As summer comes to a close, the fall festival season is now beginning. Here’s a look at the upcoming festivals this weekend in the Mid-Atlantic.
Wine, beer, cider, two bands, food and craft vendors all come together Sept. 10 around the cozy firepits at the Christopher Run Campground on the shores of Lake Anna. Camping is available. The beautiful sunset is free!
Sept. 10, noon-6pm at the Garrett County Fairgrounds. Visit the breathtaking mountains of Western Maryland for the12th annual event! Artisans, more than 200 wines for tasting and purchase, silent auction, entertainment, food, and fun.
Head for the sprawling and beautiful grounds of the Hershey Farm Restaurant & Inn in Strasburg on Sept. 10 to join the yearly fun celebrating one of Lancaster County’s delicious and world-famous Pennsylvania Dutch confectionery icons in a big way through games, contests, music, and general culinary merriment.
Sept. 10, 10am-2pm in historic downtown Georgetown. A juried even with artists, art leagues, and guilds PLUS a fantastic event for foodies . Enjoy carriage rides, a puppet show for kids, pumpkin painting, hayrides,and tons of fresh food!
Sept. 10, 9am-5pm in historic downtown Sykesville. A new twist on a timeless tradition, the Sykesville Harvest Festival is guaranteed to be a wonderful day for the whole family. Local craft and food vendors, a fun FREE Kids Zone, and live entertainments.
The Northern Appalachian Folk Festival, held annually the weekend after Labor Day in Downtown Indiana, Pa., celebrates the art and culture of the region with free live music, exhibits and demonstrations, workshops and vendors.
Sept. 10 features a a host of events throughout the county including the Outdoor Heritage Festival at Ryerson Station State Park in Wind Ridge, PA; 50s Fest and Car Cruise in Downtown Waynesburg; and the Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League Expo at the Greene County Fairgrounds.