What’s going on in Old Alexandria on Friday September 8th to Thursday September 14th?
August 24, 2017

What’s going on in Old Alexandria on Friday, September 1st to Thursday September 7th?

Friday September 1st

9/1-9/4: INTERFUSION FESTIVAL – Dance/Movement/Meditation/Health Workshops and Socials

Date: September 1, 2017 to September 4, 2017

Time: 9:00am

 

Address:
400 Courthouse Square
Alexandria, VA 22314

Cost: $30~215 – use 10% discount code, below.

interfusionfestival.com

Interfusion Festival is the largest movement and healing arts fusion event in the US held at the Westin hotel in Alexandria, VA on September 1-4, 2017. This 4-day transformative experience unites over 20 genres of movement and healing arts. The festival experience includes:

Over 100 exclusive workshops

Over 15 special intensives & immersions

Extraordinary shows from world-class artists

Epic nightly parties with over 20 DJs
WORKSHOPS:
For all levels with no partner required, from beginners to advanced offerings. Choose your adventure how to experience or cross-train in a variety of genres including:
AcroYoga | Tantra | Zouk | Thai Massage | Meditation | Bachata | Pole Dance | Salsa | 5Rhythms | Partner-Yoga | Belly Dancing | Hula Hoop | Mambo | Samba | Capoeira | Contact Improv | Heels | Tango | Kizomba | Laughter Yoga | West Coast Swing | Partner Acrobatics | Qi-Gong | Bollywood | Yoga | Mindfulness | & More!
PARTIES:
Experience nightly parties across 20,000 square feet of luxury hotel space. Over 20 DJs & 6 dedicated dance floors:

Zouk Ballroom

Bachata Ballroom

Salsa Ballroom

Kizomba Ballroom

West Coast Swing Ballroom

EDM & Pole Ballroom
PROMOTIONAL DISCOUNT:
10% discount code applicable to any level of registration
Use: “TownArtsDance” at check-out.

Kenny Lattimore

Date: September 1, 2017

Time: 7:30pm

 

Venue: Birchmere
Address:
3701 Mt. Vernon Ave
Alexandria, VA 22305

Cost: From $45.00 to $45.00

Buy tickets for this event

Kingstowne Farmers Market

Date: September 1, 2017

Time: 4:00pm to 7:00pm

 

Location:
5870 Kingstowne Center
Alexandria, VA 22301

From: Kingstowne Farmers Market

Alexandria Comcast Outdoor Film Festival

Date: September 1, 2017

Time: 6:00pm

 

Address:
1 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22301

Cost: FREE!

Comcast and the City of Alexandria welcome you back to scenic Waterfront Park for the 14th Annual Comcast Outdoor Film Festival.   Located just one block from King Street on the Potomac River, we are offering two nights of FREE Outdoor Movies on our four story high movie screen in full HD.  Bring your low beach chair, blanket, family and friends to this fun annual event and watch family favorite Inside Out and the blockbuster Star Wars: The Force Awakens with the stars above and the Potomac River as the backdrop.

City of Alexandria’s King Street Trolley is FREE to get to the park from Metro and many points in the City.  For info: 703-746-5592 and www.alexandriafilmfest.com.

Exhibition: Shorelines New Photography

Date: September 1, 2017

Time: 10:00am to 6:00pm

 

Address:
105 North Union Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

From: Torpedo Factory Art Center

Multiple Exposures Gallery presents “Shorelines,” new photography by Sarah Hood Salomon.  Sarah is MEG’s newest member and this is her first solo show at the gallery.

Location: Studio 312 – Multiple Exposures Gallery

Exhibition: Making Sense of What We Have 

Date: September 1, 2017

Time: 10:00am to 6:00pm

 

Address:
105 North Union Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

From: Torpedo Factory Art Center

Target Gallery, the contemporary exhibition space for the Torpedo Factory Art Center, welcomes Detroit-based mixed-media artist Sarah Nesbitt for her first solo exhibition in the greater D.C. metropolitan area.

Nesbitt’s show arrives at a time where our society, the media, and government aim to establish a concrete line between fact and opinion, history and myth, evidence and conspiracy theory. She studies forgeries, censorship, the writing and re-writing of history, and positions art as essential to contextualizing and interpreting both our present and our past.

