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Your Guide to Recreation, Fun & Fitness

Fall 2021


Message From The Director

Greetings! Thank you for connecting with our virtual Leisure Magazine—Prince William County’s go-to source for all things recreation. Albert Camus wrote, autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. Indeed, there is no better place to experience the wondrous beauty of fall than in our 5,000-acre mosaic of parks, trails, and historic sites. If the crisp air beckons you outside, plan a bike ride along the new greenway trail at the Occoquan Wildlife Refuge or hike the longest boardwalk in the region at Neabsco Regional Park. Take in 18 holes at the newly renovated Forest Greens Golf Course or tour the historic Brentstville Jail Exhibit to learn about the early days of Prince William County. In addition to 80 parks and 50 miles of trail, we offer hundreds of fitness and instructional classes for all ages and abilities, including adaptive programs such as Come On, Get Happy! on October 2nd at Silver Lake Park. Learn to Kayak on the Occoquan Reservoir at Lake Ridge Park on September 18th or hone your skills at identifying songbirds on November 13th the Pat White Community Center. If you are looking for a nature-based pre-school where mud and bugs are celebrated, consider the Grō program at Long Park, a curriculum that has been lauded by Virginia First Lady, Pam Northam. We also offer other state-licensed preschool programs at Chinn and Sharron Baucom/Dale City Aquatic and Fitness Centers and Veterans Memorial Park & Community Center. Register now while spots are still available! The fall season is also brimming with special events such as the Brentsville Bluegrass Concert Series (August 14th, September 11th and October 9th), The First Tee® Golf Tournament at Forest Greens Golf Course on October 11th, the Kids for Kids Triathlon at Chinn Aquatic and Fitness Center on September 19th, and Arts Alive! on September 12th at the Hylton Performing Arts Center. And don’t forget to shop the Dale City Farmer’s Market on Sunday mornings for a wide selection of artisan goods and the freshest produce in Prince William County: www.dalecitymarket.org. I am grateful you chose Prince William County for your recreation needs and wish you and your family a vibrant fall season. Our passionate staff is committed to ensuring you have an exceptional experience. Please let us know how we’re doing and don’t hesitate to ask for assistance. May you strive to be your best self with Prince William County Parks, Recreation & Tourism as your partner!

Seth Hendler-Voss Director of Parks, Recreation & Tourism Prince William County, VA (O) (703) 792-4284 2 | Prince William County Parks, Recreation & Tourism | Register Online: www.pwcparks.org


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Message From The Director Online Access Registration Information Facilities & Parks– What’s New 6 • Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center 7 • Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center 8 • Lake Ridge Park & Marina 9 • Locust Shade Park 10 • Pat White Center At Ben Lomond • Silver Lake Regional Park • Veterans Memorial Park & Community Center 11 • Additional Locations 11 Recreation Mapper 12 Swim 18 Preschool 20 Adapted Recreation 21 Children’s Programs 22 Before & After School Camp 24 Rangers Cyclist Unit 25 Nature / Outdoors 28 Scout Programs 29 Science in the Park 30 Holidays in Parks 31 Arts Council 31 Trails 32 Dance 36 Golf Courses 38 Sports 40 The First Tee® 41 Sports Leagues 42 Farmers Market 43 Historic Preservation 48 Fitness 51 Special Interest 53 Parks Map

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Registration Information

provided to facilitate participation for individuals with disabilities, please contact one of our registration sites to speak with a program manager to discuss your needs or visit our web site for our inclusion guidelines and forms. • Registration for swim lessons closes 48 hours prior to the start of the program.

Refund Policy

• Full payment required at registration. • A $50 fee is charged for all returned checks. • All Parks & Recreation classes/ programs are based on meeting a minimum enrollment. If this is not met, classes will be subject to cancellation. For this reason, customers are encouraged to register early for any class in which they are interested in. • All class participants will be notified if their class has been canceled or schedule has changed. • To cancel a class, please contact the center at which your class is held. • PWC Parks & Recreation programs, services and facilities are available to all citizens. For additional information regarding accommodations and support

• 100% of payment will be refunded if the PWC Parks & Recreation Department cancels a class due to insufficient enrollment. • A $10 cancellation fee will be charged. • Failure to give proper notice will result in forfeiture of all fees. • If canceling from a class/program a 7-day notice must be given and confirmed prior to the start of the class/program from which you are canceling. For additional information, comments or inquiries concerning Leisure, please call (703) 792-7060 or email: rmoak@pwcgov.org Leisure is published three times a year: Spring/Summer (April), Fall (August) and Winter (December) plus a yearly Summer Camp Guide (February). www.pwcparks.org/leisure

Prince William County Parks, Recreation & Tourism manages more than 4,000 acres of premier park land, encompassing: • 50+ Miles of Trails, and Water Trails • 4 Recreation Centers • 2 Water Parks • 2 18-Hole Golf Courses

• 70 Parks

• 2 Skateparks

• 1 Community Center

• 1 Ice Skating Rink

• 1 Dog Park

You can find detailed information on all parks and centers online: www.pwcparks.org KEY to symbols:

Exercise/Fitness

Pier Fishing

Amphitheater

Fishing

Playground

Baseball Fields

Golf

Preschool

Horse Trails

Skateboarding

Marina

Swimming

Picnic Shelter(s)

Tennis Courts

Picnic Tables

Trails

B  oat Launch (self) Boat Ramp Canoe & Kayak Dance

Hellwig Administration Office 14420 Bristow Road Manassas, VA 20112 (703) 792-7060

Executive Staff Seth Hendler-Voss Director Ann Marie Maher Acting Deputy Director Dan Cook Acting Office of Tourism Director Brendon Hanafin Park Planning and Development Division Chief Amir Wenrich Communications Services Division Chief Audra Medve Parks Maintenance & Operations Division Chief Jamie Orrison Acting Recreation Division Chief Dee Fredrickson Administrative Division Chief

Parks & Recreation Commission Members Jeffery Bergman Gainesville District jicedi@verizon.net Jane Beyer Coles District janebeyer777@gmail.com Christian Thom Commissioner at Large cthom76@gmail.com Brodie Freer Occoquan District Brodie0007@gmail.com David Miles Potomac District davidmiles267@gmail.com Erica Tredinnick Brentsville District Erica.Tredinnick@yahoo.com Sharon Richardson Woodbridge District Srichardsonassoc80@gmail.com Nate Murphy Neabsco District natemurphyparksandrecs@ gmail.com Shannon Jaenicke Secretary to the Commission sjaenicke@pwcgov.org ​ ​

Correspondence may be sent to: Secretary to the Parks Commission PWC Parks, Recreation & Tourism  14420 Bristow Road Manassas, VA 20112 (703) 792-4250

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Facilities & Parks

What’s New... Warrior Challenge Course Locust Shade Park Opening Soon (pg. 9)

Rangers on Bike Patrol (pg. 24)

Outdoor Fitness (pg. 26, 49)

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Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center

13025 Chinn Park Drive Prince William, VA 22192 Contact Information: (703) 792-8600 www.pwcva.gov/department/ fitness-programs/chinnaquatics-fitness-center

We are pleased to have been serving the community for 30 years! Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center offers 60,000 square feet of fitness; gym, weight room, pool, spa, multipurpose and locker room space! The center also offers a wide variety of programming to include group fitness, sports, before and after school programs, preschool and MORE! We Also Offer • 1 on 1 and Small Group Personal Training • Check online for all of our offerings • Group & Private Swim Lessons • Indoor and Outdoor Rentals • Birthday Party Packages • Special Events • Youth Sports • Babysitter Training Hours Of Operation: See our website for current hours www.pwcva.gov/department/fitness-programs/chinn-aquatics-fitness-center Center Closed: Sept. 6, Nov. 25, Dec 24-25, Dec 31 (close at 2pm) and Jan. 1 Pools close at 30 min. before closing We accommodate multiple user groups in our pools throughout each day.

Group Fitness Schedule Online: www.pwcva.gov/ department/chinn-aquatics/ group-fitness

• T  he current schedule with realtime schedule changes • Class times and locations • Assigned Instructors • Cancellations •R  eservations are accessible 48 hours in advance and are required for class entry. •R  eservations close when class is full. •D  rop-ins permitted only if space allows.

MEMBERSHIPS:

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Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center is a dynamic facility that offers year-round programs for all ages. We have been serving the community for over 44 years, and we pride ourselves on our proven reputation of providing top-notch fitness, aquatics, sports, dance, martial arts, camps, and preschool-aged programs. See for yourself why the SBDCRC received excellent customer service ratings by Prince William County citizens! We Also Offer • Group and Private Swim Lessons • Adult and Children’s Dance Programs • 1-on-1 & Small Group Personal Training • Pilates Apparatus Training

• NEW Group Fitness Classes • Licensed Preschool Programs • Children’s Specialty Classes • Martial Arts Programs • Youth Sports Programs • Facility Rentals • Lifeguard Preparation Programs Hours Of Operation: See our website for current hours https://www.pwcgov.org/government/dept/park/Dale%20City/Pages/ default.aspx

Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center

Schedules for Open Swim, Open Basketball, and Open Volleyball are available online and at our front desk. Center Closed: Sept. 6, Nov. 25, Dec 24-25, Dec 31 (close at 2pm) and Jan. 1

Group Fitness Schedule Online:

www.pwcva.gov/department/dale-city/ group-fitness • T  he current schedule • Real-time schedule changes • Class times and locations • Assigned Instructors • Cancellations •R  eservations are accessible 48 hours in advance and are required for class entry. •R  eservations close when class is full. •D  rop-ins permitted only if space allows.

14300 Minnieville Road Dale City, VA 22193 Contact Information: (703) 792-8650 www.pwcva.gov/department/ fitness-programs/chinnaquatics-fitness-center

BEST VALUE SPECIAL 6 or 12 MONTH MEMBERSHIP RATES AVAILABLE

30 DAY PASS: Expires 30 days from date of purchase

DUAL PASS: Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center AND Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center

*Youth

(ages 3-15)

$65

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$70

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(ages 60+)

$65

SINGLE CENTER PASS ALSO AVAILABLE: Choose a one center pass

*Youth under age 12 must be directly supervised by a responsible person age 16 or older.

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Lake Ridge Golf & Marina Park

Enjoy the beauty of Lake Ridge Park through the use of our pavilions, playground, golf, trails and marina.

Golf Hours Of Operation: Contact us for tee times, hours and information (703) 494-5564.

Boating And Fishing: Bring your own boat (max. 9.9hp) to launch from the boat ramp or rent one at the marina. Enjoy bank and boat fishing too. A fishing license is required.

Park Amenities:

12350 Cotton Mill Drive Woodbridge, VA 22192 Contact Information: Park & Pavilion Rentals: (703) 792-8992 9-Hole Golf Course: (703) 494-5564 Marina: (703) 494-5288 www.pwcva.gov/department/ lake-ridge

• Canoes, pedal boats, kayaks, SUP, and jon boats for rent • Universal boat launch and dock • Picnic tables and grills • Pavilions for rent • Concessions • 1.2 miles of nature trails • Children’s programs • Outdoor adventure camp • Playground • 9-hole, par 3 golf course • Clubhouse with snack bar and golf equipment

Marina Hours Of Operation*

Weekdays Weekends

April 3-June 13 closed

10a-6:30p

June 14-Aug 22 10a-6p

9a-7p

Aug 23-Sep 19

closed

10a-6:30p

Sep 20-Oct. 10 closed

10a-5:30p

Oct. 11 Closed for the season, reopens April 2022 *Changes may occur due to weather or new dock construction.

Boat Rentals

All boat rentals include PFD’s (Personal Floatation Device) and other required safety equipment. Max. boat occupancy is posted at marina for each type of rental. All boats must be returned 1/2 hour before the marina closes. Late fee: $2 per 5 minutes.

Picnic Pavilions: Make a reservation now for one of our six outdoor sites to accommodate 25-150 people. Weekday and weekend rates available.

Golf Course: This beautiful Par 3 challenge 9-hole course offers oversized bentgrass greens & tees in a relaxing, wooded park setting. Lake Ridge Park’s course is great for beginners and experienced golfers looking for a shorter, demanding game. Contact the Golf Course for tee times, hours, fees and booking special events.

Marina, Boating And Fishing: Marina is open April to October and is enjoyed by families, individuals, scout groups, school groups and is available for business outings. Both bank and boat fishing are permitted with a valid fishing license. The reservoir provides good fishing for large-mouth bass, bluegill, and catfish. Bring your own boat (max. 9.9hp) and launch from our ramp or rent one of our many jon boats, canoes, kayaks, stand up paddle boards or pedal boats.

Launch Pass: The Boat Launch at the Marina is open year round, weather permitting. Launch Pass Ramp Carried Boats Daily $ 9 $ 7 Season $85 $40

Bait: Nightcrawlers are available for purchase.

Concessions: Offering a variety of drinks, snacks, candy and ice cream. Prices are posted at the marina.

Minimum age 16 to rent all boat types, with the exception of age 14 for Pedal Boat rentals. *Boat availabilty subject to change.

Boat Type

Boat Rental Fee

Boat Type

Boat Rental Fee

Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP)

1 hr. 2 hrs.

$16 $28

Pedal Boat

1/2 hr. 1 hr.

$9 $12

Jonboat - rowboat

1 hr. 2 hrs. 5 hrs

$14 $20 $26

Kayak

1 hr. 2 hrs. all day

$13 $22 $38

Canoe

1 hr. 2 hrs. all day

$13 $22 $38

Tandem Kayak

1 hr. 2 hrs. all day

$15 $27 $43

NEW! Disc Golf

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Locust Shade Park

4701 Locust Shade Drive Triangle, VA 22172 Open 10 a.m. – Dusk Contact Information: (703) 792-8780 www.pwcva.gov/department/ locust-shade

OPEN SOON:

Recognized as one of the most beautiful parks in Prince William County. Locust Shade Park offers much more than scenic beauty, tranquil water and picturesque trails. Its overall variety of facilities and activities is unmatched in the area. Locust Shade is the favorite for sports enthusiasts, nature lovers, families and groups.

Boat Rental Hours Of Operation: Weekends and Holiday Only

May 29–Sept 26

12p-6p

1/2 hour $9.00 per boat 1 hour $12.00 per boat Last rental one hour prior to closing

Fishing:

Park Amenities: • 8-acre stocked fishing pond with marnia • Bank fishing • Pedal boat rentals (seasonal) • 8 picnic pavilions • Concessions available • Lighted golf driving range • 18-hole mini golf course • Batting cage w/4 pitching speeds • Three tennis courts • Three playgrounds • Horseshoe pits • Fitness & nature trails (3 miles) • Sand volleyball area • Open playing field • Amphitheater

Rentals (Tue-Fri, per cage, per ½ hour) $15.00 Rental Reservations Please Call 24 Hours In Advance

Picnic Pavilions:

18-Hole Mini Golf:

Locust Shade is an ideal location for family cookouts, company picnics, or any gathering of friends and neighbors. The park offers a variety of pavilions and picnic areas that can be used on a first come, first served basis or with reservations available. We have pavilions ranging in size from small to large for an intimate family picnic to large groups.

Golf Center Hours Of Operation: Mini Golf, Batting Cage and Golf Driving Range May 24–Aug 15

10a - 8pm

Aug 16–Oct 10

10a - 6pm

Oct 11–Oct 31 Weekends only 10a – 6pm Nov. 1 , 2021 – April 1, 2022 Closed for season (Tuesday evenings the range closes one hour before closing times)

Note: Last sale 30 minutes before closing time Also available for group rentals

Bank fishing is available at our 8-acre pond all year, weather permitting. There are native largemouth bass and bluegill. The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fish stocks channel catfish in the spring & trout between November and April.

