LVCA General Meeting, Mar 12, 8pm

The March meeting will include reports on recent police activity, tips on sustainable gardening practices, and an overview of the Arlington Animal Welfare League. The meeting will be held Monday, March 12 at 8pm at the Lyon Village Community House.

Cornhole Tournament, Feb 24, 3pm

Arlington Cornhole and the Lyon Village Citizens Association will be hosting a cornhole tournament on Saturday, February 24 to benefit the upcoming Lyon Village Community House remodel. The tournament will be held at the Community House, play will begin at 3pm, we'll be open at 2:30pm for people that want to come early and hang out with their neighbors or throw some bags socially.  continue reading »

LV Holiday Party, Dec 10, 4-6pm

Mark your calendars for the Lyon Village Holiday Party on Sunday, December 10, beginning at 4:00pm. We ask Lyon Village neighbors to bring appetizers, finger foods, and/or desserts. The Community House will provide non-alcoholic beverages, wine and even a hot chocolate bar (both children’s and adult versions). Santa and his elves will visit from 4:00-5:00pm. And we will also offer cookie decorating and holiday crafts.  continue reading »

LVCA General Meeting, Nov 13, 8pm

The next General Meeting will feature the following topics:  continue reading »

Annual Spaghetti Dinner - November 4

Join us for a night of fun and camaraderie at the Lyon Village Community House. First seating is 5–6:30pm; the second is 7–8:30pm. Adults $10, children $5. The menu includes spaghetti with marinara or meat sauce, salad, and garlic bread. Also available for purchase will be wine, soda, and baked goods.  continue reading »

Neighborhood Yard Sale, Oct 21, 8am-1pm

On Saturday, October 21 from 8am-1pm, homes across Lyon Village will be setting out their trash and treasures. To participate, please email Tony Abreu at tony dot abreu at gmail dot com and give him your address. Participants will sell items in front of their houses. We will advertise the sale with a list of participating addresses so folks will be able to easily find all the houses. You also can indicate in advance whether you would like a non-profit to stop by your house to pick up any leftovers at the end of the sale.

LVCA Candidates Night, Oct 9, 8pm

Come hear directly from candidates for County Board and School Board. The County Board candidates are Erik Gutshall, Audrey Clement, and Charles McCullough. The School Board candidates are Monique O’Grady, Mike Webb, and Alison Priscilla Dough. Each candidate will provide opening remarks followed by a question-and- answer session and then closing remarks. This is your opportunity to hear from the candidates and ask them questions on the issues that you are most concerned about. Joining us will be the North Highlands Civic Association and the Clarendon Courthouse Civic Association.  continue reading »

July 4 Parade and Picnic

A great tradition continues! We hope you will decorate your bikes/scooters/strollers/walkers or even yourselves and join us for our July 4th parade and picnic on Tuesday, July 4, 2017.

The parade will begin promptly at 11:00am at the corner of Key Blvd. and Highland Streets. Line up on 17th Street, just off of Highland Street starting at 10:30am. Included in the parade will be antique cars, and police and fire vehicles. If you would like to drive your antique car in the parade, please email John Carten at GJCarten at verizon dot net.  continue reading »

LVCH Bingo Night, May 19, 6pm

A Lyon Village Bingo Night will be held Friday, May 19 from 6-9pm at the Community House. Prizes will take the form of a Yankee Swap. To participate, each participant must arrive with a $10 item to contribute — one item per participant. Tacos, pizza, and beverages for all ages will be available for purchase (cash preferred; credit card accepted, minimum $10 purchase). This is a neighborhood-only event. As always, we need assistance with community events, so please volunteer at lvchevents at gmail dot com. That’s a Bingo!

LVCA General Meeting, May 8, 8pm

The next General Meeting will feature the popular annual real estate overview. The meeting will start with a brief update by the Arlington County Police District Two Team on police activity around Lyon Village and Clarendon. The real estate presentation will feature a discussion of the real estate market and sales trends in Lyon Village.  continue reading »

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