The market opens every Thursday from 3 pm – 7 pm through October. It is located in the lot next to the Huntington Metro garage near North Kings Highway.
Join your neighbors for Jefferson Manor’s Annual Fall Festival.
We’ll meet at Jefferson Manor Park from 1pm to 4pm. Join us for a kids and adult costume contest, games, crafts, and a potluck!
No requirement to bring food or drink to enjoy the fun. Don’t forget to wear your costume!
We hope you’ll join your neighbors in celebrating!
JMCA is proud to present our holiday extravaganza featuring Cookies & Cocoa with Santa (bring your own camera or smartphone for pictures), Reindeer Race at 3:30, and lighting of the Menorah (all are welcome) at 4:30. Bring a new and unwrapped toy to donate to Toys for Tots. A big thank you to our sponsors Captain Cookie, Onelife Fitness, and the Davis Family.
State Senator Adam Ebbin and Delegate Mark Sickles are hosting a town hall meeting as the next session of the Virginia Assembly begins. The town hall is on Saturday, January 20 from Noon-1:30 PM at Mount Eagle Elementary School. Come out to hear from our local representatives and ask questions about the next legislative session.
Join the neighborhood for the 12th Annual Al & Sandy Snyder Home and Garden Tour. The self-guided tour showcases our unique Jefferson Manor properties. Have a smart home renovation, DIY project, or landscape inspiration to show? Show off your home, yard (or both!), it’s up to you. You pick what to show and what is off-limits. Just backyard, only kitchen, main floor, etc.
Contact email@example.com to be added to the tour map.
The tour, hosted by the JMCA, was named for Al & Sandy Snyder in 2013. The Snyders bought their first home as newlyweds in Jefferson Manor in 1947. They raised their three children here and lived in the Manor until 2011.
The tour will start and end at 2803 Fairhaven Ave, Alexandria, VA. Join neighbors for an after-tour happy hour hosted by the Davis family at 2803 Fairhaven Ave.
Join us for a fun day of making park improvements together as a community!
** All volunteers receive a free T-shirt!**
Food and Drinks will be provided
Date: Saturday, June 16 starting at 9:00 a.m.
• Cleaning & painting the Pavilion
• Spreading fresh crushed stone
• Picking up trash
• Various other smaller painting projects
Supplies are provided but recommend bringing gloves and any other tools you think would be useful.
For more information or to sign-up, contact: Sharon Evans, firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a JMCA member? Members, and those who wish to join our neighborhood association on the spot, are invited to a special beer tasting. We will feature a New England IPA brewed by neighbors Kelly Marshall and a Hefeweizen by Chris McClintock. For those who don’t like beer, we’ll have rose (also pronounced Brosé), compliments of neighbors Kay Floyd and Pierce Blue. People-friendly dogs are welcome. All drinkers must be 21+. To join JMCA and attend this FABULOUS event, visit here and select one- or two-year membership: http://jeffersonmanor.org/
All members will receive a complimentary reusable cup with the new Jefferson Manor logo!
On behalf of Neighborhood Watch, join your fellow Jefferson Manor residents at the Jefferson Manor Park Pavilion for National Night Out! We will be serving hot dogs (veggie options available), ice cream, root beer, and other cold beverages to all who attend! Owners, renters, and friends welcome. And we are expecting a few special visitors!
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National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances.
Millions of neighbors take part in National Night Out across thousands of communities from all fifty states, U.S. territories and military bases worldwide on the first Tuesday in August.
The JMCA bi-monthly community meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, September 19 at 7:00 PM at the Mount Eagle Elementary School Cafeteria.
Membership will be asked to vote on an amendment to the JMCA Bylaws. The amendment may be reviewed at the link at the bottom of this page: http://jeffersonmanor.org/about-jmca/
Resident and Advisory Committee Member for Embark Chris Soule will provide a brief update on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors’ approval of the Embark Amendment and what it means for the future of the Richmond Highway corridor. We will also be asking residents in attendance to participate in a short (and fun!) design charrette.
Chris and the JMCA worked to add language written into the Embark amendment that could provide an opportunity to address some of the road design safety issues of North Kings Highway, between Fort Drive and School Street specifically. The JMCA sees this as an opportunity to carry some of the multimodal and pedestrian safety goals of Richmond Highway thru to North Kings Highway.
All JMCA events and meetings are KID-FRIENDLY unless otherwise noted (e.g. the Adult Holiday Happy Hour).
It’s time to join or renew your JMCA membership! We will be accepting cash, credit, and checks, any household, owner or renter, can join! Annual membership fees are $20 per household, $10 for seniors, and $35 if you purchase two years in advance.