Newtown Heritage Festival returns to Stephens City

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Newtown Heritage Festival kicked off in Stephens City yesterday with the marquis events set for today.

The Newtown Commons open at 10 am with food, craft vendors, and the Festival HQ.

History lovers should check out the Newtown History Center which will be hosting four other local museums or take a free guided trolley tour of the town.

Tickets through the HQ are free but required due to limited seating on the trolley.

Live music starts at noon with the Newtown String band and continues into the evening with Gunner Heathe, A Little Too Serious, and Dunlap & Mabe.

The festival parade starts at 2 pm and will shut down a portion of Route 11 for the duration of the event.

If heading to the festival earlier, do not park along Main Street or you will be towed before the parade.

The festivities will conclude at 9 PM with a bang thanks to a fireworks display.

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Pumpkin Festival at Marker Miller Orchard

Marker Miller Orchard is hosting a Pumpkin Festival today from 9 am to 5 pm.

Guests can pick their own pumpkins from the patch or select one they have already picked.

There will also be all kinds of pumpkin foods like pumpkin pie, rolls. bars, and donuts.

Craft vendors and food trucks will also be on hand with barbeque, kettle corn, and more.

The orchards will also be open for apple picking and make sure to take a trip on their cow train for a scenic wagon ride.

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Page County Heritage Festival is back

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The Page County Heritage Festival is this weekend with a full range of events.

The festival will go from 10 am to 5 pm today and tomorrow at the Page County Fairgrounds.

There will be live bluegrass music, food and craft vendors, and more.

Sunday will have a few special events like a petting zoo and the Blue Ridge Boyz pulling will host a lawn tractor pull competition.

Tours of historical buildings that are a part of the Page County Heritage Association are available all weekend as well.

Admission to the festival is $5 for adults and $1 for children with parking included.

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SVAHF has arrived

The 2021 Shenandoah Valley Apple Harvest Festival has arrived!

The Frederick County Fairgrounds will host the event from 10 am to 5 pm today and tomorrow.

The weekend will feature plenty of activities for the whole family such as a KidsZone with Free inflatables, live music, and plenty of food, crafts, and drink vendors.

The marquis events include the Apple pie Judging Contest and the car show on Saturday and on Sunday, the Apple pie eating contest and the canine challenge course.

Admission is $10 and free for children under 10, veterans, military, and law enforcement.

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