 4081 University Drive, Fairfax. Enjoy free coffee, entertaining callers, a friendly atmosphere, $1,000 guaranteed jackpot, treasure chest progressive raffles, and good food available for purchase. All proceeds go to purchasing fire and rescue equipment. Visit www.fairfaxvfd.com or call 703-273-3638 for more.

Live Music: Lesson Zero. 9 p.m.-1 a.m. at Fat Tuesday's, 10673 Braddock Road, Fairfax. Lesson Zero performs. Visit www.fatsfairfax.com for more.

Saturday/May 25

Fundraiser for Fairfax Station Railroad Museum. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Fair Lakes Promenade Barnes and Noble Book Store, 12193 Fair Lakes Promenade Drive, Fairfax. Museum volunteers will introduce visitors to life in Fairfax County during the 1800's and share stories and favorite books about the lives of the prominent people who lived and traveled through the County. Local authors will sign books available for sale at the Barnes and Noble. The museum will receive a percentage of net sales during the day when mentioning the Station at the checkout line. Visit www.fairfax-station.org or call 703-425-9225.

May 25-July 20

Art Exhibit: Somewhere Between You and Me. Fridays and Saturdays, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at Olly Olly, 10417 Main St., 2nd Floor, Fairfax. In Somewhere Between You and Me, young nonbinary transgender artists intimately seek to understand and bring understanding to what it means to experience life as a nonbinary person. An evening reception is planned for Saturday, May 25, 7-10 p.m. with artists Miki Beyer, Emil Melia, Sami Cola, and Paul Karcic. Call 703-789-6144 or visit ollyollyart.com for more.

Sunday/May 26

21st Annual “Ride of the Patriots.” After assembling at Patriot Harley-Davidson on Lee highway in Fairfax, the parade of bikers will follow a route to the Pentagon where it will join with hundreds of thousands of other bikers for the 32nd annual “Rolling Thunder,” the massive parade of bikes headed to the National Mall and the Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial to pay their respects to their fallen comrades and to remember all those who have given their lives. Visit www.rideofthepatriots.com for more.

Reading Circle Activities. 1-4 p.m. at The Fairfax Station Railroad Museum, 11200 Fairfax Station Road, Fairfax Station. A Reading Circle Activity Day will be held at the Fairfax Station Railroad Museum. Books featuring railroads or Civil War history are read and discussed and there may be a craft associated with the book theme that day. Ages 16 and older, $4; 5-15, $2; 4 and under, free. Visit www.fairfax-station.org or call 703-425-9225.

May 26-Aug. 2

Art Exhibition: Virginia Watercolor Society. Gallery hours in the McGuireWoods Gallery, Workhouse Arts Center, Workhouse Arts Center, 9518 Workhouse Way, Lorton. Virginia Watercolor Society (VWS) is organizing its 40 th annual juried painting exhibition with about 85 paintings on display. Free and open to the public, May 26- Aug. 2. Visit www.workhousearts.org/ or www.virginiawatercolorsociety.org for more.

Wednesday/May 29

OAR's 2019 Jazz and Wine Fundraiser. 7:30-9:30 p.m. at The Winery at Bull Run, 15950 Lee Highway, Centreville. Guests will enjoy complimentary wine and catered hors d'oeuvres; the Greg Byrd Band will provide live jazz. Visit www.oarnova.org to register.

Thursday/May 30

Book Sale. 3-9 p.m. at Richard Byrd Library, 7250 Commerce St., Springfield. Find summer reading at bargain prices. Thousands of like new books. Funds raised support adult and children's programming at the Richard Byrd Library. Free admission. Email rbfriends@gmail.com or call 703-451-8055.

Friday/May 31

B-I-N-G-O. 7 p.m. at Fire Station 3, 4081 University Drive, Fairfax. Enjoy free coffee, entertaining callers, a friendly atmosphere, $1,000 guaranteed jackpot, treasure chest progressive raffles, and good food available for purchase. All proceeds go to purchasing fire and rescue equipment. Visit www.fairfaxvfd.com or call 703-273-3638 for more.

Campfire Fridays. 7:30-9 p.m. at Hidden Pond Nature Center, 8511 Greeley Blvd., Springfield. Stop by for nature explorations, animals, a campfire, s'mores and more. Each program features a different topic and different areas of the park. Programs are planned for July and August, too. Designed for family members age 3-adult. $8 per person. Call 703-451-9588 or visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/hidden-pond.

Haydn's Nelson Mass. 8-10 p.m. at Truro Anglican Church, 10520 Main St., Fairfax. Mark Irchai, Washington D.C. based concert pianist, chamber musician, and conductor, presents a program of masterworks from the orchestral and choral literature of the classical era. Joined by soloists Christie Phillips, Rhianna Cockrell, Joe Regan, and Ross Tamaccio. Free. Tickets are available for the Pre-Concert Lecture, beginning at 7 p.m. Visit markirchai.com/events for tickets.

