The Fairfax Ballet Company Presents
A Cinematic Adventure
The Nutcracker: Dancing through the City
Just make your reservation for the best seat in the house: your own living room. Then, get ready to watch our performance as you’ve never seen it before as we dance our way through Old Town Fairfax.
Fee Fi Fa La La- A Holiday Virtual Reading and Sing Along!
Gather around your computer and join us for an evening of family fun for the holidays. Filled with silly Christmas-themed puns, and important message about kindness, and followed by a sing along of favorite holiday songs, this play is sure to delight everyone in your household!
December 23, 7pm
Summer Under the Stars
Bắn cá bầuThursday, 7:30pm at Veterans Amphitheatre (City Hall)
July 9 Blaskapelle Alte Kameraden
July 16 Bắn cá bầuCity of Fairfax Band Children’s Concert
July 23 Main Street Community Band
July 30 Bắn cá bầuCity of Fairfax Band
Sponsored by the City of Fairfax and the Commission on the Arts, the City of Fairfax Band has been making music since 1969. By their active participation, ensembles and members of the City of Fairfax Band Association (CFBA) support performing arts in the Fairfax community and in the greater Northern Virginia and Washington DC metropolitan area. Led by talented and experienced musical staff, CFBA ensembles have entertained the citizens of Fairfax, the Commonwealth of Virginia (including Richmond, Yorktown, Orkney Springs, and Fredericksburg), and the Washington, DC metropolitan area for 40 years.
Programs are varied and present the best in classical transcriptions, wind band music, military and marches, show tunes, and much more. CFBA is proud to sponsor new compositions and to showcase new arrangements at every season. Its concerts frequently feature exciting and well-known guest artists.
Ensembles include the nationally renowned City of Fairfax Band, the Main Street Community Band, Northern Virginia Youth Winds, Northern Virginia Junior Winds, the internationally acclaimed German band Alte Kameraden, the Fairfax Swing Band, the Fairfax Saxophone Quartet, the Potomac Brass Quintet, the Rebel Run Dixieland Band, and other small ensembles.
Saturday, December 5 11:30am
Art Demo with Mark Geiger
Bắn cá bầuMark Geiger is a member of the Fairfax Art League with a long interest in the arts which is interspersed with a full-time professional career in system safety and environmental sciences. His work includes drawing, watercolor and pastels. Mark has also developed a series of greeting cards of local attractions which appeal to both visitors and residents, as well as holiday cards. He is also available for commissions such as landscape paintings of client’s homes. Work in the safety and health profession has also supported a background in educational outreach and training.
The demonstration will be done via zoom. Go to the Art League's Website for more information
Saturday, January 9, 2021 11:30am
Bắn cá bầuStay tuned for Artist Information!
Old Town Hall Gallery - Closed
3999 University Drive, Fairfax, VA
Old Town Hall Gallery is opened Monday-Thursday from 10:30am-2:30pm
Gallery at City of Fairfax Regional Library
10360 North Street Fairfax, VA
Monday - Thursday: 10am - 9pm
Friday: 10am -6pm
Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Sunday: 1pm -5pm
The Fairfax Art League was founded in 1986 by six artists exhibiting their work as a group in the John C. Wood complex. In 1987 the six artists, after much consideration about the name adopted The Fairfax Art League (FAL). League was selected since League, by definition, is a covenant between persons, and FAL's covenant is to promote art in the community. In 1988, the League applied for incorporation through the Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts, which in February 1989 resulted in the League incorporation as a Non Profit Organization. In the years since its inception the League's membership has grown to over 100 members. The Fairfax Art League (FAL) is a vibrant organization comprised of local and regional artists coming together to celebrate the arts.
This series is presented on the 3rd Thursday morning in the month, by the Friday Morning Music Club, Inc., a community of music lovers and musicians dedicated to promoting classical music throughout the metropolitan area. On the third Thursday of the month from October through April, except December, they host their performances at Old Town Hall at 12:00pm. Please visit www.fmmc.org for more information.
See you next Year!
Fairfax High School Choirs and Chamber Orchestra
Schubert's Mass in G
January 24th at 7:30pm
Truro Anglican Church
24th Annual Irish Folk Festival
October 5th, 2019
Sherwood Center, 3740 Old Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA
The Auld Shebeen Irish Pub, 3971 Chain Bridge Rd., Fairfax, VA
Irish music and dance performances on four stages
Food & craft vendors
Workshops and sessions
More information at www.cceirishfest.org
Holiday Cookie Decorating with Fall for the Book
December 8th at 6:30pm, on Crowdcast
Baking for the family or swapping cookies from a distance this year? Tune in to Fall for the Book's Holiday Cookie Decorating Demonstration with Chef Peter Brett for top tips from a pro on creating delectable and enchanting cookie creations.
Bắn cá bầuSign up and get Chef Peter's sugar cookie recipe in your inbox to bake ahead, then tune in to make the frosting and get decorating. This workshop is great for new bakers, perennial bake-off winners, and kid collaborators!
Your participation will raise funds to help ensure Fall for the Book can continue our programming through the pandemic and beyond.
Fall for the Book is going virtual!