Friday, September 14th: Alumni Meet & Greet; Street Dance 6pm – 9pm Saturday, September 15th: 9:30am music begins, 10am parade, vendors throughout the day.
With on-site tattooing and piercing from over 160 artists, multitudes of vendors, contests, a Miss Tattooed West Virginia pageant and more, this will be the premier tattoo event in the state. The expo is open to the public, and kids under 12 are free with a paying adult.
Meet your favorite authors at this free, two-day celebration of books, reading, writing and creativity. Visit the Children’s Word Play area, see authors and vendors in the Festival Marketplace and find a bargain in the giant Used Book Sale (Saturday only). Activities and events for all ages. Friday, October 26 at 10am to 9pm; Saturday, October 27: 8am-5pm
All day activities including antique tractor and car displays, crafts & vendors, children's games, flea market, live entertainment, food & much, much more
Celebrate America’s birthday in America’s coolest small town. We invite you and your family to join our community in celebration and to experience the magic of our small-town Independence Day Celebration. The Fayetteville Lion’s Club will host the 4th of July Celebration kicking off the festivities on the evening of the July 3rd with live music leading into a town-wide celebration on the 4th. This free event features fun activities for the whole family, vendors, food, live entertainment, and more. Enjoy ice cream and a day full of wholesome summer fun. Nothing says summer like a watermelon spitting contest or try your hand at our hula hooping contest, adults are welcome to join. One of the highlights of the celebration is the Fayetteville Lion’s Club 4th of July Parade where you will see an explosion of patriotism with decked out floats. Bring a blanket and stay all evening, relax on the courthouse lawn and enjoy some live music. Do you think you have the best cobbler? Enter our Cobbler baking contest. The festivities will be capped off by a fireworks extravaganza at the Fayetteville Town Park at dusk on 4th. We will have Parade Registration Forms, Cobbler Contest Information and Vendor Forms at the Fayetteville Convention & Visitors Center.
For two weekends in October, the streets are filled with a variety of vendors, great food, live entertainment, and carriage rides through the Hinton Historic District. The Railroad Museum showcases model railroad and John Henry exhibits, photo and art exhibits, and more. New River Train Excursions runs daily trips from Huntington, WV to Hinton, WV each day of the festival.
You're invited to a free 100% handmade arts and crafts show in historic Shepherdstown, WV inside Town Run Tap House, featuring 17 local vendors. Shop for handmade gifts from soaps, lotion, jewelry, paintings, purses, knit items, and much more. The Tap House will have food, drink, and even a children's play area to entertain the kids while parents browse work from local artists. Door prizes! For our 3rd year, we are excited to expand this event to 2 weekends, with different amazing artists at each one: Saturday, Nov. 24th (Small Business Saturday) and Saturday, Dec. 15th! 10am to 4pm Current vendors include: (more to be added) Nov. 24th: Wild Rose Soap Co. (Organizer) Drakiln Glass (fused glass) Jackie Skavnicky (knit gifts) Gray Fox Farms (jams, jellies, infused honeys Native American jewelry, arts) Linda Steg (Christmas stockings) Dec. 15th: Wild Rose Soap Co. Shade's Farm Honey (raw honey and related gifts) Celebrate more of the town's Christmas in Shepherdstown, with horse drawn carriage rides, carolers, hot cocoa, and festivities throughout the town of Shepherdstown.
You're invited to a free 100% handmade arts and crafts show in historic Shepherdstown, WV inside Town Run Tap House, featuring 17 local vendors. Shop for handmade gifts from soaps, lotion, jewelry, paintings, purses, knit items, and much more. The Tap House will have food, drink, and even a children's play area to entertain the kids while parents browse work from local artists. Door prizes! For our 3rd year, we are excited to expand this event to 2 weekends, with different amazing artists at each one: Saturday, Nov. 24th (Small Business Saturday) and Saturday, Dec. 15th from 10am to 4pm.
A day of workshops on topics and skills of homesteading, self sufficiency, outdoor survival, bushcraft and preparedness. Also there will be vendors, food, pony rides, horse drawn carriage rides, live bluegrass music, kids activities and more. $5 for adults, kids under 12 get in free Held on the scenic grounds of the Lazy-A Campground: 15 minutes from Martinsburg and 40 minutes from Shepherdstown or Harpers Ferry, WV. Camp sites are available. Scenic mountain views, hot showers, lots of room for kids to play, and even a stream to splash in.
