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Sunday, November 23
November 23 8:30am - 11:00am


1121 19th St. North

Arlington , Virginia 22209 Map

Category: Health & Fitness (2)


Are you ready to run?

Girls on the Run of Northern Virginia is hosting a Family Friendly 5K which is open to the public, and runners of all ages and abilities, on November 23 along the Potomac River in Rosslyn, VA. Race starts at 8:30 AM sharp!

This unique event brings together hundreds of girls ages 8-13, their families, and community members for a celebratory 5K run that is the culmination of the Girls on the Run program.

Event registration and details can be found at www.novafamily5k.org Timing chip, tech tees and medals are included for all registered runners. You must be registered and wearing the official GOTR 5K bib in order to run.

Girls on the Run prepares girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living using a fun, experienced-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.

Regular registration rate: October 16th to October 31st
Late registration rate: November 1st to November 17th

November 23 9:00am - 12:00pm

Bluemont Park South Shelter

Near 325 N. Manchester Street, Arlington VA

Arlington , Virginia 22205 Map

Category: Health & Fitness (2)

Kinhaven 5K and Kids 1K Fun Run benefiting the students of Kinhaven preschool in the Ballston neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia.

Runners will start at Bluemont Park and make their way along the beautiful W&OD bike trail in this “out and back” course. Kinhaven families and friends will encourage runners and walkers along the way! The race will go on rain or shine. Race results and official times will be posted at runkinhaven.com. nRunners with strollers welcome!

November 23 9:00am - 4:30pm

Bus tour of Arlington County

1805 South Arlington Ridge Road

Arlington , Virginia 22202 Map

Category: Education (1)

Bus Tour – Arlington County – Sunday November 23, 2014

In the spirit of the DC Historical Studies conference theme, “historical consciousness in a changing city,” the tour of Arlington County will explore the historical layers of this important segment of the Washington metropolitan area. Originally part of the 100 square mile federal district, later occupied – and strategic — territory during the Civil War and, afterwards, site of contestations over how to remember that war, transformed in the twentieth century by military expansion and immigration, Arlingtonians continue today to debate development in a rapidly transforming urban and suburban landscape.
Sites featured include: Air Force Memorial, the Nauck neighborhood, the West Boundary Stone, Ball-Sellers House, Hume School (Arlington Historical Society), Arlington House within Arlington National Cemetery.
Limit: 40 persons
Cost: $40/person, advance registration
Register Online Now: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/dc-historical-studies-conference-2014-41st-annual-conference-tickets-13171978743

Saturday, November 29
Sunday, November 30
Saturday, December 6
December 6 9:30am - 11:30am

Breakfast with Santa

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

3022 Woodlawn Ave., Woodlawn Ave. at Arlington Blvd.

Falls Church , Virginia 22042 Map

Category: Children (1)
Sunday, December 7
December 7 12:39pm - 3:00am

Mount Olivet United methodist Church

1500 N. Glebe Road

Arlington , Virginia 22205 Map

Category: Community (4)

Fair trade and handcrafted items from artisans around the world. Jewelry, textiles, sandals, coffees & teas, home décor and more. Complete list of vendors at www.mtolivetumc.org. Give back to a world in need with every gift you give. 703-527-3934

December 7 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Cookie Concert

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

3022 Woodlawn Ave., Woodlawn Ave. at Arlington Blvd.

Falls Church , Virginia 22042 Map

Category: Music (4)
Monday, December 8
Sunday, December 14
December 14 4:30pm - 6:30pm

Spectrum Theater at Artisphere

1611 N. Kent Street (off Wilson Blvd.),

Arlington , Virginia 22209 Map

Category: Music (4)

NCE’s holiday concert brings classical masterpieces and holiday favorites together in one fun program for the whole family! The National Chamber Ensemble invites young emerging musicians to join in the fun filled performance. Outstanding sister musicians Annabelle Song 12 (piano), and Evelyn Song 15 (violin), will perform as soloists with the ensemble. Don’t miss violinists of all ages join NCE for a special group performance of a Bach Masterpiece. Enjoy the music of Dvorak, Tchaikovsky, Strauss, a Hannukah Medley and Leroy Anderson’s holiday favorite “Sleighride”. The concert concludes with a Carols Sing-Along to get everyone in the holiday spirit. Tenor, radio personality, Washington Life Magazine columnist Patrick McCoy returns to lead the sing-along! The dynamic Mary-Claire Burick, President of the Rosslyn Business Improvement District joins NCE as guest host!

WHERE: Rosslyn Spectrum Theatre at Artisphere,
1611 N. Kent Street (off Wilson Blvd.), Arlington, VA
(2 blocks from the Rosslyn Metro, free garage parking in the Spectrum Garage, entrance in back from Arlington Ridge Road)
ADMISSION: Admission $30 Adult, $15 student. Tickets by phone: 888.841.2787 or
Visit: www.NationalChamberEnsemble.org

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