Top 5 Things To Do This Weekend February 23 – February 25

TysonsToday Staff Around Town, Art & Culture

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Here are our picks for the best events happening in the area!

Capital Remodel + Garden Show

Friday, February 23 & Saturday, February 24
10:00am – 9:00pm

Sunday, February 25
10:00am – 6:00pm

Dulles Expo & Conference Center
4320 Chantilly Shopping Center
Chantilly, VA 20151

The Capital Remodel + Garden Show is a vibrant marketplace where you can shop for home-related products and services, experience stunning displays to help inspire your next home project, connect with industry experts, and enjoy informative presentations from renowned local and international home professionals.

Chinese New Year Festival

Saturday, February 24
10:00am 6:00pm

Luther Jackson Middle School
3020 Gallows Road
Falls Church, VA 22042

Chinese New Year Festival in Washington DC area is host by Asian Community Service Center (ACSC) annually. Usually it is one day in-door events with cultural performances including dragon and lion dances, delicious Asian foods, New Year Parade, Culture exhibition, Craft show, language, health and business booths, and children’s activities, among other attractions. We encourage you to wear Asian costume or your traditional costume to share with our community. The mission of our event is: Return to Tradition.

Omnium Circus Presents I’mPossible

Saturday, February 24
1:00pm

Capital One Hall
7750 Capital One Tower Road
Tysons, VA 22102

It’s a circus adventure where there are no limits, no boundaries, and no barriers. Omnium is the only circus in the world to be presented bilingually in English and American Sign Language. Unprecedented audience accessibility including live audio description, tactile experiences, relaxed seating for neurodiverse and sensory sensitive audience members and other accommodations truly make Omnium a live experience that has been specifically created to be enjoyed by all.

Mnozil Brass

Sunday, February 25
3:00pm

George Mason University’s Center for the Arts
4373 Mason Pond Dr.
Fairfax, VA 22030

Known as the Monty Python of the music world, Austrian septet Mnozil Brass seamlessly combines slapstick comedy with virtuosity. Hailed as one of the world’s premier brass ensembles, this group blends classical, jazz, folk, and pop with sketch comedy, silly songs, and sidesplitting buffoonery on their trumpets, trombones, French horn, and tuba. Mnozil Brass takes its name from Gasthaus Mnozil, a restaurant across the street from the Vienna Conservatory, where seven young music students met and began playing at a monthly open mic in 1992. 30 years later, Mnozil Brass performs for sold-out houses around the world. Jubilee, its 2023 album on Universal, cheekily pays tribute and celebrates Mnozil Brass’s greatest hits as well as new works. Classicalite raves, it’s “one of the funniest, and most creative, chamber groups on the planet” and the San Antonio Reporter adds it’s “seriously funny, whimsically brazen.” 

History of Tea, or Knowing the Difference Between Teas

Sunday, February 25
3:00pm – 4:30pm

Nova Labs
3850 Jermantown Rd
Fairfax, VA

History of Tea, or Knowing the Difference Between TeasThe History of Tea is the history of civilization, both Asian and European. For example, do you know the difference between Japanese Green Tea and Chinese Green Tea?

For those who never tried Tea, this is a great way to try out different types. For those who already love Tea, come learn more. For a coffee drinker, come over to the other side, and try the most popular drink in the world. And for anyone who loves history, please join us and have fun!