From this week’s Fairfax County Crime Logs:
Three men, ages 18, 19 and 20, were arrested after a brief traffic pursuit that started in the 10900 block of Vale Road around 12:50 a.m. on Monday, July 19. [redacted]; [redacted], 19; and [redacted] all in Vienna, were charged with possession of marijuana and underage possession of alcohol. [redacted] was additionally charged with drunk in public; [redacted] was additionally charged with possession of a false identification and drunk in public; [redacted] was additionally charged with driving while intoxicated.
From Fox Mill Estates we learn:
We received a notice about a meeting for stormwater improvements in the Sugarland Run and Horsepen Run watersheds.
3 August at Reston Community Center
Several of the current stormwater ponds are going to be re-done, new ponds dug, and stream restorations are all in the ten year plan. It is of interest to FME because it will greatly impact the Seay Playground. The new pond will come up nearly to the Seay Playground.
From the Herndon Connection (see for more details):
[Amanda] Steinhagen, 18 and a June graduate of Oakton High, won the title with a 2 and 1 victory over Greenlief. An Oakton graduate and a rising junior at the University of Virginia, [Lauren] Greenlief recently won her second straight Virginia Women’s Amateur Stroke Play. The Virginia State Golf Association offers women’s championships in both medal and match play.
Fox Mill Estates reported in June 28th:
Please be aware that fires are being set in the woods behind Otsego Drive. Today’s fire was the third, and two companies responded. If you notice anything suspicious, please contact the police.
Summer Hunter Horse Show Series
Tuesdays: June 22, July 6 and 20 and August 3 and 24
4pm. Walk-trot-and-canter beginner horse show. Classes include hunters, ponies, equitation and more. Held outdoors. Spectators FREE
5 Thursday and 6 Friday
Carnival Fun at Frying Pan Farm Park
Come during the week day when it’s less crowded to enjoy the rides, amusements and treats at the 4-H Fair. Visit the farm animals, take a wagon ride ($3) or walk the nature trail. $20 per person for a daytime ride pass. Contact Frying Pan Farm Park for ride pass details, 703-437-9101. Perfect for playgroups, day camps and families. Free parking and admission. Unlimited ride specials sold 10am – 2pm; honored 10am – 3pm.
Family Carnival Fun Night at the Farm!
5pm-10pm. Frying Pan Farm Park. 703-437-9101. Sample the carnival fun early as games and rides are open from 6pm to 10pm. Tasty fair food and beverag- es for sale. Farm open in the evening for REGULAR Ticket Sales. Rides take 3 – 5 tickets each. Free park- ing and admission on Thursday and Friday Night!
7 Saturday and 8 Sunday
62nd Annual Fairfax County 4-H Fair and Farm Show
Find old-fashioned country fun with carnival games, rides and exhibits. 4-H Fair runs 9am to 5pm. Car- nival open from 11am until 10pm on Saturday and 11am until 5pm on Sunday. Watch the 4-H exhibi- tors getting their project animals ready for the show, visit exhibit booths, enjoy tasty fair food, entertainment on stage, dog and horse shows and much more! See real farmers use antique equipment in the fields and around the barn, watch a tractor pull or touch a big truck. Try your hand at milking a cow or goat, shelling corn or other farm chores. Free admission to the 4-H Fair. $5 parking fee per car.