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Seasonal

Program

Guide

www.yorkcounty.gov/parksandrec


York County Parks,

Recreation and Tourism

(PRT)

100 County Drive, Yorktown, 23692

757-890-3500

TDD: 757-890-3300

Hours: Monday-Friday,

8:15 am - 5 pm

Closed Government Holidays

Website:

www.yorkcounty.gov/parksandrec

Email:

parksandrec@yorkcounty.gov

Locations of Parks and

Activities

BACK CREEK PARK

3000 Goodwin Neck Road, 23692

CHISMAN CREEK PARK

1314 Wolftrap Road, 23692

COVENTRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

200 Owen Davis Blvd., 23693

DARE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

300 Dare Road, 23692

GRAFTON BETHEL ELEM. SCHOOL

410 Lakeside Drive, 23692

KILN CREEK PARK

2901 Kiln Creek Pkwy, 23693

MT. VERNON ELEM. SCHOOL

310 Mt. Vernon Drive, 23693

NEW QUARTER PARK

1000 Lakeshead Drive, Wmsbg, 23185

SEAFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

1105 Seaford Road, 23696

SENIOR CENTER OF YORK

5314 Geo. Wash. Hwy., 23692

TABB ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

3711 Big Bethel Rd., 23693

TABB LIBRARY

100 Long Green Blvd., 23693

WOLF TRAP PARK

1009 Wolftrap Road, 23692

MCREYNOLDS ATHLETIC COMPLEX

412 Sports Way, 23692

YORKTOWN ELEM. SCHOOL

131 Seige Lane, 23692

YORKTOWN WATERFRONT

425 Water Street, 23690

Coming in our next issue!

• Sports Camps

• Summer Fun Camp

• Special Recreation

• Safety Town

Registration for

Summer Fun starts

• Adult Fitness

February 22!!

• Youth & Adult Tennis

• New Quarter Park Activities

• Outdoor Concerts, Special Events

and much more....

REGISTRATION FOR ALL OTHER SUMMER CAMPS STARTS APRIL 18.

Accessibility

York County Parks, Recreation and Tourism makes every effort to comply with the Americans

with Disabilities Act, Public Law 101-336. Reasonable accommodations will be made on an

individual basis. Requests for accommodations should be made a minimum of two weeks

in advance of the program and directed to the Parks, Recreation and Tourism Office at

757‐890-3500.

Adverse Weather Policies

If York County Public Schools are closed, or close early because of inclement weather, all

Parks, Recreation and Tourism programs that are held inside of schools are also cancelled.

Photos

Parks, Recreation and Tourism takes photos and video of participants enrolled in our

programs, classes, at our parks and facilities, and at special events. These materials may

be used in public media (print and online newspapers, television and radio broadcoast, etc.)

and official York County publicity (including York County Government and School cable

channels, internet Web sites, press releases, social media postings, YouTube, publications,

fliers, displays, and presentations).

Want to receive program updates? Just send us your email!

Periodic program updates and news items will be emailed to anyone signing up for this

service. Please email your name and email address to: parksandred@yorkcounty.gov

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Adult & Youth Tennis

890-3850

Adult Softball

890-3852

New Quarter Park

890-5840

Senior Center of York

890-3516

Skate, Rattle & Roll

890-3519

Yorktown Special Events

890-3520

Youth Sports

890-3501

In This Issue

3 Registration Information

4 Park Information

5 Roller Skating

6-7 Adult Fitness

Instructional Classes

8 McReynolds Athletic Complex

9 2016 Youth Spring Soccer

2016 Adult Spring Softball

10 Summer Fun

11-12 New Quarter Park

13 Youth Tennis

14 Adult Tennis

15 Outstanding Youth Awards

and 2016-17 Youth Commission

16 Senior Center of York

17-20 Yorktown Concerts & Events

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION

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To Register Online - You may register online

at http://recreation.yorkcounty.gov. If you do not know

or have your username and password, contact PRT at

757-890-3500 or email at parksandrec@yorkcounty.gov.

PRT REGISTRATION FORM

ONE FORM PER PERSON - PLEASE PRINT

To Register by Mail

1. Complete registration form by providing all requested

information.

2. Attach check or money order for correct amount

(please do not send cash). Please indicate class name

on memo line. Checks or money orders should be made

payable to “Treasurer, County of York.” Mail registrations

to: York County Parks, Recreation & Tourism, P.O. Box

532, Yorktown, Virginia 23690

For programs with limited enrollment, mailed registrations

received before the beginning of the registration period

will be processed at random, as time permits, after

registration begins.

To Register in Person

1. The Division of Parks, Recreation & Tourism office

is located in the County Operations Center complex

at 100 County Drive, off of Goodwin Neck Road.

Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:15 am

to 5:00 pm. Please call 757-890-3500 for complete

directions and information on extended registration

dates and times.

2. Complete the registration form and make payment.

We accept exact cash, check, money order or

MC/VS/DS credit cards.

Additional Forms are available from the

Parks, Recreation and Tourism website at:

www.yorkcounty.gov/parksandrec

Refund Policy - Full refunds are made

only when classes are filled or cancelled, or when

changes in day, time, or location of the program would

prohibit registrant’s attendance. Requests for refunds

under special circumstances will be considered on an

individual basis and must be made in writing. A $5.00

processing charge will apply to all refunds granted by

special request. NOTE: Refunds will not be given

for youth sports programs after the second game has

been played nor for programs that have registration

limits once that program has started.

Returned Checks - The County requires

a $35 charge for returned checks.

General Information - Registration is

required for ALL classes and programs. All programs

are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

Participants will be notified only if programs are

cancelled. In the event a class is filled, a refund will

be issued.

“Register by” deadlines noted for activities indicate

the date by which minimum program registration must

be met to avoid program cancellation. If maximum

registration has been reached prior to the deadline, a

waiting list will be formed. You may register for more

than one activity per registration form. We will accept

one check per family.

Please Note: Due to the volume of registrations for youth

team sports, carpool and/or coach requests will not be

considered.

Participant’s Name:

Gender: M F Grade: Age: Date of Birth:

Parent/Guardian: (if under 18)

Address:

City/State/Zip:

Home: # Work: # Cell: #

Emergency Contact Name: Emerg. Contact #:

Email:

Does the above participant have any special conditions that the Division of

Parks and Recreation should be aware of?