Batting Cage: 15 Pitches (2 tokens)

$2.00

Under 3 (w/paying adult) FREE Youth (3-16) $5.25 Adult (17-59) $6.00 Senior (60+) $5.25 *Groups (10 or more) $4.50 *Tuesday Discount Day 2 for 1

Driving Range: Golf clubs provided Large Basket $11.00 Med. Basket $9.50 Small Basket $6.00 Senior Discount ($1 off basket)

SAVE!

Driving Range Pass 20 med baskets $150.00

Fun Pass: Small Basket of Golf Balls, a Round of Mini-Golf and 30 Pitches $9.00 Last sale one-hour before closing

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Pat White Center at Ben Lomond 10501 Copeland Drive Manassas, VA 20109 Contact Info: (703) 792-8320 Hours Of Operation: M-F 9a-5p, closed Sat & Sun Closed: Sept. 6, Nov. 11,

Nov. 25 & 26, Dec. 23 & 24 Fondly referred to as “The Barn” by longtime area residents. Most newcomers may not know that the center was a working farm prior to 1974 when it became a facility for the community to enjoy safe, well-run and affordable programs for all ages. Center Rentals: The perfect venue for your next special event! Rooms are available rentals, and are a great choice for a wedding, company party, birthday party or family reunion. Rentals are offered on a one-time rental or on a recurring basis. Outdoor Pavilion Rentals: Pat White Center at Ben Lomond is also your scheduling contact for pavilion rentals at James S. Long Park in Haymarket and Nokesville Park in Nokesville. The beauty and amenities of each park makes James S. Long Park and Nokesville Park the perfect venue for your next special event.

Silver Lake Regional Park 15800 Silver Lake Road Haymarket, VA 20169 Contact Info: (703) 792-8320 Hours Of Operation: Sunrise to sunset (weather permitting) Park Amenities: • 23-acre lake fed by Little Bull Run Stream • Bank, pier and boat fishing for bluegill and largemouth bass (Appropriate Virginia State fishing licenses are required for everyone age 16 and above) • Canoe and kayak launch (non-motorized boats) • Picnic areas • Four miles of multipurpose trails shared by equestrians and hikers • Restroom facilities available No trash cans. Our “Trash in, Trash out” policy: Whatever you bring into the park, you are responsible for taking back out with you. Let’s keep our park clean and trash-free.

Veterans Memorial Park & Community Center 14300 Veterans Drive Woodbridge, VA 22191 Contact Info: (703) 792-8794 Community Center Hours Of Operation: M-F 9a-5p, closed Sat & Sun Closed: Sept. 6, Nov. 11, Nov. 25 & 26, Dec. 23 & 24 A contrast of bustling activity and quiet refuge alongside the Potomac River basin. Park Amenities: • Outdoor Olympic size pool (seasonal) with water slides and diving boards • Community center with seasonal programs for all ages • Sand volleyball and horseshoe pits • State of the art skateboard park • Indoor basketball court • Party and meeting rooms • Outdoor tennis, pickleball and basketball courts • Sports fields • Pavilions and grills Affordable Rental Packages: We have the ideal spot for gatherings and social events of any size. Rentals are available for Veterans Memorial Park community center building, pool and outdoor pavilions during and after hours. Rentals are offered on one-time or recurring basis. Contact Veterans Memorial Park to schedule pavilion rentals of Rippon Landing Park and Cloverdale Park.

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Additional Locations A.J. FERLAZZO BUILDING 15941 Donald Curtis Drive, Woodbridge

SCOTT D. EAGLES SKATEPARK 14300 Veterans Drive, Woodbridge

COCKPIT POINT CIVIL WAR PARK 18245 Cockpit Point Road, Dumfries

BIRCHDALE COMMUNITY CENTER 14730 Birchdale Avenue, WoodbridgeA

PRINCE WILLIAM ICE CENTER 5180 Dale Boulevard, Woodbridge

KINGS HIGHWAY HERITAGE PARK 2251 Vantage Drive, Woodbridge

BARNES HOUSE 5049 Waterway Drive, Montclair

LUCASVILLE SCHOOL 10516 Godwin Drive, Manassas

BEN LOMOND HISTORIC SITE 10321 Sudley Manor Drive, Manassas

OLD MANASSAS COURTHOUSE  9250 Lee Avenue, Manassas

BRENSTVILLE COURTHOUSE HISTORIC CENTRE 12229 Bristow Road, Bristow

RIPPON LODGE HISTORIC SITE 15520 Blackburn Road, Woodbridge

NEABSCO REGIONAL PARK 15125 Blackburn Road, Woodbridge BEN LOMOND HISTORIC SITE 10321 Sudley Manor Drive, Manassas BEN LOMOND REGIONAL PARK 7500 Ben Lomond Park Rd, Manassas BRENTSVILLE COURTHOUSE HISTORIC CENTRE 12229 Bristow Road, Bristow NOVA BMX TRACK 7 County Complex Court, Woodbridge HAMMILL MILL PARK 1721 Carter Lane, Woodbridge

BRISTOE STATION BATTLEFIELD HERITAGE PARK At the Corner of Iron Brigade Unit Avenue and Tenth Alabama Way, Bristow BUSHY PARK 14870 Lightner Road, Haymarket

WILLIAMS ORDINARY 17674 Main Street, Dumfries WORLD TRADE CENTER MONUMENT 1 County Complex Court, Woodbridge

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We aim to build on existing skill levels for all ages and develop new ones for efficient technique. Our classes are tailored to the skill of the student, whether the student is an infant, child, teen or adult. Not sure where you fit in? You can schedule a inwater SKILL SCREENING with one of our professionals at Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center and Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center for only $4.

• Parents are taught to safely work with their child in the water and how to encourage their child to participate fully and try the skills.

• Children are introduced to basic skills to help them learn to swim in the future.

• Several water safety topics are introduced. • Children who are not potty trained are required to wear swim diapers. • Parents/caregiver MUST be in the water with their child. One parent/ caregiver per child.

• Instructor will remain on the pool deck. • No Classes Nov 25–28.

During the Winter season, two indoor locations are available for lessons: • Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center, Dale City • Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center, Prince William

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AGES UNDER 24 MONTHS (Levels 1 & 2 Combined)

• Parents are taught to safely work with their child in the water and how to encourage their child to participate fully and try the skills.

• Children are introduced to basic skills to help them learn to swim in the future.

• Several water safety topics are introduced. • Children who are not potty trained are required to wear swim diapers. • Parents/caregiver MUST be in the water with their child. One parent/ caregiver per child

• Instructor will remain on the pool deck • No class Nov 27-28. SHARRON BAUCOM DALE CITY RECREATION CENTER 301001 DA Sep 11-Oct 23 / 10:40a-11:10a Sat 301001 DB Sep 12-Oct 24 / 10:40a-11:10a Sun 301002 DA Oct 30-Dec 18 / 10:40a-11:10a Sat 301002 DB Oct 31-Dec 19 / 10:40a-11:10a Sun

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CHILD/PARENT

AGES 6 MO TO 3 YEARS

• Parents are taught to safely work with their child in the water and how Parent/Child Together Programs

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS

AGES 3+

• For those who prefer one-on-one instruction, the PWC Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism offers private & semi-private lessons.

• Private lessons: $190, Semi-private: +$60 per additional person. • Call to schedule or for more information. • Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center (703) 792-8620 CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER Sep 7-Dec 21 / 8a-8p Sun,M,T,W,Th,F,Sat

PRIVATE LESSONS

$190

ALL AGES

• For those who prefer one-on-one instruction, the PWC Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism offers private & semi-private lessons.

• Private lessons: $190, Semi-private: $60 per additional person. • Call to schedule or for more information. • Sharon Baucom Dale City Recreation Center (703) 792--8658 SHARRON BAUCOM DALE CITY RECREATION CENTER Sep 1-Dec 31 / 9a-9p Sun,M,W,Sat

$190

to encourage their child to participate fully and try the skills. Children are introduced to basic skills to help them learn to swim in the future. • Several water safety topics are introduced. • Children who are not potty trained are required to wear swim diapers. • Parents/Caregiver MUST be in the water with their child. One Parent/ caregiver per child. • Instructor will remain on the pool deck. • NO CLASSES NOV 25–28. CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER 301001 CB Sep 7-30 / 10:45a-11:15a 301001 CC Sep 7-30 / 5:35p-6:05p 301001 CD Sep 11-Oct 23 / 8:25a-8:55a 301001 CE Sep 11-Oct 23 / 10:45a-11:15a 301001 CF Sep 12-Oct 24 / 11a-11:30a 301002 CB Oct 5-28 / 10:45a-11:15a 301002 CC Oct 5-28 / 5:35p-6:05p 301002 CD Oct 30-Dec 18 / 8:25a-8:55a 301002 CE Oct 30-Dec 18 / 10:45a-11:15a 301002 CF Oct 31-Dec 19 / 11a-11:30a 301003 CC Nov 2-23 / 10:45a-11:15a 301003 CD Nov 2-23 / 5:35p-6:05p 301003 CE Nov 30-Dec 21 / 10:45a-11:15a 301003 CF Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5:35p-6:05p

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• Orients children to the aquatic environment and gain basic aquatic

skills. • Elementary aquatic skills are taught; which children build on as they progress through the preschool aquatics program. • Blowing bubbles; submerging mouth, nose & eyes; open eyes under water and retrieve objects. • Front and back floats with support. • No Classes Nov 25–28. CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER 301011 CA Sep 7-30 / 11:20a-11:50a 301011 CB Sep 7-30 / 5p-5:30p 301011 CC Sep 7-30 / 5:35p-6:05p 301011 CD Sep 7-30 / 6:10p-6:40p 301011 CE Sep 7-30 / 7p-7:30p 301011 CF Sep 11-Oct 23 / 8:25a-8:55a 301011 CG Sep 11-Oct 23 / 9a-9:30a 301011 CH Sep 11-Oct 23 / 9:35a-10:05a 301011 CI Sep 11-Oct 23 / 10:10a-10:40a 301011 CJ Sep 11-Oct 23 / 10:45a-11:15a 301011 CK Sep 12-Oct 24 / 9:45a-10:15a 301012 CA Oct 5-28 / 11:20a-11:50a 301012 CB Oct 5-28 / 5p-5:30p 301012 CC Oct 5-28 / 5:35p-6:05p 301012 CD Oct 5-28 / 6:10p-6:40p 301012 CE Oct 5-28 / 7p-7:30p 301012 CF Oct 30-Dec 18 / 8:25a-8:55a 301012 CG Oct 30-Dec 18 / 9a-9:30a 301012 CH Oct 30-Dec 18 / 9:35a-10:05a 301012 CI Oct 30-Dec 18 / 10:10a-10:40a 301012 CJ Oct 30-Dec 18 / 10:45a-11:15a 301012 CK Oct 31-Dec 19 / 9:45a-10:15a 301013 CA Nov 2-23 / 11:20a-11:50a 301013 CB Nov 2-23 / 5p-5:30p 301013 CC Nov 2-23 / 5:35p-6:05p 301013 CD Nov 2-23 / 6:10p-6:40p 301013 CE Nov 2-23 / 7p-7:30p 301013 CF Nov 30-Dec 21 / 11:20a-11:50a 301013 CG Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5p-5:30p 301013 CH Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5:35p-6:05p 301013 CI Nov 30-Dec 21 / 6:10p-6:40p 301013 CJ Nov 30-Dec 21 / 7p-7:30p

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• Refer to Course Objectives under Preschool 1, 2 & 3. • No class Nov 27-28. SHARRON BAUCOM DALE CITY RECREATION CENTER 301011 DA Sep 7-30 / 5p-5:30p T,Th 301011 DB Sep 7-30 / 5:45p-6:15p T,Th 301011 DC Sep 11-Oct 23 / 9:50a-10:30a Sat 301011 DD Sep 11-Oct 23 / 11:15a-11:45a Sat 301011 DE Sep 12-Oct 24 / 11:15a-11:45a Sun 301012 DA Oct 5-28 / 5p-5:30p T,Th 301012 DB Oct 5-28 / 5:45p-6:15p T,Th 301012 DC Oct 30-Dec 18 / 9:50a-10:20a Sat 301012 DD Oct 30-Dec 18 / 11:15a-11:45a Sat 301012 DE Oct 31-Dec 19 / 11:15a-11:45a Sun 301013 DA Nov 2-23 / 5p-5:30p T,Th 301013 DB Nov 2-23 / 6:20p-7p T,Th 301013 DC Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5p-5:30p T,Th 301013 DD Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5:45p-6:15p T,Th Location Key ■ Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center ■ Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center\

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• To build upon the skills learned in Preschool 1 to gain more comfort & independence.

• Children learn to float on their back without support. • Opening eyes under water and retrieving submerged objects. Alternating arm and leg actions on the front and back.

• Most the skills in this level are performed with assistance. • No Classes Nov 25–28. CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER 301021 CA Sep 7-30 / 9:35a-10:05a 301021 CB Sep 7-30 / 10:45a-11:15a 301021 CC Sep 7-30 / 5p-5:30p 301021 CD Sep 7-30 / 5:35p-6:05p 301021 CE Sep 7-30 / 7p-7:30p 301021 CF Sep 11-Oct 23 / 8:25a-8:55a 301021 CG Sep 11-Oct 23 / 9a-9:30a 301021 CH Sep 11-Oct 23 / 9:35a-10:05a 301021 CI Sep 11-Oct 23 / 10:10a-10:40a 301021 CJ Sep 11-Oct 23 / 10:45a-11:15a 301021 CK Sep 12-Oct 24 / 10:25a-10:55a 301022 CA Oct 5-28 / 9:35a-10:05a 301022 CB Oct 5-28 / 10:45a-11:15a 301022 CC Oct 5-28 / 5p-5:30p 301022 CD Oct 5-28 / 5:35p-6:05p 301022 CE Oct 5-28 / 7p-7:30p 301022 CF Oct 30-Dec 18 / 8:25a-8:55a 301022 CG Oct 30-Dec 18 / 9a-9:30a 301022 CH Oct 30-Dec 18 / 9:35a-10:05a 301022 CI Oct 30-Dec 18 / 10:10a-10:40a 301022 CJ Oct 30-Dec 18 / 10:45a-11:15a 301022 CK Oct 31-Dec 19 / 10:25a-10:55a 301023 CA Nov 2-23 / 9:35a-10:05a 301023 CB Nov 2-23 / 10:45a-11:15a 301023 CC Nov 2-23 / 5p-5:30p 301023 CD Nov 2-23 / 5:35p-6:05p 301023 CE Nov 2-23 / 7p-7:30p 301023 CF Nov 30-Dec 21 / 9:35a-10:05a 301023 CG Nov 30-Dec 21 / 10:45a-11:15a 301023 CH Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5p-5:30p 301023 CI Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5:35p-6:05p 301023 CJ Nov 30-Dec 21 / 7p-7:30p

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• Helps children start to gain basic swimming propulsive skills. • Fully submerging face and holding breath & bobbing up and down. • Combined arm and leg actions on front and back. • Skills in this level are performed independently. • No Classes Nov 25–28. CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER 301031 CA Sep 7-30 / 9:35a-10:05a 301031 CB Sep 7-30 / 10:10a-10:40a 301031 CC Sep 7-30 / 5p-5:30p 301031 CD Sep 7-30 / 7p-7:30p 301031 CE Sep 11-Oct 23 / 9a-9:30a 301031 CF Sep 11-Oct 23 / 9:35a-10:05a 301031 CG Sep 11-Oct 23 / 10:10a-10:40a 301031 CH Sep 12-Oct 24 / 9a-9:30a 301032 CA Oct 5-28 / 9:35a-10:05a 301032 CB Oct 5-28 / 10:10a-10:40a 301032 CC Oct 5-28 / 5p-7p 301032 CD Oct 5-28 / 7p-7:30p 301032 CE Oct 30-Dec 18 / 9a-9:30a 301032 CF Oct 30-Dec 18 / 9:35a-10:05a 301032 CG Oct 30-Dec 18 / 10:10a-10:40a 301032 CH Oct 31-Dec 19 / 9a-9:30a

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• Helps participants feel comfortable in the water. • Elementary aquatic skills are taught. • Blowing bubbles; submerging mouth, nose & eyes; open eyes under water and retrieve objects.

