Berkeley Arts Council presents the 8th Annual Art and Earth Exhibit. More than 30 extraordinary pieces of art will be on display, with each piece reflecting the artist's view of nature, the environment or an Earth Day theme. All mediums or techniques will be represented.
Indulge the mind and the senses at the Sixth Annual Chocolate Fest and Book Faire held in the historic downtown Martinsburg on Saturday, April 28 2018.
This event is sponsored by Main Street Martinsburg and Blue Ridge Technical and Community College. Experience a one day chocolate extravaganza held in downtown Martinsburg… taste some wonderful chocolate, indulge yourself in an array of chocolate creations throughout the businesses in downtown Martinsburg, explore the unique shops and speak with West Virginia authors. The festival features local and out of state authors signing their books within the businesses There are over 25 businesses each preparing a different chocolate item for you to enjoy on the Chocolate Walk. DeFluri’s Fine Chocolates, a local chocolatier, will offer tours of its 10,000 square foot factory, plus host a wine pairing on Friday Night.
An annual favorite, the cupcake competition offers a prize of $500 for the very best cupcake creation. The cupcakes are judged on flavor as well as presentation.
And who thinks of chocolate without thinking of the favorite film, “Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory” starring Gene Wilder. Showings are at the Public Library on the corner of King and Queen Street. Tickets for the event can be purchased on the day of the event. Tickets are $5.00 per person. Children under 5 years of age are free. The event starts at 10:00 a.m.
Be sure to visit "Homes on Tour" for a look at the beautiful historic homes open for viewing during the 62nd Annual House and Garden Tour.
Docents from garden clubs throughout the region guide guests through these homes and gardens, describing the architecture, furnishings and plantings, as well as genealogical information or historical events that may have taken place on the grounds or within the walls. Club members also volunteer their time and talents by providing beautiful flower arrangements to decorate the homes. Tours are scheduled at the end of April in order to capture spring's beauty at its peak.
A list of the homes on tour and ticket information can be found here.
Tickets can also be purchased at the Visitors Center, 126 E. Race St.
Find great local products including meat, eggs, fruits, veggies, baked goods and more. Throughout the market season, we provide lots of additional activities for folks of all ages to enjoy. You can enjoy cooking demonstrations from area chefs, go on a Healthy Berkeley Walk with a Doc, Join a community garden and much more.
From June 2nd – August 18th, you can enjoy the Main Street Martinsburg Fridays at Five concert series while you shop.
The 2018 market is open every Friday, May 4th – September 28th from 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. Keep up to date with all that is happening at the market on our Facebook page.
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Learn about the history of The Martinsburg Roundhouse, Civil War history and so much more during this two-day festival, that features great activities like a Civil War concert, Living Village re-enactors, guest speakers, vendors and more!
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Lace up your tennis shoes and get ready for a day of hunting bargains and finding treasures along fourteen miles of yard sales, tents and vendors.
Don't miss this fun event! Located West End of Berkeley County in Martinsburg, WV. Follow Route 45W past Target (I-81 Exit 12 W) , continue 14 miles, ends at WV/VA state line.
Festival featuring West Virginia wines from numerous state wineries, with a full list of participants to come soon.
The event also includes food vendors, art and craft vendors, Pony rides, live music, beer and tours of the historic Boydville Mansion.
Saturday 11-7 p.m.
Sunday 1-6 p.m.
AGE 21+ $20.00
Veterans $15.00 w/ valid ID
AGE 13-20 $10.00
12 and under FREE
A series of free outdoor concerts by well-known musicians, bands and Martinsburg artists that will liven up your spirits and maybe even get you into a dancing mood. Bands will perform a wide variety of indigenous musical styles, including jazz, rock, Bluegrass, pop, Classic Rock, Country and unique Americana and more. You can bring your own chairs or blankets and sit on the ground. The front of the stage on the South lawn is reserved for dancing. There is no admission charge to the Town square. The concert series runs every Friday from June 1 through August 31.
