Calendar

We sure know how to throw a gathering! Or 2. Or 12. Per week. Looking for something to do? We’re always celebrating something. Here’s a look at what’s coming up soon, and what we’re looking forward to.

Know of something we’re missing? Planning a new event? Send us the info, and we’ll add it here.

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Nov
28
Fri
Celebration of Lights 2014 @ Celebration of Lights
Nov 28 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Celebration of Lights 2014 @ Celebration of Lights | Fairmont | West Virginia | United States

This annual holiday event takes place at Morris Park (Pleasant Valley Road) and is 1.3 miles of animated Christmas displays.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday beginning on the Friday after Thanksgiving from 5 to 9 pm. Runs from Nov 28 – December 28

Subject to weather conditions 

Nov
29
Sat
The 21st Annual Holiday Historic House Tour @ Fairmont, Marion County
Nov 29 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
The 21st Annual Holiday Historic House Tour @ Fairmont, Marion County

Historic homes in the area open their doors to the public.  Most are decorated for the holidays and some have live music, and refreshments.

Below are some of the homes on this year’s tour:

1. The Former Marion County Sheriff’s Home (The Marion County Historical Society, Inc. and Museum) Construction on the sheriff’s home and connecting jail began on October 22, 1909 and was completed on March 12, 1912. The courthouse, jail, and sheriff’s home were all built to interconnect and all three structures shared a common utilities connection. The Sheriff’s home became the Marion County Museum in 1986.

2. The Methodist Protestant Church (The Gatherings)The cornerstone of this church was laid in 1896. This church features over 40 stained glass windows dating back to the 1800s including one from the original “Church on the Hill” circa 1834. Governor Francis H. Pierpont and his wife Julia attended this church.

3. The Jolliffe House (Frey Funeral Home)  This home was designed by its original owner, Marcelle Jolliffe and his wife. He served as the sheriff of Marion County in the year 1901. This is the last residential home in the downtown area and has been in the same family since it was originally built.
4. The George S. Brackett Home  This circa 1906 Shingle Victorian Home is presumed to have been built by A.B Fleming’s daughter Ida and her husband Walton Miller and designed by well known architect Andrew Lyons.
5. The Watson Mansion (Ross Funeral Home) This Tudor Revival home boasts 25 rooms and was designed be famous architect, Horace Trumbauer. The building was constructed between 1901 and 1903 for the James Otis Watson Family.
6. Brownfield Building (All Things Herbal)  This Building was constructed around the year 1895 and was originally  D.L. Morrow’s Boot and Shoe Store.
7. Clayton- Merideth House  This is a Federal-Italianate style home built prior to 1860 by William Meredith.
8. Pinkney-Morgan House  This home was built in the 1840s. The architecture is Greek Revival Style. This is the last original Morgan Home standing in the Monongahela Valley.
9. A.G. Martin House  The house was built around 1911 by Arthor G. (Heck) Martin. He was the Mayor of Fairmont and a successful business man.  The home was built in the American Arts and Crafts (craftsman) style with designe attributed to Gustav Stickley.

 

Bluegrass Saturday at Sagebrush Round-Up @ Sagebrush Round-Up
Nov 29 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Bluegrass Saturday at Sagebrush Round-Up @ Sagebrush Round-Up | Fairmont | West Virginia | United States

Bluegrass Saturday features

Open Stage (If you would like to perform, come early and sign up with MC)

The Round-Up Band

New Creek Station

Marv Ashby and High Octane

The Mountain State Bluegrass Express

Rocky Road String Band

Come early and try one of our home cooked dinners! Smoke and alcohol free facility

Celebration of Lights 2014 @ Celebration of Lights
Nov 29 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Celebration of Lights 2014 @ Celebration of Lights | Fairmont | West Virginia | United States

This annual holiday event takes place at Morris Park (Pleasant Valley Road) and is 1.3 miles of animated Christmas displays.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday beginning on the Friday after Thanksgiving from 5 to 9 pm. Runs from Nov 28 – December 28

Subject to weather conditions 

Nov
30
Sun
Celebration of Lights 2014 @ Celebration of Lights
Nov 30 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Celebration of Lights 2014 @ Celebration of Lights | Fairmont | West Virginia | United States

This annual holiday event takes place at Morris Park (Pleasant Valley Road) and is 1.3 miles of animated Christmas displays.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday beginning on the Friday after Thanksgiving from 5 to 9 pm. Runs from Nov 28 – December 28

Subject to weather conditions 

Dec
1
Mon
Ice Skating at Palatine Park @ Palatine Park
Dec 1 @ 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Ice Skating at Palatine Park @ Palatine Park

FREE ice skating at Palatine Park! Skates will be provided or bring your own.

Skates available, sizes 3 to 13.
Waivers are required prior to skating.
Celebration of Lights Walker’s Night
Dec 1 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Celebration of Lights Walker's Night @ Fairmont | West Virginia | United States

Walkers will be able to enjoy the 1.3 miles of animated Christmas displays through Morris Park.  No cars will be permitted

Celebration of Lights presented every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in December from 5 to 9 pm. Weather permitting

Christmas Parade @ 4th St/Fairmont Avenue to Palatine Park
Dec 1 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Christmas Parade @ 4th St/Fairmont Avenue to Palatine Park

Annual Fairmont Christmas Parade!  End the evening with a chance to visit with Santa and a twirl on the skating rink at Palatine Park!

Dec
2
Tue
Ice Skating at Palatine Park @ Palatine Park
Dec 2 @ 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Ice Skating at Palatine Park @ Palatine Park

FREE ice skating at Palatine Park! Skates will be provided or bring your own.

Skates available, sizes 3 to 13.
Waivers are required prior to skating.
Dec
3
Wed
Ice Skating at Palatine Park @ Palatine Park
Dec 3 @ 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Ice Skating at Palatine Park @ Palatine Park

FREE ice skating at Palatine Park! Skates will be provided or bring your own.

Skates available, sizes 3 to 13.
Waivers are required prior to skating.