Arlington Magazine - March-April 2017

Locally Made

Mark your calendar for the fifth annual Handmade Arlington juried art and crafts show, which takes place at Swanson Middle School on April 1 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., featuring art, décor, gifts and jewelry from more than 45 local and regional artisans. Past finds have included original drawings and greeting cards by Fast Snail, wearable art from local…

The War on Polio

The vaccine trial that curbed a nationwide epidemic started at Franklin Sherman Elementary School.

The vaccine trial that curbed a nationwide epidemic started at Franklin Sherman Elementary School.

Drinking in Williamsburg

Discover microbreweries, wineries, distilleries and meaderies along Williamburg's Tasting Trail.

Discover microbreweries, wineries, distilleries and meaderies along Williamburg’s Tasting Trail.

Where Harriet Tubman Walked

Retrace the trail from slavery to freedom at Maryland's new Underground Railroad Visitor Center.

Retrace the trail from slavery to freedom at Maryland’s new Underground Railroad Visitor Center.

Save the Salamanders!

The Long Branch and Gulf Branch nature centers need volunteers to help protect migrating amphibians this spring.

The Long Branch and Gulf Branch nature centers need volunteers to help protect migrating amphibians this spring.