Saturday, September 14, 2019 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Planning continues for this special event. Please check this page often as we get more activities and demonstrations for everyone to enjoy.
Mess Hall Main Stage:
American Bombshells - Returning for the third year. They offer a blend of 1930's, 1940's and military patriotic music. Music is performed in the style of the Andrew Sisters. American Patriotic Services is a 501(c)(3) organization with a mission to serve and honor our nation’s Military, Veterans, First Responders and their Families by supporting and creating unique programs that Raise Morale, Entertain, and Inspire Patriotism.The American Bombshells provide cost free entertainment for military hospitals and bases, service dogs for veterans with PTSD, suit drives for transitioning veterans, and many other services for our Nation's heroes. American Bombshells
Grassland Bluegrass Band - Performing for the first time at Heritage Festival. Grassland has something for everyone while keeping to the bluegrass traditions of Flatt & Scruggs, The Stanley Brothers, and Bill Monroe. Grassland Bluegrass Band
Wicked Olde - From Big Walter Horton to Hank Williams, Sr., Jackson Browne to Bill Monroe, Bluegrass to Blues, Pop to Fold, Old-timey and Appalachian standards thats nostalgic and reels that'll blow your socks off. Wicked Olde
Civilian Conservation Corps Crafts:
Blacksmithing by Black Forest Artworks
World War Two Memories:
Children's Crafts & Games:
Abrakadoodle Art Education - Eileen Moore
More Adventures to explore:
Local museums will be talking about their connection to the community.
More to come!!
The Company Store:
Entering the park for any other use requires an entrance fee of $15.00 or a valid Annual Pass. Active Duty Military can pick up their FREE annual entrance pass to all National Parks.
Food: There will be a food vendor available for the day.
Directions: Event will be hosted at historic cabin camp 4 located on Pleasant Rd. and VA-234 in Dumfries, VA. Exit 152 on I-95 travel west on VA-234 for 2 miles. Make a left onto Pleasant Rd. follow the signs for parking. Parking will be in the ball field at cabin camp 1 and you will take a quick shuttle bus to the event site. Handicapped visitors may drive directily to the event site to be dropped off.
Where is parking? Parking will be near the event. A short hay ride will get you from parking to the event.
Handicap parking? Parking will be near cabin camp 4 theater.
Can I walk? Once you have parked your car, you can hike a short, .5 mile gravel road to the event site. There will be park rangers and maps on hand to provide directions.
Can I bring my dog? Leashed pets are certainly welcome and must remain under control at all times.
Can I bring my own picnic lunch? There will be picnic tables at the event site so you are more than welcome to bring your own lunch.
Last updated: September 11, 2019