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Greenspring Retirement Community
7410 Spring Village Dr, Springfield, VA 22150
Greenspring Retirement Community is a senior residential community offering an alternative living space for 62-plusMore residents. The community is situated on a 100-acre campus in Springfield and offers a wide range of features and amenities, including outdoor areas, close proximity to shopping and entertainment, as well as one- and two-bedroom apartment units and deluxe studios.
The Landings Community Center
6001 Cove Landing Rd, Burke, VA 22015
The Landings Community Center features a large community room with a high ceiling and a warming adjacent kitchen. ItMore also features a deck and public restrooms. The Z shaped pool is outfitted with a bath house on the lower level. The community center is only available for rental or use by members of the Burke Centre Conservancy.
Knollwood Community Baptist Church
10000 Coffer Woods Rd, Burke, VA 22015
Knollwood Community Church is a friendly, welcoming congregation with a diverse group of followers. They offerMore Sunday School classes, a full service pre-school, Bible study, missions and trips. A caring community that is willing to help strengthen your relationship with God.
The Ponds Community Center
9837 Burke Pond Ln, Burke, VA 22015
The first community center in the Burke Centre Conservancy to be built, the Ponds Community Center was originally aMore visitor's center, but now serves as a meeting place and recreation area. Surrounded by a picket fence, the center has a large front porch, a kitchen, two stone fireplaces and a rear deck overlooking Burke Pond. Upstairs, the center has a loft room.
David R. Pinn Community Center
10225 Zion Dr, Fairfax, VA 22032
David R. Pinn Community Center, located on Zion Drive, offers area residents of all ages a place to gather andMore participate in programs and community events. The center was built more than 100 years ago and offers after-school programs, educational programs, classes, youth services, summer programs and more. The property is owned by the Sideburn Civic Association, with the Fairfax County Department of Community and Recreation Services sponsoring its programs.