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    COUNTRYSIDE/CASCADES/STERLING: Guided Trekking in Algonkian Park

    If you find yourself in a conversation with Algonkian Regional Park senior park ranger Ron Meister, you’ll quickly learn that community trails aren’t the only spots in eastern Loudoun with scenic walking possibilities.

    In addition to a…

    INTO THE WEST: Aldie UMC and Pastor Rob Schoeman

    Aldie's United Methodist Church has changed its time of worship service to 11 a.m. Sundays. Photo Courtesy/ Donna Clark
    Three years ago, the Loudoun Charge of the United Methodist Church (Aldie, Upperville and Unison) received a new minister, Robert Schoeman, and he is continuing his ministry with these churches. The Aldie congregation will celebrate with an annual family picnic…

    ALL AROUND ASHBURN: Not just your ‘run of the mill’ store

    Julie Davis, owner of Olde Mill Furniture Factory. Times-Mirror/Karen Graham
    Known as a hidden gem in old Ashburn, the Olde Mill Furniture store offers much more than its name implies.

    An established business owner, Julie Davis has worked at the store for 25 years and owned it…

    RIVER CREEK/LANSDOWNE: The dog’s day of summer

    As one person put it, “This summer has flown by like a rocket ship.” It seemed only a couple weeks ago that swimming pools were opening, summer vacations were underway, golfing and tennis addicts had swelled the courts and courses.…

    STERLING BOULEVARD: For the love of the game

    There are two important things my mom taught me to love. One being a good bargain: “Why pay full price when you don’t have to?” is her motto. The other is football. For some, fall is about the crunch of…

    COUNTRYSIDE/CASCADES/STERLING: Wrapping up a Sterling summer

    August is a bittersweet time in eastern Loudoun. The local summer produce at the Cascades Farmers Market is in fine form, but soon will be out of season. The sun-drenched summer days still beckon with all sorts of outdoor activities,…

    STERLING BOULEVARD:Dates and boys

    I will tell you right now that this column is not what you think it's about. One, my daughter is thankfully too young to date. Two, I only write about things that I’m an expert in, and I’m not in…

    RIVER CREEK/LANSDOWNE: Slovakia comes to Loudoun

    Zuzana Danielova
    One of the lifeguards at the Harper Clubhouse in Lansdowne is from Sovakia. It’s her second year coming to the states. I asked her what was most notable about Lansdowne? Zuzana Danielova replied without hesitation: People. “So nice,” she says.…

    PURCELLVILLE PROGRESS: Water tower ravens featured in children’s book

    A local author has taken her interest in nature photography and turned it into a children’s book.

    The book, by Purcellville resident Sandra Stein, is called “The Water Tower Ravens.” Her story showcases a family of…

    LOVETTSVILLE LIVING: “Wild on the Green” celebrates late summer

    Remember those spontaneous, late-summer kickball games as a kid? Well, it’s never too late to get back in the game. The Town of Lovettsville, already known for quirky events such as “Black and Blue on the Green,” a resident flag…

    INTO THE WEST: Art in the Mosby Heritage Area

    Donna Clark will have a solo exhibit of her paintings in September at Live an Artful Life Gallery.
    There are multiple reasons for those who live inside D.C. to drive west, not only to view the scenic countryside, but for the community resources, events, activities, shopping and shows – all that draw thousands of visitors along the Mosby…

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