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Tracey W. Gardner
Madison County
Chamber of Commerce
110 N Main Street
Madison, VA 22727
(540) 948-4455 

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Enter the parade for Dec 4th, 545pm Tree Lighting on War Memorial Lawn, Parade at 6pm (see below), Open House after at Greenscapes with many vendors, Madison Inn with vendors Saturday Dec 5, Madison Choral Society concert tpm at Mt Carmel in Haywood Saturday, Madison Mountain Memorial fundraiser in Criglersville Sunday, more under Schedule of Events




Download entry form, or call 540-948-4455 for more information




NEW! Madison County Community Resource Guide 

Produced and maintained by Madison County Social Services, this comprehensive guide offers descriptions and contact information for agencies who offer services such as Aging, Child Services,Counseling, Disability, Education, Employment and much more to Madison-area residents.

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2016 Taste of the Mountains Registration and Guidelines

Saturday, September 3, 2016 
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Historic Main Street, Madison, Virginia

Register now using the information below.

Fees: Handmade crafts only if not from Madison - $115, Madison Chamber of Commerce Members, Madison Churches, Madison Political, Adult Civic Organizations - $85, Student Organizations - Free, All others $115

Registration Form (pdf)

Guidelines for Exhibitors (pdf)


2016 Taste of the Mountains Info

The 24th annual “TASTE OF THE MOUNTAINS” Street Festival, sponsored by the Madison Chamber of Commerce will be held on September 3, 2016 from 9am to 4pm.

This event is free and has free parking at the Madison County High School with shuttle buses that run throughout the day. There is a handicap bus as well, but there are some spaces available for handicap parking on Washington Street. The Madison Free Clinic will asking for donations for those spaces.

Madison is located 27 miles north from Charlottesville on Route 29 and 17 miles south of Culpeper on Route 29.

The event has earned its reputation for uniqueness with a following of visitors that return every year. In 1999 it was named as one of the top 20 festivals in the southeastern region. This occasion started in 1992 as a heritage festival that celebrates the Mountain and Traditional cultures of the 18th & 19th century America as reflected in the customs and history of the Blue Ridge Mountains region and has continued this theme.

The entire family can enjoy the day, browsing, shopping, enjoying the games, riding ponies, listening to great music, eating and taking pleasure in the vast array of entertainment.