Saturday/June 1

Spring Festival. Noon-4 p.m. at Fellowship Baptist Church, 5936 Rolling Road, Springfield. Fellowship Baptist Church will hold a Spring Festival. Activities will

include a petting zoo, moon bounce, obstacle course, remote control race course, games for all ages, kids crafts, cake walk, prizes and refreshments. Free. All are welcome to attend. Visit www.honoringGod.org.

Clifton Caboose Run. 6-9 p.m. in the Town of Clifton, at the intersection of Clifton Road, Newman Road and Main Street. A 5K Run and 1-Mile Fun Run/Walk beginning in the turn-of-the-century town of Clifton. A post-race party with refreshments, live music and an awards ceremony will take place at the Red Barn near Clifton’s Main Street area. 5k run, $21; 1-mile fun run/walk, $15. Call 703-968-0740 or visit www.facebook.com/cliftonva.org.

Sunday/June 2

Maker Faire NoVa. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. at George Mason University, 4400 University Drive, Fairfax. Maker Faire NoVa is the Greatest Show (& Tell) on Earth — a family-friendly showcase of making, invention and creativity. Glimpse the future and get inspired. $2-$50. Call 703-437-5780 or visit nova.makerfaire.com.

Heritage Nepal Festival. 4-8 p.m. at Centreville High School, 6001 Union Mill Road, Clifton. America Nepali Society Heritage Festival will showcase Nepali Heritage, Traditions and Culture. The Cultural Program will be organized by kids from the community which will last approximately one and half hours. Free. Call571-331-5412 or visit www.americanepalsociety.org/ for more.

Tuesday/June 4

Searching Fold3 Records. 7-8:30 p.m. at Burke Centre Library, 5935 Freds Oak Road, Burke. Learn to search military records through the Fold3 database, available through the Library of Virginia and covering from the Revolutionary War to the Vietnam War. Free. Email slawski_brian@yahoo.com or visit www.burkehistoricalsociety.org.

Wednesday/June 5

Celebrate the ’80s with Insight. 4-6 p.m. at Insight Memory Care Center, 3953 Pender Drive, #100, Fairfax. Insight was just starting in 1984, in a church basement, offering respite services for families living with memory impairment. Now in 2019, Insight is celebrating 35 years of care and support and they now open our doors to thousands of caregivers and families each year. Take a look back at where Insight has been, and look forward to an exciting future providing care, education, and support for families living with dementia in the community. Come and celebrate in style - or at least come to laugh at everyone else’s styles. RSVP at www.insightmcc.org.

Thursday/June 6

Silent Sentinel Awards. 6-9 p.m. at Army Navy Country Club (Arlington), 1700 Army Navy Drive, Arlington. Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Association is bestowing the Silent Sentinel Award upon seven people who exemplify suffragist strength in pursuit of equal rights. The evening's festivities include a cocktail reception, dinner, and a live performance of Elizabeth Cady Stanton: "Cyrano of the Suffragists." The evening also includes a silent auction as well as a live auction led by the Honorable Ken Plum. $200. Seating is limited, reserve space at www.eventbrite.com/e/countdown-to-suffrage-centennial-and-silent-sentinel-awards-gala-tickets-59388838615 or email pwirth@suffragistmemorial.org.

Friday/June 7

Grand Opening: Stemtree. 6 p.m. at Stemtree Education Center, 11226A Waples Mill Road, Fairfax. Stemtree offers students in grades K-12 one-on-one instruction in science, technology, and engineering. The community is invited to see the facility and to learn how Stemtree differs from traditional STEM centers.Light refreshments will be served. Visit www.stemtree.com/fairfax for more.

Friday-Sunday/June 7-9

Celebrate Fairfax! Festival. Northern Virginia’s largest community-wide event, the 38 th annual Celebrate Fairfax! Festival, is set to take place on the grounds of the Fairfax County Government Center, 12000 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax. The Celebrate Fairfax! Festival features 25 acres of concerts, family programs, exhibits, carnival rides and nightly fireworks. Among the festival’s highlights are more than 120 performances on seven stages, including Better Than Ezra and Smash Mouth. Call 703-324-3247 or visit www.celebratefairfax.com.

Saturday/June 8

Movie Night: Rio. Dusk. Liberty Lorton, the former prison turned new development, is hosting a series of events that includes barnyard yoga, outdoor movie nights, and the second annual Turkey Trot. Events are open to residents and non-residents of Liberty. Events are open to residents and non-residents of Liberty alike. Visit thelibertylife.com for more.

