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West Virginia Autumn Festival

Festival 2006

Contact Page

Volunteers

What's New Page

WVAFF Convention 2006

2005 Pageant Photos

2005 Pageant Photos

2005 Festival Photos

2005 Festival Photos

2004 Pageant /Festival Photos

2006 PAGEANT INFO QUEEN, MS,MRS

Teen, Queens, Ms and Mrs Entry Form

2006-2007 JUNIOR ROYALTY INFO (some Queen, Ms, Mrs info too)

Contact

JUNIOR ROYALTY ENTRY FORM

THE CROWNS

Music Maestro

DIRECTIONS FOR FESTIVAL & CHILDRENS PAGEANT(teens too)

WV AUTUMN FESTIVAL SUNDAY OCTOBER 15

ON STAGE INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

DIRECTIONS TO QUEENS PAGEANT AND MORE

Photo Page

 
Welcome To The West Virginia Autumn Festival Home Page

Welcome to the West Virginia Autumn Festival website.  The festival was founded in 1995 by Suzanne Wine and Sue Loyd.  With the help of their husbands, Mark Wine and Fred Loyd, and the support of their children, Brittany Wine, Stephanie Wine, Fred Loyd II, Stacy Loyd, and Joshua Loyd, and members of their extended families, they have made their small festival a resounding success.  These pages have been created to help you take a peek into what we do and why we do it.

Recently, the Wine family has left the festival but will always remain an honorary part of our event. We will miss them and wish them the best. 

Site Updates
Why we have the Festival

.                      Sue and Suzanne came up with an idea to have a festival because their community was so small and had very little to offer the citizens in Burnsville, West Virginia.  Burnsville is located in Braxton County and has a population estimated at close to 500.  With the labor of their families and friends, like Darrell Brown, Kenny Graham, Steve Prince, Stanley Wine, Barbara Anson and several others, they were able to build a small stage with lighting on the field behind the local elementary school.  The Board of Education and (then) principal of the school, Mr. Charles M. McCoy, gave their permission for the event, simply requesting that the school be able to use the stage when needed.  We were thrilled to have a homesite for our event.

Sadly, that is no longer the case or opportunity because of Department of Educatiion insurance concerns and costs. We will always consider Burnsville our home even though our event may move from spot to spot as is deemed necessary for success and contnuance.

IMPORTANT NOTICES

 We reserve the right to refuse admission, revoke entry fees for events and/or pageants that have been prepaid, refuse spectator and/or participant admission free or otherwise to the pageant(s) and/or festival(s) to anyone and everyone based on prior, current and event day acts of unsportsmanslike conduct in the best interest of the majority of the attendees and/or contestants.

Thanks for your understanding in this matter and our attempt to create an enjoyable day for all.


Fairs and Festivals Convention 2006

The Convention was very informative this year.  The pageant workshop was great too.  We were very fortunate to have our queen available to represent the festival again this year.  We were so very proud of her.  Way to go Sheena Miller! You were awesome.

2004 Queen Janel and Teen Micah give their final walk

If you would like to have an application for this year's pageant please email us.


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