Weekend Events: Comedy and Magic, Moms to be Pampered
From comedic magicians to pampering for moms, there’s a lot happening in our region this weekend. Here’s your Top 5 Weekend Events list.
An evening of comedy and magic with Scott Alexander, Friday – Tickets $60 per person
Scott Alexander brings his stage show featuring his unique combination of comedy and magic to the Piedmont Club on May 30th. Scott was a season 6 “America’s Got Talent” quarter finalist, featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show, the Discovery & SyFy channels and a Caesar’s Palace headliner.
In addition to Scott Alexander’s show, the fun-filled evening includes a cocktail hour, silent auction, raffle and a full-course dinner.
Tickets are $60 per person and only 150 are available.
For more information or to purchase tickets contact Vicki Latimer at email@example.com or visit our website: www.simanassas.org.
Manassas Chorale 2oth Anniversary Spring Concert, Saturday– Tickets $18 and $20
The Manassas Chorale on Saturday presents their 20th Anniversary Spring Concert, featuring songs from our twenty-year history, patriotic numbers, a Children’s Honor Chorus, orchestral accompaniment, and more!
It’s also been dubbed a concert with a cause as the group is asking for donations to help the Haymarket Food Pantry. A canned or boxed food (a full list of requested items is available at our website, manassaschorale.org.
Partial funding for the Manassas Chorale is provided by the Prince William County Arts Council, Virginia Commission for the Arts, and the City of Manassas.
Reserved seating at $20 and $18. Tickets available online at hyltoncenter.org, by phone at 888-945-2468, or at the Hylton Center Box Office. For more information, visit manassaschorale.org or call 703-738-6452.
Carnival of Hope, Saturday, Free
The Carnival of Hope will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Marshall Elementary School at 12505 Kahns Road in Manassas to benefit children with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
The carnival will feature moonbounces, a dunk tank, theater games from the Potomac Arts Academy and Acting for Young People, barbeque from Dyvine BBQ in Motion, glitter tattoos, caricatures from local artist Todd Sprow and much more.
Guided tours of Bristoe Station Battlefield, Saturday, $5 per person
This Saturday, come tour Bristoe Station Battlefield which is home to a complex meadow ecosystem. Join outdoor experts on a guided walk of the battlefield and learn about the beneficial wildlife especially the birds and butterflies that call this ecosystem home. Learn to identify the plants that these birds and butterflies need for food and shelter.
Be sure to ring binoculars. The tour departs from the kiosk in the parking lot at Iron Brigade Unit Ave and 10th Alabama Way.
Also be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather.
No pets please. $5 per person. Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park, The parking lot is located off of Iron Brigade Unit Ave Bristow, Va. Call 703-366-3049 for more details.
Moms Day Out – Pamper, primp, and pretty, Sunday, $20 tickets
Moms are invited to come and relax and be pampered at the Holiday Inn at 3901 Fettler Park Drive in Dumfries.
There will also be a free onsite childrens activity center. Tickets are $20 and participants are asked to register online at.momsdayout-pw.com/#homeSend news and photos to Potomac Local