Scenes from the Country Fall Festival


This young man watches a blacksmith turn metal into something useful at the Country Fall Festival, held this past weekend at the West Virginia State Farm Museum.


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Mason County Assessor Ron Hickman, pictured at left, volunteers a full day’s work at the Country Fall Festival, assisting former Extension Agent Rodney Wallbrown and his family and friends in making fresh sorghum.


Beth Sergent/Register

Pints and quarts of apple butter were a popular item at this year’s Country Fall Festival. Here, making of the apple butter.


Beth Sergent/Register

Visitors vote on their favorite quilts at the 30th Annual CEOS “Harvest of Quilts” quilt show held at the Country Fall Festival.


Beth Sergent/Register

Visitors take in the wildlife displays at the Christopher H. Bauer Memorial Museum during the Country Fall Festival.


Beth Sergent/Register

Members of the Gravely Tractor Club celebrate the organization’s 100th anniversary at the Country Fall Festival, which included a swap meet as well as a tractor parade and show, the later of which is pictured here.


Beth Sergent/Register

The sweet smell of sorghum drew many people to purchase the tasty treat at the Country Fall Festival.


Beth Sergent/Register

The antique bottle show is a popular attraction at the Country Fall Festival which returned again this year for collectors and visitors.


Beth Sergent/Register

This young man watches a blacksmith turn metal into something useful at the Country Fall Festival, held this past weekend at the West Virginia State Farm Museum.

Mason County Assessor Ron Hickman, pictured at left, volunteers a full day’s work at the Country Fall Festival, assisting former Extension Agent Rodney Wallbrown and his family and friends in making fresh sorghum.

Pints and quarts of apple butter were a popular item at this year’s Country Fall Festival. Here, making of the apple butter.

Visitors vote on their favorite quilts at the 30th Annual CEOS “Harvest of Quilts” quilt show held at the Country Fall Festival.

Visitors take in the wildlife displays at the Christopher H. Bauer Memorial Museum during the Country Fall Festival.

Members of the Gravely Tractor Club celebrate the organization’s 100th anniversary at the Country Fall Festival, which included a swap meet as well as a tractor parade and show, the later of which is pictured here.

The sweet smell of sorghum drew many people to purchase the tasty treat at the Country Fall Festival.

The antique bottle show is a popular attraction at the Country Fall Festival which returned again this year for collectors and visitors.

This young man watches a blacksmith turn metal into something useful at the Country Fall Festival, held this past weekend at the West Virginia State Farm Museum.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.4-PPR-CFF-1-1.jpgThis young man watches a blacksmith turn metal into something useful at the Country Fall Festival, held this past weekend at the West Virginia State Farm Museum. Beth Sergent/Register

Mason County Assessor Ron Hickman, pictured at left, volunteers a full day’s work at the Country Fall Festival, assisting former Extension Agent Rodney Wallbrown and his family and friends in making fresh sorghum.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.4-PPR-CFF-8-1.jpgMason County Assessor Ron Hickman, pictured at left, volunteers a full day’s work at the Country Fall Festival, assisting former Extension Agent Rodney Wallbrown and his family and friends in making fresh sorghum. Beth Sergent/Register

Pints and quarts of apple butter were a popular item at this year’s Country Fall Festival. Here, making of the apple butter.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.4-PPR-CFF-2-1.jpgPints and quarts of apple butter were a popular item at this year’s Country Fall Festival. Here, making of the apple butter. Beth Sergent/Register

Visitors vote on their favorite quilts at the 30th Annual CEOS “Harvest of Quilts” quilt show held at the Country Fall Festival.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.4-PPR-CFF-3-1.jpgVisitors vote on their favorite quilts at the 30th Annual CEOS “Harvest of Quilts” quilt show held at the Country Fall Festival. Beth Sergent/Register

Visitors take in the wildlife displays at the Christopher H. Bauer Memorial Museum during the Country Fall Festival.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.4-PPR-CFF-5-1.jpgVisitors take in the wildlife displays at the Christopher H. Bauer Memorial Museum during the Country Fall Festival. Beth Sergent/Register

Members of the Gravely Tractor Club celebrate the organization’s 100th anniversary at the Country Fall Festival, which included a swap meet as well as a tractor parade and show, the later of which is pictured here.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.4-PPR-CFF-6-1.jpgMembers of the Gravely Tractor Club celebrate the organization’s 100th anniversary at the Country Fall Festival, which included a swap meet as well as a tractor parade and show, the later of which is pictured here. Beth Sergent/Register

The sweet smell of sorghum drew many people to purchase the tasty treat at the Country Fall Festival.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.4-PPR-CFF-7-1.jpgThe sweet smell of sorghum drew many people to purchase the tasty treat at the Country Fall Festival. Beth Sergent/Register

The antique bottle show is a popular attraction at the Country Fall Festival which returned again this year for collectors and visitors.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.4-PPR-CFF-9-1.jpgThe antique bottle show is a popular attraction at the Country Fall Festival which returned again this year for collectors and visitors. Beth Sergent/Register
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