Momentum Collective’s Aladdin JR a magical success.
“Kids from different backgrounds came together in this production.” — Momentum Collective founder Jason Ellis
Festival returns to Lloyd House.
Parade viewing areas along one mile of the Old Town Alexandria waterfront
During Alexandria’s Biggest Holiday Weekend, celebrate the return of top signature events, including the 52nd Annual Alexandria Scottish Christmas Walk Parade in historic Old Town Alexandria at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 2, 2023.
Fiendish fun in LTA’s Young Frankenstein; special performance set for Oct. 31.
The comedic genius of Mel Brooks comes to life in the Little Theatre of Alexandria’s “Young Frankenstein,” the musical version of the horror movie parody of the same name that first debuted in 1974.
Agatha Christie mystery opens at ACCT.
Fall Book Sale at Duncan Library from Wednesday, Sept. 27 to Saturday, Sept. 30, 2023.
Fall Events in Alexandria
Alexandria Harmonizers celebrate 75 years.
The Alexandria Harmonizers, Alexandria’s own internationally acclaimed a cappella performing group, will celebrate their 75th diamond anniversary with a special performance Sept. 9 at the Rachel M Schlesinger Concert Hall on the Alexandria campus of Northern Virginia Community College.
A trio of celebrations awaits this month, ranging from an arts-and-cocktails soiree early on to a celebration of Oktoberfest to a bluegrass brunch to beat the band. Kick off the journey to autumn with some September fun – here are some of the month’s best bets.
Jeffrey James Higgins, author of “Furious” and “Unseen,” will host a series of public book events in the upstairs library room at Elaine’s on Queen Street over the next several months.
Featuring Alexandria Saxophonist Vaughn Ambrose and D.C. pianist Jon Ozment.
Beth Lewis receives Choralis Foundation award for contributions to choral music.
Restaurants to see the Fireworks on the River