Craft Show and Community Day at Jim Barnett Park

Tomorrow from 9 am to 5 pm, a craft show and community day will be held at Jim Barnett Park.

The event is hosted by the Kevin Riley Foundation of Hope and features a kickball tournament and a king of the kick competition for the longest kick with guest judges from Shenandoah University’s football team.

There will be plenty of activities for the kids like face painting, a magic show, balloon art, and an obstacle course by FASST Sports Training.

There will also be live DJs, a mobile smash room, food vendors, school supplies to be given away, and much more.

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SamiCon at Samuel’s Library

Library Laptop and Hot spot Lending Program

Samuel’s Public Library is hosting SamiCon today from 10 am – 4:30 pm.

As a part of Free Comic Book Day, families are invited to the library for a free comic and a day of video game themed fun.

SamiCon will feature a coding workshop from Coding Ninjas, Pokemon cookie decorating, arcade machines, escape rooms, and more.

There will also be a costume contest and performances by local magician Kevin Owens.

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40th Annual Ole Time Festival

Edinburg is holding their 40th annual Ole Time Festival.

This is one of the Shenandoah Valley’s most unique events and will take you back in time.

The festivities began Friday but the best is yet to come this weekend.

The Children’s Fun Festival will be open Saturday and Sunday and feature a petting zoo, face painting, a magic show and more.

There will be dozens of crafters making handmade goods on site including basketmakers and blacksmiths.

The Fair also gathered together some of the areas best musicians to entertain all weekend long like The Virginians, Cooters Garage Band, Matt and Dan and many more.

The weekend will culminate in the Amazing Bed Race which is exactly how it sounds.

For more information on the full list of events, head to www.EdinburgOleTImeFestival.org.

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