Arlington County will celebrate its rich African-American heritage at the 2018 Feel the Heritage Festival on Sat., Feb. 24, 1-6 p.m. at Charles Drew Community Center.
Arts & Culture News
The event will take place Sunday, January 14, 5-6:30 p.m. at Wakefield High School. Entertainment will include Duke Ellington School of the Arts students and faculty.
The County honors outstanding architectural design every two years, showcasing the best in commercial, public and residential architecture.
From black box theaters to a a costume shop, Arlington Cultural Affairs continues to provide cultural programming and facilities to the County.
The Office of the Treasurer invites high school students who reside or attend school in Arlington to participate in the 14th Annual Decal Design Competition.
Arlington celebrates part of its rich diversity at the 2017 Latino American Festival on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2-6 p.m. at Kenmore Middle School.
The County Board has approved new arts grants made to organizations and individuals whose work enriches the cultural life of Arlington.
The County Board today approved an agreement to transfer construction of the Lynn Street Esplanade Project to the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT). The Lynn Street Esplanade Project will bring pedestrian and bicycle safety, as well as traffic management improvements on North Lynn Street in Rosslyn.
The new full-color booklet, “Echoes of Little Saigon: Vietnamese Immigration and the Changing Face of Arlington” — a collaboration led by the County’s Cultural Affairs Division working with the Historic Preservation Program and Arlington Public Library’s Center for Local History — will be introduced at an annual traditional event for the Vietnamese community: the Trung Thu Children’s Festival.
It is an Arlington County tradition — the Arlington County Fair. Join us for great food, great rides and great fun.