Scenes from Battle Days, Country Fall Festival


This reenactor joins Battle Days Royalty Miss Battle Days Maggie Criste, Little Miss Battle Days Hadleigh Cossin, Heritage Queen Joyce Dalton, Young Miss Battle Days Kate Henderson, Junior Miss Battle Days Emily Bale. Not pictured, Little Mr. Battle Days Caleb Heib.


Jim and Reba Bess of Tornado volunteer their time at the WV State Farm Museum’s Country Fall Festival this past weekend, helping can apple butter. They are life members at the museum.


Miss Country Fall Festival Breanna Ball and Ms. Country Fall Festival Brittany Sayre, pictured at the Christopher H. Bauer Memorial Museum at the WV State Farm Museum during the Country Fall Festival.


Firing the canon at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park during Sunday’s memorial service to close Battle Days.


Wreath laying ceremony at “The Magazine” at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park.


Organizations from across the country, including those from the National Society Sons of The American Revolution (NSSAR) and National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, and more, prepare to honor Revolutionary War-era heroes at the Battle of Point Pleasant during a wreath laying ceremony at Battle Days. The local Point Pleasant NSSAR chapter helps lead the event every year.


A scene from Tu-Endie-Wei State Park on Sunday at Battle Days.


Presenting the colors at “The Magazine” during to the wreath laying ceremony at Battle Days.


Apple Butter making at this weekend’s Country Fall Festival held at the WV State Farm Museum. Three kettles were made over the course of the festival with each kettle producing around 28-30 gallons of apple butter which was nearly sold out on Sunday, as were apple cider and sorghum.


The West Virginia Bottle and Antique Show at the Country Fall Festival saw visitors both days looking for that unique antique.


Visitors to the CEOS Quilt Show pick their favorites during the Country Fall Festival.


Scene from the Antique Steam Engine Show at the Country Fall Festival.


Sorghum making with Rodney Wallbrown and friends at the WV State Farm Museum’s Country Fall Festival.


Bottles of sorghum were quick to sell out at the Country Fall Festival.


This reenactor joins Battle Days Royalty Miss Battle Days Maggie Criste, Little Miss Battle Days Hadleigh Cossin, Heritage Queen Joyce Dalton, Young Miss Battle Days Kate Henderson, Junior Miss Battle Days Emily Bale. Not pictured, Little Mr. Battle Days Caleb Heib.

Jim and Reba Bess of Tornado volunteer their time at the WV State Farm Museum’s Country Fall Festival this past weekend, helping can apple butter. They are life members at the museum.

Miss Country Fall Festival Breanna Ball and Ms. Country Fall Festival Brittany Sayre, pictured at the Christopher H. Bauer Memorial Museum at the WV State Farm Museum during the Country Fall Festival.

Firing the canon at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park during Sunday’s memorial service to close Battle Days.

Wreath laying ceremony at “The Magazine” at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park.

Organizations from across the country, including those from the National Society Sons of The American Revolution (NSSAR) and National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, and more, prepare to honor Revolutionary War-era heroes at the Battle of Point Pleasant during a wreath laying ceremony at Battle Days. The local Point Pleasant NSSAR chapter helps lead the event every year.

A scene from Tu-Endie-Wei State Park on Sunday at Battle Days.

Presenting the colors at “The Magazine” during to the wreath laying ceremony at Battle Days.

Apple Butter making at this weekend’s Country Fall Festival held at the WV State Farm Museum. Three kettles were made over the course of the festival with each kettle producing around 28-30 gallons of apple butter which was nearly sold out on Sunday, as were apple cider and sorghum.

The West Virginia Bottle and Antique Show at the Country Fall Festival saw visitors both days looking for that unique antique.

Visitors to the CEOS Quilt Show pick their favorites during the Country Fall Festival.

Scene from the Antique Steam Engine Show at the Country Fall Festival.

Sorghum making with Rodney Wallbrown and friends at the WV State Farm Museum’s Country Fall Festival.

Bottles of sorghum were quick to sell out at the Country Fall Festival.

