The Round Hill Hometown Festival Committee is excited to announce that we will be holding the FIRST-EVER Round Hill Hometown FestiFall on Saturday, October 9, 2021. Like the spring Festival, the FestiFall will feature a 5k, parade, and music in the park — and a few other fun fall activities to add some autumnal atmosphere! We are all looking forward to coming together to celebrate our community and to FALL IN LOVE WITH ROUND HILL all over again!
Due to the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the organizers of the Round Hill Hometown Festival have made the difficult decision to postpone the spring festival until later in the fall. The Hometown Festival is tentatively rescheduled for Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021. Planning will begin in mid-summer. Email email@example.com to volunteer to help plan the event. The Hometown Festival’s traditional Memorial Ceremony to honor veterans will be held virtually over Memorial Day weekend.
The Round Hill Hometown Festival committee has voted unanimously to cancel this year’s Festival (which was postponed until Oct. 10). While it saddens us to have to do so, we feel it is the only responsible decision at this time. We look forward to the day when we can all get together safely and celebrate our community again.
Due to the uncertainty surrounding the Corona virus, the 18th Annual Hometown Festival is postponed until Columbus Day weekend, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10. We will all be looking forward to The Best Day of the Year in Round Hill…just a few months later than usual.
Take the night off from cooking Saturday and join us for our community
feast in the Town Park. Starting at 5 p.m. you will have your choice of
items from Wood Fired Foods, Mrs. K’s BBQ and the Mt. Zion Baptist
Church’s Annual Fish Fry. Quench your thirst with beer from Lost
Rhino or wine and cider from the Winery at Kindred Pointe. ID required;
cash only, please. Then top your dinner off with a sweet selection
of items from the Round Hill United Methodist Church bake sale or an
ice-cold concoction from Frozen Stuff on a Stick.
The Round Hill Hometown Festival
activities are centered around the Round Hill Town Park on East Loudoun
Street. All activities, with the exception of the 5k — which starts
and finishes at Round Hill Elementary School on Evening Star Drive —
are within easy walking distance of the park.
progresses south down Main Street to end at the Town Park; the Downhill
Derby is on North Locust Street, about a quarter mile west of the park. The Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department is on Main Street within sight of the park.
Parking in “downtown” is very limited, so we encourage residents who
can walk or bike to the Festival to do so. For those who must drive,
parking is available at the Round Hill United Methodist Church and Round
Hill Baptist Church, both on West Loudoun Street.
We ask that the parking lot behind Tammy’s Diner be limited to those needing handicapped access.
We’re glad you asked! * The Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department will be serving pulled pork sandwiches from 10 a.m. till they run out. At the Fire House on Main Street. * Tammy’s Diner will have their grill set up in their parking lot on the corner of Main and Loudoun Street and will be cooking up hot dog and sausages. * My Greek Deli will be set up inside the park offering a selection of Greek dishes. Snacks and drinks will be available through the day from the Boy Scouts at the Round Hill Exxon and the Woodgrove HS Color Guard at the park. And don’t miss the Round Hill United Methodist Church’s bake sale at the park to top off your lunch with something sweet!
Round Hill residents should be aware of the following road closures during the day on Saturday: — 5k: There will be rolling closures of streets along the route of the 5k while runners are on the route. Drivers are asked not to enter or cross any affected streets while the race is in progress. Approx. time: 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. — Parade: There will be rolling closures of streets along the parade route as well. Drivers are asked not to enter or cross any affected streets while the parade is in progress. Approx. time: 9:30 a.m.-10:15 a.m. — Loudoun Street in front of the park: Access to the section of Loudoun Street between Main and Bridge Streets may be limited at times through the day for pedestrian safety. Please use extreme caution while driving through this section of town on Saturday throughout the day. — Downhill Derby: N. Locust Street will be closed in the mid-afternoon on Saturday for the Downhill Derby (from approx. 2-4 p.m.) Please plan alternate routes during this time frame.