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August 29, 2016

Vint Hill Fall Festival slated Saturday, Sept. 24

File Photo/Jordan Koepke
The second annual Vint Hill Fall Festival again will feature Camelot Classic Cars.
The second-annual Vint Hill Fall Festival will take place 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24.

The free-to-attend event will feature more than 150 vendors and exhibitors for a day of food and fun.
 
The inaugural festival last year drew more than 3,000 people. Vint Hill just concluded a series of six block parties that drew several hundred people each.

“The block party series hit its marks, offering local residents a casual atmosphere to relax, enjoy treats from local and regional food trucks and gather here in Vint Hill,” said Vint Hill Village LLC President Ed Moore. “The fall festival is the ideal follow-up to a summer of casual fun. We already have topped last year’s numbers in terms of vendors, and have secured more food trucks and several new additions.”
 
Mr. Moore said this year’s festival will have eight to 10 food trucks, multiple dessert trucks and up to 150 retail, craft and service vendors. The event will feature Camelot Classic Cars, a bee hive demonstration by Sweet Virginia Foundation, multiple petting zoos, children’s activities, unicyclists, belly dancers, Zumba for kids and musical performances by Kings Park, Leon Rector, Organized Madness and others.
For more information, visit www.vinthill.com.

> Click here to read about Vint Hill’s history.

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