Entertainment Calendar: Vienna, McLean, Great Falls
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Entertainment Calendar: Vienna, McLean, Great Falls

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Ongoing

Students’ Art Work on Display. At Great Falls Starbucks, 9863 Georgetown Pike, Great Falls. Falls Studios in collaboration with Great Falls Starbucks presents “Still Life in the Style of American Realism,” the work of 10 young artists ages 7-13 years who studied under Michela Mansuino, artist and Fellow at Studio Incamminati/Philadelphia in summer camp at the Arts of Great Falls. The exhibit space in the Starbucks conference room rotates the work of local students from the Arts of Great Falls, Colvin Run Elementary, Forestville Elementary and Great Falls Elementary schools. Visit www.GreatFallsStudios.com.

Countless Shades of Black. Through Oct. 12, Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at The Frame Factory Gallery, 212 Dominion Road N.E., Vienna. Countless Shades of Black features local artist Alfredo Milian and Discovery Graphics. Free. Visit www.theframefactory1.com for a slideshow.

The Glow: A Pumpkin Wonderland. Through Oct. 27, Thursday-Sunday nights in Lake Fairfax Park, 140 Lake Fairfax Drive, Reston. Enjoy an immersive Halloween stroll along a trail illuminated by thousands of intricately carved pumpkins, many highlighting the Capital City’s most famous including pumpkin look-a-likes of iconic landmarks, musicians, movie stars, superheroes and princesses. Advanced tickets are required. $16.99 for children; $22.99 for adults, at www.glowpumpkin.com/washington-dc.

”Trying” by Joanna McClelland Glass. Through Nov. 3, at First Stage in Tysons, 1524 Spring Hill Road, Tysons Corner. Thursdays at 7:30 p.m., Fridays at 8 p.m., Saturdays at 2 p.m., and 8 p.m., and Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets: $42 general admission, $39 seniors (65+), $15 students and military. Purchase online at www.1ststage.org or 703-854-1856.

Pop-Up Selfie Museum. Through Nov. 3, on select dates and times at Tysons Corner Center, Lower Level near Lord & Taylor. The American Scream Selfie Museum will feature interactive exhibits that will make visitors laugh and scream and the star of eye-popping selfies. The museum will feature an array of custom-built Halloween themed sets individuals can interact with: sit on the Iron Throne and rule the Seven Kingdoms, stand in an ancient Egyptian tomb and face the Mummy; visit a gruesome morgue; and more.$15-$18. Visit www.american-scream.com for timed tickets and schedule.

Oak Marr Farmers' Market. 8 a.m.-noon at Oak Marr RECenter, 3200 Jermantown Road, Oakton. Every Wednesday through Nov. 13, rain or shine. Vendors include produce, meats, eggs, cheeses, pies, cured and smoked meats, popsicles, sorbet, bread, croissants, falafel sandwiches, humus, and pesto. Call 703-281-6501 or visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/farmersmarkets/oak-marr for more.

McLean Farmers Market. Fridays, through Nov. 15, 8 a.m.-noon at Lewinsville Park, 1659 Chain Bridge Road, McLean. Sixteen local farmers and producers will sell fresh produce and fruits; meats; breads and pastries; jams; dairy products and eggs; herbs; flowers, coffee, and more. Visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/farmersmarkets/mclean.

Great Falls Farmers Market. Year-round, Saturdays, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., 778 Walker Road, Great Falls. Music, vendors, fresh produce, fresh prepared food, delightful bakery, spices from around the world, wild-caught fish, grass-fed, free-range meats, organic-fed poultry and eggs. Email kathleen@greatfallsfarmersmarket.org for more.

Oakton Farmers Market. Saturdays, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Unity of Fairfax Church, 2854 Hunter Mill Road, Oakton. Year-round weekly farmers market in Oakton. Local produce, meats/eggs, dairy, baked goods, and more. Admission is free. Visit community-foodworks.org.

Mah Jongg Cards. Order cards through Jan. 15, 2020, from Temple Rodef Shalom, 2100 Westmoreland St. 2020 Mah Jongg cards are $8 for small cards and $9 for large cards. Official cards and will be sent directly from the National Mah Jongg League in late March/early April 2020. Go to bit.ly/mahjonggcards2020 or email iva.gresko@gmail.com to order.

