Heritage Weeken, Hardy County WV

Heritage Weeken, Hardy County WV

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Friday, September 28th
All Day
Yard Sale -The community yard sale will be held at the HL Wilson yard sale site at 730 N Main St, Moorefield.
Noon – 5:00 PM
Carriage and Heritage Museum of the South Branch Valley: Large display of wagons, carriages, and more! 1 Maple Hill Ave, Petersburg. FREE ADMISSION!
Noon – 9:00 PM
“Amazing Animals” Photo/History Exhibit: Extensive photo and memorabilia display showcasing fascinating photos of beautiful animals and more! South Branch Inn Conference Room. FREE ADMISSION!
5:00PM
Luminary for Civil War Soldiers: The McNeil’s Rangers will host a luminary service for the Civil War Soldiers buried at the Olivet cemetery in Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!
6:30 PM
Movie Night: Come enjoy the classic “Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” Moorefield High School Auditorium. $2 at the door.




29
Sep
Saturday, September 29th
All Day
Yard Sale -The community yard sale will be held at the HL Wilson yard sale site at 730 N Main St, Moorefield.
8:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Pancake Breakfast: Old Mathias School House, Upper Cove Road, Mathias. Sponsored by the Mathias Ruitan Club.
Varies by location
Welcome Centers: Purchase Tickets, get information.

-9am-5pm- Hardy County Public Library, 102 N Main St, Moorefield
-10am-5pm- Lost River Artisans Cooperative, 8937 SR 259, Lost City
-10am-6pm- Wardensville Garden Market,28813 SR 55, Wardensville
-10am-5pm- South Side Depot, 126 South Main St., Petersburg
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Carriage and Heritage Museum of the South Branch Valley: Large display of wagons, carriages, and more! 1 Maple Hill Ave, Petersburg. FREE ADMISSION!
9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Craft Vendors Open: Moorefield High School Gym, 401 N Main Street, Moorefield. There will also be craft demos in the cafeteria throughout the day. FREE ADMISSION!
9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
“Amazing Animals” Photo/History Exhibit: Extensive photo and memorabilia display showcasing fascinating photos of beautiful animals and more! South Branch Inn Conference Room. FREE ADMISSION!
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Quilt Show: Moorefield Elementary School, 400 North Main St. $2 Admission for adults. Children and students are FREE. Sponsored by the Highland Star Quilters Guild.
9 AM
Arthur Halterman Memorial 5K/10k Scholarship Fund Run: Wardensville Community Center.
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Children’s Activity- Come make a traditional Corn Husk or Rag Doll! Moorefield High School, N Main St, Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!
10:00 AM – 5:00PM
Historic Homes/Buildings Tours: $12 for admission into all sites. $5 for single site tour. Children 12 and under are free.
10:00 AM – 5:00PM
Antique Farm Equipment Show: Lawn of Summit Financial Group, 300 North Main St., Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!
10:00 AM – 5:00PM
Civil War Living History: Sons of the Confederate Veterans Camp #582, McNeill’s Rangers on the lawn of the Moorefield Presbyterian Church. The 7th WV Infantry, Company I (Union) will be in the field beside Duffey United Methodist Church on Winchester Ave. Skirmishes will take place throughout the weekend. FREE ADMISSION!
10:00 AM – 5PM
Craft Demonstrations: Lost River Artisans Cooperative and Museum, Route 259, Lost City. Juried craft demonstrations and Appalachian crafts for sale. FREE ADMISSION!
10:000 AM – 5:00 PM
Mathias Community Center: Crafts, food, and music. Howards Lick Road, just off Route 259, Mathias.
10:00 AM
Muzzle Loading Demonstration and Competition: Hardy County Rod and Gun Club, about 2 miles south of Moorefield via South Fork Rd. at S. Fork Estates Rd. #2.
10:00 AM
Federal Generals Corps at Lost River State Park: Lost River State Park will be hosting the Federal Generals Corps, a premier Civil War living history group on both Saturday and Sunday. Camp near the administration building. FREE ADMISSION!
10:00 AM
WV History Alive! Nellie Bly: A West Virginia Humanities Council History Alive! program at the historic McCoy Theater on Main Street in Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!
11:00 AM
Guided Walking Tour: Guided walking tour of Moorefield will be available to those who have purchased a Home Tour Ticket. The tour will leave from the Mullen Hotel.
11:00AM
Historical Presentation by Steve French: WV Author Steve French will give a historical talk followed by a book signing at the Moorefield Presbyterian Church on Main Street in Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!
Noon
Bear Hill Bluegrass Band- Will be performing on the lawn of the Moorefield Presbyterian Church. FREE ADMISSION!
12:30 PM
Heritage Weekend Train: Leaving from the Jefferson St railroad crossing The Potomac Eagle will take riders through the iconic Trough section of the South Branch of the Potomac River. Tickets are $20 per rider. Train boards approx. 30 min prior to departure.
1:00 PM
Historical Presentation by Steve French: WV Author Steve French will give a historical talk followed by a book signing at the Moorefield Presbyterian Church on Main Street in Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!
2:00 PM
Mary Lincoln Performance: Located at the Inn at Lost River, SR-259 in Lost River. FREE ADMISSION!
2:00 PM
The Fly Birds: Will be performing at the Wardensville Garden Market in Wardensville. FREE ADMISSION!
3:00 PM
Heritage Pie Contest: Bring your best pie offerings for a chance to win great prizes! Registration at 3pm with judging beginning promptly at 4pm at the Hardy County Public Library. FREE ADMISSION!
3:00 PM
Mill Creek Ramblers: Performing on the lawn of the Moorefield Presbyterian Church. FREE ADMISSION!
4:00-10:30 PM
MHS All School Reunion: MHS auxiliary gym; dinner and dance with various presentations. Contact Bev Vetter at bsvfwv@hotmail.com for more information and reservations.
5:00 PM
Antique Auction: Encore Auctions, 108 South Fork Road in Moorefield, will host an auction with proceeds from select items benefiting the Hardy County Tour & Craft Association.




