A grand time in Bluemont
Patrons can enjoy crafts, live music, homebaked goods, a 10K race, pony rides, clowns, an antique car show, train exhibits and a petting zoo … just to name a few.
In addition to the good times, employees of Bolder Crest Retreat, a recently opened facility for wounded warriors, will be offering open tours during the fair.
Sponsored by the Bluemont Citizens Association, proceeds from the fair will be used for street lighting, local student scholarships, community beautification, historic building improvements with the village and support for local government services.
Gracing the fair's publicity poster this year is winning artwork by local area artist Anna Billman. Billman has been a resident of Bluemont since 2004.
If you go:
The Bluemont Fair will be held Sept. 21-22 at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains on Route 734 off Route 7. Admission is $5 and children ages 10 and under are free. For more information, visit http://www.bluemontfair.org or call 540-554-2374.
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