Thursday/Oct. 17

Pumpkin Festival. 5-8 p.m. At the Shops of Avenir Place, 2677 Avenir Place, Vienna. Live music, a beer garden, games and pumpkin decorating. This festival is the perfect way to celebrate the fun and festive season that is fall. Free to attend. Visit www.avenirfest.com.

Celebrate “Hitchcocktober.” 7 p.m. at Angelika Film Center – Mosaic, 2911 District Ave., Fairfax. The Birds (1963). Every Thursday night in October, a classic film by Alfred Hitchcock will be featured culminating with a showing of Psycho on Halloween. $14.50. Visit www.AngleikaFilmCenter.com for more.

Meet Bill Lewers. 7:30-9 p.m. At Patrick Henry Library, 101 Maple Ave. E, Vienna. Meet the author of the Gatekeepers of Democracy series, fiction books that celebrate those who volunteer on Election Day to serve as election officers. Learn about "a day at the polls" as seen though the eyes of the election officers, who are truly the unsung heroes of the American election system. Books available for sale and signing. Visit https://librarycalendar.fairfaxcounty.gov/event/5247267.

Friday/Oct. 18

Haunted Friday Night Trip. 4:30-11 p.m. Meet at McLean Community Center, 1234 Ingleside Ave., McLean. Cost is $60/$50 MCC district residents. The Old Firehouse staff invites the brave-hearted to join them on a haunted journey searching for ghosts, zombies and whatever creepy creatures might appear in the night. Admission to all attractions are included in the fee.

Refugee Chef Event. 5 to 10 p.m. At Hilton McLean Tysons Corner, McLean. Diners can savor Chef Nejat’s dishes via a special tasting menu or a la carte. Highlights include Kabuli – braised rice with lamb, topped with raisins and slivered carrots; Kadoo – baked pumpkin with yogurt sauce, garlic and mint; Chicken Kabob, featuring an Afghan spice blend and cilantro chutney. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Table Without Borders’ non-profit partner HIAS, a leader in refugee resettlement and advocacy, and to help sustain Tables Without Borders after the event. Visit www.opentable.com/r/harth-mclean.

Oct. 18 to Nov 3

”Guvnors” Play. At The Vienna Community Center, 120 Cherry Street, SE, Vienna. The Vienna Theatre Company’s production of “One Man, Two Guvnors” premieres at 8 p.m. Friday, October 18. Other performances will be staged at 8 p.m. October 19, 25, 26, and November 1 and 2. Matinee performances will be staged at 2 p.m. October 27 and November 3. Tickets are $15 and may be purchased online at viennava.gov/webtrac or in person at the Vienna Community Center.

Saturday/Oct. 19

Halloween at Town Green. 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. At Vienna Town Green, 144 Maple Ave, E, Vienna. Children ages 2-10 are invited to get their spook on with the Town of Vienna at Halloween on the Green. At this free event, kids can enjoy arts and crafts, games, tricky treats, a moon bounce, tales dramatically told by Historic Vienna, Inc. volunteers, and a limited quantity of pumpkins to paint.

Valeclub Fall Fair. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. At Vale Schoolhouse, Corner Fox Mill and Vale Roads, Oakton. Bar-B-Q, bake sale; children's games, activities and pony rides, costume parade, haunted forest; Fairfax County Police car-touch and explore and more. Free. Visit the website: www.Valeschoolhouse.org.

The Pop-Ups Perform. 1 p.m. At McLean Community Center, 1234 Ingleside Ave., McLean. Cost is $15/$10 MCC district residents. From three-time Grammy nominees, The Pop Ups, “The Great Pretenders Club” takes family audiences of all ages on a scavenger hunt for the best imaginative play games your mind can dream up! This highly interactive show unfolds, propelled by award-winning music and dance beats that will catapult both young and old out of their seats. Tickets are on sale. Visit www.aldentheatre.org.

Fearless Girls. 2-3 p.m. At Patrick Henry Library, 101 Maple Ave. E, Vienna. “Fearless Girls”: An Afternoon of Storytelling. Folk stories of brave women and fearless girls can be found around the world. Kristin Moyer will tell two stories about Molly Whuppie, from the collection The Adventures of Molly Whuppie and Other Appalachian Folktales, with a musical interlude. Visit https://vienna-va.aauw.net/.

Christian Concert. 7-8 p.m. At Great Falls United Methodist Church, 10100 Georgetown Pike, Great Falls. “One Waypoint” Christian Band Concert at Great Falls United Methodist Church. The program will include a variety of traditional and contemporary Christian music. Cost is $10 advance/$15 door. Pay Online at http://www.greatfallsumc.org/giving.html (Click on VANCO, Concert is last item on the list).

