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Charles Drew Community Center

3500 23rd St S

Arlington, Virginia 22206 Map

Category: Community (7)

Arlington County will celebrate its rich African-American heritage at the 2017 Feel the Heritage Festival, Saturday, February 25 from 1-6 p.m. at Drew Community Center (3500 23rd Street South). This FREE event is now in its 25th year and will feature live music and dance, a ?Hall of History? with photos and artifacts from Arlington?s historically African-American churches and organizations, free children?s activities, delicious food and a great selection of vendors.

Sunday, February 26
February 26 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Founders Hall, George Mason University

3351 Fairfax Drive

Arlington, Virginia 22201 Map

Category: Religion (2)

Emmanuel Presbyterian Church invites you to a dialogue between two friends, Rev. Scott Seaton of Emmanuel and a local Sheikh, to explore what it means to be children of Abraham. Join us for a candid and respectful conversation of the similarities and differences between our faiths, expressed in the life of Abraham.

Monday, February 27
February 27 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Thomas Jefferson Community Theatre

125 S. Old Glebe Road

Arlington, Virginia 22204 Map

Category: Community (7)
Klan We Talk promotional poster

Daryl Davis’ energetic Boogie-woogie piano put him on stage with Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bruce Hornsby and Bill Clinton, just to name a few. Davis’ unconventional approach to racial reconciliation put him across the table from a Klansman. What happened next? Davis, appearing on CNN, PBS and NBC, shares his unforgettable stories of forging understanding in some of the most unlikely places. Come hear him live and learn how his approach caused several Klan members to walk away from those beliefs.

“There is no substitute for hearing Davis tell the story in his own words.” –The Atlantic, 2015.

Thomas Jefferson Community Theatre
Monday, February 27
7 pm.
125 S. Old Glebe Road, Arlington.

Hosted by Grace Community Church.

This is a public event. Please feel free to invite others.

Childcare available with pre-registration by 2/20: bit.ly/feb27childcare

Tuesday, February 28
February 28 7:00pm - 11:00pm

Wilson Blvd. from N. Barton to N. Irving

2510 Wilson Blvd

Arlington, Virginia 22201 Map

Category: Community (7)

The 2017 edition of the Clarendon-Courthouse Mardi Gras Parade and Ball is shaping up to be a great parade. The Parade starts 7:00 PM at Wilson Blvd and N. Barton Street, and moves up Wilson Boulevard, past Liberty Tavern to end on N. Irving Street. If the weather is nice, thousands of people will gather along the route to watch the Parade and try to catch candy and throws from the Parade participants. We’ll have dogs and horses and floats and decorated vehicles and music and dancers and marching groups…it’s a Clarendon tradition.

February 28 10:00am - 11:00am

Treemonisha Opera

Thomas Jefferson Middle School Theater

125 S. Glebe Rd.

Arlington, Virginia 22204 Map

Category: Music (9)
Wednesday, March 1
March 1 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Ukulele Jam Session

Westover Branch Library

1644 North McKinley Rd

Arlington, Virginia 22205 Map

Category: Books (12)
Thursday, March 2
March 2 10:00am - 11:00am

Treemonisha Opera

Thomas Jefferson Middle School Theater

125 S. Glebe Rd.

Arlington, Virginia 22204 Map

Category: Music (9)
Friday, March 3
March 3 7:00pm - 9:30pm

EagleBank Arena

4500 Patriot Circle

Fairfax, Virginia 22030 Map

Category: Religion (2)

March 3 & 4, 2017

Living Proof Live brings women from all walks of life together for a weekend of biblical teaching, worship, and encouragement.

Living Proof Live
Beth Moore, Speaker

Author and Bible teacher Beth Moore is the founder of Living Proof Ministries and Speaker at Living Proof Live women’s events across the continent. Her mission is to lead women everywhere into a richer, more fulfilling relationship with the Father through biblical literacy–guiding believers to love and live God’s Word. Beth loves the Lord, loves to laugh, and loves to be with His people.

Travis Cottrell, Worship Leader

Travis Cottrell serves as Worship Pastor at Englewood Baptist Church in Jackson, Tennessee. For more than 16 years, he has served as worship leader at Living Proof Live events.

Saturday, March 4
March 4 1:30pm - 2:20pm


3400 Columbia Pike Suite 100

Arlington, Virginia 22204 Map

Category: Health & Fitness (3)

Come ride at Arlington’s newest indoor cycling studio and have fun, all while supporting your community! Proceeds of this rocking class will benefit the Arlington Community Foundation, the largest provider of scholarships in Arlington, a grantmaker to nonprofits and manager of over 150 charitable funds. You can learn more about the Foundation at www.arlcf.org. We look forward to seeing you at CycleBar on March 4th!

