Workhouse Observes Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month
Lorton’s Community Market took a choreographed step into the times of ancient Japanese martial arts last weekend, recognizing May’s Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month.
A restaurant and brewery were among the desired occupants they are seeking.
Family-friendly in-person and virtual events including drive-thru parade and decoration contest
No need to make a trip to New Orleans to celebrate Mardi Gras this year.
Outside or not, thousands gathered for rides, entertainment and food could be a super spreader.
Celebrate Fairfax plans in question
“Nightmare Alley,” Northern Virginia’s First-Ever Haunted Drive-Thru
The ever-enterprising Workhouse Arts Center is bringing the upcoming Halloween season thrills with its “’Nightmare Alley’, the first immersive, completely contactless drive-thru Halloween experience in the region,” said Joseph Wallen, Director of Performing Arts at the Workhouse.
A Fairfax man was nominated for an Emmy Award recently.
”The Witching Hour” was awarded for their non-fiction series.
Includes Bishop Ireton alumna Kat Radley, who is now a writer on the Daily Show in New York City.
Comedian Kat Radley
The trail takes place on what used to be the Lorton Reformatory.
2019 festival slated for Sunday, Oct. 13.
Spine-tingling 2019 Workhouse ‘Haunted Trail’ Opens Oct. 4.
Taking Clown Class at the Workhouse unleashes the inner five-year-old.
A Day at Clown School
In Fairfax County’s 71st 4-H Fair and Carnival, community’s young people shine.