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‘The Gingerbread Chase’ Features Local Talent and Fun

Posted by Editorial / Monday, December 15th, 2014

Photo by haveseen/shutterstock.com

Photo by haveseen/shutterstock.com

By Bailey Lucero-Carter

Run, run as fast as you can—StageCoach Theatre Company presents “The Gingerbread Chase” at Oatlands Plantation this weekend. Children will love this interactive performance featuring an original script by local playwright DeDe Le.

“The Gingerbread Chase” tells the tale of a newly baked gingerbread cookie who feels plain among the many ornamented and frosted treats in the bakery. In this twist on the classic tale, kids will interact with the cast as the ginger cookie embarks on a journey away from home. The performance is full of surprises and will eventually answer the question: Is it what’s inside or what’s outside that matters most?

Characters in this show include the elusive gingerbread cookie, a baker and his wife, a detective, a pig who is a mailman and, of course, Santa Claus. After the show, a special guest will be on site to meet children and take photos. The play will be shown at the Carriage House at Oatlands and will run about an hour long with no intermission.

The script for this performance comes from NoVA playwright DeDe Le. She is one of several local talents to have been featured by StageCoach Theatre Company. Based in Loudoun County, StageCoach Theatre Company began in 2011 with a mission to promote local talent in local venues. Owners Jerri Wiseman and Terry Smith have over 30 years of combined experience in the theater industry and are always looking out for new talent.

“Every script that is sent is guaranteed to be read,” says Wiseman, who runs the business full time.

StageCoach Theatre Company puts on three types of performances year-round: murder mysteries, cabarets or musical performances, and children’s shows. “The Gingerbread Chase” is one of StageCoach Theatre Company’s children’s shows and the company’s fourth Christmas performance at Oatlands.

If you want to submit a script to StageCoach Theatre Company, e-mail Jerri Wiseman at jerri@stagecoachtc.com. If you want to support local talent with a fun evening for the kids, catch “The Gingerbread Chase” at Oatlands this weekend.

“The Gingerbread Chase”
Presented by StageCoach Theatre Company

Carriage House at Oatlands
20850 Oatlands Plantation Lane, Leesburg
Dec. 19, 6:30 p.m. & Dec. 20-21, 5:30 p.m.
$12 Adults, $10 children 2-12



Second City’s “Holiday Revue” Brings Holiday Jeers to NoVA

Posted by Editorial / Friday, December 12th, 2014

Photo courtesy of Second City

Photo courtesy of Second City

By Michael Balderston

The holiday season is meant to be a time for family, good will and peace on earth. But if that sounds too boring for you, check out Second City’s “Nut-Cracking Holiday Revue.” The famed Chicago improv group will be performing their nationally touring holiday show for the next two weeks at the Arlington Cinema Drafthouse, starting Friday, Dec. 12.  

“We just took the holiday season and we just kind of kicked it in the nuts a little bit,” says Second City player Chris Redd.

Redd and his fellow cast members will perform sketches that take aim at holiday traditions like Santa in this sketch comedy show that also features a number of chances for fan interaction and fan improv.

“I just love a show that has some great scripted material and also some great improv moments,” says Redd. “A lot of room to be able to play and make stuff up on the spot, get the crowd involved. It has a little bit of something for everybody.”

The show began its tour in Fayetteville, Ark. and is finishing it out with their performances at the Arlington Cinema Drafthouse. Redd says he has enjoyed his time on the road for the chance it has given him to learn more about the country and the people living all across it.

“Touring has really expanded my knowledge of the country and what makes people tick even more than if I just worked a desk job,” says Redd. “I don’t even own a desk.”

On the surface, Second City’s “Nut-Cracking Holiday Revue” may be a jab at the tropes and clichés of the holiday season, but what it offers is something that fits in perfectly with its subject.

“Different things make different people laugh,” says Redd. “But it really rings true when you see one joke that works at every single location. Everyone’s laughing at the same thing and you really see how comedy can bring people together.”

The Second City “Nut-Cracking Holiday Revue” will play the Arlington Cinema Drafthouse Fridays and Saturdays starting Dec. 12 and running through Dec. 27. Tickets are still available for shows, for more information click here. Catch a trailer for the “Holiday Revue” below.



Wassail the Trees for Good Health at Claude Moore Colonial Farm

Posted by Editorial / Monday, December 8th, 2014

Photo by Piotr Wawrzyniuk/shutterstock.com.

