November Events in Northern Virginia

We like to keep things flexible around here, and that includes our November plans in NoVa. We asked our team and the e-lofts community how they’re spending time as the holidays approach and got some great ideas for staying active while enjoying the crisp fall air. Whether you love the outdoors or want to stay warm, there are plenty of activities in northern Virginia just minutes from e-lofts.



November 1 – December 27, Alexandria

Every Tuesday at 7 p.m., you can enjoy a brewhouse yoga session at the oldest packaging brewery in the DC area. For just $15, the award-winning Port City Brewing Company hosts BeerYoga, and all attendees receive a pint in the tasting room once the session ends. Book your spot now — there are only 40 in each class. Suitable for beginners and advanced students, this is the most unique yoga experience you will find in northern Virginia.

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Clarendon Halloween Crawl

November 5, Arlington

It may be November, but you still have one more chance to show off your most creative costume while enjoying the best in Arlington nightlife. Attendees can purchase their tickets on the day of the event but receive a 50% discount if they buy online. Prizes, food specials, drink discounts and souvenir mugs will also be given to those who join in on the fun.

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10th Annual Alexandria Film Festival

November 10-13, Alexandria

If you’re a movie buff or a film fanatic, this four-day festival is the perfect weekend activity. In its 10th year, the Alexandria Film Festival attracts local, national and international films ranging from documentaries to feature length films. For $50, you have access to an all-festival pass that grants you admission to every screening, an awards ceremony and an exclusive premier of the PBS series, “Mercy Street.”

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41st Alexandria Turkey Trot

November 24, Del Ray

Before you chow down on turkey and stuffing, start your morning off right at the Alexandria Turkey Trot. The five-mile run/walk attracts thousands of visitors each year and is a local tradition in the community. Tickets are cheap, and the route is pet and stroller friendly.

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