Arlington Calendar April 11

Arlington Calendar April 11

Know of something missing from our community entertainment Calendar? Send it to The Arlington Connection, e-mail it to Deadline is 2 p.m. the Thursday before publication. Call Steve Hibbard at 703-778-9412 with any questions. Photos are welcome.

Melody Tavern, 3650 S. Glebe Road, Suite 170

Arlington. Call 703-413-4141.

  • Thursday, April 12: Meredith Seidel (jazz, pop, gospel)

  • Friday, April 13: Pluckerland Band (honky tonk, pop, blues)

  • Saturday, April 14: John Lewis Trio (jazz, pop)

  • Sunday, April 15: Brunch featuring Jaared (jazz)

  • Thursday, April 19: Geno & Friends (jazz)

  • Friday, April 20: Jaared (jazz)

  • Saturday, April 21: David Cole & Main Street Blues (blues, jazz, pop)

  • Sunday, April 22: Brunch featuring Jaared (jazz)

  • Thursday, April 26: Barry Gurley (jazz, pop)

  • Friday, April 27: David Cole & Main Street Blues (blues, jazz, pop)

  • Saturday, April 28: Rhapsody Blue (jazz, R&B)

  • Sunday, April 29: Brunch featuring Jaared (jazz)

Now Through July 3

"Eternal Washington: Black and White Photographs by Greg Embree", At Cherrydale Branch Library, 2190 Military Road, Arlington (703-228-6330); through July 3, 2012. Hours: Mon.: 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Tue.: Closed; Wed.: 1 p.m.-9 p.m.; Thu.: 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Fri. & Sat.: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. Opening reception on the library balcony on Thursday, Apr. 12, 7-8:30 p.m.

Friday Mornings

Line Dancing Class. 10 to 11 a.m. Line dancing with Barbara Allen. Covers the basic steps, then combines them to music for a gentle, social, aerobic workout. More experienced line dancers are welcome as they can assist the newer dancers. At Aurora Hills Senior Center. Call 703-228-5722.

February to April

Artwork by Tweety Thuy Dong. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. At 300 Park Ave., first floor hallway, Falls Church. Artist's reception is Feb. 8 from 3 to 5 p.m. and April 11 from 3 to 5 p.m.

April 4 to June 10

This is My City. Local and international student photography show. Opening reception is April 20 from 6 to 9 p.m. The show provides students with an opportunity to learn photography fundamentals while exploring their own communities and to have their best works exhibited at the Arlington Arts Center (AAC). At Arlington Arts Center, 3550 Wilson Blvd, Arlington. Call 703-248-6800.

April 6 to November

National Cherry Blossom Photo Contest. Cherry Blossoms are blooming inside and outside in Crystal City this spring with a new partnership between the Crystal City Business Improvement District, Vornado/Charles E. Smith, and FotoDC. Some 150 finalists and judges’ favorites from FotoDC's Second Annual National Cherry Blossom Photo Contest will be exhibited along Crystal City's interior walkways. This year’s contest will feature photography from four different categories such as landscape, people, festivities and vintage. Visit

April 13 and 14

Used Book Sale. More than 40,000 books for browsing and buying. Sponsored by the Falls Church Area American Association of University Women. Friday, April 13 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday, April 14 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. At the Falls Church Community Center, 233 Little Falls St., Falls Church. Call 703-534-5345.

Saturday/April 14

The Mouse of Amherst. 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. Tickets are $10/children; $15/adults. This original work for children, adapted from the book by Elizabeth Spires, tells the story of a lively mouse who strikes up an unlikely friendship with reclusive poet, Emily Dickinson. At Theatre on the Run, 3700 S. Four Mile Run Drive, Arlington. Visit or 703-933-1111.

Shoebox Volunteer Event. 1 to 3 p.m. Help decorate and pack shoeboxes for low-income seniors, the homeless and those who visit food pantries. At Cathedral of St. Thomas More, Burke Hall, 3901 Cathedral Lane, Arlington. For details, or visit

Arlington Home Show and Expo. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Featuring 60 exhibitors. The event is a way to learn about remodeling kitchens and baths, finishing or waterproofing basements, replacing windows and doors, as well as flooring, roofing, siding, gutter, and paving solutions, security systems, insulation, shelving, decks, and more from a wide variety of top-rate companies. At Walter Reed Community Center, 2909 South 16th St., Arlington. Email: or call 703-892-2776.