Photo courtesy of Piotr Wawrzyniuk/shutterstock.com.

By Bailey Lucero-Carter

The winter season is the time for wishing good cheer on family members, friends—and trees. In fact, at Claude Moore Colonial Farm in McLean, wishing good health on the orchards is the winter tradition of “wassailing,” which dates back for many centuries in England. Families and kids can dance, sing and celebrate the new season by merrily wishing the apple trees a good harvest for next year.

The tradition of wassailing began on Claude Moore Colonial Farm in 1973, the year the farm was first opened to the public, and since then, visitors and children especially have enjoyed participating in the festivity. The wassail consists of singing, chanting verses and dancing around the trees. Visitors can also pour cider on the roots and place bread on the branches, though you may opt to eat these treats yourself.

So what exactly does wassail mean and why does this tradition exist?

“To wassail simply means to wish health to, and what we do is we wassail the orchards,” says Jon-David Engle, facilities manager at the farm. “The idea is to encourage the trees to grow and bear well the following year.”

Although the tradition may seem antiquated in our modern world, the merriment surrounding the celebration is timeless. Every hour or half hour, kids can select a new tree to wassail, and when the wassailing gets chilly, everyone can huddle around the bonfire for warmth. This festive event is unique not only for its traditional roots, but also for its universal appeal. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, something else or nothing at all, the wassail is a winter celebration to be enjoyed by all.

Much like the wassail, which dates back as far as the 14th century, Claude Moore Colonial Farm is rich with historical significance.

“The farm portrays a tobacco farm, a tenant farm, a poor farm, from the year 1771,” says Engle. “[Volunteers and employees] welcome visitors as if they’re actually visiting them on the farm site in 1771. We practice first-person interpretation.”

After the wassail, Claude Moore Colonial Farm will be closed until the spring season begins. Only the GateHouse Holiday Shop will remain opened until Sunday, Dec. 28. 

Wish the apple trees a happy winter and a fruitful new year with this year’s wassail. You may find that a lot of good cheer can outlast a long winter.

Wassail
Claude Moore Colonial Farm
6310 Georgetown Pike, McLean
Dec. 14, 1 – 4 p.m.
 $3 for adults, $2 for kids.



Tysons Corner Opens Christmas Market and Winterfest 2014

Posted by Editorial / Friday, December 5th, 2014

Photo courtesy of Iakov Filimonov/shutterstock.com

Photo courtesy of Iakov Filimonov/shutterstock.com

By Michael Balderston

Tysons Corner is one of the busiest malls in the Northern Virginia area around the holidays, and you can expect it to be no different this year.

But, you can also expect a new holiday shopping experience thanks to the Tysons Corner Center’s Christmas Market and Winterfest 2014. Offering artisan crafts, ice skating and live entertainment, the market is a great chance for holiday shoppers seeking a change of pace to the hustle and bustle of the season.

In its second year, the Christmas Market and Winterfest is expanding from its original three-day run in 2013 to three weeks, starting today, Friday, Dec. 5, through Christmas Eve.

Inspired by a traditional German market, the Christmas Market will feature over 30 different artisan brands including, clothes, imported crafts and jewelry as well as German inspired food and drink.

You can come for the shopping, but stay for the holiday atmosphere, as the Christmas Market also has a brand new ice skating rink and live entertainment, including a figure skating performance from two-time Olympic medalist Nancy Kerrigan during the tree-lighting ceremony on Friday, Dec. 5.

The Christmas Market will be open from 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. daily, save for Christmas Eve, when they will close at 4 p.m.



The Top Reasons to Visit Alexandria’s Holiday Market

Posted by Editorial / Friday, December 5th, 2014

By Micaela Williamson

Alexandria’s Holiday Market

Photo courtesy of Alexandria Holiday Market, Whitney Stringer PR.

Alexandria is always beautiful during the holidays, but this year, the first ever Alexandria’s Holiday Market gives visitors and locals even more reason to celebrate. The free outdoor European-style market opens Dec. 5 and offers a full, family-friendly holiday experience.

“The first ever Alexandria’s Holiday Market will offer a unique holiday experience by paying ode to traditional European traditions and an opportunity to find special gifts from local craft vendors,” says founder Sandrika Berthias.

