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Manassas City Schools Open House, UNCOMMON and a Legendary Cartoonist

What happening this week end and around Manassas?

A photo of The Things I Know of Old Town Manassas. (screenshot of Mike McMahon photo on Flickr.)
A photo of The Things I Know of Old Town Manassas. (screenshot of Mike McMahon photo on Flickr.)
  • Attend the Open House of Manassas City Public Schools new central office building at 8700 Centreville Rd. from from 4-7 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 27   Tours of the building are open to staff, students, parents and the community.  
  • UNCOMMON, a new faith-based family film, will premier at St. Thomas United Methodist Church in Manassas at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday Jan. 30. There will also be a meet and great with the star of the film Erik Estrada.  Thursday's showing comes one day before the official world release of the film which chronicles the struggles of students at the fictional Rosewood High School as they write, produce and perform a theater play based on the Bible. The screening is at 8899 Sudley Rd. in Manassas. 
  • From now until Feb. 12, see the work of the late Washington Post editorial cartoonist Herb Block, known as “Herblock,” in a Manassas Museum called “The Long March.”  

    The exhibit chronicles the Civil Rights movement, which was one of the Pulitzer Prize winner’s chief concerns.  

  • Prince William County is reminding residents that all dogs over four months old must be licensed by Feb. 1. The fee is $10 per dog. Find out how to register.

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