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NOVA-Antiques was designated as a resource for antiques and collectibles flea markets in an article published in the Weekend Section
of the Washington Post on May 6, 2005
Mentioned by Jura Koncius of the Washington Post as one of the best places to find out about auctions and estate sales.
The Mid-Atlantic Website for all Things Antique & Collectible
NOVA-Antiques does not manage, own, promote or operate any of the flea markets listed and reviewed on this page. Questions about
these flea markets should be directed to the promoter, owner or manager of the flea market. Questions about advertising on NOVA-Antiques.com
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For more than 35 years the village of Lucketts in Loudoun County Virginia has been home to the Annual Lucketts Fair in the month of
August. It is reported that more than 15,000 visitors come to the fair each year and why not, this fair has it all . . . live
blue grass music, arts and crafts, antiques and collectibles, food, food and more food and oh, did we forget to mention the most luscious
homemade ice cream in the whole world.
The Lucketts Fair is held at the Lucketts Community Center and Park on Route 15 and Lucketts Road, across from the folks at the Old
Lucketts Store Antiques. The fair is a short convenient drive from West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania and the Washington,D.C. area. It is about 7 miles north of historic Leesburg, Virginia and just about 20 miles south of Frederick, Maryland. Proceeds of the Lucketts Fair help restore the Old Lucketts School, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Our Review from the NOVA-Antiques Flea Markets Page
Another great event in the picturesque hamlet of Lucketts, Virginia, just north of Leesburg, is the annual Lucketts Fair which will
be held on Saturday & Sunday, August 20 & 21, 2011. The Lucketts Fair features great family entertainment with rides
and arts and crafts for the kids and an antiques and collectibles corridor for the adults. It attracts many great vendors and thousands
of people from the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. area as well as those from western Maryland and West Virginia. The Lucketts
Fair also features plenty of parking, delicious food and great live music.