Normally for our weekly “To Do” list we pick a few of the upcoming weekend’s most promising events and write a couple sentences about each.
This week, there’s so much going on that it was impossible to narrow it down. So rather than a novel-sized write-up, here’s a list of everything on our radar. See our events calendar for more details on each event.
- Canceled due to weather Rock at the Row Summer Concert Series – Pentagon Row Plaza
- Live Music: White Ford Bronco and Practically Einstein – Ri-Ra Irish Pub
- Clarendon Ballroom Blitz w/ Dr. Fu and Toxic Mouse
- National Donut Day
- Yorktown High School Art Show
- “I Love the 90s” Rosslyn Outdoor Film Festival – Rosslyn Gateway Park
- U.S. Air Force Band Summer Concert Series (Opening Concert) – Air Force Memorial
- Live Comedy: Natasha Leggero – Arlington Drafthouse
- Courthouse Farmers Market
- Aurora Hills Senior Center Trash ‘n’ Treasure Sale
- Focus Group: Re-Envisioning the Future of the Library – Fairlington Community Center
- Wylie Wagg Grand Opening
- Red Mango Grand Opening
- Live Theater: Every Young Woman’s Desire (“Pay-What-You-Can” showing) – Clark Street Playhouse
- Summer Concert: Soho Down (Country Rock/Pop) – Potomac Overlook Regional Park
- Vivaldi’s Extraordinary Four Seasons – Rosslyn Spectrum Theatre
- Columbia Pike Farmers Market
- Green Living Home and Garden Tour
- Film: “The Princess and the Frog” (2009) – Shirlington Branch Library
- Live Theater: R. Buckminster Fuller: The History (and Mystery) of the Universe – Arena Stage
- A German Requiem – Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington
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