The Lucketts Fair

at the Lucketts Community Center, 42361 Lucketts Road, Leesburg VA

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703-771-8251

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August 15-16, 2015 | 9am-5pm | Rain or Shine | $5. Children under 6 years old are free

Re-Discover The Lucketts Fair, a family friendly event which honors Lucketts’ agrarian roots. Enjoy Bluegrass music all weekend under the gazebo, thrill at the Border Collies herding sheep, take a load off and ride a horse drawn hayride, let the little ones loose in the hay maze, squish grapes and sample the juice, dominate the mechanical bull, dance with the cloggers, visit with authors in the Reader’s Garden, shop at the juried crafters and artisans, explore for antiques, refuel on great fair food, squeeze some apple cider and so much more!

Join in the fun by entering the Best Fruit Pie, the Largest Vegetable and the Best Dressed Vegetable contests. Don’t miss the cake walk. Winners take home an amazing homemade cake. The Bakery is back and beckons you into the Old School auditorium for freshly baked goodies and a cup of knock your socks off coffee.

Visit with local non-profit organizations to learn about ways they give back to the Lucketts community. Groups including The Journey Through Hallowed Ground, Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy, Equine Rescue League, Loudoun Beekeepers among others demonstrate their missions through activities.

Bring the entire family, young, old and everyone in between. Stay the weekend, each day offers new country flavored delights.

Activities & Entertainment

Fiddles play and banjos ring all weekend at our Bluegrass Gazebo. Folks come from all over the Mid Atlantic area to enjoy the “Music Made in America”. Sit in the shade with your lemonade, tap your toes and and even dance a lick if you’re so inclined. On the Community Center Stage, the Blue Ridge Thunder Cloggers will tap and stomp there way into your hearts. They entertain then invite you to join them on the stage for a fun introduction to the traditional dance of clogging.
The Lucketts Fair is a fantastic ensemble of entertainment, enrichment and education. Wise craking Stiltwalkers breeze through the grounds, pony rides and other barnyard animals await the wee people, while the horse drawn hayride of Temple Hall Farm takes families for a spin around the eld. Border collies and their handlers will demonstrate their skill at herding sheep. You can try you hand at taming the mechanical bull. Local authors will discuss and sign their books in the Reader’s Garden. You can talk to experts about grapes and hops . Visit with many local non prots to learn what they are doing in the Lucketts community.
Stop by the Lucketts Community Center Advisory Board tent to purchase mementoes of the Fair. For a quarter you can enter the Cake Walk. For FREE you will marvel at the largest Zuchinni and Tomato contest held under the Lucketts Community Center Advisory Board tent. For the real ambitious, enter our Great Fruit Pie Baking Contest. It’ll be judged by real pastry chefs. Cool prizes for winners in Junior and Senior divisions. Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum returns with their beloved antique tractors, interactive displays and hay maze for the pint-sized fair goers.

August 15 Activities & Entertainment
  • 9:00 am - 1:00 pm - Reader's Garden

    Will be on hand to to sell, sign and discuss their books: Eric Buckland Carol Cole Robert F. Dorr Jessica James Barbara Mendoza David Reimer Karen Schaufeld Kurt Schwartz

  • 10:00 am - Patuxent Partners (Gazebo)

    Since 1975, the Patuxent Partners have brought their exciting brand of bluegrass music to festivals, dances, concerts, and special events throughout the mid-Atlantic region.

  • 10:50 am - Jim & Valerie Gabehart (Gazebo)

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  • 11:40 am - The Scott Brannon Band (Gazebo)

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  • noon - 3:00 pm - Traveling Balloon Man

  • 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm - Reader's Garden

    Will be on hand to to seel, sign and discuss their books: Eric Buckland, Moira Donohue, Robert F. Dorr, Jacqueline Jules, Michael Pettigre, David Reimer, and Lindsay Wagner.

  • 1:00 pm - The Blue Ridge Thunder Cloggers (Community Center Stage)

    Clogging is a truly American dance form that began in the Appalachian Mountains and now enjoys widespread popularity throughout the US and around the world. You may nd yourself invited on the stage clogging with this engaging group of dancers.

  • 2:00 pm - Deadline for entries for contests

    Great Fruit Pie Baking Contest, the Largest Zucchini and Tomato Contests and the Best Dressed Vegetable Contests are all held at the Lucketts Community Center Advisory Board tent on the south lawn. Judging starts at 2:15 with winners announced at 3: 30. For more details

  • 3:00 pm - The Blue Ridge Thunder Cloggers (Community Center Stage)

  • 3:00 pm - Magician

  • All Day - In front of the Old Schoolhouse

    The Lucketts Fair Cake Walk, The Lovettsville Advisory Board presents Sand Art, Habitat for Humanity, Equine Rescue League, Journey Through Hallowed Ground, Loudoun Beekeepers, Loudoun Master Gardeners, Smarts Mill Middle School, Humane Society of Loudoun County, Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy, Keep Loudoun Beautiful, 350 Loudoun.

  • All Day - In back of the Old Schoolhouse

    All Day In back of the Old Schoolhouse Horse drawn hayrides, hay bale maze, Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum interactive exhibit, Viticulture exhibit featuring grape squeezing, antique tractors, Faith Like Mustard Seed Farm exhibit, Frank Graves the Blacksmith, pony rides and petting zoo in the shady woods, face painting.

