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Jan 2020

Tysons Interfaith Presents: Community Connections

Jan 27 @ 5:45 pm - 7:00 pm   |   Seasons 52 Tysons

Community Connections is a series of conversations to build community among Tysons residents.

Feb 2020

Construction Tour of The Bexley Condos

Feb 2 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm   |   The Bexley

You're invited to discover what makes The Bexley landmark residences truly unique! Tour the condos under construction at The Bexley. Guests will be escorted through the building's lobby entrance, past the clubroom and fitness center, and into several residences. Actual courtyard and building views can be observed on this tour. This private access tour is offered to guests over the age of 16. PRE-REGISTER for a spot on the 11:00 am tour HERE PRE-REGISTER for a spot on the 1:30…

Traveling Players Studio Ribbon Cutting

Feb 5 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm   |   Tysons Corner Center Mall

Traveling Players has a new studio in Tysons Corner Center! Come to the ribbon cutting and revel in the possibilities that the Traveling Players Studio will offer our Tysons community and beyond! Catering by Seasons 52.

Traveling Players Campfire Party

Feb 8 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm   |   Tysons Corner Center Mall

Don your favorite plaid shirt, catch up with summer friends, or meet Traveling Players for the first time! Eat a s’more and get discounted tickets for Charlie & the Chocolate Factory and Midsummer Night’s Dream! 7:00 – 8:30 pm: Current 3rd – 12th Graders 8:30 – 10:00 pm: Current 8th – 12th Graders

Traveling Players Ensemble Auditions for Summer Conservatories (grades 4-12)

Feb 15 @ 10:00 am - Feb 17 @ 9:00 pm   |   Traveling Players Studio

Recognized by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) as one of 25 "Summer Schools in the Arts," Traveling Players summer conservatories train actors by bringing classical theatre vibrantly alive. Actors rehearse a play in small, supportive groups of only 13 performers. Actors receive expert acting training, professional direction and designs and get to perform their shows 2-9 times. Summer conservatories in residence at The Madeira School. Transportation by purple bus included. Exceptional faculty; personalized attention; innovative training. And super…

UVA Night at Capital One Center

Feb 19 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm   |   Capital One Center

Calling all University of Virginia alumni and friends! Come out to Capital One Center for an evening of music from the Hullabahoos, networking, food and drinks. Capital One Center is teaming up with DCHoos to bring Tysons area alumni and friends together for an evening of networking. Attendees will receive two free drink tickets, complimentary appetizers, and a raffle ticket to be entered to win UVA related prizes! Special guest performance by the Hullabahoos, a renowned a cappella group from the…

Food for Others Flights for Food

Feb 20 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm   |   Old Town Hall

Join Food for Others for its 2nd annual Flights for Food beer, wine and whiskey tasting! Sample some of the best local beer, wine, and whiskey while enjoying delicious food and listening to live music performed by Big Tow. Flights for Food will feature a silent auction, appetizer tastings provided by local food vendors, as well as a full-course dinner.

Tysons Interfaith Presents: Community Connections February 2020

Feb 24 @ 5:45 pm - 7:00 pm

COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS IS A SERIES OF CONVERSATIONS TO BUILD COMMUNITY AMONG TYSONS RESIDENTS. On Monday, February 24th from 5:45-7:00pm, Tysons Interfaith will host Community Connections at Seasons 52 in the Napa Room. Connect with your community and make it 'The' place to live, work and to play. Enjoy a complimentary first round of snacks and beverages while you get to know other Tysons residents. Seats are limited! Please register early.

Zumba Dance Party at Tysons Corner Center

Feb 29 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm   |   Tysons Corner Center Mall

This Zumba Dance Party is going to rock Tysons Corner Center. Get a great dance work out with Rochi Bracale, Teresa Teresas, Priscila Fernandez, Sandra Berrocal Durban, and ZUMBA FIRE Crew! Tickets are $20 / $10 for kids 12 and under. All proceeds will go to the Marshall High School Class of 2020 to benefit a drug and alcohol-free all-night celebration so kids are off the roads on graduation night. The All-Night Graduation Celebration for Class of 2020 Marshall High…

Mar 2020

McLean Citizens Association – Job Fair for Employers

Mar 3 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm   |   TBA

Looking to hire high school students for summer work? McLean Citizens Association invites you to attend a job fair for employers on March 3rd, 9:00 am - noon. The location will be shared when you register. The job fair is hosted by the McLean Citizens Association, with support from McLean and Langley High Schools. Please register—space is limited! The McLean Citizens Association was founded in 1914 as the McLean School and Civic League. The MCA has served since that time…

University of Maryland College Night at Capital One Center

Mar 4 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm   |   Capital One Center

Capital One Center and the University of Maryland Alumni Association are partnering to bring Tysons area alumni and friends together for an evening of networking and entertainment. Attendees will receive two free drink tickets, complimentary appetizers, and a raffle ticket to be entered to win UMD related prizes! Hear from University leaders and learn about what is being built at Capital One Center. Special performance by UMD award winning a cappella group, Faux Paz!