• Front and back floats with support. • Combined arm & leg actions on front and back. • No Classes Nov. 25–28. CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER 301111 CA Sep 7-30 / 5p-5:40p T,Th 301111 CB Sep 7-30 / 5:45p-6:25p T,Th 301111 CC Sep 7-30 / 6:10p-6:50p T,Th 301111 CD Sep 11-Oct 23 / 9:45a-10:25a Sat 301111 CE Sep 11-Oct 23 / 10:30a-11:10a Sat 301111 CF Sep 11-Oct 23 / 11:15a-11:55a Sat 301111 CG Sep 12-Oct 24 / 10:30a-11:10a Sun 301112 CA Oct 5-28 / 5p-5:40p T,Th 301112 CB Oct 5-28 / 5:45p-6:25p T,Th 301112 CC Oct 5-28 / 6:10p-6:50p T,Th 301112 CD Oct 30-Dec 18 / 9:45a-10:25a Sat 301112 CE Oct 30-Dec 18 / 10:30a-11:10a Sat 301112 CF Oct 30-Dec 18 / 11:15a-11:55a Sat 301112 CG Oct 31-Dec 19 / 10:30a-11:10a Sun 301113 CA Nov 2-23 / 5p-5:40p T,Th 301113 CB Nov 2-23 / 5:45p-6:25p T,Th 301113 CC Nov 2-23 / 6:10p-6:50p T,Th 301113 CD Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5p-5:40p T,Th 301113 CE Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5:45p-6:25p T,Th 301113 CF Nov 30-Dec 21 / 6:10p-6:50p T,Th SHARRON BAUCOM DALE CITY RECREATION CENTER 301111 DA Sep 7-30 / 5p-5:40p T,Th 301111 DB Sep 11-Oct 23 / 9a-9:40a Sat 301111 DC Sep 11-Oct 23 / 10:30a-11:10a Sat 301111 DD Sep 12-Oct 24 / 9:50a-10:30a Sun 301112 DA Oct 5-28 / 5p-5:40p T,Th 301112 DB Oct 30-Dec 18 / 9a-9:40a Sat 301112 DC Oct 30-Dec 18 / 10:30a-11:10a Sat 301112 DD Oct 31-Dec 19 / 9:50a-10:30a Sun 301113 DA Nov 2-23 / 5p-5:40p T,Th 301113 DB Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5p-5:40p T,Th

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301121 CC Sep 7-30 / 7:15p-7:55p T,Th 301121 CD Sep 7-30 / 7:35p-8:15p T,Th 301121 CE Sep 11-Oct 23 / 9:45a-10:25a Sat 301121 CF Sep 11-Oct 23 / 10:30a-11:10a Sat 301121 CG Sep 11-Oct 23 / 11:15a-11:55a Sat 301121 CH Sep 12-Oct 24 / 10:30a-11:10a Sun 301122 CA Oct 5-28 / 5p-5:40p T,Th 301122 CB Oct 5-28 / 5:45p-6:25p T,Th 301122 CC Oct 5-28 / 7:15p-7:55p T,Th 301122 CD Oct 5-28 / 7:35p-8:15p T,Th 301122 CE Oct 30-Dec 18 / 9:45a-10:25a Sat 301122 CF Oct 30-Dec 18 / 10:30a-11:10a Sat 301122 CG Oct 30-Dec 18 / 11:15a-11:55a Sat 301122 CH Oct 31-Dec 19 / 10:30a-11:10a Sun 301123 CA Nov 2-23 / 5p-5:40p T,Th 301123 CB Nov 2-23 / 5:45p-6:25p T,Th 301123 CC Nov 2-23 / 7:15p-7:55p T,Th 301123 CD Nov 2-23 / 7:35p-8:15p T,Th 301123 CE Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5p-5:40p T,Th 301123 CF Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5:45p-6:25p T,Th 301123 CG Nov 30-Dec 21 / 7:15p-7:55p T,Th 301123 CH Nov 30-Dec 21 / 7:35p-8:15p T,Th SHARRON BAUCOM DALE CITY RECREATION CENTER 301121 DA Sep 7-30 / 6:20p-7p T,Th 301121 DB Sep 12-Oct 24 / 9a-9:40a Sun 301122 DA Oct 5-28 / 6:20p-7p T,Th 301122 DB Oct 31-Dec 19 / 9a-9:40a Sun 301123 DA Nov 2-23 / 6:20p-7p T,Th 301123 DB Nov 30-Dec 21 / 6:20p-7p T,Th

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Public Ice Skating Learn to Skate Lessons Learn to Play Hockey Figure Skating Youth & Adult Hockey Group & Private Lessons Birthday Parties Fundraising Events Snow & Story

AGES 5-12

CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER 301121 CA Sep 7-30 / 5p-5:40p 301121 CB Sep 7-30 / 5:45p-6:25p

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OPEN YEAR-ROUND

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• Gives participants success with fundamental skills. • Float on front and back independently. • Combined arm & leg actions on front and back independently. • Submerging, holding breath, bobbing & retrieving objects. • Rolling over front to back and back to front. • No Classes Nov. 25–28.

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For more information contact Maureen at mbrennan@pwice.com $77 $77

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• Builds on the skills in Level 2 through additional guided practice. • Front crawl and elementary backstroke. • Flutter, scissors, dolphin, and breaststroke kicks. • Build on fundamentals of treading water. • No Classes Nov. 25–28. CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER 301131 CA Sep 7-30 / 5p-5:40p 301131 CB Sep 7-30 / 5:45p-6:25p 301131 CC Sep 7-30 / 7:15p-7:55p 301131 CD Sep 11-Oct 23 / 9:45a-10:25a 301131 CE Sep 11-Oct 23 / 10:30a-11:10a 301131 CF Sep 11-Oct 23 / 11:15a-11:55a 301131 CG Sep 12-Oct 24 / 9:45a-10:25a 301132 CA Oct 5-28 / 5p-5:40p 301132 CB Oct 5-28 / 5:45p-6:25p 301132 CC Oct 5-28 / 7:15p-7:55p 301132 CD Oct 30-Dec 18 / 9:45a-10:25a 301132 CE Oct 30-Dec 18 / 10:30a-11:10a 301132 CF Oct 30-Dec 18 / 11:15a-11:55a 301132 CG Oct 31-Dec 19 / 9:45a-10:25a 301133 CA Nov 2-23 / 5p-5:40p 301133 CB Nov 2-23 / 5:45p-6:10p 301133 CC Nov 2-23 / 7:15p-7:55p 301133 CD Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5p-5:40p 301133 CE Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5:45p-6:25p 301133 CF Nov 30-Dec 21 / 7:15p-7:55p SHARRON BAUCOM DALE CITY RECREATION CENTER 301131 DA Sep 7-30 / 5:50p-6:30p 301131 DB Sep 11-Oct 23 / 9:50a-10:30a 301131 DC Sep 12-Oct 24 / 9:50a-10:30a 301132 DC Oct 5-28 / 5:50p-6:30p 301132 DD Oct 30-Dec 18 / 9:50a-10:30a 301132 DE Oct 31-Dec 19 / 9:50a-10:30a 301133 DA Nov 2-23 / 5:50p-6:30p 301133 DB Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5:50p-6:30p

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distances.

• Front crawl, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and butterfly.

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• To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far. • Swimming front crawl and elementary backstroke for greater

distances. • Build upon scissors kick & dolphin kick; adding arms for sidestroke and butterfly. • Backstroke and breaststroke are introduced. • Treading water for 2 minutes. • No class Nov 27-28.

Location Key ■ Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center ■ Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center\

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• To coordinate and refine all the swimming strokes and swim longer

AGES 5-12

301141 CA Sep 7-30 / 5:45p-6:25p 301141 CB Sep 7-30 / 7:15p-7:55p 301141 CC Sep 11-Oct 23 / 10:30a-11:10a 301141 CD Sep 11-Oct 23 / 11:15a-11:55a 301141 CE Sep 12-Oct 24 / 9:45a-10:25a 301142 CA Oct 5-28 / 5:45p-6:25p 301142 CB Oct 5-28 / 7:15p-7:55p 301142 CC Oct 30-Dec 18 / 10:30a-11:10a 301142 CD Oct 30-Dec 18 / 11:15a-11:55a 301142 CE Oct 31-Dec 19 / 9:45a-10:25a 301143 CA Nov 2-23 / 5:45p-6:25p 301143 CB Nov 2-23 / 7:15p-7:55p 301143 CC Nov 30-Dec 21 / 5:45p-6:25p 301143 CD Nov 30-Dec 21 / 7:15p-7:55p SHARRON BAUCOM DALE CITY RECREATION CENTER 301141 DA Sep 11-Oct 23 / 11:15a-11:55a 301142 DA Oct 30-Dec 18 / 11:15a-11:55a

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• Flip turns for front and back are introduced. • Treading water for 5 minutes. • No Classes Nov. 25–28. CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER 301151 CA Sep 7-30 / 7:15p-7:55p T,Th 301151 CB Sep 11-Oct 23 / 11:15a-11:55a Sat 301151 CC Sep 12-Oct 24 / 9a-9:40a Sun 301152 CA Oct 5-28 / 7:15p-7:55p T,Th 301152 CB Oct 30-Dec 18 / 11:15a-11:55a Sat 301152 CC Oct 31-Dec 19 / 9a-9:40a Sun 301153 CA Nov 2-23 / 7:15p-7:55p T,Th 301153 CB Nov 30-Dec 21 / 7:15p-7:55p T,Th SHARRON BAUCOM DALE CITY RECREATION CENTER 301151 DA Sep 12-Oct 24 / 10:40a-11:20a Sun 301152 DA Oct 31-Dec 19 / 10:40a-11:20a Sun

LEVEL 6

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AGES 5-12

• To refine strokes so students swim with more efficiency, power, and smoothness over greater distances.

• Menu options focus on preparing participants for more advanced aquatic activities.

• All options include a 500 yd. continuous swim. • No Classes Nov. 25–28. CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER 301161 CA Sep 7-30 / 7:15p-7:55p 301161 CB Sep 11-Oct 23 / 11:15a-11:55a 301161 CC Sep 12-Oct 24 / 9a-9:40a 301162 CA Oct 5-28 / 7:15p-7:55p 301162 CB Oct 30-Dec 18 / 11:15a-11:55a 301162 CC Oct 31-Dec 19 / 9a-9:40a 301163 CA Nov 2-23 / 7:15p-7:55p 301163 CB Nov 30-Dec 21 / 7:15p-7:55p

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• Our mission is to provide a challenging and rewarding swim program that allows our swimmers to meet their goals for fitness, stroke improvement and competition, while enjoying the company and camaraderie of adult swimmers. • Swimmers must be able to swim at least 100 yards freestyle continuously demonstrating at least one breath per stroke cycle breathing pattern. • Previous competitive experience is not required. • No Classes Nov 25–28. CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER 301000 CA Sep 7-30 / 11:20a-12p 301000 CB Oct 5-28 / 11:20a-12p 301000 CC Nov 2-23 / 11:20a-12p 301000 CD Nov 30-Dec 21 / 11:20a-12p

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• Approach, take-off, forward dive. • Level 4 or equivalent swim skills required. • Must be able to follow directions. • No Classes Nov 25–28. CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER 301520 CA Sep 11-Oct 23 / 9:45a-10:25a 301520 CB Oct 30-Dec 18 / 9:45a-10:25a

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• The Adapted Aquatics program offers individualized swimming

instruction for individuals with physical and intellectual disabilities. Call to schedule lessons or for more information. Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center (703) 792-8620

CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER Sep 7-Dec 21 / 8a-8p

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• Helps participants gain basic aquatic skills and swimming strokes. Class

will cover skills and concepts needed to stay safe in and around the water.

• No class Nov 27-28.

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• Participants must be comfortable in chest deep water, able to put

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• Participants will refine front crawl, back crawl, and breaststroke turns and build endurance.

• Participants must be able to swim the following strokes; front crawl 25 yards, breaststroke 15 yards and back crawl 25 yards.

• No class Nov 25-28.

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OmniRide Express & Metro Express Commute Stress-Free!

Catch an OmniRide Express or Metro Express bus to major employment centers in Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. and make your work commute easier! Our buses get you safely where you need to go... without the stress of traffic!

Three-week loan period Call the library or search “hotspot” in the online catalog to reserve a hotspot. Hotspots may only be checked out by patrons 18 years of age or older.

Sit back and enjoy the commute to work! Visit our OmniRide Guide to help plan your trip!

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Virginia Relay Center-TDD, call 711

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• This class enables children and teens interested in competitive

9 & UP SWIM TEAM PREP

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• This class will refine all the swimming strokes and build endurance by swimming longer distances.

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swimming or already involved with a swim team to focus on improving their stroke technique in freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, as well as starts & turns. • Prerequisite: Must be able to swim 25 yards continuously. • No Classes Nov 25–28. CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER 301560 CA Sep 7-30 / 6:30p-7:10p 301560 CB Sep 11-Oct 23 / 8:15a-8:55a 301560 CC Sep 12-Oct 24 / 8:15a-8:55a 301560 CD Oct 5-28 / 6:30p-7:10p 301560 CE Oct 30-Dec 18 / 8:15a-8:55a 301560 CF Oct 31-Dec 19 / 8:15a-8:55a 301560 CG Nov 2-23 / 6:30p-7:10p 301560 CH Nov 30-Dec 21 / 6:30p-7:10p

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Repair Skills Needed Tinkerers, Makers, and MacGyvers needed for

PRINCE WILLIAM FIX-IT FAIR In recognition of Prince William Recycles Day, Keep Prince William Beautiful (KPWB) and Prince William County Solid Waste Division will host their second Fix-It Fair on Saturday, October 9, 2021, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

teamwork, creativity, and dedication while providing a great workout. Students must be able to swim 2 laps of the pool, be comfortable floating on their backs, and know how to tread water all without any assistance. • Students need to bring a swim cap, goggles, nose clip, swim suit, towel, and yoga mat to all classes. • No Classes Nov 25–28. CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER 301510 CA Sep 7-30 / 4p-5:30p 301510 CB Oct 5-28 / 4p-5:30p 301510 CC Nov 2-23 / 4p-5:30p 301510 CD Nov 30-Dec 21 / 4p-5:30p

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SPLASH ‘N PLAY

UNDER 5 YEARS • Together parents and children discover the aquatic environment through water playtime. • Toys are provided. • No registration required. • Up to two adults FREE with each child!

Sept 9-Dec 31 / 11a-12:30p F $4

Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center

Fix-It events provide members of the community the opportunity to bring salvageable items for repair and subsequent reuse. Along with recycling, repair and reuse practices help conserve landfill space and enhance the quality of our environment. The hosts are looking for volunteers in the community with skills to repair things like jewelry, clothing, small furniture and appliances, bicycles, shoes, umbrellas, glasses, ceramics, and other portable items. Fixers will be offered a stipend to cover their time and the materials they may provide. If you would like to offer your skills at this year’s Fix-It Fair event, please send an email to PWCRecyles@pwcgov.org with your name, phone, and repair specialties.

