Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Over 3,000 Attend Brambleton's Fall Festival

With over 3000 attendees, the Brambleton Fall Festival is the biggest festival in the community to date. And as the community continues to grow each year, the festival will naturally follow suit, offering even bigger and better entertainment options for the whole family to enjoy. More carnival rides and climbing apparatuses were added this year to appeal to the older kids. At the same time, there were plenty of things for the younger ones to enjoy like the pirate ship, dragon ride, and inflatables.

The Step Sisters ran the spooky train ride through Legacy Park, enlisting some Briar Woods High School students to help run around the park in scary costumes while the train passed by. Along Brambleton Plaza, Marketplace vendors set up shop, selling jewelry, cupcakes, childrens' wear, and other various services. Sponsors Majest Martial Arts set up a demo, allowing children to break wooden boards and C3 Cyber Club set up popular Wii and Xbox360 games. Brambleton tenant, Misguided Angels, lured the crowd with their shoe blowout sidewalk sale, and the very first Brambleton Geocache event was held during the festival.

The food vendors were pleased with the event, some even running out of food by the end of the day. As the vendors began shutting down, the remaining attendees were lured to the beer garden as rock cover band, Road Soda, played into the night.

A special thanks to all our sponsors, event chairs Maribeth Linmore and Lynn Brizzi and numerous resident volunteers for their support in the Fall Festival's success!

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