5 Things To Do In PWM The 2nd Week Of August

5 Things To Do In PWM The 2nd Week Of August

Looking for something to do this August? From art performances to the Prince William County Fair and outdoor activities, we’ve got you covered! Here are 5 things you can do in Prince William and Manassas during the second week of August!

K-Tigers with K-Pop – August 6

The K-Tigers are a 9 member Co-Ed group made up of Taekwondo black belts with a passion for dance, singing and K-Pop. Hailing from South Korea, this famous taekwondo performance group is coming to the Hylton Performing Arts Center as a part of the world tour, featuring K-Tigers' extreme martial arts performance with a K-Pop live show.

Prince William County Fair – August 11-19

The Prince William County Fair is the largest County Fair in the state of Virginia. This annual event in Manassas includes livestock exhibits, home arts exhibits, tractor pulls, a rodeo, demolition derbies, baby contests, live music and a variety of midway shows. Don’t miss out on this family fun!

Overnight Stay at the Pringle House Hospital – August 11-12

Ben Lomond Historic Site was converted into the Pringle House Hospital after the first major battle of the Civil War. Join site historians in a unique opportunity to spend the night in the hospital and learn about the wounded soldiers who were treated there, the families who were impacted, and the effects of the war on Northern Virginia.

Family Day - Girls make History – August 12

This month's Family Day theme at the National Museum of the Marine Corps. is GIRLS MAKE HISTORY! Spend the afternoon learning about Marine Corps. History from 1775 to the present day. Games, hands-on activities, special guests, and crafts will be on hand as well, making this a wonderful family day at the National Museum of the Marine Corps.

Night Owl Hike – August 12

Join experienced park rangers at Leesylvania State Park for a summer night hike! Come out for a rare opportunity to dissect owl pellets, learn about different owls, and learn the calls of each local species!

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