The Alexandria Choral Society invites all residents to Performance Art on March 7 2020 at George Washington Masonic Memorial starting at 7:30 pm. Continue reading
Chinese New Year, also known as the “Spring Festival” or “Lunar New Year” is one of the biggest festivals in China with a 7-day long holiday. In 2020, the Chinese New Year festival begins on Jan. 25. It is the Year of the Rat according to the Chinese Zodiac Calendar.
The month of February will mark the 288th anniversary of George Washington’s birth and the City of Alexandria will be celebrating all month long. Residents can enjoy events in Old Town Alexandria that will commemorate the birth of their adopted resident George Washington.Continue reading
The Arlington Mill Community Center(AMCC) is a five-story community center offering a variety of activities for children, adults, and seniors above 55 years of age.
The Alexandria Harmonizers present the 2020 Yale Whiffenpoofs in concert. The concert is to be held on February 7th at The George Washington Masonic National Memorial, 101 Callahan Drive in Alexandria. The event will begin at 7:30pm. Continue reading
The Alexandria Black History Museum will be hosting story time for kids ages 3-6 years old every first Saturday at the month starting at 11 am. Story time will be held at the Alexandria Black History Museum 902 Wythe Street in Alexandria. The first story time will be held on February 1 2020. Continue reading
The Women in Military Service for America Memorial(WIMSA) was established by the U.S. Federal government in 1985 to honor women who have served in the United States Armed Forces.
Big Walnut Park is a 2-acre park located at 1915 N Harrison St, Arlington, VA 22207.
The “Feel the Heritage” festival is Arlington’s annual celebration of African American history and culture.
Join Del Ray Artisans for its new art exhibit ‘Kondo vs Chaos’ from February 7th to March 1st 2020. The exhibit will be held at Del Ray Artisans gallery in the Colasanto Center 2704 Mount Vernon Avenue in Alexandria. The exhibit highlights the divide between those inspired by Marie Kondo’s theory of keeping only those things that bring you joy and those who deal with chaos in their lives. Continue reading