March 4 11:00am - 12:01pm

Treemonisha Opera

Thomas Jefferson Middle School Theater

125 S. Glebe Rd.

Arlington, Virginia 22204 Map

Category: Music (9)
Sunday, March 5
Monday, March 6
March 6 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Founders Hall Auditorium - George Mason University Arlington Campus

3351 Fairfax Drive

Arlington, Virginia 22201 Map

Category: Books (12)

Restlessness, ambition, and innovation are key American traits. But today, Americans are working harder than ever to avoid change. In “The Complacent Class” (St. Martin’s Press, February 2017), a follow-up to the “New York Times” best-selling book “The Great Stagnation,” Tyler Cowen explores our desire to become more insulated, comfortable, and accepting of the status quo. Americans are moving less, starting fewer businesses, marrying people more like ourselves, and choosing as much as we can based on algorithms that wall us off from anything that might be too new or different. As a result, we could see a version of America that is more segregated, more unequal, and no longer the leader of tomorrow’s greatest achievements.

Please join the Mercatus Center at George Mason University for a live interview with “Reason Magazine’s” Katherine Mangu-Ward and Tyler Cowen on this phenomenon and what it means for the future of politics, the economy, and the very foundation of our culture. According to Malcolm Gladwell, “His brilliant new book…has been on my nightstand after I devoured it in one sitting. I am at round-the-clock Cowen saturation right now.”

Copies of the book will be available for sale after the discussion. To read more about the book or pre-order a copy, visit complacentclass.com.

Tuesday, March 7
March 7 6:00pm - 7:30pm

No Home To Go To

Central Library

1015 N Quincy St

Arlington, Virginia 22201 Map

Category: Books (12)
Wednesday, March 8
March 8 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Liberty Properties

888 N. Quincy St

Arlington, Virginia 22203 Map

Category: Education (15)

Arlington’s premiere real estate broker is offering a free first time home buyers seminar in Ballston this March 8th from 630-8pm. We are going to cover the entire process from A-Z and answer all your questions regarding the fast paces Arlington market. We will also have our preferred lender on hand to explain the pre approval process, interest rates and get you pre approved if you’re ready. We will be offering $1000 towards closing costs or to help buy out your current rental lease.

Please RSVP to reserve your seat! And if this time doesn’t work, we can schedule a time to sit down one on one.

Mark J. Lawter
Liberty Properties
888 N. Quincy St
Arlington Va 22203

Friday, March 10
Saturday, March 11
Sunday, March 12
March 12 4:00pm - 5:30pm

Wakefield High School Auditorium

1325 S. Dinwiddie St.

Arlington, Virginia 22206 Map

Category: Music (9)

Plan to join the Arlington Philharmonic for a delightful family friendly concert featuring acclaimed pianist Michael Sheppard and a program of orchestral music inspired by the rich tradition of storytelling. Michael Sheppard has been lauded for his dazzling virtuosity and intense musicianship. The concert repertoire includes:
* Britten: Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell
* von Dohnányi: Variations on a Nursery Tune Op. 25 (1914), featuring Michael Sheppard, solo piano
* Ma Mère l’Oye: Cinq Pieces Enfantine Mother Goose by Maurice Ravel

The Arlington Artists Alliance will host an art show in the lobby outside the auditorium prior to the concert and during intermission.

No tickets are required to attend. A $20 donation per adult is suggested.

Wednesday, March 15
Thursday, March 16
March 16 7:00pm - 11:00pm

Pink Tie Party

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center

1300 Pennsylvania Avenue

Washington, D.C. 20004 Map

Category: Fundraisers (3)
Saturday, March 18
March 18 9:30am - 12:30pm

Marymount University

Gerard Hall, 2807 North Glebe Road

Arlington, Virginia 22207 Map

Category: Education (15)

Sponsored by the Arlington Chapter of Zonta International, a non-profit organization, a Morning for Me will provide new tools:
• To Make The Most Of Your Finances
• To Optimize Your Health Awareness
• To Nurture Your Skin And Body
Hear helpful ideas to manage your finances, simple ways to live healthier, and the latest in today’s anti-aging for your skin and body.

March 18 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Dedicated to Slava

St Mary Mother of God Catholic Church

727 5th Street Northwest

Washington, D.C. 20001 Map

Category: Music (9)
Sunday, March 19
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Thursday, March 23
Saturday, March 25
March 25 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Taliah Graves

One More Page Books

2200 N Westmoreland Street #101

Arlington, Virginia 22213 Map

Category: Books (12)
Sunday, March 26
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