Little ones will delight in the holiday magic by participating in special activities in the Children’s Corner. Festivities include interactive arts and crafts, such as painting unique ornaments, activity books and exhibits geared at learning fun facts about holidays around the world. Plus, Santa Claus is coming to town. Beginning Sunday, Dec. 7, weekend visitors will have a chance to meet and take photos with Santa at the market.

The enchantment will continue on the stage.  From local bands, folk singers, Irish jig dancers to German party music, there’s a great line up of performers to get attendees in the holiday spirit. See the full schedule online here.

It wouldn’t be the holidays without food. Families will have a chance to eat, drink and be merry by indulging in traditional German street dishes like Bratwurst with Sauerkraut and schnitzels and sweet French crepes. For those little ones with a more “local” taste buds parents will find staples like hotdogs and fish and chips dishes. For those that want a cozy drink, Artfully Chocolate will offer hot chocolate, and adults can sip mulled wine at the Spicy Wine Bar.

Since it’s better to give than to receive, Sandrika and the Alexandria’s Holiday Market team are requesting attendees to donate canned goods for Hunger Free Alexandria. Donations will be used to fill food gaps for Alexandrians in need. Cash donations will also be accepted on-site. Additionally AHM attendees are encouraged to support the Alexandria’s Holiday Gift Drive by donating baby items and any toys for children aged one month to 12 years old.

Alexandria’s Holiday Market is free to enter so grab your coat and take the entire family! The market will take place at John Carlyle Square Park, easily accessible via King Street and Eisenhower Avenue Metro Stations, and run on select days and weekends from Dec. 5-24.

Alexandria’s Holiday Market
John Carlyle Square Park
300 John Carlyle St.
Alexandria, 22314

 


Courtesy of Tiffany Brown, Mamaratzy Photography

Micaela Williamson is a co-author of local travel guide, Kid Trips Northern Virginia, an extraordinary resource that provides descriptions, useful information and insider tips for hundreds of local destinations. Micaela is also an award winning blogger who enjoys supporting area businesses and scouting out family-friendly venues with her two young sons.

 

 

 



The Potomac River Glows for the Alexandria Holiday Boat Parade of Lights

Posted by Editorial / Monday, December 1st, 2014

Photo courtesy of Visit Alexandria.

Photo courtesy of Visit Alexandria.

By Bailey Lucero-Carter

One of the most popular holiday traditions is decorating the Christmas tree with bright and brilliant lights, but boat owners at the 15th annual Alexandria Holiday Boat Parade of Lights take it to the next level. Grab a riverside view on the Alexandria Marina this Saturday to watch approximately 50 powerboats and sailboats light up the water with holiday cheer.

Visitors will watch as dozens of boats sail by with innovative holiday themes, like “Christmas in the Bahamas” and “A Reindeer Goes for a Boat Ride”. Families and friends can cheer on their favorite boats as they sail before a panel of judges, who assess the boats based on a number of categories. Last year’s Best in Show winner was the 25-foot sailboat Firefly for its portrayal of the movie “A Christmas Story.”

Firefly wins Best in Show for portraying "A Christmas Story." Courtesy of Visit Alexandria.

Firefly wins 2013 Best in Show for portraying “A Christmas Story.” Courtesy of Visit Alexandria.

The parade begins on the north side of Old Town, cruises south on the Potomac River, sails by the Alexandria Marina and ends by looping back around towards D.C.

Fresh FM personality Tommy McFly makes a special appearance as the M.C. this event, stationed on Old Town’s Cherry Blossom Paddlewheel Boat to announce each boat as it sails past. The Water-Skiing Santa, makes his Alexandria debut this weekend as a prologue for his Christmas Eve show, which will be hosted in Alexandria for the first time this year.

The Alexandria Holiday Boat Parade of Lights is part of The Campagna Center‘s Scottish Christmas Walk Weekend, a holiday tradition that features the 44th annual Scottish Christmas Walk Parade on Saturday morning. This holiday staple honors the Scottish heritage of Old Town with pipes, drums, Scottish clans, dancers and dogs and Santa Claus. The celebration also features A Soldier’s Christmas at Carlyle House and a Holiday Open House at Torpedo Factory Art Center, where visitors can enjoy live music by the Alexandria Choral Society, visit open art studios and take pictures with Santa.

