City Manager Breakfast at USPTO on March 30th
Carlyle Council is a sponsor of the annual breakfast briefing from Alexandria City Manager Mark Jinks. The event will be held on Thursday, March 30th from 8 – 10 am in the south auditorium of the USPTO Madison building located at 600 Dulany Street in Carlyle. The Eisenhower Partnership is hosting the event. This is the best opportunity to hear first-hand about the City’s proposed budget for the FY18 fiscal year and his remarks about issues impacting the Greater Carlyle Community including tax and fee proposals and development updates. Breakfast will be served. Registration is required: www.eisenhowerpartnership.org/event-2478208/Registration
Carlyle Club March Entertainment Schedule
Carlyle is home to the Carlyle Club, the unique 1930s style supper club located at 2050 Ballenger Avenue in the Catholic Charities USA building. Visit their website for updates on their entertainment schedule and to buy tickets: thecarlyleclub.com. Their March line-up includes:
March 10th: Comedy Night at the Carlyle Club, 8 pm, $25
March 12th : Rack Pack, Together Again, 7 pm, $28
March 17th : St. Patrick's Day with Big Bad Juju, 8 pm, $15
March 19th: An evening with Halima Peru, 6:30 pm, $25
March 24th: A Tribute to the Music of Teena Marie and Rick James, 8 pm, $30
March 26th: Leonard, Coleman & Blunt, 7 pm, $35
March 29th: The Vocal Workshop Showcase, 7 & 9 pm, $10
Barley and Music Spring Festival Set for April 22 & 23
A new hops, beats and bites themed event debuted last fall in Carlyle and is returning this spring for a two-day event Saturday, April 22nd and Sunday, April 23rd from noon to 6 pm at John Carlyle Square Park with craft brews from artisanal breweries, live entertainment, vendors and restaurants. This outdoor festival is hosted by SB Productions, a Virginia non-profit corporation, that is committed to giving back to the local community by offering grants to local non-profit organizations. If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities email to email@example.com.
Save the Date: Bike to Work Day is Friday, May 19th
Bike over to the Carlyle Pit Stop for Bike to Work Day (BTWD) set for Friday morning, May 19th at John Carlyle Square Park. Carlyle Council is the sponsor of this popular community event. Bike to Work Day is a regional event co-organized by Commuter Connections and the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) in support of cycling as a healthy, green commuting option that reduces car emissions, and has a positive impact on the environment. Registration for the 2017 event is free and easy. Stay tuned for an announcement soon when registration opens. Early registrants will receive a free event t-shirt and be entered in a regional raffle to win one of many donated bicycles. Registered cyclists at Carlyle’s Pit Stop will receive free snacks and beverages, be entered in Carlyle’s raffle with prizes given out continuously, musical entertainment, free bike maintenance advice, giveaways and much, much more.