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Fire Departments

Purcellville Volunteer Rescue Squad
211 S. 20th St.
Purcellville 20132
540-338-4706
Fax: 540-338-4753
The Purcellville Volunteer Rescue Squad is a nonprofit organization. Its all-volunteer membership provides emergency service to Purcellville, Hillsboro, Philomont, Lincoln and North Fork 24 hours a day.

Loudoun County Department of Fire, Rescue and Emergency Management
Joseph E. Pozzo, fire chief
16600 Courage Ct.
Leesburg 20175
703-777-0333
www.loudoun.gov/fire/mailer.htm
http://www.loudoun.gov/fire
W. Keith Brower Jr., fire marshal

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Police

Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Stephen O. Simpson (R), sheriff 39 Catoctin Cir. Leesburg 20175 Non-emergency: 703-777-1021 Administration: 703-777-0407 Crime prevention and community relations: 703-771-5747 www.loudoun.gov/sheriff/mailer.htm http://www.loudoun.gov/sheriff Ashburn station 45299 Research Pl. 571-258-3000 Leesburg Police Department Joseph R. Price, chief Public Safety Center 65 Plaza St. NE Leesburg 20176 Non-emergency: 703-771-4500 http://www.leesburgva.gov/services/police Purcellville Police Department Darryl C. Smith, chief 125 Hirst Rd., Suite 7A Purcellville 20132 Non-emergency: 540-338-7700 Administrative: 540-338-7422 dsmith9@loudoun.gov http://purcellvilleva.com/index.asp?nid=50 Middleburg Police Department Steven L. Webber, chief 14 S. Madison St. Middleburg 20118 540-687-6633 police@middleburg.org Virginia State Police
Loudoun County Office
41904 Loudoun Center Pl.
Leesburg 20175
703-771-2533

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Hospitals

Inova Loudoun Hospital
Lansdowne Campus
44045 Riverside Pkwy.
Leesburg 20176
703-858-6000
888-542-8477
TDD: 703-858-6032
info@loudounhospital.org
http://www.loudounhospital.org
Inova Loudoun Hospital, founded in 1912, is the only hospital in the county. It moved in 1997 to its Lansdowne location, where it has 155 beds and more than 1,600 employees.

Inova Loudoun Hospital
Cornwall Campus
224 Cornwall St. NW
Leesburg 20175
703-737-7520
The site near downtown Leesburg is the original home of Inova Loudoun Hospital. Today it houses an emergency room and psychiatric ward.

Inova Loudoun Hospital Mobile Health Services
44045 Riverside Pkwy.
Leesburg 20176
703-771-2917
http://www.loudounhospital.org/community/mobile_health.cfm
The 40-foot van travels the county to provide flu shots and wellness screenings (for blood pressure, hearing, vision, glucose, bone density and cholesterol).

Loudoun Community Free Clinic
224 Cornwall St. NW
Leesburg 20176
703-779-5416
http://www.loudounfreeclinic.org
Serves Loudoun residents who meet eligibility requirements (18 to 64 years old, no medical insurance and limited income).
Hours are 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Mondays by appointment for diabetic clinic only and 5:30-9 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays on a walk-in basis for those with clinic cards.

Capital Hospice
209 Gibson St. NW, Suite 202
Leesburg 20176
800-869-2136
http://www.capitalhospice.org

Loudoun County Health Department
1 Harrison St. SE, second floor
Leesburg 20177
703-777-0234
http://www.loudoun.gov/depts/health.htm
Community health services (immunizations as well as testing for tuberculosis, sexually transmitted diseases and HIV; public nursing services; dental care; and birth control, family planning, pregnancy tests and prenatal care for those who meet eligibility requirements) are provided at:
Shenandoah Building, First Floor
102 Heritage Way NE
Leesburg 20176
703-777-0236

American Red Cross-Loudoun County Chapter
604 S. King St., Suite 006
Leesburg 20175
703-777-7171
Fax: 703-779-8046
lcarc@usa.redcross.org
http://loudouncounty.redcross.org
Provides first aid and CPR instruction, disaster assistance, swimming and lifesaving courses and services for military families. The Red Cross also provides bloodmobiles and blood banks, assists transients, helps coordinate emergency food programs and provides transportation to senior citizens for shopping, medical appointments and other needs.

