After a hiatus of more than a year due to the pandemic and COVID-19 restrictions, Alexandria's Queens on King Street group will reconvene on Tuesday, July 13th at The Light Horse from 6:00-8:00 p.m. The occasion will also serve as the group's five-year anniversary. In 2015, co-founders Timothy McCue, Nathan Sell, and Alex Rodriguez-Rozic created Queens on King Street to provide a space for LGBTQ+ individuals that live, work, or just love to visit Old Town Alexandria. Until March 2020 and the pandemic, the twice monthly Queens on King Street gatherings brought, on average, more than 50 attendees and thousands of dollars in business to establishments up and down King Street! Co-founder, Timothy McCue stated, "We are ecstatic that The Light Horse will serve as our launching pad for the next chapter of Queens on King Street events. We've missed everyone and look forward to bringing back the events starting this summer."