Heritage Festival
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43rd Annual Page County Heritage Festival
Sponsored by the Page County Heritage Association

October 6-7, 2012
(Columbus Day Weekend)

10am to 5pm

Held at the Page County Fairgrounds
(
directions to the fairgrounds)

Admission is $3.00 for adults & $1.00 for children
(includes parking, attractions and entertainment)

Let us know if you are interested in renting a booth at the Festival!
Space is very limited and we are committed to offering the public a variety
of hand-crafted goods and demonstrations.  Contacting us does not
guarantee that space will be available, but please be sure to let us
know what craft(s) you would be interested in selling.

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The Page County Heritage Festival is a family-oriented weekend with fun for the whole family!  Come enjoy the weekend in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley during the peak fall foliage season.  The Heritage Festival boasts hundreds of crafters with all-day demonstrations of spinning, crochet, apple-butter boiling, tole painting, oil painting, basket making, wheel thrown pottery, blacksmiths, and more!

And what Fall Festival would be complete without good home-cooking provided by local civic organizations?  While at the Page County Heritage Festival, you will be surrounded by the smells of BBQ chicken, pulled pork sandwiches, brown beans and cornbread, country ham, chicken & dumplings, funnel cakes and a host of other treats!

The Heritage Festival also hosts a variety of live entertainment -- all of which is indoors with plenty of seating available!  And let's not forget about the kids!  Children can enjoy face-painting, a pedal tractor pull, pony rides and a barrel "train ride".

For tractor and engine enthusiasts, the Page County Heritage Festival's Steam & Gas Engine Show will be a one-of-a-kind treat for you!  Watch log sawing, feed grinding and corn chopping all powered by steam and antique tractors.  Also, enjoy the numerous small antique engines, antique automobiles and tractors on display -- all in running condition.  Introduced in 2010, the Festival now hosts an Antique Tractor Pull!

During your visit to Luray, take a tour of nearby properties owned and operated by the Page County Heritage Association.  These include the Calendine Museum, the Hamburg Store, the Mauck Meeting House, and the Massanutten One-Room School.  Read more about these historic sites.  Tours are conducted during both days of the Heritage Festival.  Proceeds from the festival go towards the maintenance of these properties.

The Page County Heritage Festival is held rain or shine!  Bus groups are welcome (with advanced notice).  There are many cabins and bed and breakfasts in the area.  Book early -- Columbus Day Weekend is a very busy time in the Shenandoah Valley!

 

Other local attractions, while so near...

- The Skyline Drive
- The
Shenandoah National Park
- The world-famous
Luray Caverns & Luray Valley Museum

 


 

Entertainment Highlights

Saturday

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Sunday

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Parade of Power (Gas/Steam Engine/Tractor Parade)...........Saturday at 12pm (noon)

Kiddie Peddle Pull.............Saturday at 2:00pm

Antique Tractor Pull...........Sunday at 2:00pm
Information about Antique Tractor Pull Events

General Tractor Rules and Etiquette


Page County Heritage Festival Photo Gallery

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Antique tractors galore!