Through December 19 -- Manassas Faces, A New Exhibit
This exhibit features local residents, past and present, that have made a significant impact on Manassas and/or the surrounding community, but who are often overlooked.
Through December 19--Exhibit Opening Honoring the 75th Anniversary of the Greater Manassas Christmas Parade
See the exhibit that tells the story of the historic parade. The exhibit is open free until December 15 when the Museum will close for renovations.
December 12 from 1-4 PM -- Liberia Open House Hosted by the Manassas Museum Associates
See Liberia decked out for the season and see displays by area merchants.
December 15 @ 3 PM -- Stories of Preservation and Progress
Join us for a panel discussion about the different faith celebrations that occur in December. Hear from Imam Abdulahad Farooq of Dar Al Noor Islamic Center and Rabbi Lizz Goldstein of Congregation Ner Shalom and others.
Let us know what exhibits and programs you'd like to see when the renovated Museum reopens:
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Take your family on a screen-free field trip and explore three different important historic sites in Manassas that showcase the important contributions of African American residents of the city. The Manassas Museum and the new Manassas City Public Library have partnered to create a guide that includes family-friendly activities and conversation starters as well as a hands-on art activity to complete together. The guide is FREE and available for curbside pickup at the MCPL, at the Manassas Museum, or you can download it here.
Visit Facebook or YouTube for a variety of Spotlight Talks, Book Talks, Tours, and Hands-On History sessions.