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What a super cool way to spend Halloween! This definitely falls on the side of a "nice" Halloween night, but very cool.
When I first moved to Northern Virginia / DC area, I really wanted to coach basketball. I had been a high school player and played a lot in college - nothing amazing, but I loved basketball. Problem was, I had no idea where to go, who to ask, how to get a team.
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What better way to spend a date right before Halloween than with a haunted house!
If you like haunted houses, this one sounds like it's going to be a good one.
Set in an already old and creepy building, the haunted house promises a night of terror.
The Haunted House transpires Saturday, October 27 from 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM and Sunday, October 28 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Admission is only $5.
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Be scared. Be very scared. I am!
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UPDATE: For more on how the event will affect traffic, visit ArlingtonAlert.com.
Middle Eastern delights from Atilla’s Restaurant, Italian dishes from Pines of Naples and Salvo’s Pizza Pantry, Ethiopian cuisine from Dama's, Southern American fare from Big Daddy’s BBQ, and Colombian & Bolivian specialties will be offered by vendors already booked. CPRO is in the process of confirming others that would provide Thai and Salvadoran/Mexican foods. A good selection of beers, wines, and other beverages will also be available for sale.If you're interested in helping out, some volunteers from Community Role Models will be helping run the event. You can learn more and sign up on the CRM website!
In addition to the wonderful aromas of the food, the festival site will be further enlivened by the sights and sounds of more than a dozen traditional and contemporary music and dancing groups. These include the Mariachi band Asi es mi tierra, the Asian dance group Sutera Malaysia, the Arlington Dance Theater, Uruguayan singer Eva Rey, Hawaiian dancers from Halou-o-aulani, the Guatemalan Folkloric group WUQXINCAN, and the Columbia Pike Community Chorus, and more.
The Taste of the Pike will take place on Sunday, October 21 from noon until 7:00 pm in front of the Arlington Mill Community Center, on Columbia Pike at S. Dinwiddee St. Service on PikeRide’s Metrobus 16 route will be free from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm courtesy of Arlington County Commuter Services.
A walk around Clarendon on a recent evening revealed good news and bad news for Clarendon. Which would you like first?
When you move to a new area, it can be hard to find a volunteer organization that's a good fit. That's one reason Arlington County established the Community Role Models program -- to help break down the barriers between wannabe volunteers and organizations that need help.
* Arlington Public SchoolsThe event will also feature special guest speaker Laura Sessions Stepp, the author of Our Last Best Shot and a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist who specializes in teenager and young adult issues. After the event is over, we'll head over to Carpool for more socializing and some Manny Being Manny-watching as the Red Sox play the Indians in the ALCS.
* Big Brothers/Big Sisters
* Greenbrier Learning Center
Tuesday, October 9th is the last day to register to vote in the November 6th general election! You can get more details on the Arlington County Voter Registration page.
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