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Here is the list of entertainment, activities, tradesmen, goods stands, food stalls, etc. that will be at the 18th Century Autumn Market Fair this weekend.


Brett Walker, Boot maker (new!!)

Clyde Jenkins, Basket Maker (as seen at the Folk Life Festival!)

Eric Zieg, Blacksmith

The Rogue Scot

Walt Henderson, Cabinetmaker

Charles Boland, Windsor Chairmaker

Stuart Helble, Pewtersmith

Parish family, Surveyors

Ted Borek, Auctioneer & Fiddler

The Gypsy Fortune Teller

Musicians & Dancing

Puppet Show

Raree Show

Merchant Sailor

Signora Bella, Slack Rope Walker

Spinning & Dyeing Demonstrations

Games & Amusements for Children


Chandler, Potpourri & Corn Husk Doll making

Mother Cluck's, The Bakery, Sweets & Lemonade, The Tavern and Produce Food


Drygoods, Toys, Millinery, Stillatory, Stationer, Tailor, Men's and Spinning

& Dyeing Sales Stands


I may have forgotten something and if so, I apologize. Remember that if you

are a current member, admission is free, but we also have 50% off discount

passes available on our website. More information about the Fair , passes

and directions are at www.1771.org. The Farm is located on Colonial Farm

Road at 6310 Georgetown Pike in Mclean, Virginia. We are near the junction

of Rt. 123 and Rt. 193 and next door to the CIA.

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