Monday is in the can, so pat yourselves on the back.
You done? OK. Let’s get to Tuesday.
Here are 5 things for today in the Old Town area and beyond.
Lemonade Day — National Lemonade Day is celebrated today. Outside of your kitchen, what’s your favorite place to get your sweet lemon fix? I’m partial to Bittersweet (823 King St.) and Rocklands (25 S. Quaker Ln.).
World Tavern Poker Night — The Fish Market (105 King St.) hosts the event every Tuesday at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Call 703-836-5676 for more information.
Lou Massa — The author and scientist will discuss his book “Science and the Written Word,” a work aiming to provide an understanding of science and its relation to society, at 7 p.m. at the Beatley Central Library (5005 Duke St.).
"Chasing Ice" — This free film screening will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Old Presbyterian Meeting House, 323 S. Fairfax St. in Old Town. The climate change documentary follows the story of a photographer struggling to document the melting of glaciers before they're gone. Hosted by the Chesapeake Climate Change Action Network.
Restaurant Week Reminder — Alexandria kicks off its restaurant week on Friday night with $35 dinner-for-two and three-course prix-fixe options at participating restaurants. Plan your dining adventures on the Alexandria Convention and Visitors Association website.