Visit www.kpwb.org for more information

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Preschool

CHINN AQUATICS & FITNESS CENTER (703) 792-8600 3-K

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3-K

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$453

Pre-K

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M/W/F

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Pre-K

4/5 yr

9a–12p

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$136

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$330

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$336

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VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK & CENTER (VETS)

Our state-licensed PRESCHOOL prides itself on providing a quality program that emphasizes learning through play, in a safe and nurturing environment. Our PRESCHOOL provides thoughtfully planned experiences and opportunities, which stimulate learning in all developmental areas: social, emotional, physical, and cognitive. We provide a balanced program that includes choice and structured activities, whole group, small group and individual activities, and teacher and child-directed experiences. Our classroom environments are designed to encourage exploration and interaction with other children, teachers, and learning materials. Our curriculum is centered on dramatic play, blocks, art, sensory, science, math, music, movement, language and literature experiences. We seek to instill a lifelong love of learning! All preschool staff are highly trained and meet or exceed State Licensing requirements pertaining to education, experience, safety certifications as well as background checks. Our facilities and programs are inspected by State Licensing twice per year. NATURE PRESCHOOL AT GRŌ Our Nature Preschool at GRŌ will provide a supportive, safe learning experience to encourage discovery, question asking, and experimentation. Using both indoor and outdoor classrooms, our nature preschool will be filled with sensory experiences, natural objects, artifacts, trail activities and art materials so that students will have the opportunity to utilize all five senses. Our curriculum will be enhanced by he nature experience, but will also be geared to developing cognitive growth, motor skills and problem solving through hands on learning. PRESCHOOL REQUIREMENTS: Child must meet entrance age requirements by Sept 30, 2021. Child must be potty trained. Copies of *Physical Exam, Immunization Record & Child Verification (Birth Certificate or other documents must be verified by staff) before the child can enter into the program. A registration form must be completed annually. (*physical must be within the last year) PLEASE NOTE: •O  ur preschool program utilizes ePACT to collect necessary participant information and forms. All required paperwork and information must be fully completed and submitted prior to your child entering the program. •P  ricing is adjusted for scheduled days off due to holidays and teacher workdays. •R  egistration may be made by phone or in person.

703-792-8794 3-K

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9:30a–12:30p

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$235

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9:30a–12:30p

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$335

GRŌ AT LONG PARK (703) 792-8320 Pre-K

4-5 yr

9a-12p

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$323

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9a-12p

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$235

Toddler Adventure

Age 30 months by Sept. 30 This toddler program is an introduction for the child into a group setting. This program encourages creative play, exploration and social development. Planned activities include art, music, movement, language and literacy as well as fine and gross motor skills. Potty training is not required.

3-K Age 3 This program is designed to support and enrich each child’s development. We provide opportunities to develop selfhelp, social and emotional skills through both self-guided as well as teacher-led activities. Academic concepts (alphabet, numbers, shapes, colors) will be introduced, and by using our developmentally appropriate curriculum, our experienced and educated teachers will also incorporate activities to strengthen language, literacy, fine motor and cognitive skills. Child must be potty trained for this program. Pre-K Ages 4-5 We are dedicated to providing a learning, nurturing, language-rich environment that supports the development of each individual child. Children will become eager learners through both self-guided and teacher-led activities. We provide opportunities to develop self-help, social and problem-solving skills. Using our developmentally appropriate curriculum, our educated, experienced teachers carefully plan activities to develop and strengthen language, literacy, fine motor, and basic academic skills. Our program prepares children for kindergarten in an engaging, playful, and intentional manner. Child must be potty trained for this program.

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Nature Preschool at Grō A Natural Education Space gro

James S. Long Park James Madison Highway Haymarket, VA pwcparks.org/gro (703) 792-5180

Nature is an important element in building the foundation of a child’s learning. Not only does nature aid in a child’s fitness and overall physical health, it also helps in moral development, academic learning, as well as parent, child, and community interactions. Our Nature Preschool at Grō will provide a supportive, safe learning environment to encourage discovery, question-asking and experimentation. Using both indoor and outdoor classrooms, our nature preschool will be filled with sensory experiences, natural objects, artifacts, trail activities and art materials so that students will have the opportunity to utilize all five senses. Our curriculum will be enhanced by the nature experience, but will also be geared to developing cognitive growth, motor skills, and problem solving through hands on learning. As we prepare your child for their Kindergarten experience, our program will also incorporate language through songs, stories and dramatic play as well as cultivate social skills and positive self image through cooperative learning and play.

Schedule a tour of the facility!

Contact jengland@pwcgov.org or call (703) 792-8320

Preschool Curriculum By using our developmentally appropriate curriculum, our experienced and educated teachers will incorporate activities to strengthen language, literacy, fine motor and cognitive s kills. Children will become eager learners through both self-guided and teacher-led activities in our unique indoor and outdoor classroom environments. Our comprehensive, state-licensed preschool curriculum includes subject areas in math, science, motor development, social studies, language, art, music and self/social development. Outdoor Classrooms Our outdoor classroom will have a variety of stations for preschoolers to explore music, art, movement, gardening and the natural world around them. The outdoor classroom provides an environment for children to collaborate, be inquisitive and it promotes a lifelong connection and appreciation to the child’s natural surroundings. Preschool Staff We hire those teachers who have a passion for education and encouraging

young minds to explore and discover the world around them. Our teachers bring a solid mix of educational and environmental experiences and backgrounds into their classrooms. All preschool staff are highly trained and meet or exceed Virginia State Licensing requirements pertaining to education levels, experience, safety certifications as well as background checks. Our program and staff are inspected by State Licensing twice per year. Our preschool program utilizes ePACT to collect necessary participant information and forms. All required paperwork and information must be fully completed and submitted prior to your child entering the program. Child must meet entrance age requirements by Sept 30, 2021. Copies of *Physical Exam, Immunization Record & Child Verification (Birth Certificate or other documents must be verified by staff) before child can enter into the program. A registration form must be completed annually. (*physical must be within the last year). For more information, contact: jengland@pwcgov.org, (703) 792-5180, or visit www.pwcparks.org/gro

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Looking for an energized outdoor activity that rolls fun and fitness all into one? Our adapted Zumba® class is just what you need! Everyone is welcome! The class is outdoors on our universal baseball field at George Hellwig Memorial Park. Our Zumba® instructor will guide participants through a variety of dance routines with modifications for all abilities. Please be sure to bring a water bottle. Sep 20-Oct 11 / 6p-6:55p

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■ HEALTHY KIDS CLUB Ages 2-7

This program introduces basic sport skills, like running, kicking and throwing through gross motor play. We will use a variety of games, songs, and props to develop fine and gross motor skills needed for sports. This program is designed for children with and without disabilities. It is a fun way for children to get fit and learn healthy habits while they improve their sports skills.

■ ADAPTED PAINT NIGHT

Sep 22-Oct 20 / 5p-5:45p

Ages 13+

Please join us for a fun, creative, and social event! Participants will leave with an original 11X14 canvas painting. Hot Tea and Cocoa will be offered as you paint your masterpiece and share with friends. This program is designed for teens and adults with disabilities. Sep 17 / 6p-7:15p Oct 22 / 6p-7:15p Nov 19 / 6p-7:15p

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Bring your child for a fun filled night of Holiday Cookie Decorating! Come prepared to get a little messy as we decorate cookies and drink hot cocoa. Food allergies may be able to be accommodated. Please contact Veronica Laughman ADA Coordinator vlaughman@pwcgov.org Dec 17 / 6p-7p

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Come out and experience the scientifically proven recreational activities that bring joy and happiness to your mind. Become one with nature. Practice Yoga. Create art. Have fun with food. Find inner peace and joy through reflection, mindfulness, movement, and purpose.

Location Key ■ Birchdale Community Center ■ George Hellwig Memorial Park ■ Silver Lake Regional Park

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Check out our new Adapted Programs in partnership with PWC Libraries! Adapted Teen Book Clubs at Montclair Library and Haymarket Gainesville Library Adapted Story Time with Chinn Park Library and Haymarket Gainesville Library

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Inclusion Programming & Adaptive Recreation Prince William County Parks, Recreation & Tourism is committed to creating a community of choice for all residents with equal access to programs, classes, camps, and activities. Look for this symbol which identifies adapted programs. For more information or to request accommodations please visit our website for inclusion guidelines and forms or contact: Veronica Laughman, ADA Coordinator vlaughman@pwcgov.org (703) 792-8066 www.pwcparks.org/inclusion

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■ ELEMENTARY ART EXTRAVAGANZA Ages 6-12

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■ GREAT PUMPKIN PARTY Ages 2-5 Join us for a super fun parent/child event. Wear your favorite costume and enjoy games, music, dancing, crafts and a yummy snack. Oct 22 / 10a-11:30a

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■ HOMESCHOOL MUSICAL THEATRE Ages 7-11 Parent/Child Together Programs

■ ANIMAL YOGA FOR KIDS Ages 6-10

Students will have fun learning acting skills with group games. An intro to music history will be taught. This class will learn Broadway style jazz steps and routines based on Broadway musicals. Dancers will develop flexibility and stamina.

Animal poses are a wonderful way to introduce to children to yoga as they learn about animals from early age. Pretending to be a dog, cat, cow or other animal is relatable and fun and engages children’s imagination and playfulness.

Sep 29-Oct 27 / 1p-2p Nov 10-Dec 8 / 1p-2p

Oct 2-Nov 20 / 10a-10:45a

Children can romp and play in our gymnasium with fun toys and gym equipment. Join us anytime, no preregistration is required, and guardians are free. Guardian must attend with their children. Kiddie Tyme follows PWCS schedule for closures. $3/visit or $30/10 punch pass.

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■ ARTISTIC SCIENTIST! Ages 7-10

When you combine science and art, there is no doubt you will have a good time. Let your creativity explode with tin foil crafts, bubble painting, lava lamps and rock art. Science and art go hand in hand! Join us for creative crafts and loads of fun. Oct 5-Nov 9 / 4:30p-6p

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■ KIDDIE TYME

Sep 20-May 26 / 10:30a-12p M-Th Ages 1-5 Sep 24-May 27 / 10:30a-12p F Ages 1-3

■ LEARNING IS FUN Ages 2-5

Prepare your little one for preschool and kindergarten routines with this super fun parent/child 6-week class. By playing and learning together, children will build their social, emotional, cognitive, and language skills. Each class will include art projects, sensory & STEM experiences, and both fine and gross motor activities. Get your little student ready for their next step in education. No class Nov 24. Sep 8-Oct 13 / 9:30a-10:30a Sep 8-Oct 13 / 11a-12p Oct 27-Dec 8 / 9:30a-10:30a Oct 27-Dec 8 / 11a-12p

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Location Key ■ Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center ■ Pat White Center at Ben Lomond ■ Veterans Memorial Park & Community Center ■ Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center

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Grades K-8 | 2021-22 School Year Providing a safe, supervised environment with structured activities for your child, before & after school. • Daily BUS TRANSPORTATION to/from select schools included. • Call (703) 792-8600 for a list of elementary and middle schools we are currently serving. • Access to unique amenities - swimming, gymnasium, library visits, outdoor play and nature trail. • Activities include - camper electives, homework time, art/crafts, special events, community projects. • Full Day options available on teacher workdays and inclement weather days. • Enthusiastic staff. Monthly Fee: $200: Before school care only (starting at 6a) $315: After school care only (ending at 7p) $370: Before & After school care A $45 non-refundable registration fee is due when registering. Monthly payments are due the first of the month. Automatic Draft Payments are now available. All registrations must be completed in-person at Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center. For more information or questions please email: Adam Desoto at adesoto@​pwcgov.​org

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■ SCIENCE IS SUCCESS Ages 8-12

Science is everywhere! Join us for water experiments, science, snacks and recreating our favorite science activities! Excitement for new experiences starts here! No Class Saturday, November 27, 2021 Nov 6-Dec 18 / 10a-11:30a

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$85

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■ READING ADVENTURES IN THE BARN Ages 8-12

There is something nice about mixing the fun of play with reading a book with friends. Join us at the “Barn” to read, make crafts, play games, solve mysteries, discuss and share the excitement of reading. Sep 29-Oct 20 / 4p-5:30p Oct 27-Nov 17 / 4p-5:30p Dec 1-15 / 4p-5:30p

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■ SPORTS SAMPLER Ages 3-5

The Sampler is designed for parents to work alongside their little athlete and begin experiencing a variety of sports. During this session parents and children will have the opportunity to learn a new sport and skill each session. Come prepared to play games and learn basic sports techniques in a fun environment with helpful instructors. Oct 2-23 / 10a-11a

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$50

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Location Key ■ Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center ■ Pat White Center at Ben Lomond ■ Veterans Memorial Park & Community Center ■ Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center

■ DYNAMITE DINO’S Ages 3-5

Discover the world of dinosaurs in a new way. Young Paleontologist’s will have fun digging up pre-historic science adventures.

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■ BAKING FOR THE HOLIDAYS Just in time for the holidays! Your little chef will bake and decorate some tasty treats to include a take home goodie bag to share. Sign up early. Space is limited. We are not able to make allergy accommodations. Dec 7 / 1p-2p

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WINTER BREAK CAMP Ages 6-14

December 20-30 $330.00

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Come spend your Winter Break with us at the Chinn Aquatics and Fitness Center! Bring your lunch, two snacks, bathing suit, and towel each day. Camp includes supervised camp games and daily swimming/activities. Get ready for loads of fun! No meeting Dec. 24. Before care: 6am-9am - $30 After care: 5pm-7pm- $30 Before and After care- $60 23 | Prince William County Parks, Recreation & Tourism | Register Online: www.pwcparks.org

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New Public Safety Cyclists Unit Prince William County Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism announced the creation of a new Public Safety Cyclists Unit. The new Park Ranger Unit will be led by Ranger Michael “Mike” Wear, a certified Mountain Bike Public Safety Instructor. Ranger “Bike Mike”, is a 23-year member of the International Police Mountain Bike Association, and a certified Instructor since 2001. Bike Units are a “clear connection to the community and an incredible untapped resource,” explained Park Ranger Wear, “Where others may respond, Park Rangers are already there, enjoying the beauty of nature with our guests in the park.” Ranger “Bike Mike” continued, “Rule #1 in Public Safety is ‘being there.’ We stay on the move and search for the path to our next exciting adventures in the amazing

network of trails within the Prince William County Park system. Ranger Wear has received numerous decorations from the Metropolitan Police Department, United States Army, DC National Guard and the United States Army Reserve.

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■ BIRD SONG BASICS Ages 18+

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■ ART IN THE PARK Ages 3-5

Let’s meet, make friends and gain inspiration in the park around us. Each week we will focus on our environment, learn some fun facts, and create a craft inspired by the park. Please note this is a drop off program and does not require a parent participation. Weather permitting, we may venture outdoors. Class will be held down at the Gro/Marina building. Sep 8-29 / 10a-11:30a

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■ BEGINNER ARCHERY

Ages 8-15

■ BUG QUEST ADULT NATURE WALK AT JAMES S. LONG PARK Ages 18+ Sep 18 / 1p-3p Sat

$20

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■ BUG QUEST ADULT NATURE WALK AT NOKESVILLE PARK Ages 18+ Nov 20 / 1p-3p Sat

$20

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■ BUG QUEST FAMILY NATURE WALKS

Learn the safe and effective way to handle and shoot recurve and compound bows, while understanding the difference between them. Training provided by National Archery Association certified instructors. Equipment is provided. Sep 14-23 / 5p-7p Sep 18-Oct 9 / 10a-12p

Join County biologists as we investigate where we can find insects and discuss how they fit into the world around us. As we explore park habitat along trails, we’ll learn about plant and insect identification, ecology, how to protect against harmful insect exposure and more. We’ll also share methods to help you identify and document plants and wildlife. Program held in partnership with PWC Mosquito and Forest Pest Management Branch.

