MIS/Jennie Dean Memorial Walking Tours
February 13 & 20/ 2 PM
In October 2020, the City dedicated a memorial to Ms. Jane “Jennie” Serepta Dean. Join us for a guided walking tour of the Manassas Industrial School site and discover the lasting impact Ms. Dean had on African American youth in Manassas.
- Tickets are $5 and reservations are required: https://cityofmanassas.recdesk.com/Community/Program
- Tours are outdoors—wear your walking shoes and dress warmly!
- Help us stay safe by wearing a mask and distancing from those not in your household.
The toys in this exhibit may be familiar or foreign, but the joy of time spent playing is something we can all remember fondly. The vintage toys on display are from the Museum's collection and from private collectors. The exhibit is open free during the Museum's open hours.
Manassas Museum Exhibit: Artistic Expression; March 5-31
The eighth annual Osbourn High School art exhibit will feature the works of students at Osbourn High School. A variety of mediums including painting, drawing, photos and sculpture are included in this student show.
Visit Facebook or YouTube for a variety of Spotlight Talks, Book Talks, Tours, and Hands-On History sessions.
Check the new Community Event Calendar