Fun Things To Do In Northern Virginia | October 25 & 26

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We are pleased to tell you about these free fun things to do in Northern Virginia this weekend. Enjoy!

FreedomCenterCustomerAppreciationThe Freedom Aquatic & Fitness Center

Saturday, October 25, 4-6pm

Free Admission For The Whole Family!
As part of their annual Community Appreciation Week, the Freedom Center hosts Family Fun & Fit Day. Games and activities include:

  • 4pm Family Zumba
  • 5pm Family Bootcamp
  • 5:30pm Subway Subs
  • 5:45 Family Friendly Spooky Trail

There will also be outdoor games, arts & crafts, WIBIT (pool float fun!), scuba diving & fitness demos. See details here.

Sunday, October 26, 9am-5:30pm

Free admission continues at the Freedom Center and activities, too:

  • Free breakfast in the lobby (9am)
  • Babysitting Certification course – registration required
  • Les Mills Body Combat
  • Scuba diving demos

GMU Witch Watch


Sunday, October 26, 1pm to 4:00 pm – FREE!
George Mason University, 4400 University Drive, Fairfax, VA

Safe trick or treating at George Mason University’s campus for students and the community. FREE fun, food, games, activities, raffles and more. Don’t forget your costume!

Note to the community from GMU: Student Government invites the surrounding Fairfax community to join us for this annual event. FREE parking will be provided in the Rappahannock Parking Deck on levels 1 & 2. The event will be hosted just across the street.
Click here for more info


39th Marine Corps Marathon

Race Watching & Post-race Finish Festival, Rosslyn
Sunday, October 26, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm – FREE!
Finish Festival Map 2014

If you’re running, good luck and God bless! But, you don’t have to be a runner to take park in this annual event. There’s plenty for spectators and supporters to do during and after the MCM. Check out the short video presentation for spectators which shows you how to track a runner, safety regulations and more:

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