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    This year's Manassas Reads Festival has been cancelled

    due to the impact of the coronavirus. 

    April 25, 2020

    9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Harris Pavilion

     

     

    About Manassas Reads
    The Prince William County Public Library System, the City
     of Manassas and Manassas City Public Schools joined together to host the first community-wide book festival in October 2014, at the Harris Pavilion. The event now takes place in the spring annually and continues to offer many activities and giveaways, including LOTS of free books for all ages, prizes, special community guest readers, the chance to meet published and local authors, student presentations, live music and so much more!

     

    Are you a local author or business who would like to be involved with Manassas Reads, please contact the Language Arts/English Specialist for MCPS below:

    Heather James
    English/Language Arts Specialist 
    hjames@mcpsva.org

     

    Donate Books to Manassas Reads!

    Manassas community: Our goal is to collect as many gently used or new books for ages pre-K through young adult. In an effort to continue to promote reading in the community, the hope is that all who attend can leave with 10 free books. Donations can be dropped off at Central Office (8700 Centreville Road, Ste. 400). Book donations are also being accepted at all MCPS elementary schools, Mayfield and Baldwin Intermediate schools and Metz Middle School. Addresses for the participating schools may be found on the School Profiles page. Thank you!