Aldie Harvest Festival was awarded Visit Loudoun's "2010 Best Event" attracting more than 3000 visitors.
The Festival celebrates our rural heritage and provides local non-profit organizations (village churches, Aldie Mill, PTA, Ruritan and the Aldie VFD) with an opportunity to raise monies to support their work.
Vendor tents will line the village from one end to the other along Rt. 50. Vendor participation is encouraged for fine vintage items, special antiques, quality crafts, food items, jewelry, arts & treasures. (Please complete application on link at left).
Visitors can tour the historic Aldie Mill and see the waterwheels grind corn; stroll thru the village from one end to the other enjoying classic rock and blues. Enjoy Helen's Country Cooking, sandwiches and baked goods from Little Apple Pastry shop, Red Hots at the Episcopal Church, Kettle Korn, ice cream, and other tempting treats. The famous Aldie Firequacker Duck Race returns!
Music once again by 4 of a Kind Plus. 17th Mississippi Regiment CSA will be on hand at the mill, along with the Blacksmith Guild demonstrations.
Participating merchants will offer special sales to commemorate the celebration. The Methodist Church will again be serving their famous sit-down lunch. Plenty of parking on the east end of town next to the Episcopal Church. Food, entertainment, fun for the kids, and unique shopping finds....
Come to Aldie on October 19th for a day of family fun in the country!