Bingo. 7-10 p.m. At Unity of Fairfax, 2854 Hunter Mill Road, Oakton. The community is invited to join Unity of Fairfax for an evening of fun and connection as they play different Bingo games. Snacks and drinks are available for sale. Participants can make donations at the door to play. Suggested donation is $20 for adults, $10 for youth under 18. Additional cards will be available for an extra donation. The pot will be split between the church and winners of the various games. Visit https://unitybingooctober.eventbrite.com.

Sunday/Oct. 20

Breakfast Buffet. 8 a.m. to noon. At Vienna American Legion Post 180, 330 Center St., N. Vienna. Adults $10, children 12 and under $4. Get omelets, scrambled eggs, blueberry pancakes, bacon, sausage, biscuits and gravy and more. Call 703-938-6580.

McLean Pet Fest. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. At Central Park, 1468 Dolley Madison Blvd., McLean. Free admission. The McLean Community Center has created the “purrfect” event for local pet owners and their beloved animals. Learn valuable information and get tips on a variety of pet products and services that can enhance the lives of your pet and improve your experience as a pet owner. A variety of pet care related exhibitors will be participating.

Grinding Demos. Noon to 3 p.m. At Colvin Run Mill, 10017 Colvin Run Road, Great Falls. See and hear 19th century technology at work as the miller grinds grain or corn. The mill tour and demo costs $8 for adults; $7 for students age 16 and older with ID; and $6 for children and seniors. No reservations are required. While you’re at the mill, don’t miss the “Blacksmithing Demonstrations” from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Watch as the blacksmith fires up his forge and works with hammer and tongs to make iron tools and utensils. This demonstration is free for all ages, and no reservations are required. Call 703-759-2771 or visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/colvin-run-mill.

Conversations in Consciousness. 2-4 p.m. at Unity of Fairfax, 2854 Hunter Mill Road, Oakton. What can the final words of the dying tell us about life after death? What does language tell us about altered states and new dimensions? Find out in this workshop! Cost is $25. Visit https://consciousnessconversation.eventbrite.com/.

I Dream a World. 4-6:30 p.m. At St. Luke Catholic Church, 7001 Georgetown Pike, McLean. The Reston Chorale presents I Dream a World, a concert of music by African-American composers, from stirring arrangements of traditional spirituals to contemporary choral settings of Langston Hughes' poems, plus instrumental works by Daniel Hurd and Scott Joplin. Guest artists include Soprano Simone Paulwell, Baritone James Martin and Composers Evelyn Simpson Curenton and Rev. David North. Visit www.restonchorale.org.

SCOV Gala 2019. From 4:30-9:30 p.m. At Westwood Country Club, 800 Maple Ave., E, Vienna. Shepherd’s Center of Oakton-Vienna’s (SCOV) celebrates volunteers, caregivers and veterans. Your Gala 2019 ticket will include complimentary wine, beer and appetizers throughout the Welcome Reception /Silent Auction, Sit-Down Dinner, Wine Pull, Heads or Tails 50/50 raffle and other fun activities. This year’s gala entertainment will feature the Dueling Pianos from National Harbor. Tickets, meal choices and details available at one.bidpal.net/scovgala. Call 703-281-0538. Proceeds benefit SCOV programs and services.

Monday/Oct. 21

McLean Lunch Group. 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. At 6238 Old Dominion Drive, McLean. Enjoy lunch together with other AARP and McLeanCVA (Community Village Association) members and their guests. Enjoy a 15% discount on the entire check. There will be a seminar, and no products will be promoted or sold -- just casual fun and socializing with other members like you in McLean. Learn how AARP and McLeanCVA are making a difference in Northern Virginia. Sign up online at: https://librarycalendar.fairfaxcounty.gov/event/5256604

Tuesday/Oct. 22

Colbert King Speaks. 7:30 p.m. At Vienna Town Hall, 127 Center Street, South, Vienna. Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for the Washington Post Colbert King will speak at Historic Vienna, Inc.’s meeting. He will discuss his coming of age as an African-American during the turbulence of the segregated 1950s. His talk is in conjunction with Historic Vienna’s current exhibit Vienna in the 1950s. Visit www.historicviennainc.org.

