Come celebrate the 50th annual Page County Heritage Festival on October 12th and 13th.
A family-oriented weekend that revisits the days of yesteryear in the Shenandoah Valley, the festival is held at the Page Valley Agricultural and Industrial Fair Grounds in Luray during the peak of the beautiful fall foliage season.
Hundreds of crafters will give all-day demonstrations of spinning, crochet, apple-butter boiling, tole painting, oil painting, basket making, wheel thrown pottery, blacksmiths and more.
Families enjoying the Page County Heritage Festival 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 delicious treats.
The Heritage Festival also hosts a variety of live entertainment – all of which are in indoor venues with plenty of seating available. And let’s not forget about the little ones. Children can joyfully partake in 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 is a one-of-a-kind spectacle. Watch log sawing, feed grinding and corn chopping all powered by steam and antique tractors. There will be numerous small antique engines, antique automobiles and tractors on display – all in running condition! Plus, the Festival will host an awesome Antique Tractor Pull.
For more information, visit www.pagecountyheritage.com