The City of Alexandria has been a leader in the field of historic preservation, from the creation of the country’s third oldest historic district in 1946 to the start of Alexandria Archaeology in 1961.
May is Preservation Month, a time when communities across the country celebrate historic preservation locally. The City is hosting a series of events to highlight Alexandria’s historic preservation initiatives whether you want to listen to a talk, go for a walking tour or have a drink with other preservationists.
Lost Alexandria by author Jay Roberts
Thursday, May 11, 7 p.m.,
Lloyd House, 220 N. Washington St.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Fee: $10, includes lecture, book signing and reception
Enjoy a special evening “Salon” with Alexandria historian Jay Roberts as he shares research from his newest publication, Lost Alexandria. “Hot off the press” – this book is well-researched and beautifully illustrated. The book will be on sale for a special “Salon” price and Mr. Roberts will personalize copies.
Advance reservations required, limited seating.
This series of events is sponsored by the Office of Historic Alexandria and Alexandria Department of Planning & Zoning.
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