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The annual meeting will be 100% virtual due to COVID concerns:
Topic: CMCA 2022 Annual Meeting
Time: Feb 2, 2022 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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3/10/2021: The Workhouse Arts Center reached out to announce that the Workhouse Community Market is bask in time for Cherry Blossom season. The Community Market was developed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to provide a safe, socially distant, outdoor venue for both vendors and guests! With every precaution taken to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the Community Market remains safe and family friendly. The Community Market will open every Saturday, starting April 10, 2021 between 10 am and 2 pm. The address is 9518 Workhouse Way, Lorton, Virginia 22079 (Just 5 minutes form historic Occoquan). For more information, please visit our website at or call (703)584-2900.

3/1/2021: We are excited to hear that the Fairfax County Park Authority has announced the 2021 anticipated construction start of the Sully Woodlands Stewardship Education Center at Ellanor C. Lawrence Park. This planned facility is to be a state-of-the-art interpretive center to provide educational services, to serve as a gateway to the greater Sully Woodlands, and provide core facilities available to the public and the Cabell's Mill community.

To align with the sustainable mission and goals of the Park Authority, the project will be designed to meet the rigorous sustainable design standards of the Living Building Challenge and be one of only a few facilities in the region that will meet these standards. A few key points from the long list of standards include, native plantings, water is sourced and treated on site, rely solely on renewable forms of energy, and create a robust, health space that encourages a highly productive building.

For more information on this wonderful community resource please see:

2020: The Cabell’s Mill Community Association is happy to announce the opening of the community “Little Library” box near the corner of Cabell’s Mill Drive and Cabell’s Mill Drive. “Take a book, leave a book”! The Girl Scouts assistance made the box possible.