Valentine’s Day Celebration Ideas

Valentine’s Day Celebration Ideas

Valentine's Day Celebration Ideas

With somewhat more than a week until Valentine’s Day (February 14), now is a decent time to make a few arrangements so all the great reservations aren’t taken. Numerous eateries offer exceptional menus for the enormous day, yet there are a lot of different alternatives for celebrating in Arlington other than going out to supper.

Here is an inspecting of a portion of the more extraordinary approaches to treat your Valentine:

Taste on an uncommon mixed drink at TNT Bar’s (2413 Columbia Pike) “My Bloody Valentine” occasion, including mixed drinks motivated by “ghastly thrillers.” Drinks, for example, the “Candyman 1992” and “Cherish Object 2003” can be obtained independently or as a major aspect of a tasting menu for two.

Put on your skates and clasp hands while taking a couple laps around the ice skating arena at Pentagon Row (1201 S. Joyce Street). The arena is open until 10:00 p.m. on Valentine’s Day.

Pacers are spreading the affection somewhat right on time, with the Love the Run You’re With 5K on Sunday (February 10). Runners will get hued kiddie aprons in light of their relationship status — green for single, red for in a relationship and yellow for “it’s confused.” The race starts at 9:00 a.m. at Pentagon Row and expenses $40. Enrollment is accessible on the web.

Valentine’s Day isn’t only for grown-ups. Adolescents are welcome to partake in the Broken Hearts Party at the Central Library (1015 N. Quincy Street) on February 14. The festival of adoration, warmth and misfortune will incorporate enriching broken heart treats, playing trivia diversions, listening to music and rating which tragedy books require the most tissues. The free occasion keeps running from 4:00-6:00 p.m.

Employ a singing wire from Potomac Harmony Chorus. A ladies’ quartet will sing two tunes for your adored one and present him or her with a card and box of treat. Estimating is accessible on the web. All requests must be put by this Friday, February 8.

The Arlington Cinema and Draft house (2903 Columbia Pike) is serving up wine, satire and two showings of The Princess Bride. For $8, clients can take in a high quality comic drama indicates took after by a review of The Princess Bride. Tickets are accessible online for both the 7:00 p.m. also, 9:50 p.m. occasions. Entryways open at 6:30 p.m. for a discretionary wine sampling.

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