Service Expo. 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. At The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints located at 3900 Howard Street, Annandale. Representatives from 20 different community agencies will be available to talk about their services and volunteer opportunities. Contact Lexie Staton at 703-978-2475 or

Potomac River Watershed Cleanup. Join in the Alice Ferguson Foundation’s 24th Annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup where thousands of volunteers of all ages will pick up trash from different cleanup sites around the region. Find a cleanup site near you by visiting, or calling 202-973-8203.

Little Hunting Creek Cleanup. Volunteers are needed. At Sequoyah Condominiums Parking Lot, 7950 Seven Woods Drive, Arlington.

April 15 to June 9

A Life in Art: A Retrospective of Works. By John Bryans. Opening Reception and Talk: Sunday, April 15, 2012, 4-6 p.m. Primarily a watercolorist, Bryans also works in acrylics, ink, silk screen, oils and assemblage of found objects. At the Crossroads Gallery, Goodwin House Baileys Crossroads, 3440 S Jefferson St, Falls Church.

Tuesday/April 17

Pershing's Own. 7:30 p.m. Solo works for cello by American composers Henry Cowell, Elliot Carter, George Crumb, and others, performed by SSG Ben Wensel.

Live Audio Broadcast via At Brucker Hall, Ft. Myer.

Arlington County Gangs: Exploring the Shadows of Our Urban-Mayberry. 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Registration is $40/general; $30/Leadership Arlington members. At Leadership Arlington, 4420 N. Fairfax Drive, Suite 102, Arlington. Call 703-528-2522 or visit

Wednesday/April 18

DREAM Project. 7 p.m. Free. Scholarships for Immigrant Children. The Arlington Branch of the American Association of University Women will hold a meeting at Nottingham School, 5900 Little Falls Road, Arlington, on the DREAM Project. The discussion will be led by Emma Violand Sanchez, a member of the Arlington School Board, who founded the DREAM Project, which provides scholarships for some of the immigrant students. Students will share their stories about their struggles to pursue higher education due to their immigration status. Parking is available on the school parking lot. Call 703-534-6837.

April 18 to May 16

Free Financial Seminars. 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Free. Sponsored by the Virginia Cooperative Extension. At Arlington Central Library, 2nd floor meeting room, 1015 N. Quincy St., Arlington. Contact Evelyn Englis at 703-228-6421 or Eevelyn2@VT.EDU.

  • April 18 — Clair Emory, "Making Money Last in Retirement."

  • April 25 — David Ehrlich, "How to Start Your Own Business."

  • May 2 —†Tim Wesling " Interest Rates and their Effects on the Economy."

  • May 9 — Special Guest & Tim Wesling "How To Sell and Invest in Gold."

  • May 16 — Anh-Thu Mai and Special Guest "Using Coupons To Save Money."

Thursday/April 19

Doggy Yappy Hour. 5 to 8 p.m. Rocklands will kick off the patio season with a special Doggy Yappy Hour to benefit Doorways for Women and Families. Guests will “shed” their (clean) winter coats into donation boxes, then mingle on the patio munching on pork pulled from a whole roast pig and fresh oysters roasted over a wood fire and drinking happy hour specials from the bar. Hosted by Rocklands Barbeque and Grilling Company in Arlington. Tickets to the event are $20, and can be purchased through the Doorways for Women and Families website ( or at the door. The ticket price covers the food and one raffle ticket; additional raffle tickets can be purchased for $5. In addition to collecting winter coats, Rocklands is encouraging outrageous tipping for the bartenders, as all cash proceeds will go to support Doorways for Women and Families. Coats will go to St. Luke’s. Visit our website at

Pershing's Own. 7:30 p.m. The U.S. Army Blues Tribute to Count Base. Live Audio Broadcast via At Brucker Hall, Ft. Myer.

Fundraising Event. Benefit of MetroStage's production, "Be Careful! The Sharks Will Eat You." For the Parent Leadership Training Institute of Alexandria. The play is a one-man show chronicling the harrowing escape of Jay Alvarez’s family from Castro’s Cuba in a small boat through shark-infested waters to a new life in the U.S. For tickets or information, contact Fay at 703-739-0233 or or go to and click the Donate button on the left.

