Highland Street in the Clarendon District of Arlington will be transformed into an outdoor art gallery this summer when the Arlington Festival of the Arts debuts on June 22 –… Read more →
We apologize for any inconvenience. CA staff are doing their best to keep the site functional as we make these important changes. Please contact the Clarendon Alliance at 703-812-8881, or by email at email@example.com if you have questions, or experience any issues. (P.S. We know there is an issue with Windows XP computers which run (because they have to) Internet… Read more →
The Clarendon Alliance would like to welcome Shells Yes! to the Clarendon Farmers Market. Hailing from Chester, Maryland, Shells Yes! is a “True Blue Certified” purveyor of Maryland crabs. Known for their crab cakes, Shells Yes! brings a wide variety of local (and delicious) products to Clarendon each Wednesday. Make it a point to stop by and say hello!
A brand new Art Festival is coming to Clarendon. At its April 29 Annual Meeting, Executive Director Matt Hussmann announced that the Clarendon Alliance would partner with the Arlington Arts Center and Howard Alan to present the Arlington Festival of the Arts on June 22 and 23 in Clarendon. More than 150 artists are expected to participate in this juried… Read more →
The Clarendon Alliance will hold its Annual Meeting on Monday, April 29, at Whitlow’s-on-Wilson. The purpose of the meeting is to elect Board members for the Clarendon Alliance. The Annual Meeting will begin with a networking hour at 5:30 with appetizers and a cash bar. Around 6:30 or so (when we have a quorum) we will call the meeting to… Read more →
The Clarendon Farmers Market is entering its 15th season, and the applications are now being accepted. Please click on the headline or the poster to open this post, and then you will be able to use the links below. Click here for general information about the Market, click here for the Market rules, and click here for the online application…. Read more →
The 15th Annual Clarendon-Courthouse Mardi Gras Parade will be held Tuesday, February 12, at 8 PM along Wilson Boulevard between North Barton and North Irving Streets. Once again the Clarendon Alliance will organize the largest and best Mardi Gras parade in the metro area, and you are cordially invited to participate! For more information, please click here.
Small Business Saturday is sort of the antithesis to “Black Friday”. Not much driving, no crush of bargain hunters, but still, good deals from locally owned businesses. What’s not to like? Basically, Small Business Saturday is a reminder that we “consumers” have choices about where we shop, and that those choices have economic consequences. The Clarendon Alliance has long supported… Read more →
“Urban real estate scholar Christopher B. Leinberger has studied neighborhoods in the Washington region and makes that case that walkable, urban places have overtaken the drivable suburban environment as the dominant form of real estate development in the area. “Clarendon is the top urban retail and entertainment destination in Virginia, hands down. There is further development capacity in the neighborhood’s… Read more →