New Year’s Eve / New Year’s Day: Ring in the New Year in Greater Morgantown and all of Mountaineer Country! There’s plenty of activities for kids and teens, a nightlife scene for adults, and a variety of dining options.
Martin Luther King Day: Head to Main Street Morgantown, Kingwood, and Grafton for the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration. Bring the kids out for music, games, snacks and educational fun!
Groundhog Day: Are you ready for spring or do you want more winter? Make sure to watch and see if Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow or not.
Valentine’s Day: Treat your special someone with flowers from a local florist, a gift card to a spa, tickets to a show at the Metropolitan Theatre or the Creative Arts Center, or wine and dine over a romantic dinner for two at Modern Homestead at Tathams.
St. Patrick’s Day: Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day like the Irish and have a beer at a local bar or restaurant around town.
Easter: From the Easter Bunny and Easter egg hunts for the kids to brunch menus and activities around town, Greater Morgantown has Easter fun for the whole family.
Mother’s Day: Shop at University Town Center and Suncrest Towne Centre for that perfect Mother’s Day gift, and make a reservation for brunch with mom.
Memorial Day: Join locals for the Memorial Day parade and spend the long week kicking off summer. With activities around town such as cookouts, a 5K, movies on the lawn, and outdoor adventures–hiking, kayaking, biking and more!
Father’s Day: Nothing says Happy Father’s Day better than a day spent bonding over an activity dad loves! Whether it’s grabbing something to eat or drink, relaxing, trying out a new outdoor adventure, or heading to a baseball game, Greater Morgantown has a variety of gifts and fun activities!
West Virginia Day (June 20): June 20, 1863 marks the date that West Virginia was recognized as the official 35th state in the United States of America. With 55 counties, four seasons, scenic landscapes, wildlife, outdoor adventures, Appalachian history, it’s no wonder they WV “Almost Heaven”
July 4th – Independence Day: Plan a cookout, relax on the water, run in a race or listen to live music…whatever you do, make sure to end the night in Greater Morgantown watching fireworks!
Labor Day: The holiday that says goodbye to summer and hello to fall! Enjoy the long weekend with a WV Black Bears game, the annual Rowlesburg Weekend Celebration and Ox Roast, or start planning your WVU Football tailgating fun! Fall in love with Greater Morgantown!
Halloween: Where to trick or treat around town and where to join in on the spooky fun? We’ve got you covered! Deck out in your best costume (you too, parents!) and hit up a ghost tour or a local party!
Veterans Day: Thank a local veteran for their service and head down to Downtown Morgantown for the Veteran’s Day parade. Check out the local activities to support veterans who have served and are serving our country and the dining specials around town.
Thanksgiving Day: From a Turkey Tot to Thanksgiving feasts and more, Greater Morgantown has something the entire family can enjoy! Make sure to check out Small Business Saturday around town and stock up on some gifts!
Christmas Eve/ Christmas Day: Now that all of your shopping is done, make sure the kiddos (and your pets) get to meet Santa! There are also plays and events around the holiday season to get you in the jolly mood. Plus, you don’t want to miss the parade!