Manassas Journal Messenger | Spotlight Briefs
Second annual ‘Walk for Autism’
held this Saturday
Walk for Autism, Virginia will host is second annual walk Saturday at 10 a.m. at Prince William County Stadium Complex, Woodbridge.
Representative Tom Davis, R-11th District, along with school board members from both Prince William and Fairfax counties will be in attendance.
Last year’s walk raised more than $25,000 for educational scholarships for children in the Northern Virginia area with autism.
Area Ghost Watchers
to describe their work
Spirits will rise as the D. C. Metro Area Ghost Watchers describe their work investigating ghosts and hauntings on Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. at Bull Run Regional Library.
Those attending can learn the signs of hauntings, the type of ghosts, and where to search for ghosts with experts who have been conducing paranormal research throughout the metropolitan area.
Interested adults and teens may call (703) 792-4530 to register or drop by the library at 8051 Ashton Ave., Manassas.
‘Taste of the Town’
to be held this Wednesday
Want a relaxing evening and a night free from cooking?
Then plan to attend the annual “Taste of the Town — Prince William County-Style” dinner on Wednesday at the VFW, Post 1503, 14631 Minnieville Road, Dale City.
The event begins with a social hour from 6:30 to 7 p.m. followed by a buffet dinner hosted by about 20 local restaurants and caterers.
Tickets are available at the door with a suggested donation of $25.
The evening promises to be a wonderful way to celebrate the middle of the week. New Dominion Choralier participant Joe Swetnam will play the piano during the social time and at 7 p.m. Project Mend-A-House’s Volunteer of the Year will be named.
After dinner, the New Dominion Choraliers and a special celebrity guest speaker will help celebrate the county’s 275th birthday. Door prizes will be awarded and for more information, call (703) 980-0892 or (703) 792-7663.