Arlington, VA and its Shirlington neighborhood specifically are fantastic places to live, filled with history, culture and fun. As spring gives way to summer, it becomes obvious there isn’t any other place that can quite offer all of this area’s charms!
There are some great events planned for this summer. Make sure to check them out!
Summer event in Arlington
- County Fair – August 14th-18th: The Arlington County Fair means fun for the whole family. It’s got carnival rides, games, stands of delicious food, performances, and live music. Nearly 85,000 people attend each year, making it one of the area’s most popular events. Be sure you don’t miss out!
Summer events in Shirlington
- Wags ‘N Whiskers 2019 – August 24th: This celebration of our furry friends is a pet lover’s dream come true. You can look forward to presentations from veterinarians, food stands, face painting for the kids and lots of adorable animals. You can even bring your cat and dine at one of the local participating restaurants. Now, that’s awesome, right?
- Shirlington Summer Concert Series – June 19 – August 24: It’s time to rock out every Wednesday at the “Decades of Summer” concert series. Each week will feature a different period of music from the 70s to the 90s, and some original songs by talented local bands. So, everyone from flower children to head bangers will enjoy it! There’ll be $5 wine tastings as well, so you can pair those rockin’ tunes with a new merlot.
These are only a few of the available events happening in Arlington and Shirlington this summer. If you want to keep up to date with everything that will be going on, take a look at stay Arlington and The Village at Shirlington regularly.
We here at Craftmark Homes believe the surrounding area is special. We’ve built quality homes here for 27 years and know that you’ll enjoy its warm, inviting summer nights. If you’re looking for a home in the vicinity and would like to discuss your options, contact us today. We can turn your dream home into a reality, including living within walking distance of much of what Arlington County has to offer.