The Heritage Harvest Festival is celebrating all things Thomas Jefferson. The president's lawn at Monticello is hosting the seventh annual festival.
It featured live musical performances, tastings of tomatoes and other home grown foods, and tours of Jefferson's gardens.
"The flowers are beautiful, the vendors are friendly, it's set up very accessible, the shuttle ride was easy it's organized perfect, just a lovely day," said Sue Brocker of Roanoke.
Wood splitting and yarn spooling demonstrations also took place.
The festival ended Saturday evening with performances from Lockn' Festival's Sarah Jarosz.
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