It’s time to start planning for the annual Autumn Harvest and WV RoadKill Cook-off! The festival will be held a week early this year on Saturday, September 23, 2023 in Marlinton, WV. Please visit our Festival Webpage for additional information. We hope to see you at this year’s event!
We welcome all crafters, including emerging crafters from across WV and outside of the state. This year’s craft show will be a one day event on Saturday, September 24, 2022.
We were finally able to give our award for the Individual Pocahontas County Involvement Award! Our honoree this year was nominated by Jessica S. for many deserving reasons. Bill Jordan is not only kind, friendly, humble, hardworking and dedicated, he is also selfless, caring and devoted to Pocahontas County. In
We all have been looking forward to the 2021 Autumn Harvest Festival and Roadkill Cookoff as a celebration of the return to normal for our community. Unfortunately, the realities of the current state of Covid-19 and variant infections in Pocahontas County and the surrounding counties required us to re-evaluate the
The Pocahontas County Chamber of Commerce held its 7th Annual “FISH BOWL” Grant Program on the evening of June 24th at Stillwell Park in Marlinton. Marty Bloss, representing The Green Bank Observatory in Green Bank provided a $500.00 grant for the event. All attendees paid a $10.00 fee for the
The Pocahontas County Chamber of Commerce recognizes one business and one individual each year for outstanding service and contribution to our community. Recognize an individual and/or business who has reached for the stars! Deadline for nominations: February 7, 2021 Nominate A Shining Star Here!
Annual Business Grant Program Registration is Open Sponsored by: The Pocahontas County Chamber of Commerce and First Energy The event will be held Wednesday, October 21, 2020 At the Large Pavilion at Stillwell Park at 5:00 p.m. A light dinner will be served. All attendees with the exception of the
The Autumn Harvest Festival & Roadkill Cook-off has hosted guests to the area for 27 years and it saddens us to announce that we will have to cancel our scheduled 2020 event in accordance with Governor Jim Justice’s executive order 51-20, which prohibits all festivals, fairs, and gatherings of more