PRLog - July 8, 2014 - LEESBURG, Va. -- The Loudoun County Fair has been part of the history and tradition of Northern Virginia for many years. Beginning in 1935, the Loudoun County Fair has been an opportunity for 4-H members to not only showcase their skills to the community, but also as an important fundraiser. It allows the public to purchase livestock directly from the source – keeping all money and profits local. The fair runs from July 21st-26th and is open all day.
The fair features a number of different events and presentations;
“We take great pride in hosting the Loudoun County 4-H members and their animals and the community at this year’s fair. The fair provides a fun filled week of activities and entertainment for the entire family. There are many things that have changed, but our community is at the center of everything we do. We are excited to provide another year of a good old country fair with the sights and smells of the good life. We believe it is a great way to get the community involved so that the agricultural aspects of Loudoun County can be preserved for future generations.”
Another huge part of the fair is that it is the culmination of months or years of hard work for the 4-H exhibitors. 4-H is often something that is passed down amongst families and by participating in the fair exhibitors and audience are becoming a part of history.
The location of the fair is at the Loudoun County Fairgrounds:
17558 Dry Mill Road
Leesburg, VA 20175