Hundreds of people attended the annual festival.
The festival featured music, food and fun for many residents along with the chance to purchase fresh-made apple butter and enjoy many activities around the town of Chapmanville.
Along with the festival, the long awaited Tracy Vickers Community Center was dedicated Saturday afternoon. The center, located in the old Chapmanville High School building, has been in the works since the death of town merchant Tracy Vickers and the closure of the old Chapmanville High School building.
Vickers left the town close to $1 million for the specific purpose of providing a community center.
Guest speakers at the event included Chapmanville Mayor Jerry Price Jr., Robbie Queen, who read a letter from W.Va. Congressman Nick Rahall, and W.Va. State Senator and Lt. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin.