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Weekend’s Best Bets in Falls Church

See what’s going on in Falls Church this weekend

Weekend’s Best Bets in Falls Church

Spend your weekend enjoying restaurant deals around the Little City, hanging out with scenic designer Margie Jervis, bonding with your little ones at a performance of Charlotte's Web, enjoying two traditional Russian performances at ArtSpace Falls Church and attending a hip symposium to understand the body and hip movement before dancing the night away at Saturday Show Offs at local hangout New Season Restaurant & Bar.

Passport to the World - Restaurant Deals: Creative Cauldron is partnering with local ethnic Falls Church restaurants during its Passport to the World festival. Every time you attend a Passport performance or dine at one of the Cauldron's partnering restaurants during the festival, make sure to get your passport stamped (in the back of your festival brochure calendar). The more stamps, the more prizes you'll receive Check out this week's Passport Deals at Pilin Thai and  Pizzeria Orso. Look for upcoming deals with  Ireland's Four Provinces and Red White & Bleu.
Friday, Feb. 24 - Sunday, March 4; Prices may vary
Various locations around the City of Falls Church; 571-239-5288

: The scenic director of Creative Cauldron will hold an open studio at ArtSpace Falls Church for the next three weeks. The public can experience her technique and craftsmanship as she designs and constructs the scenery, puppets and costumes for upcoming productions held at ArtSpace.
Friday, Feb. 24 – March 2, Wednesdays – Fridays from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.; Free
410 South Maple. Ave.; 571-239-5288

Charlotte's Web: Drive five miles to McLean's Alden Theatre for an afternoon of family-friendly entertainment. The Newberry Award-winning children's book by E.B. White has been transformed into a delightful children's musical by Theatreworks USA. The treasured tale explores bravery, selfless love and the true meaning of friendship. This 60-minute play is recommended for children ages four and older.
Saturday, Feb. 25, 2 p.m.; $10-$15
1234 Ingleside Ave. McLean, VA; 703-790-0123

Hip Symposium for Injury and Prevention: BalletNova Center for Dance partners with Body Dynamics and Nirschl Orthopaedic Center to bring you a symposium on hip injuries, understanding the body and hip movement for dancers to avoid injury.
Saturday, Feb. 25, 2 p.m.; $15
3443 Carlin Springs Rd.; 703-778-3008

Russkie Musikanti Balalaika Ensemble: Ten members of the Washington Balalaika Society, the largest Russian folk orchestra in the U.S., perform in this traditional ensemble. The Russkie Musikanti Balalaika Ensemble will perform different styles of Russian and Eastern European music at ArtSpace Falls Church as part of Creative Cauldron's Passport to the World Festival. Check out to learn more about the Washington Balalaika Society.
Saturday, Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m.; $12-$15
410 South Maple. Ave.; 571-239-5288

Saturday Show Offs: Enjoy an evening of live music, great drinks and delicious food at New Season Restaurant & Bar.
Saturday, Feb. 25, 10 p.m. - 2 a.m.; No cover 
7279 Arlington Blvd.; 703-573-1348

Story Theater Presentation: Folk and Fairy Tales from Russia and Ukraine: Creative Cauldron will explore folk and fairy tales from the ancient Slavic culture with the help of large scale puppets, narration and choreographed movement, in yet another fun, interactive story theater presentation that will be a treat for the entire family.
Sunday, Feb. 26, 2 p.m.; $10
410 South Maple. Ave.; 571-239-5288

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