Manassas Civil War Commemorative Event

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Real Estate Agent with Classic Realty Realtor

This weekend, July 21-24, is the big event many of us have been waiting for in and around the Manassas National Battlefield Park. There will be living history demonstrations, speakers, art, music, and more. In fact, everyone who lives in this area needs to be prepared for extra traffic as many thousands of guests are expected in our area throughout the entire weekend.

Rather than me elaborating on the many events, simply follow this link to learn more:

Manassas Civil War Commemorative Event

Enjoy and stay safe!

 

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Steve Hoffacker
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David,

I have visited the battlefield before but won't be there for the event. Good luck. :)

Steve

Jul 22, 2011 01:45 AM #1
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Christine Koch
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David, this souunds like a wonderful and fun event!  And by the way, thanks for stopping by me blog!

Jul 22, 2011 05:25 AM #2
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Karen Kruschka
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David  My husband and I went last week - the heat and crowds will keep me away this week - my office is on CenterSt

Jul 22, 2011 06:31 AM #3
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Susan Gaffney
RE/MAX Premier Realty - Irvine, CA

Sounds terrific, David.  Sure wish I were not 3,000 miles away.  Have fun and stay safe.

Jul 22, 2011 08:46 AM #4
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Barb & Sal Dragotta
Macomb, MI
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David...what a grand celebration this will be--150 years ago--The Civil War; would that we were closer; my Paternal GGGrandfather served in the PA section for the entire war, switching -due to injuries between various grouping, ending in the Calvary--he could ride better than walk due to 2 leg shots. Don't know where he was during the Manassas battle of Bull Run.  [may have this info in the family history]
Great to post on this as the entire war began 150 years ago and is history for every state in the nation.  Have a great weekend.  

Barb

Jul 22, 2011 01:01 PM #5
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