List of Calendar Events
|Aug 23, 2017||Wed||7:00 AM||Wake Up Wednesdays - Pop Up Cafe|
Your Wednesday morning hustle is about to get sweeter with Sugar Shack! Free coffee with a purchase of a donut! Enjoy your treats while listening to some sweet sounds from local performers.
|Aug 23, 2017||Wed||7:00 AM||Mobile Transit Store at Eisenhower Metro|
The City's Mobile Transit Store will be at the Eisenhower Metro offering sales of transit fare, SmarTrip cards, passes, etc
|Aug 23, 2017||Wed||8:00 AM||ARHA Board of Commissioners|
Special Board Meeting to discuss Personnel, Real Estate, and Legal Matters
|Aug 23, 2017||Wed||2:00 PM||Community Policy Management Team|
Regular monthly meeting
|Aug 23, 2017||Wed||8:30 PM||Alexandria Movies Under the Stars at Market Square|
The City of Alexandria invites you to a screening of Marvel's The Avengers, in front of City Hall on a 3 story tall inflatable screen. Admission is free. Participants are encouraged to bring water. There is some bench seating around the fountain area, but suggest you bring chairs as the bench seating will fill quickly. Arrive early to choose your seating ...
|Aug 24, 2017||Thu||7:00 AM||Mobile Transit Store at King Street Metro|
The City's Mobile Transit Store will be at the King Street Metro offering sales of transit fare, SmarTrip cards, passes,etc
|Aug 25, 2017||Fri||7:00 AM||Mobile Transit Store at Van Dorn Metro Station|
The City's Mobile Transit Store will be at the Van Dorn Metro Station offering sales of transit fare, SmarTrip cards, passes, etc
|Aug 25, 2017||Fri||12:00 PM||Carlyle Outdoor Fitness Series|
Free outdoor fitness classes in John Carlyle Square Park.
|Aug 26, 2017||Sat||10:30 AM||Commission for the Arts Planning Retreat|
FY'18 Planning Retreat
|Aug 26, 2017||Sat||11:00 AM||Lecture: Historically African American Leisure |
From the late nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century, African Americans in the Washington, D.C. area sought leisure destinations where they could relax without the burden of racial oppression. Local picnic parks such as Eureka and Madre's were accessible by streetcars. Black-owned steamboats ferried passengers seeking sun and sand to places like Collingwood ...