Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Emergency Averted on Gunston Road

A hole-in-the-road emergency was averted last month when hidden erosion was discovered before half of Gunston Road collapsed. Marilyn ...

Tree Planting on Meadowood! March 31

A Tree Planting on Meadowood !  March 31, 9:00 am Eagle Scout Candidate Cody Sweet of Troop 118 of Ft. Belvoir will lead the volunteers; Fairfax ReLeaf will provide the tree seedlings and planting supplies; Friends of Meadowood will provide additional support; Mason Neck Lions will donate bottled water, canned soft drinks and DCR Certificates of Appreciation to each volunteer. For more information call Douglas Vinson BLM (703) 673-8727 or Lion Joe Chudzik (703) 541-3123. 

"Hidden Treasures" March 24

The Old Bridge Chamber Orchestra presents "Hidden Treasures" Saturday, March 24, at 3:00 PMmfeaturing small  ensembles playing selections of their choice. Five dollars for adults - kids free. At Good Shepherd Lutheran Church,15695 Blackburn Road,Woodbridge. For more information, see www.obco.org, or 703 927-3999

Bridge Restoration Project

The bridge across Thompson Creek Trail,  which was washed away from the path, was restored Saturday, March 17.  Previously, it was disassembled and carried back to the original location, and now is reassembled.   Mason Neck Lions Club provided refreshments and certificates of appreciation. More info coming.

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Review: Last weekends for Mouse Trap at Lazy Susan

Quickly, night closes, the roads are blocked, the phone line is ‘down’ and one guest is found strangled. It will take 24 hours to solve the Three Blind Mice rhyme. Who is to be the third victim and who committed the first two murders? The only thing you know before the show is that you’ll have a pleasant evening at the Lazy Susan in Lorton. Make reservations now. Call 703-494-6311  Read the full review…

Upcoming High School Theatre:

Hayfield presents “Annie” 

Hayfield Middle School presents Annie on March 22, 23, and 24 at 7 p.m. and 24 at 2 p.m.  Email for more information:  sajohnson1@fcps.edu

PWAS Meeting March 21

The Prince William Art Society welcomes Steve Myles, who creates lovely atmospheric oil paintings in a very realistic style. Meetings are free and the public is encouraged to attend. See full story on our web site… http://lortonvalleystar.com/Content3/Entertainment.html