As the only open access shelter in Washington, DC, WHS takes in an average of 30 animals every day. The WHS team works around the clock to provide comfort to all of the animals in our care, but our space and resources are limited. Thanks to the hard work and determination of the WHS team, the New York Avenue shelter facility is undergoing major renovations in the coming months to help us provide a better environment for all of our animal residents while they are in our care.
A construction project is currently taking place in the main holding kennel.
The City of Manassas Department of Public Works and Utilities officially completed the Wellington Road Widening Project, between Godwin Drive and Nokesville Road in Manassas, Va. with Manassas Mayor Hal Parrish and city council members cutting the ribbon to open the road. The 4,100-foot road is now open to the public. For details on the Wellington Road project, go to www.manassascity.org or call 703-257-8266.
City Square Café in Old Town Manassas, Va. is hosting two murder mystery dinners at 7:30 p.m. on Fridays, Jan. 13 and Jan. 20. Cost is $64 per person (not including tax and gratuity.) The four-course dinner will be paired with wine from Three Fox Vineyards in Delaplane, Va. This year’s theme is set for sailing the seas, aboard the SS Minnow, where staff will be dressed in boat cruising attire, and guests are welcome to dress according to the themed event as well. For reservations, call 703.369.6022 or visit www.citysquarecafe.com.