ACTIVITY # CLASS TITLE DAY/TIME FEE

REGISTRATION POLICIES & CONSENT (SIGNATURE REQUIRED)

Important: Read the following carefully before signing below. As a registered participant OR a parent or legal

guardian of a registered participant in any activity sponsored by York County Parks, Recreation & Tourism, I acknowledge

and consent to the program policies listed here as indicated by my signature below:

Acknowledgement and Assumption of all Inherent Risk: I recognize and acknowledge that there exist

certain inherent risks of physical injury and I agree to assume the full risk of any injuries, including death, damages or

loss which I and/or the listed dependent(s) registered here may sustain as a result of, or in any way connected with

participating in any and all registered activities on this Registration Form.

Indemnity: I hereby do fully release, absolve, indemnify, and hold harmless the County of York, Virginia, its Officers,

Agents, Employees and Volunteers from and against any, and all, liability which I and/or a listed dependent on this

Form may suffer as well as from any claims from injury, including death, damages or loss which I and/or any registered

dependent(s) on this Form may have or incur as a registered participant in an activity sponsored by York County Parks,

Recreation and Tourism.

Medical Care: I authorize the County of York, Virginia, its Officers, Agents, Employees and Volunteers, at any such

person’s discretion to administer emergency first aid treatment and at my expense to obtain the services of a physician(s)

and or rescue squad and authorize the same to effect such treatment of the registrant(s) as they deem advisable. I also

assume responsibility for carrying appropriate medical plans including hospitalization.

Authorized Media Release: I understand that the registered individual(s) on this form may be photographed

and/or videotaped for promotional purposes and give my permission for these photos to be used in public media

(print and online newspapers, television and radio broadcoast, etc.) and official York County publicity (including York

County Government and School cable channels, internet Web sites, press releases, social media postings, YouTube,

publications, fliers, displays, and presentations).

x SIGNATURE OF ADULT PARTICIPANT OR PARENT/GUARDIAN

YOUTH ATHLETICS ONLY (Please fill out for youth soccer or basketball)

School:

Height: (basketball only)

Has student ever repeated a grade? yes no

If not enough girls signed up for soccer, I will play coed: yes no

If “no” a refund will be issued.

EXPERIENCE

Recreation

School

Select/AAU

T-SHIRT SIZE

Youth MED Adult MED

Youth LRG Adult LRG

Adult SM Adult XLRG

TENNIS PROGRAMS ONLY Do you need a racket? yes no

Register for classes, sports and

programs in the comfort of your

home.

Call York County Parks, Recreation, &

Tourism at 757-890-3500 to obtain your

username and password!

DATE

HELP

Coach

Asst. Coach


Come out and visit

one of your beautiful

York County parks!

BCP BOAT LANDING

BCP TENNIS

CBP

MCREYNOLDS ATHLETIC COMPLEX

(MAC)

NQP

YORKTOWN WATERFRONT

YORK COUNTY PARKS & FACILITIES

Special hours listed for selected parks. All parks subject to closure for

inclement weather, field conditions and holidays.

Back Creek Park

This 27-acre park located at 3000 Goodwin Neck Road offers a free boat launching

facility, a picnic area, restrooms, and six lighted tennis courts. Fees are charged for

tennis play. Tennis leagues, lessons, and tournaments are also available. The park is

closed through March 27. However, tennis courts are still available for free play by

calling PRT at 757-890-3500 to obtain gate lock combinations. For operational hours

beginning March 28 see page 13.

Boat Landings

The County has public boat launching facilities located at Back Creek Park in Dandy, Old

Wormley Creek Landing near Marlbank, and the Rodgers A. Smith Boat Landing in Tabb.

Charles Brown Park

This 10-acre facility, located on Route 238 in Lackey, is home to the Park’s Community

Services Center. This facility is available for reservation and includes a large meeting

room and kitchenette equipped with a refrigerator, sink, and microwaves. The park also

features a new playground area, basketball courts and a baseball field.

Chisman Creek Park

This 13-acre reclaimed fly ash site features two-lighted softball fields and restrooms. It is

primarily used for the County’s adult softball program in the spring, summer and fall. The

park is currently open daily from 8 am - 5 pm through March 31. From April 1 - August

31, it will be open from 8 am - 8 pm.

Kiln Creek Park

This 21-acre park features soccer, baseball and youth softball fields, 2 basketball goals,

a playground area, picnic shelters, and a restroom building. This site is located in the

Kiln Creek subdivision.

McReynolds Athletic Complex (MAC)

The MAC is a 70‐acre park with 13 lighted athletic fields available to rent for games,

tournaments, and camps. Park amenities include 31 picnic shelters, 2 playground areas,

3 concession stands, a 1.8 mile multipurpose path and much more! For more information,

visit www.yorkcounty.gov/parksandrec or call Amy Rowley, Facilities Coordinator, at 757-

890-3511. The park is currently open daily from 8 am - 5 pm through February 29. (See

page 8) Beginning March 1, it will be open from 8 am - 8 pm thru October 31.

New Quarter Park

Located close to historic Williamsburg, this 545-acre park offers a wide variety of

recreational activities and special programs for individuals, families and groups

thoughtout the year. Amenities include miles of hiking and mountain bike trails, a

campfire circle, 4 picnic shelters for group rental, 11 other smaller shelters, 18-hole

championship disc golf course, playgrounds, restroom facilities, softball field, basketball

court, sand volleyball, and much more! Fishing is available from a floating pier and easy

access for kayaking and canoeing is available from a scenic launch site. See pages

11-12 for park programs and hours.

Wolf Trap Park

This 28-acre reclaimed fly ash site features 4 soccer fields and restrooms. The park is

used to support the County’s soccer program and is the host site for select soccer and

adult league matches. The park is currently open daily from 8 am - 5 pm through March

31. From April 1 - August 31, it will be open from 8 am - 8 pm.

Yorktown Waterfront & Riverwalk Landing

Located in historic Yorktown, this area includes the Riverwalk Landing with its shops

and boat piers, as well as a beautiful beachfront with public restrooms, a large grassy

picnic area with parking, and an adjacent wooden fishing pier where no fishing license

is required!

The public piers, Dockmaster’s Office and adjacent restroom building at Yorktown’s

Riverwalk Landing are closed and not staffed through March 31. Dockage will still be

available though all water and utilities will be shut off. Please contact the Dockmaster at

757-890-3370 with any questions or reservation requests during this time period. From

April 1 - October 31, the office will be open on Sun-Thurs from 10 am - 6 pm and on

Fri-Sat from 10 am - 9 pm.

