Rosslyn Refresh: Earth Day Happy Hour
Date and Time for this Past Event
- Friday, Apr 22, 2022 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Join us from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Central Place Plaza for a happy hour to kick off our flower market weekends! There will be a bar hosted by Open Road, including specialty floral cocktails to celebrate Earth Day and get you in the spring mood, as well as beer and wine for purchase.
During the happy hour, there will also be live music, vendor booths from Arlington Friends of Urban Agriculture, Save the B, Arlington Boathouse Foundation, Northern Virginia Conservation Trust, and an opportunity to get your own mini terracotta pot! This giveaway is free, but is limited to the first 30 people, so be sure to arrive early!
Please note: We’re following guidelines to ensure you feel safe while having a great time participating in our programming! Please review the most up-to-date Virginia guidance surrounding COVID-19 before attending any in-person events.
Arlington Friends of Urban Agriculture
Arlington Friends of Urban Agriculture’s mission is to build a resilient, community-driven urban agriculture sector that provides a fair, healthy, sustainable food system for all Arlingtonians. FOUA, an Arlington based nonprofit organization incorporated in 2019, is run by a volunteer board of directors.
Save the B
The mission at Save the Bees is simple: to provide high-quality beekeeping services and honey products for our valued clients. Our team of beekeepers go above and beyond to cater to each backyard beehive’s specific needs. On a routine basis, our experienced beekeepers will visit your backyard hives to perform the required maintenance to ensure your honeybees are healthy and productive.
Arlington Boathouse Foundation
Arlington Boathouse Foundation's mission is to work with the Arlington County government and National Park Service to build a community boathouse facility downriver from Key Bridge in Rosslyn. The Arlington Community Boathouse will offer an important new point of access for community members to appreciate and enjoy the Potomac as one of the area's most precious natural and recreational resources.
Northern Virginia Conservation Trust
The Northern Virginia Conservation Trust's mission is to add to and sustain abundant, thriving natural places in our Virginia communities. The Trust conserves land that has natural, historical, and cultural value to our communities. They work every single day to preserve the land, water, and character of Northern Virginia. They have protected more than 8,000 acres and currently serve more than three million residents.