Harvest Happenings

Celebrate autumn with your family locally! Harvest Happenings is an indoor-outdoor festival with live entertainment, a petting zoo, crafts and games. Visit our pumpkin patch and purchase a pumpkin to decorate at the crafts station. Free Admission. Registration is required.

MCC Summer Sunday Concert in the Park — D’DAT

For all ages. D’DAT is a multicultural group that mixes the uniquely American musical traditions of the Native Southwest, jazz and hip-hop. National touring artist Def-i’s intelligent, poetic lyrics and hip-hop style blends with the hard-driving instrumental fire of trumpet player Delbert Anderson, the deep funk of drummer Nicholas Lucero and the explorative and expanding groove of Mike McCluhan on bass.

McLean Central Park, 1468 Dolley Madison Blvd, McLean.
Free admission

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MCC Summer Sunday Concert in the Park — Oh He Dead

Oh He Dead is an indie soul band from our nation’s cappydoodle, Washington DC. Led by the smoky, passionate harmonies of CJ Johnson and Andrew Valenti, Oh He Dead mixes classic R&B influences with poignant lyrics to move your soul, your feet, your ears, and your feet.

McLean Central Park, 1468 Dolley Madison Blvd, McLean.
Free admission

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MCC Summer Sunday Concert in the Park — Cinema Hearts

An ex-pageant queen makes power pop; Cinema Hearts is the indie rock musical project of Washington, D.C. singer-songwriter Caroline Weinroth. Cinema Hearts has played concert halls and rock clubs, including the Kennedy Center, AMP by Strathmore, Smithsonian museums, Black Cat and Fort Reno. Cinema Hearts has toured the east coast, performing in New York City, Philadelphia, Richmond and other cities. The band has also shared the stage with Cold War Kids, La Luz, Dengue Fever, Death Valley Girls, Esmé Patterson and The Shivas. A new EP, produced by Bartees Strange, is forthcoming.

McLean Central Park, 1468 Dolley Madison Blvd, McLean.
Free admission

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Spring Solo Art Exhibit at MPA

Join the McLean Project for the Arts from April 14 through June 11th for solo exhibits featuring three notable artists.

The exhibition will include: Collide of Scope: Paintings by James Stephen Terrell
Emerson Gallery,Where Do We Go From Here: New Paintings by Matt Pinney
Emerson Gallery and Labor and Leisure: Lightboxes by Melanie Kehoss
Atrium Gallery. 
Visit the MPA Website for gallery dates and times.

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McLean Chocolate Festival April 24th

The 10th Annual McLean Chocolate Festival, sponsored by the Rotary Club of McLean, is scheduled to take place on Sunday (April 24) at the McLean Community Center.  Come sample the sweet products of chocolatiers and candy makers from across the region.

This tasty annual event, canceled last year due to Covid, drew more than 3,000 participants in 2020 and raised $28,000 for local charities. Mars Wrigley is the major sponsor and vendors can get more information on the event at john@outlook.com

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