51st Annual Bluemont Fair Sept. 18-19
The 51st Annual Bluemont Fair, canceled last year due to the pandemic, is back this year – Sept. 18-19 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Bluemont Fair is a family-friendly old fashioned “Green” Country Fair featuring traditional crafts (juried), local art and authors, craft and farming demonstrations.
There will be colonial re-enactors with special activities for kids of all ages, music – traditional, blues and country – free children’s fair, farm animals, llamas and alpacas, quilt display, gardener’s shed, blacksmithing demonstration, homemade food, pie-baking/pickle-making contest, antiques and collectables.
Local wine-tasting will be available, and there will be breweries and gourmet treats. The fair also offers a Historic Slide Show.
Other offerings include Snickersville Academy – an 1825 log schoolhouse, beekeepers and hives, an antique caboose, a pre-Civil War Country Store, Farmers Market, Indian Village, model trains, and other special features to celebrate Bluemont’s triumph over a year of exceptional challenges.
The Fair is set throughout the historic village of Bluemont in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in western Loudoun. Parking is free. No pets are allowed. General admission is $10, and ages 9 and under are free. For more information go to www.BluemontFair.org.