The Taste of Old Town North, our annual Celebration of the neighborhood has been rescheduled to September 30th because of the possibility of rain and thunderstorms later in the afternoon and early evening but the Farmer’s Market is open and several of our vendors will be sampling their wares, so stop by and check things out!
Sally and the Mander performing at the Annual Taste of Old Town North Thursday, September 30th with the Three Man Soul Machine.
Montgomery Park, 4:00-8:00 pm.
The CDC Guidelines now allow fully vaccinated residents to go about their business without masks but we ask that shoppers, vendors, and staff who have not been fully vaccinated continue to wear masks at the market.
Many thanks to all our friends and neighbors for your continued support of our local, small businesses and the Old Town North Community Partnership.
Please see the farmers’ market vendor page on the Old Town North Community Partnership website for contact information for our vendors.
September 9, 5:00 – 6:00 pm / All are welcome.
Karma Yoga Class in support of communities in Louisiana, Haiti, and Afghanistan.
Good Karma in Old Town North
Funds raised will be donated to the Episcopal Development and Relief Fund.
September Issue of the Zebra
Check out the September Old Town North Column and read all about Old Friends and New! In the Zebra Magazine. The September Old Town North Column focuses on Grateful Kitchen, the challenges faced by working artists during the pandemic and the continued effort to improve the Arts and Cultural District in Old Town North.
Share the Love
Our friends at the Zebra are also sharing the love including a car magnet with every paid subscription to the Zebra Magazine. The Old Town North Car magnets are for sale at the Community Table at The Farmer’s Market
The ALIVE Food Bin is located at the Community Table, donations of healthy, nonperishable foods are distributed to Food Pantries in Alexandria. We are also accepting donations of food for our four-legged friends for the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria.Many thanks to the staff and volunteers at ALIVE-inc for their dedicated work for our neighbors in need.
We continue to share the latest news and special offers from our local, small businesses in our weekly Community E-newsletter and on the Old Town North Community Partnership.
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Cafe 44 now has a wonderful Happy Hour, head to the roof, enjoy the view and the company of friends Tuesday-Saturday 3-6pm
For reservations call (571) 344-9100 or book online at cafe44.com or OpenTable.
Our friends at Goldfinch, in the 800 block of North Fairfax Street, have added wine by the bottle, and gourmet goodies to their offerings. Keeping your canine buddy in mind – they also have Zen Dog pup treats.
We are so pleased to announce that Chef Stephen Hardy and Grateful Kitchen have rejoined as an Old Town North Business Community Member for the 2021-2022 Season and will be offering tastings at the Annual Taste of Old Town North, Thursday, September 16th, 4pm-8pm in Montgomery Park.
Our friends. at Alphagraphics remind us that “We Speak Sign Language” As CoVid Restrictions ease check in with them for your event and promotional needs, both business and social.
Pledge to support one local restaurant through Spring and continue on through the Spring into the Summer!
The Old Town North Community Partnership is looking for volunteers to help us with the market and other events throughout the year. Interested? We would love to hear from you. Please contact Margaret Townsend (River’s Edge Yoga) 571-218-2161 or email: email@example.com
The Alexandria Health Department recommends that all community members change their daily behavior to reduce risk from COVID-19, particularly to protect our most vulnerable populations.