27 Things to Do in June
Summer brings live music festivals, outdoor movies, a cycling classic and Taste of Del Ray.
Where: Lubber Run Amphitheater, 200 N. Columbus St., Arlington
When: June 14-Sept. 15
The summer-long Lubber Run concert series—now in its 50th year—begins with Grammy-nominated jazz artist Raul Midón on Friday, June 14 (and some free ice cream from a vintage Good Humor truck) and continues with D.C.-based singer-songwriter Justin Jones on Saturday. Free.
Where: Fred Schnider Gallery of Art, 888 N. Quincy St., #102, Arlington
When: June 14-Aug. 19
McLean-based abstract painter Chee-Keong Kung is said to infuse his work with elements of both the natural and man-made world, as well as visual references to his native Singapore. Free.
Where: Arlington Mill Community Center (909 S. Dinwiddie St., Arlington), Penrose Square (2597 Columbia Pike, Arlington)
When: June 14-Aug. 24
The Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization celebrates “heroes and sheroes” this year in their series of film selections. The season gets started with Moana on June 14 (at Arlington Mill) and Black Panther on June 15 (at Penrose Square). Free.
Where: Falls Church City Hall Grounds, 300 Park Ave., Falls Church
When: June 15, 10 a.m.
Entries in the 2019 Falls Church “Scenes in the City” Plein Air Festival will be on display and winners of the two-month-long competition announced at noon at the Falls Church Farmers Market. Free.
Where: Filene Center at Wolf Trap, 1551 Trap Road, Vienna
When: June 15, 8 p.m.
Chances are (sorry, had to) you’ve heard Johnny Mathis sing a ballad or two in your day. But have you heard him live? See the legendary vocalist make some on-stage magic happen at Wolf Trap. $30-$85.