Come sing with the Woodbridge Community Choir!
The WCC is getting ready for our 2019 Christmas concert season Still My Joy and we would love for you to come join in all the choral fun!
The WCC is a volunteer organization with members from all walks of life. Auditions are not required to become a member – the only requirement is that you love to sing!
We are also looking for a piano accompanist and other instrumentalists. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about opportunities.
Our weekly rehearsals take place on Mondays @ 7:30 at Lutheran Church of the Covenant in Dale City. Our 2019 Christmas season kicks off on August 26.
Visit www.woodbridgecommunitychoir.org for more information or to register.
We look forward to singing with you!
We hear music everywhere but do you ever wonder where certain songs came from? Melody’s from movies, TV shows and even commercials have been used many times over and some have interesting beginnings. Come listen and challenge your knowledge of where various music originated and see how many you can guess correctly!
Come join us, for a night, of fun, and painting!
Enjoy, the delicious food at L& B, Pizzeria. Traditional, Italian Cuisine, as well as, American appetizers, salads and subs. Full cash bar. Must be 21 yrs., to drink.
Your, experienced, art instructor, will guide participants, as we paint, a lovely, beach scene, on 16″x20″, canvas.
You leave, with your, painted masterpiece!
You purchase, your own, food & drink.
See you there !
Grace Church is having a back to school giveaway on Saturday, August 24th from 10am-12pm at 1006 Williamstown Dr, Dumfries VA 22026. This event is first come, first served. Both the child and the parent/guardian must be present in order to receive giveaway items.
Based on the hit Disney Channel movies, two bands battle it out in a rockin’ summer they will never forget. Youth Center Stage will perform Camp Rock at the end of a two week summer camp. Camp Rock is presented through special arrangement with Music Theater International (MTI) All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.
Tickets: $10 adult, $8 student/senior, $5 child
Vendor application & pricing:
John Hartt Chosen to Display Art at The Center for the Arts in Manassas
The Center for the Arts at the Candy Factory is pleased to present “A Carnival of the Absurd,” the highly anticipated solo exhibition of original new works by John Hartt, painter of strange and wonderful things.
A Carnival of the Absurd features new paintings that blend themes of the carnival sideshow, Sunday morning cartoons, conspiracy theory and just plain weirdness in a way that only John can present them. Hartt’s oddball style can be described as a mix of lowbrow art, pop Surrealism and cartoonism.
The dates for this show are September 4 through November 2. The opening reception is Saturday, September 14 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm.
Regarding this art show Hartt stated, “I’m really excited to have a show at the Center for the Arts. The art scene in Manassas has really taken off and the Center for the Arts has played a big role in that growth. I’m thankful to be a part of this vibrant creative community.”
The Center for the Arts is located at 9419 Battle Street in historic Manassas. They are open daily from 10 AM – 5 PM Mon – Fri; 1 pm – 5 pm Saturday.
About John Hartt:
John has been painting in earnest for the past three years and debuted his work in his exhibition “A Peculiar Perspective” at The Hall in Manassas, VA in September of 2017.
Most of his paintings start as one or two lines scribbled in a sketchbook. From those lines he looks for a shape or a character or just a feeling and builds on it ‘til it’s a finished drawing. Once he’s essentially taught himself how to draw the piece, he brings it to life with his colorful palette of oil paints that make his subjects jump off the canvas.
My goal is simple, I want my art to make people smile.
I love being a fly on the wall and watching people’s reaction to my art. I’ll get the smiles I’m looking for as well as the puzzled head scratches and I love listening to people’s interpretation of my art. Occasionally I’ll catch someone who seems totally engrossed in what I’ve done and is “connecting” with something about the piece. Making that “connection” is the “high point” about being a creative, you’re not just communicating with someone through art, you’re giving that person a piece of yourself that can’t be given in any other way.
John can be reached by email at email@example.com online at www.jortt.com or on instagram at @jo.rtt.
Center for the Arts, Jordan Exum: 703-330-2787 – firstname.lastname@example.org
9419 Battle St, Manassas, VA 20110
center-for-the-arts.org / instagram: @cfamanassas
The National Museum of the Marine Corps will hold three sensory friendly screenings of Superpower Dogs. The goal of these screenings is to ensure that viewers most vulnerable to sensory overload can enjoy the film. Superpower Dogs will be shown in 2D with dimmed lights and at a lowered volume. Speaking and moving will be permitted throughout the showing.
Superpower Dogs is an inspiring true story that follows six remarkable working dogs from around the world while exploring their incredible abilities, the science behind those abilities and the powerful bond these K9 friends have with their human partners. Audiences will watch as these real-life superheroes save lives through rescue missions, emotional support and sniffing out crime.
Beat the heat by joining Pied Piper Theatre in their summer intensive production of Disney’s Frozen Jr.! For one night only at Gar-Field High School in Woodbridge, 35 young actors will bring the many characters of the kingdom of Arrendale to life on the stage. Directed and choreographed by Shania Stewart Duane and musically directed by Adele Williams, Frozen Jr. showcases all of your favorite songs including “Do You Want to Build a Snowman”, “Love is an Open Door”, “In Summer” and of course, “Let it Go”.
All of the delightful mixture of characters from Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf to the hidden folks of the woods makes this both an entertaining and educational experience for all ages. Tickets are going fast so don’t wait! Purchase them at this link or by calling 703-330-2787. They will also be available for purchase at the door. Tickets are $15 for Adults and $10 for children 12 & under.
Music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez & Robert Lopez and book by Jennifer Lee. Frozen Jr. is based on the Disney film written by Jennifer Lee and directed by Chris Buck & Jennifer Lee. Disney’s Frozen Jr. is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.MTIshows.com
Join artist Mike Flynn & learn to paint outdoors at beautiful Windy Knoll Farm in Nokesville. Working both in the field and within an onsite studio, students will take inspiration from nature, regardless of weather. Set-up, tools & techniques of plein air painting will be introduced. Learn from Mike as he demonstrates and paints throughout the experience. All materials/gear will be provided by instructor, and transportation support around the field will also be provided, no extensive walking needed.
Sunset Plein Air Painting at Windy Knoll Farm
Ages 13 to Adult
Course Fee: $243
Member Course Fee: $215
Monday-Friday, July 8-July 12
(5 Days) 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Instructor Mike Flynn
Pre-registration required. Sign up online HERE
or call the Center for the Arts at (703) 330-2787
Business Hours: Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm
This program is offered at:
Windy Knoll Farm, 11602 Kettle Run Rd, Nokesville, VA 20181
Center for the Arts offers Dance, Art and Drama classes, camps & events throughout the year.
Learn more at www.center-for-the-arts.org or call 703-330-2787.
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