Due to the extreme heat, tonight's Summer Under the Stars Children's Concert has been relocated to Sherwood Center. Instrument petting zoo starting at 6:30pm and Concert at 7:30pm. Join us for a fantastic concert with the City of Fairfax Band that will include ice cream, balloons, and instrument petting zoo for the children!
"Understanding and acknowledging the incredible economic impact of the nonprofit arts and culture industry, we must always remember their fundamental value. They foster beauty, creativity, originality, and vitality. The arts inspire us, soothe us, provoke us, involve us, and connect us. But they also create jobs and contribute to the economy." ~Robert L, Lynch, President & CEO of Americans for the Arts
The Arts are Alive in the City of Fairfax!
The City of Fairfax promotes the value of arts and culture by nurturing, investing in and celebrating the creative contributions of artists, musicians and arts organizations. By engaging the Community, encouraging participation and facilitating access to the arts, the City is working with local artists and arts organizations to build a vibrant community for all of the City's residents, businesses and visitors.
2017 Summer Classes and Programs
Inclement Weather Cancellations:
All classes/programs starting before noon are cancelled when Fairfax County schools close for the day. For classes/programs starting at noon or later, a decision will be made by 10am that day. When Fairfax County schools have a delayed opening, classes will be held as scheduled. Recreation facilities operated by the City will follow City government closures.
On weekends, cancellation decisions will be made by 8 a.m. each day and posted on the City’s website.
All classes/programs and gym rentals held in FCPS facilities will follow FCPS closings.
This information will be posted on the website www.fairfaxva.gov or call 703-385-7858. Staff will make all effort to contact participants by posting on the city website www.fairfaxva.gov, local news channels, as well as notifications by City Alerts, mass e-mails and, when appropriate, phone calls.
Parks and Recreation Staff will make all efforts to make-up any missed classes due to inclement weather and will issue credits to your account/refunds if this is not possible.