Celebrate America’s birthday in America’s coolest small town. We invite you and your family to join our community in celebration and to experience the magic of our small-town Independence Day Celebration. The Fayetteville Lion's Club will host the 4th of July Celebration kicking off the festivities on the evening of the July 3rd with live music leading into a town-wide celebration on the 4th. This free event features fun activities for the whole family, vendors, food, live entertainment, and more. Enjoy ice cream and a day full of wholesome summer fun. Nothing says summer like a watermelon spitting contest or try your hand at our hula hooping contest, adults are welcome to join. Do you think you have the best cobbler? Enter our Cobbler baking contest. One of the highlights of the celebration is the Fayetteville Lion's Club 4th of July Parade where you will see an explosion of patriotism with decked out floats. Bring a blanket and stay all evening, relax on the courthouse lawn and enjoy some live music. The festivities will be capped off by a fireworks extravaganza at the Fayetteville Town Park at dusk on 4th.
The Town of Man is celebrating their 100th Anniversary with a street fair from July 18, 2018 through July 21, 2018. The four day celebration kicks off with cake and ice cream at 3pm and a parade to follow at 6pm. A car show will be held on July 19, 2018. The 100 year celebration will wrap up with a two day town fair event with food, crafts, vendors, bands and more! Fireworks at dusk on Saturday evening.
WV State Flatpick Guitar Contest and Workshops is proudly partnered with Fly in Festival. The Fly In Festival is a bluegrass, old time, Americana, acoustic music festival. Some of the region's best bands and performers will be featured along with the officially sanctioned WV flatpick contest. The event offers airplane tours, sky diving exhibitions, camping, vendors, and food and drinks. The festival enjoys a venue on the beautiful Ohio River just north of Huntington, WV. The festival grounds will open the evening before the event for camping, jamming, and gathering. Some of the region's best Old Time, Bluegrass and Americana Bands will be performing, as-well-as Air Plane Tours, Sky Diving, and Camping. Tickets are $25/Day, $40/Weekend. Primitive Camping is $20/weekend, and a limited number of Full Hook-Up RV site are available for $35. Food and Drinks will be sold by the Fly In Cafe. Call 304-733-1240 for more information.
Join us in Eleanor, West Virginia for the First Annual Eleanor JEEPfest for a weekend of Jeeps, fun and friends. We will kick the weekend off on Friday evening with a Show & Shine along with vendors, food, and music. Saturday will be a full day of obstacle course runs, trail rides, vendors, food, and will end the day with a bon fire that evening. Sunday, we will be back at the obstacle course and more trail rides before wrapping up that evening. Camping spots are available for campers and tents to stay the weekend with us. Kids 12 and under are FREE! (Must be accompanied by an adult).
"If you can grow it, sew it, whittle it, video it, bake it, or program it - you can show it at the EXPO! " Please contact us if you want to be a vendor.
Join us for a free fun-filled day here at the Cockayne Farmstead. Learn about the journey that wool takes from a sheep to becoming a piece of clothing that we can wear! Enjoy demonstrations, vendors, food, children’s activities, and tours of the 1850’s farmhouse. For more information, call 304-845-1411.
Join us for the inaugural Yak Fest June 15-16 in St. Albans. This new event is in coordination with the highly popular Tour de Coal. Yak Fest is a river-based event and will provide a variety of entertainment options, including a pre-Tour de Coal event and a major downtown-based rib fest, music, and a major display of kayak and river-based vendors showing off the latest in water craft, paddle boards, fishing kayaks, and fishing gear.
Millennium Quilters will be hosting the 2018 Quilt Show at the Village Square Conference Center. The show will feature 150+ quilts, vendors, Bits and Pieces Boutique, quilt raffle, fat quarter basket raffle, and the Millennium Village. Have your "Passport" stamped by each vendor to be entered in prize drawings. Please visit our website for entry forms or online registration, vendor information, and program ad information. We will again award monetary prizes for 1st Place ($100), 2nd Place ($50), and 3rd Place ($25) in all categories. Admission: $6; children 12 and under admitted free. Hours: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. on Friday April 13; 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Saturday April 14.
