Looking for something to do in Vienna this weekend?
Here's a look at what's happening in and around town.
If we missed your event, leave it in the comments section below.
The Frame Factory presents SIX ARTISTS ONCE AGAIN, with an opening reception from 4 to 9 p.m. today at The Frame Factory, 212 Dominion Rd NE. The exhibition and sale showcases paintings, drawings, sculpture, jewelry and artwork by local artists Jackie Elwell, Elaine Florimonte, Debbie Glakas, Lisa Neher, Sarah Swart and Barbara Wagner. An opening reception runs from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday. The exhibit runs through May 19.
The Vienna Farmers Market opens for the season tomorrow from 8 a.m. to noon at The Caboose.
Climate Change in Virginia: Local Impacts, Local Action, sponsored by NOVACON, will have speeches and a march at 10 a.m. at the Patrick Henry Library, 101 Maple Ave E. From there, the group will travel to the farmers market.
From the organizers:
Virginia Climate Commissioner Delegate David Bulova discuss specific risks Virginia is facing from the impacts of climate change, and Chesapeake Climate Action Network’s Keith Thirion explain what is blocking development of more renewable energy in Virginia. Learn about the EPA's efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions in the face of strong industry opposition and how we can support policies to slow climate change. And join us as we take our message to the Farmers Market to show the impact of climate change on local farms as part of 350.org's International Climate Impacts Day of Action! Sign up at: bit.ly/VAClimateImpacts. See www.novacan.org for more information.
Teens Tunes on the Green begins at 3:15 pm with the Vienna Elementary School Jammers and 4:30 pm with the Pat Sommers Rock Shop.