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Saturday,

October 21

Ongoing

Mountaineer Week Photo Contest – Mountainlair, 1st Floor

Students submit photos to be judged.

Ongoing

Bowling Pin Contest Display – Mountainlair Games Area

See the mountaineer spirited and Appalachian themed bowling pins on display.

Ongoing

Half Ton of Fun Pumpkin Display – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by and see the giant pumpkin grown by WVU horticulture.

7:00a.m.

Wild West Kettle Corn and Pork Rinds – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by all day, outside, in front of the Mountainlair for a treat.

7:00a.m. – 7:00p.m.

“Cloth is Scarce, Handle with Care”: The History of Depression-Era Feedsacks Exhibit – Second Floor, Evansdale Library

Presented by Anna Schein, Associate Curator, West Virginia Regional History Center.

10 a.m. –  3:00p.m.

West Virginia Quilt Documentation Project – Mountainlair, Cathedral Room

Presented by West Virginia Quilters, Inc.; West Virginia Division of Culture and History; and West Virginia Department of Education and the Arts.

The goal of this project is to gather information on pre-1970 quilts that were made or reside in West Virginia. Mountaineer Week will provide a convenient opportunity to bring quilts for documentation. Make an appointment (Friday or Saturday, October 20-21) and a team of volunteers will measure, photograph, date and ID the pattern. Bring information and pictures of the quilt maker, but “maker unknown” quilts are also welcomed. Data gathered will be stored in the WV Culture Center Archives and will be uploaded to the online data base “The Quilt Index”, www.quiltindex.org . Information about quilt ownership will remain confidential.

Contact Jane Larke at 304-370-3239, or go to www.wvquilters.org to make an appointment or to volunteer your help.

10 a.m.  

Mullins Apple Butter Stirring – Mountainlair, Outside

Watch the Apple Butter being made and take some home for you enjoyment.

11 a.m. –  4 p.m.

Corn Roast – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by and grab and ear or two.

11 a.m.  – 4 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Train Display – Mountainlair, Shenandoah Room

Scale model railroad

11 a.m.  – 4 p.m.

Larry’s Cards – Mountainlair, in front of Hatfield’s

Handmade cards available for purchase

11 a.m.  – 4 p.m.

Empty Bowls – Mountainlair, 2nd Floor Hallway

A worldwide project providing support for organizations that combat hunger. A variety of locally made soup available.

11:30 a.m.  

Opening Ceremonies – Mountainlair, Ballrooms and Hallway

Featuring a keynote speaker TBD.

11 a.m.  – 4 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Train Display – Mountainlair, Shenandoah Room

Different train sets are displayed for your enjoyment.

12 p.m.  – 8 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Country Store – Mountainlair, Potomac Room

Hard candy, pepperoni rolls and much more available for purchase.

12 p.m.  – 4 p.m.

Hammered Dulcimer – Mountainlair, Second Floor

Music for your enjoyment.

12 p.m.  – 8 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Craft Fair – Mountainlair, Ball Rooms

Featuring fine-quality Appalachian handcrafted objects.

12 p.m.  – 8 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Quilt Show – Mountainlair, Cathedral Room

Adorning the Mountaineer Room of the Mountainlair will be colorful handmade quilts loved by generations, along with quilters showcasing their talents. Contact Linda Frederick, Frederick.linda@gmail.com for more information.

12 p.m.  

Belly of the Beast – Mountainlair, Outside

Giant pumpkins on display and ready for harvest.

1 p.m.  – 4 p.m.

Manpower, Minepower Exhibit – Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Museum

Presented by the Statler College of Engineering. Explore the evolution and impact of coal mining machines in West Virginia.

5 p.m.  – 7 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Country Vittles Dinner Buffet – Mountainlair, Hatfield’s

Featuring a traditional and delicious Appalachian meal and music by Andrew Adkins. Adults $13.50, WVU Students $10 and children under 12 are only $8:00

5 p.m.  – 8 p.m.

Hammered Dulcimer – Mountainlair, 2nd Floor

Music for your enjoyment.

9 p.m.  – 1 a.m.

WVUp All Night, It’s Mountaineer Week! – Mountainlair

Featuring music by the Hillbilly Gypsies band and the High Ridge Rambler’s, two food buffets and many more fun activities are planned.

