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Programs for Children and Families
Fox Summer Singalongs for all ages *Tuesdays* June 28 10:00-10:30 a.m. Fox Branch Library Community Room Sing and dance with our fantastic musicians! Space is limited; pick up a free ticket 1/2 hour before the program begins. Please note: singalongs are at Fox on Tuesdays in summer months.
Fox Walking Club
Mondays, June 27
10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
We will meet at the library and walk between 1.5-3 miles mostly along the Arlington Cultural District and Minuteman Bikeway. This is a great way to stay active and make some new friends in your community. Getting regular physical activity is one of the best things you can do for your health. All ages welcome! Weather permitting.
Fox Crafting Meet-up
Tuesdays, June 28
Love to craft? knit? crochet? Join us! Bring whatever project you are working on and meet other makers.
Social Worker Drop-In Hours
Mondays, June 27
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Robbins Library Conference Room
Struggling to meet basic needs such as housing, food, or employment? A social worker is available to answer questions about social services in and around Arlington.
Speculative Fiction Book Group
Monday, June 27
Robbins Library Conference Room with remote attendance option
Robbins has a new book group for fans of science fiction, fantasy, and tales of alternate realities! Join us to discuss This is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar an Max Gladstone. We meet every other month, so mark your calendars! "A twisting, sapphic time travel fantasy love story that never stops surprising: El-Mohtar and Gladstone have written the ultimate in enemies-to-lovers romance.” ― Booklist, Starred Review
Genealogy Resources at the Robbins Library
Tuesday, June 28
Robbins Library Community Room with remote attendance option
Reel Queer: Paris is Burning
Thursday, June 30
Robbins Library Community Room
The Department of Planning and Community Development (DPCD) invites Arlington’s small businesses and nonprofits to apply for grant funding through the Transformative Growth Grant program, funded by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).
The Transformative Growth Grants Program will help Arlington businesses and nonprofit organizations that have a vision for their future and are seeking financial support to bring that vision to life. Read more about this grant opportunity.
S. Nicholas KriketosS. Nicholas Kriketos' service to St. Athanasius the Great parish in Arlington nearly 30 years was recognized by parish members June 12. Now the building and facilities manager of the Appleton Street church, he has served with dignity, loyalty, respect and humility. When he was…
Corwin Dickson is ready to compete. Arlington artist Corwin Dickson has helped design a Pride-inspired merchandise line for the Premier Hockey Federation (PHF), the home of professional women's hockey in North America. A series of unique, Pride-inspired PHF designs are available for a limited time…