The Beach Picnic area is closed to all vehicular traffic until March 31 and the restrooms

will be closed during this time as well. However, pedestrians and bicycle riders may

continue to enjoy the park until dusk each day. From April 1 - October 31, this area will

be open to vehicular traffic daily from dawn to dusk.

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Skate, Rattle & Roll

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FRIDAYS

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Family & Elementary School (K-5 th )

9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Middle School (6 th -8 th )

ADMISSION

$5.00/Session (includes skates)

$3.00/Rollerblade Rental

Concessions Available

SCHEDULE CHANGES:

March 11 - No Middle School Session

(Middle School Dare Fest Event at THS)

April 8 - CLOSED (Spring Break)

June 17 & 24: 6:30 - 9:00 pm

for Family/Elem. Only

June 24 - Last session for the season

HAVE A GREAT SUMMER AND

SEE YOU IN THE FALL!!

For questions,

concerns, or to

book a private party

call 890-3500.

Dare Elementary

School Gym

300 Dare Road, Grafton, 23692

SPECIAL EVENTS!

March 18 th

“ST. PATRICK’S DAY”

GLOW SKATE

April 1 st

“SPRING BREAK

HAWAIIN LUAU NIGHT”

GLOW SKATE

May 13 th

GLOW SKATE

June 10 th

“SUMMER BEACH PARTY”

GLOW SKATE

Pizza &

Games!

Sponsored by York County Parks,

Recreation and Tourism (PRT)


INSTRUCTIONAL CLASSES Adult Fitness 6

CARDIO COMBO

This high-energy workout incorporates 15 minutes of step,

15 minutes hi/low, and 30 minutes of toning with weights,

bands and bars.

Location: Grafton Bethel Elem. School Gym

Instructor: S. Moore

Activity # Ages Day Time Date Fee NR Fee

422010C1 Adult W 6:00-7:00pm 4/13-6/22 $35 $45

HI/LO COMBO

This class incorporates high and low intensity workouts

using “Exer-tubes,” “Dyna-bands,” and hand weights to work

on strengthening, toning, and sculpting the body.

Location: Grafton Bethel Elem. School Gym

Instructor: S. Moore

Activity # Ages Day Time Date Fee NR Fee

422010A1 Adult M 6:00-7:00pm 4/11-6/20 $35 $45

STRENGTH TRAINING

A head to toe strength and fitness class using weights,

body bars and bands for a full body workout.

Location: Grafton Bethel Elem. School Gym

Instructor: S. Moore

Activity # Ages Day Time Date Fee NR Fee

422010D8 Adult Th 5:30-6:30pm 4/14-6/23 $35 $45

422010F2 Adult Sa 10:00-11:00am 4/16-6/25 $35 $45

ZUMBA

A blend of Latin and international music to create a fun

and effective cardio workout. This class is designed to

utilize an interval format, combining various rhythms with

movements that tone and sculpt the body.

Location: Grafton Bethel Elem. School Gym

Instructor: P Montalvo

Activity # Ages Day Time Date Fee NR Fee

422010D4 Adult Th 6:30-7:30pm 4/14-6/23 $35 $45

YOGA

A contemporary approach to yoga for people who are

looking for a non-threatening introduction to this ancient

health practice. Each class is taught with modifications for

different flexibility and fitness levels.

Location: Grafton Bethel Elem. School Gym

Instructor: S. Moore

Activity # Ages Day Time Date Fee NR Fee

422010A2 Adult M 7:00-8:00pm 4/11-6/20 $35 $45

422010C2 Adult W 7:00-8:00pm 4/13-6/22 $35 $45

YOGA-TAI CHI FUSION

Combining Yoga and Tai Chi together makes a great

complimentary pair with gentle and rhythmic body

movements. The two ancient arts can help bring overall

wellness with health benefits such as arthritis relief,

decreased stress and improved flexibility. This class will

help you feel more balanced, energized and refreshed.

Open to all levels.

Location: Seaford Elem. Dance Room

Instructor: N. Geary

Activity # Ages Day Time Date Fee NR Fee

422010D5 Adult Th 6:00-7:00pm 4/14-6/23 $35 $45

REGISTRATION

Registration for adult fitness classes begins

February 22 for county residents and February

29 for non‐county residents except where noted.

All classes require an additional $10 charge

for non-county residents. Note: Fitness class

registrants should consult a physician before

participation. Classes are held at Grafton Bethel

Elementary School Gym, 410 Lakeside Drive,

Grafton, 23692 and Seaford Elementary School

Danceroom, 1105 Seaford Road, 23696.

Classes must meet minimum enrollment. If a class

is cancelled, registrants will be notified and given

the option of receiving a full refund or signing up

for another class.

Classes start week of April 11

(11 Weeks)

No Classes May 28 & May 30

YOUTH FITNESS

IDDY BIDDY SOCCER

This class gives your young child the perfect

opportunity to have FUN with soccer! They

will learn fundamental skills such as ball

control, passing, dribbling and shooting.

Limited space available. 5 weeks

Location:

Instructor:

Dare Elementary Gym

B. Hyman

Activity # Ages Day Time Date Fee NR Fee

419040F1 3-5 Sa 9:00-9:45am 4/16-5/14 $40 $50

419040F2 3-5 Sa 10:00-10:45am 4/16-5/14 $40 $50

INSTRUCTORS NEEDED!

YEAR-ROUND

• Arts & Crafts

• Fitness

• Preschool Programs

• Cooking

• Instructional

• Tennis

SUMMER

• Tennis

• Theatre

• Dance

• Music

For more information and to apply,

call Lisa Hanks at 757-890-3514 or

email hanksl@yorkcounty.gov.


TAEKWONDO

INSTRUCTIONAL CLASSES

The Olympic high-kicking martial

art that can help YOU reach new

Taekwondo will Heighten your:

hhConfidence (Self-esteem, Self-defense)

hhConditioning (Fitness, Strength, Health)

hhConcentration (Focus, Strong Mind)

hhStart having fun while earning your black belt today!

Ages:

Resident Fee:

Non-Resident Fee:

Location:

Two Skill Level Options:

Beginner/Intermediate 2 classes/week

Monday & Thursday 6:30-7:15 pm

Intermediate/Advanced

Monday & Thursday

Saturday

6-Adult

$55/month

$65/month

Tabb Elem. School Gym

3711 Big Bethel Rd, 23693

3 classes/week

7:15-8:00 pm

11:30 am-12:50 pm

Ask about our tiered family pricing!

Registration at Site. Visitors welcome to

observe or try a week of class for FREE!

Action Arts Academy USA

Master Brad Tinnon

World Taekwondo Federation Certified

To register or for further details:

Call 303-KIKN (5456).

Web: www.actionarts.us

Email: ActionArtsAcademyUSA@gmail.com

ART

DRAWING FOR KIDS

Young artists will explore a variety of drawing media

including, pencil, pen and ink, colored pencil, pastel and

charcoal as they learn about drawing still life, portrait,

landscape and other subjects. They will discover line,

shape, and design as they expand their drawing skills. All

materials included. 8 weeks

Location: Dare Elem Gym Classroom

Instructor: R. Edwards

Activity # Ages Day Time Date Fee NR Fee

411020B1 6-12 Tu 6:00-7:00pm 4/12-5/31 $60 $70

PAINTING FOR KIDS

Young artists will explore a variety of painting media

including watercolor, tempera and mixed media as they

learn about painting still life, portrait, landscape and other

subjects. They will learn about materials, techniques, color

mixing and design as they expand their painting skills. All

materials included. 8 weeks

Location: Dare Elem Gym Classroom

Instructor: R. Edwards

Activity # Ages Day Time Date Fee NR Fee

401010B1 6-12 Tu 7:00-8:00pm 4/12-5/31 $60 $70

WATERCOLORS

Beginning students will learn about the fundamental

materials and techniques of watercolor, while more

experienced students will progress to a new level with

individual instruction. The focus of the class will be on

materials, techniques and design. Students may work from

their own original photographs, still life set ups, drawings

or imagination. All materials provided. 8 weeks

Location:

Instructor:

Dare Elem Gym Classroom

R. Edwards

Activity # Ages Day Time Date Fee NR Fee

421050C1 8-13 W 6:00-7:15pm 4/13-6/1 $65 $75

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ICE SKATING

All ice skating classes are held at Hampton Roads Iceplex,

401 Village Avenue, Yorktown, 29693.

This introductory program emphasizes fun and security while

quickly generating confidence and skills in forward and backward

skating. This is a beginner class only. Advanced levels available

through IcePlex. Rental skates are provided at no additional

charge. Students will learn: starting/stopping, 2 feet glide, 1

foot glide, forward and backward wiggle and backward swizzle.

Gloves/mittens, knit hat/bike helmet, long pants/shirt, socks

recommended. 8 weeks (30 minute classes)

Activity # Day Time Date Fee NR Fee

Ages 4-6

409040A2 M 5:25-5:55pm 4/11-6/6 $100 $110

409040D1 Th 6:10-6:40pm 4/14-6/2 $100 $110

409040F1 Sa 11:25-11:55am 4/16-6/4 $100 $110

Ages 7-13

409040A3 M 6:00-6:30pm 4/11-6/6 $100 $110

409040D2

409040F2

Th

Sa

6:10-6:40pm

11:25-11:55am

4/14-6/2

4/16-6/4

$100

$100

$110

$110

Ages 14+

409040A5 M 6:00-6:30pm 4/11-6/6 $100 $110

409040D3 Th 6:10-6:40pm 4/14-6/2 $100 $110

409040F3 Sa 11:25-11:55am 4/16-6/4 $100 $110

Registration for instructional classes begins February 22 for county residents and February 29 for non‐county residents

except where noted. NOTE: All classes require an additional $10 charge for non-county residents.


McREYNOLDS ATHLETIC COMPLEX (MAC)

412 Sports Way, Grafton, VA 23692

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OPEN DAILY!

NOVEMBER 1 - FEBRUARY 29

8 AM - 5 PM

MARCH 1 - OCTOBER 31

8 AM - 8 PM

The McReynolds Athletic Complex “MAC” is

a 70‐acre park with 13 lighted athletic fields

available to rent for games, tournaments,

and camps. The “MAC” is home to: York

County Little League, York County Youth

Soccer, York County Adult Softball Leagues,

Youth Baseball/Softball Travel Tournaments,

many lacrosse events and various adult

sports leagues such as kickball, soccer, and

ultimate frisbee. Park amenities include 31

picnic shelters, 2 playground areas, bike lane

and a 1.8 mile multipurpose path.

MCREYNOLDS ATHLETIC COMPLEX (MAC)

SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM

OPPORTUNITY FOR BUSINESSES AND

ORGANIZATIONS TO ADVERTISE AT THE

MCREYNOLDS ATHLETIC COMPLEX (MAC)

Advertising Signs

Scoreboard Sign (Limited)

(4’ x 12’ Plastic sign mounted under a scoreboard)

Outfield/Sideline Fence Sign

(2’4” x 6’ Vinyl sign attached to outfield or sideline fencing)

Contract period

March 1 - November 15, 2016

Click here for fillable

application

Policy and applications are available at

www.yorkcounty.gov/parksandrec

For more information, please contact Amy Rowley,

Facility Coordinator, at 757-890-3511 or

rowleya@yorkcounty.gov

Entrance from Hwy 17


TEAM SPORTS Youth & Adults 9

Spring Youth Soccer

YORK COUNTY YOUTH GRADES K - 12

Coed Kindergarten classes

Coed & Girls Only* teams in grades 1-12

REGISTRATION DATES:

January 25 - February 12

SEASON DATES:

Kindergarten March 5 - April 30

Grades 1-12 March 12 - May 14

FEE: $50 first player

$45 additional family member

VOLUNTEER COACHES

NEEDED!!

ACTIVITY #

LEAGUE DAYS COED GIRLS

K-Instructional (Sat.) 11A -----

Grade 1 (M/W/S) 12A -----

Grade 2 (T/TH/S) 13A -----

Grades 3 & 4 (M/W/S) 14A 20A

Grades 5 & 6 (T/TH/S) 15A 21A

Grades 7 & 8 (T/TH/S) 16A -----

Grades 9 - 12 (M/W/S) 17A -----

*NOTE: There must be a minimum of four

teams per league to run. If not enough

girls sign-up, they will play in the coed

league.

Spring/Summer

Adult Softball

Registration:

$500/team

Returning teams: February 1

New teams: February 8

Registration closes February 26 or sooner

if league limits fill up.

Register your team for adult spring softball! Leagues

include:

• Mens’ “East” and “West” leagues

• Church Coed

• Industrial Coed

Regular season followed by post-season tournament!

All team registrations must be made in person at the

Parks,Recreation and Tourism office. Any individuals

who would like to play but are not associated with a team

may submit their name and be placed on the “pool list”

to be distributed to all team coaches. For information on

adult sports, call 757-890-3500.


