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Things to do and help others too

Calendar of charity events that raise funds or other type donations for many worthy causes in the community. Most events in Woodbridge-Manassas-Gainesville-Nokesville areas of Prince William County.

Things to do in the local area

Calendar of local happenings: Meetings, art shows, workshops, weekend events, children's activities and more. Many are free or have a small fee. Also see charity calendar--Things to do and help others too!

Santa to make early appearance Nov. 4 at holiday bazaar by Friends of Manassas Senior Center

Included in the day are a Secret Santa shop for children to purchase items for mom, dad and others and Santa Claus, himself. Everyone can get a picture with and a candy cane from Santa between 10 a.m. to noon for a donation of $1/picture.

Prince William Little Theatre to present “The Diary of Anne Frank” Oct. 20-29

Prince William Little Theatre will present “The Diary of Anne Frank” Oct. 20-29 at the Gregory Family Theatre of the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas.

Hangar dinner and dance at Manassas Airport to benefit Freedom Museum Oct. 21

The Freedom Museum will hold a Hangar Dance Fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 21, from 6:30 to 11 p.m. The $80 per person admission will include a dinner catered by JR’s Custom Catering and 40s and 50s dance music by The Swing Machine. Proceeds will help pay the museum’s operating expenses and add to its building fund.

Master Gardening: Take the guesswork out of pruning class Oct. 17 in Warrenton

Tim Ohlwiler, Horticulture Extension Agent, will teach the proper techniques for pruning shrubs and trees including timing, the different cuts and the tools that are necessary.

Volunteers wanted to lead self-managed health programs in Greater Prince William

Project Mend-A-House is now registering volunteer LEADERS for its popular Stanford Chronic Disease Self Management and Diabetes Self Management programs. No experience is needed.

Governor proclaims October as Wine Month in Virginia for 29th year

October Virginia Wine Month is the oldest wine month in the country. It began in 1988 as a way to support the state’s young wine business – with just 40 wineries at the time – and promote travel to Virginia wine country. Today, Virginia ranks fifth in the number of wineries in the nation with more than 280 wineries and over 410 vineyards.

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