Stay in the know! Sign up to get Fauquier County news updates delivered to your inbox.
Advertise on Fauquier Now!
Do you support the $40-million middle school plan? Vote!
Free classifieds! Members can also post calendar events, news, opinions and more ... all for free! Register now!
Login · Forgot Your Password?
May 29, 2018

Remington fireman’s carnival May 30 to June 2

Photo/Hunter Baker
The Remington fireman’s carnival, the station’s largest fundraiser of the year, features about 15 rides, food, a raffle and music.
The Remington Vol. Fire and Rescue Department will celebrate its 76th year of service with the annual fireman’s carnival fundraiser Wednesday, May 30 through Saturday, June 2.

Opening at 6 p.m. each night, the carnival features approximately 15 different rides, hamburgers, hotdogs and other food items, a raffle and music.

A grand parade through Remington begins at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, June 1, starting on East Main Street.

The carnival will take place at the fairgrounds on Remington Pool Road behind M.M. Pierce Elementary.

At one time, fire stations all over Fauquier County — from Goldvein to Catlett and Marshall — had carnivals to raise funds for station operations.

As the last remaining fireman’s carnival in Fauquier County, this serves as the Remington volunteer station’s largest fundraising event of the year.

“Come out and help us so we can help you when the time comes,” said Remington Vol. Fire and Rescue President Steve Wright.

Unlimited carnival rides wristbands for sale every night — $20 per person.

The raffle will include a $1,500 grand prize drawing on Saturday at 10 p.m.

The carnival will remain open until 10 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, and until 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Member comments
To comment, please log in or register.
Facebook comments
Enter your email address above to begin receiving
news updates from via email.
Friday, February 15
Broad Run resident Peter Ballard cruises local roads in two restored models from his native UK
Friday, February 15
Parking tickets plummet, county salary supplements, colonoscopies at hospital and PEC summer fellowships
Friday, February 15
Thomas G. Wisemiller left $85,000 job Thursday, two days after Warrenton council learned of his decision
More Fauquier news
© Copyright 2011-2018

50 Culpeper Street, Suite 3
Warrenton, Virginia 20187
Crime Log
Add Your News
The Big Picture
Ellen’s Kitchen
and Garden

Real Estate
For Sale
Legal Notices
Post an Ad
Terms of Service