Events & Public Meetings
|Feb 11, 2023||Sat||11:00 AM||Tales for Young Historians (Ages 5-8)|
History is around every corner in Alexandria. Learn about African American heroes and history through books and activities, and leave inspired to learn more. Masks are required for this indoor program.
|Feb 13, 2023||Mon||7:00 PM||Lecture: Exposing the Alexandria Slave Pen|
Join City of Alexandria Archaeologist Dr. Benjamin Skolnik, as he explores the visual history of 1315 Duke Street in Alexandria, Virginia.
|Feb 16, 2023||Thu||CANCELLED: Short Film - AfAmerican History of Ft. Reno|
Brian Taylor (author of Fighting for Citizenship [UNC Press, 2020]), Miriam Gusevich (Catholic University) and Martin Paddack (Howard University) will share their work on the history of the Fort Reno neighborhood and their efforts to bring this history to the public.
|Feb 18, 2023||Sat||3:00 PM||Concert: Washington Revels Jubilee Voices|
The Washington Revels Jubilee Voices ensemble is committed to the preservation of African American history and traditions – presenting songs and stories of struggle and perseverance, trials, and triumphs, as expressed through a cappella music, drama, and dance.
|Jun 19, 2023||Mon||8:00 AM||City Offices Closed Juneteenth Holiday|
City Offices Closed in observance of Juneteenth Holiday
|Jul 4, 2023||Tue||8:00 AM||City Offices Closed Independence Day Holiday |
City Offices Closed for Independence Day Holiday
|Oct 9, 2023||Mon||8:00 AM||City Offices Closed for Indigenous Peoples' Day|
City Offices Closed for Indigenous Peoples' Day