The Journey Through Hallowed Ground will hold its first Living Legacy tree-planting ceremony of the year April 12, when it will add 500 trees to the Inn at Meander Plantation in Madison County, Va.
National Guard members will join wounded veterans and descendants of Civil War soldiers for the planting ceremony, which will be on the 150th anniversary of Robert E. Lee’s surrender at Appomattox.
Washington Post, March 26, 2015
Students from Patriot High School in Nokesville and its four feeder schools prepare to unite their voices in their annual pyramid concert.
Washington Post, January 25, 2015
More than 400 people stopped by the Community Room at the Bull Run Regional Library in Manassas last weekend to see an assortment of model trains chugging through miniature villages, over bridges and past man-made mountains and forests.
Members of the Prince William Model Railroad Club proudly showed off the display, which nearly filled the room.
Washington Post, November 22, 2014
Some fans of decorative art — including folk art and painting on furniture and other objects — fear that the craft they love is dying. But David Vernon and Mark Greynolds of Gainesville are determined to keep the art form alive.
Washington Post, November 2, 2014
Eleven local authors participated in the inaugural Manassas Reads book festival Oct. 11 at the Loy E. Harris Pavilion in Old Town Manassas.
Washington Post, October 19, 2014
Voices of Freedom, a new mobile recording studio designed to collect wartime oral histories, is ready to roll.
The mobile studio was unveiled at the annual open house of the Americans in Wartime Museum near Nokesville.
Washington Post, October 8, 2014
Civil War reenactors will converge on Furr Farm near Aldie on Saturday to commemorate a battle that took place there nearly 150 years ago. Hundreds of Union and Confederate soldiers lost their lives at the Battle of Aldie, also known as the Battle of the Haystacks, on June 17, 1863.
Washington Post, June 12, 2013
Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park opened with games and entertainment.
Leesburg Patch, June 5, 2011
Members of local faith groups joined together to participate in a Bible-reading marathon.
Leesburg Patch, May 4, 2011
Fans of bluegrass music enjoyed a day of music and entertainment at the 2nd annual Loudoun Bluegrass Festival.
Leesburg Patch, May 8, 2011