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November 3 – Weekend Events

Web Admin - Friday, November 03, 2017

Here’s a look at what’s happening in our area this weekend.

The Fall Gallery Walk is Friday from 6 to 9pm in Historic Downtown Manassas. Artwork by local artist will be on display along West St.

Learn how Confederate soldiers lived at the Civil War Soldier’s Campfire Friday night from 6 to 7:30pm. At Ben Lomand Historic Site in Manassas. You’ll get to practice drills, learn about rations, and see a musket demonstration. The cost is $5 per person and reservations are recommended.

Parkridge Center in Manassas is having its Fall Festival on Saturday from 11am to 4pm. There will be live music, carnival games, a petting zoo, arts and crafts, and more. This is a free event.

Halloween was on Tuesday, but the fun continues in Clarendon this Saturday from 1 to 9pm at the Clarendon Halloween Crawl . The cost is $20 online or $30 the day of the event and includes a souvenir mug, access to the bars, food and drink deals, and more. Don’t forget to wear your costume for the costume contest.

The Valley Fest Street Festival is Sunday from 12 to 5pm in Shirlington. There will be live entertainment, art displays, a kid’s zone, food trucks, and more. Ticket prices vary depending on the package purchased so visit the website for your options.

Sunday’s Free Book Talk at the Manassas Museum will feature Patrick O'Neill who will discuss his book "To Annoy or Destroy the Enemy.” The talk will begin at 1:30pm.

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