Jane’s Walk: Arlington
Every year on the first weekend in May, people all over the world take part in Jane’s Walks to activate the ideas of Jane Jacobs, legendary advocate for neighborhoods, and to support a community-based approach to city building through citizen-led walking tours. During these walks participants observe, reflect, share, question, and collectively reimagine the places in which they live, visit, work, and play.
Join WalkArlington and local landscape architects Ana Quintana and Lan Hogue on the first inaugural Jane’s Walk in Arlington. Chosen for their history and changing urban landscape, the Clarendon and Courthouse neighborhoods are ideal to stretch our collective imaginations. We will start and finish at the Courthouse Farmer’s Market. There is no need to bring anything but yourselves and comfortable walking shoes.
This event is free and open to people of all ages and abilities. Registration is required.
This event will be held rain or shine.
GETTING TO THE EVENT
The event will begin and end at Arlington Farmers Market in Courthouse, which is served by Metrorail and Metrobus, ART bus, multi-use trails, car-sharing, and Capital Bikeshare. Use Car Free Near Me to check out your transportation options.
Contact WalkArlington at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
To learn more about the Toronto-based organization that created this event, visit JanesWalk.org/ .