Lunch and Learn: Placemaking – The Importance of Creating a Sense of Place

Mar 5 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm   |   Holland & Knight

Join Holland & Knight for lunch and a panel discussion on the importance of placemaking development in our region. The discussion will focus on the value, logistics and market trends associated with creating a sense of place in all developments, new and old. There will be time for questions and open discussion. The lunch and learn series of programs are small educational events held throughout the year that focus on specific topics within the commercial real estate development industry. Topics…

2020 Housing Challenge

Mar 11 @ 9:00 am - 5:30 pm   |   George Mason University

Fairfax County and the George Mason University School of Business are proud to host the 2020 Housing Challenge, a policy hackathon. This event will bring together students, residents, industry professionals, housing advocates and policy experts to provide solutions for enhanced home affordability — particularly for those earning low to moderate incomes — in Fairfax County. Cash prizes will be awarded to winning teams. THE CHALLENGE There are three focus areas: Communications: Enhancing Public Awareness and Support for Affordable Housing -…

Teleworking During COVID-19

Mar 27 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

COVID-19 has brought an explosion of teleworking to NoVA. Everything is changing rapidly and organizations are struggling to adjust. Many businesses are formulating teleworking plans on the fly. Employees everywhere are trying to figure it all out. Whether you're in HR, a manager or just new to teleworking, join Tysons leaders from Freddie Mac, MITRE, and Wells + Associates, and industry experts TransitScreen and Commute66 for this free webinar on how organizations are pivoting to teleworking during COVID-19. You'll hear…

May 2020

Tysons Partnership Affordable Housing Broker Briefing

May 21 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm   |   Virtual

Tysons Partnership is hosting a webinar briefing for the real estate broker community to demystify the market for affordable housing in Fairfax County. With an emphasis on the opportunity space in Tysons, the briefing will offer a case study and other examples to explain the financing and development process and marketing outcomes. We will also hear from County elected officials and the director of the County's Office of Housing and Community Development. Fairfax County Supervisors scheduled to attend remotely: Supervisor…

Tysons: Transportation Challenges During COVID-19

May 27 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm   |   Virtual

What's going on now in Tysons with transportation? How will people grapple with the evolving challenges of COVID-19 through the summer and into the fall? Hear from our panel of employers, retail and office owners, and experts in transit, smart growth and economic development about transportation innovations uniquely suited to COVID-19. PANEL Hillary Zahm, Macerich Alex Iams, Fairfax County Economic Development Authority Eric Teitelman, Fairfax County Department of Transportation Andrea Ostrodka, Toole Design Michael Rodriguez, Smart Growth America Charlie Schwieger,…

Jul 2020

Drive-In Movie Nights at Capital One Center

Jul 11 @ 7:00 pm - Aug 2 @ 11:30 pm   |   McLean Metro Lot

Over four weekends this summer Capital One Center will host a wonderfully retro drive-in movie nights program every Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the Tysons community. Capital One Center is dedicated to providing a fun and free movie series, and to give back to those in need. Tickets are free, but guests are encouraged to make a $25 donation to Second Story, a local nonprofit providing food, shelter, and emergency support for vulnerable community members impacted by COVID-19. To make a…

Aug 2020

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Tysons Interfaith Presents: Oneness of Humanity

Aug 2 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm   |   zoom

Join Tysons Interfaith on August 2nd from 4pm - 6pm to examine different perspectives on the “oneness of humanity” from the standpoint of several different faith traditions. What does this “oneness” concept mean for our society today? How can we all be included in changing moral, social, and economic directions for our country? A panel discussion among leaders in the Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Bahai, and Spiritual communities. Three calamitous circumstances – medical, economic, and moral - have now coincided, causing…

Food Drive at Tysons Corner Center

Aug 10 @ 8:00 am - Aug 30 @ 5:00 pm   |   Tysons Corner Center

Together with WGTS 91.9 and the Capital Area Food Bank, Tysons Corner Center is collecting food donations for community members in need from now through August 30th. Individuals wishing to donate can bring items to the Concierge desk on Level 2 by Starbucks and Zara, or donations can be taken to Bloomingdale's. The Capital Area Food Bank is currently in need of specific non-perishable donations. Canned or dry beans Peanut butter Canned vegetables Grains (brown and white rice, pasta, mac…

Sep 2020

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Oneness of Humanity: A Series of Zoom Discussions

Sep 13 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm   |   Virtual

Tysons Interfaith's series continues on September 13, 4pm-6pm to examine the “Oneness of Humanity” from different faith perspectives. Panelists will be from Sikh, Hindu, Buddhist, Roman Catholic, and Church of Christ of Latter-Day Saints traditions. • What does this “oneness” concept mean for our society today? • How can we all be included in changing moral, social, and economic directions for our country? • To the pandemic, moral, and economic crises we are facing, another has been added – natural disasters – deepening…

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