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AT BEN LOMOND PARK All Ages Oct 9 / 1p-3p Sat $20

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■ BUG QUEST FAMILY NATURE WALKS AT SILVER LAKE REGIONAL PARK All Ages Dec 4 / 1p-3p Sat $20

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■ NATURE OBSERVATION LAB AND CRAFT WORKSHOP

■ EXPLORERS ARCHERY

Learn the science behind collecting aquatic or terrestrial insects outdoors and identify important characteristics in a laboratory setting with experienced field biologists. You’ll also learn how to record data and share your observations. Follow up your scientific investigation with a fun craft to showcase your knowledge. Program held in partnership with PWC Mosquito and Forest Pest Management Branch.

This is a versatile archery education program that is fun, rewarding, progressive and —most important —safe. Explore Archery will help strengthen basic archery skills and build confidence throughout the course. Daily activities will be fun, exciting & challenging while improving fundamental skills and earning awards and achievements. Friday will be used as a weather make up day if needed.

Sep 29 / 10a-11:30a

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Oct 2-23 / 9:30a-11:30a

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Location Key ■ Locust Shade Park ■ Pat White Center at Ben Lomond ■ Nokesville Park

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Topic: mosquito larvae other aquatic macroinvertebrates

Nov 17 / 10a-11:30a

Topic: cockroaches/other insects collected outside

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$100

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■ FAMILY ARCHERY VAges 8-17

Parent must be present. Oct 17 / 1p-3p Nov 4 / 10a-12p

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■ FAMILY ARCHERY DAYVAges 8+ Sep 25 / 9a-11a Sat $30 309102 OB Oct 16 / 9a-11a Sat $30 309102 OC ■ FAMILY SPOOKY SHOOT Ages 8+

Have-a-go at the ancient sport of archery this Halloween. Our trained instructors will take adults and children through instructions and tactics about how to nail the bullseye or even some pumpkins along the way! Feel free to come in costume as long as they do not prevent shooting safely. Score as a family and get a family prize. Other activities included: yard darts and cornhole. This is a family oriented fun shoot with a fall theme. All equipment will be provided, and our instructors are USA Archery certified. Oct 30 / 10a-12:30p

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■ FISHING DAY Ages 7-14

For the first time or experienced fisherman, this morning you will learn the basics of pond fishing. You will learn different ways to fish and how to target different species of fish. Equipment provided but you could bring your lucky rod if you chose too. Rain Date 19th. Sep 18 / 9a-12p

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$18

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■ FULL MOON HIKE All Ages

Ever wonder who is out in the night of a Full Moon? Join us for S’mores and a night hike at the Neabsco Regional Park Boardwalk. Bring your flashlight, dress for the weather, and wear comfortable shoes for walking approx 2 miles. Meet at the Neabsco Regional Park pavilion. May be canceled/ rescheduled due to inclement weather. Sep 19 / 7p-9p Oct 20 / 7p-9p Nov 20 / 5p-7p

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Come join us to learn the basics of kayaking. You will learn best practices for safety on the water as well as, launching, turning, paddling, and other basic kayak maneuvers. Sep 18 / 10a-12p Sat Sep 25 / 10a-12p Sat Oct 2 / 10a-12p Sat

$20 $20 $20

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FAMILY ARCHERY Looking for a great activity the whole family can learn and enjoy? Come out and enjoy a morning learning Archery. The program focuses on Archery fundamentals. Each participant is taught range rules, bow and arrow safety and handling, correct form, and stance from our certified staff. Equipment is provided.

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We know that health and wellness begin with building healthy communities. Prince William County Parks, Recreation & Tourism offers you best practices for aligning health benefits and total body fitness. All classes are held in a unique outdoor setting at the Neabsco Regional Park. Everyone, of all skill levels, are welcome to attend. *Outdoor Morning Yoga and Meet the Trainer classes are included in a Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center and/or Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center 6 or 12 month pass. Registration is required. Passholders should contact their facility to register. All others, please register in advance. Drop ins need reservation. $12 Drop -ins. Bring a mat, water and a towel the day of the event. Please wear appropriate clothing. In case of inclement weather, class may be canceled. Want more information on Prince William County Parks, Recreation & Tourism’s Outdoor Fitness Programs or have a suggestion for a new outdoor fitness program? We would love to hear from you. Email us at: Cfermin@pwcgov.org Sep 1-Oct 13 / 9:30a-10:25a

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MEET THE TRAINER at the Neabsco Outdoor Adult Fitness Parks for a moderate to vigorous physical activity of a well-rounded workout including aerobic activity, core, muscle strength, balance and flexibility in small group setting. OUTDOOR MORNING YOGA PRACTICE ON BOARDWALK Honoring individual’s morning energetic levels, join us outside for a beautiful yoga experience.

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■ INTRODUCTION TO NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY Ages 18+

If you are interested in basis tips for taking nature photographs, grab your camera or cell phone and capture the beauty around us. We will start inside with basis tips before heading to a nearby park for practice. Come enjoy the outdoor scene of landscapes, plants, and wildlife with us! Oct 16 / 8a-11a

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■ MASTERS OF DISGUISE Ages 5-8

Sometimes it can be tricky to find animals because they often hide in plain sight! Learn about how and why they camouflage through games, activities, and a fun snack. Nov 2 / 10a-2p

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Come connect with all the nature Veterans Memorial Park has to offer. We will explore the park from top to bottom to reconnect with nature and see who and what calls this park home. Please come prepared to get a little dirty! Oct 23-Nov 13 / 10a-11:30a

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■ NATURE BUDDIES Ages 4-5

An imaginative way to enrich your child’s experience both indoors and out. We will be taking short nature hikes, making crafts and learning about the environment. Please note this is a drop off program and does not require parent participation. Sep 8-29 / 1p-2:30p Oct 6-27 / 1p-2:30p Nov 3-24 / 1p-2:30p

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WORKSHOP AT SILVER LAKE REGIONAL PARK Ages 7-14

■ SPOOKY SPIDERS

Learn the science behind collecting aquatic or terrestrial insects outdoors and identify important characteristics in a laboratory setting with experienced field biologists. You’ll also learn how to record data and share your observations. Follow up your scientific investigation with a fun craft to showcase your knowledge. Program held in partnership with PWC Mosquito and Forest Pest Management Branch.

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■ SURVIVAL CLUB

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■ SCIENCE SATURDAY - ANIMALS AROUND US Ages 5-13

Take a hike to encounter the habitats of animals in the park. Play games to learn about their food chains, predators, and prey. Discuss how to care for their habitats while in the park. Explore and discover more with handson activities in the park. Oct 9 / 10a-12p

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Lost in the wilderness? Learn to survive! Join the Survivor Club. You will learn new skills that might someday keep you alive. We will learn map reading, shelter building, fire building, water purification, fishing, and archery. All your skills will be tested in a friendly competition with your parent as a partner on Thursday, November 4, 2021. Sep 30-Nov 4 / 4p-6p

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ECOSYSTEMS Ages 5-13

Did you know turkeys can see better than humans, or that only male turkeys gobble? Get ready for a gobbling good time as we play games, make crafts, and learn more about this amazing bird.

What does a plant need to survive? How does it find all its needs in the park? How do different plants and animals work together to create the ecosystems in the park? Discover the answers to these questions and more with hands-on experiences in the park. $10

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Join us to learn more about the spooky spiders around your house. Maybe they are not that scary after all! We will have games, crafts, and many opportunities to learn something new about our eight legged friends.

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Location Key ■ Locust Shade Park ■ Lake Ridge Park ■ Pat White Center at Ben Lomond ■ James Long Regional Park ■ Silver Lake Regional Park ■ Neabsco Regional Park Boardwalk ■ Veterans Memorial Park & Community Center

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■ COMMUNICATION Ages 11-17 Join us in earning your Boy Scout Communication Merit Badge. Class meets twice. In advance of the first class, complete requirements 1, 2, 3 (speech will be given during class). For the 2nd class, complete requirements 4, 5, 7, 8 & 9. Remember your blue card. Nov 9-16 / 6p-8p

Remember your blue card. Please bring and plan to wear a mask and plan to social distance. ■ ARCHERY Ages 11-13 Join us in earning your Boy Scout Archery Merit Badge. This class meets twice. Before the first class, do requirements 1 (all), 2 (a - c), 3 (a & b), 4 (all), & 5 (a - e). Be prepared for a written test on the material. Please bring your merit badge workbook, writing utensil, lots of water, and snacks to the class. Wear sunscreen, bug spray, and dress for the weather as class is all outside. Oct 9-10 / 1p-4p

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■ CITIZENSHIP IN THE COMMUNITY Ages 11-17 Join us in earning your Boy Scout Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge. Complete all of requirements 3, 4, 5, 7 (bring verification for 7c), and 8 (be prepared to present to the class) before the class. Oct 16 / 5p-7p

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■ FAMILY LIFE #1 Ages 11-17

Join us in earning your Family Life merit badge. This is the first class in the series. In advance of class, complete all of requirements 1 & 2, prepare list of chores for requirement 3, decide on a project for 4, and plans for requirements 5 & 6. The second class will be 90 days later. Oct 2 / 5p-7p

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■ FAMILY LIFE #2 Ages 11-17

Join us in earning your Family Life merit badge. This is the final class in the series. Complete requirements 3 (carry out 90 days of chores & record), 4 (submit report of project done around home for family), 5 (submit results on project done with family) and 6 (report back on family meeting). Sep 24 / 6p-8p

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■ GOLF Ages 11-17

Join us in earning your Boy Scout Citizenship in the Nation Merit Badge. Complete (2) of requirement 2 and do all of requirements 3, 6 and 8 in advance of class.

Join us in this two day class to earn the Golf Merit Badge. In advance of the first class, prepare requirements 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5. Be able to explain them to the class. Class two will meet at Lake Ridge Golf Course. Dress for the weather. Class 1 (10/21) meets at Birchdale Community Center from 6p-8p. Class 2 (10/23) meets at Lake Ridge Golf Course from 2p-5p.

Oct 23 / 5p-7p

Oct 21-23 / 6p-8p

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■ PERSONAL FITNESS #1 Ages 11-17

■ PERSONAL MANAGEMENT #1 Ages 11-17

Join us in earning your Boy Scout Personal Fitness Merit Badge. This is the first class in the series. In advance of class, complete and bring requirements 1a (current physical) & 3 (answer and be prepared to discuss the questions). Dress to work out. The second class will be 90 days later.

Join us in earning the Boy Scout Personal Management Merit Badge. This is the first class in the series. Before the class, complete requirement 1(a, b1, c), 2a (prepare budget), 5 (all), & 8 (a & b).

Nov 12 / 6p-8p

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Join us in earning your Boy Scout Personal Fitness Merit Badge. This is the final class in the series. In advance of class, complete requirement 1b (dental exam with statement from dentist), 8 (keep 12 week log of physical fitness program), and 9 (explore 3 careers in personal fitness). Dress to work out. F

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■ PERSONAL MANAGEMENT #2 Ages 11-17

■ PERSONAL FITNESS #2

Oct 15 / 6p-8p

Dec 4 / 5p-7p

$27

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Join us in earning the Boy Scout Personal Management Merit Badge. This is the final class in the series. Before the class, complete requirements 2 & 8. Do all of 7, 9, & 10. Nov 6 / 5p-7p

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Location Key ■ Silver Lake Regional Park ■ Birchdale Community Center ■ Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center

SCIENCE in the Park Education to Meet SOL’s

Let us teach lessons using our fields, forests, streams and ponds as your classroom. Our curriculum topics are based around the 2018 Science SOL’s and the hands on activities can be tailored to complement what is being taught in distance and home learning. Programs for Elementary Students (K-5) James S. Long Regional Park Lake Ridge Park Locust Shade Park Neabsco Regional Boardwalk Silver Lake Regional Park

Let us teach lessons using our fields, forests, Ages 3–5 | $58 | Locust Shade Park streams and ponds as your classroom. Our curriculum Little Explorers will spend time exploring, investigating Forest Friends and interacting with the world around them. By Marcharound 11, 18, & 25 topics are based 9:30 - 10:30am | 110302-OA participating in a wide variety of hands-on activities built the 2018 Science SOL’s and around the theme, children will discover the wonders of Caring for our Earth the hands onApril activities can plants animals and nature in both indoor and outdoor 8, 15, & 22 settings. This a parent and child together program. - 10:30am | 110302-OB be tailored to9:30 complement what is being taught in distance and home learning. Animals Around Us Programs for Elementary 10am-12pm | $10 Students (K-5)

Lil Explorers  [REGISTRATION LINK]

(Ages 5-8 ) What does an animal need to survive? What adaptations and characteristics are found in animals? Use your powers of observation and senses to discover the answers to these questions and more with hands-on activities in the park. March 8 March 11 April 12

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(Ages 9-13 ) Take a hike to encounter the habitats of animals in theS. park. Play Regional games to learn about their James Long Park food chains, predators, and prey. Discuss how to care Lake Ridge Park for their habitats while in the park. Explore and discover more with hands-on activities Locust Shade Parkin the park.

Neabsco Regional March 8 Lake Ridge ParkBoardwalk 109100-LB March 11 Locust Shade ParkPark 109100-OB Silver Lake Regional April 12 Silver Lake Park 109100-KB

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(Ages 9-13 ) What ecosystems exist in the park? Who lives in the park? Explore and


Holiday Celebrations HALLOWEEN

SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKEUP page 52 October 16, 23 &30 GREAT PUMPKIN PARTY page 21 October 22 ALL HALLOW’S EVE CANDLELIGHT TOURS AT BRENTSVILLE COURTHOUSE page 43 October 23 FIRESIDE GHOST STORIES AT BEN LOMOND page 45 October 29 CAMPFIRE GHOST STORIES AT BRENTSVILLE COURTHOUSE page 45 October 15 HISTORIC CEMETERIES OF BRENTSVILLE WALKING TOURS page 44 October 31 RIPPON LODGE RADIO MYSTERY HOUR! page 47 October 2

THANKSGIVING TURKEY TIME page 27 November 4

CHRISTMAS

CHRISTMAS IN A CIVIL WAR CAMP AT BRISTOE STATION page 49 December 4 CIVIL WAR CHRISTMAS & CONCERTS AT BRENTSVILLE COURTHOUSE page 44 December 11 BAKING FOR THE HOLIDAYS page 23 December 7-8 HOLIDAY COOKIE DECORATING page 20 December 17 HOLIDAY EVENINGS AT RIPPON LODGE page 46 December 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18 SANTA COMES TO RIPPON LODGE page 46 December 11 HOLIDAYS THROUGH THE AGES page 46 December 3-6, 10-13, 17-20 30 | Prince William County Parks, Recreation & Tourism | Register Online: www.pwcparks.org


Explore 60+ miles of trails in Prince William Parks www.pwcva.gov/ department/parksrecreation-tourism/ find-trail

The Prince William County Arts Council is a membership organization serving the Greater Prince William Area, including Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park. Join the Prince William County Arts Council As a member of the Prince William County Arts Council, you will be part of a vibrant thriving community of art enthusiasts. Join us in supporting the cultural arts and receive great benefits! www.pwcartscouncil.org

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Introductory Classes – A La Carte – Includes Recital Seven week sessions to offer a taste of a variety of dance styles for children 2 yr to 17 yr old.