 Saturday, October 21

 

 

Ongoing

Mountaineer Week Photo Contest – Mountainlair, 1st Floor

Students submit photos to be judged.

Ongoing

Bowling Pin Contest Display – Mountainlair Games Area

See the mountaineer spirited and Appalachian themed bowling pins on display.

Ongoing

Half Ton of Fun Pumpkin Display – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by and see the giant pumpkin grown by WVU horticulture.

7:00a.m.

Wild West Kettle Corn and Pork Rinds – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by all day, outside, in front of the Mountainlair for a treat.

10 a.m.  – 2 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Inaugural Giant Pumpkin Regatta – Hazel Ruby McQuain Park

Presented by the WVU Horticulture Club and the WVU Men’s Rowing Club. Two giant pumpkins named Petunia and Penelope will be carved and then raced down the river.

10 a.m. –  3:00p.m.

West Virginia Quilt Documentation Project – Mountainlair, Cathedral Room

Presented by West Virginia Quilters, Inc.; West Virginia Division of Culture and History; and West Virginia Department of Education and the Arts.

The goal of this project is to gather information on pre-1970 quilts that were made or reside in West Virginia. Mountaineer Week will provide a convenient opportunity to bring quilts for documentation. Make an appointment (Friday or Saturday, October 20-21) and a team of volunteers will measure, photograph, date and ID the pattern. Bring information and pictures of the quilt maker, but “maker unknown” quilts are also welcomed. Data gathered will be stored in the WV Culture Center Archives and will be uploaded to the online data base “The Quilt Index”, www.quiltindex.org . Information about quilt ownership will remain confidential.

Contact Jane Larke at 304-370-3239, or go to www.wvquilters.org to make an appointment or to volunteer your help.

10 a.m.  – 7 p.m.

“Cloth is Scarce, Handle with Care”: The History of Depression-Era Feedsacks Exhibit – Evansdale Library, 2nd Floor

Presented by Anna Schein, Associate Curator, West Virginia and Regional History Center.

10 a.m.  

Mullins Apple Butter Stirring – Mountainlair, Outside

Watch the Apple Butter being made and take some home for you enjoyment.

11 a.m. –  4 p.m.

Corn Roast – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by and grab and ear or two.

11 a.m. –  9 p.m.

Civil War Encampment – Mountainlair, Plaza

Presented by WVU Blue and Gray Club

11 a.m.  – 4 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Train Display – Mountainlair, Shenandoah Room

Different train sets are displayed for your enjoyment.

11 a.m.  – 8 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Craft Fair – Mountainlair, Ball Rooms

Featuring fine-quality Appalachian handcrafted objects.

11 a.m.  – 4 p.m.

Larry’s Cards – Mountainlair, in front of Hatfield’s

Handmade cards available for purchase

11 a.m.  – 4 p.m.

Hammered Dulcimer – Mountainlair, Second Floor

Music for your enjoyment.

11 a.m.  – 8 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Country Store – Mountainlair, Potomac Room

Hard candy, pepperoni rolls and much more available for purchase.

12 p.m.  – 5 p.m.

Empty Bowls – Mountainlair, 2nd Floor Hallway

A worldwide project providing support for organizations that combat hunger. A variety of locally made soup available.

12 p.m.  – 8 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Quilt Show – Mountainlair, Cathedral Room

Adorning the Mountaineer Room of the Mountainlair will be colorful handmade quilts loved by generations, along with quilters showcasing their talents. Contact Linda Frederick, Frederick.linda@gmail.com for more information.

12 p.m.  – 3:30 p.m.

Family Fun Day – Mountainlair, 1st Floor and Outside

Presented by Mylan Pharmaceuticals

1 p.m.  – 4 p.m.

Manpower, Minepower Exhibit – Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Museum

Presented by the Statler College of Engineering. Explore the evolution and impact of coal mining machines in West Virginia.

1 p.m.  