Inova Blood Donor Services
45745 Nokes Blvd., Suite 160
Sterling 20166
866-256-6372
Fax: 703-434-3682
571-434-3600
http://www.inova.org/donateblood

Blue Ridge Speech and Hearing Center
602 S. King St., Suite 102
Leesburg 20175
703-777-5050
Fax: 703-777-4123
http://www.speechhearing.org
A nonprofit organization providing speech and hearing services with a sliding-fee scale.

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Libraries

Administrative offices
908A Trailview Blvd.
Leesburg 20175
Voice and TTY: 703-777-0368
Fax: 703-771-5238
libraries@loudoun.gov
http://www.lcpl.lib.va.us

Ashburn Library
43316 Hay Rd.
Ashburn 20147
703-737-8100
Fax: 703-737-8101
TTY: 703-737-8136
http://www.lcpl.lib.va.us/ashburn

Cascades Library
21030 Whitfield Pl.
Potomac Falls 20165
703-444-3228
Fax: 703-444-1336
TTY: 703-444-2093
http://www.lcpl.lib.va.us/eloudoun

Lovettsville Library
12 N. Light St.
Lovettsville 20180
Voice and TTY: 540-822-5824
Fax: 540-822-5998
http://www.lcpl.lib.va.us/lovettsville

Middleburg Library
101 Reed St.
Middleburg 20117
Voice and TTY: 540-687-5730
Fax: 540-687-3630
http://www.lcpl.lib.va.us/middleburg

Purcellville Library
220 E. Main St.
Purcellville 20132
Voice and TTY: 540-338-7235
Fax: 540-338-2629
http://www.lcpl.lib.va.us/purcellville

Rust Library
380 Old Waterford Rd.
Leesburg 20176
Voice: 703-777-0323
Fax: 703-771-5620
TTY: 703-777-0689
http://www.lcpl.lib.va.us/rust

Sterling Library
120 Enterprise St.
Sterling 20164
Voice and TTY: 703-430-9500
Fax: 703-430-5935
http://www.lcpl.lib.va.us/sterling

Loudoun County Law Library
18 E. Market St.
Leesburg 20176
703-777-0695
azent@loudoun.gov
The library, which is managed by the clerk of the Circuit Court, has a collection of U.S. and Virginia statutes and law books. It is open to the public weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

National Sporting Library
102 The Plains Rd.
Middleburg 20118
540-687-6542
Fax: 540-687-8540
http://www.nsl.org
Houses more than 16,000 titles on horse and field sports, including angling and shooting, dating from the 1500s.

Thomas Balch Library
208 W. Market St.
Leesburg 20176
703-737-7195
Fax: 703-737-7150
balchlib@leesburgva.gov
http://www.leesburgva.gov/library
The history and genealogy library, owned and operated by the Town of Leesburg, has more than 28,380 books and periodicals, newspapers, maps, photographs, manuscripts and historic town records.

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Child Care

Loudoun County Department of Social Services
102 Heritage Way NE,
Suite 103
Leesburg 20176
703-777-0353
http://www.loudoun.gov/services/childcare/locate.htm
The department maintains an online list of licensed day-care centers in Loudoun County.

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Emergency Shelters

Good Shepherd Alliance
37 Sycolin Rd., Leesburg 20175
703-433-2631
Fax: 703-832-0340
joygoodshepherd@bigplanet.com
http://www.loudounhomeless.org
Operates a shelter near Lucketts for women and families and two in Ashburn for families. The Sycolin Road office is open as a drop-in center 9 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays.

Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter
24-hour phone: 703-777-6552
Legal services: 703-771-3397
Youth and children's services: 703-771-3973
Sexual assault services: 703-771-9020
Spanish services: 703-443-2810
laws@lcsj.org
http://www.lcsj.org
Provides temporary emergency shelter for physically, emotionally or sexually abused women and their children. Offers 24-hour crisis intervention, emergency transportation, individual crisis counseling, weekly mutual peer support groups, a weekly children's program, free legal services to battered women and court advocacy.

Loudoun Emergency Homeless Shelter
21361 The Woods Rd., Leesburg 20175
703-669-4921
Fax: 703-777-3521
http://www.volunteersofamericachesapeake.org
Loudoun County contracts with the nonprofit Volunteers of America to operate this short-term shelter, which has 24 beds available to women and families after a screening process.

Loudoun Transitional Housing Program
19520 Meadowview Ct.
703-771-5429
Fax: 703-777-0361
Volunteers of America runs this program for women and families. Its eight on-site apartments and additional housing provide for as many as 44 people who meet federal homelessness guidelines and are referred by other county departments or professionals.

