From the 5k in the morning all the way through to the end of the evening concert, the Round Hill Hometown Festival takes a lot of helping hands behind the scenes to make the day a success. If you have an hour or two leading up to or on the day of the Festival (Saturday, May 27), please sign up to help out!
The Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department’s parade signup site for 2017 is now online at www.roundhillparade.com for any individuals and groups interested in participating in this year’s parade. The parade begins at 9:30 a.m. in the Greenwood Commons neighborhood and processes through Hillwood Estates to Main Street and ends at the Town Park. Participants are asked to line up starting at 9:00.
Online registration for the Festival 5k and Round Hill Down Hill is now live at http://roundhillva.org/hometown-festival-order-form/.
The Festival 5k pre-registration fees are $25/adults and $20/youth (under 18) and groups of 20 or more runners. Race-day registration is $28/all ages.
Down Hill derby registration is $10/driver.
Details for both races can be found on the Down Hill Derby and Festival 5k pages.
Congratulations to Bridget Doherty, a 4th-grade student at Round Hill Elementary School, for creating the winning design for this year’s Festival T-shirt!
The Hometown Festival 5k will be run the morning of Saturday, May 27, through the streets of Round Hill. The race begins and ends at Round Hill Elementary School. Pre-registration is $25 for adults and $20 for youth under 18 or for pre-registered groups of 20 or more runners. Registration includes a Hometown Festival T-shirt; shirt sizes and availability cannot be guaranteed after May 1, so register early! Race day registration begins at 7 a.m. and is $28/all ages.
Forms may be dropped off or mailed to the Round Hill Town Office; online registration is available at http://roundhillva.org/hometown-festival-order-form/.
The Hometown Festival is nine weeks away — plenty of time to build YOUR downhill derby car! For specs and some websites to help you get started, check out the Downhill derby page.
The race is a rather unstructured social event designed to encourage participation and family fun with safety as the top priority. Car design criteria are based primarily on safety and for low cost and ease of entry. This is not an official soap box derby race and handmade cars with children’s participation in construction and painting is encouraged.
From paper to digital to reality — your artwork could be the winning image for this year’s T-shirt. In addition to having his/her design on the Festival T-shirts, the winner also gets to ride on a fire truck in the Hometown Festival parade! The design contest is open to all elementary school-aged students in the Round Hill area. Submit your designs to Mrs. Fink at Round Hill Elementary School or to the Round Hill Town Office by Thursday, April 6, to be considered. For details, see our Contest flier.