The Bluemont Fair is an annual event held in the historic village of Bluemont and features an antique and collectibles market was well as juried arts and crafts. In addition, the Bluemont Fair is a family friendly festival with entertainment and fun for the entire family. All proceeds benefit local student scholarships, community beautification and historic building improvements.
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Glass is nothing more than sand which is usually mixed with an alkaline flux to make it easier to melt at lower temperatures. Since glass can break down over time, depending on quality, a stabilizer, normally lime, is used to make it last longer. Most glass with no other additives is a greenish color. However since ancient times, glass makers have been adding different metals and oxides including gold to change the color of glass. Some of the most prominent and beautiful colored glass is produced by the Venetians and more specifically the island of Murano.