Neighborhood Network News: May 5, 2021
By Office of Communication
Posted on May 05, 2021, May 05, 2021

It's starting to feel like summer, and not just because the temperature is climbing. Live music is returning to the Levitt Pavilion, neighbors are getting together again safely and school is wrapping up. Lean in and enjoy with a to-do list you won't mind tackling. 

✅ #ProtectArlington

Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is easier than ever. You can now search your local pharmacies online, register through Tarrant County or simply walk in to a number of sites in Arlington. No matter what option you choose, vaccines are safe, effective and free. Thank you for doing your part to protect Arlington. 

✅ Mark Your Calendars for Live Music

The Levitt Pavilion, in Downtown Arlington, is back for its 2021 season. The free shows begin Friday, May 7 with performances all weekend long, from a variety of artists. Click here for the full 2021 lineup.

✅ Meet the Neighbors 

Arlington is pleased to offer a free block party trailer and permits for your next block party. The trailer includes tables, chairs, picnic tables, coolers, water coolers, yard games and more. Click here to learn more.

✅ Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

The Arlington Public Library is hosting a full month of events to celebrate Asian Pacific Heritage Month. Honor the culture, traditions and history with in-person and virtual programming. Click here to learn more. 

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