Today is our last Black History Month video highlight and although this month is coming to an end, we celebrate Black History every day. Do you know Myles Lanier won first place at the 2021 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Oratorical Competition? Department of Parks and Recreation sat down (virtually) with local Manassas […]
If you’ve visited our pool, you’ve most likely met a few of our lifeguards. We sat for a quick chat to help you learn a little more about them! Why did you decide to work at Manassas Park Community Center and Signal Bay Waterpark? “Before I was old enough to become a lifeguard, I went […]
Did you know that near the pavilion and walking path in front of the Community Center building is a small family cemetery? The graves belong to a former slave, Samuel Naylor, who purchased his freedom from his owner during the Civil War. Samuel saved $500 and bought 50 acres in what is now present day […]
Due to ice and inclement weather, MPCC will be closed for the rest of today, Feb. 13th. Tomorrow, Feb. 14th, MPCC will have a delayed opening of 12PM. In the event that conditions are still dangerous mid-morning tomorrow, Feb. 14th, we will update our opening procedure.
As we continue to celebrate Black History Month, this week we’re spotlighting Poet, Amanda Gorman! Did you know that Amanda Gorman, 22, is the youngest inaugural poet in United States history? Amanda performed at the 2021 Presidential Inauguration and Super Bowl LV. Gorman graduated from Harvard University and is an award-winning author, activist, […]
Our number one priority here at the Manassas Park Community Center is your safety and wellbeing. While we do not like to share things of this manner, we must remain transparent with our loyal patrons. Thank you to the City of Manassas Park Police Department for your due diligence, quick action, and effective response. […]
There’s a wealth of art to enjoy this Black History Month at the Manassas Park Community Center! Did you know the Community Center is hosting Todd Sprow’s art exhibit in it’s front lobby for Black History Month? Todd Sprow, local artist, is sharing with our community his popular Black History art pieces. The […]
The City of Manassas Park is accepting applications for the position of Customer Service Representative with the Department of Parks & Recreation. The essential function of the position within the organization is to assist customers with questions, transactions and permits. Under the supervision of the Community Center Supervisor, the Customer Service Representative monitors patrons entering […]