We have shifted to a Sunday Farmer’s and Artisans Market during the Winter Months.

Sunday Market Winter Hours
11:00am – 3:00 pm

We are happy to welcome many of our weekly vendors to the Sunday Market after their time away for the holiday season.

Our vendors include Ana’s Twist, David Argento, and the Papa’s Produce Market Team, Cold Country Salmon, Cocolita Mexican Food, Clean Life Kitchen, Mary Louise Body Oils and Balms, Touch by Prince, and the Yellow Dot Shop.


Any additional weather updates for the Farmer’s Market on Sunday, January 27th will be posted on the Old Town North Community Facebook Page

Shop local shop happy!

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.



Free Yoga in the Fresh Air

As the temperatures are dropping quickly the River’s Edge, Free Yoga in the Fresh Air has come to close but will return in the Spring as the weather warms. 

Sponsored by River’s Edge Yoga and the Old Town North Community Partnership with Support from the City of Alexandria Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities.

Check it out!

December Issue
Check out the Old Town North Column and read all about Old Friends and New!

In the Zebra Magazine. The Old Town North Column focuses on local author Ellen Hamilton and Holiday happenings in Old Town North.



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: info@oldtownnorth.org

Alexandria’s Old Town North Arts and Cultural District is brimming with health and wellness.

Old Town North has a wealth of fitness-oriented businesses and activities for all ages to enjoy. Not least, Old Town North is a very walkable neighborhood, where homes, jobs, shopping, dining, and recreating are all in close proximity. 

We also have the famous Mount Vernon Trail, enjoyed by bicyclists, joggers, and walkers… read more

Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP) presents Virtual Community Meeting

Thursday, January 27 at 6:30 p.m., Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP) will host the seventh in a series of virtual and open house community meetings regarding the transformation of the Potomac River Generating Site (PRGS) in Old Town North.

Alexandria Winter Restaurant Week

Alexandria Winter Restaurant Week is coming up soon and several of our Old Town North are joining the fun including Cafe 44 and the Royal Restaurant.

We continue to share the latest news and special offers from our local, small businesses on the Old Town North Community Partnership website. 

Take the Pledge

Pledge to support one local restaurant this Fall!

Our friends at Lost Boy Boy Cider will be offering tastings of their Ciders in Alexandria throughout the Fall. We’ll keep you posted!

The Dos and Don’ts of Caulking Windows

Did you know that 25% of heat loss during winter is a result of cold draughts seeping through your window frames? Follow our dos and don’ts for caulking windows to help regulate cold air and moisture infiltration.

  • DO remove old window sealant – This allows new caulk to adhere to the surface.
  • DO apply the new sealant to a clean surface – Use a solvent to wipe down window surfaces to remove dust and dirt.
  • DO choose the correct caulk – Choose the correct caulk for the specific location: Exterior windows, interior windows, humid rooms, or masonry siding.
  • DON’T  cut too much off the end of the caulk tube tip – The plastic tip on a caulk tube narrows to a point, the more you cut off, the larger the bead of caulk will be.
  • DON’T caulk weep holes – Weep holes are the small vents or openings in bricks that allow for proper airflow and water release. Weep holes are an important structural function to prevent rust, mold, and rot.
  • DON’T caulk your window shut – Take note of all the window sections and moveable parts that allow the window to open.

As always, if you’re not ready to take on the DIY, we are always here to help!


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