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First Friday, Holiday Gift & Craft Show, eBook Tutorial, Harris Teeter Approval?

Plus Cyber Monday and leaf collection.

Artist rendering of the new Harris Teeter planned for 301 W. Broad St. Courtesy of City of Falls Church
Artist rendering of the new Harris Teeter planned for 301 W. Broad St. Courtesy of City of Falls Church
Welcome to the first week of December! Here's a little of what's coming down the pike this week.


Monday

Get a little holiday shopping done on Monday. Here's your playbook for Cyber Monday.

The City of Falls Church Planning Commission meets Monday at 7:45 p.m. The agenda includes a public hearing and approval of the 301 West Broad Street Site Plan and Subdivision aka the new Harris Teeter store. For more information, see more of the agenda here.

Monday - Friday

Leaf collection continues this week, Monday through Friday, south of Broad Street. Crews will be concentrating on this area through Friday, Dec. 13. Rake loose leaves to the curb but avoid placing them in the street.  Pile leaves away from storm drains and water meter covers. Keep all other collection material at least five feet away from leaf piles.

For more information, call Public Works at 703-248-5083 (TTY 711).

Wednesday

Interested in checking out books from the library on your eBook reader? Get an overview of eBooks Wednesday with a free help session at Mary Riley Styles Public Library. The session is scheduled for 7- 8:15 p.m. Both new and experienced users are welcome.

Friday

Get ready for some fun on FIRSTfriday! Join in on the fun with dining specials and retail discounts. December highlights include more than 30 artists exhibiting during the 4th Annual Holiday Show, tastings, yoga and more. Irish balladeer at Ireland's Four Provinces and even more musical performances at Dogwood Tavern, and Clare and Don's Beach Shack. All the details are here.

Saturday

Holiday Gift & Craft Show
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Children's Holiday Shop
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Deck the halls during the holiday season with special gifts from the annual Holiday Gift & Craft Show. More than 50 crafters and merchants show their wares at the Community Center (223 Little Falls St.) selling unique handmade items, baked goods, and more during the first weekend in December.

The $1 All-Weekend Shopping Pass is an excellent value! Children under 12 receive free admission. Lunch is sold each day of the event.

Childrens Activities will be offered on Saturday, including an opportunity for Lunch with Santa. Children can also visit the Children's Holiday Shop at Cherry Hill Farmhouse to purchase inexpensive holiday gifts for their friends and family. Volunteers are on hand to help children make their purchases and wrap their gifts.

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