Friday Morning Rundown

by Karen Goff May 29, 2015 at 8:00 am 2 Comments

Bike path near Lake Thoreau

Connolly Town Hall — Rep. Gerry Connolly will hold a telephone town hall on Monday, June 1 at 8 p.m. He will be calling, but you can sign up in advance if you want to be certain to get on the line. [Gerry Connolly]

Smart Savers — Students in FCPS’ Class of 2015 are the first to graduate with the Virginia-mandated financial literacy course. [Fairfax Times]

NextStop Takes on Henry VIII — Herndon’s NextStop Theatre opens “A Man For All Seasons,” this weekend. It’s the story of King Henry VIII’s battle with the Church of England in the 1600s. [Fairfax Times]

Herndon’s Plans for Downtown Progress — The Herndon Town Council voted this week to purchase additional land at Elden and Center Streets that will likely be redeveloped. [Washington Post]

  • Jaye Baldwin

    You mean Henry VIII, surely.

    (The play, incidentally, is more about More (and his mores?) than about Hank the Fat, but let that pass).

    • Karen Goff

      Fixed! roman numerals always trip me up (and yes, more about More, but Henry is the more famous headliner).


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