Fairfax County Park Authority’s Snow Day Camps


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Great news for families who find themselves in a bind during extended school closures due to weather this year — when the snow and ice begin to fall, and schools begin to close, parents can take advantage of the Fairfax County Park Authority’s (FCPA) brand new Snow Day Camps! School-age children will be welcome to attend these camps, which will be offered at Audrey Moore, Lee District, Spring Hill and Oak Marr RECenters, when schools are closed for two or more days from November 1 to March 31, 2017. Camps will begin on the second consecutive all-day school closing and will run from 9 am to 5 pm each day. Each camp will include games, sports, arts and crafts, and activities geared towards children 6- to 10-years-old.

Run by trained leaders, the cost of each camp is $65 per day, per child and families can begin to sign up via registration links as soon as operation decisions are made by the county. Interested families should sign up to receive advance email notifications to ensure that they can take advantage of this offering as space is very limited.

For more information, and to sign up for future notifications, please click here. For more information on the Fairfax County Park Authority, connect: Online | Facebook | (703) 324-8702.


Disclaimer/Terms: This opportunity is subject to last minute cancellations and changes that might not be reflected in this DullesMoms.com post. Please, always confirm by calling/clicking.


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