Riverside High School senior Kyle Lambdin has etched out a career as a songwriter and vocalist that normally would be reserved for older performers.
Although the community received a much-needed soaking on April 22, the nearly all-day rain on Earth Day wasn’t much help for the Country Side cleanup project scheduled for that day.
The Sterling Community Center, 120 Enterprise Street, is holding a health fair this Saturday, so you can have a one-stop shop for health information and screenings.
One of Round Hill Elementary School’s Odyssey of the Mind teams has qualified to attend the World Finals.
Thanks to Keep Loudoun Beautiful, some community-minded residents and enthusiastic town leadership, folks driving in and out of town may notice a lot less litter along the road than there was a couple weeks ago.
Loudoun Valley Theatre will present the “fantastical, whimsical show” “James and the Giant Peach the Musical” from April 20-23.
Jim Hauser has been a working artist all his life. He is the consultant and co-owner of one of the largest stained glass organizations in the world—Willet Hauser Architectural Glass.
The Loudoun Symphonic Winds ensemble presents “A World’s Fair,” a performance of a variety of pieces from around the world, on April 29 at 7:30 p.m. at Potomac Falls High School.
Directed by a certain friendly neighborhood columnist of your acquaintance and starring Park View graduate, Kirk Windsor, the play will keep you on the edge of your seats until the last twist.
On April 29 at 1 p.m. the public is invited to a "Mint Julep" tea at the Aldie Mill.