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Visitors can get a feel for Manassas in April 1962

Special tours April 21 at Ben Lomond in Manassas VA will immerse visitors on what it was like to be here in Manassas in the spring of 1862. Meet Federal soldiers searching for supplies, looting the main house, and graffiting the wall in this living history program.

Cellist David Cho to appear with Piedmont Symphony Orchestra for all-Dvorak program April 15

Piedmont Symphony Orchestra in Warrenton VA will perform an all-Dvorak program on April 15 with cellist David Cho as soloist.

April Fool’s debunking of popular history myths and tall tales at Ben Lomond

Staff of Prince William County's Ben Lomond Historic Site in Manassas VA will lead visitors on humorous myth-busting tours March 31.

Musical story of Peter and the Wolf at HPAC March 24-25

Manassas Ballet Theatre is reaching out to a new generation to introduce them to music, dance, theatre and orchestra through its production of Peter and the Wolf and More.

Women’s history in spotlight at Ben Lomond Historic Site

Take a tour of the Ben Lomond Historic Site in Prince William County VA on March 24 and learn about how women both North and South experienced and influenced the Civil War in unprecedented roles.

“And Then There were None” on stage at Fauquier Community Theater

Fauquier Community Theater, Warrenton VA, is presenting Agatha Christie's classic whodunit "And Then There Were None" on the FCT stage at Vint Hill on three weekends during March. Catch the show at 8 p.m. on Friday or Saturday evenings or Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m. March 2-4, 9-11 and 16-18.

What to do when families get angry

Learn what do to when there is anger is the home by attending a three-class series developed by the Prince William VA Cooperative Extension office. Upcoming classes are in Woodbridge and in Manassas.

Black History Month focus on Liberia Plantation Feb. 11

Feb. 11 visitors to Manassas, VA have the chance to get a rare glimpse into Liberia, the 1825 plantation home, currently under restoration, and a discussion of typical slave work, food ways, and life at plantations.

Tour Lucasville School for free on weekends during Black History Month

Experience African American history in Prince William County VA and nearby City of Manassas VA at three old sites that will be open for visitors, one with a special program in honor of Black History Month.

Historian’s talk a “tantalizing” story of race relations in antebellum Virginia

Prince William County VA.'s Historic Preservation Division, will honor Black History Month with a lecture by Historian Emmanuel Dabney on “Diamonds, Education, Emancipation, and Race: The Family of Silas Omohundro.”
Today's Obituaries

Robert “Bob” Seefeldt, veteran, teacher, FFA program specialist, volunteer, global missionary

Robert Arthur Seefeldt, of Woodbridge, VA passed away peacefully on May 23, 2020 while receiving hospice care. Bob and his wife, Kathy, a former chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors and a former Occoquan Supervisor, were among the pioneering families of Lake Ridge. A private service was conducted on June 10, 2020 followed by interment at Quantico National Cemetery.

Robert “Bob” Blevins Jr., retired principal, Woodbridge Lion, founding member Woodbridge church

Robert Lee Blevins, Jr. of Woodbridge, VA, died peacefully on Saturday, May 23, 2020. He was 87 years old. There will be a memorial service to celebrate Bob’s life in the coming months.

Elizabeth Crouch McCuin, PWCS bus driver for 46 years

A private burial service was held at the Gainesville Methodist Cemetery on Friday May 8, 2020 for Elizabeth Crouch McCuin, 78, of Gainesville, Va., who died at home surrounded by her loving family on May 5, 2020. A celebration of Elizabeth’s life will be held at a later date once it is deemed safe to gather in large groups.
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