What’s Up? December 26 – January 1

Friday, December 28
Stealin’ the Deal
Club Eclipse, 5615 Wellington Road, Gainesville | 9 p.m.
Looking for some down-home fun to kick off the weekend? Stealin’ the Deal is a Northern Virginia-based country band featuring driving Traditional, Outlaw, Rockabilly, Western Swing, and just a smidge of New Country that lives up to the Stealin’ vibe! The band has been known to add their own takes to the likes of Hank Williams Sr. (and Jr.), Waylon Jennings, David Allen Coe, BR-549, and Marty Stuart, among others. Boasting a lineup of veteran musicians, come out for a rollicking good time! Tickets are $6.25 and can be purchased here.

Saturday, December 29
Journal & Yoga Workshop
Zen Lounge, 9042 Hornbaker Road, Manassas | 9:30 – 11 a.m.

Take this opportunity to unwind from the holiday bustle with a workshop that will allow you to focus both your body and mind. Every pose will move you to write, from hip openers to breath awareness. You will be free to explore your thoughts as well as release any pent-up energies that you didn’t realize you were holding onto in the process. Journals and pens are provided; essential oils will be used. Workshop is $15/per person and registration can be done here.

Saturday, December 29
The Wild West of Improv Shows
Vint Hill Theatre on the Green, 4225 Aiken Drive, Warrenton | 7 p.m.
Performed by The Calamity Improv Group of the Dark Horse Theatre Company. It’s tough performing in the town of Scriptless Gulch. These lawless folks have to come up with everything on the spot, while the town’s Sheriff keeps them in line. Don’t miss this bunch of sharp shootin’ buckaroos take audience suggestions and turn them into gold. Load up your chuck wagon! This is one TALL TALE of a show and you don’t want to miss it. https://www.darkhorseva.com/calamity-improv

Monday, December 31
New Years Eve Party
Club Eclipse, 5615 Wellington Road, Gainesville | 8 p.m.- 2 a.m.
Come out to the best New Years Party in the region, featuring one of the most talented and entertaining bands on the East Coast, The Kareem Walkes Band! Kareem “Lil’ Maceo” Walkes is an internationally renowned saxophone player that has played with some of the biggest artists in the music industry. The band’s high-energy performances create a feel-good block party atmosphere and delight audiences with their funky dance music. Tickets include admission as well as a champagne toast and an amazing dinner buffet at midnight!

Tuesday, January 1
A Just Cause Jingle Jog 
Vint Hill Village Green Community Center, 4235 Aiken Drive, Warrenton | 10 a.m.
Do something that will help your favorite local charity AND start off your New Year’s fitness goals right away at A Just Cause Jingle Jog! Run, jog, or walk for a reason with 100% of your registration fee being donated directly to the participating non-profit of your choice. Prizes will be awarded to the non-profits with highest turnout rates and more! Afterwards, enjoy the Kid Zone with family fun activities and a Charity Zone to learn about the different non-profits taking part in the event. Medals will be awarded to the 5K runners with the best times within their age brackets. Race Day Registration 8:30-9:30am. 5K – $30; 1-Mile Fun Run – $15. More details and registration can be found here.

Through February 13, 2019
Ice Skating at the Harris Pavilion
Harris Pavilion, 9201 Center St, Manassas
The Harris Pavilion, in the center of Historic Downtown Manassas, transforms every winter into a beautiful ice rink perfect for family and friends outings. Featuring premium lighting and music to skate by, the rink is just a one-minute walk from the Manassas Train Depot and the VRE parking garage, which is available for free parking after 10 a.m. Skate rentals and lessons are available for all ages. Admission: $9 Adults; $8 Children (10 and under). Skate Rental: $5. www.manassascity.org/2474/Harris-Pavilion

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