West Virginia’s best music festival at ACE Adventure Resort is gearing up for its 6th year! Featuring over 25 bands
There is truly a cornucopia of creativity at the 51th Annual Capital City Art and Craft Show, everything from the
WV's Premiere Wedding Expo is going to be held at the Bridgeport Conference Center on Sunday, October 29th from noon until 4:00pm. This is the first "state focused" bridal fair, and it is our mission to feature our beautiful state as a destination for engagements, weddings and honeymoons. We will also be showcasing the best vendors the state has to offer. There will be a guest speaker from The Knot, and representatives from WV Weddings will be onsite. This bridal expo will be like none other, as there will be a Princess Parlor for our brides to be, and a Man Cave to keep the grooms to be entertained. Vendors: we are only permitting 2 businesses per classification, and we want a large variety of wedding specific vendors. Hurry and reserve your spot today. Brides: you will receive a goody bag at the door with coupons and promotional items from participating vendors plus a program book about the show. You will also have the opportunity to win some prizes. Whether you're a bride to be or a vendor, we hope you will join us on Sunday, October 29th at the Bridgeport Conference Center for WV's Premiere Wedding Expo.
Event takes place at 65 Old Main Plaza, St. Albans. Our area is full of fantastic artists and vendors whose talent range from painting and drawing to photography and jewelry and many categories in between! Find that perfect gift or browse for ideas! More information to come: artigraswv.com.
Bridge Day is West Virginia’s largest single-day festival and one of the largest extreme sports events in the world. Held
Enjoy the celebration of fall with vendors, crafts, quilts, live bands, and pageantry, and more!
At the Arts & Crafts Street Fair we'll shut down an entire street for shopping and playing! If you’re a local artisan or crafter, local organization or church group, come on out and show us what you’ve got! The Arts & Crafts Street Fair is also an opportunity to together as a community and play-- or just talk and listen to great music. Join us at downtown Hamlin on Saturday, September 23, 2017 as we shut down Walnut Street for traffic and open it up for FUN! Vendor set up is from 10:00 am to 11:00 am.
Join Grand Vue for the biggest park-wide event of the year! Vendors, crafters, food vendor, live music, activities for the kids and more!!! Shuttle services available from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
*THIS YEAR’S FESTIVAL TAKES PLACE FROM JULY 28-30, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AND SUNDAY! 2017 marks the 200th year that a ferryboat service has been operating out of either Fly, Ohio or Sistersville, West Virginia. In 2015, Monroe County, Ohio and Tyler County, West Virginia came together to celebrate this connection- now known as the Sistersville Ferry- with the first ever Ohio River Ferryboat Festival…. The event was an outstanding success and was built upon during the 2016 festival. The Ohio River Ferryboat Festival offers food, vendors and crafts, and entertainment along both ferryboat landings (Sistersville, WV and Fly, OH). For an affordable fee, visitors can take the ferryboat back and forth between states, winning prizes just for riding. This year’s festival is being planned for Friday, July 28, Saturday, July 29, and Sunday, July 30. Vendor setup is free. Entertainment is free. If you are interested in becoming a part of the Ohio River Ferryboat Festival, contact event coordinator Alex King (304-771-8835 or firstname.lastname@example.org). Listing Address: 33314 State Route 7 Fly, OH 43946 United States
Enjoy the celebration of fall with vendors, crafts, quilts, live bands, kids activities, pageantry and more!
