The Hometown Festival Parade winds through Hillwood Estates and the old part of Round Hill, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Groups are encouraged to assemble and decorate floats/cars/trucks at Woodgrove Park and then proceed to the lineup point.
Line up begins at 9:00 a.m. on the corner of Evening Star and Hudson Street, heading south, down Jackson Avenue and Main Street to Town Park. The parade takes place rain or shine.
Register online through www.roundhillparade.info
The Round Hill Hometown Festival relies on the help of volunteers to make the day possible! Please consider signing up for one of our time spots throughout the day on Saturday, May 25, so we can make the Festival the Best Day of the Year in Round Hill!
The Festival begins at 8 a.m. with a 5k that winds through the streets of town, starting and finishing at Round Hill Elementary School.
Sign up for the Festival 5k today at http://roundhillva.org/hometown-festival-order-form/
Calling all local elementary school students — grab your markers, crayons or colored pencils! It’s time for this year’s Festival T-shirt contest!
The winning design will be featured on this year’s Festival T-shirts and the winner will be invited to ride on a Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department fire truck during the Festival parade.
Submissions must be turned in by Friday, April 12 and the winner will be announced on Monday, April 22. For full details, see our contest flier.
Mark your calendars! The 17th Annual Round Hill Hometown Festival will be held on Saturday, May 25, 2019!
Congratulations to everyone who raced in the Festival 5k on Saturday! It was an especially hot and humid morning, so we know all these results are hard-won!
Our overall race winners were Rylan Pettit and Mary Smith, with times of 17:18 and 21:09. Full results are below:
Round Hill 5k – age division results
Round Hill 5k – overall results
* Note: Due to human error on the timing team’s behalf, a small fraction (less than 10%) of the results may not be fully accurate, particularly those runners who came in around the 23-minute mark. We apologize for any confusion and inconvenience this may cause.
These photos and more are posted in an album on the Festival’s Facebook page. Check them out at www.facebook.com/rhhometownfestival/.
Usually this time of the pre-Festival notifications include reminders to bring sunscreen and lots of water. Unfortunately, if the weather predictions hold true for tomorrow, we are better off reminding everyone to bring an umbrella.
While it looks very likely that we WILL see some rain at some point during the day, we are hoping that the showers will hold off till late in the evening. If they don’t, our plan is to keep going in the park for as long as we can, sheltering under tents if it’s raining and at the Fire House if there’s thunder/lightning, until the storm has passed and we can resume action again.
Please look for weather-related updates on our Festival Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/rhhometownfestival/