Alexandria Mom's Calendar of Events

Friday, August 15, 2014

Pictures from around town 8/9 - 8/15

Supermoon in the early morning above M.E. Swings 

continued construction along Janney's Lane - sewer updating, sidewalk and intersection upgrades
and repaving of the road. 

Beginning to look like Fall. 

Hair Cuttery haircuts for kids in need.  


photo from an accident on King St.  

Change in hours at the Seminary Road Post Office 

Coming to Bradlee....

City of Alexandria - collecting mosquitos.  I guess to check for West Nile Virus. 

Construction on the new Chapel at the Virginia Theological Seminary 

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Alexandria Restaurant Week August 15-24

There will be 60 participating restaurants at this years Summer Restaurant Week. 
You can choose from a dinner for two or a three course prix-fixe menu (depending upon each restaurant's special offer) for $35.  

Check out the list of participating restaurants --

New music video about Alexandria

  • Theres Something 'Bout AVA (The Alexandria Song
    Song/Performance by: Sam Jones Video/Editing by: George Alberts Video Produced by: Laurel Conger.
  • Sunday, August 10, 2014

    Alexandria Fire Department Youth Explorer Program

    In conjunction with the Boy Scouts of America, the Alexandria Fire Department established Explorer Post 1774, which allows youth ages 14 through 20 to gain experience with the Fire Department and Emergency Medical Services (EMS). The goal of the program is to provide experiences to help young people develop career and life skills through community involvement. Additional information is available on the Explorer Post 1774 website.

    The Alexandria Fire & Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Explorer Post 1774 meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month from 6-9 PM and one Saturday each month.

    WHO: Young men and women who are 14 through 20 years old
    WHAT: Alexandria Fire & EMS Explorer Post
    WHEN: The first and third Tuesday of every month from 6-9 PM 
    WHERE: Call, text, or e-mail to get details.
    WHY: Get firefighting & Emergency Medical Services training while learning career skills, having fun, and volunteering in your community.

    For more information, e-mail