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Valentine's Day Special at Alexandre de Paris

Valentine's Day Special at Alexandre de Paris

From Alexandre de Paris:

This Valentine’s Day Alexandre de Paris and his team would like to give every woman the opportunity to feel special and pampered with a complimentary haircut and style. 

On Monday, February 14th Alexandre de Paris Beauty Spa Centre will offer haircuts and styles at no cost! 

The event will run from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on a walk-in basis. We welcome you to take advantage of this amazing opportunity, because you deserve to feel loved.

Charitable donations for Locks of Love will be graciously accepted.  Hair that is over 10 inches in length will also be donated to Locks of Love. 

Win a Free Wedding, Eat at Pajama Brunch, and Take a Carriage Ride This Weekend

Win a Free Wedding, Eat at Pajama Brunch, and Take a Carriage Ride This Weekend

Looking for something fun to do this Valentine’s Day weekend? Whether you are single and ready to mingle, married, engaged, or just want something fun to do, Reston Town Center is sure to have something for you to do this upcoming weekend. Carol Nahorniak, the Creative Director of Myers Public Relations, says with the Valentine's Day holiday weekend approaching, “The restaurants will be packed.” Besides grabbing a bite to eat, she told us about all the different events happening this weekend at the Reston Town Center.

Here are some highlights:

Valentine’s Gift Wrapping at Appalachian Spring

Gold's Gym Offering Couples Workouts

Gold's Gym Offering Couples Workouts

Sweat it out with your sweetie!  Gold’s gym Opens their gyms for “More Love, Less Handles” couples’ workouts

Gold’s Gym works with leading sex and relationship expert to create four workouts to up the intensity, communication, trust and intimacy in your relationship

George Mason University Home to Virginia's First Leed Gold Hotel

George Mason University Home to Virginia's First Leed Gold Hotel

From Denise Resnik & Associates:

FAIRFAX, Va., – Concord Eastridge Inc. has announced that The Mason Inn Conference Center and Hotel has been awarded LEED Gold established by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and verified by the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI). LEED is the nation’s preeminent program for the design, construction and operation of high- performance green buildings.  This is the first LEED Gold certified hotel in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the first LEED Gold Certified building on the George Mason University Campus.

Make Valentines at Lake Accotink’s Hearts and Crafts Program

Make Valentines at Lake Accotink’s Hearts and Crafts Program

From Fairfax County Park Authority:

 

Handmade Valentine gifts seem to mean the most to those we love. On Saturday, February 12, 2011, from 10 a.m. to noon, children ages 6 to 10 are invited to create a variety of seasonal crafts for their friends and family at Lake Accotink Park.

Fairfax Park Authority Provides Places to Embrace Winter

Fairfax Park Authority Provides Places to Embrace Winter

From Fairfax County Park Authority:

Although winter weather is often associated with traffic delays, sore backs, and broken shovels, many adults are just as eager as their children for the season's first snow to fall. Some people even argue that winter is the best time of year to visit Fairfax County parks. With crowds thinned like trees which have lost their leaves, visitors can savor the solitude found in quiet forests and meadows. There are numerous ways to enjoy the "off-season" in the parks. Here are a few:

Click into cross-country skis or snap on snowshoes and explore some of the 300 plus miles of trail maintained by the Park Authority. Take a birding guidebook along to identify the birds you see.

Wax up a sled and shoot down your favorite hill. (To protect fairways and greens, Fairfax County Park Authority golf courses prohibit sledding.)

Winter RECQuest Day Program for Kids Dec. 27 - 29

Winter RECQuest Day Program for Kids Dec. 27 - 29

From Fairfax County Office of Public Affairs:

Winter RECQuest is a structured youth (children in grades 1-6) recreation program with an emphasis on developing lifelong leisure skills. Activities include having fun while participating in arts and crafts, cooperative games, technology, community service projects, field trips, and much more. Snacks are provided. Participants must bring a bagged lunch daily and wear comfortable clothing. The cost is $56 for three days; a sliding scale is available.

To register or for more information, please call the center directly.