Survival Training Days
Individual Survival Training Days
Join with your parks and recreation department to prepare yourself to stay alive while learning skills that will be useful for years to come!
Survive an obstacle course of challenges including, but not limited to, Knot Tying, Water Carry, Bull’s-eye Bonanza, Straw Maze, and Mud Mayhem.
- September 8th – Frank Liske Park in Cabarrus County
10:00-11:00 Registration and Training
12:00 Games begin
- September 15th – Belk Tonawanda Park in Monroe in Union County
- September 15th – Dan Nicholas Park in Salisbury in Rowan County
1:00 – 4:00 pm
- September 22nd – Rock Creek Park in Albemarle in Stanly County
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Final Challenge & Event @ the Arena – October 13 @ 10:00 am
The Hunger Games are all about survival of the fittest. Do you feel you have what it takes to survive the Final Challenge? As volunteers from your district, you have prepared and trained to enter the Cabarrus Arena for a gauntlet of challenges, puzzles, and physical trials. You will brave mud, water and other elements as you compete to be the last standing tribute for your district. Begins at 10:00 am and challenges continue throughout the day.
After the final challenge we’ll award prizes for all of our contests, including watching the winning entries in the short film contest.
View The Hunger Games movie on a big screen @ the Arena with fellow Panem fans! After the Final Challenge and award ceremony, settle in for a viewing of the movie.