Cambodian Community Day

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    For Another year of Fun
    Sunday August 19th
    12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    Ben Brenman Park
    Alexandria, VA 

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    Sophia Tep:  (703) 966-9590
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Northern VA
Northern VA

From Old Town Alexandria:

Proceed west on Duke Street (Route 236), pass Foxchase Shopping Center and took for the brown Ben Brenman Park sign. For drop-off only, turn right onto ramp. Drive over the bridge to the Stop sign and the entrance to the park. Take a right onto Ben Brenman Drive, proceed to 2nd stop sign, turn left onto Somervelle Street. Drop-off location is at the end of Somervelle Street. Proceed to off-site parking as directed.

From Washington, DC:

  • Take I-395 S (Crossing into Virginia)
  • Merge onto VA-236 E/Duke St via EXIT 3A toward Landmark.Exit 3A (East Duke Street/Landmark), Proceed East on Duke Street, pass Landmark Shopping Center, then, follow off-site parking direction below.

 From Woodbridge, VA:

  • TakeI-95 N toward Washington. Continue on the current road merging onto I-395 N toward Washington
  • Merge onto Duke St/VA-236 E via EXIT 3A toward Landmark.  Proceed East on Duke Street, pass Landmark Shopping Center, then, follow off-site parking direction below.

From Silver Spring, MD

  • Take I-495 S/Capital Beltway/I-495 OUTERLOOP toward Richmond/Alexandria
  • Merge onto I-395 N via EXIT 57B toward Washington
  • Merge onto Duke St/VA-236 E via EXIT 3A toward Landmark. Proceed East on Duke Street, pass Landmark Shopping Center, then, follow off-site parking direction below.
 

From Oxon Hill, MD

  • Take I-95 S cross Wilson Bridge into Virginia
  • Merge onto I-95 N toward Washington
  • Merge onto Duke St/VA-236 E via EXIT 3A toward Landmark. Proceed East on Duke Street, pass Landmark Shopping Center, then, follow off-site parking direction below.

 To off-site parking

(follow the yellow highlight on the map below)
  • Turn right onto S Picket St
  • Turn left onto Cameron Station Boulevard. Proceed to park on any space available at Armistead Booth Park and walk to the front of Samuel Tucker Elementary School. You may also park at the school parking lot behind the school adjacent to the apartment building complex. Walk to the front of the school.
  • Alternatively, proceed a little bit further east and turn right onto Cameron Station Boulevard and find a place to park either at the school parking lot behind the school or proceed a little to Armistead Booth Park. Walk to the front of the school.
The shuttle van will be in front of school. It will run continuously from and to the park. Last shuttle van from the park is 5:00 PM.
 
Northern VA

Drop-off only

(follow the yellow highlight on the map above)

  • Proceed a little bit further and turn right onto Somervelle St 
  • Alternatively, proceed a little bit further east and slight right turn onto exit ramp toward the park entrance.

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