McLean Community Center Calendar of Events for November 2019

TysonsToday Staff Around Town, Art & Culture

The McLean Community Center (MCC) offers the following activities in November. Residents of the Center’s tax district, Small District 1A-Dranesville, are eligible for discounts on fees. The center is located at 1234 Ingleside Ave. Presented by The AldenMario The Maker MagicianSaturday, Nov. 2, 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.$15/$10 MCC district residentsIt’s magic through the lens of the Maker Movement! As …

Bards Alley Aims to Ignite the Love of Reading for Everyone

TysonsToday Staff Around Town, Talk of Tysons

If, in a world of tweets and algorithms, you wish you could wander aimlessly through the aisles of a local brick-and-mortar bookstore, you’re in luck. Bards Alley, a cozy independent bookstore and café on historic Church Street in Vienna, boasts not only a hand-curated inventory of over 5,000 fiction, nonfiction, and children’s titles, but also a unique collection of cards …

The Vienna Arts Society Presents a Live Auction

Vienna Arts Society Around Town, Art & Culture, Talk of Tysons

“Enriching Our Community Through The Arts” The Vienna Arts Society (VAS) is celebrating its 50th Anniversary with a public art project called Take-A-Seat Vienna”. Last winter VAS brought together regional artists, from novices to professionals; to produce artwork on dozens of wooden outdoor benches, built by Unique Amish Furniture of Purcellville, Virginia. Vienna businesses sponsoring the benches have enjoyed displaying …

Creative Cauldron Presents Original Adaptation of The Jungle Book

Ellen Selby Art & Culture

For its fall Learning Theater Production, Creative Cauldron will present The Jungle Book, adapted from Rudyard Kipling’s classic by Laura Connors Hull and Ellen Selby and featuring ten original songs by Matt Conner and Stephen Gregory Smith. Professional actors Will Stevenson and Gus Knapp join the talent of the twenty-four young people in the Learning Theater Ensemble. The Jungle Book …

Top Medical Professionals

TysonsToday Staff Health & Wellness, Talk of Tysons

All of us who live and work in Northern Virginia are extremely fortunate to have top medical professionals who have chosen this area to deliver their quality services. Whether you are looking for a dentist specializing in smile makeovers, a surgeon to address your back pain, or a doctor of women’s health you can trust the individuals that are profiled …

Catering Spaces & Places

Michael Evans Taste of Tysons

Summer may be over but that doesn’t mean the party has to end! In fact, for many, the fall is when the entertaining really ramps up as we head into the holidays. Whether you’re looking to host your next corporate function, Oktoberfest, bar or bat mitzvah, or holiday gala, we’ve got the information you need for choosing the site for …

September 2019 Housing Market Update

Bright MLS Real Estate

Washington D.C. Metro median sales prices hit new September record at $431,000; sales rise by almost 10%; inventory levels are very lean The following analysis of the Washington, D.C. Metro Area housing market has been prepared by Elliot Eisenberg, Ph.D. of MarketStats by ShowingTime and is based on September 2019 Bright MLS housing data. OVERVIEW The September 2019 Washington D.C. …

Early History of St. John’s Episcopal Church McLean, Virginia

Carole Herrick Talk of Tysons

The history of McLean’s St. John’s Episcopal Church begins in 1866 with Sunday school classes being taught by Cordelia Slade in the log-cabin home of her father, William Slade, located on Georgetown Pike at the edge of the village of Langley. An Episcopalian congregation soon formed and members began worshiping in the nearby pre-Civil War Langley Methodist Church; some services …

Tysons Development With Tallest Building In DC Region Approved

Emily Leayman - The Patch Talk of Tysons, Tysons Update

Via the Patch By  Emily Leayman The development’s Iconic Tower is slated to have a height of 600 feet with an observation deck. TYSONS, VA — The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to approve the View at Tysons development, which will feature the region’s tallest building. The developer is Clemente Development Co. Five buildings will be part of …