August 16 Activities & Entertainment
  • 9:00 am - 1:00 pm - Reader's Garden

    Will be on hand to to sell, sign and discuss their books: Eric Buckland Carol Cole Robert F. Dorr Jessica James Barbara Mendoza David Reimer Karen Schaufeld Kurt Schwartz

  • 10:00 am - 4:00pm - Stilt Walker

  • 10:00 am - 4:00 pm - Mechanical Bull

    In the field behind the Old Schoolhouse.

  • 10:00 am, Noon and 2pm - Sheepdog Herding Demonstration

    Handlers and Border Collies work together to herd sheep through gates and into pens.

  • 10:50 am - Jim & Valerie Gabehart (Gazebo)

    This text just holds space for this Bluegrass band brought their exciting brand of bluegrass music to festivals, dances, concerts, and special events throughout the mid-Atlantic region.

  • 11:40 am - The Scott Brannon Band (Gazebo)

    This text just holds space for this Bluegrass band brought their exciting brand of bluegrass music to festivals, dances, concerts, and special events throughout the mid-Atlantic region.

  • noon - 3:00 pm - Traveling Balloon Man

  • 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm - Reader’s Garden

    Will be on hand to to seel, sign and discuss their books: John Anderson, Eric Buckland, Carole Cole, Robert F. Dorr, Robert O’Connor, David Reimer and John Wren.

  • All Day - In front of the Old Schoolhouse

    The Lucketts Fair Cake Walk, The Lovettsville Advisory Board presents Sand Art, Habitat for Humanity, Equine Rescue League, Journey Through Hallowed Ground, Loudoun Beekeepers, Loudoun Master Gardeners, Smarts Mill Middle School, Humane Society of Loudoun County, Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy, Keep Loudoun Beautiful, 350 Loudoun.

  • All Day - In back of the Old Schoolhouse

    All Day In back of the Old Schoolhouse Horse drawn hayrides, hay bale maze, Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum interactive exhibit, Viticulture exhibit featuring grape squeezing, antique tractors, Faith Like Mustard Seed Farm exhibit, Frank Graves the Blacksmith, pony rides and petting zoo in the shady woods, face painting.

Vendors

The Lucketts Fair is known for the huge oering of high quality, juried crafters. From hand-hewn bowls and utensils to nely fashioned jewelry to
slip carved stoneware. Visit eighteen antique dealers from around the metro area who invite you to nd treasures amid the fun jumble. The Country Store in the
shady forest can ll your gift baskets with items like locally brewed hot sauces, soup mixes, pooch accessories, jewelry, silk scarves and French linens
just to name a few!

Juried Crafters

 

Country Store

 

Antiques

Elk Run
InterNutritionals, LLC
Sungold Crafts
Hannah Jean Metalworks
Wood Eye Wood Products
Sally Biondi Watercolors
Bruce Ciske Pottery
Michalene’s Goat Milk Soap
Madiera
Fire Robin Pottery
Troy Montana Jewelry
Paul Dannecker
Designs by Melisa
Old House Crafts
Honers Handwoven Baskets
Black Cat Jewelry and Cards
Larry’s Handmade Brooms
Designs by Grace
Fantasy and Things
Uncomoon Knits
Jerusalem Carvings
Simply Sea
Rennaissance Lavendar
Pottery by Sonny Fletcher
The Parsonage Handmade Soap
  Sequoia Springs
Richard Derro
Supreme Accents
Temalle Ltd.
Ted and Judy Roberts
Laurina Holte
Craft Special
ONice
PLH Collection
Litlle Pine Creek Potpouri
Kendalls Woodcuttery
Things from Home
Beautifully Beaded
Chile Man
Smiley Crafts
Gochenour’s Woodcraft
Soft Expressions
Falling Bark Farm
Janice’s Table
Gypsy Hill
Lorelei’s
Timeless Kitchen Polish Pottery
Back to the Basiks
Greystone Products
Cathy’s Comy Coats and Cushions
Refuned Creations
Whole Grain Goods
ETC’s Tie Dyes
Gingerbread Cottage and Country Candles
Isabelle Glass
Van’s Crafts
Kathy’s Braided Rugs
The Larkin Tea Company
Bridget Foster
K9 Collars
Second Chance Glass
DIY Floral Creations
New Earth Frames
And so on and so on and so on...
  Southern Comfort Boutique
Vintage Linens
Beyond the Glitter
Cockley’s Antiques
Cherry Soaked Limes
J&L Antiques
Sawyer Antiques
The Ladybug and Company
Artemis Ltd.
Classy Treasures
2 Todd Antiques
Broncante
Caje Antiques
Architecture and Artifacts LLC
Tammy Woldorf Antiques
Antiques Estate Collections
Anne’s Antiques

Food

When your tummy is growling check out the array of food vendors at the Fair. There are many to choose from oering cuisine to make the growl go away!
You’ve heard “Life is too short. Eat dessert rst” . That applies to the the Lucketts Elementary School PTA’s famous hand churned ice cream and The Bakery in the
Old Schoolhouse auditorium.

FOOD VENDORS

Agin’ Cajan’s Back Porch
Anita’s Frozen Cotton Candy
BSA Troop 1910
Gosia’s Pierogies
I Love Thai
Hand churned Ice Cream by the Lucketts Elementary School PTA
MacBrand Foods
Mt. Musser Kettle Corn
Nader’s Bistro
Ruritan Pit Beef
Sherrie’s Crab Cakes
Sweets & Eats by Greeks
The Bakery in the Old Schoolhouse auditorium

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    Lucketts Community Center

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      Lucketts Community Center  42361 Lucketts Road  Leesburg VA 20176, USA

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      No pets, No alcohol

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