Weekend Planner: Concert, Art Exhibit, Occoquan River Tours
Get out and about if you’re staying in town this Labor Day weekend.
Bring on the three-day weekend! Wondering what’s closed and what’s open on Sept. 3? Check out this Labor Day closures guide.
What/When: Washington Scottish Pipe Band SummerSounds Concert, Saturday, 6:30-8 p.m.
Where: Harris Pavillion, 9201 Center St. Manassas
Why go: Bring your chairs, blankets and friends to this free concert as part of a series offered by Micron Technology and the City of Manassas. Saturday SummerSounds concert features bagpipers and Celtic dancers; for details call 703-330-2787.
Where: Creative Brush Studio, ArtBeat Gallery, Persnickety Cakes, Manassas
Why go: “Vistors are invited to stroll from location to location, which are within a block of each other on Center Street in Old Town Manassas,” according to Historic Manassas. The exhibit commemorates the 1 50thanniversary of the Civil war.
What/When: River Shore Charters from Occoquan, Saturday
Where: Occoquan Regional Park and the Wharf in Occoquan
Why go: Enjoy the Occoquan River scenery and maybe see some wildlife including ospreys and eagles.
Pricing: Tickets are available online: $10 for adults, $5 for kids, pets ride for free.
What/When: Screen on the Green, Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Paradise Springs Winery, Clifton
Why Go: Get cozy with a blanket while you enjoy the movie “Bottle Shock” under the stars. Bottles of wine will be for sale, as well as a limited assortment of meats and cheeses. Adults only, please.
Price: Admission is free.