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Psi Alpha Alpha will be hosting its 2nd Annual Health Fair & Blood Drive on Saturday, June 29 at the Gum Springs Community Center from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. For more detailed information about featured services. Registration is preferred but not required. Click here to register online.
Psi Alpha Alpha will be hosting its Annual Health Fair & Blood Drive in partnership with INOVA Mount Vernon Hospital on Saturday, June 29th at the Gum Springs Community Center from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Registration is preferred but not required. Click here to register online. Due to the limited slots for blood donor slots, it is requested that you sign up for a time slot. Click here to register for the Blood Drive.
- Learning Sessions
- Mental Health in the African American Community
- Dept. of Family Services
- SNAP (Food Assistance)
- Medicaid & Medical Care for Children Partnership
- Foster Care
- American Diabetes Association
- Sickle Cell Disease Awareness
- Health Dept Outreach Unit
- Health Screenings
- Blood Pressure
Join us on Saturday, June 29th, when Workhouse Fireworks race skyward and illuminate the Northern Virginia landscape in an expertly-choreographed display of pyrotechnic light and thunder.
Launched from our historic, 55-acre campus, the region’s largest pre-Independence Day fireworks show celebrates the history of this amazing nation and honors the courage and sacrifice that have made America a beacon of hope and freedom around the world. A nearly 30-minute fireworks show follows our Rizer Pavilion musical performance by the US NAVY BAND SEA CHANTERS and will dazzle visitors with an incredible display of vibrant colors, bright lights, and ground-shaking explosions.
General admission to Workhouse Fireworks is free; parking* is $25 per car or $30 cash only at the Workhouse if spaces are available after pre-sales. Our parking lot sells out each year, so buy early to avoid disappointment. All vehicles will enter the Workhouse via eastbound Workhouse Road. Please note that refunds will only be provided should the event be cancelled.
Spend a Sunday afternoon enjoying the old-fashioned pleasure of hand-cranked ice cream. Mark your calendar for “Ice Cream at Historic Huntley” on Sunday, July 7, 2019.
Family members of all ages can make and enjoy hand-cranked ice cream as Huntley’s Harris family may have done. Discover how the histories of ice cream and Huntley follow a similar path from elite luxury to family fare. Take time to tour the ice well and the Historic Huntley home, too. The program runs from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. The cost is $8 per person.
Historic Huntley is located at 6918 Harrison Lane, Alexandria, VA, near the entrance to Huntley Meadows Park. For more information, call the park at 703-768-2525 or visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/historic-huntley.
The study will focus on intersections between the City of Alexandria and George Washington’s Mount Vernon. During the upcoming public engagement process, the NPS and FHWA will share recently compiled safety data from the south parkway and ask people to share their concerns or ideas about how to improve safety while protecting the parkway’s scenic appearance and historic character.