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Falcons Landing

 

Falcons Landing is a retirement community owned and operated by the Air Force Retired Officers Community. Opened in 1996, Falcons Landing was home to several SAR members of the Sgt. Major John Champe chapter. The John Champe chapter has since been merged with the Fairfax Resolves chapter, and those members continue to serve the Loudoun County community.

Functions are typically held in the auditorium in the main building at the top of the Falcons Landing Circle. The main entrance to the facility is very apparent with impressive columns and brick stairway to the multiple door entrance in the center of the arch that is formed by the main complex of condominium type unit complexes each with somewhat less grand entrances. Enter by the main, covered door, turn left, and proceed down the hall. The auditorium will be on the right.

 

Contact Information

   
Address 20530 Falcons Landing Circle,
Sterling, VA 20165-3583
Phone (703)404-5100
Website http://www.falconslanding.org/
   

 

Getting to the Landing

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From I-495 From I-495, take exit 47A/B onto VA-7 west. At the Fairfax County Parkway/Algonkian Parkway, merge right onto Algonkian Parkway. Pass the Potomac View Rd intersection (Rte. 637) and turn left at Quarterpath Trace Circle into Falcons Landing. Stop at the guard station, and then proceed straight onto Falcons Landing Circle. At the circle, the building is straight ahead. Bear right to continue around Falcons Landing Circle and park in a visitor space. Look for and enter by the main, covered entrance. The ballroom is to the left, and the dining rooms are to the right.
From I-66 From I-66, take exit 53A/B onto VA-28 north (Sully Rd). Exit onto VA-625 E/W (Church Rd.) toward Sterling. Turn left at Cascades Parkway (VA-1794), and turn right onto Algonkian Parkway. Turn right at Quarterpath Trace Circle into Falcons Landing. Stop at the guard station, and then proceed straight onto Falcons Landing Circle. At the circle, the building is straight ahead. Bear right to continue around Falcons Landing Circle and park in a visitor space. Look for and enter by the main, covered entrance. The ballroom is to the left, and the dining rooms are to the right.

 

 

 

2017 Fairfax Resolves Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution