This holiday season, Loudoun County is celebrating with a variety of parades, festivals, tree lightings, and festive decorations. The International Association of Festivals and Events (IFEA) recently awarded the county 11 awards for its festivities. The National Cherry Blossom Festival announced that the new Petalpalooza venue will be held on April 11 during the last weekend of the Festival, on the banks of the Capitol River. The Manassas Latino Festival is held annually in the garden of the Museum of Historic Manassas to honor the Latin American community. The Loudoun County Parks, Recreation, and Community Services (PRCS) Department is still open despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Centers are closed and programs are canceled, but there are still plenty of ways to celebrate the season locally. From October 24 to December 31, Loudoun County has a wide range of events and festivities planned. The festivities start with parades and festivals that last for days. The IFEA awards recognize the county's commitment to providing quality events for its residents. The National Cherry Blossom Festival is a great way to enjoy springtime in Loudoun County.
The Manassas Latino Festival celebrates Latin American culture with music, food, and art. The PRCS Department is offering a variety of activities for all ages. From outdoor movie nights to holiday-themed crafts, there's something for everyone. There are also plenty of opportunities to get out and explore nature. Hiking trails, parks, and nature centers are open for visitors to enjoy. Loudoun County is a great place to celebrate the holidays.
With parades, festivals, tree lightings, and plenty of activities for all ages, there's something for everyone. Whether you're looking for a festive event or a quiet night outdoors, Loudoun County has it all.