Are you a beginning gardener? A veteran gardener looking for inspiration? Spring into Gardening will give you some new ideas to help maximize your hard work and create a great garden this year. Learn about growing peppers, the nature of soils, wasps/hornet around homes, and all about lavender, including growing and its culinary uses. We’ve got the basics and pointers for new and experienced gardeners. Keynote speaker, Bill Mills, Executive Director WV Botanic Garden, will discuss An Approach To Gardening As One Grows Older.
Presented by the WVU Extension Kanawha County Master Gardener Association, this program costs $5 for advance registration by mail, or $10 on site, and is open to the public.
In A Jam! will be a vendor at this event with samples to try and jars of jams and jellies to purchase and take home to enjoy.
The West Virginia Department of Agriculture in cooperation with the WVU Extension Service Small Farm Center is excited to bring the Winter Blue Farmers Market to the Charleston Civic Center. This premier event gives all of us the opportunity to showcase the bounty of West Virginia. We are proud of this event and wants to economically demonstrate that small farmers mean big business. This event is FREE and open to the public.
This premier event gives all of us the opportunity to showcase the bounty of West Virginia. We are proud of this event and want to economically demonstrate that small farmers mean big business. This is a FREE event that is open to the public.
Find the In A Jam! products that include J.Q. Dickinson salt at their booth.
You'll find; a limited amount of seasonal produce, farm raised meats, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, artisan products and more. All either grown or produced right here in West Virginia. Enjoy a local foods brunch and Bloody Mary Bar prepared by Bridgeport Conference Center.
Samples and Wedding Favor Ideas from IN A JAM!
The Great Bridal Event" 2017 will be the one-stop, hands-down, number-one BEST Wedding Expo in the Mid-Ohio Valley with an estimated 100 Vendors participating. Save the Date for Sunday, January 29th, 2017 at the Elite Sports Center in South Parkersburg for this great event!
Experience Julia-Ann Square Historic District in Parkersburg, WV in all its holiday Victorian splendor. Five outstanding historic homes, decorated in festive Christmas decor, will be open for the 2017 tour.
IN A JAM! will be at the Caswell-Smith House with samples of jams and jellies that would have been found on the tables years ago in these beautiful, historic homes.
This holiday tradition is a festive way to celebrate the holiday season in the Mid-Ohio Valley area. Decorators put their heart and soul into decorating over 30 trees and wreaths. They will be on display from Wednesday, November 15 through Thursday, December 7.
No admission is charged for viewing the trees.
FESTIVAL OF TREES
December 7, 2017 / 6:00 pm
The Festival of Trees event is a great way for guests to contribute to Easter Seals. Guests are able to bid on numerous donated items in the silent auction. Later, during the live auction, guests are able to view and bid on their favorite holiday items. Proceeds benefit Easter Seals West Virginia Uncompensated Care Program, which allows children who are uninsured, or underinsured, to receive treatment regardless of an inability to pay.
Silent Auction and Cash Bar begin at 6:00 pm
Live Auction begins at 7:00 pm
For more information, call Melissa Marco with the Easter Seals at 304.422.3343.
$30 per Person
Tickets are available starting Nov. 1st and at the door or in advance.
They can be purchased at The Blennerhassett Hotel or by calling Easter Seals at 304.422.3343.
Join the MOV Chamber of Commerce to celebrate the official ribbon cutting ceremony with our new member, IN A JAM!
We will officially cut the ribbon at 12:15pm.
Owner Andrea Duke is excited to showcase her delicious jams and jellies right inside one of her home-stores, Crown Florals, that you can find her products located at. Refreshments and door prizes will be offered following the ceremony.
The day kicks off at 10:00 a.m. with an old fashioned parade in downtown Malden which will end at J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works. The day will be full of assorted cultural activities such as lectures, films, music and dancing. There will be re-enacting of the salt making of the original settlers, oral history taking and tours. A variety of local foods, craft beer, cider and treats will be available for purchase. Live music into the evening. Free admission.
Since 1986 West Virginia Pumpkin Park in Milton has celebrated the glory of autumn and the harvest with the West Virginia Pumpkin Festival, which has turned into one of the state's largest festivals. It was designed to help farmers with the raising and selling of pumpkins. Located in Milton, WV, between the two cities of Huntington and Charleston, along the I-64 corridor, the festival attracts attention from throughout
the region. Each October, more than 50,000 people travel to Milton to participate in our celebration of the pumpkin harvest.