30Sep
Sunday, September 30th


Varies by location
Welcome Centers: Purchase Tickets, get information.

-10am-3pm- Hardy County Public Library, 102 N Main St, Moorefield
-10am-5pm- Lost River Artisans Cooperative, 8937 SR 259, Lost City
-10am-6pm- Wardensville Garden Market,28813 SR 55, Wardensville
-10am-4pm- South Side Depot, 126 South Main St., Petersburg
All Day
Yard Sale -The community yard sale will be held at the HL Wilson yard sale site at 730 N Main St.
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
“Amazing Animals” Photo/History Exhibit: Extensive photo and memorabilia display showcasing photos of beautiful animals and more! South Branch Inn Conference Room. FREE ADMISSION!
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Craft Vendors Open: Moorefield High School Gym, 401 N Main St, Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Antique Farm Equipment and Antique Car Show: Lawn of Summit Financial Group, 300 North Main St., Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Stump Cabin- Special house tour hours, must have a house tour ticket for entry.
10:00 AM
Federal Generals Corps at Lost River State Park: Lost River State Park will be hosting the Federal Generals Corps, a premier Civil War living history group on both Saturday and Sunday. Camp near the administration building.
10:00 AM – 5 PM
Craft Demonstrations: Lost River Artisans Cooperative and Museum, Route 259 Lost City. Juried craft demonstrations and Appalachian crafts for sale. FREE ADMISSION!
11:00 AM
Worship Service: Valley Baptist Church, Lost City. All are welcome.
11:00 AM
Worship Service: Moorefield Presbyterian Church, Main Street, Moorefield.
Noon – 5:00 PM
Mathias Community Center: Crafts, food, and music. Howard’s Lick Road, just off Route 259, Mathias.
Noon – 3:00 PM
Carriage and Heritage Museum of the South Branch Valley: Large display of wagons, carriages, and more! 1 Maple Hill Ave, Petersburg. FREE ADMISSION!
Noon – 5:00 PM
Historic Homes/Buildings Tours: $12 for admission into all sites. $5 for single site tour. Children 12 and under are free.
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Quilt Show: Moorefield Elementary School, 400 North Main St. $2 Admission. Children and students are FREE. Sponsored by the Highland Star Quilters Guild.
1:00 PM
“Wardensville in the Early 1920’s”: Historical talk at the Wardensville Town Hall, 301 E Main St. Wardensville. FREE ADMISSION!
2:00 PM
“Teaching Music in Appalachian Schools”: Presentation and book signing by local author Ann Funkhouser at the Wardensville Town Hall, 301 E Main Street, Wardensville. FREE ADMISSION!
3:00 PM
“History of the Churches in the Wardensville Community”: Panel discussion at the Wardensville Town Hall, 301 E Main Street, Wardensville. FREE ADMISSION!
6:00 PM
Special Joint Service: Members of all denominations are invited to close out Heritage Weekend festivities at the Old Fields Church/Ft. Pleasant Meeting House. Sponsored by Duffey Memorial United Methodist Church. Located off US 220, North of Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!

Tags: Arts And Entertainment, Crafts, Food, Entertainment

Posted By: Hardy County Tour & Crafts Association




Event Details

Date: September 28, 2018

This event also occurs on 09/29/2018, 09/30/2018

 
 
   

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304.851.7307
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More About this Event Poster: Hardy County Tour & Crafts Association

Hardy County Tour & Crafts Association is a non-profit organization continuing a tradition founded in 1953. Heritage Weekend, the name of our festival, encompasses many activities, including showcasing the grandest of homes in the county and opening those homes for tour; reliving that era with music, clothes, crafts, civil war encampments, etc.; bringing history alive for young and old through art, photography, literature and stories. Most recently, we have incorporated actors to portray historical figures such as Harriet Tubman, Stonewall Jackson and others.

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