Events and Programs

Calendar of Events


Lunch and Learn 

Thursday walking tours begin at the Manassas Museum. Other events are either at Liberia House Park, 8601 Portner Ave., or the Manassas Museum. Please bring a chair or blanket to enjoy the outdoor programs as we practice social distancing.

virtual programs are always available: Visit https://www.facebook.com/cityofmanassasleisure or https://www.youtube.com/user/ManassasCityVA/feed
for a variety of Spotlight Talks, Book Talks, Tours, and Hands-On History sessions.
Through November 15
New Exhibit: 
Consider the Source: Interpreting Manassas History on Paper 
Drawing from the museum’s extensive collection, this display features over 3 dozen documents collected over of the past 40 years. By posing questions such as “What do these documents tell us about changing social norms?” visitors will be challenged to consider these pieces in new and provocative ways.
Every Thursday through September 3
5:30 p.m.; $5 
Historic Downtown Walking Tours 
(weather permitting) – Historic Downtown Manassas Walking Tours from the Manassas Museum. Reservations required, tour size limited to 7 and social distancing guidelines followed; reserve at manassasechoes.com or call 703-257-8453.

July 17 - 8:30 p.m.; Free
African American Film Series @ Liberia House presents Harriet
Space is limited, please reserve your space in advance at manassasechoes.com
July 29 
3 p.m.; Free 
Stories of Preservation and Progress Talks at Liberia House, 8601 Portner Ave.
Nancy Berlin, master gardener, will talk about the garden project currently underway.
August 21 - 8:30 p.m.; Free
African American Film Series @ Liberia House, film TBD
Space is limited, please reserve your space in advance at manassasechoes.com
August 26 - 3 p.m.; Free
Stories of Preservation and Progress @ the Manassas Museum

Melyssa Webb discusses the work being done to clean headstones at the city cemetery and Rose Hill cemetery.
September 12 - 2-3 p.m.; Free
Front Porch Talk @ Liberia House

Linneall Naylor, descendant of an enslaved family at Liberia House in conversation with Colleen Blessing, descendant of Robert King Carter. 
September 18 - 8:30 p.m.; Free
African American Film Series @ Liberia House, film TBD

Space is limited, please reserve your space in advance at manassasechoes.com
September 30 - 3pm; Free
Stories of Preservation and Progress @ the Manassas Museum

Pastor Savage will discuss the rich history of First Baptist Church.