How Do I?
Click to Home
Go To Search
Photo Gallery
Citizen Service Center
Graphic Links

Fall Programs
Fall Programs Quick Glance Table, Details Below:
Program:

For:

Location(s):

Dates:

Day(s):

Time(s):

Fee:
Registration Deadline
(Late Fee):
Time for Two: Mommy & Me Tumbling - CANCELLED, LACK OF SIGNUPS Ages: 18 months - 3 years; with parent/guardian Town of Orange Community Room Sept. 5 - 26, 2017 Tuesdays 10:30-11am $45 per child & guardian pair
Paint Your Pet Art Class (Pet Portraits) Primary & Elementary Aged Children Orange Elementary School Sept. 28, 2017 Thursday 3:30pm-5:30pm $30 9/15/17 ($5)
Introduction to Archery Ages 9-12 Booster Park Sept. 30, 2017 Saturday 9am-12noon $30 9/22/17 ($10)
Introduction to Archery Competition Ages 9-12
*Must have completed Intro to Archery 
Booster Park Sept. 30, 2017 Saturday 1-3pm $30 9/22/17 ($10)
Basic Hunter Education Class (instructed by VDGIF) Open to Youth & Adult Town of Orange Community Room Oct. 15, 2017 Sunday 12-6pm Free Open until full (50 spots)
OES Karate For information about OES Karate, please visit our Ongoing Programs Page

Paint Your Pet Art Class 
Paint Your Pet Class Finals_thumb.jpgProvide us with a picture of your pet, and we will have a pre-sketched canvas ready for your child to paint and take home!This one-day after school program will be offered at OES.  This class will be held on Thursday, September 28, 2017 from 3:30pm-5:30pm.  Space is limited, and the registration fee is $30. You must pre-register and provide us with the photo of your pet in advance. Classes may fill before the deadlines are reached.  Registrations received after the 9/15/17 deadline will be charged a $5 late fee.  This class is intended as an afterschool program for OES students, however, it is open to any primary or elementary aged child who can be brought to OES in time for the class (transportation is not provided).  If your child is interested but cannot attend this class, please call our office at (540) 672-5435 to express your interest, and we may try to schedule additional programs.  

Introduction to Archery

Archery Balloon Game_thumb.jpgIn our one-day introduction program, we will: introduce the sport of archery, learn range safety, learn basic shot technique,and play fun archery games.  This program is intended to introduce interested children to the sport, as such, it focuses on safety and fun, but does not delve too deeply into advanced technique.  The instructor for this program is USA Archery certified.  All equipment will be provided, and the program will take place at Booster Park on September 30, 2017. Registration is due by September 22, 2017.  Space is limited, and registration will close once the maximum number of participants is reached, even if before the deadline.  Any registration received after Sept. 22 will be assessed a $10 late fee.

Introduction to Archery Competition
This class is a "next steps" class from our basic Introduction to Archery, and while it will not be an especially competitive class, we will cover proper scoring of an archery target and will have a mock tournament to give an idea of how archery competitions work.  We decided to offer this class based upon the responses we received in surveys of past archery participants.  Completion of “Introduction to Archery” will be a prerequisite to participate in this class, though new students may register for both this class and the "Introduction to Archery" class listed above.   All equipment will be provided, and the program will take place at Booster Park on September 30, 2017 from 1pm-3pm. Registration is due by September 22, 2017. Space is limited, and registration will close once the maximum number of participants is reached, even if before the deadline.  Any registration received after Sept. 22 will be assessed a $10 late fee.

Basic Hunter Education Coursehunter in tree stand
Completion of a Basic Hunter Education Course is a requirement to purchase a hunting license in Virginia for 12–15 year old and first-time hunters.  It has been a mandatory requirement since 1988.  This course is supported by Orange County Parks & Recreation and hosted at the Town of Orange Community Room on Warren Street, however, it is actually a Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries class and will be instructed by DGIF instructors.  Registration is handled online through a third party system. Registration opens on September 20, 2017To register, please visit the online registration page.  The class is free, but there may be a fee for the course book depending on how you wish to receive it.  OCPR has some free copies of the book available in our office while supplies last. This class will take place Sunday, October 15 from approximately 12 noon-6pm.  As a DGIF class, registration is open state-wide and we cannot reserve spots, please register ASAP if you would like to attend.