The West Virginia Farm Museum will host its annual Fall Festival Oct. 5-6 on the grounds of the museum, just north of Point Pleasant in Mason County.
“The Farm Museum is a fascinating attraction and the Fall Fest is a great chance for everyone to experience West Virginia agriculture and history,” said Commissioner of Agriculture Walt Helmick.
Events slated for the weekend include:
•Antique Tractor Pull (Saturday only at 1 p.m.)
•Church Service in log church (Sunday at 9 a.m.)
•Gospel Sing (Sunday at 1:30 p.m.)
Other attractions include the antique gas & engine show, Gravely swap meet, apple butter and cider making, sorghum making, a working sawmill, antique bottle show, clogging, daily entertainment, country store and kitchen and a quilt show.
The Museum includes a building full of antique farm equipment, as well as historical buildings that have been moved to the grounds throughout the years. It is open Tuesday-Saturday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. April 1 through Nov. 15.
For more information, visit wvfarmmuseum.org
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