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Clean Fairfax produces SpringFest with our partner Fairfax County Park Authority. SpringFest Fairfax grows every year and we hope you’ll celebrate with us on Saturday April 29, 2017 10am – 4pm at our new location The Sully Historic Site.

This is Fairfax County’s official Earth Day and Arbor Day event.

Once again we welcome FCPA Healthy Strides Expo–workshops, vendors and activities to help us be healthier and happier.”Healthy People-Healthy Planet”  Over 75 vendors, exhibitors  and food trucks will be at SpringFest–and admission is still FREE!  Learn about the great work our County Parks do; pet an alpaca; try a fun run; participate in environmental crafts; check out the bees and the trees; consult with Master Gardeners; buy plants for your garden and MORE!

Entertainment includes; Food Trucks;  Billy B; The Recycling Pirates puppet show;  petting zoo; Touch-a-Truck;  and more!

This is our CFC SpringFest 17 Flyer and it’s available for download!

SpringFest Fairfax is produced by Clean Fairfax Council, a 501 c 3 non-profit organization in Fairfax County, working to keep the region Clean, Green, and Sustainable. Learn more about Clean Fairfax on our Website! or call us at 703-324-5471, email: cfc@cleanfairfax.org

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Biking to SpringFest?

“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children. “

— Chief Seattle

Come to the Healthy Strides Kids Zone at SpringFest for FREE family-friendly fun, including:

ALL AGES (3+) FUN RUNS* (11am & 2pm)

OBSTACLE COURSE*

GOODIE BAG (while supplies last)

T-SHIRTS

MOONBOUNCES

FITNESS CLASS DEMOS 

*must sign a waiver and have a wristband to participate. Please visit the Healthy Strides registration tent (in front of the Obstacle Course) to register. 

The Healthy Strides Kids Zone at SpringFest is brought to you by Fairfax County Park Authority’s Take 12 Steps for Health program, and by these generous sponsors:

To find out more about the program and sign-up for the free e-newsletter, please visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/rec/take12 or email take12@fairfaxcounty.gov. To lend your support to Take 12 Steps for Health and Healthy Strides by helping us to spread the message of better health in Fairfax County, please visit the Fairfax County park Foundation’s website.