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September 22, 2016

35th Remington Fall Festival set Saturday, Oct. 8

File Photo/Ryan Thodal
Eighty exhibitors and vendors line Main Street at last year’s Remington Fall Festival.
The 35th annual Remington Fall Festival will take place Saturday, Oct. 8.

More than 80 exhibitors and vendors have booths on Main Street from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Attractions and exhibitors will include the Remington Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department’s Fall Bash fundraiser, a display from the Cold War Museum, the NOVEC Safety Demo Trailer and pet adoptions. Children’s activities will include face painting and sand art.

The festival will feature more than seven hours of live entertainment, including a dance presentation, karate demonstration, country music, bluegrass music and southern rock.

The many food options will include breakfast at the Remington Baptist Church from 7 to 11 a.m., a food court, along sweet treats such as funnel cakes and ice cream.

The annual Southern Fauquier Business Owners Association Duck Race will take place on the Rappahannock river at 3 p.m. Proceeds will fund scholarships.

At dusk, the movie “Ghostbusters” will be shown in the Community Garden.

Volunteers working for the betterment and economic development of Remington organize the annual festival. For more information, visit the Remington Fall Festival Facebook page.

> Slideshow from 2014 Remington Fall Festival



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