“A photograph is often perceived to be an objective arbiter of truth, but realistically, it’s just as open to manipulation as the process of recording history,” said Nesbitt. “Photography can alter our entire perception of reality via editing, interpretation, and desensitization. It can also construct hyper-reality and depict pseudo-events.”

To Nesbitt, history is a living, breathing investigation into who and what came before us. Using a variety of modern and antiquated printed and digital media—videos, installations, sculpture, augmented reality, and even wet-plate photography—Nesbitt disrupts her own work with stitching, dissecting, writing, and pinning. She lays it bare so that it can be seen for what it is. Photographs aren’t precious and complete, they’re vulnerable to disruptions from outside forces.

For her large-scale print, The Survival of Art, she lays out slides and notates them with art historical comments. For example, the slide labeled “Edward Curtis” reads, “Destroyed all of his glass negatives in 1919. Others claimed he misrepresented Native American people.”

In Our History of the Telephone, the audience sees a spread in an old book on the history of telephony. Using a custom application on a smart phone, the viewer holds the screen over the picture of the book and sees it changed and modified in real time.

“My aim is to create awareness to these shortcomings so we could continue to look at history not as static stories of previous lives, but our efforts to get closer to an accurate portrayal of our past,” she said.

Nesbitt was selected from more than 100 international applicants as part of the annual Open Exhibition solo show opportunity. The jurors for this exhibition were: Jeremy Flick, Sheldon Scott, and Marta Staudinger.

“Sarah explores the critical methods we use to record world history and understand our present,” said Flick. “She aims to reveal the shortcomings of how we read photographic images, what constitutes as accurate, and how we construct narratives of history. She offers a new focal point in which we should critically examine the role of photography in our understanding of history and the formation of our present stories.”

“As our understanding of truth, its consequences, and our acceptance thereof are challenged in new ways, we must become open to nuanced frameworks for future thinking and increased scrutiny of the historical record,” said Scott. “Sarah’s use of different media suggests a diversity of delivery systems that truth could be experienced through. Her disruption of surfaces brings a greater focus to our personal experiences in the process of truth.”

“Sarah’s interest in creating awareness of history shortcomings is a refreshing narrative that seems particularly appropriate in a time where we are so digitally connected to news, and yet somewhat removed from truth,” said Staudinger. “The amount of information input we receive is overwhelming and this exhibition brings to light not only that process, but the historiography of our interpretation of history over time.”

Location: Studio 2 – Target Gallery


Saturday September 2nd

Squirrel Nut Zippers

Date: September 2, 2017

Time: 7:30pm

 

Venue: Birchmere
Address:
3701 Mt. Vernon Ave
Alexandria, VA 22305

Cost: From $45.00 to $45.00

Buy tickets for this event

Honeybee Day

Date: September 2, 2017

Time: 10:00am to 11:00am

 

Address:
4603 Green Spring Road
Alexandria, VA 22312

From: Fairfax County Park Authority

Meet a beekeeper, take a peek inside a beehive, learn a bee dance, enjoy a bee scavenger hunt and learn how bees are important to our food supply. You can also pick up some tips on what you can do to help the honeybees.This event is free for all ages.

9/1-9/4: INTERFUSION FESTIVAL – Dance/Movement/Meditation/Health Workshops and Socials

Date: September 1, 2017 to September 4, 2017

Time: 9:00am

Address:
400 Courthouse Square
Alexandria, VA 22314

Cost: $30~215 – use 10% discount code, below.

interfusionfestival.com

Interfusion Festival is the largest movement and healing arts fusion event in the US held at the Westin hotel in Alexandria, VA on September 1-4, 2017. This 4-day transformative experience unites over 20 genres of movement and healing arts. The festival experience includes:

Over 100 exclusive workshops

Over 15 special intensives & immersions

Extraordinary shows from world-class artists

Epic nightly parties with over 20 DJs
WORKSHOPS:
For all levels with no partner required, from beginners to advanced offerings. Choose your adventure how to experience or cross-train in a variety of genres including:
AcroYoga | Tantra | Zouk | Thai Massage | Meditation | Bachata | Pole Dance | Salsa | 5Rhythms | Partner-Yoga | Belly Dancing | Hula Hoop | Mambo | Samba | Capoeira | Contact Improv | Heels | Tango | Kizomba | Laughter Yoga | West Coast Swing | Partner Acrobatics | Qi-Gong | Bollywood | Yoga | Mindfulness | & More!
PARTIES:
Experience nightly parties across 20,000 square feet of luxury hotel space. Over 20 DJs & 6 dedicated dance floors:

Zouk Ballroom

Bachata Ballroom

Salsa Ballroom

Kizomba Ballroom

West Coast Swing Ballroom

EDM & Pole Ballroom
PROMOTIONAL DISCOUNT:
10% discount code applicable to any level of registration
Use: “TownArtsDance” at check-out.

Annual ACE Physical Therapy And Sports Medicine Institute Potomac Valley Games

Date: September 2, 2017

Time: 9:00am

 

Address:
3330 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22302

Prizes:

Non-members 19 & older – $9 for 1st event, $7 for 2nd and 3rd events, $7 for additional events on-line, $6

Club members 19 & older – $8 for 1st event, $6 for 2nd and 3rd events, $6 for additional events on-line, $5

Young athletes 18 & younger – $8 for 1st event, $6 for 2nd and 3rd events, $6 for additional events on-line, $5

Click Here For Registration

Del Ray Farmers’ Market

Date: September 2, 2017

Time: 8:00am to 12:00pm

 

Address:
203 East Oxford Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22301

From: Del Ray Farmers’ Market

Alexandria Old Town Farmers’ Market

Date: September 2, 2017

Time: 7:00am to 12:00pm

 

Address:
301 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

From: Alexandria Old Town Farmers’ Market

Alexandria Comcast Outdoor Film Festival

Date: September 2, 2017

Time: 6:00pm

 

Address:
1 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22301

Cost: FREE!

Comcast and the City of Alexandria welcome you back to scenic Waterfront Park for the 14th Annual Comcast Outdoor Film Festival.   Located just one block from King Street on the Potomac River, we are offering two nights of FREE Outdoor Movies on our four story high movie screen in full HD.  Bring your low beach chair, blanket, family and friends to this fun annual event and watch family favorite Inside Out and the blockbuster Star Wars: The Force Awakens with the stars above and the Potomac River as the backdrop.

City of Alexandria’s King Street Trolley is FREE to get to the park from Metro and many points in the City.  For info: 703-746-5592 and www.alexandriafilmfest.com.

Exhibition: Shorelines New Photography

Date: September 2, 2017

Time: 10:00am to 6:00pm

 

Address:
105 North Union Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

From: Torpedo Factory Art Center

Multiple Exposures Gallery presents “Shorelines,” new photography by Sarah Hood Salomon.  Sarah is MEG’s newest member and this is her first solo show at the gallery.

Location: Studio 312 – Multiple Exposures Gallery

Exhibition: Making Sense of What We Have 

Date: September 2, 2017

Time: 10:00am to 6:00pm

 

Address:
105 North Union Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

From: Torpedo Factory Art Center

Target Gallery, the contemporary exhibition space for the Torpedo Factory Art Center, welcomes Detroit-based mixed-media artist Sarah Nesbitt for her first solo exhibition in the greater D.C. metropolitan area.

Nesbitt’s show arrives at a time where our society, the media, and government aim to establish a concrete line between fact and opinion, history and myth, evidence and conspiracy theory. She studies forgeries, censorship, the writing and re-writing of history, and positions art as essential to contextualizing and interpreting both our present and our past.

“A photograph is often perceived to be an objective arbiter of truth, but realistically, it’s just as open to manipulation as the process of recording history,” said Nesbitt. “Photography can alter our entire perception of reality via editing, interpretation, and desensitization. It can also construct hyper-reality and depict pseudo-events.”

To Nesbitt, history is a living, breathing investigation into who and what came before us. Using a variety of modern and antiquated printed and digital media—videos, installations, sculpture, augmented reality, and even wet-plate photography—Nesbitt disrupts her own work with stitching, dissecting, writing, and pinning. She lays it bare so that it can be seen for what it is. Photographs aren’t precious and complete, they’re vulnerable to disruptions from outside forces.

