Browntown Redbud Festival 2014

Saturday, April 19th 9 a.m. -4 p.m.

Come and enjoy the day at the 12th Annual Redbud Festival in scenic downtown Browntown. This annual event benefits the Browntown Community Center (Old Browntown Schoolhouse). Shop for Crafts, Tour the Homes, bid at the Silent Auction, Vote for your favorite Antique Car, buy some plants, watch the ducks race and enjoy the wonderful food and great entertainment.
A great time for all!

Entertainment Schedule

10:15 am—Roger Tomhave and Friends
11:15—Hull Family
12 noon—Duck Race
12:30 -Charlee Allman
1 pm—Steve Foster’s Trick Mules
2:15 Gay Snell, Bill Dykes— Bluegrass

Photo Contest

Vote for your favorite “Browntown Views”photo. Winner receives $100 and the cover of the Browntown Calendar. The top 12 after that will be featured pictures in the months of the calendar.

Entry deadline April 15th. For information and entry form contact:

Dale Thompson 540-636-1334 or


Gooney Creek Duck Race

12 noon Race Time! $5 per ticket available at:

O.J. Rudacille General Store 636-2149 and Buracker Construction 636-1879 and at the Browntown Community Center on the day of the festival.

Steve Foster and Amazing Grace 1 p.m.

See Grace the Mule perform some of her famous tricks!
From Today Show Fame and she starred with Robert Duvall in the movie “Get Low” A Shenandoah Valley Original!


  •  Redbud Seedling Trees and Heirloom Apple Tree Sale
  •  Silent Auction—ends at 3:30 pm
  •  Craft Sales—two locations! Browntown Community Center and Browntown Baptist Church Fellowship Hall
  •  Craft Demonstrations
  •  Gooney Creek Duck Race 12 noon
  •  Amazing Grace the Mule 1pm
  •  Home Tours 10 am-3pm
  •  Bake Sale
  •  5th Annual Car Show sponsored by Jack Evans Chevrolet
  •  Full Kitchen Menu!
  •  Photo Contest
  • Moonbounce
  • Browntown Museum Open
  • Live Outdoor music beginning at 10 am till 3 p.m

Free Admission and Free Parking!

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