SUMMER FUN

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Shake off the winter blues & start planning your fun for the summer!

Enroll your children in an active and challenging summer program that is

supervised by qualified camp leaders and held in a safe setting. They’ll

enjoy dodge ball, bumper pool, board games, crafts, outdoor sports, and

story times as well as many other fun activities. All sites are air conditioned.

Participants should bring water, snacks, and lunch.

REGISTRATION BEGINS:

Monday, February 22

(Registration accepted until camps are full)

Resident Fee $200

Non-resident Fee $300

Camps will be held

June 27 - July 28

Closed July 4

Monday - Thursday

8:00 am - 4:00 pm

GRADES COMPLETED: K-4

(Grades completed for 2015-2016 school year)

CAMP# LOCATION*

#8020 Seaford Elementary School

#8030 Grafton Bethel Elementary School

#8040 Tabb Elementary School

#8050 Coventry Elementary School

#8060 Queens Lake Middle School

GRADES COMPLETED: 5-7

(Grades completed for 2015-2016 school year)

CAMP# LOCATION*

#8070 Tabb Middle School

#8080 Queens Lake Middle School

*Locations subject to change/

See Middle School Transportation

For more information on this program

and other summer camps being held

this summer, look for PRT’s ‘Summer

Camps & Activities Guide’ published in

April online and in print.

For registration information

call 890-3500.

HOW TO REGISTER

Children from York and James City Counties and the

City of Williamsburg are considered “residents.” All other

localities are “non-resident.”

Online Registration

You may register online at http://recreation.yorkcounty.gov.

If you do not know or have your username and password,

contact PRT at 757-890-3500 or email at parksandrec@

yorkcounty.gov and put “On-Line Account” in the Subject

Line. New accounts must first register in person. NOTE:

A $2.00 online processing fee is automatically charged

and you will receive a confirmation receipt at the end of

transaction.

Mail-In

Attach check or money order for correct amount made

payable to Treasurer, County of York and mail to York

County Parks, Recreation & Tourism, P.O. Box 532, Yorktown,

VA 23690.

Walk-In

Stop by the PRT office at 100 County Drive, 23692 during

business hours of 8:15 am - 5:00 pm Monday-Friday.

Additional Information

Fillable registration forms and health/alternative pickup

forms are available online at www.yorkcounty.gov/

parksandrec and should be turned in the first day of camp.

Fees for this program will be waived for any child who

resides in York County and whose family income falls

within the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

(SNAP—Federal Food Stamp) eligibility limits applicable

to the County. Proof of such eligibility is required at the

time of registration.

Only written requests for refunds can be considered; there

is a $5 processing charge. No refunds given after the

program has started.

*Middle School Transportation

For your convenience, middle school participants may be

dropped off at Seaford, Grafton Bethel, Tabb or Coventry

Elementary Schools. Shuttle buses will transport middle

school participants to and from elementary school sites.


NEW QUARTER PARK ACTIVITIES

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Get Outside

and Play!

Bird Walks

Every 2 nd Saturday, 8am

Feb. 13, Mar. 12, Apr. 9, May 14

Every 4 th Saturday, 7 am

Feb. 27, Mar. 26, Apr. 23, May 28

Twice monthly, members of the

Williamsburg Bird Club lead visitors

on two hour walks to Queen’s

Creek and through woodlands and

meadows.

Easter Sunrise Service

Sunday, March 27

Worship and watch the sun rise over

the York River and Queen’s Creek

with local church congregations at

this 6 am service.

21 st Annual Queen’s Lake 5K &

1-mile Fun Walk/Run

Saturday, March 26

Registration will begin at 7:30am.

Proceeds benefit the Colonial Road

Runners Scholarship Fund. For

more information contact Rick Platt,

757-229-7375/rickplatt1@juno.com.

Sign up online at www.raceit.com.

Open Through April:

Fri. 10 am-dusk; Sat./Sun. 8 am-dusk

During Winter Hours, our staff is available in

the office to help with shelter rentals, disc golf

Park Open on

Feb.15 (Holiday)

9 am - 5 pm

Weather Permitting

equipment sales, fees, snack sales, and other information. When the office

is closed, a porta-john is available near the restrooms for walkers or bikers.

Weekday programs may be arranged by calling Molly Nealer, Recreation

Supervisor, at 757-890-3513 or nealerm@yorkcounty.gov.

Beginning May 1: Open Daily 8 am-dusk

Archaeology Dig Day

Saturday, April 16

Learn more about the people

who once inhabited this land,

known as Robert Carter’s new

quarter. Volunteer to dig with

professional archaeologists during

a morning or afternoon shift. Email

Fairfield@FairfieldFoundation.org

for available slots.

Stargazing

Saturdays, April 16 & May 14

The NASA/Langley Exchange

Skywatchers Astronomy Club

members set up their telescopes at

New Quarter and invite the public to

get close looks at the Moon, planets,

and other celestial objects! Call

757-890-3513 for information on

times and weather conditions.

Monitoring Bluebirds

Saturday, April 23 at 10 am

Jan Lockwood and Lois Ullman will

teach about bluebirds. Participants

will learn how to build a nest box and

monitor birds in their own backyard.

They will also find out why bluebirds

and other cavity nesters are so

important to us and learn how luring

bluebirds to our yards is the natural

way to keep the mosquito population

in check.

Disc Golf!

Our course is one of the most

challenging and beautiful in

Virginia! Merchandise is available

in the Park Office. $3/person/day.

Colonial Disc Golf Club

presents the 8 th Annual

“No Quarter @ New

Quarter,” Saturday, June 4

Mark your calendar for our Annual

Disc Golf Tournament.

Visit www.cdg.club

for tournament

information.

More great outdoor adventures

continue on next page ....

More Information at www.yorkcounty.gov/parksandrec, go to Parks & Facilities

New Quarter Park, 1000 Lakeshead Dr., 757-890-5840 (Fri-Sun) . York Co Parks, Rec & Tourism, 757-890-3500 (Mon-Fri)


NEW QUARTER PARK ACTIVITIES

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Weekend on Your Wheels

Youth Mountain Bike Series

Mountain bike race for ages 3 to 18 on

youth-friendly trails. Parents must be

present; helmets required. Geared bikes

necessary for middle, high school and

advanced riders. Push bikes, balance bikes

or strider bikes suggested for younger

riders. No training wheels, pegs or axle

extenders. For information and registration,

call 757-890-3500. Fee: $25/child; $20/each additional child in

same family. One or more race: $10/child/race.

