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‘Toulouse-Lautrec and the Post Impressionists’ Exhibit Comes to Arlington

It will feel like summer in Paris when Arlington Museum of Art blooms with the “Toulouse-Lautrec and the Post Impressionists,” an exhibit featuring nearly 200 prints, drawings and posters from avant-garde Post-Impressionist artists. The exhibit runs May 16-August 16, 2015. Visit the Arlington Museum of Art website for hours, tickets prices, and other…

Green Oaks School Goes Green

A new walking path curves around Green Oaks School, inviting students to walk or bicycle. Nearby, tomatoes, herbs and vegetables will soon grow in two greenhouses. The amenities are part of the school’s nascent initiative, Going Green – Learning to Care for Ourselves, Our Community and Our Environment, launched with the…

Grant Helps Grace Lutheran Church Expand its Reach

The Arlington Tomorrow Foundation recently gave a $100,000 grant to Arlington’s Grace Lutheran Church’s Good Neighbor Revitalization Project. The primary vision of the Good Neighbor project is to fix broken family homes by forming and strengthening relationships in the Arlington community and allowing mentorship to take place, said Pastor Russell Hildebrandt.“We…