Celebrate the first Saturday of December with bright colors and boats cruising with holiday cheer. The parade begins at 5:30 p.m. and runs for less than an hour, so be sure to arrive early for a good view.

15th Annual Alexandria Holiday Boat Parade of Lights
Alexandria Marina
0 Cameron Street, Alexandria
Dec. 6, 5:30 p.m.
Free



NoVA Christmas Movie Round-Up

Posted by Editorial / Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

Photo courtesy of The Bees Knees Daily, Flickr

Photo courtesy of The Bees Knees Daily, Flickr

By Michael Balderston

The Christmas season is officially upon us now and with it the chance to re-watch your favorite Christmas movies to get you in the spirit. But you don’t have to be satisfied with watching them just on your TV. You can experience many holiday classics as they were meant to be seen, on the big screen.

 Get the full list of special Christmas screenings and where you can find them with our Christmas movie round up below.

Alamo Draft House – 20575 Easthampton Plaza, Ashburn, 20147

-       Scrooged – Dec. 1

-       Die Hard – Dec. 4 & Dec. 6

-       Home Alone Dec. 9 & Dec. 10

-       Christmas Evil – Dec. 13

-       Elf – Dec. 14 & Dec. 16

-       Love Actually – Dec. 15 & Dec. 18

-       A Christmas Story – Dec. 17, Dec. 20 & Dec. 23

-       National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation – Dec. 21

-       Polar Express – Dec. 22, Dec. 23 & Dec. 24

-       It’s a Wonderful life – Dec. 22 & Dec. 24

 

AMC Hoffman Center 22 – 206 Swamp Fox Road, Alexandria, 22314

-       A Christmas Carol (1938)/Christmas in Connecticut (Double Feature) – 12/7

-       White Christmas – 12/14 & 12/15

 

Angelika Film Center – 2911 District Ave., Fairfax, 22031

-       Home Alone – Dec. 6

-       The Nutcracker – Boloshi Ballet – Dec. 21

-       It’s a Wonderful Life – Dec. 21

 

Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse – 2903 Columbia Pike, Arlington, 22204

-       Christmas Movie Festival – Dec. 14

o    Scrooged

o    How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966)

o    A Charlie Brown Christmas

o    A Christmas Story

o    National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

o    Elf

-       It’s a Wonderful Life – Dec. 20, Dec. 21, Dec. 22 & Dec. 23

 

Bow Tie Reston Town Center 11 – 11940 Market St., Reston, 20190

-       White Christmas – Dec. 6 & Dec. 7

-       Holiday Inn – Dec. 13 & Dec. 14

-       It’s a Wonderful Life – Dec. 20 – Dec. 21

 

Cobb Village 12 – 1600 Village Market Blvd. SE, Leesburg, 20175

-       A Christmas Carol (1938)/Christmas in Connecticut (Double Feature) – Dec. 7

-       White Christmas – Dec. 14 & Dec. 15

 

Rave Cinemas Fairfax Corner 14 – 11900 Palace Way, Fairfax, 22030

-       The Polar Express – Nov. 30

-       A Christmas Carol (1938)/Christmas in Connecticut (Double Feature) – Dec. 7

-       It’s a Wonderful Life – Dec. 19

 

Regal Ballston Common Stadium 12 – 671 N. Glebe Road, Arlington, 22203

-       A Christmas Carol (1938)/Christmas in Connecticut (Double Feature) – Dec. 7

-       White Christmas – Dec. 14 & Dec. 15

 

Regal Cinemas Fredericksburg 14 – 3301 Plank Road, Fredericksburg, 22401

-       A Christmas Carol (1938)/Christmas in Connecticut (Double Feature) – Dec. 7

-       White Christmas – Dec. 14 & Dec. 15

 

Regal Potomac Yard 16 – 3575 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Alexandria, 22305

-       A Christmas Carol (1938)/Christmas in Connecticut (Double Feature) – Dec. 7

-       White Christmas – Dec. 14 & Dec. 15



120 Hours: Local Filmmakers Compete in Speakeasy Shorts

Posted by Editorial / Friday, November 21st, 2014

Photo courtesy of Michael Balderston

Photo courtesy of Michael Balderston

By Michael Balderston

The third annual Speakeasy Shorts competition, which mixes live storytelling and filmmaking, kicked off this past Friday with the performances of 10 stories. After each performance a filmmaking team was randomly selected to adapt the story into a short film in five days. I followed Rob Raffety, a graduate film student at George Mason, and his Tragedy Plus Time team over the weekend filming their short, “Game Night.” Here’s what happened.