The Hometown Mountain Heritage Festival is the premier heritage festival in West Virginia. It is an annual festival held every
Opener: Union Sound Treaty Union Sound Treaty is based out of Morgantown, West Virginia. Outsiders may not exactly view this as the most ideal location for a band to base its music career. However, it does allow the boys to exist on an island of creativity, remain close to their roots, and play out…A LOT. Union Sound Treaty was founded in the latter part of 2015. Charles had searched for months at regional open-mics and songwriter nights to find like-minded musicians who had aspirations of playing original songs for a living. Thanks to a mutual friend, Charles was able to cross paths with Shawn and John. The three soon hatched a plan of starting the group that would eventually become Union Sound Treaty. Charles grew up with Ross and the two spoke often about each other’s music. So, when it came time to find a drummer for the band, Charles knew Ross was the critical piece this band needed. Union Sound Treaty fell upon great fortune in March 2016 when they were given the opportunity to go to Blackbird Studios in Nashville, TN. They would begin work on what would become their debut album, Next Year (released November 4th, 2016). In the same room where Chris Stapleton’s Traveler was tracked, the boys of Union Sound Treaty laid the foundations of what would become an impressive debut. “With Next Year you also feel like you’re listening to a record of a band that is only going to continue to get better, and you’ll be listening to them and Charles Godwin for years to come. These guys have a bead on what really resonates in country music with listeners.”- Saving Country Music. Headliner: Sundy Best Sundy Best crafts music that re-imagines timeless classic rock of the ‘70s and ‘80s – think the Eagles and the smart, whiskey-voiced lyrics of Tom Petty and Bob Seger. With Nick on guitar and Kris on cajon, Sundy Best takes that sound, modernizes it in their own unique way by borrowing hints of country and bluegrass, to make it personal. Offstage, the pair are lifelong friends, college athletes and dog-lovers; onstage the musical duo delivers something wholly fresh and original, blending their best influences with personal music histories.
A day of workshops on topics and skills of homesteading, self sufficiency, outdoor survival, bushcraft and preparedness. Also there will be vendors, food, pony rides, horse drawn carriage rides, live bluegrass music, kids activities and more. $5 for adults, kids under 12 get in free
"Honoring the Fire Service both Old & New" Entertainment, vendors, a parade & more!
One of Mercer County's most popular events. For more than 30 years, the Mountain Festival has provided carnival rides, a lumberjack contest, petting zoo, traditional carnival food, vendors, entertainment, music and much more.
Annual festival held at the Mercer County Airport. Plane rides for kids, vendors, raffles and a Car Show. Free Admission.
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.
Don’t call them “weeds”! Our workshops and nature walks will show you food preparations and the medicinal properties of Pocahontas County’s wild and wonderful spring plants. Enjoy a weekend of fun, learn to forage and prepare tasty dishes and teas. We will give you ideas about how to make use of those pesky invasive plants and the hardy flowers in your yard. Doug Wood will be the featured naturalist. Doug is known to WV nature lovers for his “Tracking and Woods Lore” workshops, “History Alive!” portrayal of Ostenace and expert plant knowledge of wild plants and their uses. He is also an instructor with the WV Master Naturalist program. Doug will speak Friday evening and lead a nature walk on Saturday. Breakfast bake sale: goodies, coffee and herbal teas will be for sale Saturday morning during registration. Treat yourself to a delicious and unique “Wild Edibles” lunch. Soups, wraps, herbal teas will be available to purchase. Vendors on Saturday. Held at Watoga State Park. Attendance is free. Friday, April 21, 2017 10:00 a.m. Field trip to Yew Mountain Center: Nature walk to forage for a salad lunch; bread & soup optional for a fee. 7:00 p.m. Doug Wood at Watoga “Plants: Medicinal &Edible” Saturday, April 22, 2017 9:00 a.m. Registration will be at the Watoga Rec Hall from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Workshops, Nature Walks, potluck supper. Call Mary Dawson 304-799-4766 for event details and to preregister.
This community event celebrates our Appalachian heritage. Vendors, music, food, quilt show, photography contest, Civil War reenactors, educators, and much more.
First weekend in May, every year – Cheat Fest 2017 is May 5th and 6th, 2017. Gates open Friday night from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., and Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. The festival grounds in Albright, West Virginia will once again transform into a haven for boaters, music lovers, and families. Bands from all over Appalachia will entertain crowds with live music. Held rain or shine, Cheat Fest is always a good time! There will be activities for the whole family including kids' tents and parade, delicious food, art market, 5K, downriver race, vendors, live entertainment, workshops, silent auction and raffles. Kids under twelve are free! Kids of all ages can congregate at the ever-growing Kid’s Tent from noon ’till 5:00 p.m. on Saturday for a host of hands-on activities.