• Each class meets once a week • Each session= 7 weeks (Bank Draft not available) • There is a one- time $45 Registration/Recital Fee • Must be in Session 1 & 2 to participate in the Dec Holiday show • Uniforms required INTRO Session 1 Sept/Oct Class meets once a Week Ballet 1

8-11 yrs

Mon

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9/6-10/18

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Ballet 1

8-11 yrs

Thurs 5:00p-6:00p

9/9-10/21

$98

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Pre-Ballet & Tap

8-10 yrs

Sat

11:45a-12:45p

9/11- 10/23

$98

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Angelina & Tap

4-6 yrs

Wed

5:00p-6:00p

9/8-10/20

$98

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Angelina & Jazz

4-6 yrs

Sat

9:30a-10:30a

9/11-10/23

$98

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Beg Hip Hop

7-11 yrs

Wed

6:00p-7:00p

9/8-10/20

$98

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Hip Hop 2

12-17 yrs

Wed

7:00p-8:00p

9/8-10/20

$98

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Musical Theatre 1 8-11 yrs

Tues

6:15p-7:15p

9/7- 10/19

$98

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Acro Dance

9-12 yrs

Sat

12:45p-1:45p

9/11-10/23

$98

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Lyrical 1

7-10 yrs

Sat

12:45p-1:45p

9/11-10/23

$98

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Tumbling & Jazz 1

8-11 yrs

Sat

11:45a-12:45p

9/11-10/23

$98

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Budding & Tap

5-7 yrs

Sat

10:45a-11:45a

9/11-10/23

$98

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INTRO Session 2 Nov/Dec Class meets once a Week Ballet 1 8-11 yrs Mon 6:00p-7:00p 10/25- 12/13

$98

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Ballet 1

8-11 yrs

Thurs 5:00p-6:00p

$98

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Pre-Ballet & Tap

8-10 yrs

Sat

11:45a-12:45p

10/30- 12/18

$98

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Angelina & Tap

4-6 yrs

Wed

5:00p-6:00p

10/27- 12/15

$98

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Angelina & Jazz

4-6 yrs

Sat

9:30a-10:30a

10/30- 12/18

$98

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10/28- 12/16

Beg Hip Hop

7-11 yrs

Wed

6:00p-7:00p

10/27- 12/15

$98

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Hip Hop 2

12-17 yrs

Wed

7:00p-8:00p

10/27- 12/15

$98

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Musical Theatre 1 8-11 yrs

Tues

6:15p-7:15p

10/26- 12/14

$98

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Acro Dance

9-12 yrs

Sat

12:45p-1:45p

10/30- 12/18

$98

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Lyrical 1

7-10 yrs

Sat

12:45p-1:45p

10/30- 12/18

$98

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Tumbling & Jazz 1

8-11 yrs

Sat

11:45a-12:45p

10/30- 12/18

$98

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Budding & Tap

5-7 yrs

Sat

10:45a-11:45a

10/30- 12/18

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Learn the basic styles of Hip Hop from the smooth moves of funk to house. Learn Hip Hop routines to clean music. This class will get you moving and dancing to popular styles and (clean) music. See how much fun dancing can be as you make new friends. ■ HIP HOP 2 Ages 12-17 This energetic class will build on skills and coordination with more complex dance routines. Class will challenge your brain and body! Dancers will learn strong stage skills to become powerful performers and own the stage.

We offer dance programs for ages 2 through adult. Ballet, tap, hip hop, jazz, lyrical, musical theatre, and pointe are offered with opportunities to perform learned skills. Our program runs from Sept to June and is based on a curriculum for a progression of learned skills. There are three dance options: Intro classes, Session classes Option 1, and Upper level classes Option 2. Please see the below chart. Classes that do not meet the minimum may be canceled. Uniforms are not required until the second class. ■ ACRO DANCE Ages 9-12 Acro Dance combines classical dance movements with acrobatic moves to create a fluid style. The dance movements originate in ballet and modern. The acrobatic tricks teach flexibility with strength to create the Acro Dancer. ■ ANGELINA & JAZZ Ages 4-6 Dancers will use dance games to learn dance skills such as rhythm, direction, shapes, speed, and more. They will dance to a story ballet to learn creative thinking and social skills. Class will finish with fun jazz dances. Ballet shoes can be worn for jazz. ■ ANGELINA BALLERINA & TAP Ages 4-6 Dancers will use dance games to learn dance skills such as rhythm, direction, shapes, speed, and more. They will dance to a story ballet to learn creative thinking and social skills. Class will finish with beginner tap skills. Hard soled shoes can be worn for tap. ■ BALLET 1 Ages 8-11 Dancers will learn the ballet exercises and theory, Level 1, of the Cecchetti syllabus (Italian method). This is an important level as this class lays the foundations of classical ballet. No experience is necessary.

■ LYRICAL 1 Ages 7-10 Lyrical combines modern, ballet, and jazz to form a fluid and expressive style of dance and its own unique technique. The basics of Lyrical will be taught to clean contemporary music that helps to develop creative movement in dance combinations. ■ MUSICAL THEATRE 1 Ages 8-11 Broadway, here I come! Musical theatre 1 teaches the style of dance that is seen in Broadway Musicals. Dancers will learn the basics of Jazz and routines from well-known musicals. They will have fun with acting games to learn stage presence. The basics of music knowledge will be taught in an interactive method. ■ PRE BALLET & TAP Ages 8-10 Students will learn classical ballet exercises at the barre and center to prepare for Cecchetti Ballet 1. Tap skills will be refined to learn more complex coordination skills and routines. No Experience necessary. ■ BUDDING BALLET & TAP Ages 5-7 Budding ballerinas will be introduced to basic ballet steps starting at the barre and moving to the center. Dancers will learn basic tap skills and tap dance routines. Required: 1 year dance experience. Hard soled shoes can be worn for tap. ■ TUMBLING & JAZZ 1 Ages 8-11 Students will learn the basics of tumbling to develop the skills to do cartwheels, handstands, and forward and backward rolls. They will have fun learning basic jazz steps and jazz dance routines. When the student can perform these skills comfortably, they will be ready for Acro Dance Location Key ■ Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center

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Dance Academy • For Advanced Students

• September–June Program • $45 Registration/Recital Fee • Attends two or more classes a week • Monthly Payments due by the 1st of each month • Bank Draft Available • 2 recitals (Dec & June) • For more information, please contact Andy Moore at Amoore2@pwcgov.org

Monthly Year Round Program Some require pre-requisites

BRONZE 2 x/a week, $89/month, pick 2 Ballet 2

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Ballet 3/4

11-16 yrs

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Ballet 5/6

11-16 yrs

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ADDITIONAL CLASSES – NO RECITAL: ■ INTRO TO DANCE Ages 3-5 This class is for the pre-school age student to explore dance, creativity, and socialization. The class is perfect for boys and girls. They will learn how to use movement to tell a story, such as Peter Rabbit. In addition, they will learn large and small motor skills. Class ends with jazz moves & routines to fun, clean music. Sep 28-Oct 26 / 11:45a-12:30p Sep 29-Oct 27 / 12:10p-12:55p Nov 9-Dec 7 / 11:45a-12:30p Nov 10-Dec 8 / 12:10p-12:55p

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■ BEG TUMBLING & JAZZ Ages 4-7 This fun beginner class offers young children the experience of both jazz and tumbling. Basic tumbling skills such as forward rolls, backward rolls, and cartwheel prep will be introduced and developed to increase strength and flexibility. Students will develop coordination with basic fun jazz moves and learn a jazz routine. The jazz and tumbling complement each other. This class prepares the student for the next level up in jazz or tumbling. Oct 1-29 / 12:15p-1p Nov 12-Dec 10 / 12:15p-1p

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■ MOMMY, DADDY & ME Ages 18 Months-24 Months

ELITE 3 x/week, $122/month, pick 3 (Ballet selections=two classes) Ballet 2

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Ballet 3/4

11-16 yrs

Fri/ Sat

Fri 6-7:15p/ sat 9:30-10:45a

Ballet 5/6

11-16 yrs

Thurs/ Sat

Th 6-7:15p/ Sat 10:45-12n

Adv Ballet

12-18 yrs

Thurs/Sat

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Lyrical 2

11-14 yrs

Fri

Fri 7:15p-8:30p

Lyrical 3

13-18 yrs

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GOLD 4 x/week, $135 /month, pick 4 (Ballet selections=two classes) Ballet 2

10-16 yr

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Ballet 3/4

11-16 yrs

Fri/ Sat

Fri 6-7:15p/ sat 9:30-10:45a

Ballet 5/6

11-16 yrs

Thurs/ Sat

Th 6-7:15p/ Sat 10:45-12n

Adv Ballet

12-18 yrs

Thurs/Sat

Th 7:15-8:30p/ Sat 12n-1:30p

Lyrical 2

11-14 yrs

Fri

Fri 7:15p-8:30p

Lyrical 3

13-18 yrs

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A great way to bond with your little one. This interactive class will use music, props, and games to Move & Groove- for everyone! Have fun learning a story dance together. Sep 28-Oct 26 / 10:45a-11:30a Nov 9-Dec 7 / 10:45a-11:30a

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■ ADAPTIVE DANCE Ages 7-15 Dance is for everyone! Our adaptive dance will help develop communication skills through movement. This class will encourage selfexpression, creativity, and physical fitness. Class will start with easy dance moves that condition. Fun steps in the center will improve gross motor skills and coordination. Class finishes with a dance routine all can enjoy. Sep 28-Oct 26 / 6:15p-7p Nov 9-Dec 7 / 6:15p-7p

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■ TUTU TODDLER & TAP Ages 24 Months-3 Years 6 Months

Through creative movement, little dancers will develop motor skills, focus, and listening skills. They will dance out a story ballet. Dancers will enjoy tapping to popular music, learning rhythm skills. Hard soled shoes can be used instead of tap shoes. Sep 29-Oct 27 / 10:45a-11:35a Nov 10-Dec 8 / 10:45a-11:35a

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■ HIP HOP DANCE This fun and energetic class will start with the basics and move forward to more complex routines. Build stamina and strength to keep up with the stars.

■ TUTU TUMBLE & JAZZ Ages 24 Months-3 Years 6 Months Tiny dancers will use movement games to learn creative dance skills. They will develop motor skills and coordination as they twist, tumble, and groove to fun music. Oct 2-30 / 9:30a-10:20a Nov 13-Dec 11 / 9:30a-10:20a

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Sep 28-Oct 19/6:15p-7:15p T Ages 12-15 $90 304402 VB Location Key ■ Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center ■ Veterans Memorial Park & Community Center

Sunday September 12 12-4pm 

Enjoy live performances and exhibits by local artists and ensembles.

Participate in activities, demos, and workshops for all ages! Visit www.pwcartscouncil.org.

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BUNKER RENOVATION The Bunker Renovation Project at Forest Greens Golf Club is complete! Book your tee time and check out the new bunkers on the course.

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■ PEE WEE HOOPS

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■ SOCCER CLINIC

Ages 3-5

A basketball program devoted to enhancing the intellectual, social, physical, and emotional development while introducing the basics of basketball. The program is committed to providing children with a positive basketball experience while promoting a physically active lifestyle. Oct 27-Dec 8 / 6:30p-7:30p

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■ BASKETBALL CLINIC

A clinic built to teach the fundamentals of basketball. Our Instructors will guide young athletes through different drills geared to improve overall performance. Each session has been designed to engage your child in game-related situations and to progress toward scrimmages. Sep 14-Oct 19 6:30p-7:30p

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Nov 16-Dec 21 6:30p-7:30p

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This indoor class is great for kids who are just getting started, and is designed for children to begin learning the basics to the game. Instructors will help guide all children through different drills, games, and activities that will help develop ball control and passing skills. In each session children will progress towards game like situations. No class November 27. Sep 11-Oct 16 10a-10:55a

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Ages 4-6

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Sep 11-Oct 16 11a-11:55a

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Ages 7-10

$90

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Nov 6-Dec 18 10a-10:55a

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Ages 4-6

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■ ADVANCED SOCCER CLINIC Ages 10-15

■ BASKETBALL CLINIC

In this class your child will begin to learn the fundamentals of basketball. Our instructors will guide athletes through different drills that will be geared to improve ball handling, shooting, passing, defensive stance and more. Each session has been designed to engage your child in game like situations and progress towards scrimmages. No class Nov. 27. Sep 11-Oct 16 / 1p-1:55p Sep 11-Oct 16 / 2p-2:55p Sep 11-Oct 16 / 3p-3:55p Nov 6-Dec 18 / 1p-1:55p Nov 6-Dec 18 / 2p-2:55p Nov 6-Dec 18 / 3p-3:55p

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This program is designed to elevate the average soccer player’s game. The main focus points will be: Attacking, defending, passing, receiving and maintaining possession of the ball. No Class November 24. Sep 8-Oct 13 / 6p-7p Nov 3-Dec 15 / 6p-7p

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■ SPORTS SAMPLER Ages 2-4

This class is designed for parents to work alongside their little sportster and begin sampling a variety of sports. During this session parents and children will have the opportunity to play soccer, t-ball, track and field, hockey and more! Come prepared to play games and learn basic sports techniques in a fun environment with helpful instructors. No Class November 27. Sep 11-Oct 16 / 9:05a-9:55a Nov 6-Dec 18 / 9:05a-9:55a

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This class is designed for players with little to no experience in volleyball and will teach your player the fundamentals, including: court placement, player positioning, and boundaries. This clinic will introduce them to the basic skills of serving, passing, setting and hitting. Players will work through different drills geared to improve their volleyball skills and athleticism. Sep 15-Oct 20 / 6:30p-8p

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■ BEGINNER ARCHERY Ages 8-15

Learn the safe and effective way to handle and shoot recurve and compound bows, while understanding the differences between them. Training provided by National Archery Association certified instructors. Oct 16-Nov 6 / 12p-2p

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Looking for a great activity the whole family can learn and enjoy? Come out and enjoy learning Archery together. The program focuses on archery fundamentals. Each participant is taught range rules, bows, arrow safety and handling, correct form, and stance from our certified staff. Equipment is provided. Sign up will be for at least 2 family members and the fee will be $100 per 2 members. Sat

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■ LET’S GO SKATE! Ages 8-15

Are you a “goofy footer”?? Come skate with us and find out! These clinics at our state-of-the-art Scott D. Eagles Skatepark located in Veterans Memorial Park will provide teens with the opportunity to learn from some of our best local skaters. You will learn the fundamentals of skateboarding from experienced skateboard instructors. Sep 21-Oct 12 / 5p-7p Oct 16-Nov 6 / 10a-12p

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• $119 per player with the Master’s Mulligan Package Includes (2) Mulligans, (1) Power Drive on #10, (10) Raffle Tickets, and (1) Junior Shot on a par 3 • Junior Rate: $45 for kids 17 and under Online registration and payment required for participation Sponsorship packages available thru Oct. 1st

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Location: Forest Greens Golf Club 4500 Poa Annua Lane Triangle, VA 22172 Online Registration: www.forestgreens.com/events/forest-greens-golf-club-the-2021-first-tee-benefit-golf-tournament

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Sports Leagues

Please note league season(s) of play before calling. A: April-Aug. B: June-Aug. C: Aug.-Nov. D: Nov.-Mar.

