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July Newsletter, 2023

Updated: Apr 3

Friendly City Car Show and Hometown Market

On Saturday, July 15th, Main Street Fairmont will be hosting the Third Annual Friendly City Car Show in conjunction with the Hometown Market. The first 75 registered cars will receive a free t-shirt and dash plaque.

Enjoy a day downtown with our Third Annual Friendly City Car Show. Classic and antique cars will fill historic Monroe Street, held in conjunction with the Hometown Market where dozens of local artisans will line the street. Join us downtown from 10AM-3PM for music, food, and more!

Registration is $10 per car

Space For Rent

For office or retail space, 1,331 sq ft of storefront is now available for rent. This unit has a flexible layout that can be easily adapted to suit your specific needs.

Amenities include:

  • 949.7 sq ft of primary unit space

  • 381.1 sq ft of upstairs storage space

  • Spacious Bathroom

  • Small downstairs storage space

  • Street front access to the 200 block of Adams St, located directly across from the County Courthouse

This unit will be available for rent starting August 1, 2023.

If interested please contact Main Street Fairmont at 304-366-0468 or

United Way Day of Action

Wednesday, June 21st was the United Way Day of Action.

Walking past Veteran's Square you may have noticed a fresh coat of paint on the ground. Main Street Fairmont had their volunteers spruce up Adams Street by repainting the blue and gold concrete at Veteran's Square Plaza. Volunteers also went around and picked up trash around downtown.

We want to thank the Tygart Valley United Way and all the volunteers who got their hands dirty and helped us make the area look fresh!

United For Kids

United Way is looking for donations for school children across Marion, Webster, Barbour, and Tucker counties. They are in need of items such as clothing and personal hygiene items to distribute to children in need of them in the 50 schools in the area. If you are able to donate you can drop your items at the collection box at 221 Washington Street in Fairmont, or order directly off of their Amazon wish list, so it is delivered right to them!

More information about the project,, what to donate, and ways to donate can be found HERE

Business Spotlight: R Place - NOW OPEN!!!

Downtown Fairmont has a brand new restaurant! R Place has a vast menu with choices suited for any time of the day. Breakfast options like chicken and waffles, french toast, biscuits & gravy, and lunch and dinner options ranging from turkey burgers, hoagies, wings, pasta, and much more. R Place has something for everyone. Go check them out at 236 Adams Street and get something good to eat!

Hours of Operation Monday-Friday: 9AM - 5PM Saturday: 9AM - 4PM

Native American Appreciation Days

The Marion County Historic Society and Museum will host Native American Appreciation Days on July 14th and 15th from 10AM- 2PM! This is a free event where you can learn about the Lenape people through displays of songs, stories, furs, crafts and more! Make sure you stop by and check it out!

Palatine Park's Summer Concert Series

Palatine Park's FREE Summer Concert Series is in full swing! We encourage you to check out the below events brought to you by our friends at the Marion County Commission.Saturday, July 1: Palatine Presents: Independence Day Event w Fireworks Byron “SIX SIX” Cooper, Dj Unique, (openers) Weird Science (middle act), LiQuid A (headliner) Saturday, July 8: The Johnnie Johnson Festival withEveryday Everybody (opener), Ernie Johnson From Detroit (middle act), High and Mighty Brass Band (headliners) Saturday, July 15: Shakespeare In The Park Saturday, July 22: Palatine Legends Series: Satisfaction The International Rolling Stones Show (headliner) and Bullet The Blue Sky – U2 Tribute Band (opener) Saturday, July 29: Palatine Presents: Sounds Good Festival 2023 Aristotle Jones, Shelem, Habatat, Heavy Hitters, Annie Neeley Band

Mark your calendars!

Our full schedule of events is available! Jot down these dates and we will see you there!

  • July 15 - Hometown Market and Third Annual Car Show

  • August 19 - Hometown Market and Tomato Festival

  • September 16 - Hometown Market and End of Summer Bash

  • December 7-9 - The Hometown Holiday Celebration, featuring the Feast of the Seven Fishes

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