Friday’s @ Five Summer Concert partners with the Martinsburg Farmers Market, open from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.. To wet your appetite, here is a list of products you’ll be able to enjoy from the market this year: Fresh Fruits & Veggies, Fresh & dried Herbs, Beef, Chicken & Pork, Eggs, Jams & Jellies, Honey, Hummus, Baked Goods, Flowers, Yarn and soaps….It’s going to be a fun season. Buy local and buy Fresh.
Concerts start at 5:00 p.m. and usually last until 7:00 p.m. The Town Square is blocked off between BB&T Drive-Thru and Queen Street. It is within convenient walking distance from all downtown businesses.
Pets are allowed in the square during the concerts, provided they are on a leash no longer than six feet at all times. If they display aggressive behavior the owner may be asked to remove them.
Celebrating its 12th year, the North Mountain Arts Festival at Orr’s Farm Market has proven to be the standard in Berkeley County, WV with over 50 juried quality artisans and live musical entertainment for two full days.
Free to the public, visitors can enjoy handmade arts & crafts, food, the farm market, and picking fresh fruit and flowers. Come and meet the artisans and browse top-quality works from potters, painters, jewelers, sculptors, glass artists, gourd art, wood carvers, fiber artists, and much more.
Tractor rides throughout the orchard give visitors an up-close view of the picturesque Orr’s Farm complete with bison, goats, and llamas. A perfect event for the whole family!
Hosted by Circa Blue, it is held at the beautiful Berkeley County Fair Grounds, 2419 Golf Course Road, Martinsburg, West Virginia 25405. Situated in the Eastern Panhandle, it is just a short drive from Virginia, Washington DC, Maryland and Pennsylvania. A rain or shine event, the venue features an indoor arena with seating for 1000 and an outdoor amphitheater surrounded by tree shaded seating. Rough camping and bath houses are on site as well.
The Seldom Scene
Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen
The Jim Hurst Trio
Chris Jones and the Night Drivers
Johnny Staats and the Delivery Boys
Danny Paisley and the Southern Grass
and more TBA.............
This is a great family event!
Bands can be found on the website
Come join the festivities of the annual June Jubilee in War Memorial Park on Sunday, June 10, 2018 from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. This event features an arts and crafts festival with displays from vendors throughout the four-state area, rides for the kids, bike giveaway fora boy and girl ages 6-10 (must be present to win), entertainment and more.
Special concessionaires offer a variety of delicious foods such as funnel cakes, Italian sausages, and homemade ice cream. Entertainment will be provided throughout the day. Bring the whole family and spend a fun day in the park!
If you wish to be an Arts & Crafts vendor at the June Jubilee or participate in the Car Show, please download, complete and return the applicable form to the M-BC Parks & Recreation Office in person or by mail at 273 Woodbury Avenue, Martinsburg, WV 25404.
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The fifth annual car meet will gather at a new location this year, the Berkeley County Fairgrounds. This event is a car meet to honor the memory of Cory Burgess and to bring awareness to Cory’s legacy and to support the fight against Cystic Fibrosis. Bring your car, truck, van, jeep or bike any make or model will be allowed. If you can drive it or haul we will make a space for you. The event will be kid and animal friendly, but all pets but must be leashed.
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Experience a traditional county fair, mixing agricultural interests and exhilarating carnival elements, at the 71th annual Berkeley County Youth Fair, in Martinsburg, August 4-11. Each day is packed with activities and events, so each day creates new experiences and memories. Fair-goers will delight in activities like bull riding, corn hole, a doughnut eating contest, tractor/truck pull, a Figure 8 Derby, a concert and more before ending the evening dashing between the dizzyingly fun carnival rides and games. Be sure to load up on delicious fair food, from grilled hamburgers to funnel cake, snow cones, cotton candy and more.
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The Berkeley-Jefferson Extension Master Gardeners is hosting its annual Tomato Fest filled for a great day of fun, education and, of course, tomatoes! The event will feature a Tomato Tasting Contest, cooking demonstrations, tomato and gardening exhibits, a booth for questions, free activities for kids and a bake sale.
The Tomato Fest will be held a new location this year - the WVU Kearneysville Tree Fruit Research & Education Center. Attendance is free. To enter your home grown tomatoes in the tomato tasting contest please call 304-264-1936.