For her large-scale print, The Survival of Art, she lays out slides and notates them with art historical comments. For example, the slide labeled “Edward Curtis” reads, “Destroyed all of his glass negatives in 1919. Others claimed he misrepresented Native American people.”

In Our History of the Telephone, the audience sees a spread in an old book on the history of telephony. Using a custom application on a smart phone, the viewer holds the screen over the picture of the book and sees it changed and modified in real time.

“My aim is to create awareness to these shortcomings so we could continue to look at history not as static stories of previous lives, but our efforts to get closer to an accurate portrayal of our past,” she said.

Nesbitt was selected from more than 100 international applicants as part of the annual Open Exhibition solo show opportunity. The jurors for this exhibition were: Jeremy Flick, Sheldon Scott, and Marta Staudinger.

“Sarah explores the critical methods we use to record world history and understand our present,” said Flick. “She aims to reveal the shortcomings of how we read photographic images, what constitutes as accurate, and how we construct narratives of history. She offers a new focal point in which we should critically examine the role of photography in our understanding of history and the formation of our present stories.”

“As our understanding of truth, its consequences, and our acceptance thereof are challenged in new ways, we must become open to nuanced frameworks for future thinking and increased scrutiny of the historical record,” said Scott. “Sarah’s use of different media suggests a diversity of delivery systems that truth could be experienced through. Her disruption of surfaces brings a greater focus to our personal experiences in the process of truth.”

“Sarah’s interest in creating awareness of history shortcomings is a refreshing narrative that seems particularly appropriate in a time where we are so digitally connected to news, and yet somewhat removed from truth,” said Staudinger. “The amount of information input we receive is overwhelming and this exhibition brings to light not only that process, but the historiography of our interpretation of history over time.”

Location: Studio 2 – Target Gallery


Sunday September 3rd

Asleep At the Wheel

Date: September 3, 2017

Time: 7:30pm

 

Venue: Birchmere
Address:
3701 Mt. Vernon Ave
Alexandria, VA 22305

Cost: From $35.00 to $35.00

Buy tickets for this event

9/1-9/4: INTERFUSION FESTIVAL – Dance/Movement/Meditation/Health Workshops and Socials

Date: September 1, 2017 to September 4, 2017

Time: 9:00am

Address:
400 Courthouse Square
Alexandria, VA 22314

Cost: $30~215 – use 10% discount code, below.

interfusionfestival.com

Interfusion Festival is the largest movement and healing arts fusion event in the US held at the Westin hotel in Alexandria, VA on September 1-4, 2017. This 4-day transformative experience unites over 20 genres of movement and healing arts. The festival experience includes:

Over 100 exclusive workshops

Over 15 special intensives & immersions

Extraordinary shows from world-class artists

Epic nightly parties with over 20 DJs
WORKSHOPS:
For all levels with no partner required, from beginners to advanced offerings. Choose your adventure how to experience or cross-train in a variety of genres including:
AcroYoga | Tantra | Zouk | Thai Massage | Meditation | Bachata | Pole Dance | Salsa | 5Rhythms | Partner-Yoga | Belly Dancing | Hula Hoop | Mambo | Samba | Capoeira | Contact Improv | Heels | Tango | Kizomba | Laughter Yoga | West Coast Swing | Partner Acrobatics | Qi-Gong | Bollywood | Yoga | Mindfulness | & More!
PARTIES:
Experience nightly parties across 20,000 square feet of luxury hotel space. Over 20 DJs & 6 dedicated dance floors:

Zouk Ballroom

Bachata Ballroom

Salsa Ballroom

Kizomba Ballroom

West Coast Swing Ballroom

EDM & Pole Ballroom
PROMOTIONAL DISCOUNT:
10% discount code applicable to any level of registration
Use: “TownArtsDance” at check-out.

Four Mile Run Farmers and Artisans Market

Date: September 3, 2017

Time: 9:00am to 1:00pm

 

Address:
4109 Mount Vernon Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22305

From: Four Mile Run Farmers and Artisans Market

West End Farmers Market

Date: September 3, 2017

Time: 8:30am to 1:00pm

 

Address:
4800 Brenman Park Drive
Alexandria, VA 22304

From: West End Farmers Market

Alexandria Comcast Outdoor Film Festival

Date: September 3, 2017

Time: 6:00pm

 

Address:
1 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22301

Cost: FREE!

