The City of Manassas wants you to live well, and get some fresh air.
And one way to do that is to attend the 10th annual ‘Live Well Festival’ on April 16.
The free festival will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and kick off at the Harris Pavilion at 9201 Center Street, according to a release.
At the Harris Pavilion there will be fitness classes, health screenings, children’s activities and entertainment, according to a release.
More on the day’s activities, from a release:
Recycle those gently used household items or clothes to a worthy cause, visit with the recycling and environmental exhibitors, and help the kids make earth friendly art projects. The day includes exhibitors from non-profit and civic organizations providing recycling and environmental information. A number of artists from the Banner Art project will also be set up displaying and selling original artwork! The historic downtown merchants will also be hosting their biannual sidewalk sale!
According to a release, a shredding truck will also be on site, for participants to safe shred documents. The truck will be located in the train depot at the parking lot on West Street, stated a release.
During the festival there will also be a ‘Farm to Table Brunch’ hosted by C.J. Finz at 11 a.m., stated a release.
According to a release, Chef Will Landay will be preparing a meal made using ingredients purchased from the Manassas Farmer’s Market, for attendees to enjoy.
To purchase tickets for the brunch, click here.
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