Jubilee in the Breaks - More Info

May 23-May 25

State Route 80
Breaks, VA 24607

Website: www.jubileeinthebreaks.com
Phone: (606) 437-0116
E-mail: garychaney@suddenlink.net

This is a 3-day gospel music event. Concessions available. We feature some of the finest in southern and bluegrass gospel music. Admission is free, love offerings are taken daily. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy.The park offers motels, cabins, campgrounds, scenic overlooks, pools, picnic areas, paddleboats, convention center and museum, Make your plans to attend.

The Breaks Interstate Park is the perfect family vacation destination. See the beauty that has been created to become the Grand Canyon of the South. Visit the website for more information.

Clinch River Days Festival - More Info

May 28-May 30

16645 Riverside Drive
St. Paul, VA 24283

Website: www.clinchriverfestival.com
Phone: (276) 762-5544

Every year the town of St. Paul comes alive with the flavors of the region during Clinch River Days. Highlights: river and railroad lore and history; photography; symphony and bluegrass; carnival rides and games; educational wetlands; nature walks, mussel walks, birding walks, & canoeing; live music; car shows; contests; and samplings from local vineyards and craft breweries. Celebrate a scenic river that is home to rare & endangered fresh water mussels & more varieties of fish than any river in Virginia. One of Virginia's newest designated bird and wildlife regions. Schedule a canoe trip, take in a fishing demonstration, or hike on the eight miles of maintained trails along the Clinch River. Nearby is Lake Estonoa, a nationally acclaimed student-based wetlands and outdoor educational center. Many new events and activities have been added to this year's offering - there's something for everyone at the Clinch River Festival!

Greater Richlands Area Festival - More Info

Jun 16-Jun 20

1413 Front St.
Richlands, VA 24641

Phone: (276) 963-3385
E-mail: richlandschamber@roadrunner.com

The 5 day Festival kicks off with the James H Drew Carnival, Tuesday -June 16th & Wed. June 17th.  - 4 to11pm . Unlimited rides at one price $15.  

Thurs. June 18th Carnival rides continue from 4 to 11pm. Unlimited rides for $15.

Friday - June 19th Carnival Rides - Unlimited $20.

 The Festival wraps up on Saturday, June 20th -Carnival rides FREE - from 12 noon to 1 pm; 1pm-12midnight Unlmited rides for $20. 

11am-12 noon Minds Wide Open: Children and Arts, Farmers Market sponsored by CART.  Pre-school to 5th grade.  Free to all students.

1pm - Fun Pet Show sidelawn of Richlands Police Department.  

Various music performances throughout the week - Front parking lot, Richlands Police Dept. 

For further information, please call the Richlands Area Chamber of Commerce.  

Check back for updates as the event date gets closer.

 

 

Bluefield VA Autumn Jamboree - More Info

Sep 12

400 Virginia Ave
Bluefield, VA 24605

Website: www.bluefieldva.org
Phone: (276) 322-4628
E-mail: hampton@bluefieldva.org

This 36th annual event is being held the second Saturday in September in downtown Bluefield, VA.  Vendors set up with crafts, food, and fun.  You will find plenty of activity and events for big and small. 

Special Events During the Day Include:

  • 5K Deer Walk/Run
  • 3-D Archery Shoot & Black Powder Shoot-off 8 to Noon at Graham Rec. Park,
  • Classic Car Show
  • Apple Butter making at Ebenezer Methodist Church,
  • Cake Walk,
  • Tractor Hay Ride,
  • Art Contest,
  • Essay Contest,
  • Bingo for Cancer & Drug Abuse,
  • Amateur Photography Contest,
  • Music,
  • Fireworks concludes the events at dark

 

Cedar Bluff Heritage Festival - More Info

Sep 19

Main Street
Cedar Bluff, VA 24609

Website: www.visittazewellco.org
Phone: (276) 964-4889
E-mail: managercedarbluff@roadrunner.com

The annual Cedar Bluff Heritage Festival has an exciting line-up of musical performances that will entertain festival goers from three stages, and many artists, craftsmen, antique dealers and food vendors will fill the historic downtown area. Cedar Bluff will begin the celebration on Friday evening before the festival with music, food, and more, all located at the Cedar Bluff Fire Station on Cedar Valley Drive.

The 2015 festival will again highlight the rich heritage of Cedar Bluff.  Always the third Saturday in September, the Cedar Bluff Heritage Festival attracts thousands of visitors and 200 vendors each year. Vendors are encouraged to pre-register to obtain exhibit space. For additional information or to register for the festival contact the Town of Cedar Bluff, Box 807, Cedar Bluff, VA 24609, PHONE (276) 964-4889, FAX (276) 964-2045

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