September 23, 2010 6:26 am - Potomac Local News
In this week’s Weekend Finds: It’s your chance to let the children watch a movie while you get dinner, one of the area’s largest craft shows comes back to town and Miss Virginia will stop by a talent show on Sunday to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network.
Movie night equals smooth Friday night
You have worked a full week, and on Friday evening – once you make your way through traffic and pick up your child – treat yourself to a smooth evening by stopping by our local Wegmans to see the very entertaining movie “Diary of a Wimpy Kid”
This move is free, and dinner will be a breeze since Wegmans has plenty of tasty options to choose from.
Movie time begins at 7 p.m. at the large grocery store, at 14801 Dining Way in Woodbridge.
For more information call 703-763-5500.
House Party – No adults allowed
The House provides a win/win night for all! A fun place where children in grades four through 12 can have a great time playing X-Box 360, Basketball, Air Hockey, and it’s one of the few places kids can skateboard!
The party starts every Friday at 7 and lasts until 10 p.m. The cost is a mere $5, which includes food! Some snacks and drinks cost extra.
The House is a modest looking building, right behind BJ’s Wholesale Club off of the Prince William Parkway, at14000 Crown Court, Suite 105 in Woodbridge.
Call 571-237-5860 for more information.
Annual craft show returns to Occoquan
It’s one of two major craft shows in Occoquan each year, and it’s this weekend.
The Fall 2010 Occoquan Craft Show will be held throughout the tiny Town of Occoquan, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
At least 100 crafters, local merchants and others will have their wares on display.
Those who attend the show can park in one of three commuter lots, or in the Vulcan Quarry parking lot in Fairfax County.
There will be a shuttle bus which runs to each parking lot every 15 minutes, between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. both days.
Talent show for Children’s Miracle Network
There’s a lot of talent that will be on display Sunday for a good cause.
The show will raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network, and will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. in the auditorium of North Stafford High School in Stafford County.
Miss Virginia Caitlyn Uze will also be on hand to sign autographs and to meet fans.
Each routine is limited to three minutes, and the youngest performers are allowed to perform first.
The performers age in range from toddlers to 15-years-old.
Tickets for the show are $10 adults, $7 for children. Those under 3-years-old will be admitted free.