The festival runs through Saturday night in Chapmanville.
The activities begin at noon tomorrow and run through 11 p.m. Friday. They start again at 11 a.m. on Saturday and run through 11 p.m. that night.
There will be helicopter rides, a haunted house, inflatables for kids, art, crafts and food vendors set up.
Plus, there wouldn't be an Apple Butter Festival without apple butter, which will be on sale throughout the event. The Chapmanville Touchdown Club, the Chapmanville Lions Club and the Chapmanville Woman's Club will be selling homemade apple butter.
Organizer Sally Stollings said the Apple Butter Festival will have something for everyone.
"I think this year's festival will be the biggest we've ever had," Stollings said. "I've been doing this for 19 years and I think this will definitely be our biggest and best Apple Butter Festival.
"This is a festival for everybody. I think everyone should support functions in their municipality and their community. The kids love the Apple Butter Festival and everyone gets in free. I love it. It's a good, family-oriented weekend of fun. We just have a lot of fun."
Pro wrestling begins at 7:30 p.m. in the gym of the old Chapmanville High School building.
There will also be a car show on Saturday.
The block party begins at 8 p.m. on Friday night.
"We'll have entertainment throughout both days," Stollings said.
There will also be music for everyone by bands such as Dewey Jeffrey, Hammer Down, Easy Street Band, The Turn Around Band and Taking A Flight.
Dewey Jeffrey, Taking A Flight and The Turn Around Band will perform Friday.
Saturday at 2 p.m. will be Lincoln County Clogging.
The Hammer Down Band, Dewey Jeffrey and the Easy Street Band will all perform on Saturday.
On Friday night, there will be fireworks for the Chapmanville Regional High School homecoming game.
There will also be fireworks Saturday night, Stollings said.
The Seventh Day Adventist church will hold a food pantry collection during the festival. Any canned or non-perishable item will be collected at the Apple Butter Festival.
There will be an admission charge for the helicopter rides and the pro wrestling.
There will also be a block party hosted by D.J. Bill France.
The Apple Butter Festival, which has been around for more than 20 years, is sponsored by the Town of Chapmanville.
Anyone interested in participating or who needs more information can call Sally Stollings at 304-855-8478.