Keeping up to date with Alexandria Archaeology
Alexandria Archaeology Volunteer News
The newsletter is posted here on our website. To receive a printed copy or to have the latest copy emailed to you, please join FOAA or become an active volunteer, and request a printed copy.
Here are recent issues of the Friends of Alexandria Archaeology's newsletter. Older issues are can be read in the museum, by appointment.
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Archives of the Alexandria Archaeology Volunteer News
Check our calendar and learn what is happening this month at Alexandria Archaeology, and at our other Historic Alexandria Museums.
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The Friends of Alexandria Archaeology maintain an email listserv that allows you to learn about the latest happenings at Alexandria Archaeology and gives you news regarding historic preservation and archaeology in the city, regionally, and nationally. The listserv will keep you informed about upcoming lectures and events and volunteer opportunities at Alexandria Archaeology and other archaeological locations in Northern Virginia. The list-serve generates approximately three messages a week and your email will not be shared with anyone. Additionally, anti-spam features have eliminated the chance of third party spam to the list-serve. To join, go to groups.yahoo.com/group/foaa/ and sign up! If at any time you wish to unsubscribe to the list serve, you can send an email to: FOAAemail@example.com. Nearly 500 people subscribe to the FOAA list-serve: don't be left out!
City of Alexandria eNews
Do you want even more information about what is happening in Historic Alexandria? Learn what is going on at all of the City of Alexandria's museums and historic sites by signing up for the City eNews. By going to the website enews.alexandriava.gov you can have the City of Alexandria send you information from the Office of Historic Alexandria, which will keep you up to date on the latest historical happenings. While at the City's eNews site, you can also sign up to get alerts about public safety; planning and zoning; city employment; and regional travel and traffic alerts. You pick and choose what information you want sent and how you want the information (to an email, your cellphone, or your portable data device (i.e., Blackberry, PDA, etc). The city eNews is a great way to keep informed.