Welcome to the FCA!
Fairlington Park Community Meeting, June 29
Join Arlington County’s Department of Parks and Recreation to learn about plans for Fairlington Park, which is outside the Fairlington Community Center. The meeting will be held at the community center at 3308 S. Stafford St. on Wednesday, June 29, at 6:30 pm. Learn more about the project at https://projects.arlingtonva.us/projects/fairlington-park-project/.
July 2016 All Fairlington Bulletin
July 4 Parade and No Kid Hungry Bake Sale
Come celebrate Independence Day with your Fairlington neighbors at the annual July 4th Parade! Decorate your strollers, wagons, bikes, scooters, kids, dogs, cats—even yourselves—in red, white, and blue and meet up with your neighbors at the Fairlington firehouse, 3116 S. Abingdon St., at 9:45 am. Led by the perennial fife and drum corps, the parade begins at 10 am and marches along S. Abingdon St., concluding at the Fairlington Villages Community Center parking lot, 3005 S. Abingdon St. If marching is not your style, join the spectators cheering along the sidelines. After the parade, take part in the community-wide after party that includes free cold drinks, ice cream, and hot dogs. Curious children can climb aboard Engine 107 after it finishes bringing up the end of the parade.
The 14th Annual No Kid Hungry Bake Sale will also take place at the event. Please bring home baked treats of muffins, cookies, cakes, and pies to the table in the North Fairlington Community Center, 3005 S. Abingdon, between 9 and 10 in the morning. No fillings or frosting please.
Each year, hundreds of area residents take part in what has become a Fairlington tradition, co-sponsored by Fairlington Villages and the FCA. Volunteers are needed to make this event a success. For more information about helping out with this popular event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is the Fairlington Citizens Association?
The Fairlington Citizens Association (FCA) is about you. All residents are members and an executive board is elected annually. The FCA’s mission is to promote activities that make Fairlington a better community in which to live by serving as a forum for discussion of residents’ concerns and by representing Fairlington’s views to local government.