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Trash & Recycling

Loudoun County Office of Solid Waste Management
906 Trailview Blvd. SE, Suite B
Leesburg 20175
703-777-0187
Recycling hotline: 703-771-5318
Fax: 703-771-5523
oswm@loudoun.gov
http://www.loudoun.gov/oswm
Curbside trash and recycling collection services are provided by incorporated towns, some homeowners associations and private waste collection companies. A list of homeowners associations and private companies and their phone numbers is on the Web site.

Town of Hamilton 540-338-2811
Hillsboro, Waste Management of Northern Virginia 703-777-9620
Leesburg Public Works Office 703-771-2790
Lovettsville Town Office 540-822-5788
Middleburg Town Office 540-687-5152
Purcellville Town Office 540-338-7421
Round Hill Town Office 540-338-7878

Loudoun County Solid Waste Management Facility
20939 Evergreen Mills Rd.
Leesburg 20175
703-771-5500
http://www.loudoun.gov/oswm/landfill.htm
Hours: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays.

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Utilities

Columbia Gas of Virginia Inc.
1809 Coyote Dr.
Chester 23836
Billing: 800-543-8911
Emergency: 800-544-5606
http://www.columbiagasva.com

Comcast
21730 Red Rum Dr.
Suite 192
Ashburn 20147
800-266-2278
571-223-1355
http://www.comcast.com
Subscribers can pay bills and report problems at the Ashburn office, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. weekdays and 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays, or at 208 S. King St., Leesburg, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays and 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays.

Dominion Virginia Power
P.O. Box 26666
Richmond 23261
888-667-3000
http://www.dom.com
Dominion provides electricity to most of Northern Virginia.

Loudoun County Sanitation Authority
880 Harrison St. SE
Leesburg 20175
703-771-1095
Fax: 703-771-4141
Customer service: 703-771-1092
After-hours: 703-729-7878
http://www.lcsa.org
The authority provides public water and sewer service for residents of eastern Loudoun who live outside incorporated towns. Town residents with questions or problems about these services should contact their town governments.

Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative
10323 Lomond Dr.
Manassas 20108
703-335-0500
888-335-0500
customerservice@novec.com
http://www.novec.com
NOVEC is a member-owned, locally based and operated electric distribution system that provides energy and services in Loudoun and Fauquier counties.

OpenBand
22461 Shaw Rd.
Sterling 20166
703-961-1110
866-673-6226
http://www.openband.net
This company provides phone, cable television and high-speed Internet service for Southern Walk at Broadlands, Lansdowne on the Potomac, Southern Walk Apartments and Leisure World.

Verizon
P.O. Box 17577
Baltimore 21297
Residential billing: 703-954-6222
Business billing: 703-954-6888
Residential and business repair: 800-275-2355
http://www.verizon.com

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Animals

Loudoun County Department of Animal Care and Control
39820 Charles Town Pike
Waterford 20197
Eastern Loudoun: 703-777-0406
Western Loudoun: 540-882-3211
animals@loudoun.gov
http://www.loudoun.gov/animals
The shelter operated by the department has pets available for adoption by those 18 and older.

Dog licenses should be purchased at the animal shelter or at the county treasurer's offices, 1 Harrison St. (first floor of the County Government Center), Leesburg, or 21641 Ridgetop Cir., Suite 104, Sterling, or by mail.

State law requires all dogs older than 4 months to be licensed annually. Dog licenses go on sale in November and must be purchased by Jan. 31. New county residents and new dog owners can purchase licenses throughout the year. All licenses expire Dec. 31, regardless of when they were purchased. A license is $5 for a neutered or spayed dog and $10 for others. A valid rabies certificate is required. License tags must be secured to a dog's collar and worn whenever the dog is off its owner's property.

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Local Transit

Loudoun County Transit
1 Harrison St. SE, third floor
Leesburg 20177
703-771-5665
877-465-2287
Fax: 703-737-8513
rideshare@loudoun.gov
http://www.loudoun.gov/bus
County-sponsored commuter buses depart from park-and-ride lots in Purcellville, Hamilton, Leesburg, Stone Ridge and Dulles North Transit Center and stop at the West Falls Church Metro station, Rosslyn, the Pentagon and in the District. The fare is $7 one way. (When the buses add electronic fareboxes, the fare will be $6 with a SmarTrip card.)
Other county commuter bus routes run from Cascades and Lowes Island to the West Falls Church Metro station, and from the West Falls Church Metro to four stops, including AOL and Verizon headquarters. The fare is $2 one way.