The American Chestnut dominated the Appalachian Forests, boasting heights of over 100 feet and accounting for 1 in every 4 forest trees... Until a deadly blight discovered in 1904 in New York State put an abrupt end to this story, destroying nearly every American Chestnut in site. Mark the date on your calendar, Sunday 8 October 2017, Columbus Day Weekend, and plan to attend West Virginia’s newest Festival, held in Rowlesburg, WV, along the “big bend of the scenic Cheat River.” If the previous years are an indication of what to expect, then it will be a real treat for all of you nature lovers – come and celebrate the great Appalachian heritage of bygone years when 40% of our forests were covered with American Chestnut Trees, commonly known as the “Redwoods of the East.” The theme of the Chestnut Festival is, “Honoring the research scientists and the heritage of our former ‘giant’ hardwood tree, the Great American Chestnut Tree.” Research scientists are dedicated to restoring hybrid American Chestnut Trees to their former native habitat, which once dominated the hills of the 16 Appalachian States from Maine to Georgia. Park activities are planned for all ages and for all types of interest. They will take place in the Scenic Rowlesburg Park by the Cheat River, 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Activities include, sampling and/or purchasing delicious chestnuts roasted on an open fire; chestnut vendors and other vendors selling their crafts and wares, including jarred chestnuts in honey; purchasing of various chestnut sapling trees for planting; networking with chestnut researchers. Food and beverages will be available at the Park Concession Stand.
The fifth annual West Virginia Tattoo Expo is finally here! Located at the Morgantown Event Center, the expo will run August 18th – 20th. With on-site tattooing and piercing from over 160 artists, multitudes of vendors, contests, a Miss Tattooed West Virginia pageant, and more, this will be the premier tattoo event in the state. The expo is open to the public, and kids under 12 are free with a paying adult. We Can’t wait to see you there!
This Years Entertainment Lineup Featuring: Hank Williams Jr., George Thorogood & the Destroyers, War, Livewire – AC/DC Tribute, Double Barrel Dixie, Knuckleduster, Guilty Pleasure, Amish Outlaws, and the Davisson Brothers Band.
Saturday, May 20 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Mid-Atlantic and Southern Qualifiers Sunday, May 21 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. U.S. Wood Chopping Championships Springboard Chop Standing Block Chop Stock Saw Underhand Chop Single Buck Hot Saw Over 40 of the world’s greatest lumberjacks including Matt Cogar, Arden Cogar Jr., Mel Lentz, Australia’s Laurence O’Toole and more! Hourly Prizes! Admission $9 Children 6-12 yrs $3
Come join us for the Showmasters Gun Show General: $7.00; Children under 12: FREE. Saturday Admission Good for Sunday with handstamp. Tickets can only be purchased day of the show at the door with cash only! All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed. DO NOT BRING LOADED GUNS INTO THE BUILDING!
Last year's show, which was held at the Hazel & J.W. Ruby Community Center at Mylan Park, was once again our best show ever, with 140 exhibitors occupying 198 spaces. Attendance was again phenomenal (have ranged from 8500- 10,000 the last 3 years) and we are hoping to make this year's show even better. The North Central West Virginia Home Builders Association "Home Show 2017" is scheduled to be held on March 10-12, 2017. The hours for the show will be from 12 p.m. - 7 p.m. on Friday; 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. on Saturday; and 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Sunday. Exhibitor set up will be 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 9th. We ask that all exhibitors with larger equipment or booths to please show up early in order to accommodate all exhibitors. Additional set up time will be on Friday from 7 a.m. - 11 a.m. prior to the show start time.
Come and join paranormal enthusiasts from all over the world at the 16th Annual Mothman Festival, as the small town of Point Pleasant, transforms into one of the largest Paranormal Conventions in the east to celebrate the Mothman Legend. Disney has Mickey and we have Mothman. He's the most popular attraction roaming around at our festival. Make sure you get in on a little selfie time during your visit. Outstanding live entertainment in the Riverfront Park, Mothman Research Center and Museum tours, Mothman movies and documentaries, TNT bus tours, paranormal crafters, vendors, authors and investigators. Mothman eyewitnesses. Saturday night TNT hayrides into Mothman country. Face painting, Zip Lines, Horse drawn wagon rides. Cosplay characters, Ghostbusters, Men In Black, Big Foot and many more characters. Family fun at a festival you have never experienced before. The World's only Mothman Festival.