Wednesday/June 12

Sip and Swing. 5-8 p.m. at Laurel Hill Golf Club, 8701 Laurel Crest Drive, Lorton. Enjoy a round on Virginia's newest golf course. Price includes range balls, golf cart and nine holes of golf and a glass of wine. This event welcomes the first 12 people who RSVP. Come solo or bring a friend. Payment will be made upon arrival at the event venue. Check in at to pro shop at least 15 minutes prior to the start time. Member, $32; |non-members, $42. RSVP to Roberta Korzen at roberta.korzen@fairfaxcounty.gov or 703-324-8782.

Saturday/June 15

39th Annual Spring Civil War Mosby Bus Tour. The bus will leave Truro Parish, 10520 Main St., Fairfax City, promptly at 8:30 a.m. (return 5:30 p.m.) The tour will stop at Mount Zion Church, Aldie Mill, the Hathaway House (where Mosby climbed out on a limb), Old Whitewood and more. $65 members of the Stuart-Mosby Historical Society; $75 for non-members. To sign up contact Don Hakenson at 703-971-4984 or email dhakenson@verizon.net.

Saturday/June 22

Movie Night: Fantastic Mr. Fox. Dusk. Liberty Lorton, the former prison turned new development, is hosting a series of events that includes barnyard yoga, outdoor movie nights, and the second annual Turkey Trot. Events are open to residents and non-residents of Liberty. Events are open to residents and non-residents of Liberty alike. Visit thelibertylife.com for more.

Saturday-Sunday/June 22-23

Field Day 2019. Starts 2 p.m. Saturday, running 24 hours to 2 p.m. Sunday at Burke Lake Park, 7315 Ox Road, Fairfax Station. Members of the Vienna Wireless Society will be participating in Field Day at Burke Lake Park. The club will demonstrate radio communications, use satellite communications, and have a station where visitors may operate and talk on the air and experience the fun of amateur radio. Free. Call 703-395-6721 or visit www.viennawireless.net.

Saturday/June 29

Goat Yoga. Noon. Liberty Lorton, the former prison turned new development, is hosting a series of events that includes barnyard yoga, outdoor movie nights, and the second annual Turkey Trot. Events are open to residents and non-residents of Liberty. Events are open to residents and non-residents of Liberty alike. Visit thelibertylife.com for more.

Wednesday/July 10

Nine and Wine. 5-8 p.m. at Laurel Hill Golf Club, 8701 Laurel Crest Drive, Lorton. Enjoy a round on Virginia's newest golf course. Price includes range balls, golf cart and nine holes of golf and a glass of wine. This event welcomes the first 12 people who RSVP. Come solo or bring a friend. Payment will be made upon arrival at the event venue. Check in at to pro shop at least 15 minutes prior to the start time. Member, $32; |non-members, $42. RSVP to Roberta Korzen at roberta.korzen@fairfaxcounty.gov or 703-324-8782.

Saturday/Aug. 17

Movie Night: The Princess Bride. Dusk. Liberty Lorton, the former prison turned new development, is hosting a series of events that includes barnyard yoga, outdoor movie nights, and the second annual Turkey Trot. Events are open to residents and non-residents of Liberty. Events are open to residents and non-residents of Liberty alike. Visit thelibertylife.com for more.

Wednesday/Aug. 21

Nine and Wine. 5-8 p.m. at Laurel Hill Golf Club, 8701 Laurel Crest Drive, Lorton. Enjoy a round on Virginia's newest golf course. Price includes range balls, golf cart and nine holes of golf and a glass of wine. This event welcomes the first 12 people who RSVP. Come solo or bring a friend. Payment will be made upon arrival at the event venue. Check in at to pro shop at least 15 minutes prior to the start time. Member, $32; |non-members, $42. RSVP to Roberta Korzen at roberta.korzen@fairfaxcounty.gov or 703-324-8782.

Saturday/Aug. 24

Movie Night: Ice Age. Dusk. Liberty Lorton, the former prison turned new development, is hosting a series of events that includes barnyard yoga, outdoor movie nights, and the second annual Turkey Trot. Events are open to residents and non-residents of Liberty. Events are open to residents and non-residents of Liberty alike. Visit thelibertylife.com for more.

Wednesday/Sept. 11

Nine and Wine. 5-8 p.m. at Laurel Hill Golf Club, 8701 Laurel Crest Drive, Lorton. Enjoy a round on Virginia's newest golf course. Price includes range balls, golf cart and nine holes of golf and a glass of wine. This event welcomes the first 12 people who RSVP. Come solo or bring a friend. Payment will be made upon arrival at the event venue. Check in at to pro shop at least 15 minutes prior to the start time. Member, $32; |non-members, $42. RSVP to Roberta Korzen at roberta.korzen@fairfaxcounty.gov or 703-324-8782.