Wednesday/Oct. 23

73rd Annual Halloween Parade. 7 p.m. The Town of Vienna’s 73rd annual Halloween Parade marches down Maple Avenue. The 2019 Halloween Parade theme is “Famous Children’s Books and Fairy Tales Brought to Life.” Kids are invited to walk in the parade in their Halloween costumes. No registration is required; meet at 6:30 p.m. in the parking lot at United Bank, 374 Maple Avenue E. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Visit viennava.gov/halloween for more.

Thursday/Oct. 24

Celebrate “Hitchcocktober.” 7 p.m. at Angelika Film Center – Mosaic, 2911 District Ave., Fairfax. The Lady Vanishes (1938). Every Thursday night in October, a classic film by Alfred Hitchcock will be featured culminating with a showing of Psycho on Halloween. $14.50. Visit www.AngleikaFilmCenter.com for more.

Friday/Oct. 25

SAWA Fashion Show & Luncheon. 10 a.m. At The Ritz Carlton Tysons Corner, 1700 Tysons Blvd. McLean. Cost is $150. In partnership with Bloomingdale’s, The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary of Washington, D.C., will host its 70th Anniversary

Platinum Celebration Fashion Show Luncheon and Auction. Event ticket sales, “Gift-for-Gift” luxury items and live and silent auction proceeds will provide direct support to local programs. Visit SalvationArmyNCA.org.

Saturday/Oct. 26

Help Plant Trees. 9:30-12 p.m. At McLean Hamlet Park, 8209 Dunsinane Court, McLean. Help to remove invasive plants and plant native trees. No experience necessary. Trees filter clean air, provide fresh drinking water. Tools and trees provided by Fairfax ReLeaf. Sponsored by Sierra Club Great Falls Group. Contact Susan Bonney at 703-402-9292.

Fairfax Genealogy Society Fall Fair. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. At Dunn Loring Volunteer Fire Station, 2148 Gallows Road, Vienna. Visit vendors, network with fellow family researchers, enjoy speaker Sharon MacInnes with tips about organizing family research and timelines and coordinating with other researchers. Fee after Oct 15: FxGS members $45; non members $55. Registration at door or on line at http://2019fxgsfallfair.eventbrite.com. Further details at www.fxgs.org

Wellness Fair. 9:30-3:30 p.m. At Holy Comforter Episcopal Church, 543 Beulah Road, Vienna. Tools and resources for body, mind and soul at the North Fairfax Region in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia’s Wellness Fair. Activities for all ages. Cost is $12 adults, $5 for children and $25 for family. Visit the website: www.holycomforter.com

Re-Naming of Barn at Colvin Run Mill. 11 a.m. At Colvin Run Mill Historic Site, 10017 Colvin Run Road, Great Falls. Members of the public are invited to a ceremony at Colvin Run Mill Historic Site as the park’s barn is named in honor of Robert and Marjorie Lundegard. The barn will officially be called the Marjorie and Robert J. Lundegard Education Center to recognize the couple’s long-time advocacy for parks, education and history in Fairfax County, especially at Colvin Run Mill. The Lundegards spent much of their retirement time volunteering and spearheading preservation fundraising efforts at the mill, and after Mr. Lundegard’s death in May, he was hailed as a park icon and a dedicated and visionary leader. Call 703-759-2771 or visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/colvin-run-mill.

Pool Pumpkin Patch. 2-4 p.m. At Oak Marr RECCenter, 3200 Jermantown Road, Oakton. Put a new twist on your Halloween pumpkin picking this year with a visit to the watery pumpkin patch. Wear a swimsuit and come to the “Pumpkin Pool Patch.” Children age six months to 12 years can choose a floating pumpkin from the pool’s beach area and then head to tables on the pool deck to decorate their pumpkins. The cost is $10 per person, which includes admission into the facility and a pumpkin to decorate and take home. Children under the age of 4 must have an adult in the water within arm’s reach of their child at all times.Call 703-281-6501 or visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/recenter/oak-marr.

Shakespeare’s “Imogen (Cymbeline).” 2 p.m. At The Alden Theater, McLean. Doors open and live music starts at 1:30 p.m. Princess Imogen is catapulted onto an epic journey when her father, King Cymbeline, banishes her soulmate. Featuring a band of tough-but-loveable woodsmen, an evil queen, noble battles and unexpected plot twists, this late Shakespearean play enchants audiences with a story about a powerful princess who will do anything for love. Visit: www.aldentheatre.org or call 703-790-0123.

