Sleepy Hollow Healthcare Center offers a home-like setting

If your loved ones become too frail or ill to care for themselves, the Sleepy Hollow Healthcare Center offers a pleasant place for them to live right here on Columbia Pike between Annandale and Bailey’s Crossroads. The center has signed on as a Silver-level sponsor of the Taste of Annandale, and 10 employees will run in the Taste of... Continue Reading →

Congressional School supports the Taste of Annandale

Congressional School, an independent, private school on Sleepy Hollow Road, is expanding its focus on education in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) this year, says Chris Pryor, assistant head for advancement. The school, a Silver-level sponsor of the Taste of Annandale, has a new full-time STEM educator, is building two design labs, and providing a... Continue Reading →

The Vistas of Annandale supports the Taste of Annandale

The Vistas of Annandale, a collection of 1,065 garden apartments, is demonstrating its commitment to the community by joining the Taste of Annandale as a Silver-level sponsor. Ross Management Services took control of the Avant apartments earlier this year, changed the name to the Vistas of Annandale, and began renovations and improving maintenance and services... Continue Reading →

Release the Craycken signs up for Taste of Annandale

Release the Craycken, the crayfish-and-chicken place in Seoul Plaza on Markham Street in Annandale, is the first restaurant to sign up for the 2018 Taste of Annandale. The menu also offers shrimp, crab, lobster, cod, clam strips, wings, chicken burgers, bulgogi burgers, hot dogs, fries, tater tots, and hush puppies. Release the Craycken has become... Continue Reading →

Sponsorships available for 2018 Taste of Annandale

Here’s a way for local business owners to increase the visibility of your business, attract new customers, and enhance your reputation as a leader in the community: Be a sponsor of the fourth annual Taste of Annandale. The Taste of Annandale, which reflects the broad diversity of the Annandale/Mason District area, attracted at least 5,000... Continue Reading →

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