All Arlington Public Library locations are closed on Monday, Sept. 7 for Labor Day. The Library will be on a regular schedule on Sunday, Sept. 6, with three locations open: Central Library, Columbia Pike Branch and Shirlington Branch. The Library will operate on a regular weekday schedule for Tuesday, Sept. 8.
Bring an old incandescent bulb to Central Library on a Saturday in October, 10 a.m to noon, and AIRE will give you an LED bulb — a $7 value — for free To learn more, visit Arlington Initiative to Rethink Energy.
Library accounts, catalog and some databases may be temporarily unavailable during the morning of Tuesday, Aug. 18 while system upgrades are installed. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Friends of the Library Fundraiser: Martha Koleda Memorial Fund Night at Clarendon Ballroom–3185 Wilson Blvd.
A Jazz Night Out at Clarendon Ballroom Help the Friends support music programs at the Library. Featuring live performances by acclaimed musician Ran Blake. Drinks and heavy hors d’oeuvres will be served. Tickets: $30 from the Friends of the Arlington Public Library The Martha Koleda Memorial Fund was set up by Marte’s family [...]
All Arlington Public Library locations are closed Monday, Sept. 7, for Labor Day.
The second floor of Columbia Pike Branch Library will be closed through Wednesday, Aug. 19 because of recarpeting. Access to public computers in the branch will be limited. Non-fiction books for adults and small meeting rooms will be unavailable. Movie screenings will not take place during the week. All other Library locations will be available [...]
A Community Update A discussion of I-66 planning, led by the Virginia Department of Transportation. VDOT is in the planning stages to transform Interstate 66 inside the Beltway. Proposed improvements include converting the existing I-66 High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes between I-495 (the Capital Beltway) and the U.S. Route 29 in Rosslyn into High Occupancy Toll [...]
Dr. Gail Arnall, Consultant to Offender Aid and Restoration presents a stimulating panel discussion on the Virginia Criminal Justice system Topics of discussion will likely include: • How many types of courts do we have and what does each do? • How are judges selected? • Who chooses the prosecutors and what challenges do they [...]
An Event for the Local Mongolian Community Presented by the Arlington County Human Rights Commission and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. This event is an effort to establish a communication link between the county government and the Mongolian Community on issues of civil and human rights, including discrimination based on national origin and immigration. The [...]
During repair work at Cherrydale Branch Library this week, please use the upper level entrance accessible from the parking lot. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Central Library is also open with easy access.