Comcast and the City of Alexandria welcome you back to scenic Waterfront Park for the 14th Annual Comcast Outdoor Film Festival.   Located just one block from King Street on the Potomac River, we are offering two nights of FREE Outdoor Movies on our four story high movie screen in full HD.  Bring your low beach chair, blanket, family and friends to this fun annual event and watch family favorite Inside Out and the blockbuster Star Wars: The Force Awakens with the stars above and the Potomac River as the backdrop.

City of Alexandria’s King Street Trolley is FREE to get to the park from Metro and many points in the City.  For info: 703-746-5592 and www.alexandriafilmfest.com.

Exhibition: Shorelines New Photography

Date: September 3, 2017

Time: 10:00am to 6:00pm

 

Address:
105 North Union Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

From: Torpedo Factory Art Center

Multiple Exposures Gallery presents “Shorelines,” new photography by Sarah Hood Salomon.  Sarah is MEG’s newest member and this is her first solo show at the gallery.

Location: Studio 312 – Multiple Exposures Gallery

Exhibition: Making Sense of What We Have 

Date: September 3, 2017

Time: 10:00am to 6:00pm

 

Address:
105 North Union Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

From: Torpedo Factory Art Center

Target Gallery, the contemporary exhibition space for the Torpedo Factory Art Center, welcomes Detroit-based mixed-media artist Sarah Nesbitt for her first solo exhibition in the greater D.C. metropolitan area.

Nesbitt’s show arrives at a time where our society, the media, and government aim to establish a concrete line between fact and opinion, history and myth, evidence and conspiracy theory. She studies forgeries, censorship, the writing and re-writing of history, and positions art as essential to contextualizing and interpreting both our present and our past.

“A photograph is often perceived to be an objective arbiter of truth, but realistically, it’s just as open to manipulation as the process of recording history,” said Nesbitt. “Photography can alter our entire perception of reality via editing, interpretation, and desensitization. It can also construct hyper-reality and depict pseudo-events.”

To Nesbitt, history is a living, breathing investigation into who and what came before us. Using a variety of modern and antiquated printed and digital media—videos, installations, sculpture, augmented reality, and even wet-plate photography—Nesbitt disrupts her own work with stitching, dissecting, writing, and pinning. She lays it bare so that it can be seen for what it is. Photographs aren’t precious and complete, they’re vulnerable to disruptions from outside forces.

For her large-scale print, The Survival of Art, she lays out slides and notates them with art historical comments. For example, the slide labeled “Edward Curtis” reads, “Destroyed all of his glass negatives in 1919. Others claimed he misrepresented Native American people.”

In Our History of the Telephone, the audience sees a spread in an old book on the history of telephony. Using a custom application on a smart phone, the viewer holds the screen over the picture of the book and sees it changed and modified in real time.

“My aim is to create awareness to these shortcomings so we could continue to look at history not as static stories of previous lives, but our efforts to get closer to an accurate portrayal of our past,” she said.

Nesbitt was selected from more than 100 international applicants as part of the annual Open Exhibition solo show opportunity. The jurors for this exhibition were: Jeremy Flick, Sheldon Scott, and Marta Staudinger.

“Sarah explores the critical methods we use to record world history and understand our present,” said Flick. “She aims to reveal the shortcomings of how we read photographic images, what constitutes as accurate, and how we construct narratives of history. She offers a new focal point in which we should critically examine the role of photography in our understanding of history and the formation of our present stories.”

“As our understanding of truth, its consequences, and our acceptance thereof are challenged in new ways, we must become open to nuanced frameworks for future thinking and increased scrutiny of the historical record,” said Scott. “Sarah’s use of different media suggests a diversity of delivery systems that truth could be experienced through. Her disruption of surfaces brings a greater focus to our personal experiences in the process of truth.”

