Good Times, Tastes, & Traditions
The Greater Augusta Regional Chamber of Commerce Fall Celebration
Saturday, September 22nd 10am – 7pm
Sunday, September 23rd 11am – 5pm
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The Greater Augusta Regional
Chamber of Commerce presents
Good Times, Tastes & Traditions
2012 Fall Celebration
The Chamber’s most diversified event
celebrating visual arts,
and delicious ethnic cuisine.
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The Frontier Culture Museum will come alive during this annual event & will include the following features:
• Wineries and Breweries
• Cultural traditions
• Ethnic Food
• Period Artists
• Interactive Seminars &
• And More!
Our mission is to create a weekend
of events and educational activities
to bring awareness to 5 featured countries -
at The Frontier Culture Museum.
Attendees will be able to dabble in
each country’s culture
by choosing to sample
a little of
their unique entertainment, arts, crafts,
& beverage or
all of the above!
The Greater Augusta Regional Chamber of Commerce has a goal to raise awareness for:
• The American Frontier Culture Foundation: to support
programs for local school children
taking field trips to the Museum.
• The Blue Ridge Area Food Bank’s
needs for donations; special food bins
will be set up for donations.
Frequently Asked Questions
- When is the festival?
Saturday, September 22nd, 2012 from 10am – 7pm
Sunday, September 23rd, 2012 from 11am – 5pm
- Where is the festival?
The Frontier Culture Museum in Staunton, VA www.frontiermuseum.org
- Is it Rain or Shine?
Yes, we will have the festival rain or shine.
- Can I bring my pet?
Sorry no pets allowed.
- Can I bring my own food and beverages?
No coolers are permitted. There are water/drink fountains on the grounds and we will have food and beverages for purchase via vendors.
Wine/Beer samples are available if you purchase a “tasting passport.”
- Can I bring a blanket or chairs?
Yes. There will also be sporadic seating provided.
- Will there be food or drinks to purchase?
Yes – See our vendor page.
- Where will I park? Is there a charge for parking?
Parking is off of Richmond Road at the main Frontier Culture Museum Entrance.
*Follow the signs. There is no charge for parking.
*Our handicap attendees will find handicap parking in the main parking lot
by The F.C.M Welcome Center.
- Will I need my ID to get into the festival?
Yes. Since alcohol will be served, ID’s are required if you purchased a “tasting passport".
- Is this open to families?
YES – this event will have plenty to do for families.
- What are the activities available for children?
We will have a Children’s Tent (located on the America Farm) and varies other games on the other farms for children. Every farm includes a house to walk through and in most cases a farm, farm animals etc. for your enjoyment.
- How do I get to The Frontier Culture Museum?
You will find directions on our “Directions” page.
- Can I get a refund for my ticket if I can’t attend?
No. All sales are final. Thank you for understanding.
- What does my admission “passport” (ticket) include?
If you purchase a “tasting passport" it includes the wine/beer tastings from our wineries and breweries. None of our tickets include food and/or beverages. Your “passport” (ticket) covers your admission to the whole museum, entertainment, our seminars and a souvenir tasting glass.