It's that time of year again where outdoor movies rule. Pack a picnic and enjoy our comprehensive list featuring a schedule of films from May-September around the Northern Virginia area. Bookmark this page and come back often as new additions will be added soon!
Don't Miss these May Events
Taste of Merrifield May 3, 2014 Come out to the first ever Taste of Merrifield at the Mosaic District. Try dishes from local restaurants, sip brews, and enjoy live entertainment. Plus, the event is packed with children's activities such as train rides, pony rides, face painting and more!
Cinderella: The Remix at Imagination Stage April 12- May 25, 2014
Cinderella lives in the basement of her Step Mama's house, mixing beats and dreaming of being a DJ. But in Hip-Hop Hollywood, girls are not allowed to DJ. When the super famous J-Prince announces auditions for his "Jam," Cinderella disguises herself as a boy to get the gig. Ages 5 and up.
Scouting for Bricks May 3 & 4, 2014 Everything is awesome with some amazing LEGO® creations. If you loved the LEGO Movie, you will love to see in person the creations of Fans of LEGO® including LEGO® trains, Mindstorms robots, and the Great Ball Contraption. This year there are more exhibitors and more vendors of specialized LEGO® products.
Spring Family Day at the Artisphere May 4, 2014 In celebration of spring, Artisphere will host a day interactive fun for the entire family. Programming will include children's theatre, the popular tot-rockers The Grandsons Jr., splotch monster art-making with artist Steve Loya, glitter and temporary tattoos with Tina Seamonster and Zumba ® Kids.
Sunny and Licorice May 30- June 14, 2014 Arts on the Horizon is back again with a super production for the very small! Sunny and Licorice is a 30-minute, interactive, non-verbal show created specifically for children ages 2-5. It includes 3 professional adult actors and a musician.
Northern Virginia Farmers' Market Schedule 2014
Get ready to eat fresh and local! From Arlington all the way out to Leesburg, we've rounded up all the Northern Virginia Farmers' Markets for the 2014 season in this handy guide.
Science Museum of Virginia
A short drive away for a day trip, the Science Museum of Virginia in Richmond has something for everyone! We highly recommend this beautiful venue packed with interactive exhibits, movies, and so much more.
Do you love roller coasters? Our tween testers went on every single roller coaster at Busch Gardens Williamsburg! Read what they had to say in the reviewhere. Hint: the biggest one was NOT the scariest!