Arlington Free Clinic Gala. 6 p.m. At Ritz Carlton Tysons Corner, 1700 Tysons Blvd., McLean. Cost is $325. Arlington Free Clinic will hold its Annual Benefit Gala, An Autumn Affair. Visit www.gala.arlingtonfreeclinic.org.

Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” 7:30 p.m.At The Alden Theater, McLean. Doors open and live music starts at 7 p.m. In “A Midsummer Night's Dream,” Shakespeare casts a theatrical spell powerful enough to make audiences of all ages believe in anything. This mischievous comedy of lovers, heroes, fairies and rude mechanicals is his tribute to humankind's power of imagination and reveals that the “course of true love” can alter with just one touch of magic. Visit: www.aldentheatre.org or call 703-790-0123.

VOCE Chamber Singers Presents: Eternal Light. 8 p.m. At Church of the Holy Cross, 2455 Gallows Rd., Dunn Loring. Morten Lauridsen's Lux Aeterna is among the most beloved and widely performed choral works of the last quarter-century. Frequently programmed by larger choruses in the arrangement for full orchestra, this performance offers listeners the experience of hearing Lauridsen's transcendent score with the more intimate ensemble of chamber choir and organ. Tickets: Advance sale, $25 general admission, $20 age 62+; these prices $5 more at door. $10 student (18+); under 18 free. Email: info@vocechambersingers.org

Sunday/Oct. 27

John Steinbeck’s “The Grapes of Wrath.” 2 p.m. At The Alden Theater, McLean. Doors open and live music starts at 1:30 p.m. An Oklahoma drought during the Great Depression forces the Joad family to flee their home for the promise of a new life in California. Will hope prevail through the hardships and heartbreak? Steinbeck’s classic novel comes to life in this Tony Award-winning stage adaptation. Running time: two hours. Visit: www.aldentheatre.org or call 703-790-0123.

VOCE Chamber Singers Presents: Eternal Light. At 4 p.m. At Church of the Holy Comforter, 543 Beulah Rd. NE, Vienna. Morten Lauridsen's Lux Aeterna is among the most beloved and widely performed choral works of the last quarter-century. Frequently programmed by larger choruses in the arrangement for full orchestra, this performance offers listeners the experience of hearing Lauridsen's transcendent score with the more intimate ensemble of chamber choir and organ. Tickets: Advance sale, $25 general admission, $20 age 62+; these prices $5 more at door. $10 student (18+); under 18 free. Email: info@vocechambersingers.org

Bachtoberfest. 7 p.m. At Lewinsville Presbyterian Church, 1724 Chain Bridge Road, McLean. Organ works of J.S. Bach, Cello Suite No. 3 BWV 1009, and Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott Cantata BWV 80, followed by German desserts. Artists: John Nothaft, organist, Katie McCarthy, cellist, The Lewinsville Chancel Choir with orchestra. Visit https://www.lewinsville.org/concerts/ or call the church office during business hours 703-356-7200.

Monday/Oct. 28

Ayr Hill Garden Club Meeting. 12:45-3 p.m. At Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 2589 Chain Bridge Road, Vienna. Vienna resident Kathy Rooney will discuss how she substituted native plants for existing non-natives in her home garden. Learn how to add native plants and maintain the integrity of your current landscape. Free. For more information, email emilielarson@rcn.com.

Tuesday/Oct. 29

Author Patricia Tanumihardja. 7:30-9 p.m. At Patrick Henry Library, 101 Maple Ave. E, Vienna. Meet the author of three books on Asian cooking and learn how to pair traditional Asian ingredients and techniques with what's readily available locally and seasonally. Books available for sale and signing. Free. Visit the website: https://librarycalendar.fairfaxcounty.gov/event/5498328

Thursday/Oct. 31

Celebrate “Hitchcocktober.” 7 p.m. at Angelika Film Center – Mosaic, 2911 District Ave., Fairfax. Psycho (1960). Every Thursday night in October, a classic film by Alfred Hitchcock will be featured culminating with a showing of Psycho on Halloween. $14.50. Visit www.AngleikaFilmCenter.com for more.

Sunday/Nov. 3

Gardening With Kids – Winter Planting. 1-4 p.m. at the Freeman Store, 131 Church St. NE, Vienna. Join the Ayr Hill Garden Club for the Winter Planting, featuring wreath making from harvest herb and planting next years’ flower bulbs. Free. RSVP to monica.anschel@hotmail.com to ensure enough supplies.

