Week Ahead: Quartet San Francisco, Little Red Robin Hood and a Workers Support Group

There's also the Arlington Farmers Market and a sing-along event for children at Fox Library.

Here’s what’s on tap in Arlington this week:

: Today at 7:30 p.m., multiple Grammy-nominated Quartet San Francisco returns to , performing selections from jazz to tango, pop to funk, blues to bluegrass, gypsy swing to big band and beyond. 

: Calling all talented youth. Do you make jewelry? Greeting cards? Magnet art? Do you sew, knit or paint? Bring your art work to sell at the Robbins Library’s Summer Craft Fair. The event runs from 10 a.m.-noon on Tuesday, Aug. 9, for ages 8 to 18.

: This event for children happens on Tuesday, Aug. 9, 10-10:30 a.m., at .

Weekly on Tuesdays, this support group is for networking ant transition at work. The event begins at 10 a.m. at .

: The  happens every Wednesday, 2-6:30 p.m.,at the Russell Common parking lot in Arlington Center. Check out some of the vendors featured right here, on Arlington Patch's .

In Little Red, the scarlet-caped hero travels through Sherwood Forest with his basket promising to steal from the rich grandma to give to the poor grandma against the wolf's wishes. The actors will be hoping for volunteer assistance of young audience members in this fun-filled and dramatic presentation. Ideally suited for ages 3 years and up. Space is limited, so be sure to pick up a ticket a 30 min prior to the performance.

For more of what's happening in and around town, visit Arlington Patch's list of events.


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