Print and present this coupon when purchasing day-of carnival tickets at the Fairfax County 4-H Fair & Carnival July 30-August 2.
From showcases like Big Truck Night, to competitions like the Tractor Pull or the 4-H Animal Shows, plan your trip to the Fairfax County 4-H Fair & Carnival with this great resource of free & cheap activities happening July 30 – August 2 at Frying Pan Farm Park.
67th Annual Fairfax County 4-H Fair and Carnival Old-fashioned country fun with carnival games, rides, animal shows, 4H exhibits, live entertainment, fair food and more! Enjoy a free concert (Thurs), see the Big Truck show (Fri), watch the Tractor Pull (Sat), see the 4H exhibits, animal shows, and entertainment (Sat & Sun), or ride the . . . → Read More: 67th Annual Fairfax County 4-H Fair & Carnival
Camp Categories include: Animals & Farm, Adventure, Little Campers (Ages 3-5), Sewing, Music & Arts, Science, Technology, and Chess. Camps fill up quickly – waitlists are available. Camp extended care available for ages 5-15.
Please join the Founders, Benefactors, Supervisors, and Friends of Frying Pan Farm Park to honor Ben Peck and his lifetime of service to our beloved farm park. The memorial bench dedication will be at 2pm on May 9th by the Visitor’s Center. Light refreshments to follow.
Sunday, April 26, 2015 Time: 1:00 – 3:00 PM join at the Frying Pan Meeting House 2615 Centreville Road Herndon, VA 20171 for a special history-focused program. Featured guests include Pamunkey Indian Tribe, Pamunkey Indian Museum and Cultural Center, Company H, 4th Virginia Cavalry, John McCaskill from History Live, and Kyle Wichtendahl from National Museum . . . → Read More: These Walls are Talking – 2015 Meeting House Event
Volunteers needed Sunday, April 19 from 1–4pm. Work in a beautiful park setting on a great group or family project – from cleaning up the grounds, gardens and trails to painting fences. Also a great way to earn service hours for school or scouts.
Give your kids an adventure this spring break with spring break camps at Frying Pan Farm Park. Choose from week-long or one day camps for kids 5-14 years.
Tired of being cooped up all winter? Register for spring classes at Frying Pan Farm Park. Registration starts Feb 3rd – most classes begin late March or early April.
Watch sheep shearing and antique farm equipment demonstrations. Participate in hands-on farm activities such as cow and goat milking. Enjoy crafts, games, puppet shows and get an up-close introduction to the baby farm animals. Walk-ins welcome $8 at the door.