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Sutton Lake Fall Foliage Tour

Experience WV’s autumn glory by boat! 2018 fall foliage lake tours available for four days only – October 6, 7,

Sutton Lake Fall Foliage Tour

Experience WV's autumn glory by boat! 2018 fall foliage lake tours available for four days only - October 6, 7, 13, and 14. All tours depart at 2:00 p.m. and last approximately 2 1/2 hours. Sutton Lake has 44 miles of shoreline surrounded by over 10,000 acres of protected land and the views are spectacular. $28.00/person + tax (no charge for children under age 3) includes the boat, driver, fuel, and safety equipment. Sit back, relax, and let us do the driving. Make your reservation by calling 304-765-2120 or book online at http://www.suttonlakemarina.com/fall-foliage-tours.

Sutton Lake Fall Foliage Tour

Experience WV's autumn glory by boat! 2018 fall foliage lake tours available for four days only - October 6, 7, 13, and 14. All tours depart at 2pm and last approximately 2 1/2 hours. Sutton Lake has 44 miles of shoreline surrounded by over 10,000 acres of protected land and the views are spectacular. $33.00/person + tax (no charge for children under age 3) includes the boat, driver, fuel, and safety equipment. Sit back, relax, and let us do the driving. Make your reservation by calling 304-765-2120 or book online at http://www.suttonlakemarina.com/fall-foliage-tours.

Sutton Lake Fall Foliage Tour

Experience WV’s autumn glory by boat! 2018 fall foliage lake tours available for four days only – October 6, 7,

WV FILMmakers Festival

The first West Virginia FILMmakers Festival was held in the spring of 2001 at the Landmark Studio for the Arts in historic Sutton, West Virginia. Co-founded by Kevin Carpenter and Steve Fesenmaier to showcase West Virginia’s best filmmakers. Films are now shown primarily at the Elk Theatre, a Historic 1930s one-screen theater on Main Street in downtown Sutton. Filmmaking seminars, other festival activities, and after-parties with live music are held at the Landmark Studio for the Arts. Hosted every October, the festival has become the singular celebration of West Virginia Filmmakers. The festival is characterized by enlightening films, networking opportunities, live music, and great parties. The West Virginia FILMmakers Festival is a wonderful venue for meeting filmmakers, actors, and industry contacts, while experiencing the latest produced films reflecting trends, techniques, and technology. This three-day festival takes place every year on the first weekend of October with screening taking place in Historic Downtown Sutton, WV at the Elk Theatre. All access passes can be purchased before the festival at the official website listed below for $25. Passes at the door are $30 or $10 per screening. See event website for all details.

Burnsville Harvest Festival

There will be stage entertainment through out the day, including a Karaoke contest, local musicians and featured band will be Back in the Day. We will have games and amusements for the kids, food and craft vendors, a Corn Hole tournament, and more Hours: 8 a.m. - 11 p.m.

CharCon Bonus Round: Roleplaying and SciFi Weekend

CharCon brings you bonus gaming with a weekend full of Role Playing! Pathfinder, Sparks, Confluence, Shadowrun and more. Not a roleplayer, but always wanted to try it out? This is your chance! Plus there will be many other things going on (sure to be some board and card games). Maybe even a Nero event! The event officially takes place on Saturday and Sunday, but there is plenty of space for folks to plan on playing games on Friday night as well. Book your room at the awesome Days Inn in Flatwoods for the full weekend experience!

Bonus Round SciFi and Gaming Convention

Bonus Round is an annual fan and gaming convention steeped in horror and science fiction! It's a weekend of fun in the beautiful hills of central West Virginia!