We provide free concerts during the three day weekend free of charge. Do not miss your chance to see up-and-coming Nashville acts, tribute bands, and local artist grace the Riverfront Park stage at NO COST to you. The parade will be on July 1 at 11 a.m. Line will be at 10 a.m. at the Board of Education Office (Central School) on Main Street. July 1st : Parade 11 a.m.; Fireworks 10 p.m. 5K Run; Pageants; Pretty Bay Contest; Free Concerts; Kids Day with free games and activities. Fireworks Saturday evening. The Regatta is an alcohol-free event.
BOOTS-BREWS-BBQ will offer 30+ crafts Beers, dig into some amazing local BBQ pop-ups and listen to live music by Mark Bray and the Steel Soul Cowboys. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the event. Ticket gets you 10 pours of brews. Additional ticket for $12.50 may be purchased for additional pours of brews at the event.
With indoor and outdoor exhibitors selling antiques, collectibles and crafts, new and used merchandise, the State Fairgrounds turn into a bargain hunter's hangout and a hot-bed of unique and one-of-a-kind treasures.
The State Fair of West Virginia is the quintessential summer activity. The offerings run from the agricultural to the acrobatic, in the largest multi-day celebration in West Virginia. The State Fair of West Virginia constantly reinvents its successful formula with a new theme each year and new performances and exhibits. Each year features special ticketed performances by big name musical acts, which in past years have included the iconic country band, Alabama and popular Bluegrass singer, Allison Krauss. The free family entertainment also changes yearly with past popular acts featuring dare-devil motorcyclists, trained wolves, magic acts and wild tigers.
Kicking off Thursday evening, this four-day event is chock full with parades, vendors, carnival rides, free concerts at the amphitheater, and of course, fireworks and the Great Rubber Duck Race on the Greenbrier River.
Foam at the Dome returns to Charleston in 2017 with craft beers, local artisans and eateries, and live music. Admission TBA
Come see the newest inventory of RVs, boats, and ATVs. Explore the new outdoor adventure zones for travel destinations, golfing, fly fishing, kayaking, biking, and much more. New! MedExpress Adventure Challenge Passport: Visit Adventure Challenge Stations including catch-and-release trout pond, disc golf, archery tag, first tee golf range and Cute Critter Duck Pond. Admission $7; free to children 12 and under.
Come see the newest inventory in RVs, boats, and ATVs. Explore the new outdoor adventure zones for travel destinations, golfing, fly fishing, kayaking, biking, and much more. New! MedExpress Adventure Challenge Passport: visit Adventure Challenge stations including catch-and-release trout pond, disc golf, archery tag, first tee golf range and the Cute Critter Duck Pond. Cost $7; free to children 12 and under.
This is the 30th year for this annual show featuring hunting and fishing vendors from as far away as Alaska, New Zealand, Spain and Africa, plus the United States and Canada. In conjunction with the show is the West Virginia Whitetail Hall of Fame, which provides an opportunity for hunters to bring in their West Virginia deer trophies for official scoring and display the largest racks harvested. See website for details and admission prices.
Enjoy 10 days of music, theater, dance, visual art, family fun and much more in the capital city! FestivALL is West Virginia's premier arts collaborator and welcomes the community to come together to experience both local and national talents. The city-wide and multi-arts event hosts over 130 events and 360 performances and exhibitions from music, theatre, dance, visual art, humanities and more each summer. Many events are free or low cost and are designed with a little bit of something for everyone. Stay tuned for 2017 announcements!
Come and start your Christmas shopping early! Locally made crafts and baked goods, as well as vendors selling “31,” “Origami Owl,” and much more! Location: Chevron Building at Marshall County Fairgrounds on 12th Street in Moundsville, WV 26041 FREE ADMISSION Contact Info: Cindy: 304-845-2696 Lisa: 304-281-5790
With Hunting Season just around the corner, the Mountain State Outdoors Show has everything you need to bag your trophy. If fishing is your sport, we stock the show with the best tackle and lures. Over 50,000 sq. feet of products and services including: Lots of Guns Knives Archery Fishing Gear Game Calls Campers Outfitters Trailers Hunting Supplies ATVs RVs Trucks Outdoor Magazines Sporting Clubs Camping Equipment Sports Equipment Tackle & Bait Taxidermists Charter Boats Camp Grounds and much more… Admission: $8 Children (6-12yrs): $2
Cabin Fever Fest is North Central WV's annual in-door winter craft beer festival featuring regional brews from around the Mountain State along with music, games and food and merchandise vendors.
