The Arlington County Fire Department hosted its annual four-day Camp Heat this past weekend, providing girls ages 15-18 with a hands-on experience that included Fire/EMS simulations, physical training, CPR, fire behavior training and more.
To find out what aspects of the community and local government interest millennials, County staff decided to ask them.
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.
Arlington Reads 2016 looks at World War II with Pulitzer winner Anthony Doerr in person April 7, novelist Julie Otsuka May 5, historian Richard Reeves May 19, and an artifact-rich exhibition at Central Library.
The County Board will proclaim March 2016 “Including People with Developmental Disabilities Month”