logo
Cale Community Center


Upcoming Events


Social Butterfly Butterfly Social Happy Hour and Potluck, Friday, April 28, 7:15 p.m.

Have a traditional dish or favorite family recipe?  Bring it to the Cale Community Center to share it and the story of its origin with your Greenbriar neighbors.  Celebrate spring, have a drink, meet your neighbors and enjoy the fun!  For residents 21 years and older.  Sponsored by the Greenbriar Civic Association.  Contact:  Rebecca Gotwalt, 703-282-3090 or gcaprez@outlook.com.
Read More

WFCWC Presents Talk by Local Real Estate Business Owner, March 20, 2017

Have you thought about starting your own business? Are you interested in how to get the best price for your house when you sell it? Would you like ideas for improving your home that will add livability and raise your property values? Do you wonder about the local real estate market and what it’s like to work in it? Then you should join the ladies of GFWC Western Fairfax County Woman’s Club (WFCWC) at thei
Read More

23rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Saturday, April 8, 2017, 1 p.m. (sharp!) to 2:30 p.m.

For children age 2 through 3rd grade.  Bring your Easter basket to Greenbriar Commons Park (next to the pool) to collect the Easter eggs.  Event will take place rain or shine.  Prizes will be awarded.  Sponsored by the Greenbriar Civic Association.  Don’t forget your camera!  Volunteers needed to help set up (hiding the eggs) and clean up afterwards.  Contact:  Sandy Williams, 703-378-6984.
Read More

Greenbriar Community Spring Cleanup, Saturday, April 22, 2017, 9 a.m.-12 noon.

Meet at Greenbriar Commons Park (next to the pool).  Bring your hat, gloves and sunscreen and wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty.  Waterproof boots also recommended.  Trash bags will be provided.  Sponsored by Greenbriar Civic Association.  Rain date is Saturday, April 29.  Contact:  Sandy Williams, 703-378-6984.
Read More


GCA News


GCA News August 2016

Hope everyone is enjoying the beauty of Greenbriar in the summer. While you are out and about taking in the lovely landscapes and flourishing flowers, you might see a fox or two. Dr. Katherine Edwards, Fairfax County Police Department Wildlife Management Specialist, assures that this is to be expected and is not cause for alarm. For 2015, only about 40 rabid animals were identified in all of Fairfax County; none of t
Read More

GCA News July 2016

I am excited by the election of Becky Gotwalt to succeed me as the new president of the GCA for the coming year. She becomes the first female president of the Greenbriar community since 1992. Her husband, Brandon, is the district 1A representative on the GCA board. I can assure the community that you will be led by a fully committed, highly energetic and technically savvy individual who will take the community to the
Read More

GCA News June 2016

My submission of this column seems to be at the height of the monsoon season in the area. Amazingly, residents have managed to keep their lawns in reasonable condition given the extreme circumstances. I’m sure, as is inevitable over the years, we’ll be complaining of the endless drought come middle to late summer. All you can do is prepare for the worst and hope it gets better soon. It’s been a busy spring for GCA wi
Read More

GCA News May 2016

Ah, it is a refreshing time of year, indeed, to live in the Greenbriar community. Lushness abounds … unfortunately, in tandem with tree pollen and, seemingly, never-ending weed proliferation. Just hang in there and try to enjoy it. Not much time for pleasantries this issue, given the amount of activity over the last month that I need to convey. In Memoriam I was deeply saddened to learn of the recent passing of Helen
Read More