The 2nd Annual 'Walk on Washington'

April19ww6webThe United Neighborhoods Neighborhood Council (UNNC) and the Arlington Heights Neighborhood Association are partnering again for the 2nd Annual Walk On Washington along the Washington Blvd. business corridor of Arlington Heights, Angelus Vista and Western Heights.

The event is scheduled for May 4, 2019, from noon to 5 pm and will take place on Washington Blvd between Bronson Avenue and Wilton Place.

The community will have a chance to explore the many  businesses, art galleries, restaurants, boutiques, historic architecture and entrepreneurs that serve this hidden historical and culturally diverse neighborhood.

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Over 30 participating businesses on the mile-long route between the Washington Irving Library and Wilton Place will open their doors to the public during the event, creating the opportunity for neighbors and the businesses to interact, with the goal of creating a stronger, more connected community.

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There will be local food, music, entertainment and community information all along the route.

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2018 businesses that participated included:

2426/Set Gallery

Amazing Grace Conservatory Bookshelves Gallery

Dynasty Upholstery

Eckhaus Latta Hatch Escape Rooms

Mi Pueblito Viejo Restaurant

Mother Culture Love

Natraliart Restaurant

Print Plus Now

Radha Yoga

Regime Des Fleurs

Soul On Ice

Surfas Culinary District

The Kristina Kite Gallery

The Underground Museum

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