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Cooler, cloudy weather on Saturday was an appropriate reminder of the season, as thousands gathered in Historic Downtown Manassas for the 36th Annual Fall Jubilee.

Residents from throughout Prince William County filled the streets to browse, learn, shop and eat. An assortment of community organizations, one-of-a-kind crafts, and local restaurants offered unique finds as crowds filled downtown streets

The Jubilee’s main stage was the site for more than a dozen local dance organizations.

“It was an outstanding event this year,” said Debbie Haight, executive director of Historic Manassas. “Sales were great, and many vendors and merchants had zero to very little inventory at the end of the day.”

“This event will normally draw 30,000 people, “ Haight said, “This year, we saw a large increase in attendees, and are estimating the turn out to be close to 40,000.”

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