Saturday/Nov. 9

Tea Seminar: What is Chai? 1-3 p.m. at Colvin Run Mill, 10017 Colvin Run Road, Great Falls. Although chai is the Indian word for tea, Americans have adopted that word to mean a tea blended with spices. Learn about the many styles of masala chai, the base teas and spices used in them, and various preparation methods. Enjoy some tea infused treats and take home a custom tea blend. $35 per person. Use ID Code ED7.CB78. Register at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/parktakes or call 703-222-4664.

Saturday/Nov. 16

Model Railroaders Open House. 1-5 p.m. at the Vienna Depot, 231 Dominion Road NE. Northern Virginia Model Railroaders hold an open house at the Vienna Depot each month and on Vienna celebration days, including Viva! Vienna and the Vienna Holiday Stroll. Free admission. Call 703-938-5157 or visit www.nvmr.org.

Monday/Dec. 2

Model Railroaders Open House. 6-9 p.m. at the Vienna Depot, 231 Dominion Road NE. Northern Virginia Model Railroaders hold an open house at the Vienna Depot each month and on Vienna celebration days, including Viva! Vienna and the Vienna Holiday Stroll. Free admission. Call 703-938-5157 or visit www.nvmr.org.

Saturday/Dec. 14

Model Railroaders Open House. 1-5 p.m. at the Vienna Depot, 231 Dominion Road NE. Northern Virginia Model Railroaders hold an open house at the Vienna Depot each month and on Vienna celebration days, including Viva! Vienna and the Vienna Holiday Stroll. Free admission. Call 703-938-5157 or visit www.nvmr.org.

Ongoing

Drop-in Mah Jongg. Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m.-noon at McLean Community Center, 1234 Ingleside Ave., McLean. Players should have a basic understanding of the rules and should bring their current American MJ League card. For McLean District residents. Email emvarner@verizon.net for more.

Camp Grow Registration Open. Camp Grow at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens, in Vienna, invites children to explore nature through hands-on activities, gardening, discovery walks, crafts, music, storytelling, and animal programs. Camp Grow is designed to engage, challenge, educate and encourage a sense of community. Camp Grow values and encourages inclusion of all campers in every activity. Visit www.novaparks.com/things-to-do/camps/ for more.

The Golden Girls of Northern Virginia, a senior women’s softball league, is looking for players. Any woman over the age of 40 is encouraged to join. All skill levels are welcome. Games are on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings in Vienna, April-October. Other activities during the year. Visit www.goldengirls.org.

Free Tai Chi. Through Oct. 26, Saturdays, 7:55-9 a.m., meet on the outdoor basketball court located directly behind the Dolley Madison Public Library, 1244 Oak Ridge Ave., McLean Central Park, McLean. Introduction and beginners’ practice. All are welcome. Moves indoors for fall and winter. Call 703-759-9141 or visit www.FreeTaiChi.org for more.

Trivia Night. Tuesdays, 7 p.m. at Lost Dog Cafe - McLean, 1690 Anderson Road, McLean. Trivia featuring multiple winners and fun door prizes. Free to play. Visit www.facebook.com/EarthTriviaDc/ for more.

The Freeman Store & Museum Wednesday through Sunday noon-4 p.m. 131 Church St. NE, Vienna. The Freeman Store & Museum is dedicated to Preserving and promoting Vienna’s heritage through the identification, preservation, and interpretation of history significant places, events, and persons. Historicviennainc.org

Bingo Night. Sundays. 4 p.m. Flame Room, Vienna Volunteer Fire Department, 400 Center St. S, Vienna. $10. www.vvfd.org/bingo.html.

Gentle Yoga. Thursdays, 6:30 p.m. Emmaus United Church of Christ, 900 E Maple Ave. E., Vienna. Saturdays, 9:30 a.m. Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax, 2709 Hunter Mill Road, Oakton. Gentle Kundalini Yoga, one free introductory session, senior discounts. Increase flexibility, improve breathing and health, reduce stress. Ravi Kaur has 15 years experience teaching yoga. $15 per session. Visit www.edimprovement.org or call 571-213-3192.

Colvin Run Mill open 11-4 p.m. daily, closed Tuesday. 10017 Colvin Run Road, Great Falls. Fairfax County's operational 19th century water powered gristmill, offers recreational and educational activities for all ages through daily tours, school programs and special events. Fees: $7/adult, $6 students 16+ with ID, $5 children & seniors. Admission to park is free except for some special events.