Loudoun County Fair

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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.
ISBN: 9781467123563
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: Virginia
Series: Images of America
Images: 192
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Stephanie Briley Fidler, a reading specialist for Loudoun County Public Schools, has immersed herself in the world of the Loudoun County Fair as secretary of the fair committee, a volunteer at the fair, and a parent supporter of the 4-H. The photographs used in this book are courtesy of past fair volunteers, 4-H alumni, and members of the community.
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