12:00 pm-4:00 pm
Cherrydale Business Alliance (CBA) in collaboration with Cherrydale Citizens Association will host its second annual Discover Cherrydale event on October 25 from 12-4 p.m.
The event will include vendor booths, a beer garden, food trucks, face painting, corn hole, moon bounce and other community activities. Rain or shine the event will go on.
At the event, there will also be a fall/winter coat drive. Participants are encouraged to bring new or slightly used coats or winter items. These items will be distributed by Nauck Community Services Center at a later date to those in need. Cash donations will also be accepted.
Candy and stickers will be provided at booths and businesses, so children have the opportunity to dress up early for Halloween.
Sponsors for this year’s Discover Cherrydale event include Safeway, Cherrydale Health and Rehabilitation Center, Koons Toyota, and Gaijin Ramen Shop.
Discover Cherrydale was founded as an event to elevate and celebrate the uniqueness of the Cherrydale community.
“There are very few communities like this still in Arlington where some businesses have been in their location for 40 years.” said Lyndsey DePalma, CBA co-founder. “That’s why I’m excited that the business alliance is again joining forces with the citizens association of Cherrydale to bring back the festival that celebrates how unique we really are!”
Cherrydale is located in North Arlington approximately a mile away from Ballston and Clarendon. To navigate to the event, use the following address, 3713 Lee Hwy., Arlington, VA.
For more information about Discover Cherrydale, contact the organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit cherrydalebusiness.org/dc/.
ABOUT CHERRYDALE BUSINESS ALLIANCE:
Cherrydale Business Alliance, chartered in 2014, works closely to raise Cherrydale’s brand awareness. The organization also seeks to bring enhanced visibility to Cherrydale stores, energize the business community along the Cherrydale/Maywood Lee Highway corridor, attract businesses that bring similar energy and act as a unified voice to the county.