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Fall Senior Academy will be hosted by Senior Services of Alexandria via zoom in October. This four-week class for Alexandria residents 65 and older provides an overview of how the city operates, city services, as well as community resources including recreation and education opportunities. Participants will also hear about various nonprofit organizations geared to seniors. Continue reading “Fall Senior Academy Will Be Held Virtually”
The Alexandria Tutoring Consortium is starting this school year fully online. They are seeking donations to launch their virtual literacy tutoring program. On Aug. 3, the group kickstarted its $20,000 fundraising campaign to purchase books for the program with a $1,000 donation from Alexandria’s Burke & Herbert Bank. Continue reading “Virtual Literacy Program Launched By Alexandria Tutoring Consortium”
Chart House is a high-end chain eatery serving seafood and steakhouse fare in a classy setting with a view. It is located at 1 Cameron St, Alexandria, VA. Located in historic Old Town Alexandria behind the Torpedo Factory, Chart House is the area’s only waterfront dining location. It boasts panoramic views of the Potomac River, Woodrow Wilson Bridge & the U.S. Capitol Building. Continue reading “Savor Seafood At Chart House Restaurant”
Cedar Knoll is a restaurant nestled along the scenic George Washington Parkway and is long known for its views of the Potomac River. The restaurant, which first opened in 1941, is located at 9030 Lucia Lane right off the Parkway that is a beautiful drive from anywhere in the Metro DC area any day of the week. Continue reading “Enjoy The Food And Potomac River Views At Cedar Knolls”
According to the Alexandria Gazette Packet, “Residents in the surrounding neighborhood of Inova Alexandria Hospital wanted to find a way to show their thanks to the medical staff and health care providers working during the COVID-19 crisis. A handmade sign of appreciation was placed at the entrance to the hospital while a large banner was hung on a parking lot fence. “The doctors, nurses, aides, support staff, cleaning crews and everyone else at Inova are on the frontlines during this difficult time,” said Janet Hawkins, who provided the signs of appreciation along with Dave Wormser. “We don’t have the opportunity to thank them in person, so this seemed like a small way to express our appreciation for all they do.”
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There’s a lot to do around Alexandria in March from toasting St. Patrick to celebrating – or agonizing – over your basketball team’s tournament performance. Given below are some restaurants that you should visit this March. Continue reading “4 Restaurants Near Midtown Alexandria That You Must Visit This March”
King Street’s proposed pedestrian-only zone is a step closer to reality. The weekday closures to vehicular traffic may be part of the pilot project. Members of Alexandria’s City Council back in October approved a proposal for a pilot program that will close a portion of lower King Street to cars on weekends, beginning in April. The pilot project would close the 100 blocks of King Street to traffic on weekends through October. Continue reading “Proposed Pedestrian Zone On King Street Moves Forward”