SVSGEA Steam Show is back in Berryville

The Shenandoah Valley Steam and Gas Engine Association Steam Show is back in Berryville this weekend.

The festivities started yesterday at the Clarke County Fairgrounds and will continue through Sunday with activities for the whole family.

This year will feature Oliver tractors, Galloway engines, and White trucks.

There will also be live demonstrations, craft and food vendors, and live music from Bryan Sheppard tonight.

This evening will also include the always popular horse pull competition.

Tomorrow will be the second tractor pull of the weekend, with the first having taken place on Friday.

Children under 12 are free and can compete in the pedal tractor pull each day of the show at 2 pm.

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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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DogtoberFest Block Party

Broken Window Brewing Company is hosting their 2nd annual DogtoberFest today from noon to 6 pm.

This block-party style event will take place on Boscawen Street which will be closed to traffic for the duration of the festival.

This event is designed to have fun while matching up potential dog owners with their future furry friends.

Numerous animal rescue groups will be on hand with adoptable dogs ready to go.

There will also be plenty of food and beverage vendors, live music, and local pet businesses will be present with anything you might need for your pet.

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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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BRWC 2nd annual WildFest

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The Blue Ridge Wildlife Center’s 2nd Annual WildFest is today from 11 am to 4 pm at the Clarke County Fairgrounds.

This celebration of everything wild will feature visits from their animal ambassadors, prizes, interactive games and activities, and food vendors.

The event is free but donations are highly encouraged.

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Belle Grove’s annual wine fest has returned

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Belle Grove Plantation’s Annual Wine Fest will kick off today starting at 11 am and will wrap up at 6 pm.

The event will feature wine, cider, and mead from across Virginia as well as a few local breweries and distilleries.

Live music will be playing all day thanks to the Gingerfunk Allstars and the Elizabeth Lawrence Band.

A chef’s demo will also be held along with plenty of food and merchandise vendors.

Tickets are $30 at the gate and tasters will receive a souvenir glass.

Options are available for non-drinkers as well.

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Middletown’s 11th annual car show

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Middletown will host the 11th annual car, truck, and tractor show Sunday from 10 am to 3 pm on Main Street.

This year’s event could have record numbers once again after last year’s show topped over 300 cars.

No preregistration is necessary and the categories include 1900-1980, 1980-present, and best tractor with prizes for each category.

License plates commemorating Middletown’s 225th anniversary will be available for purchase.

Proceeds from those sales and the car show go towards future Fourth of July celebrations for the town.

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Barns of Rose Hill community celebration

Barns of Rose Hill is hosting a free community celebration for their 10 year anniversary.

Starting at 5 pm in Downtown Berryville, there will be activities for the whole family including a magician, petting zoo, face painting, free ice cream and more.

Food vendors will also be onsite.

Then the evening will conclude with a performance from Grammy nominee Cheick Hamala Diabate and his band.

Diabate is world renowned in the ngoni, which is similar to the banjo.

For more information on the celebration, visit their website.

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Steam Show returns to Clarke County

The Steam Show by Shenandoah Valley Steam and Gas Engine Association is back at the Clarke County Fairgrounds this weekend.

This years show will feature Minneapolis Moline Tractors and equipment, Olds gas engines, REO trucks, as well as the usual fan favorites like the flea market, a threshing demonstration, food vendors and more.

The festivities started yesterday with a tractor pull.

Today will feature the horse pull with live music tonight starting at 8 pm featuring Bryan Sheppard and Allen Boyd.

Tomorrow’s events include the parade at noon, followed by the farm stock tractor pull at 1:30. Admission costs $7 today and $5 tomorrow.

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Just Love Community Fair brings family fun

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What’s New Worship hosts Just Love Community Fair this Sunday from noon to 6 pm at Frederick County Fairgrounds.

This free family event will include pony rides, a mechanical bull, obstacle courses, music, food vendors, and appearances by some of our favorite cartoon characters.

All of the attractions are free thanks to numerous local businesses and individuals with a small fee for food.

The inspiration for this event comes from the Christian ideals of giving without asking for anything in return.

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