Keeping it ‘Country’ this weekend


The Country Fall Festival returns to the West Virginia State Farm Museum from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday and Sunday to celebrate fall and days when life was a little slower and sweeter — the “sweeter” to be found in fresh apple cider, apple butter and sorghum. In addition, there will be an antique tractor pull, an antique bottle and engine show, a Gravely parade and swap meet, pumpkin contest and the “Harvest of Quilts” quilt show, sponsored by the Community Educational Outreach Service Clubs. More on the festival will appear in an upcoming edition and for more information on the quilt show, see related story on the front page. Pictured is a scene from last year’s festival during sorghum making. Admission is free.


The Country Fall Festival returns to the West Virginia State Farm Museum from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday and Sunday to celebrate fall and days when life was a little slower and sweeter — the “sweeter” to be found in fresh apple cider, apple butter and sorghum. In addition, there will be an antique tractor pull, an antique bottle and engine show, a Gravely parade and swap meet, pumpkin contest and the “Harvest of Quilts” quilt show, sponsored by the Community Educational Outreach Service Clubs. More on the festival will appear in an upcoming edition and for more information on the quilt show, see related story on the front page. Pictured is a scene from last year’s festival during sorghum making. Admission is free.

The Country Fall Festival returns to the West Virginia State Farm Museum from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday and Sunday to celebrate fall and days when life was a little slower and sweeter — the “sweeter” to be found in fresh apple cider, apple butter and sorghum. In addition, there will be an antique tractor pull, an antique bottle and engine show, a Gravely parade and swap meet, pumpkin contest and the “Harvest of Quilts” quilt show, sponsored by the Community Educational Outreach Service Clubs. More on the festival will appear in an upcoming edition and for more information on the quilt show, see related story on the front page. Pictured is a scene from last year’s festival during sorghum making. Admission is free.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_10.6-PPR-Sorgum.jpgThe Country Fall Festival returns to the West Virginia State Farm Museum from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday and Sunday to celebrate fall and days when life was a little slower and sweeter — the “sweeter” to be found in fresh apple cider, apple butter and sorghum. In addition, there will be an antique tractor pull, an antique bottle and engine show, a Gravely parade and swap meet, pumpkin contest and the “Harvest of Quilts” quilt show, sponsored by the Community Educational Outreach Service Clubs. More on the festival will appear in an upcoming edition and for more information on the quilt show, see related story on the front page. Pictured is a scene from last year’s festival during sorghum making. Admission is free.
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