Historic Manassas celebrates America

June 10, 2017 by  

Historic Downtown Manassas will be the place to be for Independence Day this year.

The City of Manassas and Historic Manassas, Inc. will be sponsoring [Read more]

Manassas readies for train festival

May 28, 2017 by  

Historic Manassas will be hosting the 23rd Annual Heritage Railway Festival early in June. The event will be a celebration of our area’s rich railroad history.

The event will [Read more]

Manassas celebrates jazz

April 27, 2017 by  

An International Jazz Celebration will be coming to town in the next few days. Organizers promise that this will be an evening of music, culture, and art.

Live music will be [Read more]

Hylton Center holds gala for seventh year

March 20, 2017 by  

The Hylton Performing Arts Center will be presenting its Seventh Anniversary Gala early in April.

The Gala will be begin with a [Read more]

Manassas celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with its annual parade

February 20, 2017 by  

Our Mayor, Hall Parish has declared the month of March as Irish History Month and to celebrate the Irish, the 18th annual Greater Manassas St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be marching through downtown Manassas the middle of [Read more]

Five Irish Tenors come to Manassas

January 14, 2017 by  

Ireland’s five premier tenors are coming to the Hylton Performing Arts Center at the end of January. From Dublin, Ireland the five are making their first tour “A Salute to Ireland” here in the United States. The five will be [Read more]

Manassas gets ready for the Five Irish Tenors

December 21, 2016 by  

The first entry in locals’ new 2017 calendars may just be the upcoming performance of The Five Irish Tenors.

The five premier Irish tenors, coming over [Read more]

Manassas kicks off the Christmas season

November 25, 2016 by  

Greater Manassas will get us all into the holiday spirit with three events coming in early December.

Over 50,000 spectators will be [Read more]

Manassas Halloween to have something for everyone

October 10, 2016 by  

For the little ones, Historic Downtown Manassas will be presenting its annual Haunted Happenings. The event will be hosted by the Old Town Business Association and Historic Manassas, Inc.

Local merchants will be handing out candy to children as the little ghosts and goblins go trick-or-treating down the street. Kids will also enjoy the ghoulish games along the way.

Youngsters will want to dress up in their favorite Halloween costumes and participate in the costume contest and the parade. Popcorn will be free, and so will the event.

Local businesses may still have time to apply for Center Street banners. These are hung ffree of charge, but the cost for creating them will fall to the individual or company. Banners will be hung for one week, and naturally Halloween week will get the best fall exposure.

Older children, teens, and adults will surely opt for Spirits of Manassas. Tours will visit a cemetery, a Civil War site of two bloody battles, scenes of villainous crimes, and a devastating fire, all accompanied by creepy stories and unexplained happenings.

Both activities will be Saturday, October 29. The Haunted Happenings will run from 10:00 am until noon in Historic Downtown Manassas, while the Spirits of Manassas Tours will start in the Manassas Museum lobby, 9101 Prince William Street, at 7:00, 7:30, and 8:00 pm.

Old Manassas gets into fall spirit with annual jubilee

September 14, 2016 by  

The season is changing into fall and Manassas is getting into the spirit with its upcoming 34th Annual Fall Jubilee.

The event will feature over 100 booths of [Read more]

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