Hardy County Heritage Weekend Schedule

Hardy County Heritage Weekend Schedule

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Friday, September 27th

All Day Community Yard Sale -The community yard sale will be held at the HL Wilson yard sale site at 730 N Main St, Moorefield.

Noon – 9pm Al Mach’s “Local GiClees” Photo/History Exhibit: Extensive photo and memorabilia display showcasing fascinating photos of our local area! South Branch Inn Conference Room. FREE ADMISSION!

7pm Luminary- Join the McNeil’s Rangers at the Olivet Cemetery in Moorefield for a luminary for Civil War Soldiers. FREE ADMISSION!

6:30pm Movie Night: Come enjoy the classic “Mary Poppins” at the McCoy Theater in Moorefield. Free Will Offering.


Saturday, September 28th
Welcome Centers
Purchase Tickets, get information, etc.

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

All Day Community Yard Sale -The community yard sale will be held at the HL Wilson yard sale site at 730 N Main St, Moorefield.

8am-11am Pancake Breakfast: Old Mathias School House, Upper Cove Road, Mathias. Sponsored by the Mathias Ruritan Club.


9am-5pm Bishoff Photo Display: Extensive display of photos by local photographer Berdell Bishoff. Located at the Hardy County Public Library, Main Street, Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!


9am-7pm Craft Vendors Open: Moorefield High School Gym, 401 N Main Street, Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!

9am-7pm Craft Demonstrations: Moorefield High School Gym, 401 N Main Street, Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!

9am-9pm Al Mach’s “Local GiClees” Photo/History Exhibit: Extensive photo and memorabilia display showcasing fascinating photos of our local area! South Branch Inn Conference Room. FREE ADMISSION!

9am-5pm Quilt Show: Moorefield Elementary School, 400 North Main St. Included with house tour ticket or $2 admission at the door for adults. Children and students are FREE. Sponsored by the Highland Star Quilters Guild.

10am-5pm Children’s Activity- Come make a traditional Rag Doll, Moorefield High School, N. Main St Moorefield. $4 per doll kit.

10am-5pm Historic Homes/Buildings Tours: $15 for admission into all sites and Quilt Show. $5 for single site tour, payable at the door. Children 12 and under are free.

10am-5pm Antique Farm Equipment Show: Lawn of Summit Financial Group, 300 North Main St., Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!

10am-5pm 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!

10am-5pm Craft Demonstrations: Lost River Artisans Cooperative and Museum, Route 259, Lost City. Juried craft demonstrations and Appalachian crafts for sale. FREE ADMISSION!

10am-5pm Mathias Community Center: Crafts, food, and music. Howards Lick Road, just off Route 259, Mathias.

10am 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.

10am 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 by the administration building. FREE ADMISSION!

10am WV History Alive! Presents Harriett Tubman: A West Virginia Humanities Council History Alive! program at the historic McCoy Theater on Main Street in Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!

11am Guided Walking Tour: Guided walking tour Moorefield will be available to those who have purchased a Home Tour Ticket. The tour will leave from the Mullin Hotel.

11am WV Poetry Reading: Join WV authors and Hardy County native, Ashley Wilkins, for a reading of WV poetry. Moorefield Presbyterian Church, Main Street, Moorefield. FREE ADMISSSION!

11am WV History Alive! Presents Stonewall Jackson: A West Virginia Humanities Council History Alive! program at the historic Mullen Hotel on Main Street in Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!

11am Definitive Battle of Moorefield: Join historian Zac Cowsert to hear about a fascinating day in Hardy County History! Located at the Lost River Artisan Cooperative, 8937 SR 259 in Lost River. FREE ADMISSION!

Noon Bear Hill Bluegrass Band: Performing at the 2019 Tile Barn, Ben Mathias Barn in Mathias. FREE ADMISSION!

12:30pm Train Excursion: 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. Train boards approx. 30 min prior to departure.

2pm WV History Alive! Presents Benjamin Franklin: A West Virginia Humanities Council History Alive! program at the Lost River Artisan Cooperative, located at 8937 SR 259 in Lost River. FREE ADMISSION!

3pm Bear Hill Bluegrass Band: Performing at the 2019 Tile Barn, Ben Mathias Barn in Mathias. FREE ADMISSION!

3pm 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!

5pm Antique Auction: Encore Auctions, 108 South Fork Road Moorefield, will host an auction with the proceeds from select items benefiting the Hardy County Tour & Craft Association.


Sunday September 29th
Welcome Centers
Purchase Tickets, get information, etc.

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 Community Yard Sale -The community yard sale will be held at the HL Wilson yard sale site at 730 N Main St, Moorefield.

9am-5pm Al Mach’s “Local GiClees” Photo/History Exhibit: Extensive photo and memorabilia display showcasing fascinating photos of our local area! South Branch Inn Conference Room. FREE ADMISSION!

10am-4pm Craft Vendors Open: Moorefield High School Gym, 401 N Main St, Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!

10am-3pm Bishoff Photo Display: Extensive display of photos by local photographer Berdell Bishoff. Located at the Hardy County Public Library, Main Street, Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!

10am-3pm Antique Farm Equipment and Antique Car Show: Lawn of Summit Financial Group, 300 North Main St., Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!

10am 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.

10am-5pm Craft Demonstrations: Lost River Artisans Cooperative and Museum, Route 259 Lost City. Juried craft demonstrations and Appalachian crafts for sale. FREE ADMISSION!

11am Worship Service: Valley Baptist Church, Lost City. All are welcome.

11am Worship Service: Moorefield Presbyterian Church, Main Street, Moorefield. All are welcome.

Noon-5pm Mathias Community Center: Crafts, food, and music. Howard’s Lick Road, just off Route 259, Mathias.

Noon-5pm Historic Homes/Buildings Tours: $15 for admission into all sites and Quilt Show. $5 for single site tour, payable at the door. Children 12 and under are free.

1pm “Claypool’s Rebellion”: The Hardy County Historical Society and Larry Garrett present this rousing retelling. Located at the historic Mullen Hotel on Main Street in Moorefield. FREE ADMISSION!



1pm “Family Bibles” Discussion: Presented by Mike Funkhouser, Wardensville Town Hall, 301 E Main Street, Wardensville. FREE ADMISSION!



1pm-4pm Quilt Show: Moorefield Elementary School, 400 North Main St. Included with house tour ticket or $2 admission at the door for adults. Children and students are FREE. Sponsored by the Highland Star Quilters Guild.



6pm 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!

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Date: September 27, 2019


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