Wednesday/Oct. 9

Nine and Wine. 5-8 p.m. at Laurel Hill Golf Club, 8701 Laurel Crest Drive, Lorton. Enjoy a round on Virginia's newest golf course. Price includes range balls, golf cart and nine holes of golf and a glass of wine. This event welcomes the first 12 people who RSVP. Come solo or bring a friend. Payment will be made upon arrival at the event venue. Check in at to pro shop at least 15 minutes prior to the start time. Member, $32; |non-members, $42. RSVP to Roberta Korzen at roberta.korzen@fairfaxcounty.gov or 703-324-8782.

Saturday/Nov. 30

2nd Annual Liberty Turkey Trot. 9 a.m. Liberty Lorton, the former prison turned new development, is hosting a series of events that includes barnyard yoga, outdoor movie nights, and the second annual Turkey Trot. Events are open to residents and non-residents of Liberty. Events are open to residents and non-residents of Liberty alike. Visit thelibertylife.com for more.

Ongoing

Farmers Market. Saturdays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Springfield Town Center, 6699 Spring Mall Drive, Springfield. Visit www.facebook.com/SpringfieldFoodworks/.

Second Saturdays. 6-9 p.m. at the Workhouse Arts Center, 9518 Workhouse Road, Lorton. The Second Saturday Art Walk is the perfect time to meet nearly 85 Resident and Associate Artists, creating art in the studios or exhibiting in our galleries. Experience performances of dance, cabaret, comedy, big band, jazz, and theater. Indulge in classes in the art of mixology or cuisines from around the globe. Enjoy art exhibitions in nine galleries of the region’s finest sculpture, painting, glass, ceramics, and fiber art works. Visit www.workhousearts.org/.

Senior Line Dancing. Mondays, 1 p.m.; Fridays, 10-11:30 a.m. at Little RIver Glen Senior Center, 4001 Barker Court, Fairfax. Line Dancing is a gentle, social form of aerobic activity. Studies have shown it aids in warding off Alzheimer's disease. No previous experience needed. Cost: $5 per 8-week session. Email barbriba@hotmail.com or call 703-524-3739.

Fairfax Pets on Wheels New Volunteer Orientation. An orientation for new volunteers interested in visiting residents of nursing homes and assisted living facilities with their approved pets through the Fairfax Pets On Wheels program is held the first Wednesday of every month starting at 7:30 p.m. Visit www.fpow.org for each month’s location. Prior to attending, please complete the online application found at www.fpow.org/volunteer. www.fpow.org, 703-324-5424 or dfspetsonwheels@fairfaxcounty.gov.

Carolina Shag. Wednesdays, 6:30-10 p.m. at Arlington/Fairfax Elks Lodge, 8421 Arlington Blvd., Fairfax. Free lessons at 7:30 p.m. No partners needed. Dinner menu. $8. Under 21 free. nvshag.org.

FUN-Exercise Thursdays, noon-12:50 p.m. at Grace Presbyterian Church Family Room, 7434 Bath St., Springfield. Inova certified exercise instructor leads a moderate level exercise class with music and current events conversation. Muscle, Balance, Strength Training using stretch bands and weights both standing and seated exercises. Instructor donation is $5. moorefitt@yahoo.com or 703-499-6133.

Exercise Program Mondays and Fridays at 9:30 a.m. year-round at Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 5114 Twinbrook Road, Fairfax. The exercises are for strength, balance and maintaining limberness. Contact SCFB office at 703-426-2824 for more information.

Cafe Ivrit (Hebrew Cafe). Wednesdays. 8:15-9:15 a.m. Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia, 8900 Little River Turnpike, Fairfax. Shalom (hello) Did you always want to converse in Hebrew? Join Na’ama each week for conversational Hebrew. You will learn and practice Hebrew in a fun and interactive way while learning more about Israel. Free, however we ask that you try to attend regularly. RSVP Naama.Gold@jccnv.org.

Smoke Free Bingo. 7 p.m. Every Friday. Fairfax Volunteer Fire Department, 4081 University Drive, Fairfax. Free coffee, entertaining callers, $1,000 jackpot (with breaks for smoking friends). www.fairfaxvd.com. 703-273-3638.

English Conversation Groups weekly at George Mason, Burke Centre, and Lorton Libraries Practice and improve your English. Day and start times vary. Visit: va.evanced.info/fairfaxcounty/lib/eventcalendar.asp

Funday Monday 10:30 a.m., every Monday at Old Town Hall, 3999 University Drive, Fairfax. There will be music, movement, storytelling, performances, crafts, and more. It is open to children of all ages, however especially for those who haven’t yet started school. Programs are free and open to the public, donations are gratefully appreciated. There is ample free parking in the downtown area, and stroller access at the rear of Old Town Hall on Main St. 703-385-7858 www.fairfaxva.gov/culturalarts for more.