An exploration of things to do in Arlington

Thursday, June 07, 2007

7 Things to Get You Through The Weekend

Looking for things to do this weekend?

Of course, your first option is to review your latest edition of the What's Up Arlington! e-newsletter for great ideas. Which, if you're not getting your free subscription, let me pause for a minute, while I beat you over the head with a baseball bat ... only in the virtual sense of the phrase that is.

Still need more to do, or can't find something that suits your fancy? Here are some more ideas.

  1. Prepare to get dirty in the sand. Register for the Arlington Athletic and Social League summer sand volleyball league. Register as an individual or a team; cost is $60 per person or $525 a team. The season will consist of 7 games, all played in Crystal City.

  2. Come, worship at the feet of Al Gore ... I mean watch the documentary An Inconvenient Truth and join a group discussion about global warming. Gulf Branch Nature Center, June 10, 2:30 PM. 703-228-4304 for more info. FREE

  3. A good excuse to just hang out - Rock the Row Conert Series. Every Thursday night at Pentagon Row.

  4. Avoid the drama in your life. See it on stage. Lots of good shows in Arlington - The Witches of Eastwick, Nest, The Importance of Being Earnest. See the Arlington Arts Calendar for a full listing.

  5. Feel Rich. Listen to Music. Buy Art - all the Ballston Crafts Market. (Look for more details from Miles right here tomorrow)

  6. Iota. You oughta. Iota Poetry Series: Readings by Nathalie F. Anderson and Maria Terrone, followed by an open reading. Iota Club and Cafe, 2832 Wilson Boulevard. 6 p.m. Free. 703-522-8340.

  7. Put in your two cents, or three, or four, at the Envisioning a Healthy Arlington Public Health Cafe, June 9, 9 AM.
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