For all ages. Divinity Roxx’s live show is a celebration of self-love and positivity for kids and families. The upbeat and sunny music is filled with powerful messages that encourage kids to become the best versions of themselves.
McLean Central Park, 1468 Dolley Madison Blvd, McLean.
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.
Fireworks!!! A McLean summer holiday tradition is back at Langley High School, 6520 Georgetown Pike. This crowd favorite is produced by the McLean Community Center. Check back for future updates.
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 email@example.com
A virtual community workshop to develop a set of design guidelines for downtown McLean is scheduled for 6 p.m. Wednesday (March 23). For more details about this project, the workshop and how to register, visit the McLean Design Guidelines website.
For more information contact Ben Wiles in Supervisor John Foust’s office at Benjamin.Wiles@fairfaxcounty.gov or (703) 356-0551 if you have any questions or comments.
The McLean Little League Parade kicks off on March 26th. This annual event includes players, coaches and fans as they parade through McLean down to the fields on Westmoreland Street. The season begins with games on March 19th.
Bring the family and enjoy the fun at McLean’s biggest annual festival. This event draws approximately 10,000+ patrons throughout the day. Enjoy music, games, balloon animals, a petting zoo, amusements, sponsors, exhibitors, gourmet food trucks, large and small carnival rides and much more! Ride tickets are sold onsite or may be purchased in advance online.
This outdoor environmental action event is designed to provide McLean residents an opportunity to create a healthier planet. Shred, reuse, recycle and replenish, and make McLean an even better place by acting locally. The event will include document shredding (up to 5 file boxes – no clips please), composting, recycled art displays, bulk and household item donations, and more. Don’t leave without your free gifts of a tree seedling and pollinator seeds!
Note: This event is limited to McLean residents who reside in Small Tax District 1A—Dranesville.
For families with children ages 2-8. Join your neighbors as we celebrate the changing of seasons with self-guided arts and crafts, entertainment and an opportunity for your child to take a photo with our Bunny character. Bring your camera or smartphone for photos! An MCC staff member will be on hand to take a photo of you and your family. Remember to bring your basket for our Parent-Child Egg Hunt (10 egg limit per child).
Please register early! Space is limited.