Ballston residents are getting a unique outdoor performance from an accredited blues musician who’s also performed at the Kennedy Center, at the Columbia Pike Blues Festival, and overseas for the troops.
The excitement of keeping your kid’s birthday party is now gone as the coronavirus pandemic has caused many changes to everyday lifestyle. There are however plenty of alternative ways you can make your kid’s birthday fun using these creative ideas. Continue reading
Farmers’ Markets in Alexandria will begin to operate on the new phase reopening effective May 30 2020. The markets have been operating on a curbside online order pickups but will now move into including on site transactions. Continue reading
The Animal Welfare League of Alexandria is supporting pet owners though this coronavirus pandemic with donations of pet supplies. The coronavirus pandemic has left man pet owners jobless and unable to care for their pets and as such the AWLA has been providing supplies to these owners and others. Continue reading
If you love solving puzzles and secrets, get yourself to Bond’s Escape Room at Market Common Clarendon in Arlington, for a fun day of mystery solving. They also have an escape room in Fairfax.
Libraries in Alexandria may be closed but your kids can enjoy a summer filled with reading with SummerQuest. Continue reading
The City of Alexandria’d Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities (RPCA) has released a timeline for the reopening of public parks, playgrounds, pools, recreation centers and more. The reopening of these public spaces will be in alignment with the “Forward Virginia” three phase reopening plan which will commence this Friday.Continue reading
The Del Ray Business Association will be hosting another installment of First Thursday Porch Party On June 4 2020. Continue reading
Starting Friday restaurants in Alexandria will now be permitted to use some parking spaces for outdoor dining. The new temporary outdoor dining program was approved by the City as a part of the first phase of “Forward Virginia”, a plan implemented by Virginia Governor Ralph Northam. Continue reading