At the Beulah Fall Festival and Curbside Market, you can pick-up your pre-orders of Smoked BBQ, Baked Beans, Brunswick Stew, Apple Butter and Pork Rinds. If there’s any left after pre-orders, you may purchase it onsite.
Come on in and shop at our Country Store where there will be a great selection of baked goods, jams, jellies, pickles, handmade crafts, handmade cards, collectables, jewelry, pecans, hand creams, Christmas items, and more!
Our Country Kitchen will be open for breakfast and lunch.
This year there are many things for the entire family at the Beulah Fall Festival including Hayrides, a Bouncy House, Face Painting, games, Live Blue Grass Music performed by The Auld Country and more!! We look forward to seeing you there.
The Yard Sale is open to anyone in the community who would like to sell.
Summary of Guidelines
The spaces are $25 per spot prior to November 1and $30 on or after November 1
The spaces are a standard parking space size.
Set up is at 7:00 am and pack up is at 2:00 pm.
Please bring your own table, chairs, and canopy.
No firearms, ammunititon, weapons, alcohol, drugs, tobacco, vaping products are allowed to be sold or on the church property.
Live Bluegrass Music
We are happy to announce this year's Fall Festival will be hosting The Auld Country Bluegrass band.
HEAR WHAT IS BEING SAID ABOUT THEM
"The Auld Country is a world-spanning group of friends and colleagues bringing adventure and rhythm to bluegrass. Featured at the International Bluegrass Music Association convention last fall, The Auld country blends bluegrass with myriad other influences from around the world to create a unique musical experience."
The Henrico Citizen
Smithfield musician joins with bluegrass performers across the U.S. in The Auld Country
The Auld Country isn’t your typical bluegrass band.
Smithfield musician joins with bluegrass performers across the U.S. in The Auld Country The Auld Country isn’t your typical bluegrass band. Jesse Burdick, the band’s primary banjo player and founder, lives in Smithfield; the other three members reside across the country from Connecticut to California.
When Burdick met multi-instrumentalist Geddy Miller of Connecticut in June at the Jenny Brook Bluegrass Festival in Tunbridge, Vermont, he asked Miller to visit Virginia in August to play alongside him at the Galax Old Fiddler’s Convention. That’s where he came up with the concept for The Auld Country: a group of friends from all over the world who were up for an adventure as a touring bluegrass band...
"Some of the band’s members have been playing bluegrass music since childhood; others have only entered the genre within the past decade. But Burdick and his band members each hold themselves to high standards. “It’s not just us standing in a line parroting songs in a bar,” Burdick said. “It’s art and it’s pure creation.” ...
"The Auld Country is currently working on putting out its first group album, which will feature a song written by Miller called “Daddy’s Pride,” inspired by Miller’s birthplace of Cedar Hill, Missouri."
The Smithfield Times