This reenactor joins Battle Days Royalty Miss Battle Days Maggie Criste, Little Miss Battle Days Hadleigh Cossin, Heritage Queen Joyce Dalton, Young Miss Battle Days Kate Henderson, Junior Miss Battle Days Emily Bale. Not pictured, Little Mr. Battle Days Caleb Heib.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10.6-PPR-Inside-2.jpgThis reenactor joins Battle Days Royalty Miss Battle Days Maggie Criste, Little Miss Battle Days Hadleigh Cossin, Heritage Queen Joyce Dalton, Young Miss Battle Days Kate Henderson, Junior Miss Battle Days Emily Bale. Not pictured, Little Mr. Battle Days Caleb Heib.

Jim and Reba Bess of Tornado volunteer their time at the WV State Farm Museum’s Country Fall Festival this past weekend, helping can apple butter. They are life members at the museum.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10.6-PPR-Inside-10.jpgJim and Reba Bess of Tornado volunteer their time at the WV State Farm Museum’s Country Fall Festival this past weekend, helping can apple butter. They are life members at the museum.

Miss Country Fall Festival Breanna Ball and Ms. Country Fall Festival Brittany Sayre, pictured at the Christopher H. Bauer Memorial Museum at the WV State Farm Museum during the Country Fall Festival.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10.6-PPR-Inside-14.jpgMiss Country Fall Festival Breanna Ball and Ms. Country Fall Festival Brittany Sayre, pictured at the Christopher H. Bauer Memorial Museum at the WV State Farm Museum during the Country Fall Festival.

Firing the canon at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park during Sunday’s memorial service to close Battle Days.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10.6-PPR-Inside-1.jpgFiring the canon at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park during Sunday’s memorial service to close Battle Days.

Wreath laying ceremony at “The Magazine” at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10.6-PPR-Inside-3.jpgWreath laying ceremony at “The Magazine” at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park.

Organizations from across the country, including those from the National Society Sons of The American Revolution (NSSAR) and National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, and more, prepare to honor Revolutionary War-era heroes at the Battle of Point Pleasant during a wreath laying ceremony at Battle Days. The local Point Pleasant NSSAR chapter helps lead the event every year.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10.6-PPR-Inside-5.jpgOrganizations from across the country, including those from the National Society Sons of The American Revolution (NSSAR) and National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, and more, prepare to honor Revolutionary War-era heroes at the Battle of Point Pleasant during a wreath laying ceremony at Battle Days. The local Point Pleasant NSSAR chapter helps lead the event every year.

A scene from Tu-Endie-Wei State Park on Sunday at Battle Days.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10.6-PPR-Inside-6.jpgA scene from Tu-Endie-Wei State Park on Sunday at Battle Days.

Presenting the colors at “The Magazine” during to the wreath laying ceremony at Battle Days.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10.6-PPR-Inside-7.jpgPresenting the colors at “The Magazine” during to the wreath laying ceremony at Battle Days.

Apple Butter making at this weekend’s Country Fall Festival held at the WV State Farm Museum. Three kettles were made over the course of the festival with each kettle producing around 28-30 gallons of apple butter which was nearly sold out on Sunday, as were apple cider and sorghum.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10.6-PPR-Inside-8.jpgApple Butter making at this weekend’s Country Fall Festival held at the WV State Farm Museum. Three kettles were made over the course of the festival with each kettle producing around 28-30 gallons of apple butter which was nearly sold out on Sunday, as were apple cider and sorghum.

The West Virginia Bottle and Antique Show at the Country Fall Festival saw visitors both days looking for that unique antique.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10.6-PPR-Inside-11.jpgThe West Virginia Bottle and Antique Show at the Country Fall Festival saw visitors both days looking for that unique antique.

Visitors to the CEOS Quilt Show pick their favorites during the Country Fall Festival.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10.6-PPR-Inside-12.jpgVisitors to the CEOS Quilt Show pick their favorites during the Country Fall Festival.

Scene from the Antique Steam Engine Show at the Country Fall Festival.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10.6-PPR-Engines.jpgScene from the Antique Steam Engine Show at the Country Fall Festival.

Sorghum making with Rodney Wallbrown and friends at the WV State Farm Museum’s Country Fall Festival.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10.6-PPR-Molasses.jpgSorghum making with Rodney Wallbrown and friends at the WV State Farm Museum’s Country Fall Festival.

Bottles of sorghum were quick to sell out at the Country Fall Festival.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10.6-PPR-Sorgum.jpgBottles of sorghum were quick to sell out at the Country Fall Festival.
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