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Vienna/Oakton Notes, 5/15/24 roundup

News of community interest from around Vienna and Oakton

VIENNA ISSUES BUSINESS LICENSES, NOTES ANNIVERSARIES: The Vienna town government recently issued the following business licenses:

Client Center Nutrition (home business), 506 Roland St., S.W.; Hair Luv Studio (hair salon), 262 Cedar Lane, S.E., #101; Maya’s Mani Magic (nail technician), 202 Cedar Lane, S.E., #N-105; Vienna Tobacco (tobacco products), 401 Maple Ave., E.; and Woodfire Brands (bakery), 303 Mill St., N.E., #B.

In addition the town government recently noted the following business anniversaries:

> 30 years: Animal Dental Clinic.

> 25 years: Dave Shepherd Magic.

> 20 years: Analyteks.

> 10 years: Leslie L. Meyer; Maple Medical Group.

AMERICAN LEGION TO PRESENT BREAKFAST BUFFET: American Legion Post 180 will host its monthly breakfast buffet on Sunday, May 19 from 8 a.m. to noon at the post, 330 Center St., N., in Vienna.

The menu includes pancakes, made-to-order omelets, sausage gravy and biscuits, scrambled eggs, potatoes, sausage, fruit and cake.

The cost is $12, $5 for those under age 5, with proceeds used to support sending local youth to Girls State programming and support other youth initiatives.

For information, call (703) 409-3564.

SPEAKER TO DISCUSSION PRISONER-OF-WAR EXPERIENCE: Patrick Henry Library in Vienna will host a program on the USS Houston and World War II prisoner-of-war experiences on Monday, May 20 at 7 p.m.

Speaker John Schwarz is the son of Otto Schwarz, one of the survivors of the U.S. Navy heavy cruiser USS Houston’s sinking during World War II. The few survivors became prisoners of war for the duration of the conflict, and many were forced into labor on what was known as the Burma-Thailand Death Railway, depicted in the motion picture “Bridge on the River Kwai.”

The program is free. For information and registration, call the library at (703) 938-0405 or see the Website at

LIBRARY PROGRAM TO FOCUS ON DYSLEXIA: Patrick Henry Library will present a forum on “Early Indicators of Dyslexia” on Thursday, May 23 at 2 p.m. at the library, located at 101 Maple Ave., E., in Vienna.

“Learn the facts and myths, what the early indicators look like, how to screen for it and what the best interventions are,” organizers said. “This presentation will stress the importance of early detection and intervention for the best outcomes.”

For information and to register, call (703) 938-0405 or see the Website at

TYSONS-PIMMIT LIBRARY GEARS UP FOR BOOK SALE: Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library will host its quarterly book and media sale May 30 to June 2 at the library, 7584 Leesburg Pike.

A large selection of books and media for all ages and interests will be available.

Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Donations of books and materials in advance of the sale are requested.

For information, see the Website at