Holistic Moms Meeting. 7 to 9 p.m. Featuring Ayurveda Medicine guest speaker, Whitney Paterson, of Apurva Wellness - will discuss the basic principles of Ayurveda. At Arlington United Methodist Church, 716 S. Glebe Road, Arlington. Visit

Contact: HolisticMomsArlAlex (at) gmail (dot) com

or call Jessica at 703-824-6167

Friday/April 20

SpringGreen. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. At Market Common Clarendon. Patrons can bring their old documents, electronics, and bicycles for recycling and re-use to Market Common Clarendon, 2700 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington. The event is free and presented in recognition of Earth Day and awareness of ‘green’ options for safe disposal of items that can be put to good use rather than put into landfill. A $10 donation toward cost of repairs is appreciated. Event information: 703-785-5634 and at

April 20 to 22

"The Matchmaker." Show times are 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Apr. 20 and Saturday, April 21, and 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 22. General admission tickets are $10, students and senior citizens are $5. Senior Rosemarie O'Connor stars as Dolly Levi and Senior David Gillick as Horace Vandergelder in their spring production. They are supported by seniors Allison Roaquin as Minnie Fay and Lisa Young as Mrs. Malloy with Juniors Tyler Fritz as Cornelius Hackl and Michael Bonini as Barnaby Tucker. At Bishop O'Connell High School. Call 703-237-1448 or visit

Saturday/April 21

Coffee House. 7 to 10 p.m. Sponsored by the Wakefield High School Jazz Band. The Wakefield Jazz Band will open the show with some big band favorites, followed by contemporary jazz saxophonist and composer Brian Lenair. Admission is $5/students; $7/adults. At Wakefield High School. Contact Sharon Mebane at

Open House for Volunteers. 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial, will hold an open house for potential volunteers. Reservations are required. Contact Virginia Hughes at or 703-235-1530.

Country Western Dance. The Northern Virginia Country Western Dance Association will hold its smoke-free, alcohol-free dance at Luther Jackson Middle School, 3020 Gallows Rd., Falls Church. This is the annual Benefit Dance, to benefit Fisher House Foundation. BJ Brown will be the DJ. Irshad and Paula Ali will teach the “Country As Can Be” line dance beginning at 7:30 p.m. Scotty and Lynn Inman will teach Beginning West Coast Swing beginning at 8 p.m. Open dancing is from 8:30-11 p.m. and includes Two Step, Waltz, line, Swing, Cha Cha, and specialty dances. Couples and singles are welcome. Tickets are $20 per person at the door. This will be a potluck, so bring a dish. There will also be a Silent Auction. For more information, visit, or call 703-860-4941 and leave a message.

Saturdays/April 21, 28

Volunteer Training. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Become a Master Financial Education Volunteer. Learn about personal finance, budgeting, retirement planning, home buying and many other finance topics, instruction in counseling techniques. At Fairlington Community Center, 3308 S. Stafford St., Arlington. Contact the Arlington office of Virginia Cooperative Extension at 703-228-6417;

Sunday/April 22

Free Classical Music. 3 p.m. The Arlington Philharmonic will offer a free performance of Haydn's Symphony No. 6 (Le Matin), Debussy’s PrÈlude ‡ “L'aprËs-midi d'un faune,” and Berlioz's Les nuits d'ÈtÈ. At the Washington-Lee Auditorium in Arlington.

Going Green in Your Rose Garden. 2 p.m. Free. Arlington Rose Foundation presents speaker, LeeAnn Seeley, a self-described “Earth Angel”. Learn about organic and low risk pesticides. Door prizes. Upstairs at Merrifield Garden Center, Fair Oaks location. Contact 703-371-9351.

Russian Concert. 4 p.m. Featuring arias from Russian operas by Tchaikovsky. Jose Sacin, baritone, and Olga Orlovskaya, soprano, will sing the last scene from Eugene Onegin and arias from The Queen of Spades; one or two Russian folksongs and then a short rhyming song for the audience to sing along. At United Methodist Church, 716 South Glebe Road, Arlington. Sponsored by the Opera Guild of Northern Virginia. or visit or call 703-536-7557.

