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New Neighbors Artisan Beer Tasting & Silent Auction Fundraiser
For eleven years, New Neighbors has succeeded in providing a welcoming, diverse, multi-cultural community, where adult students and children thrive in an atmosphere of friendship and hospitality. Our high quality, low cost English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction and family literacy programs help transform the lives of over 300 adults and 140 children each year by providing skills and experience they need to become self-sufficient, fully participating members of the community.
To celebrate students’ success and New Neighbors’ commitment to our local community, we plan to hold an Artisan Beer Tasting and Silent Auction event on Friday, March 9th, from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. at The Campagna Center in Alexandria, Virginia.
New Neighbors, now a program of The Campagna Center, continues to rely on the generosity of Christ Church for its space as well as volunteers and donors to provide instruction classes and childcare programs at fees well below cost. Your sponsorship will help bridge the gap between tuition income and the actual costs of offering these programs. We ask you to join us in advancing this important work.
The Campagna Center is pleased to introduce Port City Brewing Company and A Thyme and Place Catering and thank them for partnering with us for this event.
|Where||The Campagna Center 418 S Washington St, Alexandria, VA 22314|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||6:30 pm–9:00 pm|
More About The Campagna Center
The Campagna Center gives Alexandria's children resources to ensure they become productive members of the community. It offers a series of after-school and other programs to keep kids engaged at the center and throughout the city's public schools. It was originally founded as the Alexandria branch of the YMCA, but evolved into a separate entity with the help of Elizabeth Anne Campagna, the YMCA's director in the 1960s who in turn led the Campagna Center. The center's building sits on a parcel of land originally dedicated by George Washington to the city of Alexandria for the Alexandria Academy, an educational institution.