Whether you’re a crafter, food vendor, music fan, parent, or kid who’s just looking for some fun, the Buffalo Octoberfest promises to serve your needs. This year’s 29th Annual Octoberfest is planned for Saturday, Oct. 22, from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m, on the grounds of the Buffalo Shopping Center, located next to the old Buffalo High School and one mile north of the Toyota plant on Route 62. Vendors, crafters, churches, clubs, and businesses are invited to set up a booth for free to sell their wares or get exposure for their group. Come out this year, and take advantage of the free parking, free admission, and many free activities! Vendors or groups who want to reserve free booth space should call Susan Howard at 304-937-2747 or message us on facebook.
The C-K AutumnFest takes place the last weekend in October in the two quaint communities of Ceredo and Kenova. The centerpiece of the festival is the famous Pumpkin House, which has become one of the favorite tourist attractions of West Virginia, decorated with over 3,000 hand-carved pumpkins. Arts and crafts booths, an old-fashioned bake-off, local vendors and more.
The East End Bazaar is an open-air artisan market featuring a variety of functional and collectible arts and crafts.
Enjoy an Appalachian Chestnut Festival in Rowlesburg, WV, “the little town on the scenic Cheat River!” Honoring the heritage of our Great American Chestnut Tree & the research scientists dedicated to restoring them back to their natural forest habitat. Start your day with a Continental Breakfast – 10:30 to noon – In the River City Café. Meet friends and Distinguished Guests, including Lisa Thomson, President and CEO, The American Chestnut Foundation. Szilagyi Creative Arts Center (10:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.) West Virginia Chapter Meeting, Chestnut Scientific Program, and Permanent Exhibits! Gala Chestnut Dinner Banquet with chestnut-flavored dishes ! 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m Vendors Welcome: Contact Ellie at email@example.com. To reserve banquet dinner tickets: Contact Shirley at, firstname.lastname@example.org, or (304) 329-1240. For information contact: Shirley at email@example.com
Entertainment and Exhibitors: Tim Eggleston ( WVTIM with geo-caching) Matthew Clopper (Civil War Enthusiast) River Riders, Keara Heck (Queen Pomona; Apple Harvest Queen) Tara Price with Black Draft Distillery Dillon Farm Museum. Refreshments include: Pepperoni Rolls, Water, Fruit, Cookies and Candy Refreshments provided by: Sheetz, Berkeley Springs Water, Orr’s Farm Market, Walmart
The 37th Annual Better Living Show, sponsored by the Greater Bluefield Chamber of Commerce, will be held Friday, April 29, 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, April 30, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Brushfork Armory. The 2016 theme is “Spirit of Spring” and more than 5,000 are expected to attend. The two-day event will include approximately 100 booths of all varieties, including home and garden products, arts and crafts, Lego competition, medical and educational services, technological products, seminars and much more. ,
Princeton’s New Year’s Eve “Downtown Countdown” celebration will feature a countdown, ball drop and fireworks at the stroke of midnight, four stages of musical performances, vendors, street performers, free refreshments and more. $7-$15, Veterans and kids under 10 are free. Time: 8:30 p.m. NO TICKET REQUIRED to watch the ball drop and fireworks at 11:30 p.m
A celebration of science fiction, fantasy, anime, gaming and more. Activities include an anime room with classic and current programming, vendor panels and workshops.
Princeton's favorite fall event brings thousands to Mercer Street for AutumnFest. Here you will find children's activities , vendors, crafts, food, a car show, pumpkin painting, pie contests and more. To make sure you don't leave empty handed, various groups will make homemade apple butter on the street.
Step into the past and relive the days of Appalachian History. The Heritage Festival features Civil War storytellers, farm animals, re-enactors such as Gen. Robert E. Lee and wife, Abraham Lincoln and wife, Booker T. Washington, Mark Twain, Ostenaco (Cherokee Warrior), craftsmen, vendors, food, Native American presenters , African American presenters, blacksmithing, spinning wheel, weaving, crafts, barn dance, railroad and coal mining displays, Appalachian music, flatfooting, Ladie's tea, and much more! Friday is educational day for schools. Veteran's commemoration on Saturday and Sunday with door prizes for veterans. Civil War Era church service on Sunday morning. Small admission fee.
