Weekly agenda: Japanese Garden Design, Cherry Blossom Donuts and Anne-Marie McDermott

The Weekly Planner is a roundup of interesting events to come over the next week in the Tysons area.

We searched the web for notable events in Tysons, Vienna, Merrifield, McLean and Falls Church. Do you know which ones we missed? Tell us!

Tuesday (April 6)

  • Police Chiefs Public Consultation Session (Online) – 7 p.m. – Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jeff McKay and Lee District Supervisor Rodney Lusk will host a virtual forum for community members to share their thoughts on what the county should seek in its search for a new permanent police chief. The meeting will be webcast live on TV and Facebook, and residents can participate by calling 703-324-1114 or submitting a video testimonial to [email protected]

Thursday (April 8)

  • Donut Peak Blossom Donut at Curiosity Donuts – 8 am-4pm at Whole Foods Market (1635 Place Boro) – In honor of the cherry blossom peak blooming, Curiosity Donuts is giving away the “Blossom Donut” to the first 50 customers who mention the donut on Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday of this week. This promotion is only for Curiosity donuts located in the Boro Whole Foods.
  • Spring Mermaids Tour – 7 p.m. at Jammin Java (227 Maple Avenue East) – Singer-songwriter duo Mama’s Black Sheep and rock / folk musician Christine Havrilla perform an outdoor concert at Jammin ‘Java as part of their 20th anniversary series “A Song and a Slice”. Although the show is free, guests are encouraged to register in advance for a ticket and to donate to support the venue.

Friday (April 9)

Saturday (April 10)

  • Japanese Garden Design Course (Online) – 11:00 a.m.-12: 00 p.m. – Horticulturist Bevan Shimizu will give a class on Japanese garden design, an art form in the making for thousands of years. Whether you are creating your own garden or just curious about art, Shimizu welcomes you. The course costs $ 18 per person. Register online or call 703-642-5173.

Sunday (April 11)

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