The West Virginia RoadKill Cook-off is one of the region’s most fun and exciting annual events. In years past, the Food Network, the Travel Channel and the Discovery Channel have all covered this wild and offbeat festival! If you’ve ever wanted to taste exotic dishes like squirrel gravy over biscuits, teriyaki-marinated bear or deer sausage, this is the place to be!
The Heritage Weekend Festival is 63 years old this year. This event started with a dream of a few good people in Hardy County as a way of raising money for the public library, the hub of every small town. Last year was a great success and we were able to contribute nicely to the library. That is our goal again this year.
Heritage weekend is a unique event and is the only countrywide fair or festival in West Virginia and we sure have something for everyone. Hardy County is seeping in American History and we are trying to preserve it by showing the younger generation what is was like living here in bygone days. Each year a historical home is highlighted and profiled on a decorative tile. We are pleased to announce this year’s tile house, Garret VanMeter House.
Come participate and enjoy the food, music, arts, craft show, car show, homes tours, walking tours, civil war encampments, historic church services, historic clothing display, train ride, kid activities and so much more that will take place throughout Hardy and Grant Counties.
Morgantown Craft Beer Festival at the Monongalia County Ballpark presented by West Virginia Black Bears, a Class-A Affiliate baseball team of the Pirates. There will be 50-60 beers on tap from local and regional craft breweries and the WVU football game will be broadcast live!