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Fourth Old Town Manassas Spring Cleaning Day in April

Fourth Old Town Manassas Spring Cleaning Day in April

On Sat., Apr. 23 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Old Town Manassas will host the Fourth Annual Spring Cleaning Day at the Harris Pavilion at 9201 Center Street in Manassas, Va., where attendees can recycle their gently used household items or clothes and donate them to local non-profits, visit recycling and conservation exhibits, and kids can make earth-friendly art projects. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, visit www.visitmanssas.org or call 703.361.6599.        


The Manassas Art Guild will also be featuring a spring Earth exhibit, where artists showcase their artwork reflecting themes of recycling, natural materials and the environment. 

Spring Cleaning Day will also provide live entertainment from local entertainers, inflatable moon bounces for kids and a special preview of this summer’s Manassas farmer’s market vendors.

Aurora Quilts Opens in Old Town Manassas

Aurora Quilts Opens in Old Town Manassas

Aurora Quilts, located at 9100 Church Street, Suite 101 in Old Town Manassas, Va., opened its doors to offer quilting classes, sell books and quilting fabrics. An avid quilter, Manassas resident, Jean Schachner is the owner of Aurora Quilts.   For more information, go to www.auroraquilts.com.

For more information about the Historic Manassas, Inc., call 703.361.6599 or go to www.visitmanassas.org.

The Capital Home and Garden Show Gears Up for a Big Weekend

The Capital Home and Garden Show Gears Up for a Big Weekend

Preparations are well underway at the Dulles Expo Center for this weekend's Capital Home & Garden Show. The show starts this Friday, February 25th and runs through Sunday, February 27th. This marks the 15th Capital Home and Garden Show and show manager, Alyson Caplan, is looking forward to hosting her first spring show after holding a successful fall show this past September. “This is the time of year people are planning spring projects,” said Caplan.

Prevent False Alarms This Holiday Season

From Prince William County Police Department:

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA . . . Don’t let your holiday season be ruined by false alarms! There are simple steps that you can take to avoid what could be costly mistakes, while at the same time creating a lovely holiday atmosphere in your home or business.

Motion Detectors and Holiday Decorations

Pepsi Refresh Project “Redeem the Dream”

This was sent to us by First Home Alliance:

Woodbridge, Virginia – October 1, 2010.  Pepsi is giving away $1.3 million each month.  First Home Alliance a local not-for-profit 501 (c) (3), HUD approved housing counseling agency is in the running for a $250,000 Pepsi Refresh grant! If we win this great, we can “Redeem the Dream” of many more families in our community by saving them from foreclosure.  We provide Loss Mitigation intervention between home owners and their Mortgage Loan Servicers.  We also outreach and empower our community by providing Financial Literacy education.

Here is how you can help! From October 1 – 31, visit:  www.refresheverything.com/FirstHomeAlliance and vote every day.

Here is how you can help even more!
Post the link to our website in your status so other people can see it and then vote for us!