Six PIke buildings are ranked “Essential” in the recently released Historic Resources Inventory.
The photo-exhibit “Work in Progress” returns to a public space on the Pike: the CPRO-Office, 2611 Columbia Pike [map]. The Pike Documentary Project Photographer Team very generously loaned to CPRO some truly impressive pieces from their vast collection of photographs and personal stories of people on the Pike. The exhibit is a celebration of the [...]
CPRO invites you to another evening of Pike History. This time, Arlington Historian Sara Collins and Dr. Talmadge Williams of the Black Heritage Museum of Arlington will revisit the Freedman’s Village Story. In the late 1800s, Freedman’s Village was home to thousands of freed slaves. Located in what is now the southern part of Arlington [...]
CPRO and the Arlington Historical Society invite to an evening on the history of the Pike.