“Sarah’s interest in creating awareness of history shortcomings is a refreshing narrative that seems particularly appropriate in a time where we are so digitally connected to news, and yet somewhat removed from truth,” said Staudinger. “The amount of information input we receive is overwhelming and this exhibition brings to light not only that process, but the historiography of our interpretation of history over time.”

Location: Studio 2 – Target Gallery


Monday September 4th

9/1-9/4: INTERFUSION FESTIVAL – Dance/Movement/Meditation/Health Workshops and Socials

Date: September 1, 2017 to September 4, 2017

Time: 9:00am

Address:
400 Courthouse Square
Alexandria, VA 22314

Cost: $30~215 – use 10% discount code, below.

interfusionfestival.com

Interfusion Festival is the largest movement and healing arts fusion event in the US held at the Westin hotel in Alexandria, VA on September 1-4, 2017. This 4-day transformative experience unites over 20 genres of movement and healing arts. The festival experience includes:

Over 100 exclusive workshops

Over 15 special intensives & immersions

Extraordinary shows from world-class artists

Epic nightly parties with over 20 DJs
WORKSHOPS:
For all levels with no partner required, from beginners to advanced offerings. Choose your adventure how to experience or cross-train in a variety of genres including:
AcroYoga | Tantra | Zouk | Thai Massage | Meditation | Bachata | Pole Dance | Salsa | 5Rhythms | Partner-Yoga | Belly Dancing | Hula Hoop | Mambo | Samba | Capoeira | Contact Improv | Heels | Tango | Kizomba | Laughter Yoga | West Coast Swing | Partner Acrobatics | Qi-Gong | Bollywood | Yoga | Mindfulness | & More!
PARTIES:
Experience nightly parties across 20,000 square feet of luxury hotel space. Over 20 DJs & 6 dedicated dance floors:

Zouk Ballroom

Bachata Ballroom

Salsa Ballroom

Kizomba Ballroom

West Coast Swing Ballroom

EDM & Pole Ballroom
PROMOTIONAL DISCOUNT:
10% discount code applicable to any level of registration
Use: “TownArtsDance” at check-out.

Mindfulness Mondays

Date: September 4, 2017

Time: 12:00pm to 1:00pm

 

Location:
Four Directions Wellness 2001 Mount Vernon Ave. Alexandria, VA 22301
Alexandria, VA 22301

Cost: Free

Four Directions Wellness not only supports individual journeys and explorations of the Body, Mind, Emotions, and Spirit but also supports the community. Since beginning its operations in Del Ray, Virginia in April 2016, a key value is providing community support.

If you are in Del Ray, please stop by for our ongoing Mindfulness Mondays. From noon until 1 on most Mondays, Four Directions Wellness offers the community a quick, free stress reduction offering. This is open to the public and does not require an appointment. It is simply a way to receive a short relaxation technique. It is on a first come, first serve basis. Please be sure to check to see if our outdoor chalkboard states that we are offering sessions and please join us!

Contact: Mara Benner at info@fourdirectionswellness.com

Alexandria Comcast Outdoor Film Festival

Date: September 4, 2017

Time: 6:00pm

 

Address:
1 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22301

Cost: FREE!

Comcast and the City of Alexandria welcome you back to scenic Waterfront Park for the 14th Annual Comcast Outdoor Film Festival.   Located just one block from King Street on the Potomac River, we are offering two nights of FREE Outdoor Movies on our four story high movie screen in full HD.  Bring your low beach chair, blanket, family and friends to this fun annual event and watch family favorite Inside Out and the blockbuster Star Wars: The Force Awakens with the stars above and the Potomac River as the backdrop.

City of Alexandria’s King Street Trolley is FREE to get to the park from Metro and many points in the City.  For info: 703-746-5592 and www.alexandriafilmfest.com.

