Please join us on Saturday, September 21st from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, ET, for our very first Rugby Appalachian Heritage Day!

This fun event for all ages will take place on the grounds at historic Uffington House and will highlight the history and culture of the communities that surrounded Rugby at the time of its 1880 founding, and have contributed so much to its history since then.

Antique farm equipment, blacksmithing, quilting, candle making, and even bee keeping will be just a few of the many historic living history demonstrations you will be able to see while enjoying music from Highlander Bluegrass and folk music performances. Historic artisans will have a variety of  crafts for sale and there will be rope making, candle dipping and even a puppet show for kids, so be sure to bring the whole family!

Once you have enjoyed the demonstrations at Uffington House head on down to the Harrow Road Cafe where we’ll be hosting our second Antique Street Fair as part of the event. If you missed your chance at that special something in June be sure to visit the variety of antique vendors we’ll have returning for this day!