Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Have a Wheely Fun Time on Sunday in Vienna

The Town of Vienna is holding a series of Afternoons on Church Street on Sundays from 1-5 p.m. This Sunday's event is sponsored by bikes@vienna and is called "Wheely Fun Time." A short stretch of Church St between Dominion and Mill, where the W&OD Trail intersects Church St, will be closed for the event.

There will be a kids bike parade and decorating contest and other kids events, live music in the Town Green, and various food options. Inova has some bicycle helmets they'll be handing out to those who need them.

From Vienna Patch, Afternoons on Church Street Returns with Bicycle Theme
The final Sunday of the month is approaching, and with it comes another edition of the town of Vienna’s Afternoons on Church Street program.

This month’s theme is “Wheely Fun Time,” and is sponsored by Bikes@Vienna. Kids can take part in Historic Vienna, Inc.’s bike parade and a bike decorating contest (no registration required), and can enjoy moon bounces and cornhole boards courtesy of the town’s Parks and Recreation department.

Families of all ages are also encouraged to come check out the classic and muscle cars that will be lining Church Street on display.

The band Harlan Simple will perform a concert on the Town Green as part of the festivities, and students from the Bach to Rock program at Herndon America’s Music School will play a concert beginning at 5 p.m.

This month’s refreshments will be provided by Lombardi’s Pizza, ONO Hawaiian Ice, Caboose Brewery and Vienna Vinters. The Girl Scouts will be offering face painting and balloon animals, and Inova will be providing free bike helmets to those in attendance. Other local businesses will also be on hand for the event.

Afternoons on Church Street take place from 1-5 p.m. on the final Sunday of each month from May through October. This week’s event will cause the town to close Church Street from Dominion Road to Mill Street during event hours.

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