Charlottesville Alert

acac Crozet and acac Pantops will be closed from 7:00pm on Friday, August 17 – 7:00am on Saturday, August 18th for network updates. Crozet and Pantops members are welcome to use acac Albemarle Square or acac Downtown anytime on Friday or Saturday.

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The Albemarle Square Aquatics Center will be closed from Monday, August 20 – Saturday, August 25 for yearly maintenance. Members are encouraged to use the Waterpark or acac Downtown during this time. Click here for more information.

acac Dogtoberfest 2017

WE HAVE REACHED CAPACITY FOR THIS EVENT! THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO RSVP’D! SEE YOU ALL NEXT YEAR!

Bring your dog for an end-of-season swim at the acac Waterpark and support the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA & other local vendors!

acac DOGTOBERFEST 2017

date: Sunday, October 1
time: 2:00pm – 4:00pm
location: acac Waterpark | 200 Four Seasons Drive, Charlottesville, VA
cost: $10 cash donation per adult includes one dog | $10 for one additional adult & dog (max. 2 dogs)
-kids 18 and under are free
-non-members are welcome!
-family/adult admission includes free dog goody bag & raffle entry
RSVP’s have been shutdown…we have reached capacity!  See you all next year!

Take a Swim | All four legged friends are welcome to swim and splash in their designated off-leash areas (baby pool: 25 pounds and under | beach-entry: 25 pounds and over).
Photography | Following the event, be sure to checkout our acac Facebook page for photos!
Dogtoberfest Food & Drink | Grab n’ Go items like chips, candy, ice cream, etc.; soft drinks, and beer will be available for purchase at our poolside acac cafe.
Help area animals in need | All proceeds will be donated to the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA!
Local Vendors | Enjoy visiting with a few of our favorite local pet-friendly vendors!
Raffle | Enter to WIN a variety of prizes!

For more information, email Meg at meganwe@acac.com or Molly at maryros@acac.com.

*There is one dog limit per adult and two dog maximum per two adults.
*Dogs should arrive on leash and must be spayed or neutered and up-to-date on vaccines.