80 Prosperity Ave
Leesburg, VA 20175
Phone: (703) 669-1650
Fax: (703) 669-0687
80 Prosperity Ave, Leesburg, VA, US, 20175
- Phone: (703) 669-1650
- Fax: (703) 669-0687
A volunteer-based, non-profit organization that presents 300 to 350 affordable, high quality events and activities in the communities and schools throughout Loudoun County and Northwest and Central Virginia.
Performing classical music, ranging from full orchestral works to small chamber concerts, this symphony presents regular subscription concerts, as well as the Connoisseurs' Chamber Music and Dinner Series, a free Children's Concert, and an in-school mini concert series for local elementary school students.
The biggest gardening event of the year, this two day festival turns historic downtown Leesburg into a botanical garden and includes live entertainment, children
The children will enjoy hunting for over 15,000 eggs filled with treats during this Easter egg hunt which also includes a variety of games, food, and entertainment.
Entertainment by fabulous regionally known acts is provided during this Fourth of July event which also includes delicious food and a grand fireworks display.
First-run movies and critically acclaimed films are shown at this cinema that also features comfortable seating and a large concession stand.
Finish The Race Ministries hosts its annual Car & Motorcycle Show. All years, makes, and models of cars and motorcycles are welcome. Awards for Top 10 and Top 25. Registration, admission, and food are all free. Kids Zone will be set up with children's activities.
Visit Chrysalis Vineyards in the midst of harvest and experience the hottest festival of the year. Enjoy bluegrass and many other bands throughout the weekend, craft and food vendors, hay rides, vineyard tours, a special wine tasting with commemorative take home glasses, and more. Sample all of their Norton wines, purchase some of their library vintage Nortons, and refresh from the sun with their Sarah's Patio Red.
Colonel Joseph Flavius Lane constructed the Farmer’s Delight in 1791. It is situated in Loudoun County in Virginia. Rare elements of Georgian architecture are featured with its Federal style brick housing. The original house measures 23 feet (seven meters) by 43 feet (13 meters) in two stories and five bays. To the north of three bays are two-story additions and two bays to the south. The property is inclusive of 15 buildings on approximately 90 acres (36 hectares), 20 acres (eight hectares) of gardens, and the McGhee Library.
This annual celebration features carols, the tree lighting, and a visit from Santa.
Offers an exciting day of activities, demonstrations, and animals galore. Pets for adoption will be on site looking for a loving home. There will also be entertainment, face painting, and other fun for the entire family.
This IMAX branch, located inside the National Air and Space Museum's Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, has one enormous screen for your viewing pleasure. Most of the films played here are of an informative nature, focusing on aviation, naturally. But the experience is one that will be memorable. See the website for more information.