SUNDAYS ONLY

April 10 April 24 May 1 May 22

June 5 (Final race & awards)

Registration 12:45 - 1:15 pm

Race starts 1:30 pm

Come on out for a FREE pre-ride on

Saturday, April 2 from 1-3 pm.

North American Chapter British Longbow

Society Tournament

April 29, April 30 and May 1

The British Long-Bow Society perpetuates the use

of the traditional recreational Longbow for twoway

Target and Clout shooting. Join or come out

and watch archers from around the world as they

compete in this three-day event.

BYOK (Bring Your Own Kayak . . . or Canoe) -

Every 3 rd Saturday, May to October

Put in for an out-and-back paddle on Queen’s Creek

with park staff. Free with your own kayak or canoe.

No kayak? No problem! Rent one from Chesapeake

Experience for $30 by calling 757-259-6859 by the

Friday before the 3 rd Saturday trip.

Directions

• Exit Col Pkwy at Queen’s Lake, turn right.

Turn on Lakeshead Dr. (Look for sign.)

• From Peninsula: Exit I-64 at Rt. 199

toward Jamestown. Exit Rt. 143W. Right

on Penniman Rd., left on Hubbard Ln.

Right on Lakeshead Rd., follow to Park.

Reserve Shelters &

Fire Circle:

$100 & $50;

Call 890-3513

Disc Golf: Daily $3,

Annual $25;

Sales & Rentals

Moonlight & Music - Every 4 th Tuesday,

May to September, 6:30 pm

Tune your guitar and rosin up your bow. Join

local musicans in an acoustic round robin music

jam. Lead your choice of bluegrass, old-time,

contemporary, or other genre or just come to sing

or listen and enjoy! All instruments and styles

welcome. Led by local musican Joe Duggan of

Joe’s Day Off.

Wildlife Mapping

Members of the Historic Rivers Chapter, Virginia

Master Naturalists lead visitors on 3-4 walks per

month around the park to record evidence of

wildlife for the Virginia Department of Game and

Inland Fisheries database. Call 757‐890‐3513 for

dates and times that vary monthly.

More Information at www.yorkcounty.gov/parksandrec, go to Parks & Facilities

New Quarter Park, 1000 Lakeshead Dr., 757-890-5840 (Fri-Sun) . York Co Parks, Rec & Tourism, 757-890-3500 (Mon-Fri)


Back Creek

Park

3000 Goodwin Neck Road, Dandy

757-890-3850

SPRING STAFF HOURS BEGIN:

Monday, March 28

Monday

8:00 am - 12:30 pm

5:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Tuesday thru Thursday

8:00 am - 10:30 pm

Friday

8:00 am - 12:30 pm

COURT RENTAL FEE

$4.00 per hour before 5:00 pm

$8.00 per hour after 5:00 pm

Back Creek Park features:

t

t

t

TENNIS

6 full-size courts t picnic area

grills

t boat ramp

restrooms

Staff days and hours are subject to change

due to weather conditions and player

demand. When the Park is not staffed,

the courts will be available for free play.

Call the Park or the Parks, Recreation &

Tourism Office for lock combinations.

USTA QUICKSTART TENNIS:

Youth Lessons

Quickstart tennis enables youth to practice and play real tennis to scale. This better allows them to play and learn at the same time,

as opposed to the traditional model of learning the skills before playing the game. Each practice session is designed as a team

practice that will prepare players for competition, match play, and USTA Jr. Team Tennis. This program will run 6 weeks with class

size minimum of 5 and maximum of 8 participants.

BEGINNER LESSONS:

For those who have had no formal tennis instruction, no playing experience, or who have experienced a long delay between

lessons or playing. Lesson objectives include: introducing the skills necessary to play tennis; providing an overview of the rules and

fundamentals; and, explaining the requirements for proper court etiquette, safety, and sportsmanship. With the very young players,

activities will also include teaching appropriate movement skills plus pre-striking and striking skills. These lessons are geared to

make the experience fun while learning basic tennis skills.

ADVANCED BEGINNER & INTERMEDIATE:

Registration:

County Residents: March 7-25

Non-County Residents: March 14-25

Classes Begin:

Week of April 11 (4 weeks)

For more information call 757-890-3500.

USTA QUICKSTART TENNIS / BACK CREEK PARK

N/R*

CLASS # GRADES LEVEL DAY TIME FEE FEE

417041F1 K-1 Beginner Sat 9:00-10:00am $30 $40

417042F1 2-3 Beginner Sat 10:00-11:00am $30 $40

417043F1 4-5 Beginner Sat 11:00am-Noon $30 $40

BACK CREEK PARK LESSON SCHEDULE

N/R*

CLASS # GRADES LEVEL DAY TIME FEE FEE

417011A1 K-1 Beginner Mon 4:30-5:30pm $30 $40

417012A1 2-3 Beginner Mon 5:30-6:30pm $30 $40

417015B1 9-12 Beginner Tues 4:30-6:00pm $40 $50

417013C1 4-5 Beginner Wed 4:30-5:30pm $30 $40

417012C1 2-3 Adv. Beg. Wed 5:30-6:30pm $30 $40

417014D1 6-8 Adv. Beg. Thurs 4:30-6:00pm $40 $50

417015E1 9-12 Adv. Beg. Fri 4:30-6:00pm $40 $50

KILN CREEK RECREATIONAL CENTER LESSON SCHEDULE

N/R*

CLASS # GRADES LEVEL DAY TIME FEE FEE

417031A1 K-1 Beginner Mon 4:30-5:30pm $30 $40

417032A1 2-3 Beginner Mon 5:30-6:30pm $30 $40

417031B1 K-1 Beginner Tues 4:30-5:30pm $30 $40

417032B1 2-3 Beginner Tues 5:30-6:30pm $30 $40

417033C1 4-5 Beginner Wed 4:30-5:30pm $30 $40

417032C1 2-3 Adv. Beg. Wed 5:30-6:30pm $30 $40

417033D1 4-5 Adv. Beg. Thurs 4:30-5:30pm $30 $40

417033D2 4-5 Adv. Beg. Thurs 5:30-6:30pm $30 $40

417034E1 6-8 Beginner Fri 4:30-5:30pm $30 $40

417034E2 6-8 Intermediate Fri 5:30-6:30pm $30 $40

* Non-county Resident fee.

NOTE: Adult lessons recommended for Grades 9-12 Intermediate level players.

Click here for Tennis

Website & Information

Click here for ONLINE

registration.

