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Thursday
Festival Opens at 3:00pm on Main Street
Farmers Market 3-6pm
Health Fair 3-6pm
Musical Performance at 7pm

The Festival officially kicks off at 3pm with the opening of the MAIN STREET FARMERS MARKET and the Washington Health System Health Fair. The health fair will feature fun and informative healthy lifestyle presentations. The Farmers Market features the best in locally grown produce and farm fresh products and serves as a community gathering spot.

New this year, the Blue Eagle Tavern will open Thursday from
6 - 9 p.m. The tavern will offer adult libation during the evening performances. Enjoy the patriotic music with a Red, White or Brew from Miller Beer and Washington Winery.

Free tours of the David Bradford House Museum, a National Historic Landmark and home of the leader of the Whiskey Rebellion, will be offered from 3 - 6 p.m. The National Historic Landmark LeMoyne House will also be open 11 a.m - 4 p.m.

On Thursday evening July 7, the Washington Symphony Orchestra and the Washington Festival Chorale perform on the main Festival stage, kicking off three days of music. There are more than 60 voices of the Washington Festival Chorale, new to the Festival this year, will provide a choral performance beginning at
7 p.m. under the new community pavilion.

The Washington Symphony Orchestra, a community favorite at the Festival for the past six years, will follow at 8 p.m., featuring well-know Americana and patriotic music selections. The Chorale will join with the Symphony for a stirring finale to close the evening's program.


Saturday Evening

Washington Festival Chorale
7:00pm - New Community Pavilion

The Washington Festival Chorale will perform on the main Festival stage, kicking off three days of music.The more than 60 voices of the Washington Festival Chorale, new to the Festival this year, will provide a choral performance beginning at 7 p.m. under the new pavilion.

www.washingtonfestivalchorale.org

Washington Orchestra Symphony
8:00pm - New Community Pavilion

The Washington Symphony Orchestra, a community favorite at the Festival for the past six years, will follow at 8 p.m., featuring well-known Americana and patriotic music selections.

www.washsym.org

 

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PARENTAL WARNING
Historic re-enactments contain violence, aggressive actions and gunfire, which may not be appropriate for
young children or those sensitive to such actions.

 

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