Friday, 6:55 p.m.: The Tragedy Plus Time meets for the first time at the U.S. Navy Memorial Heritage Center’s Burke Theater. The team includes Raffety, Travis Edwards, Amanda Ottaway, Rachel Link and Aaron Merrill, plus members Satya Thallam and Matt LeClair, who were absent. The team introduces themselves and each grabs a Heineken, raising them to the journey ahead.

7:51 p.m.: It isn’t a long wait for Tragedy Plus Time to know which story they are going to adapt after their name is drawn for the first performance of the night. Told by Mikael Johnson, the story focused on Johnson as a teenager and his experiences with practical jokes, particularly one time when he tried to get in on the fun by mispronouncing the word magician to a man who he later found out to be illiterate during a game of Pictionary.

9:32 p.m.: After all the stories have been given out and Tragedy Plus Time spends only a few minutes at the “actors market,” where local actors pitch themselves to filmmaking teams for potential parts in their productions, the team heads off to Edwards’ home for a brainstorming session. I ride with Raffety and Edwards, who are eager to bounce their ideas off each other in the car ride over.

9:51 p.m.: Once everyone has arrived and is settled in, the team hunkers down and discusses how they can turn their story into a short. Merrill throws out the idea of doing a 1950s type of educational video on practical jokes. Link thinks they should play up the family angle of the story, particularly the older brothers teasing the younger one. Ottaway thinks it would be funny to have the short focus on an actual magician who does inappropriate tricks. Each idea is given some thought, but eventually Raffety and the team lean toward focusing the film on a couples’ game night.

12:28 a.m.: After a few hours of narrowing the plot down, throwing out some jokes, some pizza and beer to keep the creative juices flowing, the team thinks they are in a strong place where Raffety can get a first draft ready by the afternoon. Everyone heads home.

Saturday: The full team doesn’t actually meet, but a number of emails are exchanged starting with Raffety’s first draft of “Game Night.” People chip in with their thoughts on possible revisions and a few hours later Raffety sends everyone a second draft, and the process repeats itself. The other details of the production also pan out as they settle on shooting the film at Edwards’ home, find their actors, then lose one of their actors and have to replace him. Raffety sets a call time for 10 a.m. on Sunday.

Sunday, 12:23 p.m.: After reading through the script to make cuts and last minute changes, the team is ready for the first shot. Raffety calls action and actors John Crowley and Allison Howard walk down the sidewalk, but they only make it a few steps as Howard trips. Everyone laughs and they get back in position to go again. It was a great sign of the loose nature and comradery of the production despite the ticking clock of the competition.

9 p.m.: After nearly nine hours of shooting, mostly inside thankfully on the cold and dreary day, production wraps on “Game Night.” The process moves into Edwards’ hands as he will handle the post-production for the film.

Wednesday, 11 a.m.: After two days of editing, Raffety submits the finished project with an hour to spare before the noon deadline.

You can see the finished “Game Night” and all the other films in competition this Saturday, Nov. 22 at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. at the Navy Memorial Heritage Center. Get tickets here.



6 Ways to give back to your Community this Thanksgiving

Posted by Editorial / Wednesday, November 19th, 2014

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Photo courtesy of JeniFoto/shutterstock.com.

By Bailey Lucero-Carter

The holiday of Thanksgiving invites us to celebrate all the big and small things in our lives that we appreciate, whether they be friends or family, a new book or a new car, ourselves or our community. This Thanksgiving season, spread the spirit of giving in your community by donating, volunteering or participating in charity events near home. Participating in any of the following events or opportunities could bring greater joy and appreciation to others thanks to you.

Thanksgiving Dinner Delivery
Alexandria, Nov. 25.
Last year, Brenda Stone’s Thanksgiving event helped serve over 300 members of the Alexandria community. This year, you can help bring Thanksgiving meals to even more families in Alexandria by delivering dinners to homes or by donating money or food. / brendarstone@aol.com; 703-615-4862.

Our Daily Bread Fall Food Drives
Fairfax, Saturdays through Dec. 13
Our Daily Bread partners with Safeway to collect food for families in need. You can help by donating nonperishable items to the food drives on Saturdays through December 13, or look into volunteer opportunities with Our Daily Bread. / info@ODBfairfax.org; 703-273-8829.

