Neighborhood Network News: Nov. 17, 2021
By Office of Communication
Posted on November 17, 2021, November 17, 2021

Learn about family friendly fall crafting options, a canned food drive to benefit Mission Arlington, Arlington Fire Department tips for safe holiday cooking, and where you can discover more about the world of dinosaurs in this week's Neighborhood Network News.

Fall Into Crafting with Arlington Public Library

Join in for crafts in the Makerspace and visit other Arlington Public Library locations this fall for a variety of fun festive classes for all ages. The Makerspace is a place that has many creative machines designed to help you with any craft or hobby you want to embark on. Sewing machines, 3D printers, a laser cutter, embroidery machines, and a large open space to help you craft the day away. Click here to check out the Arlington Public Library's calendar for more fun, creative and education classes.

Help Arlington Golf ‘Drive Away Hunger’ This Month

Arlington Golf is encouraging its patrons to pick up some extra canned goods this month “fore” a good cause.

Bring in three canned good items to any Arlington Golf facility from now through Wednesday, Nov. 24 and receive a 15% discount on your round of golf (greens fee and cart) or a 10% discount on food and non-alcoholic drinks purchases at Ventana Grille or Home Plate. This great cause will help re-stock the shelves of Mission Arlington and help drive away hunger! Click here for more details.

Arlington Fire Department Tips for Safe Holiday Cooking

As we approach Thanksgiving, people will enjoy delicious meals and the activities associated with their preparation.

Unfortunately, Thanksgiving is the leading day of the year for home fires involving cooking activities and equipment. In our latest episode of Ask Arlington, Arlington Fire Lieutenant Jasiel Zapata provides some guidelines and tips to keep all safe during this time. Click here for helpful advice and make sure you’re ready for the holidays at home.

Discover Dinosaurs at River Legacy Nature Center

 Dinosaur Safari, a new immersive traveling exhibit for children and families, runs until February 12, 2022, in River Legacy Nature Center’s Discovery Room. The nearly 2,000-square-foot exhibit features animatronic baby dinosaurs, a virtual jeep ride, a dino dig and other hands-on stations that help children imagine themselves as paleontologists.

 Tickets can be purchased in-person in the Nature Center gift shop. Prices are $10 for adults, $7 for children ages 3 and up, and $9 for seniors. Click here for more details.

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