Arlington anticipates special holiday weekend

November 11, 2017 by  

This year will mark the 47th anniversary of the Annual Scottish Christmas Walk Weekend & Parade, which will take place early in December.

The two-day event will [Read more]

Arlington readies for traditional marathon

October 12, 2017 by  

The Marine Corps Marathon, also known as ‘the Marathon of Monuments’ and the ‘People’s Marathon’ will once again have over half a million runners running through Arlington streets.

The Health & Fitness Expo will [Read more]

Golfers swing for fun and local charity

September 9, 2017 by  

The 21st Annual Community Cup Golf Classic will be played in a couple of weeks into October.

This will be an [Read more]

Arlington goes to the fair

August 6, 2017 by  

Calendars tell us that the 41st annual Arlington County Fair will be upon us in less than two weeks.

This year, the event will [Read more]

Peruvian Festival celebrates milestone anniversary in Arlington

July 5, 2017 by  

The Arlington Peruvian Festival is just weeks away from its 30th anniversary. It will feature authentic Peruvian cuisine, music, and dancing. The family-oriented event will [Read more]

Arlington gets the blues

June 6, 2017 by  

For the 22nd year, the Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization and Arlington Arts will be hosting their Columbia Pike Blues Festival. The one-day festival will again be [Read more]

Argentina comes to Arlington

April 17, 2017 by  

The 30th Argentine Festival in the United States will be coming to the city in mid-May.

The event will celebrate Argentina’s May Revolution of [Read more]

Arlington set to lay on a feast

March 18, 2017 by  

Arlington Chamber of Commerce is about to partner with Greater Reston, Prince William and Loudoun County Chambers of Commerce and Virginia Restaurant, Lodging and Travel Association to present Northern Virginia Restaurant Week.

The event will be showcasing our area’s restaurants and their specialties. Participating restaurants and eateries will be offering multicourse meals at discounted prices.

Locals will get the opportunity to dine at their favorite venues or branch out and try new places. Most venues will offer a lunch and dinner option. Special menus will be available and most will include appetizers, an entrée, and dessert. Reservations can be made through the OpenTable.

Some restaurants that have already registered are Bistro 360 Wine Bar, Market & Restaurant, Upper Crust Pizza here in Arlington, Malones of Manasssas, Morton’s Steakhouse and Red’s Table in Reston. Layla’s Lebanese Restaurant, and CJ Finz. Members of the Prince William Chamber of Commerce will also be offering their special NOVA Restaurant Week specialties.

Participating Northern Virginia restaurants will be included in the area event calendars, press releases, and social media. Restaurants involved will get email exposure and be included in store window posters. Eateries and their menus will be listed on the Restaurant Week website and in the 2017 OpenTable restaurant directory.

The event is scheduled to begin on Monday, March 20, and continue through Sunday, March 27.

Boyd Foundation to host The Love Ball

February 1, 2017 by  

The Boyd Foundation will be hosting The Love Ball in just over a week

It will be a benefit concert to [Read more]

Chinese New Year Festival celebrates year of the Rooster

January 1, 2017 by  

The Asian Community Service Center in the DC area will be holding its 10th Annual Chinese New Year Festival coming in mid-January.

Lion dances, a Dragon Parade and [Read more]

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