Come out to Old Town Manassas and enjoy some family fun at the 31st Annual Fall Jubilee!
The 31st Annual Fall Jubilee, in Historic Old Town Manassas will be held on October 5, 2013 from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm. This year’s Jubilee will include an assortment of live entertainment for both kids and adults. With over 100 crafter and community booths, live music and entertainment, wine tastings in our very own Wine Garden (located on the Manassas Museum lawn), farmer's market, children's rides and activities and a pumpkin patch (sponsored by Wegmans Food Markets) you are sure to find something for everyone in the family!
The Fall Jubilee is a free to the public, community event and is scheduled rain or shine. A printable map will be posted to this page as soon as it becomes available.
For a printable map, click HERE
Will be back again this year! Come out to see them work their magic in the Mackie's Parking lot, located off Main/Battle Street. Demonstrations will occur all day and a live auction will take place at 3:30p.m.
FOOD CONCESSIONS will be available on Prince William Street, across from the Manassas Museum.
LOST AND FOUND (children or belongings) will be located in the Manassas Train Station waiting area.
HANDS ON ACTIVITIES:
Kid's Carnival, provided by Boy Scout Troop 670, will be located on West Street, across from The Harris Pavilion (Kid's Neighborhood)
Water Wars, an ultimate balloon fight, will be located on West Street, across from The Harris Pavilion (Kid's Neighborhood)
Face Painting, provided by Center For the Arts at the Candy Factory, will be located on Battle Street, across from City Square Cafe
Party Trailer, an interacitve video game trailer, will be located in the Center For the Arts Parking Lot, off of Battle Street
Pumpkin Patch, Pumpkin Painting, located on West Street, across from The Harris Pavilion (Kid's Neighborhood). Pumpkins are $5.00 each or three for $10. Art Supplies are provided for no additional cost!
Rides, provided by Jumpworks, will be located on West Street, next to the Manassas Farmer's Market and Train Station. Costs are determined by Jumpworks. This year, rides include Acro-Spring, Cosmic Quest, Little Rocket Shuttle, Twisted Twister, Buccaneer Pirate Ship, and Monkey Bouncer.
AWine Garden will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the Manassas Museum lawn for wine tastings and bottle sales. Participating wineries include, Little Washington Winery, Rogers Ford Farm Winery, Mattaponi Winery, Willowcroft Farm Vineyards, and Notaviva Vineyards.
The Manassas Museum will offer free admission this day!
NEW this year, the Manassas Therapy Dogs members are celebrating ten years of sharing sunshine and happiness to Prince William County, City of Manassas, and surrounding areas. The Manassas Therapy Dogs will be at this year's Fall Jubilee, located on the Manassas Museum lawn. Therapy dogs will do demonstrations, trick shows, as well as a community meet and greet. Make sure to stop by and pick up information about their programs.
Live Entertainment will go throughout the day on three stages!
WANT TO VOLUNTEER AT THIS EVENT? Make sure to complete a Volunteer Application by clicking here! Return completed paperwork to Sarah McHugh at email@example.com or mail to Historic Manassas, Inc. ATT: Volunteer Manager 9431 West Street Manassas, VA 20110.
Pumpkin Patch Sponsor
Directions to the Manassas Fall Jubilee
From I-95 (Coming from Washington, DC)
From Washington DC, take I-95 South heading towards Richmond
From Richmond, take I-95 North heading towards Washington, DC
Take Exit 152 heading North on Route 234 towards Manassas
Drive 16 miles and turn right at traffic signal onto Dumfries Rd (Business 234). This will become Grant Avenue.
From I-66 (Coming from Washington, DC)
Take I-66 West heading towards Front Royal, VA
Take Exit 53A (Centreville/Dulles Airport Exit) to Route 28 South towards Manassas
Drive 7.5 miles until one-way traffic begins and a sign welcomes you to Old Town Manassas
From I-66 (Coming from Front Royal, VA)
Take I-66 East heading towards Washington, DC
Take exit 44 (Manassas By-Pass Route 234)
Follow Route 234 By-Pass to Route 28 North exit
Take Route 28 North exit towards downtown Manassas
Traffic becomes one-way as you approach downtown, and becomes Center Street in Old Town
PARKING: Old Town Manassas has it's very own Parking Garage, located on the corner of Prince William and Main Street. This garage is free to use on the weekends and very close to the festival. Other parking is located at Osbour High School or the commuter parking lot, located on Prince William Street across from Osbourn. All street parking located outside of the festival footprint is open and available for parking. Handicap parking is located in the triangle lot, located on the corner of Main and Prince William Street, as well as the parking lot directly behind the 7-11, located on the corner of Grant Avenue and Church Street.