Noland Village Day in Providence, VA

           The 21st Annual Noland Country Fair Day in the village of Noland at Providence in northern Halifax County at the intersection of Cole's Ferry and Morton's Ferry Roads
May 8, 2010 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.


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Crafters, exhibitors, antique dealers, classic car collectors, antique farm machinery and quarter scale tractor enthusiasts and collectors are cordially invited to display and sell their wares and treasures. (No fee for booths.)

For more information, call Angie Slayton-Sargent at (434) 454-6673 or Nannie Blanks at (434) 454-6962. Proceeds benefit upkeep and maintenance of Historic Halifax Church.

Noland Village is a restoration of an early crossroads community near Clover. Come enjoy a day with Brunswick stew, country music, crafts, antique furniture, antique farm machinery, plant and herb sales, and a house tour.

Crafters, artisans, woodworkers, antique dealers, old machinery and antique car collectors are cordially invited to attend. Historic Halifax Church and the restored Robert Carr house will be on tour.




Early 1900s Steam Engine

Plants, Flowers & Herbs
Carl Espy & Fulton Conner
Antique Farm Equipment
Mel Steven's Hit-n-Miss Engines
Hit-n-Miss Engines

Ornamental Blacksmithing- Charlie Boothe's Mulberry Forge
Ornamental Blacksmithing
Custom Cars
Custom Cars
Antique MG
Antique Cars
1830 Presbyterian Church- Click for more photos.
1830 Presbyterian Church



Sponsored in support of the maintenance and upkeep of Historic Halifax Church. For more information, call (434) 454-6962.


• Interior & Exterior Church Photos
• Judge Frank M. Slayton is guest speaker: The County's Role In The Revolutionary War at the Nolan Village Church
Halifax Presbyterian Church Historic Marker


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