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Love is in the air at PWC Clerk’s Office!

Jacqueline Smith, Esq, Clerk of Prince William Circuit Court and her staff are currently scheduling appointments for Valentine’s Day weddings and vow renewals that will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 14, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Call 703-302-6036 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Appointments are starting to fill up, according to a spokeswoman in the Clerk’s Office.

The Clerk and her deputies will be administering civil celebrant services during Smith’s annual Valentine’s Day Wedding Bash. Three Monkeys Pub & Chophouse in Old Town Manassas. has partnered with the Prince William County’s Clerk of the Circuit Court’s Office to host attendees and help celebrate couples in an exciting way. Originally a church, the Three Monkeys’ building is 147 years old and has an unusual ornate charm, a news release said.

If past experience is any indication, some couples may dress in traditional wedding attire, some may wear casual clothing and others may wear diverse costumes or special attire. All styles will be appropriate on this Day of Love, the Clerk’s office said. An estimated 25+ couples are usually married or renew their vows on Valentine’s Day with the Clerk of Prince William Circuit Court or her staff officiating.

The Clerk’s Office is located at 9311 Lee Avenue Room 306 on the third floor of the Prince William Judicial Center in the courthouse complex in Manassas.

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