Save the Date!
The 45th Mountain State Apple Harvest Festival will be held
Oct 17-20, 2024
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West Virginia Commissioner of Agriculture Kent Leonhardt will crown our new Queen Pomona, declaring the opening of the 2024 festival at the Coronation ceremony at Airborne Church in Martinsburg in October.
Our 45th Festival
will be here before you know it!
Last Year's Court
👑 Queen Pomona XLIV Brittany Lynn Cenate
🍏Maid Francesca Jo Domenico 🍎Maid Elliana Marie Mosby
🌹Princess Hayley Marie Silkworth
🌹Princess Ava Marie Hill
🌹Princess Rylee Faith DeLeon
🌹Princess Hayden Lushbaugh
🌹Princess Rivers Leah Jenkins
🌹Princess Mary Katherine McCune
🌹Princess Maggie Leigh Barrett
🌹Princess Aubrey Cadence Clutter
🌹Princess Lilliana Grace Hannan
🌹Princess Lily Onassis Campbell
🌹Princess Leila Grace Sergent
🌹Princess Reghan Elizabeth Miller
✨Junior Maiden Mia Regalbuto
✨Junior Maiden Aubree Funk
✨Crown Bearer Isabel Delligatti
✨Scepter Bearer Haven Langford
✨Train Bearer Kason Leighton
✨Train Bearer Aidan Leighton
✨Court Jester Jerry Hott
✨Court Jester Jack Delligatti
ABOUT OUR FESTIVAL
The Mountain State Apple Harvest Festival celebrates the apple industry- a valued part of the heritage of the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. Held every third weekend in October, it has become a treasured homecoming with festivities spanning over multiple days.
In the fall of 1979, business and community leaders in the Eastern Panhandle came together with the intention of creating a “signature event” to include all five counties of the broader area, which would become a staple of the Mountain State’s culture.
From this initial idea, the Mountain State Apple Harvest Festival board set about organizing contests, entertainment and craft shows that showcase the apple orchard heritage of the area.
We hope you will make our festival an annual tradition that your family and friends look forward to being apart of. . . because there truly is NO PLACE LIKE HOME!