The County's only country fair has something for everybody . Check out the food and baking contests, agriculture contests, carnival rides, vendors, food and more. Don't forget about the rodeo and children's game and competitions.
Downtown Princeton comes alive with a street fair filled with food, vendors, crafts, music and children's activities such pony rides, bounce houses, face painting and more. A car show will also feature classic cars from the old day.
Join us for the 27th Annual Kirkwood Winery Grape Stomp Wine Festival. Come enjoy two days of wine and bourbon tastings (no bourbon tasting/sales on Sunday) visit the food and craft vendors, our gift store, stomp some grapes or join in the grape eating contests, get your photo taken in the Happy Little Photo Bus, take a covered wagon ride, dance around or relax in your bag chair and take in all the tunes provided by our exciting line up of entertainment!!! Saturday features Will Jones, The Long Point String Band, Krista Hughes Band, Marteka and William Lake, and The Confederate Railroad. The fun continues on Sunday with covered wagon rides, vendors and more live entertainment featuring Sammy Murphy, The Band Wagon Band, Ed Davisson and the Davisson Brothers. Fun for the whole family!!! Under 12 - Free Admission; 12 to 20 - $5; 21 & over $15; $20 day of event at gate. Advanced tickets may be purchased at First Community Bank and United Bank in Summersville, or by calling Kirkwood Winery at 1-888-498-9643.
The 15th Annual St. Albans Founders Day will be held on Main Street, Saturday, September 18, 2021, from 10am –
The WV Quilt Festival is held in Summersville, WV every June at the Summersville Arena & Conference Center. There are over 150 quilts on display, vendors, concessions, classes and more.
Come join us for a celebration in Shepherdstown, WV -- the oldest town in West Virginia -- and enjoy our local musicians, artists, restaurants and retail shops! The festival includes live music on two stages throughout the day, vendor booths lining our main street, kid-friendly activities and a beer garden located close to all of our local restaurants and retail shops. Come celebrate with us!
This annual show will delight children and train enthusiasts. Model trains will be on display, as well as plenty of collectibles and memorabilia. The show is sponsored by the Pocahontas Chapterof the NRHS. Door prizes, free parking, wheelchair accessible, refreshments available, vendors, rail videos, Heritage Interstate Unit on Point of Double Stack Train. Miami Valley Modular Railway; Operating, N & Lionel Layouts. Admission is $5 per person or $10 per family.
Truly a crafters or craft lovers dream event with over 200 contemporary and heritage crafters including: glass, wood, leather, jewelry, dolls, dried & silk flowers, baskets, ceramics, soaps, candles, paintings, honey, jams & jellies and much much more... Food vendors are also available! I-79 to Exit 105, then west on Hackers Creek Road to the Jane Lew Firehouse on left. Hours: Fri - Sat.: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.; Sun: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
"A Tribute to Elvis" by William Stiles at the Landes Arts Center. Sponsored by the City of Petersburg. Tickets available at: City of Petersburg Office Judy's Drug Store Grant County Parks and Recreation Office Tickets: $12.00 Tuesday, Jul 4, 2017 Where: Petersburg City Park and Tri-County Fairgrounds Tuesday at City Park enjoy a car show, flag ceremony, Inflatables for kids, Pony Rides, Horseshoe Contest and Free Swim starting at 1pm at the City Pool. See our website for a full lineup of activities and entertainment for the 4th of July! www.visitgrantcounty.com
20th Annual WVU Extension Master Gardener’s Plant Fair Berkeley Springs State Park, Fairfax Street & RT. 522, Downtown Berkeley Springs WV 25411 This year’s theme: “Fruit Trees And Pollinators” Fri. May 11th 2018: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm Sat. May 12th 2018: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm *We will be selling all varieties of plants: vegetables, herbs, flowers, and house plants *There will be vendors selling garden art, crafts & pottery, food and fun! *We will have a “Plant Doctor” on call *There will be tours of beautiful gardens in downtown Berkeley Springs. *Children’s Area – With activities and FREE Plants for children to give to Mom for Mother’s Day! *There will be a raffle of a gardening utility wagon FULL of new garden themed items donated by the Morgan County Master Gardeners THIS IS A FABULOUS EVENT TO ATTEND WITH YOUR MOM FOR MOTHER’S DAY! RAIN OR SHINE!
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.