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How can you find out about the great programs and classes offered at the Manassas Park Community Center?
Well, you can check out the Fall 2016 Manassas Park MOSAIC available August 15! it’s the best way to find out about the fantastic programs offered at the Manassas Park Community Center (MPCC). Some of our classes and programs are brand new, while others are back by popular demand because they are patron favorites.
Why use the term MOSAIC instead of the word directory?
The word mosaic refers to a picture or pattern produced by arranging together small colored pieces of hard material, such as stone, tile, or glass. The MOSAIC lists all the programs and classes offered at MPCC for all ages. There are sports leagues for kids (ages preschool to teen), swim lessons, American Sign language classes for adults, therapeutic programs, and programs especially for seniors. All of the classes and programs offered combine to produce a large picture (a mosaic) of a community interacting, learning, and having fun at the Community Center.
If you haven’t been to the Manassas Park Community Center, it really is worth the trip. Whether you walk or drive, as you approach the Community Center, you will notice several baseball fields, corn hole structures, basketball hoops, picnic tables, and a dog park. There are colorful, fresh flowers planted outside the main entrance, and there is more than ample parking for all guests.
Once inside, you are immediately greeted by friendly staff members who will direct you to the program you are signed up for. And if you haven’t signed up yet, they will be more than happy to assist you!
Do you like Zumba classes? Our Zumba classes have been so popular, starting in the fall there will be Zumba classes offered for all age levels! Zumba Jr. (ages 4-6) and Zumba Kids (ages 7-11) start 9/9.
What about a cooking class? Even better, a cooking class for kids? Well the MPCC has new cooking classes for school age kids and even preschoolers! Lil Sprouts Cooking Class (ages 3-5) and Lil Sprouts Just a Taste (Kindergarten – 8 years old) start 9/12.
What else is new? We’ll have a ballet class for preschoolers, journaling and breakdance classes for teens, and a co-ed volleyball league and pickleball class for adults and seniors! Be sure to check the MOSAIC on the 15th for more details, cost, dates, and times.
Don’t forget to check out our popular fall special events! Take a look in the MOSAIC (right next to the program index) for the exciting events coming up at the Community Center.
Fall yard sale
The fall yard sale is scheduled on Saturday, September 17 from 8:00 am-12:30 pm. There is no cost to check out one of the busiest yard sales in the area. Individuals who want to sell their treasures can bring their items to this annual bargain hunter’s paradise. Vendor space is available for only $7 and vendors must pre-register by September 16th. Space goes quickly so be sure to come register at the Manassas Park Community Center as early as next week!
The Fall Arts & Crafts Festival
The Fall Arts & Crafts Festival will be held on Saturday, October 15 from 10:00am-3:00 pm. This festival is free to attend, but if you want to reserve a table, it will cost $20.00 per space. Since space for this popular event is limited, please contact Kaitlyn Collier to reserve your space starting next week at . You will find lots of handcrafted, one-of-a-kind arts, crafts, antiques, décor, and jewelry for any budget or style.
Floating Gourd Night
On Friday, October 21 from 7:00pm-8:30pm, there is a truly amazing program that kids always love. It is the Floating Gourd Night! MPCC staff has added some fun to pumpkin picking by creating a pumpkin patch right in the indoor pool. After some swim time, kids can decorate the gourds – talk about some unique and amazing holiday decorations! This event only costs $5 per person.
Trunk or Treat
How does the MPCC celebrate Halloween? Well, come to the Trunk or Treat event on October 31 and you will see ghosts, monsters, superheroes, and princesses’ trick or treating! Decorated vehicles will line the parking lot with their trunks open and hand out candy to all the trick or treaters from 5:30-7:30pm. There is no cost to attend—it’s totally free for both kids and the volunteers who want to hand out candy. It’s a safe and fun where to celebrate Halloween!
As you think about the rich, descriptive word mosaic, you realize that the word more than adequately describes all the amazing programs happening this fall at the Manassas Park Community Center. Be sure to grab your copy of the Manassas Park Community Center Fall 2016 Mosaic on August 15 and sign up for a class!
The Manassas Park Community Center is located at 99 Adams Street in Manassas Park, VA. Managed by the City of Manassas Park Department of Parks and Recreation, the facility is home to basketball courts, a swimming pool, and wellness areas as well as a variety of special events and programs. For more information visit us at or call at 703-335-8872.
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