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    Centreville Day 2016

  • Dates:
    October 15, 2016
  • Time:
    10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Admission:
    FREE
  • Location:
    Centreville Historic Park
  • Address:
    5417 Mt. Gilead Road, Centreville, VA 20120
  • Phone:
    (703) 830-5407 (571) 232-9371
Details

For 23 years now Centreville Day is a great, family-friendly event that has allowed us to celebrate community and history…together! Year 24, is going to be the best yet…so follow Mrs. Spindle on www.centrevilleday.org to see what we have planned for Centreville Day 2016 on Saturday, October 15 from 10 am to 5pm! An annual festival held to bring the community together for a day of fun and fellowship, Centreville Day is located in Historic Centreville Park on Mt.Gilead Road in the heart of the Centreville Historic District, conveniently near the intersections of Routes 28, 29 and I 66.

With day-to-day life being so hectic for most people, it is often hard to step back and recognize what a great place Fairfax County is. From its earliest settlement in the 1700s, to the dynamic and culturally diverse community we know today, Fairfax County has a long and interesting history we happily celebrate each Centreville Day in the very places where that history happened. But there’s more, we celebrate the diverse community of present, with entertainment, a parade, pet pageants, trick or treating in the community marketplace, and great food. And, thanks to our wonderful sponsors and marketplace participants, everything but the food, including plenty of children's rides and activities, is free.