The Arlington County Board today took action on dozens of items — here are some of the highlights.
Arts & Culture News
The Arlington County Board has approved more than $200,000 in grants to Arlington non-profit arts organizations and individual artists.
The County Board will consider and act on dozens of items at its June Meeting. The meeting is open to the public and live-streamed on the County website.
The guides aim to inspire vacationers and meeting professionals to make Arlington their home base for a capital visit.
The free Jan. 20 event hosted by actor Christian Keyes includes local performers Joy Gardner, the Hoffman-Boston All Star Chorus and James Gibson.
From trick-or-treating, to fun and frightening events, to what to do with your pumpkins, Arlington is poised to be your Halloween headquarters.
Inmates receiving recognition will be invited to read their winning entries aloud during the ceremony.
Arts grants help support individual artists and arts organizations in Arlington.
At its July meeting, the Board will adopt the County’s FY 2019-2028 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and consider dozens of other items.
Residents are invited to get “artrageous” and leave their mark on the County’s first community center—before it’s demolished.