Local history buffs, preservationists, and Arlingtonians alike are invited to attend the monthly gathering of the Historic Arlington Roundtable! Now in its fourth year, the informal Roundtable is an opportunity for all those interested in the significant places and heritage of Arlington to meet one another and chat about local preservation issues. This is not an organization; there are no by-laws, minutes, officers, or other formal structure. The program simply consists of attendees introducing themselves and sharing preservation-related news, followed by a short presentation by a local expert or organization.
The Historic Arlington Roundtable meets the first Tuesday of each month at the County Building at 2100 Clarendon Boulevard, Conference Room 715. The brown-bag lunches convene promptly at 12:15 pm and are over by 1:15 pm at the latest. Please call the Historic Preservation Program staff at 703-228-3830 to confirm the meeting room, location, and topic. Hope to see you there! To be added to the monthly e-mail notices that announce the monthly topics and speakers, please contact Connie Ramirez.
The Role of the National Trust for Historic Preservation in our Area
What's the Trust doing about St. Elizabeth's, Tomb of the Unknown, the Lincoln Cottage, etc., etc. - an illustrated talk with great photos
Director and Regional Attorney, Southern Field Office, National Trust for Historic Preservation
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Department of Community Planning,
Housing & Development
Neighborhood Services Division
2100 Clarendon Boulevard, Suite 700
Arlington, VA 22201
Please contact Rebecca Ballo with the Neighborhood Services Division with any questions or comments regarding the historic preservation pages on this website.