STEP Team, Marching Band, Writing Center active at the school.
The Herndon High Step Team performed at the Strathmore on Saturday, Jan. 16 to celebrate and honor the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Winter exhibits at Herndon art gallery.
The quilts in ”Threaded with Green” on display at ArtSpace Herndon show the talent, dedication, and attention to detail from nineteen invited fiber artists. Every quilt in the show has an element of green.
Stay active by running some races, find out if we have six more weeks of winter (we hope not), or enjoy some s’mores by the campfire.
Winter is coming. Call venues ahead of time for schedule changes.
Winter fun in Reston and Herndon.
Broadway music and dance at Herndon HS.
Herndon High students have been rehearsing for the annual winter cabaret show.
Classical Ballet Theatre of Northern Virginia is about to make local dance history: For the first time ever, Philadelphia’s renowned Koresh Dance Company will be setting its internationally acclaimed choreography for dance students at Classical Ballet Theatre in Herndon.
A living history musical celebrating the greatness of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
ArtSpace Herndon presents Only LIGHT Can Do That! on Jan. 16, 4-5 p.m. at Floris United Methodist Church. Only LIGHT Can Do That! is a living history musical celebrating the genius, the greatness, the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
NextStop brings area premiere of ‘Middletown.’
A quirky comic play with profoundly heartfelt themes is coming to Herndon. Written by award winning, contemporary playwright Will Eno, “Middletown” is a “modern companion to the beloved Thornton Wilder classic, ‘Our Town,’” said Evan Hoffmann, NextStop artistic director.
The Council for the Arts of Herndon joins Dranesville Supervisor John Foust’s office every holiday season to gather new shoes and gift cards for children at Hutchison Elementary School in Herndon.
Volunteers of Herndon station celebrate 25th anniversary.
In December, volunteers and staff at Herndon Community Television or HCTV were recognized by the Town of Herndon Councilmembers. Attending were Blake Rose and his wife Nancy Rose. President of Herndon HCTV, Blake Rose thanked the council for the recognition and the 25 years of keeping the community connected.
Winners of Herndon’s “Dress Up for the Holidays” contest added more holiday cheer to the light displays already on their roofs, yards and trees with their responses.
Things to do in the neighborhood.
Weekly happenings in Herndon
As 2015 concludes, fun for the family in Herndon.
Deck the halls, hang the wreaths and string the lights for the annual "Dress Up Herndon for the Holidays" contest at the Town of Herndon.
More than 85 area students make holiday magic come to life performing in Conservatory Ballet’s 43rd annual production of “The Nutcracker.”