Come join your friends at one of the top judged festivals in America, 43rd Annual Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival on September 28-30th, 2018, from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. each day, at our NEW LOCATION, Jefferson County WV Fairgrounds. We have something for everyone to see and do at our festival.
Approximately 200 quality juried artists and craftsperson’s from 24 states will be demonstrating their wonderful created work at the festival. There will be activities for the children such as: a children's tent where children can make a craft, face painting and scavenger hunt.
For those that enjoy bluegrass music we have several great bands. They will be performing on Saturday and Sunday. For more information on the bands and to get the schedule, visit our website at www.MHACFestival.org. Taste wines from the areas foremost West Virginia wineries and WV craft beers. Patrons must be 21 years of age or older to taste/purchase beer & wine, so be prepared to show valid identification.
Watch for the Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival signs and follow them to Jefferson County WV Fairgrounds in the heart of Jefferson County near Harpers Ferry and Charles Town/Ranson. General Admission is $7 at the gate or $6 in advance. Parking, arts/crafts demonstrations, wine tasting, live bluegrass music, and children's crafts, with face painting are included in the price of admission; so, bring the entire family!
We politely remind you that pets and all alcoholic beverages must be left at home. For further information, please call (304) 725-2055. For advanced reduced tickets visit our website www.MHACFestival.org
Quality arts and crafts, finest West Virginia wines; live bluegrass music; activities for children; and outstanding food, all in the spacious indoor and outdoor beauty of Wild and Wonderful West Virginia approximately one-hour northwest of Washington, DC. There is no better way to spend a September weekend!
To purchase advance tickets please visit our ticketing center: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mountain-heritage-arts-crafts-festival-43rd-annual-tickets-43216935016
Dine on one of fall’s best foods at Main Street Martinsburg’s annual Chili Cook-Off September 29 in downtown Martinsburg in the Town Square. As the scent of cooking chili permeates the air, enjoy a day of crafts, live music, games, beer and, of course, amazing chili. As you sample all the different chili recipes, peruse the stores and vendors in downtown Martinsburg that make the town a charming, unique area that will linger in your memory long after your visit is over.
COST: $5 armband gets you tastings and kids under 7 are free!
Enjoy live music & good food while browsing through the unique works of hand-picked artisans. Discover a great find in wood-working, painting, jewelry, metal-work, ceramics and much more! Kids will enjoy special activities just for them.
Free to the public.
Colonial Christmas at the Adam Stephen House will again be held on the first two weekends of December which are Dec. 3 and 4 and Dec. 10 and 11 from 4 to 8 p.m. The celebration this year will have a Scottish theme (since Adam Stephen was from Scotland), and will feature decorations with Scottish tartans and bagpipe and dulcimer music. Preparations are already underway. New skits are being written for our docent actors in the house.
The Association will have a Christmas Shop in the Triple Brick Museum on the weekends of the Colonial Christmas in December.
Who can resist a Victorian Christmas? Travel back in time with this holiday event at the Purple Iris which will be lavishly decorated for the season. Pull traditional English Christmas crackers as you sip and savor special teas and a full afternoon tea. The Tea Lady, Judy Larkin, will get you into the proper mood to relieve the stress of the holidays and to enjoy revelry that has stood the test of time. Imagine voices singing Christmas carols and a series of hilarious Victorian games guaranteed to get the room laughing at full volume. There will also be an opportunity to do some Christmas shopping.
Afternoon teas are meant to be a social event, so you may be seated at a table with other guests. This is in keeping with tea etiquette and offers you the opportunity to make new friends. (Where possible we will seat you and your guests together.) Space is limited. Make your reservations early. Come dressed in your finery as this is a special event. Period costumes are encouraged.
No children under the age of six.
Make checks out to “The Larkin Tea Co. LLC” and mail to 545 Warm Springs Avenue, Martinsburg, WV 25404. Reservations must be received prior to Monday, December 4, 2017.
