City Listening and Learning Sessions Continue Tonight

The City’s “Connecting Fairfax City for All” public seminars and discussion groups continue online tonight with the third session at 7pm. While the post-talk discussion sessions are full, there is still time to register to participate by joining the Zoom presentation. This third session will feature J. Brent Tarter, historian, author, and founding editor ofContinue reading “City Listening and Learning Sessions Continue Tonight”

Connecting Fairfax City for All Listening & Learning Session Feb 4

As part of its Connecting Fairfax City for All initiative to facilitate community conversation around the issues of racial and social equity, systemic racism, symbolism, and identity, the City of Fairfax is hosting its first community listening and learning this Thursday, February 4 at 7:00 pm.  Susan Gray, director, City of Fairfax Historic Resources will present “Crossroads of Conflict: Continue reading “Connecting Fairfax City for All Listening & Learning Session Feb 4”

Holiday Decorating Takes a Modern Twist

The spirit of the holidays comes alive as we decorate our homes with whimsical inflatables and sparkling lights.  Judging of these masterpieces is set for Sunday, Dec. 20 starting around 6 pm.  In accordance with refinements adopted by the MWCA Board, decorations will be judged in two distinct categories: 1. Children’s Choice to include all yardsContinue reading “Holiday Decorating Takes a Modern Twist”

Our Second Annual Turkey Trot is Coming Up!

Looking for a great way to keep perspective in this challenging season? Sign up to participate in the 2020 Mosby Woods Turkey Trot & Sidewalk Stroll: a celebration of our families, our health, our community, our beautiful neighborhood, our neighbors, our friends, and all that we are so thankful for. In light of the ongoing pandemic,Continue reading “Our Second Annual Turkey Trot is Coming Up!”

Halloween Decorating Contest October 30

You may have noticed that Halloween decorating started a little earlier than usual. It seems we all need some fun things to focus on this year, so we’ve decided to revive the Halloween Home Decorating Contest. Get your family and the neighborhood into the festive spirit by decorating your home for the holiday. Judging will take place on theContinue reading “Halloween Decorating Contest October 30”