Visit the Christmas Tree at Stonebridge and Wrap up Your Holiday Shopping

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By Amy Taylor

Sponsored by Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center

Looking to enjoy some festive lights while you finish up your holiday shopping? Check out the display at Stonebridge, including their Christmas tree lights.

Tree Lighting


Their annual tree lighting took place on Nov. 29.

“Tree lighting is one of my most favorite events at Stonebridge! Everyone is in a festive and celebratory mood,” said Anastasia Podorski, Property Manager, JBG Smith.

Visitors enjoyed entertainment from Those Funny Little People, of America’s Got Talent fame. They had a cast of wacky characters who sang, danced and interacted with the audience.

Holiday shoppers also enjoyed carols from the New Dominion Choraliers. This non-profit community chorus has been performing in our community since 1996 and they’re always a crowd favorite!

They had fun for the whole family with face painting, crafts, balloon artists and ice carving.

People attending helped families in need with their donations and received free carriage rides.

“We love hosting this event for the Woodbridge community – and creating a downtown atmosphere,” Podorski said.

The festivities took place at 15201 Potomac Town Place, Woodbridge.

Shopping and Dining


You can still walk around and enjoy the festive lights while you finish up your holiday shopping. Shop retailers like Apple, Chico’s, Carhartt, DSW, Old Navy, Soma Intimates, REI, Ulta and White House Black Market.

While you’re out shopping, enjoy a nice meal at one of their fabulous dining options. Some of their restaurants include Bar Louie, Brixx Wood Fired Pizza, P.F. Changs, Nando’s Peri Peri, Not Your Average Joe’s and Zoe’s Kitchen. Grab a gift card to one of these restaurants for an easy last-minute holiday gift.

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Amy Taylor ( is a freelance writer and editor. She earned her BLS in English from the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia.



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