You can find all the key entertainment listings as well for the week.
You can always check out some of the previous years pictures at https://www.facebook.com/groups/616241245076868.
You can now buy a piece of the Loudoun County Fair history. Our fair secretary, Stephanie Fidler, has written a book entitled Loudoun County Fair.
This is one of the newest books in the Images of America series published by Arcadia.
You will be able to purchase a copy of the book at the fair, local retailer, or online. Proceeds from the book sold at the fair go right back to the fair.
Dating back to 1936, the Loudoun County Fair has been a place for the community to celebrate the agriculture of the area. Established for 4-H members to have a fair of their own, the Loudoun County Fair has provided a place, along with volunteers and the support of the community, for the children to exhibit their animals, home economics projects, and produce. After moving from Purcellville to Middleburg and then to Lincoln, the fair found a permanent home in 1956 on donated land in the Clarke’s Gap area of Loudoun County. Since the 1957 fair, a livestock auction has been added, an auditorium has been built, and new barns have been erected. Take a step back, slow down, and enjoy the history and beauty of one of Loudoun’s longest-running events, the Loudoun County Fair.
There was an incorrect statement in the Bidder’s Letter that was sent out. There WILL be poultry at the grounds during the fair and available for purchase in the auction. Sorry for the confusion and inconvenience.
Key Thursday Events
Heritage Tinsmithing Show
Reggie Rice Comedy Illusionist
Professional Bull Riding
A special thank you goes out to the following businesses.
A warm thank you to Browning Equipment of Purcellville. They have been a great supporter of the fair for many years. They are again helping out the fair in 2015 with equipment that will be used during the fair.
The fair staff was informed by multiple individuals about the inappropriate comments by the rodeo clown on Saturday night of the 2014. I have addressed these concerns, as well as mine, with the rodeo company. I have been assured that this will not happen again.
We do our best to provide clean family entertainment the entire week of the fair and this is not typical for any of our entertainers. We will continue providing great fun and entertainment for the entire family.
We appreciate your comments on how we can make improvements.
We look forward to seeing you at the 2015 Loudoun County Fair.
The Loudoun County Fair Staff