The Feedsack Story: The Resourceful Homemaker Making Something Out of Nothing with Recycled Cotton Bags – Mountainlair, Greenbrier Room

Presented by Dr. Beth Newcome, Senior Professor of Applied Design and Curator, West Virginia Cotton Commodity Bag Collection, Pierpont Community and Technical College

Collectively known as “feedsacks”, cotton bags used to package a variety of products such as grain and flower played a vital role as an essential fabric source for both rural and city families from the 1920s through 1960. This presentation includes an illustrated revue of the history of the cotton textile bag using examples from the West Virginia Cotton  Commodity Bag Collection and the WV Gabor Folklife Center at Fairmont State University, a collection of over 1000 artifacts of various textile bags from the original unopened chain-stitched bag to a variety of handmade clothing and household items.

2 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Inaugural Giant Pumpkin Regatta – Hazel Ruby McQuain Park

Presented by the WVU Horticulture Club and the WVU Men’s Rowing Club. Two giant pumpkins named Petunia and Penelope will be carved and then raced down the river.

2 p.m.

Tellabration! in the Vandalia Lounge– Mountainlair, First Floor

Storytelling featuring members of the West Virginia storytelling guild featuring tales of the Women in Appalachia.

4 p.m.  – 8 p.m.

Hammered Dulcimer – Mountainlair, Second Floor

Music for your enjoyment.

7:30 p.m.

Elmer Rich Memorial Appalachian Old-Time Fiddle Contest – Mountainlair, Gluck Theatre

Music for your enjoyment.

9 p.m.  – 1 a.m.

WVUp All Night, It’s Mountaineer Week! – Mountainlair

Featuring an Old Fashioned Square Dance with music by the Friends of Old Time Music, Music from the High Ridge Ramblers two food buffets and many more fun activities are planned.

Sunday,

October 22

Ongoing

Mountaineer Week Photo Contest – Mountainlair, 1st Floor

Students submit photos to be judged.

Ongoing

Bowling Pin Contest Display – Mountainlair Games Area

See the mountaineer spirited and Appalachian themed bowling pins on display.

Ongoing

Half Ton of Fun Pumpkin Display – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by and see the giant pumpkin grown by WVU horticulture.

10 a.m.  

Mullins Apple Butter Stirring – Mountainlair, Outside

Watch the Apple Butter being made and take some home for you enjoyment.

10 a.m.  – 12 a.m.

“Cloth is Scarce, Handle with Care”: The History of Depression-Era Feedsacks Exhibit – Evansdale Library, 2nd Floor

Presented by Anna Schein, Associate Curator, West Virginia and Regional History Center.

11 a.m. –  4 p.m.

Corn Roast – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by and grab and ear or two.

11 a.m.  – 4 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Train Display – Mountainlair, Shenandoah Room

Scale model railroad

11 a.m.  – 4 p.m.

Larry’s Cards – Mountainlair, in front of Hatfield’s

Handmade cards available for purchase

11 a.m.  – 4 p.m.

Empty Bowls – Mountainlair, 2nd Floor Hallway

A worldwide project providing support for organizations that combat hunger. A variety of locally made soup available.

11 a.m.  – 4 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Craft Fair – Mountainlair, Ball Rooms

Featuring fine-quality Appalachian handcrafted objects.

11 a.m.  – 4 p.m.

The West Virginia Pepperoni Roll Book – Mountainlair, 1st Floor

Candace Nelson will be here selling and autographing her book “The West Virginia Pepperoni Roll”.

11 a.m.  – 4 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Craft Fair – Mountainlair, Ball Rooms

Featuring fine-quality Appalachian handcrafted objects.

11 a.m.  – 4 p.m.

“The West Virginia Pepperoni Roll” Giveaway – Mountainlair, Second Floor

West Virginia University Press will be on hand with information on the book as well as giving three away.

11 a.m.  – 8 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Country Store – Mountainlair, Potomac Room

Hard candy, pepperoni rolls and much more available for purchase.

12 p.m.  – 8 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Quilt Show – Mountainlair, Cathedral Room

Adorning the Mountaineer Room of the Mountainlair will be colorful handmade quilts loved by generations, along with quilters showcasing their talents. Contact Linda Frederick, Frederick.linda@gmail.com for more information.

12 p.m.  – 3 p.m.

WVU Photography Club – Mountainlair, 1st Floor

Featuring Appalachian themed photographs by WVU students.

