Elkins First Friday- Dancin' On Davis is the first Friday that takes place outside on the streets of downtown. This first Friday will feature live music and dancing on Davis Avenue. We will have an open house for the new businesses on the street. A corn hole tournament will also be taking place on Davis Avenue during the event. So come out and enjoy the food and listen to some great music and if your feet want to dance, join in the fun!
We are extremely excited to share with everyone that once again, we will be lining 14th Street West with tables and chairs to enjoy a local feast with our friends and neighbors. The Wild Ramp’s Annual Farm to Table Dinner has been scheduled for Saturday, September 30th, 2017. Social hour begins at 5 pm and dinner will be served at 6 pm. There will be delicious local food, great music from Moonshine Crossing, and wonderful company in the heart of Old Central City once again as we bring everyone together for our annual dinner. Sponsors include Cabell Huntington Hospital.
Join us for the 2nd annual Blue Ridge Arts & Crafts Festival, to be held at the historic Peter Burr Farm in Shenandoah Junction, WV, featuring over 50 Blue Ridge artists and artisans, live music, local food and drinks, free children's activities, tours of the historic property, artist demos, door prizes, and more, with free admission for everyone.
This Fiber Arts Fest features Sheep, Alpaca, talks and demos on Wool, Quilting and Quilt Care. We'll be offering Tie-Dyeing, local food and vendors selling related fiber creations. Lots of parking available. Event is free to participants.
Join us at the 2017 Kanawha State Forest Mountain Bike Festival, a showcase of the very best trails in Southern West Virginia. Four days of family fun in the dirt! Riding, racing, food, music and more! Scheduled for Memorial Day weekend, May 26-29, 2017, the festival will include free camping, exciting racing, live music from The Fort Hillbillies, a women’s skills clinic, local food and amazing singletrack. For up to the minute information, visit our Facebook page at fb.me/KSFMTBFEST. Tweet us @ksfmtbfest / #ksfmtbfest. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Directions, parking and course details will be finalized and posted soon here and at www.ksfmtbfest.com. KSF MTB Fest is hosting the 31st Annual Black Bear 40k Mountain Bike Race, long billed as the “Scariest Race in the World,” where cross-country racers will find themselves hitting some of the steepest, most technical terrain in West Virginia. The race is part of the West Virginia Mountain Bike Association (WVMBA) race series. ***Top expert male and female XC racer guaranteed $500 payout*** EQUAL PAYOUT FOR FOR MALE AND FEMALE EXPERTS! Need more? Race Short Track and Enduro! The notorious Black Bear Enduro is the third stop in the growing WV Enduro Series. Like the XC race, EQUAL PAYOUT FOR FOR MALE AND FEMALE EXPERTS! Race all three! The fastest expert riders, man and woman, in all three disciplines (STXC, XC & Enduro) win big! Brought to you by the Star USA Federal Credit Union, Kanawha State Forest, West Virginia Mountain Bike Association (WVMBA), WV Enduro Series, Maple Creative (MCWV), BrickStreet Insurance, The Wine Shop, Charleston Bicycle Center, John's Cyclery, Pro Mountain Outfitters, New River Bikes, Tear Jerkers, Inc. and the B&B MTB Crew.
Bridge Jam is the perfect complement to your Bridge Day experience. Round out your weekend with this two-day music festival held on the Cascade Festival Grounds at the former Gaines Estate (225 W. Maple Ave.) just two blocks from downtown Fayetteville. The festival includes live music, a variety of craft beers, food trucks, food choices from Fayetteville’s well known restaurants and more. Live music will run throughout the day, making it the perfect location before or after a visit to the historic Bridge Day festival. Festival grounds will open Friday evening at 8:00 p.m. with music running from 8:30 p.m. to midnight, then again on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. with music running from 12:30 p.m. to midnight. Tent camping and RV spots can be reserved on the grounds both Friday and Saturday nights.