Posted by jeanne.goodman on
May 15, 2016
Support Arthurdale Heritage by purchasing an ad in the 2016 New Deal Festival booklet! This book is a treasured keepsake and has always been half family ads and half business ads.
This year our ad prices have gone down and our book size is now 8.5″ x 11″ so it will cost less & you will have more space for your ad. The booklet is distributed at our New Deal Festival to attendees (if you can’t attend we will mail you a copy).
This year we are also including Arthurdale memories and stories from homesteaders and descendants in the booklet.
Ad deadline has been extended to JUNE 15TH, 2016!
Family & Personal Ad Pricing – Family & Personal Ad Form
Booster ads – $25 (2″ by 3.75″)
Quarter page – $50 (5″ x 3.75″ vertical OR 2.5″ x 7.5″ horizontal)
Half page – $85 (5″ x 7.5″)
FULL page – $150 (10″ x 7.5″)
We are happy to design your ad for you! To see samples, go here: NDF Personal Ads Sample.
Business Ad Pricing – Business Ad Form
Business card – $50 (2″ x 3.75″)
Quarter page – $75 (5″ x 3.75″ vertical OR 2.5″ x 7.5″ horizontal)
Half page – $125 (5″ x 7.5″)
FULL page – $235 (10″ x 7.5″)
We are happy to design your ad for you! The sizes are the same as the NDF Personal Ads.
You can print out the Family & Personal or Business form (in PDF form linked above) and mail a check to:
P.O. Box 850
Arthurdale, WV 26520
Call us at (304) 864-3959 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
If you don’t want an ad this year, but would still like to help make the Festival a success, you can mail your donation to the address above. Thank you in advance for your help.
We hope to see you July 9!
Posted by alisha.myers on
July 17, 2013
At Arthurdale, history is fun. Those who came to the New Deal Festival on July 13 enjoyed the toe-tapping music, food, and demonstrations of historic crafts. Weaving provided employment for numerous homesteader families in the 1930s and â€˜40s, and a new exhibit commemorates that connection to the past. Many enjoyed the horse-drawn wagon tour of the historic community. An eagle from the West Virginia Raptor Center made the children ooh and aah. The antique cars, trucks, and tractors on display did the same for their elders. Hope to see you at the next festival on July 12, 2014!
A HUGE THANKS to all of our wonderful volunteers who helped to make it a success. We cannot thank you enough, and we would not be able to host this event without you!
Check out event photos on our Facebook page.
Posted by alisha.myers on
June 23, 2011
Celebrate the remarkable history of the New Deal at Arthurdale Heritageâ€™s annual New Deal Festival Saturday July 9, 2011. This year the festival looks back on Arthurdale at the cusp of Americaâ€™s involvement in World War II in 1941.
This one day event has something for everyone – an antique car, truck, tractor, and motorcycle show, artisan demonstrations, craft market, museum tours, plus a quilt show and tours at the original Arthurdale Inn which is now Hospice Care Corporation.
A 1941 military recruiting station will be set up at Center Hall and an army tent and equipment will be on display on the lawn of the restored house E-15 near the car show. The nearby childrenâ€™s activity area will include a menagerie of farm animals, old-fashioned games like marbles, and a â€œmake your own classic toysâ€ area.
The New Deal Homestead Museum has a special new exhibit containing items from the Fratkin Collection. This amazing collection features political memorabilia from FDR and New Deal era and items from the Civilian Conservation Corps.
At Center Hallâ€™s front porch there will be 5 musical groups playing a variety of music including old time country, classic jazz, and bluegrass. Arrive hungry so you donâ€™t miss out on the delicious grilled chicken dinners, charbroiled hamburgers, hot dogs and fries. Top off your meal with ice cream or chose from the selection of homemade desserts!
Gates open at 9 am with a flag ceremony, musical performances begin at 10am, and gates close at 5 pm.
Purchase your tickets in advance and save! Online tickets are $5.00 per adult, $3.00 per child 6-11. At the gate, admission is $8.00/adult or $15 for 2 adults and $5.00 for children 6-11. Ages 5 and under are FREE. Parking is free. Order online at http://ndf.eventbrite.com/ to receive your discount.
For details, visit the website at http://newdealfestival.org, email email@example.com, or call 304-864-3959.
VOLUNTEER for FREE ADMISSION
Volunteers are always appreciated and welcome. New Deal Festival volunteers will receive free admission! If you would like to volunteer at the New Deal Festival, contact AHI at: firstname.lastname@example.org
AFTER the FESTIVAL
After the New Deal Festival enjoy the Preston Community Arts Center’s Old Time Radio Show Dinner Theater in Kingwood! The show stars Dave Wills as the radio announcer and features Shirley Temple, Fibber McGee and Molly, George Burns and Gracie Allen, Kate Smith, and more celebrities and songs from the 1940s. Show starts at 7:30 p.m.Â Two ticket options are dinner and show for $25 or dessert and show for $15. Dinner reservations must be made by July 2. Call 304.329.6336 to reserve your seat.