Perfect Fall weather is what we have in store this weekend so our suggestion is get outside!

Check out this weekend’s things to do around town.

BIKE or HIKE
Bike Arlington has maps, trails and ideas on how to get outdoors and ride. For hiking, or if you aren’t quite up for hiking, walk around Arlington’s trails. Pack a picnic and really enjoy the weather.

OKTOBERFEST
(Family Friendly @ Shirlington Village Library)
Saturday, Oct 4, 10 AM- 4:30 PM
Crafts and Games: Join the Library for family friendly activities during Oktoberfest.

Shirlington Library – MOVIE MATINEE
Sunday, Oct. 5, 2 PM
Family Movie Matinee: Monsters, INC. (2001)

COX FARMS FALL FESTIVAL
Saturday & Sunday
Celebrate the season in a pumpkin patch with giant slides.

CLASSIKA THEATRE

“A Classical Fool” Playing 9/27 – 11/16
A pantomime performance for children about a fool who falls in love with a beautiful woman.

RUMPLESTILZKIN
Charter Theatre – 9/13 – 10/12
by The Brothers Grimm
adapted and directed by Doug Wilder

RALPH’S WORLD
Jammin Java
Sunday, October 5th
Music for kids! As seen on Disney, Ralph’s World is the musical place where little guys and gals and their folks can rock rock rock and sing sing sing along without overdosing on sucrose. You can go to the bottom of the sea to the driver’s seat of a big rig to swinging on a jungle vine in just a few songs.

ARLINGTON CINEMA DRAFT HOUSE
Sunday, Oct. 5th
The Great Zucchini – (Ages 2 – 6)
Hilarious, comedy-magic show for young audiences.

ALSO… for the young at heart (I may have to go to this myself).

Family Night at the Old Arlington
Sunday Oct 5 2008
“Goonies”

Let us know if we’ve missed anything.
Email us at arlingtonkids@gmail.com.

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