Join us to see an old Town in a very personal way. Become backyard friends in 15 or so gardens
Join us for Fayetteville Farm Days from August 24th - 26th. Our main event will be Saturday, August 25 from 9am to 1pm at the Fayetteville Convention & Visitors Bureau. This event will feature many of our local farms in the area. Meet local farmers; enjoy farm demonstrations, crafts, and fun activities for the kids. The Fayetteville Farmers Market will also be going on from 7:30am -11:30am. New to this year, we will be hosting Fayette County farm tours. Participating farms will be opening up for public tours on August 24 and Sunday, August 26th. Stay tuned for our farm tour schedule. Head over to one of our amazing restaurants in town to enjoy a farm-to-fork meal. Participating Fayetteville restaurants will be running specials featuring farm fresh ingredients. We are looking for farmers to represent their local farms or for farmers willing to offer hands-on demos at the event. For more information, email [email protected] or call 304-574-1500.
Shop local farmers, producers and artisans. Brunch served daily. Local musicians every week. Every Sunday, May thru October 14, 10am - 2pm at Charles Pointe. Exit 124 off I-79.
Shop local farmers, producers and artisans. Brunch served daily. Local musicians every week. The last Winter Market will be held April 8th inside Bridgeport Conference Center, 11am - 2pm. Exit 124 off I-79.
The West Virginia Department of Agriculture in cooperation with the WVU Extension Service Small Farm Center is excited to bring the Winter Blues Farmers Market to the Charleston Civic Center. This premier event gives all of us the opportunity to showcase the bounty of West Virginia. We are proud of this event and want to economically demonstrate that small farmers mean big business. This event is FREE and open to the public.
The historic town of Shepherdstown WV will hold its 20th annual Back Alley Garden Tour and Tea the weekend of May 21 and 22. The event, which is sponsored by the Shepherdstown Community Club, will include a self-guided walking tour of some 20 private gardens rarely open to the public and an elegant afternoon tea. Incorporated in 1762, Shepherdstown has many interesting 18th- and early 19th-century homes. Many of the gardens on the Garden Tour will be located on the grounds of those homes. The town will be hosting other garden-related activities both days, including a Native Plant Sale on Saturday and a Farmers' Market on Sunday. Both days will also include a variety of other activities for visitors: live music, children's events, carriage rides, displays by local artists, access to local historic sites, and special spring menus at many local restaurants. The Tour and Tea and all the other weekend activities will be held rain or shine. Garden Tour hours will be 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday and 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday. The Teas will be offered from 12 noon to 4:00 p.m. each day. Admission to both the Garden Tour and Tea will be $20 per person before May 17, and $25 after that. Advance tickets to the Garden Tour and Tea and more information are available online at www.backalleygarden.org. The Saturday Native Plant Sale will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.. Sponsored by the Potomac Valley Audubon Society, it will emphasize plants that benefit endangered pollinators like honeybees and butterflies, and it will include informational displays as well as vendors. The Sunday Farmers Market will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. All the weekend's other activities will follow the same hours as the Garden Tour.
Shop local at the weekly Summer Farmers Market, Saturday from 8:30 a.m. - noon at the Morgantown Market Place on Spruce Street. More than twenty vendors will offer a variety of fresh vegetables, fruit, herbs, eggs, cheese, jams, jellies, nuts, honey, meats, woolen products, soaps, etc. all produced within 50 miles. Come to the market this week to hear musician Michael Ginsburg, for information about non-profit Partnership For Success, and a cooking demonstration by Hayley Ryzeck. Shoppers can use cash or market tokens purchased with credit/debit/SNAP cards, or WIC and Senior FMNP vouchers at approved vendors.
Shop local at the weekly Summer Farmers Market! More than twenty vendors will offer a variety of fresh vegetables, fruit, herbs, eggs, cheese, jams, jellies, nuts, honey, meats, woolen products, soaps, etc. all produced within 50 miles. Shoppers can use cash or market tokens purchased with credit/debit/SNAP cards, or WIC and Senior FMNP vouchers at approved vendors. Market runs every Saturday from 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. at the Morgantown Market Place on Spruce Street, now - November 4th.
Weekly Summer Farmers Market begins this Saturday from 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. at the Morgantown Market Place on Spruce Street. More than twenty vendors will offer a variety of fresh vegetables, fruit, herbs, eggs, cheese, jams, jellies, nuts, honey, locally raised meats, woolen products, soaps, etc. all produced within 50 miles. This week the market will feature a cooking demo by Cindy Gay, information from Healthy Bodies Healthy Minds/Try this, and music by violinist Michael Ginsburg, and proximity to the High Street Bazaar (10 a.m. - 2 p.m.). Shoppers can use cash or market tokens purchased with credit/debit/SNAP cards, or WIC and Senior FMNP vouchers at approved vendors.
The Nicholas County Potato Festival will celebrate 47 years in September of 2016. There will be a pet pageant, mashed potato and tater tot eating contests, corn hole competition, firemen's parade, 5 K race/walk, spud hunt, sack race, entertainment, grand parade, potato idol competition, car and tractor shows, hot wing eating contest, farmer's market, amusement rides. Food, fun and great neighbors!
Enjoy the best of summer at the 8th annual Tomato Festival – featuring over 50 varieties of tomatoes to sample. There will also be a farmer’s market, tomato contest, music, artisans, food demonstrations, lunch and sweet treats presented by the Marion County Master Gardeners. Tomato growers can get in on the action by submitting tomatoes for judging. Cash prizes awarded. Contact Carol Haught for more information at [email protected]