RUGBY

• PW Youth Rugby Football Club (A,B) David Codd (703) 507-5502 Davidjcodd73@gmail.com www.pwyrugby.com

SOCCER Eastern/Mid-County Areas • Prince William Soccer (A,C) including adults Office Staff (703) 670-6061 www.pwsi.org • Woodbridge Soccer Club “Strikers” www.woodbridgesoccerclub.net

YOUTH PROGRAMS

County-Wide • Gainesville Hurricanes (D) C. Chipps (703) 731-6655 www.gainesvillehurricanes.org

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• Coles District Little League (A,C) Emma Caughlin president@coleslittleleague.com ColesLittleLeague.com • Dale City Little League (A,C) D. Arndt president@dalecitylittleleague.com DaleCityLittleLeague.com • Dumfries District Little League (A,C) Ashley Kopecky – President dtqllbaseball@gmail.com DTQLittleLeague@comcast.net • Woodbridge Little League (A,C) A. Day (571) 766-8732 www.wllva.org woodbridgellbb@gmail.com

County-Wide • Virginia Cannons (A,C) S. Jachimski (571) 294-1687 www.virginiacannons.com

Western County Areas • Brentsville District Youth Baseball (A,C) Glen Martin martin17@flash.net www.bdyb.org • Gainesville Haymarket Baseball League (A,C) B. Mace ghbl.registrar@gmail.com www.ghbl.orgBASKETBALL

Eastern/Mid-County Areas • Eastern PW Basketball Assoc. (D) D. Randolph www.epwba.org

Western County Areas • Gainesville Basketball Assoc. (D) www.gainesvillebasketball.org

• American Pride Youth Football (A,C) (including flag) parksandrec@apyfl.org www.apyfl.net • NV Select Spartans (A,C) (including flag) T. Dural (703) 586-9107 www.nvselectspartans.com • Dale City Sports Club (A,C) (including flag) N. Price (703) 670-6921 www.dalecitysportsclub.org

Western County Areas • Gainesville-Haymarket Youth Football (A,C) (including Flag) J. Fehrman www.grizzlyfootball.org • Manassas Youth Football (A,C) (including Flag) B. Edwards commissioner@myflsharks.org

LACROSSE Eastern/Mid-County Areas • Prince William Lacrosse Club (A) M. Huber commissioner@pwlacrosseclub. org www.pwlacrosseclub.org

Western County Areas • Gainesville Youth Lacrosse (A) J. Marsh (571) 364-2879 www.mbyl.org

• Northern VA Soccer Club (A,C) including adults Office Staff (703) 794-7672 info@novasc.org www.novasc.org

Western County Areas • Virginia Soccer Association (A,C) www.vsaonline.org

OTHER PARTNERS • Nokesville Horse Society, Inc. K. Boberek (571) 220-9234 Kari.Boberek@bt.com www.nokesvillehorsesociety.com • Northern Virginia BMX (A,C) F. Caceres (703) 674-9285 info@novabmx.org www.novabmx.org • • Rainbow Therapeutic Equestrian Center (703) 754-6159 rainbow@rainbowriding.org

SOFTBALL Eastern/Mid-County Areas • Prince William Girls Fastpitch Softball (A,C) Registrar (571) 262-1553 www.pwgfs.net www.pwgfs.com info@pwgfs.com • Prince William Lassie League Softball Girls Slow Pitch (A,C) B. Rutherford (703) 878-1225 pwlassieleague@comcast.net www.pwll.org

• Virginia Crushers Softball (A, C) http://www.vacrushers.org vacrusherssoftball@gmail.com

County-Wide • Shamrocks Fastpitch (A, C) Eric Jenkins (703)541-9596 Shamrocksfastpitchsoftball.com

Western County Areas • PWC Girls Softball Little League (A,C) president@pwcgsll.org www.pwcgsll.org

ADULT PROGRAMS BASEBALL County-Wide • Legends Baseball (A,C) R. Cortese (703) 255-5165 www.PlayLegendsBaseball.com

SOFTBALL Eastern/Mid-County Areas • Christian Fellowship Softball League (A) R. Alston (703) 508-0254 Ralston@pwccfsl.org • PWC Coed Softball (A,C) J. Jackson (703) 598-2494 www.epwcsoftball.org

County-Wide • Prince William County Adult Softball League (A,C) B.Terrant (703) 939-1145 PWCAdultSoftball@gmail.com • PWC Seniors’ Association (A,C) B. White (703) 791-3196 hamletrhw@aol.com

Western County Areas • Manassas Church Softball League (A,C) www.manassaschurchsoftball.org

VOLLEYBALL

• Manassas Volleyball League Adults (D) C. Hereford (703) 670-9363 (call 6-9p) samsmom@sprynet.com

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BATTLE OF BRISTOE STATION REAL-TIME WALKING TOUR All Ages ALL HALLOW’S EVE CANDLELIGHT TOURS AT BRENTSVILLE COURTHOUSE Ages 6+ Brentsville has a diverse and dramatic history as it served as the county seat for nearly 100 years. During this time, many strange and scary events have happened here, and many say that ghosts of long dead men and women still haunt the area. Come experience a spirited night as you explore the grounds by candlelight and hear tales of sadness and triumph at Brentsville. Reservations are recommended for space is limited. Oct 23 / 6:30p-7:30p Oct 23 / 7p-8p Oct 23 / 7:30p-8:30p Oct 23 / 8p-9p Oct 23 / 8:30p-9:30p

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Walk in the footsteps of the Battle of Bristoe Station’s participants on the battle’s anniversary. This walking tour will cover events as they transpired at Bristoe Station 158 years ago, the last major battle fought in Prince William County during the Civil War. Oct.14 / 5p-6:30p Th

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BEYOND BULL RUN: LESSER-KNOWN CIVIL WAR SITES IN WESTERN PRINCE WILLIAM BUS TOUR Ages 13+ Prince William County is well-known for playing host to major Civil War battles. However, the war was not limited to just these struggles. For Prince William, the fighting was never-ending, as Union and Confederate forces clashed for control of the county. Join us for a bus tour of lesser known Civil War sites and stories and learn about the people and events that history has forgotten. Advanced Registration is required and lunch is included.

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For the Battle of Bristoe Station Anniversary Weekend, tour the battlefield at night to see nearly 1,000 luminary candles for every soldier who died at Bristoe Station. Living history vignettes will be located across the battlefield and guided tours will lead visitors to meet the men and women who made history here. Corner of Iron Brigade Unit Ave. and Tenth Alabama Way, Bristow, VA 20136

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For hundreds of years, the Brentsville Public Lot has been a place of entertainment and festivities and we are continuing that tradition into today! Bring your chairs, kick up your heels, and enjoy some Bluegrass and comfort food at the historic centre! Before the concert starts, self-guided tours will be available. Food and beverage will be available for purchase on-site. Gates open at 4 pm and concert starts at 5pm. Pre-purchased tickets are recommended for space is limited. See www.pwcparks.org/bluegrass for details. Aug 14 / 4p-6:30p Sep 11 / 4p-6:30p Oct 9 / 4p-6:30p

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EARLY DAYS OF PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY All Ages Rippon Lodge, one of the area’s oldest homes, welcomes you to Early Days of Prince William County. Experience living history demonstrations and reenactors, from Colonial life and military encampments from various conflicts. Tour the lodge and encounter historic interpreters. Crafts, games, and more. Nov 6 / 11a-4p

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FALL CLASSIC: HISTORIC BASEBALL AT BEN LOMOND Ages 5+ Fall means baseball, and as America prepares to crown the next World Series champion, visit Ben Lomond Historic Site to learn about the origins of America’s pastime. Visitors can participate in 19th century baseball games, build their own 19th century baseball, visit with local baseball mascots, and enjoy lunch from a local food truck. Advanced registration is recommended to participate in one of the baseball games, which begin at 11 am and 2 pm. Oct 2 / 11a Oct 2 / 2p

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CHRISTIMAS IN A CIVIL WAR CAMP AT BRISTOE STATION All Ages The Civil War did not pause at Christmas time. There were still battles to be fought, though camp life consumed most of the soldiers’ time. Experience how soldiers spent the holidays away from their families. Living history demonstrations and a visit from Civil War Santa Claus will accompany each tour. Nineteenthcentury Christmas crafts will be available for children. Please come dressed for the weather. Dec 4 / 11a-12p Dec 4 / 1p-2p Dec 4 / 3p-4p

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FARMING THE FALL HARVEST BRENTSVILLE COURTHOUSE All Ages For the 2021 season there will be two kitchen gardens at Ben Lomond. Come help us harvest. Learn about the types of vegetables and plants that would be grown in each garden and harvested. Visitors can participate in cooking demonstrations in the historic slave quarters and prepare fall meals. Bring gloves and wear appropriate clothing and shoes. Yes, you will likely get dirty. Nov 6 / 11a-4p

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During the winter of 1861, Prince William County was home to nearly 70,000 soldiers who spent Christmas here instead of in their homes. Step back over 150 years to see how soldiers and civilians celebrated Christmas time during the Civil War. Walk through camps by candlelight and interact with soldiers to learn about Christmas customs of the past. Get your picture taken with a Civil War Santa and have some hot cider as you enjoy a musical performance by the Brentsville District High School Choir at 7p.m. After the concert join them outside around the campfire and sing along!

In the nearly 200-year history of the community of Brentsville, many cemeteries have sprung up in the area. Unfortunately, some of these burial grounds are now lost to history. However, others are still marked today. Join local historians for a special walking tour of historic Brentsville as we explore some of these little-known spots.

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Prince William County’s cemeteries are filled with the fallen veterans of many wars that county residents fought in. From the American Revolution to the World Wars to Korea and Vietnam, Prince William’s residents have paid the ultimate sacrifice at home and abroad. This tour will visit local cemeteries and share the stories of the county’s fallen war heroes. The registration fee includes transportation and lunch.

While the Battle of Bristoe Station was predominantly an infantry battle, cavalry played a major role in the days and weeks leading up to the battle. Award-winning historian Jeffrey Hunt, author of “Meade and Lee at Bristoe Station,” will share the tales of the mounted arm of the Union and Confederate armies in the summer and fall of 1863. Held at the Old Manassas Courthouse.

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History By Campfire CURIOUS TALES OF BEN LOMOND’S PAST All Ages Enjoy a warm campfire and roasted marshmallows at Ben Lomond Historic Site while you learn about the fun, sad, scary, strange, and true stories of nearly two centuries of Ben Lomond’s history. Sep 24 / 7:30p-9p

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RIPPON LODGE CAMPFIRE TALES Ages 10+ Come join us by campfire at Rippon Lodge for an evening about the Antarctic! Rear Admiral Richard B. Black of Rippon Lodge travelled to the continent at the bottom of the world five separate times between 1933 and 1965. Hear some tales of his and other’s experiences on the ice in much warmer surroundings. Content may not be suitable for children under 10. Nov 13 / 6:30p-8p

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Brentsville has a diverse and dramatic history as it served as the county seat for nearly 100 years. During this time, many strange and scary events have happened here, and many say that ghosts of long dead men and women still haunt the area. Join us for an exciting and eerie evening around the campfire to hear some of the ghost stories associated with the historic site.

Ben Lomond has a diverse and grim history from being a Civil War hospital to the home of countless slaves. Over the years, many local residents claimed to have seen ghosts and other spooky happenings at the site, claiming the site as haunted. Join us for an exciting and eerie evening around the campfire to hear some of the ghost stories associated with the historic site.

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Enjoy the ambiance of the season by viewing Holiday through the Ages tours at night. These special evening tours include festive and period lights inside the historic home and along the grounds. Walking in darkened areas and uneven surfaces. Wear appropriate footwear. Dec 3 / 6p-7p Dec 3 / 7p-8p Dec 4 / 6p-7p Dec 4 / 7p-8p Dec 10 / 6p-7p Dec 10 / 7p-8p Dec 11 / 6p-7p Dec 11 / 7p-8p Dec 17 / 6p-7p Dec 17 / 7p-8p Dec 18 / 6p-7p Dec 18 / 7p-8p

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HOLIDAYS THROUGH THE AGES Ages 18 Months+ Stroll through seasonal celebrations of the past at Rippon Lodge Historic Site. With interiors and exteriors richly decorated for the holidays, guests enjoy an in-depth exploration of seasonal festivities over the centuries. Advanced Reservations suggested and encouraged. No groups larger than 15 at a time. Dec 3 / 11a-12p Dec 3 / 1p-2p Dec 3 / 3p-4p Dec 4 / 11a-12p Dec 4 / 1p-2p Dec 4 / 3p-4p Dec 5 / 11a-12p Dec 5 / 1p-2p Dec 5 / 3p-4p Dec 6 / 11a-12p Dec 6 / 1p-2p Dec 6 / 3p-4p Dec 10 / 11a-12p Dec 10 / 1p-2p

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You better watch out! You better not cry! Santa Claus is visiting Rippon Lodge for one afternoon only! Be on your best behavior and keep your name on the “Nice” list. Parents will be given special “Things Santa Should Know” cards upon arrival. Bring your camera for pictures and dress appropriately for weather as some activities are outside. With large numbers of excited tots expected, we ask parents bring plenty of snacks and extra activities for young children. Dec 11 / 1p-2p Dec 11 / 2p-3p

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What could possibly go wrong during a 1930s radio broadcast? For one performance only, link to this virtual and nostalgic experience of a “live” radio broadcast of mystery, intrigue, and more. When Dessie Ellis finds out from a friend that a historic marker placed by the DAR has gone missing, the race is on to figure out the culprit and get it back! Was it a scheming scrap dealer, a prank gone awry, or something more threatening? Tune in to find out! Advanced registration required. Access to performance will be emailed once payment is received. FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY. THE SUBJECT MATTER IS NOT APPROPRIATE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. Oct 2 / 7p-8:30p

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THE ROAD TO VICTORY: THE MARCH THROUGH PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY All Ages Explore the whole story of the varied participants on the march to Yorktown and the lives impacted by their passing. Encounter distinct and different perspectives, often opposing, from the Revolutionary War by engaging with living history interpreters about the war, what soldiers and civilian’s lives were like, as well as how they went about their day! Tours of the historic lodge, crafts, games, hands-onhistory and more available for the whole family to enjoy. Tours limited to 15 people at a time. Sep 11 / 11a-3p

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Learn history along the Neabsco Creek Boardwalk. This history walk, “Humanity and the Environment in Neabsco Creek” explores how people affected this natural creek over the centuries. The group will meet at the Rippon Landing Parking Lot on Blackburn Road under the picnic shelter. Leashed pets are welcome to join. Not all parts of the hike are accessible for wheelchairs. Advanced registration is requested as space is limited. Sep 25 / 9a-10:30aSat

RIPPON LODGE RADIO MYSTERY HOUR! Ages 13+

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RIPPON LODGE THOUGH THE EYES OF ELLIS Ages 10+ Have a guided experience with Rippon Lodge’s Site Manager and author of the new book, “Memory of Time”, of the buildings and grounds using photographic images taken during the time of Wade and Dessie Ellis compared to present day. Guests receive a complimentary copy of the book. Walking on uneven surfaces indoors and outdoors; appropriate shoes suggested. Tours limited to 12 people. Advanced registration required. www.pwcparks.org/ historicprograms. Oct 23 / 11a-12:15p Oct 23 / 1p-2:15p

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WALKING TOUR OF HISTORIC PRINCE WILLIAM TOWNS: OCCOQUAN Ages 6+ Join local historians once a month this summer for a special walking tour of historic towns in Prince William County. For September, visit Historic Occoquan, a major industrial town of Prince William County in 1755 with “certain forges, tolling mills, bake houses, saw mills, store houses, and dwellings”. Tour will depart from the Mill House Museum located at 413 Mill St, Occoquan, VA 22125. Admission is free, donations are welcome. Call 703-365-7895 for more information. Sep 3 / 7p-8p

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WEDNESDAY WALK AT BRISTOE STATION BATTLEFIELD All Ages Join the staff and volunteers of Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park for monthly hikes to stretch your legs and exercise your minds. Topics, routes, and distances vary by month and will cover a wide variety of the history of Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park. Stay tuned to our website for more information. Sep 1 / 7p-8p Oct 6 / 7p-8p

