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Taste of Annandale





By all accounts, the fifth annual Taste of Annandale on Oct. 5. 2019, was a big success, drawing thousands of people reflecting the diverse cultures of the community.

There were more food options, sponsors, vendors, and more participants in the 5K race than at any previous Taste of Annandale. The beer garden and children’s playground were full all day. The entertainment and best-dressed pet contest drew big crowds.

Families also enjoyed the free dental clinic, police helicopter, law enforcement and public safety displays, and hands-on activities in the Annandale Pop-Up Park.

The Taste of Annandale was a joint effort of the all-volunteer Annandale Roundtable, Fairfax County Police Department, Department of Community and Neighborhood Services, the ACCA Child Development Center, and Fairfax County Communities of Trust Committee.

The Annandale Roundtable thanks all our sponsors – and especially title sponsors, the Vistas of Annandale and Lambros Goldsmith – all the vendors, entertainers, volunteers, and everyone in the community who showed up.

The sixth annual Taste of Annandale will be Oct. 3, 2020, in the same location, Tom Davis Drive in the center of Annandale. If you're interested in being a sponsor, food vendor, or other vendor at the 2020 Taste of Annandale, contact Bob Kahane, Taste of Annandale Planning Committee chair, bkahane@cox.net.


Here are some scenes from the 2019 festival:


From the left: Mason Supervisor Penny Gross, Del. Vivian Watts, Board of Supervisors Chair Sharon Bulova, and Annandale Roundtable Chair Bob Kahane.




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