Spring Fling. 4 p.m. Cantus Choirs. The Choralis Cantus youth choirs invite you to join them for some spring fun and frivolity as they present their final concert of the season. Tickets are $10 and a reception follows. At Falls Church Presbyterian Church, 225 East Broad St., Falls Church. Visit or 703-237-2499.

Falls Church Home & Garden Tour. Noon to 4 p.m. Will feature distinctive homes and gardens in Arlington and Falls Church City. Tickets $20/online; $25/door are now available. Visit, click on the "Tickets and Tour Information" button, and follow the prompts to pay securely via PayPal. Ticket pickup will take place the morning of the tour at Mount Daniel Elementary School, 2328 North Oak Street, Falls Church. Because ticket sales on the day of the tour will be limited, it is strongly recommended that patrons purchase tickets in advance. Visit or email

Monday/April 23

Northern Virginia Mineral Club. 7:45 p.m. The Northern Virginia Mineral Club promotes, educates and encourages interest in geology, mineralogy, lapidary arts and related sciences. Meetings are held at 7:45 p.m. on the fourth Monday of each month (except two in Summer and December) at Long Branch Nature Center, 625 Carlin Springs Road, Arlington. Call 703-228-6535. No meetings in July and August. Visitors are Always Welcome at our Club Meetings.

Tuesday/April 24

Pershing's Own. 7:3 p.m. Duets and arias from some of the most popular operas in the repertoire, performed by MSG Antonio Giuliano, tenor, SFC Leigh Ann Hinton, soprano, SSG Pamela Terry, mezzo soprano, and SSG Joel Ayau, piano

At Memorial Chapel, Bldg. 480; McNair Road, Ft. Myer.

Garden Club Tour. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission: $25. Featuring four private Arlington homes and gardens built in the early to mid 20th century, this tour takes visitors through the neighborhoods built as early suburbs of Washington, D.C. Sponsored by The Garden Club of Fairfax. Ticket price includes admission to the following 5 locations:

  • Benjamin home and garden, 3131. N. Abingdon St., Arlington;

  • Fore-Sauer home and garden, 4665 N. 34th St., Arlington;

  • DeGross home and garden,3510 N. Pershing Dr., Arlington;

  • McNair home and garden, 4527 Rock Spring Rd., Arlington;

  • The Gulf Branch Nature Center in Arlington – 3608 Military Rd. A guided tour at 11 a.m. focusing on wildflowers and a program at 2 p.m. about bees.

Advance ticket sales through April 10. Full advance ticket $20. Contact Mary Whipple at Send self-addressed, stamped, legal size envelope with check(s), payable to The Garden Club of Fairfax, by April 10, 2012 to: Marty Whipple, 11508 Yates Ford Road, Fairfax, Station, VA 22039.

Refreshments: Complimentary punch and cookies will be served at Memorial Baptist Church in Arlington until 3 p.m.

Tickets also sold tour day at Memorial Baptist Church: 3455 N. Glebe Road, Arlington.

For more information about the tour, contact Johanna Rucker at Visit

Wednesday/April 25

The U.S. Army Blues and Downrange. 7 p.m. Twilight Tattoo. At Summerall Field, Ft. Myer.

Bullying Prevention Symposium. 8:30 a.m. Free. With the goal of providing youth with the skills they need to treat each other with understanding and

respect. Presented by the Fairfax Partnership for Youth. At the James Lee Community Center Theater, 2855-A Annandale Road, Annandale. Register online at

Thursday/April 26

Week of the Young Child. Health and Safety Fun Fair. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. At Inova Fairfax Hospital atrium, 3300 Gallows Road, Falls Church. Join in celebrating the “little” reasons why we love our work! There will be informational booths, exhibits, and door prizes.

Saturday/April 28

Boundary Stone Bike Tour. 9:15 a.m. Bike for 35 Miles Visiting Boundary Stones and Parks. Cycle on the Mount Vernon Bike Trail, Four Mile Run Bike Trail, Washington and Old Dominion Railroad Bike Trail and area streets. Meet at the entrance to East Falls Church Metro Station. Sponsored by Center Hiking Club (; cost: $2 (non-member fee). Contact: Bernie Berne at 703-243-0179 or

Aprilfest Spring Sale. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Walker Chapel United Methodist Church will hold an Aprilfest Spring Sale. Used books, plants, and bagged mulch will be featured, as well as a cafe serving sandwiches and drinks and a bake sale. A wide variety of locally grown bedding plants, both annual and perennial, will be available. Proceeds from the sale support Walker Chapel ministries. Go to or call 703-538-5200. Walker Chapel is located at 4102 North Glebe Road, Arlington.

