Electric Vehicle Show, 5K Charity Run and Parade Will Highlight Annual Poolesville Day Festival on Saturday, Sept. 23

Per Montgomery County: One of the region’s largest electric vehicle displays, a classic car show, a 5-kilometer charity run and a morning parade will be among the many highlights of the annual Poolessville Day festival on Saturday, Sept. 23. Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich will be among those joining the celebration. Poolesville Day has been a tradition for more than 25 years. It is produced by the Poolesville Day Committee, Inc., which is comprised of local volunteer residents. The event annually attracts more than 12,000 attendees to the small Montgomery town.

The day will begin with the 5K charity run at 8 a.m. The event runs from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., with the parade beginning at 11 a.m. Kenny Mallow, at Poolesville resident who passed away at age 59 in July, will be honored at the parade. The event will spread down Fisher Avenue in Downtown Poolesville.

In 2022, Poolesville Green’s National Drive Electric Week (NDEW) Poolesville Day Electric Vehicle Show had more than 200 vehicles registered, making it the largest NDEW event worldwide (based on registered vehicles). In addition to the electric vehicle show and the classic car show, the festivities will include local musical performances and live demonstrations celebrating the County’s Agricultural Reserve. The event will have arts and craft vendors and other exhibitors, food and beverages from award-winning vendors and children’s entertainment. Children’s activities will include rides, a moon bounce, a train ride and pony rides.

For more information about Poolesville Day, go to https://www.poolesvilleday.com/.

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