30th Annual Midlothian Village Day Festival this Saturday

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The 30th Annual Midlothian Village Day Festival & Craft Fair will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2011.

The Festival is a community day filled with fun activites for the whole family. There will be crafters, community booths, games, inflatables, entertainment, food vendors, a raffle, silent auction and more!

Festival Hours: 10am to 3pm
Location:    Midlothian Middle School
13501 Midlothian Turnpike
Midlothian, VA 23113

The Midlothian Village Day Festival is held every year on the 3rd Saturday in October. There is no cost for admission to the Festival.

Games and inflatables are available for the children. Tickets must be purchased from the MJWC Ticket Booth. Ticket prices are 4 tickets from $1.00.

Games for children are 75¢ each (3 tickets)
Inflatables are $2.00 each (8 tickets)
Unlimited(from 10am-3pm) inflatable ride pass is $5.00

Food is available for purchase from concession stands located in the gymnasium parking lot. There is an assortment of food to choose from: usually there are hot dogs, hamburgers, cotton candy, sodas, etc. Cost ranges from $1 to $5 (approximately). Take a look at the Food Vendors page for a listing of food available at this year’s Festival!

Live entertainment occurs throughout the day. We have had bands, jump rope groups, gymnastics teams, martial arts demonstrations, and more. Check out the stage and see who’s up next!

Area crafters and retail consultants have booths in front of the school building. Please browse through their wares and get some of your holiday shopping out of the way early! Crafter booths have hand-made items and retail goods – go to the Crafters page to see a list.

here is also a raffle and silent auction sponsored by the Midlothian Junior Women’s Club. Information about both can be found at the MJWC Ticket Booth and Information Tent.

The Festival is sponsored each year by the Midlothian Junior Women’s Club.  The proceeds from the Festival support the Cinderella Dreams Project and are donated to community organizations such as Richmond Friends of the Homeless, ASK, Freedom House, FeedMore and many more.


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