April 28 and 29

"Swan Lake Ballet." April 28 and 29 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.; April 29 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $30/adults; $20/children, students and seniors. At the Northern Virginia Community College, Annandale Campus in the Ernst Community Cultural Center Theater. For tickets, visit Call 703-249-8227. A limited number of general admission tickets is available for the Working Stage Rehearsal on April 27 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased online at but must be purchased in advance. Call 703 249-8227.

Wednesday/May 2

The U.S. Army Blues and Downrange. 7 p.m. Twilight Tattoo. At Summerall Field, Ft. Myer.

Thursday/May 3

Fashion Show. 7 p.m. cocktail reception; 8:30 p.m. show. Marymount University’s Portfolio in Motion 2012 student fashion show promises a glimpse into a Gilded Forest, where the line between reality and fantasy blurs. Eileen Fisher will receive the Designer of the Year Award at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $100. At the Rose Bente Lee Center, Marymount University, 2807 North Glebe Road, Arlington. contact Suzanne Catucci – 703-526-6814.

Saturday/May 5

May Festival. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be an obstacle course, two other moon bounces, cotton candy, popsicles along with many games. Gift baskets for children and adults. At Nottingham Elementary School, 5900 Little Falls Road, Arlington. Tickets for games are $.50 each. Call 703-228-5290.

Wednesday/May 9

Arlington Free Clinic Night. 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Admission is $10/door. Help support medical care for the uninsured. At Whitlow's on Wilson, 2854 Wilson Blvd., Arlington. Visit

Free Health Screenings. 5 to 8 p.m. Provided by Commonwealth Medical Center. Testing for Blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar. Results in 5 minutes. No Appointment needed. More info at

May 9 and 16

"Becoming a Professional Artist." 7 to 9 p.m. Class taught by artist Cindy Ann Coldiron, who is a professional recycled glass artist and author of the book, "Sculpture and Design with Recycled Glass." Part of the Arlington County Adult Education Program. Topics include how to properly enter juried shows, art licensing, proposals for book, agents, art grants and avoiding art scams. Arl. Res. $49 Arl. Sr. $35 Non-Arl. Res. $65 Non-Arl. Res. Sr. $49. Visit

May 10 to June 2

"Las Quiero a las Dos" ("I Want Them Both") by Ricardo Talesnik (Argentina). At Gunston Arts Center, Theater Two, 2700 S. Lang St., Arlington. Thursdays at 8 p.m. and Saturday matinees at 3 p.m. Tickets are $30 and $25. Sponsored by Teatro de la Luna. Call 703-548-3092;

Thursday/May 10

Pershing's Own Concert Series. 7:30 p.m. The U.S. Army Strings usher in spring with a delightful evening of light classical favorites and Pops-style patriotic classics

*Live Audio Broadcast via At

Brucker Hall, Ft. Myer.

Friday/May 11

Encore Chorale Spring Concert. 7:30 p.m. Free. Encore Chorale, the nation’s largest choral program for older adults, will present the Virginia Encore Chorales of Langston Brown Senior Center, Goodwin Houses of Alexandria and Baileys Crossroads, George Mason University Potomac Academy, Springfield and Virginia residents of Smithsonian Encore Chorale in a spring concert. At Washington-Lee High School, 1301 N. Stafford St., Arlington. Call Encore at 301-261-5747 or visit

May 12

Annual Walk for the Animals. 9:30 a.m. Proceeds benefit the homeless animals in the community. Sponsored by the Animal Welfare League of Arlington. At Bluemont Park, 329 N. Manchester St., Arlington.

Wednesday/May 16

The U.S. Army Blues and Downrange. 7 p.m. Twilight Tattoo. At Summerall Field, Ft. Myer.

