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Breath-taking fresh flower arrangements, gifts, realistic artificial flowers, dried wreaths. Peaceful quaint atmosphere.
Retail shop that offers hunting and fishing supplies and license. Game checking station.
The Fair is held the first full week in August of each year. "Where the Fun Begins and Never Ends." While visiting the fair please take some time to meet old friends and make new ones and to visit our wonderful city. August 5th - 10th, 2013!
Features a separate two to three foot kiddy pool as well as an adjoining three foot pool that gradually increases to ten feet with a diving board. Showers and restroom facilities are available. A concession stand is also on the premises.
Home of the “Poor Farm BMX” bicycle track, a nationally sanctioned facility with the National Bicycle League. Located just off Hoult Road. From I-79 take Exit 139, turn towards Pricketts Fort, and pass the Exxon. At stop sign turn left (south) on Rt. 73. Go past K & T Truck Stop (BP Station) and take first right. Go ¼ mile on Hoult Road, and then turn right.
Located in the Marion County Public Library, the club provides a collection of family histories and more from the local area, West Virginia and surrounding states.
Former 2 1/2 story home of the County Sheriff (1912). Artifacts dating as far back as colonial period. Special events throughout the year. Special tours and events are available upon request at other times. Located next to Marion County Courthouse. National Historic Register.
The plaza is located in the heart of the Fairmont Central Business District at the corner of Adams and Madison Streets. It is approximately 7,500 square feet and includes a bronze statue depicting images of soldiers from WWI, WWII, Korean and Vietnam wars. Three marble monuments stand on the plaza listing the names of Marion County veterans, with the front dedicated to those killed in action while serving their country.
Located at the entrance to East Marion Park off Exit 136 of I-79. The memorial consists of a six ton monument with the 27 names of the men from Marion County, WV who died in Vietnam, along with a Huey Helicopter which actually flew in Vietnam.