Arlington Event Calendar
Bring your family or friends and join us on Fridays during Lent for our Soup Suppers, which include meatless soups, noodles, bread, community and fellowship.
The suppers begin March 8th and continue on Fridays through April 5th from 5:30-7 p.m. in the Parish Hall. Following the suppers are Confessions beginning at 7 p.m. and Stations of the Cross beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the Church.
All are welcome!
BASIS Independent McLean, an age 2 — grade 12 private school in Tysons Corner, is home to the globally benchmarked BASIS Curriculum, a liberal arts program with a STEM focus designed to inspire mastery and excellence in students as they learn at the highest international levels.
Join us for an Open House on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at 10 a.m.
Learn about our program, meet our teachers, tour our campus and have your questions answered.
Cherrydale Branch Library
2190 Military Road N.
Arlington, Virginia 22207 Map
Reception 2-4 p.m. with the talks from 2:30-3 p.m.
Light refreshments will be served.
Sightings of foxes, deer, hawks, owls and even flying squirrels have proliferated in Arlington and especially in the outer suburbs in recent years. This exhibit comprises stunning photographs taken by three local photographers illustrating this phenomenon, using a variety of equipment and ingenious techniques. Brief talks about their techniques will be given by participating photographers Robin Kent and Scott Springston. Joan McIntyre, representing Master Gardeners of Arlington and Alexandria, will discuss the value of native plants for attracting wildlife.
National Chamber Ensemble’s “Musical Adventures Through The Time Machine” Season (Time Machine included) continues on to the the Classical Period!
With it’s growing emphasis on the melody was the remarkable period where composers let their imaginations run free in a quest for balance between reason and emotion. Experience the musical era obsessed with clarity, charm, balance, form and the genius of the three masters all working in Vienna: Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven.
On the program: Haydn’s Piano Trio No.39 in G Major “Gypsy”, Mozart’s Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 32 in B flat Major K. 454, and Beethoven’s Piano Trio Op.70 “Ghost.”
Joining violinist/artistic director Leo Sushansky will be cellist Sean Neidlinger and pianist Carlos Cesar Rodriguez.
Enjoy NCE artists sharing stories, humor, personal perspectives on the music. The goal of the NCE is to build a sense of closeness between performers and audience that enhances the feeling of community and a deeper musical experience
The performance will be followed by a reception with the artists.
“Delightful” — The Washington Post
“One of the gems of the entire Metro area” — DC Metro Theater Arts
“Enriched the musical skyline… for an amazing 10 years” — Nina Totenberg (NPR)
For all evening and weekend performances use free parking lot at Gunston Arts Center. There are lots of great dining options nearby at Shirlington or Crystal City.