Last Saturday, Park View High School again hosted Region 16’s Odyssey of the Mind Tournament.
Rishubh Kaushal of Seneca Ridge Middle School once again earned the top spot in the annual Loudoun County Regional Spelling Bee—his second win in two years.
In celebration of 100 years serving Loudoun County and Red Cross Month, the American Red Cross is inviting the community to a special event March 9 at 6 p.m. at the Ashburn Fire and Rescue Department on Ashburn Road.
Calling all aspiring young actors.
Under the title “Puttin’ on the Ritz,” the Loudoun Symphony Orchestra will be performing at the Lansdowne Resort and Spa on March 11 from 7-11 p.m.
Godfrey has not only created her own quilts and wall hangings that have gained recognition, but she became a National Quilting Association judge in 1986 and is a charter member of the National Association of Quilt Judges.
The journalists at Countryside Elementary School launched the school’s first newspaper, The Paw Print, this month. The first edition of the new paper provides an inside look at student activities, with news articles on the school’s refurbished courtyard, Countryside’s recent participation in the National Spelling Bee (you’ll have to read the article to see who won) and a new school club, The Dabbing Dinos.
On March 11, St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, 201 E. Frederick Drive, will hold their every other month community lunch from noon until 2:00 p.m.at their parish hall.
The seventh annual Loudoun Grown Expo, planned this year from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 25, provides an opportunity for more than 40 local agribusinesses to showcase their wares.
This is a good week to be in Sterling, because there’s just so much going on.