11th Annual Live Well Festival

11th Annual Live Well Festival

April 22, 2017

9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Harris Pavilion

9201 Center St

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Cost:

Free to attend. Brunch & paint class tickets have fees - see below

It’s that time of year to let the fresh air in, clean those closets out, and rejuvenate!

In honor of Earth Day, Historic Downtown Manassas announces the 11th Annual Live Well Festival to be held on Saturday, April 22nd.

Head over to the Harris Pavilion for free health screenings, fitness classes, kid activities, entertainment, and more. 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 Shredding Truck will be back again this year! The Shredding Truck will be located in the Train Depot parking lot on West Street.
Turn onto West Street via Prince William Street and enter Parking Lot on the left in front of the Train Depot. Exit via Battle Street.

Again this year, the Live Well Festival will feature a farm to table brunch at 10:30am! Purchase your tickets here!

New this year – a Paint Class hosted by Emily of Manassas Olive Oil Company! Paint this gorgeous picture atop the flat railcar following the Brunch. Get your tickets here!
Paint Class

Interested in becoming a vendor? Check it out here!

Sponsored By:
phillytavern jtc_logo_small1NH_UVA_Health_System_Horiz_CMYK_UMicron_Black Miller Toyota - Silver Sponsor

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