Virginia Regional Transit
109 N. Bailey Lane
Purcellville 20132
877-777-2708
540-338-1610
http://www.transitservices.org
Provides public transit in Loudoun and Fauquier counties, with 10 scheduled routes (nine in Loudoun) and on-demand service in some parts of the counties. Highlights:
The 7-to-7-on-7 bus connects Leesburg to Dranesville, with 10 stops along the Route 7 corridor, running from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays. The fare is 50 cents.

The Leesburg Trolley, one of three routes in Leesburg, makes 30-minute loops between the historic district and Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets mall. It runs from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, with weekend service during summer and holiday seasons and extended hours during Leesburg First Friday events. Trolley rides are free.

The Circuit Rider loops around Warrenton, making 17 stops, including in the historic downtown and at Fauquier Hospital. It runs from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. The fare is 50 cents.

White's Ferry
24801 White's Ferry Rd.
Dickerson 20842
301-349-5200
White's Ferry is the only regularly operating ferry on the Potomac River, located off U.S. 15 via Route 655, about four miles northeast of Leesburg. The Maryland station is about six miles west of Poolesville.
The one-way charge is $4 for cars, $2 for motorcycles, $1 for bicycles, 50 cents pedestrians and as much as $9 for trucks.
The ferry carries as many as 24 vehicles and runs from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily year-round, weather permitting.

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Community Events

Leesburg Flower and Garden Festival
Leesburg 20176
703-737-7157
http://www.idalee.org
The streets of historic downtown Leesburg are closed to vehicles for this annual two-day festival in April, which features landscape displays; vendors selling fresh flowers, plants, fountains and garden furniture; a children's activity area; and music and entertainment.

Leesburg First Friday Gallery Walk
15 N. King St., Suite 202
Leesburg 20176
703-777-7838
info@loudounarts.org
http://www.leesburgfirstfriday.com
Monthly gallery walk, administered by the Loudoun Arts Council, offers an opportunity for the community to experience an evening of the arts on King, Loudoun and Market streets. Visitors can explore art galleries, antique shops and specialty shops. Crafts and outdoor entertainment are sometimes included. Does not take place in January.

Virginia Gold Cup
Great Meadow
The Plains 20198
540-347-2612
diane@vagoldcup.com
http://www.vagoldcup.com
Date: May 5
In addition to the steeplechase races, there are pony races and Jack Russell terrier races. Plus, it's a great chance to spot celebrities.

Loudoun County Spring Farm Tour
Loudoun County Department of Economic Development
1 Harrison St. SE
Leesburg 20177
703-777-0426
Fax: 703-771-5363
ahiggins@loudoun.gov
http://www.loudounfarms.org
Dates: May 19-20
Self-guided tour of about 20 Loudoun wineries and farms, with displays and entertainment. Another tour is in the fall.

Hunt Country Stable Tour
Trinity Episcopal Church
Upperville 20185
540-592-3711
Fax: 540-592-3408
betsy@trinityupperville.org
http://www.middleburgonline.com/stabletour
Dates: May 26-27
Trinity Episcopal Church hosts this annual self-guided driving tour in and around Upperville, home to many of the country's premier thoroughbred breeding farms, show hunter barns and country estates. Owners open their grounds, stables and training facilities to visitors. Other events include show jumping, polo, horse ultrasound demonstrations, a Civil War cavalry reenactment at Goose Creek and a country fair at the church.

Delaplane Strawberry Festival
Sky Meadows State Park
11012 Edmonds Lane
Delaplane 20144
540-592-3556
540-364-2772
http://www.delaplanestrawberryfestival.com
Dates: May 26-27
This annual event, organized by Emmanuel Episcopal Church at Piedmont Parish, benefits the church's ministries and outreach program. In addition to strawberries, the fair features vendors, food stands, live music, hayrides and a petting zoo.

