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McLean Community Center provides a sense of community for residents of Small District 1A-Dranesville by offering programs, assisting community organizations and furnishing facilities for civic, cultural, educational, recreational and social activities.

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September 28, 2018
After 7 Dance Party
New Experiences... Same Great Location...   Introducing After 7, a renewed and reimagined take on our Friday Nigh...
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September 30, 2018
So Fetch
Are you as excited as we are for the reopening of our Ingleside campus? If the anticipation wasn’t already building, we’...
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October 6, 2018
The McLean 5K
The McLean 5K Run is coming back this fall! Hosted by MCC with the support of event sponsors Century 21 New Millennium&n...
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October 16, 2018
Fall in the Amish Farmlands of Pennsylvania
Discover the fascinating lifestyle of the Amish people on a day spent in Lancaster, Pa. The day begins with a 45-minute ...

With Improved Facility in Sight, MCC Board Asks Residents for Their Ideas for Programs & Services
Public Hearing on Programs is Wednesday, March 28, at 7:30 p.m.

McLean, VA—The McLean Community Center Governing Board is anticipating the completion of the renovation of its Ingleside Avenue facility later this year. Once completed, there will be additional multipurpose rooms and an enclosed courtyard, among other enhancements. In anticipation of the move back, the Board is asking Dranesville district residents, “What kinds of additional programs and services would the community like?

The Board invites residents of Small District 1A-Dranesville to a Public Hearing on FY 2020 Programs to be held at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 28, at the Center’s temporary administrative office, 6631 Old Dominion Dr. The hearing will be followed by the Board’s regular monthly meeting for March. All meetings of the board are open to the public.

The hearing is one step in planning for the FY 2020 budget cycle, which begins July 1, 2019 and ends June 30, 2020. The Center’s divisions include the Robert Ames Alden Theatre and The Old Firehouse, located at 1440 Chain Bridge Rd. Residents of the Center’s tax district who attend the meeting can voice their opinions on current Center offerings and make suggestions for improving current programs or adding new initiatives.


Residents who wish to speak at the hearing may call the Center at 703-790-0123, TTY: 711, to have their names placed on the speakers’ list. They also may submit comments by mail, fax (703-556-0547) email Executive Director George Sachs (george.sachs@fairfaxcounty.gov) or in person up to seven days after the hearing.

Residents who want to find out if they live within the Center’s tax district or who want more information, may call the Center at 703-790-0123, TTY: 711.