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One of the oldest festivals in the state

The Putnam County Homecoming is an annual event held in Putnam County West Virginia. It has been a county festival since 1929 making it one of the oldest celebrated here in the county.  The homecoming main festivals are always held on the second Sunday of September. It is believed that it only rains every 75 years on this date; anyway that is what we have been told. Whoever came up with that piece of information must have had some inside track on the weather.  The event is special because of the down home family atmosphere, it is a place families reunite with old friends and neighbors visit with neighbors and meet new friends. It is an event that shut down the main road and we watch our children, neighbors and friends march in the Grand Parade.

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Miss Putnam County 2016 is Taylor Walroth

Taylor is fom Hurricane High School and is the daughter of Tim and Lori Walroth. She is not only beautiful she holds a 4.16 GPA. She is also an All-State Soccer player.

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Great Food and Entertainment

We select only the best food vendors from the area. The entertainment is always top notch as we always present some of the best talent here in Putnam County.

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Putnam County Homecoming

We love to here from our many visitors and neigbors, so feel free to visit and say hi at this years Homecoming.

Putnam County Homecoming

Main St, Winfield, West Virginia 25213, United States

304-586-2122 or 304-389-9724

Hours


Saturday 9:00am to 10:00pm

Sunday: 9:00am to 5:00pm