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2024 Maple Festival

Entertainment

Saturday, March 9

10am -- Southern Rail Express (Bluegrass)

$5 or keychain entry

2pm -- Southern Rail Express (Bluegrass)

$5 or keychain entry

5pm -- Robin and Linda Williams (Folk duo)

$15 ($5 off with keychain)

 

Sunday, March 10

10am -- Alice Shumate & Sounds of Highland (Folk)

$5 or keychain entry

2pm -- Alice Shumate & Sounds of Highland (Folk)

$5 or keychain entry

 

Saturday, March 16

10am -- Mudhole Control

$5 or keychain entry

2pm -- Square Dance with callers Ellen & Eugene Ratcliffe and live music by Mudhole Control

$5 or keychain entry

 

Sunday, March 17

10am -- Hi-Horse Cloggers

$5 or keychain entry

2pm -- Little Switzerland Cloggers

$5 or keychain entry

 

Local Artists & Makers

The Gallery of Highland --

The Gallery of Highland features an array of paintings, prints, photographs, pottery, books, stained glass , and much more. All items are made by Highland artists.

 

Highland County Artisans' Shop

The special local artisans' shop inside The Highland Center offers an enticing variety of items from some of Highland's most talented creators including Wild Virginia Crafts, Cabin Critter Designs, A Pixxie's Art, Sweet Run Farm, and Fair Hill Farm Homestead.

 

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Robin and Linda Williams
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Visit us during the 2024 Highland County Maple Festival!

Since 1959, visitors have been drawn to Highland County to enjoy a cultural and culinary adventure.  The Maple Festival has lots to offer including sugar camp tours, a variety of maple foods, arts and crafts vendors, and live entertainment.  We hope that you will make a stop at The Highland Center part of your festival experience.  We have indoor restrooms, baby changing stations, free parking, warm seating areas, food, local arts and crafts, and incredible live entertainment! 

 

Food

Maple Donuts

Available all festival days in the lower levels of The Highland Center

Savory Items by Highland 4-H

Available all festival days in the lower level of The Highland Center

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