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Fun with No Commute in Herndon, Oak Hill - Source Connection news papers

Posted on Mar 01,2018
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The award-winning Herndon High School Colorguard combined equipment, dance, gymnastics, music, theater, and performance during their flag, rifle, and sabre show, demonstrated at “Family Passport to Fun" held at the Herndon Community Center on Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Photo by Mercia Hobson.

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By Mercia Hobson

HERNDON - The Town of Herndon and the unincorporated area to its southwest, Oak Hill, offers audiences and participants a multitude of year-round activities for the best-ever in family fun, art, theatre, live music and more. Local experiences of exception are geared to all ages and interest and easily accessible to the community without a long drive.

This past weekend and heading into Monday was no exception. From Friday, Feb. 23-Monday, Feb. 26, the local calendar featured a host of diverse events housed at different locations for the community's enjoyment, some ticketed and some free.

In a sampling of attractions and kicking off the fun on Friday evening at the Herndon Community Center, Herndon Parks and Recreation and Kids at Hope Herndon presented "Family Passport to Fun." This event drew more than 225 participants. It was an evening of eclectic, interactive activities, live demonstrations, games and even Lego building and swimming meant to let each child know he or she is "Capable of Success, No Exception."

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