Arlington Committee of 100 - June Forum

Remembering Arlington: A Look at Vanished Businesses

Casual Adventure is fading away after 60 years on Washington Boulevard. A new building is going up where Colony House furniture long dwelt in Rosslyn off I-66. The popular Willow restaurant closed two years ago after a decade on Fairfax Drive. 

Charlie Clark
Charlie Clark

Join us at our June meeting to hear columnist and local historian Charlie "Our Man in Arlington" Clark perform an interactive talk on vanished businesses of Arlington, going back to the early 20th century. Be prepared to share your own recollections of favorites that went away.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

 

Marymount University - Phelan Hall Dining Room

2807 N. Glebe Road 

 

7:00pm - Meet & Greet

7:25 pm - Dinner

8:00 pm - Program Begins

 

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The Arlington Committee of 100 fosters open and vigorous discussion of issues involving all facets of community life in Arlington. The Committee's monthly dinner meetings are open to all and provide a non-partisan setting in which issues of local, regional, and state interest are addressed by experts, with audience participation in lively Q&A sessions.