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Wildfire to Host Pork and Pinot Wine Dinner

This was sent to us from Wildfire Restaurant in Tyson's Corner:

Join us at Wildfire for a five course dinner featuring farm fresh ingredients from Round Hill Virginia’s Bay Haven Farm. Each course will be paired with a hand-selected pinot noir as Anna and Daniel Cohen, owners of Bay Haven Farm, share with us their journey from city to country life.

The evening will be held on Tuesday, October 19, 2010, at Wildfire, Tysons Galleria, 3rd floor, McLean, VA. The reception will begin at 6:30 p.m., followed by dinner and wine pairings at 7:00 p.m. Seating is limited.  Please call Michelle Bringham at (703) 442-9110 to reserve a table.

Sully Hosts Spain in the American Revolution

This was sent to us from the Fairfax County Park Authority:

On Sunday, October 3, 2010, from noon to 4 p.m., visit Sully Historic Site and discover some well-documented but little known facts about our country’s history.  Did you know that Spanish-speaking nations made great contributions to the success of the American colonies during our struggle for independence from Great Britain?  Soldiers from Spain, the Caribbean and the Americas fought against the British, and Spain provided funding, supplies and military intelligence to George Washington. 

Reenactors from the re-created Spanish Louisiana Regiment will present scenes of 18th century military life including musket and cannon firing, Spanish fencing, and camp cooking. 

Visitors will have an opportunity to “enlist” in the regiment and learn musket drill, and play games that were popular during the Revolutionary War. 

Runner's Galore!

Being that it is now Fall, it's time for many communities and organizations holding Runs. There are quite a few going on in the next few months around the area and here are some links to them.

Get out there, get involved, get healthy and run for some fantastic causes!






Volunteer Reception Center Test

The following was sent to us by Christopher Copley of Volunteer Fairfax:

On September 25, Volunteer Fairfax along with Fairfax County agencies are testing their Volunteer Reception Center. This reception center is what is activated during a true emergency which allows Volunteer Fairfax to register and assign roles to volunteers during a disaster. It is basically a giant role play to test out the reception center so we can have it ready for an emergency.