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End-of-Summer Lock-in at Nolensville Rec

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Sad but true, summer’s becoming a memory and school days are here. But this weekend, kids can have a whole lot of summer fun when Nolensville Recreation Complex hosts an end-of-summer lock-in for ages 7 – 12. Offered through Williamson County Parks and Recreation, parents can enjoy a fun night out knowing the kids are having a blast, too. To participate, kids must be pre-registered.

Lock-In Specifics

   For $30 a child kids get admission, a pizza dinner, swimming, movies, crafts, relays, games at the lock-in, very little (if any!) sleep and a whole lot of socialization. It’s one last chance to burn the summer’s midnight oil and enjoy friends in a safe, clean supervised setting. Kids should bring a sleeping bag and pillow and a mat if they want a cushioned spot on the floor.
    The fun kicks off Friday, Aug. 11 at 6 p.m. and ends on Saturday, Aug. 12 at 9 a.m. Register for the Nolensville Rec lock-in at wcparksandrec.com and use the registration code 9635.

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Susan Swindell Day is the editor in chief of Nashville Parent and the mom of four amazing kids.

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