Thursday/May 17

Holistic Moms Meeting. 7 to 9 p.m. Featuring Optimal Dental Facial Developments for Children, presentation by Dr. Felix Liao of Whole Health Dental. At Arlington United Methodist Church, 716 S. Glebe Road, Arlington. Visit

Contact: HolisticMomsArlAlex (at) gmail (dot) com

or call Jessica at 703-824-6167.

Friday/May 18

Pershing's Own Concert Series. 7:30 p.m. This evening will highlight several of our premier groups: The U.S. Army Brass Quintet, a quartet of musicians from The U.S. Army Strings, and one of the few remaining full-time big-bands in the country, The U.S. Army Blues. Live Audio Broadcast via At Brucker Hall, Ft. Myer.

May 18 to June 24

Artomatic Returns to Crystal City. Free. Artomatic is known for transforming empty spaces into vibrant arts communities that celebrate creativity and create a unique and exciting event for visitors. Anyone can show art at Artomatic - there is no criteria to participate, and art is selected on a first-come, first serve basis. Artomatic will take over the Transwestern Presidential Tower, entrance at 2511 S. Clark St. in Crystal City. Special opening night celebration on May 18.

May 18

Bike to Work Day. Join Virginia commuters and leave your car behind to cycle to work for Bike to Work Day 2012 — a regional event that last year drew a record-breaking 11,000 participants. Cyclists can register, find pit stop locations and learn how to join a commuter convoy at, or call 800-745-RIDE.

Saturday/May 19

Huge Flea Market. 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. At Great Falls United Methodist Church, 10100 Georgetown Pike, Great Falls. Spaces available to rent for $20 to sell your treasures or donate items for the church to sell. Contact Carol Wesley Wright (703) 582-1640

Argentine Festival. Doors open at 4 p.m. Cost is $20/advance; $30/door. Brimming with authentic foods, crafts and top Tango and folkloric performers direct from Argentina. Featuring Tais (folk singer) and Son Ellas (folk balladeer); Daniel Bouchet, Tango Showman; Miguel Dure, folk-tango singer; Pampa Cortes, Argentine dance star (with Gigi Jensen); Victorio Menghi, tango fusion world tour, and more. For tickets, visit or 202-681-9491. At the Thomas Jefferson Community Center and Theater, 125 South Old Glebe Road, Arlington. Visit or call 703-212-5850.

Wednesday/May 23

The U.S. Army Blues and Downrange. 7 p.m. Twilight Tattoo. At Summerall Field, Ft. Myer.

May 28

Northern Virginia Mineral Club. 7:45 p.m. The Northern Virginia Mineral Club promotes, educates and encourages interest in geology, mineralogy, lapidary arts and related sciences. Meetings are held at 7:45 p.m. on the fourth Monday of each month (except two in Summer and December) at Long Branch Nature Center, 625 Carlin Springs Road, Arlington. Call 703-228-6535. No meetings in July and August. Visitors are Always Welcome at our Club Meetings.

May 27

Aloha kaakou. Noon. Delight in the grace and spirit of the Hokuhula dancers, the kanaka of Hawaii, appearing at the Ft. Myer Officers' Club. Elegant Brunch, including champagne, orange juice, coffee, and desserts. Meet other singles living near you, dine, socialize. Photo ID required at the Wright Gate, end of N. Meade Street and Marshall Dr., adjacent to the Iwo Jima Memorial, and the Hatfield Gate, Washington Blvd. Free parking at Club. All proceeds support the Officers' Club. Reservations 301-530-4884.

Wednesday/May 30

The U.S. Army Blues and Downrange. 7 p.m. Twilight Tattoo, At Summerall Field, Ft. Myer.

June 25

Northern Virginia Mineral Club. 7:45 p.m. The Northern Virginia Mineral Club promotes, educates and encourages interest in geology, mineralogy, lapidary arts and related sciences. Meetings are held at 7:45 p.m. on the fourth Monday of each month (except two in Summer and December) at Long Branch Nature Center, 625 Carlin Springs Road, Arlington. Call 703-228-6535. No meetings in July and August. Visitors are Always Welcome at our Club Meetings.

June 26 to 30, 2012

“The Lost Songs of Broadway: 1960’s” Part of Signature Theatre's Cabaret Series. Single tickets for $35. Call Ticketmaster at 703-573-SEAT (7328) or the Signature Box Office at 703-820-9771. At Signature's ARK Theatre. Visit