For those who have had success in past lessons and/or playing experiences and are ready to progress to the next level. Lesson

objectives include: reinforcing previous lessons learned; facilitating more advanced stroke techniques; and, developing ball control

and placement skills.

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TENNIS

Adult Leagues & Lessons

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BACK CREEK

PARK

Adult Group

Lessons

Registration: Residents: February 15

Non-Residents: February 21

Classes Begin: Week of March 28

Four (4) 1.5 hour weekly lessons

Class Size:

Class Location:

Min. 5 / Max. 8 Players

Back Creek Park

For more information or to register, call the Parks,

Recreation & Tourism (PRT) Office or come by in

person.

Cost:

$45 Resident

$55 Non-Resident

Class Day Time

Beginner Tues 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Adv. Beginner Wed 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Intermediate Mon 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Tournament

York County Singles

April 22-24

Registration:

April 4 - April 18

Draw on April 18

Events will include men’s and

women’s singles offering open

and rated levels 3.5, 4.0, and 4.5.

To register, come by Back Creek

Park in person or call the park at

757-890-3850.

Adult Leagues

Week of March 28 to late May

Adult tennis leagues will play at Back Creek Park for

approximately 8 weeks this Spring.

Registration: Begins February 15 for county residents

and February 21 for non-county residents and ends two

(2) workdays before each league starts. TWO WAYS TO

REGISTER: (1) By Phone: Call PRT at 890-3500 or 2) In

Person: At the PRT Office.

Fees: Will be collected on the first night of league play.

League fee covers new balls provided for each league

match. Singles League Fee Per Person or Doubles League

Fee Per Team: $4 per match, played before 5:00 pm and

$5 per match played after 5:00 pm.

MORNING LEAGUES

1. Mon Doubles – Mixed Senior (50 & over)

9:00-11:00 AM 16 Players

2. Tues Doubles – Beginner Ladies

9:00-11:00 AM 16 Players

3. Wed Doubles – Intermediate Ladies

9:00-11:00 AM 16 Players

4. Wed Singles Men

9:00-11:00 AM 8 Players

5. Thurs Singles Women

9:00-11:00 AM 8 Players

6. Fri Doubles Round Robin– Interm. Ladies

9:00-11:00 AM 16 Players

EVENING LEAGUES

7. Mon Singles Women

6:30-8:30 PM 8 Players

8. Tues Doubles – Beginner Mixed

6:30-8:30 PM 8 Players

9. Tues Doubles – Intermediate Mixed

6:30-8:30 PM 8 Players

10. Wed Doubles – Intermediate Men

7:00-9:00 PM 16 Players

11. Thurs Doubles Round Robin–Interm. Ladies

6:15-8:15 PM 16 Players

12. Thurs Singles Men

6:30-8:30 PM 4 Players


YORK COUNTY YOUTH COMMISSION

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2016 OUTSTANDING YOUTH AWARD SCHOLARSHIPS

Recognizing Exceptional

Character and Achievement

in our High School aged Citizens!

Nominations due by

February 17, 2016.

See nomination form for more details.

Recognition and a $500 Educational Scholarship

will be given in each of the following categories:

COURAGE

COMMUNITY SERVICE

COMPASSION

OVERALL ACHIEVEMENT

Sponsored by:

York County Board of Supervisors and

York County Youth Commission

2016-2017 YOUTH COMMISSION APPLICATIONS

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS NEEDED

FOR 2016-2017 YOUTH COMMISSION!

Applications due by

March 9, 2016

See application form for more details.

• Represent youth issues to County Supervisors

• Learn about County government

• Participate in community service

• Build leadership skills, team building, and

much more!


SENIOR CENTER OF YORK

Visit us at the Washington Square Shopping Center, 5314 Geo. Wash. Hwy., Grafton, or call 757‐890‐3444. We are

open Monday through Friday, 9 am to 4:30 pm. Call the Center to receive details on all activities, or access information

including our monthly newsletter “THE OBSERVER” online at: www.yorkcounty.gov/communityservices

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SENIOR MOMENTS...

Birds, Thursday, March 3 at 9:30 am

Nature Lover Jessica Ausura will talk about attracting birds to your yard! She will

cover some basic backyard bird identification, planting and feeding for birds, and

the nesting options for them. Light breakfast items will be served. Please register by

March 1.

Spring White Elephant, Bake Sale & Craft

Fundraiser, Saturday, March 19 from 9 am

to 1 pm

It is time to start spring cleaning! Please bring in

your donated household items (except for clothing)

beginning February 19. We also are accepting

prepackaged and ready-for-sale baked goods such as cakes, cookies, and brownies

which can be delivered on Friday, March 18 or the day of the event at 8:30 am. For

more information, call us at 890-3444. All proceeds benefit the Senior Center.

Annual Senior Health & Safety Fair, Friday, April 22 from 9 am

to 1 pm

Mark your calendar for this very special event! Free health screenings will include

cholesterol, blood pressure, weight and height screening and a diabetes risk

assessment provided by Sentara Health and Preventive Services. The York Lion’s

Club will offer free vision and hearing screenings and other service organizations

will also be on hand to answer questions and provide information to help you

maintain a safe, healthy, and independent lifestyle. Lectures, refreshments, and

door prizes. Call the Senior Center at 890-3444 for more information. Registration

begins March 28.

Culture Day, “When the Yankees Came to

Town,” on Wednesday, May 11 at 1 pm

Historical Interpreter Vanessa Cole will discuss the

Battle of Williamsburg fought in May of 1862 from the

perspective of Victoria King, a young girl from Yorktown.

Much of the reconstruction of Colonial Williamsburg

was attributed to her since she knew what the town looked like before Union

occupation. When John Rockefeller came to Williamsburg, he interviewed King and

her recollections were instrumental to the reconstruction. Please sign up for this

event beginning April 25.

Picnic in the Park, Friday, May 20 from 11 am to 1:30 pm

Have fun with friends, food, and games at the Yorktown waterfront! The menu

includes hamburgers, hotdogs, fried fish, potato salad, baked beans, cole slaw

and beverages. Registration will be held April 18 through May 18 or until spaces

are filled. Suggested donation of $4 is payable when registering at the Center. If

inclement weather, please call 890-3444 for updates on this event.

