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The McLean Community Center will close at 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 2. 

 

The McLean Community Center and the Old Firehouse Center will be closed on Monday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day. The centers will reopen at regular business hours on Tuesday, July 5.

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Help Us Plan for a Bright Future… and You Might Win A $60 MCC Voucher!

McLean Community Center and AMS Planning and Research want to hear from community members like YOU as they work to establish the center’s new strategic plan.

After months of surveying and holding listening sessions with residents of Dranesville Small District 1A, patrons of MCC programs, civic organizations and other stakeholders, AMS has drafted a strategic plan. Now we need your input on the Draft Strategic Plan.

When you take a few minutes to fill out the online survey, you will be entered automatically to win one of five $60 vouchers that can be used toward any MCC-sponsored activity, including Alden Theatre performances or Old Firehouse program. Your responses will be confidential.

Thank you in advance for your time and participation. 

Click here to take the survey. 

Summer Sunday Concerts in the Park
Sunday, July 10
New Start Time! 3 p.m.
McLean Central Park, 1468 Dolley Madison Blvd, McLean, Va., 22102
Free admission

Oh He Dead is an indie soul band from our nation's cappydoodle, Washington DC. Led by the smoky, passionate harmonies of CJ Johnson and Andrew Valenti, Oh He Dead mixes classic R&B influences with poignant lyrics to move your soul, your ears and your feet.

Summer Sunday Concerts in the Park
Sunday, July 17

New Start Time! 3 p.m.
McLean Central Park, 1468 Dolley Madison Blvd, McLean, Va., 22102
Free admission


For all ages. D’DAT is a multicultural group that mixes the uniquely American musical traditions of the Native Southwest, jazz and hip-hop. National touring artist Def-i's intelligent, poetic lyrics and hip-hop style blends with the hard-driving instrumental fire of trumpet player Delbert Anderson, the deep funk of drummer Nicholas Lucero and the explorative and expanding groove of Mike McCluhan on bass.



buy tix offFriday July 22, and Saturday, July 23, 8 p.m.
Sunday, July 24, 2 p.m.
Tickets: $27 for Adults; $20 for Seniors (65+), Older Students (13+), MCC tax district residents; $15 for groups of 10 or more and  students under 13.
at The Alden 


Producer: Shaun Moe , Claire Tse
Director: Michael Replogle
Presented by special arrangement with ASCAP.

McLean Community Players returns to The Alden at the McLean Community Center July 22-24, with a gala revue remembering songs from past shows and looking to the future with songs from shows MCP has not done yet. Check back for more information.

buy tix offFriday July 22, and Saturday, July 23, 8 p.m.
Sunday, July 24, 2 p.m.
Tickets: $27 for Adults; $20 for Seniors (65+), Older Students (13+), MCC tax district residents; $15 for groups of 10 or more and  students under 13.
at The Alden 


Producer: Shaun Moe , Claire Tse
Director: Michael Replogle
Presented by special arrangement with ASCAP.

McLean Community Players returns to The Alden at the McLean Community Center July 22-24, with a gala revue remembering songs from past shows and looking to the future with songs from shows MCP has not done yet. Check back for more information.

Summer Sunday Concerts in the Park
Sunday, July 24
New Start Time!
3 p.m.
McLean Central Park, 1468 Dolley Madison Blvd, McLean, Va., 22102
Free admission

For all ages. Old-school funky, foot-stomping R&B saxophone. Lil’ Maceo’s musical roots in funk,pop, dance and contemporary jazz will get you off your butt and partying.

Friday, July 29, 7 p.m.
Free. Preregistration required throughthe FCPL website. Registration will open at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 1. Register here.


Presented in partnership with theFairfax County Public Library. Singer-songwriter, guitarist, storyteller and activist Calvin Earl is a champion of the African American spiritual and has devised this program about the history and legacy of how enslaved Africans in America created an original music known today as African American spirituals. Created in the cotton fields of the Old South, it is the foundation of many popular American music genres.

 

Summer Sunday Concerts in the Park
Sunday, July 31
New Start Time! 3 p.m.
McLean Central Park, 1468 Dolley Madison Blvd, McLean, Va., 22102
Free admission

DuPont Brass is a unique, soulful brass ensemble hailing from the DMV. Originally composed of five Howard University music majors working to raise money for tuition, the rising supergroup now tours nationally and has developed a sound that mixes varied genres of music, including jazz, hip-hop and R&B.