Weekend Picks: September 20-22

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Weekend Spotlight: Saturday in Staunton
Pets in the Park
Gypsy Hill Park
5k Fun Run Race starts at 9:00 am
Human and dog athletes can participate in a 5k fun run, but afterwards there will also be a magnificent mutt show, a candid cat photo contest, vendors, food and face painting. The money raised will help provide food and care for the animals at the shelter.

Info: https://runsignup.com/Race/VA/Staunton/Furry5KatPetsinthePark

Friday, Saturday and Sunday: Edinburg
39th Annual Ole Time Festival
Full schedule in the link below
508 Piccadilly Street, Edinburg
There will be a parade, a 4k fun run, a children's festival, antique cars, old timers sports events, a bed race and so much more!

Info: http://www.edinburgoletimefestival.org/

Saturday: Harrisonburg
Shenandoah Valley Pride Festival
12:00-6:00 pm
Court Square Lawn
Enjoy food, entertainment, local bands, and guest speakers at this fun and free event.

Info: https://eventful.com/harrisonburg/events/shenandoah-valley-pride-festival-/E0-001-129877710-1

Friday, Saturday and Sunday: Franklin, WV
51st Annual Treasure Mountain Festival
Full schedule in the link below
Potomac Recreation Area
There will be a ton to do, including arts and crafts, a grand parade, heritage crafters, fort burning, a treasure hunt and a car show.

Info: https://treasuremtnfestival.com/festival-activities/

Saturday: College St. pavilion in Dayton
A night under the Stars
Join Chief Meteorologist Aubrey Urbanowicz for a Dancing with the Stars of the 'Burg fundraiser.
Enjoy music from Mike Davis, and food from Mama's Caboose Food truck. Doors open at 6, music starts at 6:30pm.
Admission: Donation, plus a 50/50 raffle
All proceeds benefit the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Child Daycare.

Info: https://treasuremtnfestival.com/festival-activities/

You can always find more events going on every weekday and weekend on WHSV's Community Calendar.