The Aldie Harvest Festival was awarded Visit Loudoun's prestigious "Tourism Event of the Year" award for 3000+ visitors, in both 2010 and 2013
The Festival celebrates our rural heritage and provides a great way to spend a few hours browsing some fabulous finds.
Vendor tents will line the village from one end to the other along Rt. 50. Shop for fine vintage treasures; special antiques including furniture items; quality crafts; great food, jewelry, arts & collectibles.
Visitors can tour the historic Aldie Mill and see the waterwheels grind corn; stroll thru the village from one end to the other. Enjoy antiques, art, wine tastings; legendary sandwiches and baked goods from Little Apple Pastry shop; special menu at Brassicas Farm Market & Cafe; Red Hots at Our Redeemer Church; Kettle Corn, Funnel Cakes, Crepes, BBQ, Caramel Apples, and other tempting treats. The noted Stonewall Brigade will be on hand as 17th Mississippi Regiment reenactors to demonstrate and discuss local Civil War events. The famous Aldie Duck Race is back again!
Participating merchants will offer special sales to commemorate the celebration. The Aldie Methodist Church will again be serving their famous sit-down lunch and hosting a bake sale, craft sale, and yard sale. Plenty of $5 parking on the east end of town next to Our Redeemer Church and Aldie Methodist Church. Food, entertainment, fun for the kids, and unique shopping finds. So...
Come to Aldie, VA on October 17th, 2015 for a day of family fun in the country!