Costume Spectacle at Stone Hill October 27th 3 pm
Costume? Think big! We will be awarding prizes for Scariest, Funniest, Historical, Political, Animal, Environmental and Best Overall.
Experience eight elements that make the ultimate Spectacle: multitude, stone (amphitheater, circle, walls, follies), fire (bonfire, torches), music, animals, costumes, magic and a procession.
The spirit of the Spectacle is captured in an annual photo album. Bring your camera and your images may be included in the 2018 book, which will be given to all winning photographers.
If you are coming from Washington, stay in Rappahannock for the evening. Just let me know and I will find you a place. If you can host guests, please volunteer.
A food truck from the Etlan Little Country Store, offering barbecue, steaks, and hamburgers, will be on hand throughout the Spectacle.
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40 Spring Wish Lane Flint Hill, Virginia
Located in Flint Hill, Virginia, the Stone Hill Amphitheater was hand built by John B. Henry over seven years. Approximately an hour west of Washington D.C. off of Crest Hill Road, Exit 27 on the I-66.