Upperville Colt and Horse Show
Grafton and Salem Farms Showgrounds
Upperville 20185
540-687-5740
540-592-3858
uchs@crosslink.net
http://www.upperville.com
Dates: June 4-10
The oldest horse show in the United States, with more than 1,000 horses and children on ponies as well as Olympic and World Cup riders. Other events include carriage driving, Jack Russell terrier races and a country fair with pony rides and a petting zoo.
Arts in the Alley
North 21st Street
Purcellville 20132
703-727-5025
Fax: 571-258-0717
sd@artsinthealley.org
http://www.artsinthealley.org
Dates: June 9-10
Artists display their work outdoors in historic Purcellville. Bands play country, reggae and blues.

Potomac Celtic Festival
525-K E. Market St., Suite 295
Leesburg 20176
703-938-9779
information@pcfest.org
http://www.pcfest.org
Date: June 9
Celtic music and dance performances at Morven Park International Equestrian Center. There are also a juried Celtic craft exhibition, a pipe band competition, a living history demonstration, a rugby tournament and other athletic events.

Warrenton Pony Show
Warrenton Horse Show Grounds
Warrenton 20188
540-347-9442
Dates: July 4-8
The oldest pony show in North America benefits local charities.
Leesburg Independence Day Celebration
Ida Lee Park
60 Ida Lee Dr.
Leesburg 20176
703-777-1368
Fax: 703-737-7165
Inclement weather line: 703-737-7166
http://www.idalee.org
Date: July 4
This old-fashioned celebration offers a parade, live music, a fireworks display and food vendors.

Fauquier County Fair
Fauquier Fairgrounds
6209 Old Auburn Rd.
Warrenton 20186
540-270-1659
540-351-6086
info@fauquierfair.org
http://www.fauquierfair.org
Dates: July 19-22
Annual event features music, a tractor pull, and a livestock show and other animal displays.

Loudoun County Fair
Loudoun County 4-H Fairgrounds
17558 Dry Mill Rd.
Leesburg 20175
703-777-3835
info@loudouncountyfair.com
http://www.loudouncountyfair.com
Dates: July 23-28
Featuring a carnival, rodeo, livestock auction, he-man competition and daily activities for children.

Lucketts Fair
Lucketts Community Center
42361 Lucketts Rd.
Lucketts 20176
703-771-5281
http://www.luckettsfair.com
Dates: Aug. 25-26
A weekend in the country, featuring bluegrass, crafts, antiques, cloggers, a farmyard zoo, cakewalks and food.

Warrenton Horse Show
Warrenton Horse Show Grounds
Route 29
Warrenton 20188
540-347-9442
Fax: 540-349-1829
http://www.warrentonhorseshow.com
Dates: Aug. 30-Sept. 2
The oldest hunter show in the United States, the event benefits community organizations.

Bluemont Fair
P.O. Box 217
Bluemont 20135
540-554-2367
fairchair@bluemontfair.com
http://www.bluemontfair.com
Dates: Sept. 15-16
Country fair on Snickersville Turnpike features 10K race, juried craft demonstrations, pickle-making contest, country music, a living history encampment and games for children. Sponsored by the Bluemont Citizens Association, which uses proceeds to pay for street lighting, scholarships, community beautification, historic-building improvements and support of local service organizations.

Lovettsville Oktoberfest
6 E. Pennsylvania Ave.
Lovettsville 20180
540-822-5788
townoflovettsville@adelphia.net
Date: Sept. 29
Lovettsville celebrates its German heritage each fall with an Oktoberfest that features music, dancing, a traditional volksmarch and beer garden. Booths are set up along streets throughout the town.

Dulles Day Family Festival
Dulles International Airport Cargo Ramp
Dulles
703-417-8745
http://www.planepull.com
Date: Sept. 8
The 15th annual airport celebration features food, a car show and aircraft displays. The highlight is the plane pull, in which teams of 20 drag a jet 12 feet to raise money for Special Olympics Virginia.

SterlingFest
Sterling Community Center
120 Enterprise St.
Sterling 20164
703-430-9480
Fax: 703-421-3118
keleigh.taylor@loudoun.gov
http://www.sterlingfoundation.org
Date: Oct. 6
An annual, nonprofit activity designed to promote community pride. The family-focused event features entertainment, refreshments, crafts and booths for volunteers, children and professionals.

Virginia Fall Races
Glenwood Park
Middleburg
540-687-5662
http://www.vafallraces.com
Dates: Oct. 6-7
This annual two-day event takes place on the first weekend in October at the oldest continuously used racecourse in Virginia.

