Newtown Heritage Festival Schedule

You can find all events that are plannded for the 2019 Newtown Heritage Festival here. You can also follow our Facebook page for the most up to date information.

Friday, May 24th

6:00 PM
- Festival Opens
> Food and Concessions
> Crafters
> Festival HQ
6:30 PM
8:00 PM

Saturday, May 25th

10:00 AM
- Festival Opens
> Food and Concessions
> Crafters
> Festival HQ
> Museum
> Lions Club Sight & Hearing Screening Van
10:30 AM
- Guided Wagon Tour of Historic Stephens City**
10:45 AM
11:30 AM
- Dedication of the "Lenny" the Town Dog Memorial*
12:00 PM
2:00 PM
- Newtown Heritage Festival Parade: Sponsored by the Stephens City Lions Club
3:30 PM
4:30 PM
- Guided Wagon Tour of Historic Stephens City**
5:30 PM
- 2nd Annual "Pie Town" Pie Eating Contest @ the Commons
7:00 PM
Around 9:15 PM
- Fireworks Display @ the Commons: Sponsored by The Hollis Family Foundation
* Located at the old Stephens City School - Map Link
** 45-minute tour created especially for the festival by Rick Kriebel of the Newtown History Center. This is a FREE tour, but seating is limited and tickets are required. You can pick up a ticket at the Festival tent or at the Town Office the week of the festival.

Newtown Heritage Festival Schedule

You can find all events that are plannded for the 2019 Newtown Heritage Festival here. You can also follow our Facebook page for the most up to date information.

Saturday, May 25th

10:00 AM
- Memorial Day Observance - Stephens City Veterans Memorial*
- Festival Opens
> Food and Concessions
> Crafters
> Festival HQ
> Museum
> Lions Club Sight & Hearing Screening Van
10:30 AM
- Guided Wagon Tour of Historic Stephens City**
10:45 AM
11:30 AM
- Dedication of the "Lenny" the Town Dog Memorial*
12:00 PM
2:00 PM
- Newtown Heritage Festival Parade: Sponsored by the Stephens City Lions Club
3:30 PM
4:30 PM
- Guided Wagon Tour of Historic Stephens City**
5:30 PM
- 2nd Annual "Pie Town" Pie Eating Contest @ the Commons
7:00 PM
Around 9:15 PM
- Fireworks Display @ the Commons: Sponsored by The Hollis Family Foundation
* Located at the old Stephens City School - Map Link
** 45-minute tour created especially for the festival by Rick Kriebel of the Newtown History Center. This is a FREE tour, but seating is limited and tickets are required. You can pick up a ticket at the Festival tent or at the Town Office the week of the festival.