I have to admit that it’s Monday morning and I’m writing this. I’ve started about 20 times and for whatever reason I just can’t finish, so hopefully it’ll happen right now, since it’s already “the week”.
Still previewing Tuesday-Sunday….maybe 6 outta 7 ain’t bad will be the new PwcMoms motto 😉
Register in Advance For:
Let’s Paint at SBDCRC on Thursday: Let’s Paint (Ages 3-5) Code 310121
Let your child’s inner Picasso come out as they paint using a variety of tools to create several of their very own masterpieces. $15, register in advance. SBDCRC September 26th at 9:45am
Lowes Build and Grow this weekend.
Mark your calendar now- Hylton HS’s planetarium has public shows coming up this fall and they sell out FAST. Tickets go on sale October 1st and are first-come-first-served.
If you like pilates- FREE Pilates Studio Open House (Ages 13+) Code 318305
Join us in this free pilates orientation on the equipment and expose yourself to a new formula of keeping your body in ultimate shape and balance. Pre-registration is required. SBDCRC October 2nd 11a-1pm or 7pm-8pm
RSVP for an October 10th Mommy Meetup. Calling all moms! Leesylvania State Park invites you to take a break from your busy schedule to enjoy refreshments and socializing. Our monthly meet-ups will also feature different activities for you to try while relaxing.
Let nature ignite your imagination! We’ll introduce you to a new way to interact with nature by making fairy houses out of natural materials. Can you find the fairies in the forest?
For more information email Genevieve.White@dcr.virginia.gov or call 703-583-6904.
Monday, September 23
It’s Homeschool Day at the National Museum of the Marine Corps from 10am-2pm.
This evening, find out about the Dale City Track Team for your child. They submitted the event twice, once at 6:30pm and once at 7pm, but their facebook page says 6:30. Potomac Library is hosting this event.
Tuesday, September 24
Lake Ridge Nursery’s Pumpkin Patch is now open, and it’s cheaper to go on a weekday. Pumpkin Patch opens on Sept the 20th we are open daily 9am to 8pm. Fun activities for all ages. Zip Line, Rope Swing, Slide, Racing Toilets, Moon Bounces, Wooden Jungle Gyms, Moon Bounce obstacle courses…and much more.. $12/child weekdays, adults free. Last admission 7pm.
From 7pm-9pm, The ARC of Prince William County facilitates an Autism Parent Support Group that meets the 4th Tuesday of each month. This parent-run group offers support, education, and social opportunities for families who have children (of any age) on the Autism spectrum. Child care is available. Call 703-730-3124 or email email@example.com for more information.
Wednesday, September 25
It’s the very LAST Free Kids’ Concert at Stonebridge, and Rocknocerous will be taking it home. 10am.
From 10-11:30, get your preschooler outside at Lake Ridge Park! Wednesdays in the Park (Preschool) Code 309100 Bring your pre-schooler out for an adventure in the park. You may register for one or all of the programs. Parent participation is encouraged but not required. $10 This week’s theme is soccer and mini golf.
Thursday, September 26
From 10:30-11, celebrate Johnny Appleseed Day at Lake Ridge Neighborhood Library with a special storytime.
Want to have some fun at home? Check out our Johnny Appleseed Pinterest Board.
Friday, September 27
Go “Splash N Tot” at SBDCRC from 11-12:30 or at Chinn from 12-1:30. Parents are free with paid child admission.
Our Friday night has Parent’s Night Out at Kids N Motion, Vertical Rock, Dumfries Youth Center, The House, and Ninth Dragon Martial Arts, but you’ll want to call one of them NOW to reserve your spot!
Saturday, September 28
From 9am-6pm Great Country Farms will have their Pumpkin Festival. This is a drive, but it’s a fun farm. Check out our review here.
The Prince William Farm Tour is my favorite. Alpacas. Seriously. Guys, these things say “meep” like the roadrunner and they hug you with their furry necks, and they are amazing. I want two, but we live in a townhouse and we don’t have the yard for that kind of thing. 10-4.
From 4-6pm, The Marketplace at Madison Crescent will have their first Fall Concert with “Burgers”. Fun outdoor event for the whole family! PS- we love them because they sponsor our calendar!
Sunday, September 29
From 12-5, check out the Manassas Latino Festival- Embrace, learn and enjoy the many cultures of our local Latino community! A variety of live entertainment will be performing, several different menus will be available for sale and for the children there will be games, a clown show and a pinata!!
I repeat: The Prince William Farm Tour is
my favorite. Alpacas. Seriously. Guys, these things say “meep” like
the roadrunner and they hug you with their furry necks, and they are
amazing. I want two, but we live in a townhouse and we don’t have the yard for that kind of thing. 12-4. I could change what I wrote, but I really love alpacas. Remember Kristen Bell on Ellen with the sloths? That’s me with Alpacas.