Historic Appomattox Railroad Festival
October 11-12, 2014
Vending applications are now closed for this year. Check back in February for a chance to vend with us next year!
Pedal Cart Races
Come on down and show us what you've got!
Throughout the day on Saturday, we will have pedal cart races at the Courthouse parking lot to benefit Miss Virginia's non-profit group supporting disabled children.
Reba Farm's Horse Exhibition
On October 11, 2014 at 1pm at the Appomattox Railroad Day Festival we are going to enjoy the beauty, grace and talent of horses. At 1pm on the Woodmen of the World baseball field (located behind Appomattox Gallery) we are going to have a 1 hour horse show. Reba Farms out of Bedford, Virginia is going to bring twelve different beautiful breeds of horses and their riders. For a dynamic 60 minute presentation you will watch as these horses jump, maneuver obstacles, ride in various formations and provide a special demonstration of rescued horses. There will also be a special salute to our country and our veterans. So come and watch this newly introduced horse show at the Railroad Day this year! Entry to this event is free of charge. This event is sponsored by Liberty Baptist Church.
Joel Sweeney is back!!
The Joel Sweeney Race that is...
The Joel Sweeney 5K & Youth Mile will start at 7:30 am Saturday morning, beginning at Clover Hill Village. All proceeds will benefit the Appomattox chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Come on out & join the fun!
Click here for more information.
Wanna win some Appomattox Swag?
The "Mega Gift Tote" is now on display at the Appomattox Visitor Information Center downtown. It is full of goodies & gift certificates from our wonderful local businesses! (Total value approximately $1000.) Click the photo for a closer look.
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2014 Historic Appomattox Railroad Festival Scholarships!
One graduating senior from each of the Appomattox County schools was chosen to receive this year's scholarships based on outstanding community service. Each student received $1500 to go toward their college tuition.
The winners are:
- Madalyn Elizabeth Baldwin from Appomattox County High School
- Henry Hubler from Cornerstone Christian Academy
- Aaron Torrence from Appomattox Christian Academy