Job Corps Information Session – Alexandria

Date: September 4, 2017

Time: 1:00pm

Venue: Job Corps Outreach & Admissions Office

Address:

4900 Leesburg Pike, Suite 307

Alexandria, VA 22302

Cost: FREE

Website: Click to visit the site

Job Corps is a no-cost education and vocational training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 through 24 improve the quality of their lives through vocational and academic training. Funded by Congress, Job Corps has been training young adults for meaningful careers since 1964. Job Corps is committed to offering all students a safe, drug-free environment where they can take advantage of the resources provided. Job Corps’ mission is to attract eligible young people, teach them the skills they need to become employable and independent, and place them in meaningful jobs or further education. To learn more about Job Corps and begin the admissions process, plan to attend an information session:

When:

Every Monday, starting at 1:00 PM 

Where:

Job Corps Admissions Office

4900 Leesburg Pike, Suite 307

Alexandria, VA 22302

For more information, please call: (703) 671-5300

Visit the Job Corps Website

Visit Job Corps on Facebook


Tuesday September 5th

Yoga on the Magnolia Terrace

Date: September 5, 2017

Time: 5:30pm

 

Address:
121 North Fairfax Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

Cost: $5 per class, $20 for 5 classes

After a long day of work, join yoga instructor Barbara Douglass for an hour long Vinyasa Flow Yoga on Carlyle House’s Magnolia Terrace.  A gentle flow yoga class that uses the breath to flow from one pose to the other. We will build heat with sun salutations then progress to balance, deep stretching and finally relaxing meditation. Please bring water, a towel, and yoga mat. Wear comfortable yoga wear.  Class may be cancelled due to extreme weather, please call the site to check class status.

Located at 121 N. Fairfax Street in Old Town Alexandria, visit our website for more information: www.carlylehouse.org.

$5 per class, $20 for 5 classes

Alexandria Comcast Outdoor Film Festival

Date: September 5, 2017

Time: 6:00pm

 

Address:
1 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22301

Cost: FREE!

Comcast and the City of Alexandria welcome you back to scenic Waterfront Park for the 14th Annual Comcast Outdoor Film Festival.   Located just one block from King Street on the Potomac River, we are offering two nights of FREE Outdoor Movies on our four story high movie screen in full HD.  Bring your low beach chair, blanket, family and friends to this fun annual event and watch family favorite Inside Out and the blockbuster Star Wars: The Force Awakens with the stars above and the Potomac River as the backdrop.

City of Alexandria’s King Street Trolley is FREE to get to the park from Metro and many points in the City.  For info: 703-746-5592 and www.alexandriafilmfest.com.


Wednesday September 6th

McCutcheon/Mount Vernon Farmers Market

Date: September 6, 2017

Time: 8:00am to 12:00pm

 

Address:
2501 Sherwood Hall Lane
Alexandria, VA 22306

From: McCutcheon/Mount Vernon Farmers Market

Alexandria Comcast Outdoor Film Festival

Date: September 6, 2017

Time: 6:00pm

 

Address:
1 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22301

Cost: FREE!

Comcast and the City of Alexandria welcome you back to scenic Waterfront Park for the 14th Annual Comcast Outdoor Film Festival.   Located just one block from King Street on the Potomac River, we are offering two nights of FREE Outdoor Movies on our four story high movie screen in full HD.  Bring your low beach chair, blanket, family and friends to this fun annual event and watch family favorite Inside Out and the blockbuster Star Wars: The Force Awakens with the stars above and the Potomac River as the backdrop.

City of Alexandria’s King Street Trolley is FREE to get to the park from Metro and many points in the City.  For info: 703-746-5592 and www.alexandriafilmfest.com.


Thursday September 7th

Matthew Sweet

Date: September 7, 2017

Time: 7:30pm

 

Venue: Birchmere
Address:
3701 Mt. Vernon Ave
Alexandria, VA 22305

Cost: From $29.50 to $29.50

Buy tickets for this event

Alexandria Comcast Outdoor Film Festival

Date: September 7, 2017

Time: 6:00pm

 

Address:
1 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22301

Cost: FREE!

Comcast and the City of Alexandria welcome you back to scenic Waterfront Park for the 14th Annual Comcast Outdoor Film Festival.   Located just one block from King Street on the Potomac River, we are offering two nights of FREE Outdoor Movies on our four story high movie screen in full HD.  Bring your low beach chair, blanket, family and friends to this fun annual event and watch family favorite Inside Out and the blockbuster Star Wars: The Force Awakens with the stars above and the Potomac River as the backdrop.

City of Alexandria’s King Street Trolley is FREE to get to the park from Metro and many points in the City.  For info: 703-746-5592 and www.alexandriafilmfest.com.


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