Events for Saturday, February 18, 2017

Artisan Fair at BadWolf Kao Circle

Saturday, 02/18/2017 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Artisan Fair @ Kao Circle 6-9pm Free Event. There are some spots still available. You just need to bring a table and some work to sell on Sat. FEB. 18th. Please email Gabby if you would like to participate. gabbygillart@yahoo.com Attachments

Family Paint Party

Saturday, 02/18/2017 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Come and spend the afternoon with us painting "Love Birds". Register and view the painting ahead of time on our website. Painters are welcome to bring food and drinks. Attachments

Ice Skating at The Harris Pavilion

Saturday, 02/18/2017 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Admission: • Adults – $8.00 • Children 10 & under $7.00 • Skate Rentals $5.00 • Adult Season Pass – – $180.00 – Does NOT include skate rental • Child Season Pass – $170.00 (10 and under) -Does Not include skate rental • Adult 10-visit pass – $70.00 (includes skate rental) • Child 10-visit pass – (10 and under) $60.00 (includes skate rental) Attachments

Lucasville School Open Weekends

Saturday, 02/18/2017 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Join us as we celebrate African American History Month at the historic Lucasville School with our open house weekends in February. With a special performance by the Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 11th at 11 a.m., visit the reconstructed 19th century school used by the community of Lucasville. Learn surprising facts of African American history in Prince William County and throughout the Northern Virginia region. Each weekend, enjoy a different activity in the schoolhouse, from tours and crafts, to photograph exhibits. Attachments

Everyday Full of Work: The African-American Experience at Ben Lomond

Saturday, 02/18/2017 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Ben Lomond Historic Site is proud to present special guided tours in recognition of African-American History month. Visitors can explore the historic home and the original slave quarter to learn about the enslaved population living at Ben Lomond in the years before the Civil War. Visit spaces not ordinarily open to the public and participate in hands-on activities to learn about some of the chores that enslaved men, women, and children, were expected to complete and the lives of the enslaved community. Attachments


 

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