Morven Park Races
Morven Park International
Equestrian Center
41793 Tutt Lane
Leesburg 20176
703-777-2414
Fax: 703-777-3282
office@morvenpark.org
http://www.morvenpark.org/mprace.htm
Date: Oct. 13
Annual steeplechase race features five to seven contests that raise money for Morven Park.

Ladies Board of Inova Loudoun Hospital Rummage Sale
Morven Park Equestrian Center
41793 Tutt Lane
Leesburg 20176
703-771-2985
http://www.ladiesboard.org
Dates: Oct. 19-20
This annual sale, featuring more than 40,000 square feet of tables and racks of goods, raises money for nursing scholarships and to enhance patient care.

Aldie Harvest Festival
Route 50, one mile west of Route 15
Aldie 20105
703-327-4060
An annual harvest celebration featuring craft and antiques dealers, Civil War reenactments, blacksmithing demonstrations, mill tours, live music and food.

Leesburg Halloween Parade
Leesburg 20176
703-737-2175
slwright_va@comcast.net
Date: Oct. 31
Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, the event includes bands, floats and clowns parading from Ida Lee Park down King Street through downtown Leesburg and ending at the Safeway.

Christmas in Middleburg
Washington Street
Middleburg 20117
540-687-8888
800-752-6118
http://www.middleburg.com
Date: Dec. 1
The Middleburg Hunt rides through town during this celebration, which can include tree lightings, concerts and a Santa Claus parade.

Holidays in Leesburg
Ida Lee Park
60 Ida Lee Dr.
Leesburg 20176
703-777-1368
http://www.idalee.org
Dates: Parade Dec. 2; craft show Dec. 1-2
Four downtown blocks are closed to traffic for choral groups, strolling entertainers, rides in horse-drawn carriages, children's activities and Santa Claus. A tree-lighting is followed by a parade from Ida Lee Park to Fairfax Street. The craft show offers vendors selling holiday merchandise and food.

First Night Leesburg
Leesburg
703-777-6306
Fax: 703-777-0574
info@bluemont.org
http://www.bluemont.org
Date: New Year's Eve
Downtown Leesburg hosts an alcohol-free community celebration of the arts for families, friends and neighbors. Events throughout town can include hayrides, street vending, theatrical performances and music.

First Night Warrenton
Warrenton
703-777-6306
Fax: 703-777-0574
info@bluemont.org
http://www.bluemont.org
Date: New Year's Eve
Downtown Warrenton is the scene of this alcohol-free community celebration of the arts, with such events as street vending, theatrical performances and music at various locations throughout town.

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Farmers Markets

Cascades Farmers Market
21060 Whitfield Place (senior center parking lot)
Sterling
703-777-0426
http://www.loudounfarmersmarkets.com
Hours: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sundays, May 6-Oct. 28.

Leesburg Farmers Market
Catoctin Circle (Virginia Village Shopping Center)
Leesburg
703-777-0426
http://www.loudounfarmersmarkets.com
Hours: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays, May 5-Oct. 27.

Lovettsville Farmers Market
Route 287 (Game Protective Association parking lot)
Lovettsville
703-777-0426
http://www.loudounfarmersmarkets.com
Hours: 4-7 p.m. Tuesdays, May 1-Oct. 30.

Middleburg Farmers Market
Marshall Street (behind community center)
Middleburg
703-777-0426
http://www.loudounfarmersmarkets.com
Hours: 8 a.m.-noon Saturdays, May 5-Oct. 27.

Purcellville Farmers Market
21st Street (across from the old train station)
Purcellville
703-777-0426
http://www.loudounfarmersmarkets.com
Hours: 4-7 p.m. Thursdays, May 3-Oct. 25.

South Riding Farmers Market
43055 Center St. (Town Green)
South Riding
703-777-0426
http://www.loudounfarmersmarkets.com
Hours: 2-5 p.m. Saturdays, May 5-Oct. 27.

Sterling Farmers Market
1400 Sterling Blvd. (Briar Patch Park)
Sterling
703-777-0426
http://www.loudounfarmersmarkets.com
Hours: 4-7 p.m. Wednesdays, June 6-Oct. 31.

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Shopping Centers

Dulles Town Center
21100 Dulles Town Cir.
Dulles 20166
703-404-7120
http://www.shopdullestowncenter.com
Hours: 10 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Sundays.

Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets
241 Fort Evans Rd. NE
Leesburg 20176
703-737-3071
http://www.premiumoutlets.com/outlets/outlet.asp?id=14
Hours: 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sundays.

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