12 p.m.  – 2 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Pepperoni Roll Contest– Mountainlair, 1st Floor

Local restaurants compete.

12 p.m.  – 3 p.m.

Hammered Dulcimer – Mountainlair, Second Floor

Music for your enjoyment.

1 p.m.  – 4 p.m.

Manpower, Minepower Exhibit – Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Museum

Presented by the Statler College of Engineering. Explore the evolution and impact of coal mining machines in West Virginia.

2 p.m.

Black Powder Shoot-out– Mountainlair, Game room

Presentenced by the WVU Billiards Club

Monday,

October 23

Ongoing

Mountaineer Week Photo Contest – Mountainlair, 1st Floor

Students submit photos to be judged.

Ongoing

Bowling Pin Contest Display – Mountainlair Games Area

See the mountaineer spirited and Appalachian themed bowling pins on display.

Ongoing

Half Ton of Fun Pumpkin Display – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by and see the giant pumpkin grown by WVU horticulture.

Ongoing

Wild West Kettle Corn and Pork Rinds – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by all day, outside, in front of the Mountainlair for a treat.

7 a.m.  – 7 p.m.

“Cloth is Scarce, Handle with Care”: The History of Depression-Era Feedsacks Exhibit – Evansdale Library, 2nd Floor

Presented by Anna Schein, Associate Curator, West Virginia and Regional History Center.

11 a.m.  – 8 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Country Store – Mountainlair, Potomac Room

Hard candy, pepperoni rolls and much more available for purchase.

4 p.m.

PRT Cram – Mountainlair, Outside

A traditional fun-filled competition for our students.

5 p.m.  – 11 p.m.

Bob Huggins 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament – WVU Rec Center

Hoops tourney to benefit the Norma Mae Huggins’ Charity.

7:30 p.m.  – 9 p.m.

Walking Ghost Tour – Mountainlair, First Floor

Walking tour of the haunted buildings on campus.

Tuesday,

October 24

Ongoing

Mountaineer Week Photo Contest – Mountainlair, 1st Floor

Students submit photos to be judged.

Ongoing

Bowling Pin Contest Display – Mountainlair Games Area

See the mountaineer spirited and Appalachian themed bowling pins on display.

Ongoing

Half Ton of Fun Pumpkin Display – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by and see the giant pumpkin grown by WVU horticulture.

Ongoing

Wild West Kettle Corn and Pork Rinds – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by all day, outside, in front of the Mountainlair for a treat.

7 a.m.  – 7 p.m.

“Cloth is Scarce, Handle with Care”: The History of Depression-Era Feedsacks Exhibit – Evansdale Library, 2nd Floor

Presented by Anna Schein, Associate Curator, West Virginia and Regional History Center.

10 a.m.  – 4 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Safe Community – Mountainlair, 1st Floor

Educational booths set up from WELLWVU, WVU Division of Diversity, WVU School of Medicine, WVU School of Pharmacy and many more.

 

10 a.m.  – 2 p.m.

National Food Day – Mountainlair, Outside

Presented by the WVU Student Events Board. Celebrate this national holiday by helping us “Fill The Rack” .

11 a.m.  – 1 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Country Store – Mountainlair, Potomac Room

Hard candy, pepperoni rolls and much more available for purchase.

TBD

Campus Flu Vaccine Clinic – Mountainlair, Potomac Room

Faculty, staff and students are welcome, no appointment necessary.

1 p.m.  – 7 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Blood Drive – Mountainlair, Ballrooms

Presented by the WVU Red Cross Club

1 p.m.  – 4 p.m.

Manpower, Minepower Exhibit – Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Museum

Presented by the Statler College of Engineering. Explore the evolution and impact of coal mining machines in West Virginia.

2 p.m.  – 4 p.m.

“Flowing Outward and Beyond: West Virginia University” Exhibit Tour – Wise Library, Downtown

Presented by West Virginia and Regional History Center, WVU Libraries. Join the director and staff of the West Virginia and Regional History Center for a guided tour of the exhibit “Flowing Outward and Beyond”, celebrating WVU’s sesquicentennial. Highlights include the deed to WVU; the original diploma of WVU’s first graduate, Marmaduke Dent; basketball icon Jerry West’s Mountaineer jersey; pioneer woman Natalie Tennent’s buckskin jacket and much more. A complimentary copy of the WVU sesquicentennial celebration poster will be presented to each participant. Contact John Cuthbert, john.cuthbert@mail.wvu.edu for more information.