Reservations will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Pre-paid registrations only will be accepted. No refunds for cancellations or no-shows. For more information contact: Judy Larkin at 304-707-0142 (Between the hours of 9-6 p.m.) Email: Pmtealady@aol.com
The Martinsburg Roundhouse and Center Inc. are hosting the first annual Kite Day for families and friends to experience the simple fun of flying a kite. You can bring your own kit or pick up a kite kit at the event, with a suggested donation of $2. The kit kits include a kite and string spool. The rain date for the event is April 22. For more information please call 304-820-7406 or visit www.centerinc.net.
Shake off the Winter blues and get ready for Spring at the Spring Craft and Vendor Fair at Bedington Volunteer Fire Department.
Confirmed Vendors for the event include:
Avon, Book'n'Treats, Classy Crafters, Colleen's Jewelry and Yarn Box, Damsel in Defense, D & T Woodcrafts, DoTERRA, Grit and Grace, Haberly's Hobbies, Handmade by Kristine, Joyfully Made, Kitcheneez, Laura's Wreath Boutique, LuLaRoe, Magnolia and Vine, Mimi's Mixes, My Blessed Li'l Bake Shop, Pampered Chef, Paparazzi, Paper Rose, Perfectly Posh, Pink Zebra, Savin' Livez LLC, Scentsy, Thirty-One, Usborne Books and More, Wild & Wonderfull Wood Creations and Crafts
Put on your Easter Bonnet and dress your pet for the Pet Parade, led by the Easter Bunny. The parade starts at Noon time on the corner of West Martin and Queen Street and it ends at the Town Square. So if you like to have a parade for your pet, this event is worth every minute to see your pet dressed and yourself in the annual Easter Pet Parade.
After the parade ends at the Town Square, there is a Easter Egg Roll on the town square for children from 1-12 years old. Fun time seeing children toss their Easter egg with a spoon across the South Lawn of the town Square. Chocolate Bunnies from DeFluri’s are awarded for the best Bonnet, Best Dressed Pet and the winners of the Easter Egg Roll.
This family friendly spring festival brings together primitive skills like fire making and edible plants and traditional archery with more modern preparation and homesteading skills like food preservation, sustainable gardening and packing an emergency first aid kit. These are demonstrations as opposed to classes over two days. Food vendors from Highbush Farm will be on site, and camping is available on campus.
Also get psyched for the trade blanket. Bring your handmade or natural crafts and products for a great time at the trade blanket.
The 23nd Annual Home Show brings more than 100 vendors with all areas of knowledge on home building, from getting a loan to adding that extra room to Berkeley Plaza, creating a one-stop-show for expertise and help for anyone interested in home improvement and renovation. The event is free to the public.
HOURS are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday.
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The Ultimate Wedding Expo provides a one-stop-shop for wedding needs, from music to flowers, location, food, clothing and more! With more than 50 wedding professionals from the quad-state region, your wedding planning can be made easy.
Fashion show at 2:00.
Fabulous door prizes throughout the day as well as a cash giveaway and $1,000 toward a bridal gown from Valley Bridal.
No admission fee.
The 14th Annual Talent Show Extravaganza showcases the best in local talent! The Apollo Civic Theatre welcomes amateur talent of all ages and varieties from individual to groups to be part of the annual Community Talent Show Extravaganza.
Prizes will be awarded to the top acts and the Grand Prize winner will be escorted and recognized in the Apple Harvest Festival Parade in October 2018!!
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Start the new year on a fun and healthy path with the annual Frost Family Fun 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk, hosted by Healthy Berkeley. This even is a fun-filled day of activities at various locations in downtown Martinsburg. The 5K Run/Walk is for all ages and abilities. 1 Mile stops at locations in Martinsburg where families can participate in activities. This event is not time and is non-competitive.
Main Street Martinsburg invites you to, “Doors to Christmas.” Twenty-five beautifully designed Christmas wreaths adorn the antique doors, decorated by local businesses. Theses wreaths will are beautifully decorated and can be used for your front door, over your fireplace or a perfect gift for someone special on your list. These wreaths will be view at the Shenandoah Hotel-100 W. Martin Street in downtown, Monday, November 27 – Wednesday, December 6, Monday-Wednesday, from 2-4pm. Enjoy this free event.
