Posted by alisha.myers on
January 17, 2013
Check out these two great stories about Arthurdale and Mrs. Bonnette’s 100th Birthday that were featured in the Charleston Daily Mail recently!
Posted by Sarah Barnes on
November 20, 2012
Stained glass ornaments, vintage Christmas ornaments, antiques, handmade soap and more will be available during the The Arthurdale Festival of Trees Christmas Market. This special one-day market will take place on December 1 in the New Deal Homestead Museum in Arthurdale, WV. The Festival of Trees features tree and wreath auctions and raffles, a wine and cheese evening reception (November 30), family activities, and the Arthurdale Heritage Craft Shop Holiday Open House.
Participating vendors are:
- Linda Kunkel of Work of Art Studio – stained glass
- Heather Sawyer of The Little Earth Company – all organic bath & body products
- Darlene Bolyard – Vintage Christmas ornaments and decorations
- David Huxtable – Original Arthurdale items plus FDR mugs, original Roosevelt pins, and more
- Dave Houser of Houser’s Stained Glass – holiday ornaments
We look forward to seeing you!
Want to support us by buying a tree or wreath but can’t make it to the festival?
Since bids are silent, you can call the office during the week or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to place a bid. Just tell us the item you are bidding on, contact info, and your bid amount. If you wish, you can donate your item to a Preston County or Morgantown nursing home and we will deliver it for you.
Questions, call 304-864-3959 or email email@example.com.
Posted by Jonas Knotts on
July 14, 2012
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt visited WBOY-TV on Friday, July 13th to discuss the federal project in Arthurdale. President Roosevelt was joined by school director Elsie Clapp. Together, they spoke of the importance of the Arthurdale project, the New Deal, and ways that people on the home front can help support military men stationed overseas. President Roosevelt promoted the New Deal Festival and the activities and events happening.