2 p.m.  – 3 p.m.

WVU Downtown Campus Historical Walking Tour – Woodburn Circle

Presented by Cristelle Venham. Stop by and enjoy the free tour.

5 p.m.  – 11 p.m.

Bob Huggins 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament – WVU Rec Center

Hoops tourney to benefit the Norma Mae Huggins’ Charity.

Wednesday,

October 25

Ongoing

Mountaineer Week Photo Contest – Mountainlair, 1st Floor

Students submit photos to be judged.

Ongoing

Bowling Pin Contest Display – Mountainlair Games Area

See the mountaineer spirited and Appalachian themed bowling pins on display.

Ongoing

Half Ton of Fun Pumpkin Display – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by and see the giant pumpkin grown by WVU horticulture.

Ongoing

Wild West Kettle Corn and Pork Rinds – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by all day, outside, in front of the Mountainlair for a treat.

7 a.m.  – 7 p.m.

“Cloth is Scarce, Handle with Care”: The History of Depression-Era Feedsacks Exhibit – Evansdale Library, 2nd Floor

Presented by Anna Schein, Associate Curator, West Virginia and Regional History Center.

11 a.m.  – 1 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Country Store – Mountainlair, Potomac Room

Hard candy, pepperoni rolls and much more available for purchase.

12 p.m.

Beard Growing Finals – Mountainlair, Grand Staircase

Hosted By WVU’s Mountaineer Mascot Troy Clemons, stop by and see who grew the best beard.

1 p.m.  – 4 p.m.

Manpower, Minepower Exhibit – Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Museum

Presented by the Statler College of Engineering. Explore the evolution and impact of coal mining machines in West Virginia.

2 p.m.  – 6 p.m.

Obstacle Course and Push-Up Contest – Mountainlair, Plaza

Presented by the WVU ROTC and the Army National Guard. The Army National Guard will provide their blow-up obstacle course and the ROTC will feature a push-up contest.

 

2 p.m.  – 3 p.m.

WVU Downtown Campus Historical Walking Tour – Woodburn Circle

Presented by Cristelle Venham. Stop by and enjoy the free tour.

5 p.m.  – 11 p.m.

Bob Huggins 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament – WVU Rec Center

Hoops tourney to benefit the Norma Mae Huggins’ Charity.

Thursday,

October 26

All Day

Cake Cutting for the Day of the Deployed – Mountainlair

Cake in honor of the brave men and woman who have been deployed, are sacrificing or have sacrificed their lives.

All Day

National Pumpkin Day – Starbucks, WVU Downtown Barnes and Noble

Presented by WVU Barnes and Noble Downtown Starbucks. Starbucks will feature something special for you to enjoy.

All Day

National Pumpkin Day – Mountainlair, Hatfield’s

Presented by Hatfield’s, stop by for some pumpkin pie.

Ongoing

Mountaineer Week Photo Contest – Mountainlair, 1st Floor

Students submit photos to be judged.

Ongoing

Bowling Pin Contest Display – Mountainlair Games Area

See the mountaineer spirited and Appalachian themed bowling pins on display.

Ongoing

Half Ton of Fun Pumpkin Display – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by and see the giant pumpkin grown by WVU horticulture.

Ongoing

Wild West Kettle Corn and Pork Rinds – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by all day, outside, in front of the Mountainlair for a treat.

7 a.m.  – 7 p.m.

“Cloth is Scarce, Handle with Care”: The History of Depression-Era Feedsacks Exhibit – Evansdale Library, 2nd Floor

Presented by Anna Schein, Associate Curator, West Virginia and Regional History Center.

9 a.m.  – 5 p.m.

Evansdale Barnes and Noble Pumpkin Carving, Drinks and Pastries – Evansdale Barnes and Noble

Starbucks will feature 10% off pumpkin flavored drinks and pastries and will hold a pumpkin carving contest on the second floor.

