The City of Fairfax Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of programs and classes for all members of the community. Our classes are open to both city and non-city residents.
Find out more about our Young at Heart Senior Center
• Sherwood Family Movie Nights •
Looking for something free and fun for your family to do on a Friday night?!? How about a family-friendly movie on the new state-of-the-art big screen? Each movie is rated PG. An adult must accompany anyone under the age of 14
- October 19 - Coco
- November 21 - Sherlock Gnomes
- December 21 - Incredibles 2
“Britepaths” Food Drive at
Sherwood Family Movie Nights
For more than 30 years, Britepaths, formerly known as Our Daily Bread, has been a dedicated leader in developing sustainable solutions that stabilize low-income working families, build resilience through financial literacy and mentoring, and provide seasonal supports. https://britepaths.org/
Food can be dropped off at the Sherwood Center on the evenings of the Sherwood Family Movie Nights (see dates above) between 7pm–9pm.
Thank you in advance for your support!
• Sherwood Costume Exchange •
Drop off: Mon. Oct 1 – Wed. Oct 17
Pick up: Friday October 19th, 5:00pm-7:00pm
Location: Sherwood Community Center, 3740 Old Lee Highway, Fairfax VA
Do you have old costumes that your kids have grown out of or don’t use anymore?
Do you want to get a free costume for them this year? This is a great
way to clean out your kid’s closet and pick up something new for this
Halloween. All youth sizes are welcome!
How does it work?
• Drop off gently used and clean Halloween costumes
• Receive a ticket to pick up a ‘new’ costume for this year
• All extra costumes leftover will be available without a ticket from Oct 22-26
• After Oct 26, left costumes will be donated to charity.
• Dancing Stars: •
Ballroom Dancing for Adults with Down Syndrome