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Lewinsville Center Celebrates Grand Opening

Date & Time
6/01/2019 - 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Lewinsville Center Grand Opening

Dranesville District Supervisor John Foust, together with Fairfax County's Neighborhood and Community Services and Health Department, invites you to join with us as we open the doors to the new Lewinsville Center!

Saturday, June 1, 2019
10 a.m. to Noon
1613 Great Falls Street, McLean

Ribbon Cutting is at 10 a.m. with Open House to follow.

Parking on-site may be limited. Overflow parking is available at the nearby Lewinsville Presbyterian Church (1724 Chain Bridge Road, McLean). Shuttle service will be provided from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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This intergenerational facility features a new home for the Lewinsville Senior Center, Adult Day Health Care, and two child day care centers: Westgate Child Center and Lewinsville Montessori School.

  • The Lewinsville Senior Center features a fitness room, technology access, and spacious gathering places for adults 50 and over to pursue fitness goals, learn new things, take up new hobbies, and socialize
  • Lewinsville Adult Day Health Care has specially designed features for memory care, including a gated, outdoor garden with fountain, an indoor walking path, library, health clinic and art room
  • Lewinsville Montessori School and Westgate Child Care Center offer bright, colorful spaces for children to play and learn, all catered to their unique needs

Together with the neighboring Fallstead Apartments (an 82-unit senior independent living residence), the Lewinville Center seeks to foster a strong sense of community through providing the supports, programs and services which allow individuals and families throughout the neighborhood to continue to contribute their talents and abilities through all of life's stages.

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For event details, please contact Ben Boxer or Allyson Pearce or call 703-324-7150, TTY 711..

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Stories of the Lewinsville Center

Mary Ann Mackenzie "My affiliation with Lewinsville Senior Center goes back more than 30 years ago when I was working in the Tysons area and came here once a week to square dance.  After my retirement, I continued to square dance here as long as that group was in existence. The Center has given me the opportunity to keep my mind and body active and I have made a lot of friends from all over the world."

Len Trahan Len is a participant in Lewinsville Adult Day Health Care. He started with the program six years ago following a stroke. Through participating in Adult Day and through his own hard work, he regained strength and now enjoys weekend swim workouts and can safely move around and negotiate his space. He says that the program gives him daily purpose, and that he benefits from the physical exercise, the intellectual workouts, and the socializing. His wife, Pat, is a nurse, and Len’s involvement in the Adult Day program gives her the ability to do the things she wants to do – like work at the Health Department.

Elizabeth Garcia“I moved to the U.S. from Puerto Rico more than 20 years ago. Teaching at Lewinsville Montessori was my first job. It is a privilege to work with these children and the extended family of Fairfax County. It feels like you make a difference in the community, especially when the children come back as adults and are living great lives.”

Meet Teresa SpinicciMy children have grown up here, first at Lewinsville Montessori (then Fun and Friends), and then moving to Westgate Child Center.  That was 15 years ago!  This has been so much more than “child care” to us.  We have made lifelong friends with the staff and with other families who have attended the center.  Both of my children are best friends with children they met as infants!  We feel like we struck gold coming here.

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