CLASSES

AARP Free Tax Service,

February 1 through April 15

Tax preparation assistance for

seniors will be provided again this

year beginning Monday, February 1

through Wednesday, April 15. The

schedule is as follows: Mondays 12:30

to 4:30 pm; and Tuesdays, Wednesdays,

Fridays and Saturdays from 9 am to

1 pm. This service is offered free of

charge on a first-come-first-served

basis. Please also note that on days

where snow and icy conditions may

exist, tax services may be delayed

or cancelled. Updates on inclement

weather closings and delayed

openings at the Senior Center will be

given by calling the Center’s phone

number at 890-3444.

AARP Driver Safety 50+

Class

This two-day program is designed

for drivers aged 50 or better, but

drivers 55 or better can receive the

state mandated 3-year automobile

insurance reduction. There is no

“behind the wheel” driving performed

in this program. The cost is $15/AARP

members; $20/non-members and

checks are made payable to AARP.

February 29 & March 1

March 21 & 22

April 18 & 19

Body Renewal

Please call us beginning March 21 for

the next 12-week exercise program.

This fun and invigorating group

exercise is led by Domenica Jernigan.

Classes run for 12 weeks and meet on

Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

Participants can sign up for one of

three class meeting times at 9 am,

10 am, and 11 am. The cost is $60.

Inclement Weather Information & CALL! Be sure to follow our slogan of, “CALL before you come”

whenever the threat or event of inclement weather or hazardous road, sidewalk and parking lot conditions may exist. Call

the Senior Center at 890-3444 to receive updated information on weather related closings or delayed openings from a staff member or

recorded announcement. REMEMBER: Anytime County offices are closed, so is the Senior Center.


Yorktown Special Events

www.visityorktown.org

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SISTER CITIES FRENCH MARKET

PIRATES INVADE YORKTOWN

BLUES, BREWS & BBQ FESTIVAL

SATURDAY, APRIL 23

10 am - 3 pm

Riverwalk Landing, 331 Water Street

The 4 th Annual Authentic French Market features all of your

favorite French products! It also celebrates the spirit of the regular

Saturday market in Port-Vendres France, Yorktown’s sister city

since 1990. Market products include fresh-baked bread, pastries,

chocolates, soaps, lavender sachets, wine, and fresh food items.

www.sistercitiesyorktown.org 757.877.2933

SATURDAY, APRIL 30 & SUNDAY, MAY 1

10 am - 6 pm

Riverwalk Landing, 331 Water Street

Pirates representing seafaring life in the late 17 th and 18 th centuries

invade Yorktown. Visit the encampment, watch the cannon firing

demonstrations, and sing along with the pirates!

SATURDAY, MAY 7

12 - 6 pm

Riverwalk Landing, 331 Water Street

Join us for Yorktown’s 3 rd Annual “Blues, Brews & BBQ, a Festival

on the River.” Enjoy downhome blues, incredible microbrews,

and amazing BBQ. $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Call

757.877.2933 or visit www.villageevents.org

ART AT THE RIVER IN HISTORIC YORKTOWN

SUNDAY, MAY 8

10 am - 5 pm

Riverwalk Landing, 331 Water Street

Celebrate Mother’s Day and see artwork by some of the region’s

most talented artists at the 3 rd Annual Juried Art Show to be held

on the beautiful Yorktown waterfront setting. Live entertainment is

also scheduled. Free. 757.898.5510. www.artattheriver.com

Event Weather Hotline: 757.890.3520


SATURDAYS

May 14 - Fitness Market

(9 am - 1 pm)

May 21 - September 24

(9 am - 1 pm)

October 8 - Fall Festival

(9 am - 3 pm)

November 12 - Harvest Celebration

(9 am - 3 pm)

November 19 - Holiday Open House

(9 am - 3 pm)

December 10

Market (9 am - 3 pm)

Toyland Parade (1:30 - 3 pm)

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Dates and times Featuring are subject Seasonal to change Fruits & Vegetables, Fresh

without Seafood, notice. Eggs, Poultry & Beef, Fresh Breads,

Cheeses, Cut Flowers & Potted Plants, All Natural

& Gluten Free Products, Quality Art & Live Music

S ave the D ates

11 th Annual

“Shagging on the Riverwalk”

Beach Music Concert Series

Thursdays 6:30 - 9:30 pm

Riverwalk Landing in Historic Yorktown

June 2, 9, 16 & 23

July 7, 14 & 21

• Dancing on the area’s largest outdoor dance floor

• Food and beverages

• Colonial Shag Club lessons & demos

FREE and open to the public!

Yorktown

Kite

Demo

Day

Saturday

April 9

1 - 5 pm

Join us at the Yorktown

beachfront for kite

demonstrations and

an afternoon of family

friendly kite flying!

Call 757-969-5400 or email

patriottoursyorktown@gmail.com

for more information.

MEMORIAL DAY

CEREMONY

Monday, May 30 th at 12:00 Noon

York Hall, 301 Main Street, in Historic Yorktown

(For more information call 757-890-3500)

Event Weather Hotline:

757-890-3520

For more information visit www.visityorktown.org

or call 757.890.3500.


SPONSORED BY

YORK COUNTY

PARKS, RECREATION

AND TOURISM

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JANUARY - MARCH

Mixed Media * see Winter Hours

APRIL - MAY

‘Quilts’ Exhibit,

featuring Quilts Past & Present

May 8 – Art at the River,

featuring artist David Mitchell, Photography

JUNE

‘Watercolor’ Exhibit,

featuring artist Hazel Camp

June 12 – Hazel Camp, Watercolor artist

JULY

‘Photography’ Exhibit,

featuring artist Shirley Whitnack

July 3 – Christine Rich, Animal Portrait artist

July 10 – Artist Appearance & Demo

AUGUST - SEPTEMBER

‘Pottery’ Exhibit,

featuring artists Elizabeth Krome &

Martha Hayes

September 25 – Art Stroll,

featuring artist Dia Foden, Fiber Art

OCTOBER

‘Yorktown Art’ Exhibit

October 19 – Yorktown Day,

featuring botanical artist Linda Miller

NOVEMBER - DECEMBER

‘Christmas in Yorktown’ Exhibit,

featuring all local artists

November 19 & 20 – Holiday Open House

Weekend

December 3 – Christmas Market on Main Street

December 4 – Cookies with Santa

301 Main Street Yorktown, VA 23690 | 757.890.4490

GALLERY HOURS:

(April - December) Tuesday - Saturday 10 AM to 4 PM, Sunday 1 to 4 PM

*Winter Hours (January - March) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 10 AM to 1 PM

www.visityorktown.org

The Gallery at York Hall is a partnership between Celebrate Yorktown Committee and York County. Dates, times, information subject to change.

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