Live Auction normally starts Wednesday, December 6th @ The Shenandoah Hotel, Starts at 5:30 Auction starts at 6:30pm, Live Auction courtesy of Edwards Auction. You can purchase these wreaths that night of the Live Auction.
Hors d’oeurves & Spirits are normally served as well as live Music. Accepting Visa/MasterCard Credit Cards, Cash or Check.
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Bring the kids and yourselves to enjoy the fun of an old time Christmas parade welcoming Santa's arrival before he heads back to the North Pole to make more toys!
Best place to gather is along Queen Street between King and Martin.
More details to come.
Step back in time to the 1700s and experience a Colonial Christmas at the Adam Stephen House. Visit the historic home of General Adam Stephens and discover how the holidays was spent more than three hundred years ago. Actors will be performing various domestic scenes throughout the house to offer a glimpse of life back then - from decorating the home to preparing the feast and playing children's game.
A Colonial Christmas will be held December 3 and 4 and December 10 and 11 from 4 to 8 p.m
Kick off the holiday season with the annual Christmas Tree lighting on the town square! The evening will begin at 6 p.m. with amazing activities including performing choirs, a cookie reception at the Martinsburg Public library, hot chocolate and hot cider.
Santa and Martinsburg Mayor George Karos will light the tree at 6:55 p.m. Afterward, Santa will be at this chair in front of the tree to pass out treats to all the children. The downtown shops and restaurants will also be open during this event.
The holiday fun will continue Saturday evening with a fun parade. Enjoy the unique downtown shops and restaurants as you kick off the holiday season.
More than 25 local artists bring their works to Berkeley Art Council's annual Holiday Art & Craft Market. Add a personal touch to the holidays with any of the hand-crafted items at the market. The Holiday Art & Craft Market will be open Wednesday-Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Run your socks off for the homeless at the Keep the Faith 5K Color Run/Walk. This event will take place at Poor House Farm Park on Saturday, November 11, with proceeds from the event to benefit the Good Samaritan Free Clinic and the Faith Community Coalition for the Homeless.
Registration is $30 for adults, $20 for children/students, $60 for school groups, $60 as a family rate and free for active duty and veterans with military ID. A t-shirt is included with your registration, and lunch is provided.
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The 7th annual Trails and Trees Studio Tour give you a "behind-the-scenes" look at the creative studios of local artists and artisans in Berkeley County. Travel to 11 studios and meet 12 artists who specialize in everything from pottery to jewelry, painting, sculpting and more!
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Gals & Ghouls, Please Join Us For Our First Annual Ghostly Gala at The Martinsburg Roundhouse! This charity costume ball will benefit the revitalization of the historic Roundhouse. The event will include a costume contest with cash prizes, with a top prize of $150. You'll enjoy raffles, food, beer, wine and more. The event is for those 21 and older. Tickets are available for purchase at The Martinsburg Roundhouse, Latte' Da Cupcakery and Crem De La Crem Antique Store for $35 Single or $60 Couple.
Table Sponsorships are also available. Please call 304-260-4141 for more information.
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Celebrate all the beauty of fall in the West Virginia hills with a chili cook-off event at Taylor's Farm Market. This festival will include great events like a chili cook-off, pumpkin carving contest, apples, live music, pumpkins, seasonal baked goods, fresh apple cider, WV wine tasting, kids farm carnival, arts & crafts and an antique tractor display. Enjoy a great event with the entire family!
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Black Draft invites you to join in celebrating the season at the Black Draft Distillery for the Autumn Open House. Enjoy a rare behind-the-scenes tour of the new production barn, sample moonshine whiskies and Black Draft Straight Bourbon, and try the seasonal cocktail recipes. Sip and savor some truly handcrafted West Virginia Spirits, just in time for the cool weather ahead!
There will also be non-alcoholic beverages for the youngsters, since Black Draft is very family friendly.
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Please join us for Hedgesville's Annual Heritage Day. Festivities include vendors, food, historic presentations, handcrafted arts and crafts, a children’s area, live music and more! Admission is free.
Vendors may contact (304) 754-4827 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no cost to reserve a space.
