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SCHOOL DAY CAMP
 
REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
 
 
IN RESPONSE TO THE RECENT SCHOOL BOARD DECISION, VERDUN IS OFFERING CAMP DURING THE SCHOOL DAY! CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
SIGN UP FOR 10 SESSIONS GET $10 OFF PER DAY (MUST BE IN CART TO SHOW DISCOUNT).
CLICK HERE FOR OUR COVID-19 PROTOCOLS!

School Day Camp Registration is now open!
 
Students grades 3-12 are invited to enroll in School Day Camp starting September 8, 2020. School Day Camp will run 8am-4pm Mon-Friday. Verdun staff including a certified teacher will be availalble to assist participants with their school work for the first half of each day. Once school work is done for the day participants will work on life skills with the highly trained Verdun staff. These activities, depending on age, will include gardening in the greenhouse, creating in the wood shop, practicing survival skills, and more! Each day will also include outdoor recreation time on the Verdun 55-acre facility, utilizing the impressive challenge course designed to teach leadership, communication, and resiliency! CLICK HERE for our COVID-19 Protocols.
 
LIMITED AVAILABILITY
 
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Half Day OUtdoor 

Recreation Program

 
HOMESCHOOLING OR JUST NEED A PLACE FOR YOUR CHILDREN FOR THE AFTERNOON?
Need place to drop your kids off for some much needed outdoor time and socialization? We are offering a half day (12pm-4pm) outdoor program. Your child will spend time at our archery range, gardening, wood working, kayaking, playing games and sports outdoors, climbing and ziplining on out challenge course, and more! Register online now for the days of your choice. Price is $40 per day. Click Here to view our COVID-19 Protocols.
 
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UPCOMING EVENTS IN 2020

FLOW JAM HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO

OCTOBER 15-18,2020

CLICK HERE FOR TICKET INFORMATION

Click Here for the Flow Jam Event Page

For COVID-19 updates and more information on Flow Jam Festival please join on Social @FlowJamFestival (on Instagram & FB) and click "going" 

THE CAYA 5K IS ON FOR SEPTEMBER 19,2020

 
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IMPORTANT MESSAGE RE: COVID-19

As of June 19, 2020

Verdun is committed to the health and safety of our employees, donors, customers, program participants, and partners/community members. Verdun is actively monitoring “coronavirus disease 2019,” abbreviated as “COVID-19.” This is the official name given by the World Health Organization in February 2020. "COVI" stands for coronavirus, "D" stands for disease, and "19" is the year when this virus was found.

We are aware that the coronavirus or COVID-19 has spread to different parts of the world and is now growing within the United States. The news changes quickly and I am sure as soon as I send this out, there will be another update, so here is what is currently going on here at Verdun.  

WHAT IS VERDUN DOING? 

❖ We are closely monitoring daily new reports and information, especially in Northern Virginia and Prince William, Fauquier, Rappahannock and Culpeper Counties. For more information about COVID-19 cases in the U.S. and especially in our direct area, visit the CDC’s website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html   

❖ We have developed processes to reduce the risk of illness which includes increasing our cleaning protocols to multi daily inspections and the sanitizing of all Verdun indoor spaces and equipment. Click here to see our COVID-19 Protocols

❖ At this time, Verdun is offering limited summer programming as we are following state and local protocol. Once the local schools reopen and social group activities start up again, Verdun will open it's doors and be ready for business.

❖ Employees have now started to work in the Verdun office and outdoors on our campus. All staying within the social distancing protocol.

 HOW YOU CAN HELP?

❖ Please support your community and all businesses, including nonprofits. We provide a service to the community and we appreciate your financial support by (hopefully) coming to summer camp and scheduling programs.

❖ YOU must wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use hand sanitizer that is at least 60 percent alcohol.

❖ Follow respiratory etiquette and hand hygiene. The CDC recommends sick employees cover their noses and mouths with a tissue when coughing or sneezing.

❖ If you plan on traveling, please check the CDC website for travel tips.  

❖ Please stay at home if you are not feeling well. The CDC recommends staying home for at least 24 hours when showing symptoms of acute respiratory illness.  

VERDUN AWARDED FAUQUIER COUNTY 2019

NON-PROFIT OF THE YEAR!

 
VERDUN'S MISSION

Verdun Adventure Bound received its 501 (C)(3) Non-profit status in 1999. Verdun Adventure Bound's Non-Profit Mission is to support and promote youth and adult personal growth through experiential learning and to teach stewardship of the land.

WHAT WE OFFER

Verdun Adventure Bound provides team building experiences for youth and adults which supports and promotes personal growth through experiential learning on our pole based challenge course. Youth organizations are provided customized team building programs to fit the needs of local public, independent and parochial schools along with church groups. Beginning at 8 years of age,  these inclusive programs also serve at-risk youth with economic, mental and/or emotional needs.  Verdun Adventure Bound is also strongly committed to providing support to the Boy Scouts of America and Girl Scouts of America in Culpeper, Fauquier and Rappahannock Counties. 

Corporate organizations are offered multiple customized team building options on and off campus, from hiking and river trips to testing your ability on our pole based challenge course. These programs are ideal for company excursions, trips and outings, fun group activities or a wonderful getaway from conferences and meetings.

Verdun’s primary focal points of its programs include the exploration of self, group dynamics and community service. Our curriculum reflects a wide range of life skills and subjects designed to broaden the outlook and education of our youth and adults.

At Verdun Adventure Bound, the outdoors is our classroom. All exercises emphasize safety first and contain educational components that help create a strong sense of environmental conservation and stewardship.

 

   

 
 
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Camps

2020 School Day Camp Registration is now open!

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