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Black & White Movie Night-Throwback Movie Night!

Movie starts a dark (approx. 8:00 p. m.). Free, donations accepted. Bring your blankets/chairs and meet us behind the Brentsville Courthouse for our annual FREE Movie Night! This year we will be showing the beloved classic Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Concessions will be available for purchase. 703-365-7895.

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Coming in November to Prince William Historic Preservation

Provided by Prince William County Historic Preservation Fall is finally here in Prince William County and we have some new and exciting things going on, including a new exhibit done in partnership with the Manassas Museum commemorating the 100th Anniversary of World War I. Starting in November, our sites are closed for regular tours, but you can still come and …

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Spirits this Friday and Saturday at Rippon Lodge

Provided by Prince William Historic Preservation Join us this Friday and Saturday for ghostly encounters and Spirits at Rippon Lodge Historic Site. Tours run every 20 minutes from 7:00 p. m. to 9:00 p. m.  $10 per person. Call 703-499-9812 to make your reservations today.  

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Profiles of Honor

Provided by Prince William Historic Preservation and Manassas Museum Join the Manassas Museum and the Prince William County Division of Historic Preservation in remembering the area’s World War I fallen, and those who faced hardship on the homefront. All events are free. October 6 and 7: Profiles of Honor History Mobile museum will visit Manassas for tours; 1:00 to 8:00 p. m. …

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Profiles of Honor

Provided by Prince William Historic Preservation and Manassas Museum Join the Manassas Museum and the Prince William County Division of Historic Preservation in remembering the area’s World War I fallen, and those who faced hardship on the homefront. All events are free. October 6 and 7: Profiles of Honor History Mobile museum will visit Manassas for tours; 1:00 to 8:00 p. m. …

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Civil War Raiders of Northern Virginia Bus Tour

Provided by Prince William Historic Preservation September 30 Civil War Raiders of Northern Virginia Bus Tour 8:30 a. m. – 4:30 p. m.; $80 per person (lunch included); reservations are required. Mosby was not the only band of guerillas in the area during the Civil War. Join historians from Prince William County Historic Preservation Division and the Mosby Heritage Area Association for a special …

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Coming this October to Prince William County Historic Preservation

Provided by Prince William Historic Preservation Fall is one of our favorite seasons here in Prince William County and we have LOTS of new and exciting things going on, including a new exhibit done in partnership with the Manassas Museum in commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of World War I. Get outside and learn about some of the county’s historic properties …

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Brentsville Day

Provided by Prince William Historic Preservation September 23 Brentsville Day! 11:00 a. m. – 4:00 p. m.; Free Join us for our first Brentsville Day! The community of Brentsville has been around for nearly 200 years and served as the social and political center of Prince William County for nearly 100 years. Enjoy historic farm demonstrations, living history, bluegrass music, games, food, tours of …

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Museum Kids Monday!

Provided by Prince William Historic Preservation September 18 Museum Kids Monday! 10:00 a. m. -11:00 a. m.; $5 per child, ages 8 and under Bring your child to explore history through sight, sound, smell, and touch through hands-on activities and crafts. Topics vary each month and will include subjects such as farming, textiles, and more. Adult must be able to participate with children. …

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Dance the Evening Away at the Rippon Lodge

Provided by Prince William Historic Preservation September 16 Dance the Evening Away at the Rippon Lodge 7:00 p..m. – 10:00 p. m.; $30.00 per person; active military discount available; reservations required From Hollywood to New York City, canteens were the place for soldiers to relax and enjoy good food, music, entertainment and dancing during World War II. Dance the night away at Rippon …

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