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Support The Art League and SOHO With Your Post-Thanksgiving Shopping

Planning on doing some shopping after Thanksgiving? You can buy artwork at The Art League Gallery on Black Friday (November 23) at a 10% discount, and purchases at the Alexandria Barnes & Noble on Saturday, November 24 (or online through November 29) will benefit the Space of Her Own mentorship program! See below for details.

Pieces from “Small Works” and “Large Works.”

10% Off In The Art League Gallery on Black Friday!
On Black Friday (Friday, November 23) The Art League is offering 10% off on all purchases in The Art League Gallery between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm! 24-hour holds, time payments, gift certificates, and membership fees are not included in this offer. Find original artwork at affordable prices – including oils, watercolors, photographs, sculpture, and hand-painted ornaments for your holiday tree.

Plus, the City of Alexandria is offering free parking at parking meters and in all City-owned garages and parking lots as a special incentive for shoppers to visit Old Town to make their holiday purchases.

For images of artwork in the Gallery this month, click to see our Flickr sets for the exhibits “Small Works,” “Large Works,” and “Cold River.”

Buy In Store or Online to Support SOHO!
Join SOHO, the award-winning mentorship program, at the Barnes & Noble in Alexandria for their book fair, Saturday, November 24, 9:00 am–10:00 pm. You can stop by the craft table to make a holiday ornament to take home, and 10% of your purchases will help renovate a SOHO girl’s bedroom! Be sure to print out this flyer (PDF) and present it at checkout. The Barnes & Noble is at 3651 Jefferson Davis Highway, Alexandria, VA 22305.

If you can’t make it on Saturday, you can shop online from November 24 through 29 and enter bookfair ID 10894384 at checkout to support the program! Click here to see SOHO’s Facebook event.

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