Spring into Fall in Warrenton Virginia

The Spring into Fall Festival in Warrenton Virginia was a huge success. I arrived around 11am and although the parking lots were pretty full I was able to find a spot and walk over to the festivities. Once I got to Main St. there were tents and families everywhere. It was great to see so many people out and about enjoying Old Town Warrenton and what it has to offer.

As I walked around the booths everyone was all smiles. There was something for everyone. I started at the the courthouse and worked my way down Main St. browsing all of the vendors that came out to share their products and services. The city emergency services were there and the Warrenton Police Department even had their own booth. There were face painting booths for the kids, food trucks, services for house and home, crafts and more! The politicians were all adequately represented as well as the churches and healthcare services. Oh and the dogs…there were so many adorable pups, that alone was worth the trip. At the end of the day the families with small kids holding their balloons with painted faces headed back to their cars, tired out from a fun day in Old Town Warrenton!

The services that were represented include: Anytime Fitness, Appleton Campbell, Carmen Rivera State Farm Insurance, Color Street Nail Strips, Dentist of Gainesville, Eye Candy Access-Paparazzi Accessories Indep. Consultant, Golden Rule BuildersGriffin and Errera Orthodontics, Handyman Cans, Hearing Assessment Center, JR Snider Watercare, Junkluggers of Gainesville, VA (The), Leading Edge, Liberty Mutual, Liberty Waste Services, Lifestyle Physicians, Norwex, NOVA HempPawz Paradise, Peak Roofing, Precision Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Security National Mortgage Co., Sit Means Sit, Sonabank, Topher’s Lawn Care, Voltran, White Springs Senior Living, and Windows & Siding Unlimited.

There were plenty of food options including: Asian Taste, BadAss Pickles, BerryGood Farms LLC, Blue Ridge Kettle Corn, Chocolate Moonshine, Erin’s Elderberries, Heartland Foods, Sherri’s Crab Cakes, The Cookie Doctor, and The Good Reverend Kombucha Co.

The non-profits that were available to inform us about their causes were: Bailey’s Crossroads Rotary Club, Boys & Girls Club of Fauquier, Candlelight Ministries, Convention of States, Faith Christian Church, Family Worship Center, Fauquier County Gideons, Fauquier County Republican Committee, Fresta Valley Christian School, Hylton Performing Arts Center, Journey UP Church, League of Women Voters, Lord Fairfax Community College, Master Gardeners, Midland Church of the Brethren, People for Pets Foundation, Planned Parenthood Advocates of VA, Rappahannock Rapidan Health District, RRRC Commuter Services, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Spiritual  Care Support Ministries, St. James Episcopal School, Verdun Adventure Bound, VFW Post 9835, Warrenton Christian Preschool, and Warrenton Lions Club.

The artisans and crafters included: Barshell Designs, Be Rare Treasures, Beyond The Glitter, DG Designs, Essential Balms, Funny Farms Candles, G of G Quilted Pillows, Gnome Homes and Fairy Abodes, Gordos LLP of Woodbridge, H2YoYo, Hidden Treasure Jewelry,LLC, Holly’s Korner Kollectibles, Impacted Scents, llc, Inca Sun Import & Export, LLC, India Imports, LLC. JadeLee Designs, J B Brown and Company, J Tred Woodworking, Knives by Lee, Kris Krafts Stained Glass, Lavieve Boutique Handcrafted Lavender, Lifted Up Books, Nelson’s, Creative Wood Products, New Age Clothing, Old Rag Soap Company, Paint Me! Paint Me!, Preppy Paloza, Ray’s Wraps, Sandra Marino, Vianreha, Wade Outside Photography, Wreaths By Sally, and Z+J Custom Creations.

There were homemade soaps and scents by Simply Pure Products and Xpressive Scents and jewelry by Facets and Sherrie’s Stuff. The media had booths that included The Fauquier Times and Warrenton Lifestyle / Inside NOVA. The food trucks available were Kona Ice-truck, Moo Thru-truck, and Sobo Mobile-truck. This n’ That Amish Outlet and Vint Hill Home had plenty of lovely home decor available and there were books available by Usborne Books & More. It was a great time for all who came out to enjoy the day!