Calendar of Events

Events & Public Meetings

Date    TimeEvent
Mar 26, 2019 Tue 6:00 PMCity Council Legislative Meeting
City Council Regular Meeting
Mar 27, 2019 Wed 8:00 AMAlexandria Economic Development Partnership
Regular Board of Directors Meeting
Mar 27, 2019 Wed
CANCELLED: Alex. Community Policy Mgt. Team
CANCELLED: Scheduled Meeting
Mar 27, 2019 Wed 3:30 PMAlexandria Archaeology Ship Committee
The Ship Committee tasked with coming up with recommendations about what will happen with the ship(s) that were found during archaeological excavations along the waterfront. The Ship Committee is a subcommittee of the Alexandria Archaeological Commission.
Mar 27, 2019 Wed 7:00 PMBudget Work Session #6
Budget Work Session #6 - Accountable, Effective and Well-Managed Government Focus Area
Mar 27, 2019 Wed 7:00 PMEisenhower East SAP Update Community Open House
The purpose of the open house is to provide an overview of the planning process and the topics and updates to the Plan that will be considered. Members of the community are invited to stop by at any time during the open house to learn about the process, ask questions, and provide feedback.
Mar 27, 2019 Wed 7:30 PMLecture-Lessons from the Washington Metro
The Alexandria Historical Society and the Office of Historic Alexandria present Dr. Zachary M. Schrag’s Thinking Big: Lessons from the Washington Metro.
Mar 28, 2019 Thu 12:00 PMNationals Opening Day at Trademark Drink and Eat
Join in for fun, food and games on Nationals Opening Day! Wear your favorite red outfit to be entered into a raffle. Sponsored by the Carlyle Vitality Initiative.
Mar 28, 2019 Thu 6:30 PMArchaeology After Dark: “Freedmen’s Cemetery"
Alexandria After Dark brings together professional archaeologists and historians for informal lectures on topics relating to the rich archaeological heritage of Alexandria and the surrounding area. Cash bar and light refreshments provided.
Mar 28, 2019 Thu 6:45 PMStrangers No More - Women Building Cross-Cultural
Join the Alexandria American Association of University Women and Beatley Central Library in celebrating the power of female friendships. Meet and begin forging friendships with women— either US or foreign born—from cultures different from your own. Women of all ages welcome.

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