11 a.m.  – 1 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Extended– Health Science Campus

Presented by WVU Medicine, we’re bringing all the fun of Mountaineer Week to the HSC campus. Featuring the PRT cram, live music and corn hole as well as kettle corn and apple butter.

 

5 p.m.  – 11 p.m.

Bob Huggins 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament – WVU Rec Center

Hoops tourney to benefit the Norma Mae Huggins’ Charity.

7:00 p.m.  – 9 p.m.

Walking Ghost Tour – Mountainlair, First Floor

Walking tour of the haunted buildings on campus.

Friday,

October 27

Ongoing

Mountaineer Week Photo Contest – Mountainlair, 1st Floor

Students submit photos to be judged.

Ongoing

Bowling Pin Contest Display – Mountainlair Games Area

See the mountaineer spirited and Appalachian themed bowling pins on display.

Ongoing

Half Ton of Fun Pumpkin Display – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by and see the giant pumpkin grown by WVU horticulture.

Ongoing

Wild West Kettle Corn and Pork Rinds – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by all day, outside, in front of the Mountainlair for a treat.

7 a.m.  – 7 p.m.

“Cloth is Scarce, Handle with Care”: The History of Depression-Era Feedsacks Exhibit – Evansdale Library, 2nd Floor

Presented by Anna Schein, Associate Curator, West Virginia and Regional History Center.

11 a.m.  – 1 p.m.

Mountaineer Week Country Store – Mountainlair, Potomac Room

Hard candy, pepperoni rolls and much more available for purchase.

1 p.m.  – 4 p.m.

Manpower, Minepower Exhibit – Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Museum

Presented by the Statler College of Engineering. Explore the evolution and impact of coal mining machines in West Virginia.

9 p.m. – 1 a.m.

WVUp All Night, Everything Appalachian – Mountainlair,

Folk dancing, corn husk doll making, food buffets and much more.

Saturday,

October 28

Ongoing

Mountaineer Week Photo Contest – Mountainlair, 1st Floor

Students submit photos to be judged.

Ongoing

Bowling Pin Contest Display – Mountainlair Games Area

See the mountaineer spirited and Appalachian themed bowling pins on display.

Ongoing

Half Ton of Fun Pumpkin Display – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by and see the giant pumpkin grown by WVU horticulture.

Ongoing

Wild West Kettle Corn and Pork Rinds – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by all day, outside, in front of the Mountainlair for a treat.

10 a.m.  – 7 p.m.

“Cloth is Scarce, Handle with Care”: The History of Depression-Era Feedsacks Exhibit – Evansdale Library, 2nd Floor

Presented by Anna Schein, Associate Curator, West Virginia and Regional History Center.

1 p.m.  – 4 p.m.

Manpower, Minepower Exhibit – Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Museum

Presented by the Statler College of Engineering. Explore the evolution and impact of coal mining machines in West Virginia.

9 p.m. – 1 a.m.

WVUp All Night, Everything Appalachian – Mountainlair,

Folk dancing, corn husk doll making, food buffets and much more.

Sunday,

October 29

Ongoing

Mountaineer Week Photo Contest – Mountainlair, 1st Floor

Students submit photos to be judged.

Ongoing

Bowling Pin Contest Display – Mountainlair Games Area

See the mountaineer spirited and Appalachian themed bowling pins on display.

Ongoing

Half Ton of Fun Pumpkin Display – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by and see the giant pumpkin grown by WVU horticulture.

Ongoing

Wild West Kettle Corn and Pork Rinds – Mountainlair, Outside

Stop by all day, outside, in front of the Mountainlair for a treat.

10 a.m.  – Midnight

“Cloth is Scarce, Handle with Care”: The History of Depression-Era Feedsacks Exhibit – Evansdale Library, 2nd Floor

Presented by Anna Schein, Associate Curator, West Virginia and Regional History Center.

1 p.m.  – 4 p.m.

Manpower, Minepower Exhibit – Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Museum

Presented by the Statler College of Engineering. Explore the evolution and impact of coal mining machines in West Virginia.

3 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Mountaineer Idol Finale – Mountainlair, Ballrooms

Presented by Coca-Cola, Daniel’s Men’s Clothing & Mon Hill Records, winner has the option of recording an EP in New York!