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Monthly Archives: April 2021

    Clean Fairfax And Aslin Beer Company, Herndon Hosted Earth Daze

    By Maryam | April 30, 2021

    Looking to better the environment and celebrate the 51st anniversary of Earth Day, Clean Fairfax and Aslin Beer Company hosted Earth Daze on April 24 at the Elden Street Herndon brewery. The one-day event promoted sustainability in a fun and interactive environment, laid out in the fenced-in beer garden. Proceeds from the event allow Clean… The post Clean Fairfax And Aslin Beer Company, Herndon Hosted Earth Daze appeared first on Nesbitt Realty & Property Management. Read More

    Historical Marker Of Gum Springs Placed At A New Place

    By Maryam | April 29, 2021

    Gum Springs is the oldest African American community in Fairfax County, and the historical information was posted on two different historical marker signs posted there until cars came flying off Richmond Highway and took out both signs, years apart. On April 21, local officials and Gum Springs residents unveiled another historic sign at the intersection… The post Historical Marker Of Gum Springs Placed At A New Place appeared first on Nesbitt Realty & Property Management. Read More

    1-Cent Cut In Tax Rate Approved By Fairfax County

    By Maryam | April 28, 2021

    The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors voted 9-1 on a budget plan that includes a 1-cent decrease in the real estate tax rate, but rising property values will result in bigger tax bills later this year in the Virginia county. Fairfax County Board Chairman Jeff McKay said the 2022 budget plan strikes a balance in… The post 1-Cent Cut In Tax Rate Approved By Fairfax County appeared first on Nesbitt Realty & Property Management. Read More

    Concert Lineup Announced By Wolf Trap For Summer Reopening

    By Maryam | April 27, 2021

    A tradition returns as Wolf Trap welcomes audiences back for outdoor concerts this summer. After a year of pandemic closure, Wolf Trap will celebrate its 50th anniversary season with its first live music performances since December 2019. The Wolf Trap Opera kicks off its season with Bologne’s 1780 chamber opera “The Anonymous Lover (L’Amant Anonyme)”… The post Concert Lineup Announced By Wolf Trap For Summer Reopening appeared first on Nesbitt Realty & Property Management. Read More

    Petals of Diversity Promoted By ALine Architecture In Mount Vernon

    By Maryam | April 26, 2021

    A new part of the National Cherry Blossom Festival this year was the “Petal Porch Parade” where participating neighborhoods decorated their porches with cherry blossoms to celebrate the season. According to The Connection Newspapers, “The Milway Meadows neighborhood in Mount Vernon featured the “Petals of Diversity” display spearheaded by Anila Angjeli, owner of ALine Architecture… The post Petals of Diversity Promoted By ALine Architecture In Mount Vernon appeared first on Nesbitt Realty & Property Management. Read More

    Fairfax Rotary Club Honored By Gerry Connolly And City schools

    By Maryam | April 25, 2021

    U.S. Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-11) recently honored The Rotary Club of Fairfax for its support of City of Fairfax schools. He read a proclamation to his colleagues in the House of Representatives, recognizing the club for helping these schools via its literacy programs, scholarships, plus contributions to nonprofit A Place to Stand’s “Place to Eat”… The post Fairfax Rotary Club Honored By Gerry Connolly And City schools appeared first on Nesbitt Realty & Property Management. Read More

    New Book Released By Springfield Romance Writer

    By Maryam | April 24, 2021

    Springfield resident and USA Today Bestselling Author Tif Marcelo discussed her recent novel release, “In a Book Club Far Away” (indiebound | amazon | kobo | barnes&noble | book of the month). A veteran army nurse and a military spouse for years, Marcelo said her book shines a light on home front military families, often… The post New Book Released By Springfield Romance Writer appeared first on Nesbitt Realty & Property Management. Read More

    Springfield-Quantico Corridor’s Transit Study Begins

    By Maryam | April 22, 2021

    The Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation is considering transit improvements between the Franconia-Springfield Metro station and Marine Corps Base Quantico, floating possibilities such as the expansion of Virginia Railway Express, bus rapid transit or even Metro in a new survey of area residents. According to wtop.com, “Part of a feasibility study that kicked… The post Springfield-Quantico Corridor’s Transit Study Begins appeared first on Nesbitt Realty & Property Management. Read More

    Active Fairfax Transportation Plan To Be Developed This Month

    By Maryam | April 21, 2021

    With the warm weather approaching, Fairfax County is holding a series of meetings to hear thoughts about active transportation in the county, and this input will be used in their Active Fairfax Transportation Plan to integrate the existing Bicycle Master and Trails Plans. Throughout April, every Supervisor’s district will have virtual public meetings to find… The post Active Fairfax Transportation Plan To Be Developed This Month appeared first on Nesbitt Realty & Property Management. Read More

    Patriotic Activity Book Released By Reston Author

    By Maryam | April 19, 2021

    “Patriotic Activity Book for ALL Americans” (Adair, 2021) is the newly released interactive content book co-authored by Reston composer and former teacher Audrey J. Adair. Co-author, fellow teacher, and graphic artist Leah Solsrud, who happens to be Adair’s mother, illustrated the book. The 267-page guidebook is available on Amazon for $12.99 and rated five stars.… The post Patriotic Activity Book Released By Reston Author appeared first on Nesbitt Realty & Property Management. Read More