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28.) Preston County Buckwheat Festival Review – Kingwood, West Virginia – September 28, 2019

In the city of Kingwood, West Virginia… …the Preston County Buckwheat Festival was a multi-faceted celebration. Right off the bat, the festival came off as huge carnival with plenty of rides… …fun houses… …attractions… …games… …and carnival grub. Then, within the structures that bordered part of the carnival… …it began to feel more like a county fair feel with the …

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27.) Leaf Peeper’s Festival Review – Davis, West Virginia – September 28, 2019

AUTHOR’S NOTE: The Leaf Peeper’s Festival has Heritage Exhibits at various locations. This may include a train exhibit, a petting zoo and more. This experience only covers what was found at the festival’s main site. **** As travelers drove into Davis, West Virginia, they became instantly aware of the Leaf Peeper’s Festival… …a festival found further along and on both …

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26.) Autumn Harvest Festival and WV RoadKill Cook-Off Review – Marlinton, West Virginia – September 28, 2019

I arrived in Marlinton early Saturday morning… …as a rainbow greeted me from above. The Biscuit Bake-Off was taking place at the Opera House… …with plenty of delicious-looking entries… …people were registering… …for the morning’s Possum Trot… …and many, including myself, headed to the Pocahontas County Chamber of Commerce booth for a $5 wristband… …so that they could enjoy samples …

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24.) Sistersville Marble Festival Review – Sistersville, West Virginia – September 27, 2019

AUTHOR’S NOTE: I visited the festival on Friday morning before any serious crowds had arrived. I was told that Saturday is the big day. **** The Sistersville Marble Festival is a marble show and festival… …where marble enthusiasts come together (WV Marble Shooters Association)… …promoting marbles to festival goers through various games… …as well as through the selling of an …

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38.) Harvest Moon Arts and Crafts Festival Review – Parkersburg, West Virginia – September 17, 2016

The Harvest Moon Festival (frame by Jeff Davis)… …took place at Parkersburg City Park… …and offered a pavilion… …and (3) tents… …filled and surrounded by all sorts of vendors. Offerings were vast as they included seasonal crafts… …pottery… …leather… …designer jewelry (Penny Whistle Jewels)… …and framed lit trinket Christmas trees. There was also furniture… …chain-sawed sculptures… …and all sort of …