About Today in Alexandria: August 19, 2015


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Wednesday, August 19, 2015

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Your plans for today (August 19, 2015) in Alexandria, Virginia include these events:

  • Under a Summer Sun Art Exhibit at AWLA Animal Welfare League of Alexandria and Del Ray Artisans Present: ‘Under a Summer Sun Art Exhibit’ at AWLA in Alexandria, Virginia through Sept. 27.
  • USPTO Farmers’ Market The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in Alexandria, Virginia sponsors a weekly onsite Farmers Market, available 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM every Wednesday from NOW – Oct. 31.
  • Happy Hour(s) in Alexandria See the calendar for times and locations around the City for food and drink specials.
  • Story time for little one’s at Hooray for Books! Weekly story time for children ages 3-6 at Hooray for Books! in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia.
  • Winesday at Whole Foods Old Town Each Wednesday from 5-7:00 PM Whole Foods Market will be featuring better wines and better food for ‘Winesday’ to create better event for Alexandria.
  • Outdoor Yoga in Del Ray Free outdoor yoga class – Wednesdays 6:30 – 7:30 pm, June 17 – Sept. 2 at the Just ASK Publications parking lot, 1900 Mt. Vernon Ave. in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria, Virginia.
  • Ad Hoc Digital & A Frame Sign Meeting Ad Hoc Group for Digital Signs and Portable A-Frame Signs Meeting #4
  • Alexandria Jaycee’s Burger Night Everyone is invited to our monthly burger night, a great opportunity to meet members of the Alexandria Jaycees & support our local businesses. We can’t wait to see you at Samuel Beckett’s Irish Gastro Pub 2800 South Randolph Street, Arlington, VA.
  • Scott Fallon at John Strongbow’s Tavern Scott Fallon is an Alexandria, VA, native and has been a performing musician for over 25 years and he performs weekly at the Tavern.
  • Ben Brenman Park Concert Series City concert series, featuring Near Northeast performing Melodic Lo-Fi Folk Indie Rock. Feel free to bring chairs or a blanket and a picnic supper and enjoy a concert in a beautiful park setting. Concert held in the amphitheatre area.

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