22 Apr 3 Affordable Ways to Plug In on Columbia Pike this Weekend!
Looking for something different to do this weekend?
If you want to try something new and you’re unfamiliar with South Arlington, Columbia Pike is the place to start. If you live here on the Pike, maybe you’d like to tap into some walkable options and save those transportation dollars.
We’ve got three options for you to fill the weekend for less than $30!
Arlington Cinema and Drafthouse hosts Michelle Wolf live from Late with Seth Meyers. Doors open at 9:40pm, tickets are $25.
Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse on Columbia Pike
“Michelle Wolf is a NY-based writer and standup comedian and one of the fastest rising comedic talents in the city. She currently works as a writing supervisor on Late Night with Seth Meyers, where she also made her late night television debut as a comic in July 2014.”
Enjoy one of New York’s finest, right here on the Pike!
(And when the show is over, I suggest you make your way down to Bob & Edith’s Diner for some 24-hour charm – and pie!)
Bob & Edith’s Diner, open 24 hours on Columbia Pike
Check out the “Made in Arlington Pop-Up Retail Market” between 11am-3pm at the Arlington Mill Community Center. While you shop locally for your Mother’s Day / Father’s Day / graduation / just because gifts, you’ll also have the opportunity to enjoy a brilliant photo exhibit at the Community Center, “Living Diversity.”
This is a FREE event, and garage parking is also FREE for the first four hours!
Arlington Mill Community Center Gallery – 909 S Dinwiddie St, Arlington, VA 22204
Click here for more details!
Join in an outdoor vinyasa flow yoga class on Sunday morning at 11 am in Penrose Square Plaza. You’ll find the instructor, Lisa Marie Thalhammer, in the vicinity of the iconic Echo sculptures in the park — Sunday is International Sculpture Day!
More info here.
Whatever you choose, get out there and enjoy the weekend on Columbia Pike!
Lovely season for a bike ride!