Spinning Wheels

The men's pro field chases the leader in last year's CSC Invitational in Arlington.
The men's pro field chases the leader in last year's CSC Invitational in Arlington. (By Douglas Graham)
Friday, June 1, 2007

Spinning Wheels

Watch Olympic medalist Bobby Julich and other world-class professional cyclists speed through Arlington's Clarendon neighborhood Saturday morning in the 10th annual CSC Invitational, taking 100 laps around a 1K course. Proceeds benefit Paralyzed Veterans of America. Viewing is free. Registration is still open for racers in two amateur events.

CSC INVITATIONAL Saturday, races start at 8:25 a.m. around Wilson Boulevard and Highland Street,

Arlington (Metro: Clarendon); the Men's Pro

Invitational starts at 12:25. 703-351-7200 orhttp://www.cscinvitational.com.

Tasty Grapes

Sample the finest products of Virginia vineyards and listen to music on three stages by the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Soulive, Jon Cleary and other bands at the 26th annual Vintage Virginia wine festival Saturday and Sunday at Bull Run Regional Park in Centreville. More than 50 wineries will offer their best and conduct seminars on wine tasting and wine selection, and more than 100 vendors will show their arts and crafts. Tickets cost $25 at the gate; ages 2 through 21 and designated drivers pay $14 (younger than 2 free).

VINTAGE VIRGINIA Saturday and Sunday from 11 to 6 at Bull Run Regional Park, 7700 Bull Run Dr., Centreville (at Interstate 66, Exit 52). 703-266-4636 orhttp://www.vintagevirginia.com.

Singin' in the Glen

Magpie, Linn Barnes & Allison Hampton, Amadou Kouyate, Reuben Musgrave, Robert Lighthouse and other local folk and blues musicians perform on seven stages Saturday and Sunday at the 27th annual Washington Folk Festival, sponsored by the Folklore Society of Greater Washington at Glen Echo Park. There will also be storytelling and other activities for children and a small crafts fair. Admission is free.

WASHINGTON FOLK FESTIVAL Saturday and Sunday from noon to 7 at Glen Echo Park, 7300

MacArthur Blvd., Glen Echo. 202-546-2228 or 301-634-2222, orhttp://www.fsgw.org.


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