Visit the Town of Middleburg on September 16 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the town’s Oktoberfest celebration. The festivities will take place on South Madison Street and Federal Street, which will be closed to vehicular traffic. This fun-filled event will feature two biergartens, German-inspired food, a stein holding contest, art fair, car show, live music, interactive activities for children and much more!
Oktoberfest, including the art fair and biergartens, will open at 11 a.m. The first Oktoberfest beer keg will be delivered to the festival by horse-drawn wagon. The wagon is pulled by Belgian horses from Whitestone Farm. The first Oktoberfest keg will be tapped by Middleburg Mayor Bridge Littleton and Old Ox Brewery President Chris Burns.
Local bands, including Something’s Brewing and Blaskapelle Alte Kameraden, will provide the soundtrack for the day. A variety of singers and musicians will perform on the Federal Street Stage. Feats of strength will be held throughout the day including stein raising, musical chairs, and other Oktoberfest games. The event will also feature a moon bounce and art activities for children.
Traditional Oktoberfest food from King Street Oyster Bar, Market Salamander, and Little Austria will be available for purchase. Oktoberfest beer from Old Ox Brewery and Lost Barrel Brewing, wine from Greenhill Vineyards, Cana Vineyards, 50 West Vineyards, and Boxwood Winery, and cider from Mt. Defiance Cidery and Distillery will also be available for purchase. Regional artisans will be present throughout the day with exhibits of fine art, pottery, jewelry, photography, wearable art and more.
The Art Fair will feature artwork from 25 local and regional artists on South Madison Street and Federal Street. Visitors are encouraged to connect with artists and discuss their creative process. Art-lovers will also get a rare opportunity to purchase original works of art without gallery fees.
Oktoberfest is free to attend and features a number of family-friendly activities. Traditional Bavarian attire is encouraged, but not required. Visit www.middleburgvaoktoberfest.com and www.facebook.com/MiddleburgOktoberfest for event updates. For additional information, please contact the Middleburg Town Office at 540-687-5152.
Annual Meeting & Community Leadership Awards
The Loudoun Chamber will celebrate its 56th Annual Meeting & Community Leadership Awards on Friday, January 19, 2024. We will honor top community leaders as well as celebrate the success of the 2023 Board of Directors Chair, Carol Barbe. We will also welcomed in our 2024 Board and the new Chair Angela Mitchell, owner of ARM Consulting, LLC. More event information coming soon. 2023 Event Photos
On Monday, August 21, 2023, the 41st Annual Chamber Classic will be held at The Club at Creighton Farms. This event has been Loudoun County’s premier business golf tournament for four decades. The Chamber Classic offers our sponsors tremendous marketing exposure, and an incomparable day of golf on this Jack Nicklaus designed course. Sponsorships are available!
Small Business Awards
For 29 years, the Loudoun Small Business Awards have been the most prestigious honors celebrating the best small businesses, entrepreneurs and nonprofit organizations in our Loudoun community. We hope you will join us on Friday, November 10, 2023, to congratulate finalists and winners in 9 categories, including the top prize, at the 2023 Small Business of the Year. Winners are announced in front of a live audience of Loudoun’s top business and community leaders. Sponsorships are available!
On April 27, 2023, the Loudoun Chamber honored 118 of our community’s real life heroes, including several truly heroic citizens, for their courageous, often lifesaving actions at the 38th Annual Loudoun County Valor Awards. Plan to join us next year with Loudoun’s top business and community leaders for this proud Chamber tradition, as we demonstrate respect and appreciation for these dedicated public servants and their selfless acts of heroism and service. Event Photos