Local and regional artists display their works for public viewing at Berkeley Art Works in downtown Martinsburg for the Fifth Annual Eastern West Virginia Juried Art Exhibit.
The exhibit is open to artists in all media who reside in one of the eight counties that compose what is known as the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia: Berkeley, Jefferson, Morgan, Hampshire, Hardy, Grant, Mineral, and Pendleton.
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ZCombat is a tactical interactive zombie survival experience. Participants are armed with state of the art, infrared, gas-recoil military replica weapons. These weapons look, feel, like the real thing. After signing a waiver, players maneuver through a dark maze. The mission is to "eliminate" all the zombies that are encountered. Tickets are available at www.Zcombat.com or at the door. VIP fast passes can only be purchased online.
ZCombat will be open in October on Friday and Saturday evenings from 7-11pm and Sundays from 6-10pm. There will be two special Thursday night events, from 6-10pm. On Thursday, October 5th, the first one hundred first responders, with official service ID, get in free. On Thursday, October 19th, the first one hundred school staff members, with official school system ID, are invited to attend free. The big finale event will take place, Monday, Oct. 30th, from 6-10 pm.
The Haunted Asylum at Camp Frame takes visitors on a tour "Rockwood Asylum," a professional haunted house with all the works! Or, you can test yourself against the new escape room. The camp will also host a Trunk-or-Treat event October 28 from 2-4 p.m.
The Haunted Asylum will be held on September 30, October 6, 7, 20, 21, 27, and 28. The parking lot opens at 6:15 and the ticket booth opens at 6:45 p.m.
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Enjoy music, food, beer and more at the third annual Irie Wine Festival at Shiley Acres. More than 100 wines from around the world and more than 10 craft beers will be available to sample at the event, as well as a great live music. Pop up tents will be allowed again this year and our grounds are almost twice as big as last year.
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Ghost stories are always more scary when they're true! Learn about the ghoulish side of historic Martinsburg's past with a walking tour exploring historical properties and places, learning about their history and the local legends and ghost stories associated with them. Hear the true stories and incidents that inspired bizarre mysteries and oral urban legends that have been passed down from one generation to the next. Comfortable shoes and a flashlight are recommended. The tours are not suitable for children under 13 due to some graphic and disturbing content.
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Fall Farm Fun Days 2017
Saturday, September 23 • 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday, September 24 • 10:00am – 4:00pm
For years we’ve been celebrating the coming of fall at our orchard, with a fun festival. Join us for live local bluegrass, delicious food, tasty baked goods, hayrides, visit our pumpkin patch, craft vendors, and children’s activities.
2017 Bluegrass Line-up
Saturday, September 24
10:00am -1:00pm • Copper Canyon Bluegrass
1:30pm -4:30pm • Stoney Creek
Sunday, September 25
1:00pm – 4:00pm • Ernie Bradley & The Grassy Ridge Band
*Hayride to Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze-Buy a Bracelet
*Live Bluegrass Both Days-Free
*Moon Bounce-2 Tokens
*Pumpkin Painting-3 Tokens
*Face Painting-3 Tokens Small, 5 Tokens Large
*Food- Lions Club & BBQ
*How’s It Poppin’ Kettle Corn
Tokens are $1.25 each
2017 Vendor Inquiries
To receive an Vendor Application for attending our 2017 festival please email email@example.com.
Parking is limited so carpool is possible. Handicapped spaces will be available, first come first serve. A Pick-Up/Drop-Off Location will also be available for large purchases.
This event is rain or shine unless inclement weather should pose a threat to our guests and staff. Call 304-263-1168 before coming if you have questions.
No Pets Allowed
Primitive Country Corner, in Martinsburg, is hosting a two-day family-friendly community event. The vendor event will be open to the public from 9 am to 5 pm both Saturday and Sunday. There will be approximately 30 direct sales and/or craft vendors set up in the front yard and parking lot, as well as a food vendor each day. There will also be free activities for the children.
Portion of the back yard will be opened up for musical entertainment and other fall festivities. Free musical entertainment will be provided by Whiskey -n- Lace, a local band in the area, from 12-4 pm on Saturday.