Calendar of Events

Events & Public Meetings

Date    TimeEvent
May 20, 2022 Fri 10:00 AMApothecary celebrates National Historic Landmark
As part of National Preservation Month, come out on May 20 at 10 a.m. to celebrate the Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum being selected as a National Historic Landmark. Remarks will be made by Mayor Justin Wilson, representatives from Historic Alexandria, and the National Park Service. The event will conclude with the plaque unveiling.
May 23, 2022 Mon 5:00 PMCity Council/Schools Subcommittee Meeting
City Council/Schools Subcommittee Meeting
May 23, 2022 Mon 5:30 PMCommunity Cookout
Community Cookout
May 24, 2022 Tue 6:45 PMCity Council Second Legislative Meeting
City Council Second Legislative Meeting
May 25, 2022 Wed 5:30 PMCommunity Cookout
Community Cookout
Jun 4, 2022 Sat 3:00 PMD-Day Commemoration /78th Anniversary Program
Annual D-Day Commemoration and 78th Anniversary Program
Jun 13, 2022 Mon 6:30 PMJoint School Board/City Council Meeting
Joint School Board/City Council Meeting
Jun 14, 2022 Tue 7:00 PMCity Council First Legislative Meeting
City Council First Legislative Meeting
Jun 18, 2022 Sat 9:30 AMCity Council Public Hearing Meeting
City Council Public Hearing Meeting
Jun 27, 2022 Mon 5:00 PMCity Council/Schools Subcommittee Meeting
City Council/Schools Subcommittee Meeting
Jun 27, 2022 Mon 6:30 PMJoint work session
Joint Work Session with City Council, Planning Commission and ARHA Board
Jun 28, 2022 Tue 7:00 PMCity Council Second Legislative Meeting
City Council Second Legislative Meeting
Jul 5, 2022 Tue 5:30 PMCity Council Special Public Hearing Meeting
City Council Special Public Hearing Meeting
Aug 8, 2022 Mon 6:30 PMBenjamin Thomas Lynching Memorial
The Alexandria Community Remembrance Project (ACRP) invites the public to reflect on events surrounding the lynching of Benjamin Thomas in Alexandria in 1899.
Sep 13, 2022 Tue 1:00 PMCitizenship Day
Citizenship Day
Sep 24, 2022 Sat 12:00 PMACRP Soil Collection for McCoy & Thomas
The Alexandria Community Remembrance Project (ACRP) invites the public to join us in a somber soil collection ceremony to recognize the lives and lynchings of Joseph McCoy and Benjamin Thomas.

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