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Run Like A Turkey – Del Ray Turkey Trot!

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Start of a day of indulgence with a little brisk exercise! Burn off some calories for a good cause, before you go home and put some more back on. A Thanksgiving morning tradition, the 41st annual Alexandria Turkey Trot is the Mid-Atlantic's premiere Turkey Trot. With nearly 6,000 runners — including some of the fastest […]

Don’t Forget to Vote!

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Don't forget to vote today! It's the most fundamental right. If you've updated your voting registration to your current address here at Windsor at Arbors, your local polling place is: Samuel Tucker School 435 Ferdinand Day Dr Alexandria, VA 22304 A short drive, just behind the Home Depot. You can also double check your polling […]

Old Town Ghost Tours!

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Embrace the spooky season, and delve into the history of Alexandria, with a Ghost tour! Alexandria Colonial Tours runs Ghost & Graveyard Tours every evening in October and November, until Thanksgiving. You’ll follow an 18th century costumed guide by lantern light through the charming streets of historic Old Town. On this entertaining tour you’ll hear […]

October Resident Event: Beers Around The World!

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Come enjoy our monthly resident event in the Leasing Office! Tonight we'll have a complimentary beer tasting, from 6:30 to 8 PM. Featuring six beers, imported and domestic. Learn about the beers, their regions, and the beer making process. Of course, open to residents over 21 years of age only. Tuesday October 23rd 6:30 – […]

Fall Harvest Days at Mt. Vernon!

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This weekend George Washington's Mount Vernon estate, just south of Old Town Alexandria, celebrates Fall Harvest days. This celebration of everything autumnal includes wagon rides, agricultural demonstrations, corn husk dolls, early-American games and music, sightseeing cruises of the Potomac, and more old-timey fun than you can shake a stick at. George Washington's Mount Vernon is […]

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