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NEW PROGRAM ■ AQUABILITIES Ages 16+ This specialty class is designed expressly for those with ARTHRITIS and JOINT ISSUES or anyone who needs to move slower in the comfortability of a warm-water environment. Use the properties of water to increase range of motion, facilitate balance, and strengthen the body - Just what the doctor ordered. Guarantee your spot in this personal trainer-led, small group PERSONALIZED training class. No class on 9/5, 11/25, 11/28 or 12/26

FITNESS SERVICES ■ INTRODUCTORY GROUP FITNESS CLASSES Ages 14+

“How to pick the right class for you.” Picking the right fitness class for you is the first step, and it is one that requires the most thought. If you have never done a fitness class before, it can be a bit intimidating to start. Try these new introductory classes that we have gathered to get you started on your journey to health. Sep 16 / 6p-6:15p Sep 17 / 10a-10:15a Sep 28 / 6:45p-7p Oct 8 / 10:30a-10:45a Oct 12 / 5:15p-5:30p

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■ SHARRON BAUCOM DALE CITY RECREATION

CENTER NEW CLIENT PILATES REFORMER PACKAGE Ages 14+ Includes 3 Private Sessions & 2 Group Reformer Sessions • mix of private instruction and group reformer classes. • the very best and safety way to learn your way around the Pilates exercises and apparatus • earn considerations specific to your body that will help you move safely and effectively though your sessions and classes at the studio • how to modify for injuries or other physical conditions or which props or small equipment might make your practice more efficient *Sessions expires 30 Days from purchase. **Clients will be contacted by a Pilates Trainer to schedule private sessions. Once privates are completed, clients will be added to group sessions. Sep 1-Dec 31 / 8a-8p

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■ PILATES REFORMER Ages 14+

Experience the Pilates Reformer in a safe small group setting. This class is designed with your specific needs in mind. It will improve strength, coordination, flexibility, balance, and stability. The Pilates Reformer is a piece of equipment that provides resistance with a series of springs and ropes. The Reformer machine adjusts to suit your individual strength and flexibility. By adding props, you will enhance your workout experience. Space is limited to 3 students. This enables the instructor to correct and modify for all fitness levels. *These sessions are for current Pilates clients. If you are new to the Pilates Studio, we highly recommend registering for our New Client Pilates Package Sep 2-Oct 21 / 8:30a-9:25a Sep 2-Oct 21 / 6:30p-7:25p Sep 7-Oct 26 / 8:30a-9:25a Sep 11-Oct 30 / 9:30a-10:25a Sep 13-Oct 25 / 6:30p-7:25p

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YOUTH FITNESS

■ YOGA FOR A HEALTHY BACK

■ KIDS FOR KIDS TRIATHLON

Nov 13 / 2p-4:30p

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■S  EPTEMBER HARVEST FULL MOON YOGA PRACTICE ON BOARDWALK Ages 14+ September’s full moon is known as the Full Harvest Moon, as it is the full moon that is closest to the fall equinox. September’s full moon is so well-known for its luminosity and brilliance that certain Native American tribes even named it the Big Moon. The Full Harvest Moon holds major cultural significance in many different communities, who spend this full moon not just celebrating the fall harvest, but also the moon itself. Get ready to embrace Autumn with a Yoga practice on the Neasbsco Boardwalk South Deck .Bring mat, water, and a blanket. Wear appropriate clothing. In case of inclement weather, a class may be canceled. Sep 19 / 7p-8p Sep 20 / 7p-8p

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FITNESS SPECIAL EVENT Ages 14+ Today, more people seek yoga as a way to rid the body of pain or discomfort. Many doctors even “prescribe” yoga to their patients. But is all yoga beneficial to all students when it comes to back care? The truth is every “body” has its own set of unique needs. If you have back pain, or just want to know how to prevent it, this workshop is for you! We will have lecture and discussion time to review some of the common conditions which may be causing discomfort and how we can begin to practice yoga in a self-compassionate way, learning ways to work with those conditions to foster wellbeing. We will also journey through a yoga class designed to explore some of the poses we will learn about in our lecture/ discussion. Detailed instructions and modifications will be offered. NOTE: Please bring a blanket for comfort. Mats, blocks, and straps provided. If you have a diagnosed back condition, please check in with your health provider before starting any exercise program.

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Join us for the 7th Annual Kids for Kids Triathlon where kids swim, bike and run in this healthy community event, competing in 3 different age groups. Participants will receive an event t-shirt and post-event snacks will be provided. All abilities are welcome - For reasonable ADA accommodation, please call 703-367-9383. All profits will be donated to the Parks Foundation which awards scholarships to underprivileged youth to participate in PWC Parks, Recreation & Tourism programs. Ages 6-8: Swim 50 yds; Bike 1 mile; Run 0.6 miles Ages 9-10: Swim 100 yds; Bike 2 miles; Run 1 mile Ages 11-12: Swim 150 yds; Bike 3 miles; Run 1 mile Sep 19 / 7a-8a Sun Sep 19 / 7a-8a Sun Sep 19 / 7a-8a Sun

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■S  PORT CONDITIONING PROGRAM FOR YOUNG ATHLETES Ages 12-18

This strength and conditioning training will help young athletes improve cardiorespiratory endurance, agility, strength, game skills and self-confidence. This class is designed to prepare young athletes with a higher success for the upcoming sport season. Sep 12-Oct 31 / 11a-11:55a

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Outdoor Fitness Programs Want more information on Prince William County Parks, Recreation & Tourism’s Outdoor Fitness Programs or have a suggestion for a new outdoor fitness program, we would love to hear from you. Email us: cfermin@pwcgov.org 49 | Prince William County Parks, Recreation & Tourism | Register Online: www.pwcparks.org


■ TAI CHI Ages 16+

Promote strength, balance, flexibility and stress management for a healthier you for a lifetime. Explore its many benefits in a non-competitive and supportive atmosphere that is challenging and enjoyable. Beginners and all levels are welcome! No class on 9/16 , 11/25 or 12/30. Sep 2-30 / 3p-3:55p Oct 7-28 / 3p-3:55p Nov 4-18 / 3p-3:55p Dec 2-23 / 3p-3:55p

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■ NUTRITION AND YOGA FOR REVERSE AGING Ages 14+

Studies show that a consistent yoga practice can slow cellular aging, which delays our bodies’ aging process, and protect us from inflammatory diseases that often come with age. Discover how to face primary challenges on what to eat and how to practice yoga for reverse aging. Nutrition for reducing oxidative stress and poses to rejuvenate skin and reboot your confidence. Oct 2 / 2:30p-4p

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TRAINING PROGRAM This is a highly effective and comprehensive sport specific workout program designed to improve athletic performance. The program focuses on building stamina, strength, agility, balance, power, and flexibility to elevate overall results. The combination of state-of-the-art equipment, strength, plyometric and agility drills along with our elite trainers will empower participants in pursuit of their next level and best self. Sep 8-Nov 10 / 4:30p-5:25p

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■ THE SPICE OF LIFE Ages 14+

Back by popular demand!!! Spice up your life and learn with this lecture the benefits of using herbs and spices for prevention of diseases and maintain good health! Dec 4 / 2:30p-3:30p

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Location Key ■ Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center ■ Neabsco Regional Park Boardwalk ■ Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center

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For more information, please contact kdorman@pwcgov.org

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“EAR TO CANVAS”- THE POET SPEAKS, THE ARTIST CREATES

At Clearbrook Center For The Arts 2230 Tacketts Mill Dr B, Lake Ridge, VA 22192

Ages 8+ (For children and adults) An excitingly creative program led by Poet Laureate Kim B. Miller and Artist Kelly Haneklau. Poems to Canvas - The Poet Speaks, The Artist Creates. Learn the art of embracing the moment, while poetic words vividly unfold into visual art. Learn how to paint with words. Pre-registration is required. Oct 16 / 2p-4p Nov 7 / 2p-4p

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■ BABYSITTER TRAINING LEVEL 1 Ages 11-15

The American Red Cross helps to develop skills in six critical areas: Leadership, Safety, Safe Play, Basic Care, First Aid & Professionalism. Sep 25 / 9a-3:30p Oct 16 / 9a-3:30p Nov 20 / 9a-3:30p Dec 18 / 9a-3:30p

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■ BABYSITTER TRAINING LEVEL 2 Ages 11-15

Completion of Babysitting Training 1 is required. To earn the Child/ Infant CPR/First Aid Certificate you must successfully demonstrate all skills. Babysitter handbook required for this class. Oct 23 / 9a-3:30p

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Ages 6-9: Introduce your child to the wonderful world of programming! In this class, students will learn basic programming concepts using a simple drag-and-drop interface within the software Scratch, a project developed by the MIT Media Lab. Students will use their imaginations and implement creative thinking, while at the same time learning how to create and program simple games. Use pre-made art assets or create your own, and learn how to program them, to walk, talk, and interact with objects. Teach students logic and visual programming in order to create simple, 2D Video Game in Scratch 2. No class 11/26. 348001 VA Oct 29-Dec 10 / 5p-6p F $149 Ages 10-14: In this course students will learn basic programming and logic flow and learn how to apply those concepts to create games. Using Scratch, a scripting language developed by MIT to give kids an easy entry into coding, students will go through the iterative process of creating a program or game from idea to completion. Successful students in this class will have several completed 2D games they will be able to play and show off on most computers and will have mastered the skills they need to continue making games using scratch at home. No class 11/26. 348001 VB Oct 29-Dec 10 / 6:15p-7:15p F $149

■ CODING IN MINECRAFT Ages 10-14

Using a custom mod called “Computercraft”, students will learn how to program robots called “Turtles” inside the world of Minecraft. In this class, students will be introduced to LUA, a simple scripting language used to develop games such as Angry Birds, where they will learn how to programming if-thenelse statements, for-while loops, and implement their own functions. Kids will utilize problem-solving skills by learning how to program their robots to complete various tasks and objectives such as programming their turtles to automatically build, mine, and craft items and structures. Sep 17-Oct 22 / 6:15p-7:15p

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■ CODING IN MINECRAFT WITH LUA Ages 6-9

Using a custom mod called “Computercraft”, students will learn how to program robots called “Turtles” inside the world of Minecraft. Kids will utilize problem-solving skills by learning how to program their robots to complete various tasks and objectives such as programming their turtles to automatically build, mine, and craft items and structures. They will be introduced to programming if-then-else statements, for-while loops, and implement their own functions using Lua, a simple scripting language. Looking for a fun way to introduce your child to programming? Why not do it using a game they love! Sep 17-Oct 22 / 5p-6p

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Come explore Veterans Memorial Park with us and find that picture perfect spot to create your masterpiece! We will provide all the painting supplies you just bring your creative eye! Sep 23 / 5p-7p Oct 9 / 10a-12p

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■ SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKEUP Ages 8+

Special Effects Makeup – Just in time for Halloween (October program) Come see exactly how cuts, bruises, scars, and all sorts of Special Effects are done for movies and television. A fun and realistic time with a theatrical and Effects a local makeup artist. Purchase of personal makeup kit is in the cost of program. Oct 16 / 10a-12p Sat Oct 23 / 1p-3p Sat Oct 30 / 10a-12p (This section at Sat Veterans Community Center)

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The most fun you will ever have while creating a masterpiece for your wall. Abstract art takes on a new meaning in this exciting program. Come aim shoot and create your very own abstract work of art. Adults and kids alike will enjoy this creative explosion. Program for both kids and adults. Pre-registration required price includes supplies. Nov 6 / 1p-3p Sat Nov 20 / 10a-12p Sat Dec 4 / 1p-3p Sat At Veterans Community Center Location Key ■ Chinn Aquatics & Fitness Center ■ Pat White Center at Ben Lomond ■ Veterans Memorial Park & Community Center

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Explore Your Prince William County Parks Welcome to Prince William County Parks! 22

24 of our 50+ parks are listed here, with details of amenities, and locations within the county.

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Please help keep our parks safe and clean for everyone by following these park rules: Parks open at sunrise and close at sunset, weather permitting.  Pets are welcome, but please keep them on a leash and clean up after them.

For more information about Prince William County Parks, visit pwcparks.org or call (703) 792-7060.

Possession of alchoholic beverages is prohibited. Pavilions are available on a first-come-first-served basis, unless they are rented (call to rent a pavilion). Vehicle parking is at owner’s risk. Park only in designated spaces.

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Tennis

Boardwalk/Wetlands

Fishing

Mini-Golf

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Volleyball

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George Hellwig Memorial Park

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Marumsco Acre Lake Park

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Silver Lake Regional Park

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Anne Moncure Wall Park

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James S. Long Regional Park

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Neabsco Regional Park

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Valley View Park

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Ben Lomond Regional Park

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Nokesville Park

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Occoquan Park

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Rosemont Lewis Park

5301 Dale Boulevard, Dale City, VA 22193 219 acres | 3.4 miles natural trails, 0.8 miles stonedust

4450 Waterway Drive, Dumfries, VA 22026 13 acres | 0.27 mile asphalt trails

7500 Ben Lomond Drive, Manassas, VA 20109 240 acres | 1.4 miles natural trails, 1 mile stonedust

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Broad Run Linear Park

14420 Bristow Road, Manassas, VA 20112 132 acres | 1.06 miles stonedust trails

4603 James Madison Highway, Haymarket, VA 20169 229 acres | 4.6 miles natural trails

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Cloverdale Park

13499 Hillendale Drive, Dale City, VA 22193 21 acres | .13 miles asphalt trails

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Dove’s Landing Park

15150 Cloverdale Road, Dale City, VA 22193 30 acres | 0.19 mile natural trails

9305 Doves Lane, Manassas, VA 20112 234 acres | 2.04 mile natural trails

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12560 Aden Road, Novesville, VA 20181 97 acres | 1.91 miles natural trails

16198 Silver Lake Road, Haymarket, VA 20169 231 acres | 4.29 miles natural trails

11930 Valley View Drive, Nokesville, VA 20181 125 acres | 2.24 miles natural trails

14300 Veterans Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22191 107 acres | .7 miles natural trails

Joseph D. Reading Park

8460 Maplewood Drive, Manassas, VA 20111 27 acres | .44 miles natural trails

12701 Popular Lane, Woodbridge, VA 22125 .67 acre | No trails

Lake Ridge Marina & Golf Course

12350 Cotton Mill Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22192 75 acres | 1.77 miles natural trails

17301 River Ridge Boulevard, Dumfries, VA 22026 6 acres | 0.22 mile asphalt trails

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15125 Blackburn Road, Woodbridge, VA 304 acres | 2.3 miles natural trails, 1.3 miles asphalt trails, .75 mile boardwalk

John D. Jenkins Park

12051 Tygart Lake Drive, Bristow, VA 20136 184 acres | 4.74 miles natural trails, 0.9 mile stonedust

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14398 Melvourne Avenue, Woodbridge, VA 22191 16 acres | .35 miles asphalt trails

Lancaster Park

13800 Pop Moubry Place, Woodbridge, VA 22191 21 acres | No trails

16710 Radcliffe Lane, Woodbridge, VA 22191 104 acres | .88 miles natural trails & some boardwalk

13529 Fitzhugh Lane, Woodbridge, VA 22191 1.7 acres | No trails

Locust Shade Park

4701 Locust Shade Drive, Triangle, VA 22172 295 acres | 4.28 miles natural trails, .82 mile stonedust

1100 Crestwood Drive, Manassas, VA 20109 22 acres | .32 miles natural trails, .19 mile stonedust

NEW!

Adopt-a-Park Prince William County Parks, Recreation and Tourism is proud to introduce a new Adopt-a-Park Program! Email jlafleur@pwcgov.org for more information.


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