Dinner & Snacks Provided.
We all love our children, but sometimes you just need a night off! Held the 2nd Friday of every month. PNO provides parents the chance to drop the kiddos off at Granite Falls for a night of fun while they enjoy a night out! Our staff entertains with movies, swimming, games and crafts. Dinner and snacks are provided.
Granite Falls understands that the holidays can get crazy and stressful! Last minute shopping? Need to grab a coffee with a friend? Take a nap? Let us help! Drop off the kids for a fun filled afternoon with snacks, cookie decorating, swimming and a movie!
* Price Per Child
Drop off: 5:30 pm. Please check-in your children in the sales office area. You will need to sign your child in on our sign in sheet and supply the staff with basic information and at least two contact numbers where you can be reached if needed.
Pick up: 9:50-10:00 pm Return to Granite Falls to pick up your child(ren) at the main entrance no later than 10 pm. Please bring your membership card and/or driver’s license with you when you return. A late fee of $1 per minute per child will be assessed for children remaining after 10 pm.
At pick up, ALL parents will be required to show their driver’s license or their club member key tag (if you write it in on the sign in sheet) before having their child(ren) released to them. Please remember that the signature/name/number on the sign in will need to match the license/member number of parent picking up.
Available to children ages 2 – 13 years of age.
Full payment is required at the time of registration. Fees are not refundable for cancellations within 24 hours of the start of PNO. Registration will close at noon the day of PNO.
The Club closes at 8 pm. If you need to reach the staff working with the PNO program between 8-10 pm you may call the counselor’s number given at the time of drop off.
Requirements for Swimming:
In the interest of safety, PNO attendees who will be swimming must be 5 and older and able to pass the Swim Test at GFSAC (swim 25m and tread water for 1 minute) or must wear a flotation device during our free swim time. At the discretion of PNO staff, attendees may be tested and given float belts accordingly.
Below is some very important information so please read all info through carefully!
With the state of North Caroline in “Phase 2” of slowing easing the COVID-19 restrictions, we must be in accordance with this executive order. Day camps and programs for children may operate only if we are in full compliance with the “Interim Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Guidance for Day Camps or Program Settings Serving Children and Teens.” Which means in order for this camp to be successful we all need to work together to make sure we are all in compliance with this order, before, during and after the camp day.
Anyone showing signs of illness of any kind or who may have been exposed to COVID-19 should not be in the day camp facility.
Symptoms of COVID-19:
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Additional symptoms include chills, loss of taste or smell, vomiting/diarrhea (children only). While symptoms in children are similar in adults, children have milder symptoms.
*Fever is determined by a reading 100.4 or higher or by subjective signs such as flushed cheeks, fatigue, extreme fussiness, chills, shivering, sweating, achiness, not eating or drinking.
Preventing the spread of the virus in the camp facility:
- We will follow social distancing strategies, and as much as possible, have campers stay 6 feet apart.
- Floors will be marked to remind campers to stay 6 feet apart.
- We will be following proper hygiene guidance for adults and children such as washing hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
- Face coverings
- Staff members will wear face coverings when in the day camp facility and when unable to maintain at least 6 feet distance outdoors
- Campers can wear face coverings when feasible.
- Follow CDC Guidance for wearing cloth face coverings.
- Staff will be encouraging campers to avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth. Covering coughs and sneezes with a tissue or elbow.
- Hand sanitizing products with 60% alcohol will be used in lieu of handwashing when outdoors if hands are washed upon return indoors. Hand sanitizer will be stored out of reach of children when not in use.
Children who develop symptoms during the day:
- If a child develops any symptoms of COVID-19, parents will be notified immediately requesting pick-up as soon as possible.
- While waiting for a sick child to be picked up, staff will stay with the child in a room isolated from others.
Campers and staff should be excluded from camp until they can answer YES to all of the following questions if they believe they have/had COVID-19 or any illness:
Has it been at least 10 days since you first had symptoms?
Have you been without a fever for three days (72 hours) without any medicine for fever?
Has it been three days since you symptoms have improved?
Daily Health Screening:
Please review these questions with yourself and children before drop off at camp. A staff member may also ask these questions upon drop off:
- Do you or do any of the children you are dropping off have a fever, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, new loss of taste or smell, vomiting or diarrhea?
- Have you or any of the children you are dropping off:
- Had any of these symptoms since last time you were here?
- Been in contact with anyone with a fever, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, new loss of taste or smell, vomiting or diarrhea?
- Potentially been exposed to COVID-19 or have reason to believe you/they have COVID-19?
Screen children by:
- Make visual inspection of the camper for signs of infections such as flushed cheeks, fatigue, or irritability.
- Conduct temperature screening using a touchless thermometer.