Thanksgiving Day Trot for Hunger
D.C., Nov. 27
So Others May Eat’s (SOME) 13th annual event raises money and awareness for the homeless and hungry living in DC. Participate as a runner or look into helping as a volunteer. Proceeds from this event will go towards helping those in need by providing food, clothing and health care. / trotforhunger@some.org; 202-797-8806

Slice of Life
D.C., Pie sales close Nov. 20
Who knew treating yourself could be so generous towards others? When you purchase a pie from Slice of Life, you help deliver one full day of meals to a Food & Friends client facing HIV/AIDS, cancer or another critical illness. Each pie is hand-crafted and tastes great for a good cause. / info@foodandfriends.org; 202-269-2277

Night Of Charitable Giving
Tysons Corner, Nov. 23
At Tysons Corner Center, you can support the charity of your choice by attending this after-hours event. All ticket sales go to your respective charity and the charity with the most guests will receive $10,000. Special guests like Marcin Gortat of the Washington Wizards and dancers from the Washington Ballet will also be there to celebrate and give thanks./ becca.willcox@macerich.com; 703-893-9401

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The Salvation Army
Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax County & Prince William County
The Salvation Army offers multiple opportunities in several locations for giving back to the community. You can help by volunteering or donating to this nonprofit organization during the holiday season or year-round.

 

 

 



Get Pumped Before You Get Plump

Posted by Editorial / Monday, November 17th, 2014

Photo courtesy of Arlington Turkey Trot.

Photo courtesy of Arlington Turkey Trot.

By Bailey Lucero-Carter

It’s almost time for mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce, stuffing, pumpkin pie and turkey—lots of turkey. But before you chow down on Thanksgiving Day, why not lace up your running shoes for a pre-Thanksgiving workout? In preparation for the feast to come, check out these Thanksgiving fun runs, 5Ks and 10Ks near you.

Fun runs & 1-mile runs

1-Mile Thanksgiving Fox Trot (Alexandria)
1-Mile Fun Run
Nov. 22, 8 a.m.

Turkey Trot Mile (Quantico)
1-Mile Run
Nov. 22, 8:30 a.m.

Dominion Valley Turkey Trot  (Haymarket)
1-Mile Fun Run
Nov. 22, 8:30 a.m.

RidgeRunners Club Turkey Trot  (Woodbridge)
5K Walk
Nov. 23, 8:30 a.m.

Giving Thanks 5K (Vienna)
1-Mile Recreational Jog/Walk
Nov. 27, 8 a.m.

Virginia Run Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot (Centreville)
2K Walk
Nov. 27, 8 a.m.

Ashburn Farm Thanksgiving Day Race (Ashburn)
2K Fun Run/Walk
Nov. 27, 8:35 a.m.

Fairfax Turkey Trot (Fairfax)
4-Mile Fun Run
Nov. 27, 9 a.m.

5K runs

Freeze your Gizzard 5K (Leesburg)
Nov. 22, 9 a.m.

Turkey Trot 5K (Herndon)
Nov. 22, 4 p.m.

Dominion Valley Turkey Trot (Haymarket)
Nov. 22, 9 a.m.

Vienna Turkey Trot (Vienna)
Nov. 23, 8:30 a.m.

Arlington Turkey Trot (Arlington)
Nov. 27, 8 a.m.

Virginia Run Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot (Centreville)
Nov. 27, 8 a.m.

Giving Thanks 5K (Vienna)
Nov. 27, 8 a.m.

Ashburn Farm Thanksgiving Day Race (Ashburn)
Nov. 27, 8:25 a.m.

Officer Chris Yung Turkey Trot (Manassas)
Nov. 27, 8:30 a.m.

10K and 5-mile runs

Vienna Turkey Trot (Vienna)
Nov. 23, 8:30 a.m.

RidgeRunners Club Turkey Trot (Woodbridge)
Nov. 23, 9 a.m.

Ashburn Farm Thanksgiving Day Race (Ashburn)
Nov. 27, 8:15 a.m.

Officer Chris Yung Turkey Trot (Manassas)
Nov. 27, 8:30 a.m.

Alexandria Turkey Trot (Alexandria)
5 Mile Run
Nov. 27, 9 a.m.



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