Reliable as the fresh chill of winter, The Campagna Center's 37th Annual Scottish Christmas Walk Weekend is the perfect highlight of the season. This year, alongside the traditional activities that have made the weekend an established Old Town ritual, The Campagna Center is thrilled to present a musical celebration, the inaugural Scottish Christmas Walk Weekend Celtic Concert.
Campagna Center News
Jefferson Houston Elementary School is offering local children a new, safer alternative to door-to-door trick-or-treating. On Monday, October 29, 2007, Jefferson Houston PTA, in conjunction with Alexandria Yellow Cab and The Campagna Center, will transform the Jefferson Houston parking lot into Halloween central for the First Annual Trunk or Treat.
The Campagna Center is pleased to announce that Senator John Warner and Mrs. Warner will serve as Grand Marshals for the 37th Annual Scottish Christmas Walk Parade to be held on Saturday, December 1, in Old Town Alexandria.
The Campagna Center’s Campagna Kids program will host diverse events at 12 Alexandria elementary schools in honor of the eighth annual Lights On Afterschool celebration.
Tom Bowman, an award-winning reporter with more than twenty years of experience, will address The Campagna Center’s Business leadership Council on Thursday, September 20, 2007.
Temperatures crept into the upper 80s as more than 85 golfers braved the heat and humidity to participate in The Campagna Center’s 13th Annual Spring Golf Outing on Monday, June 25, 2007.
The 21st Annual “Young at Art” show, sponsored by The Campagna Center’s Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, the Alexandria Commission on Aging, and The Friends of the Torpedo Factory Art Center will be held at The Campagna Center from July 16 - 26, 2007.
The paint brushes have been summoned, the creative caps have been donned, and the artistic juices are flowing! Residents of Goodwin House Alexandria are working feverishly to create and design artistically decorated children’s chairs.
The Campagna Center announced today that Lisa Guernsey — an education, science, and technology writer who has contributed to publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Chronicle of Higher Education — will speak to the Alexandria community at an upcoming seminar.
One of Alexandria’s most successful programs for Latinos students is poised for growth based on an agreement announced today by the Boards of Directors of Bienvenidos and The Campagna Center.