The West Virginia Italian Heritage Festival happens every year on Labor Day end of the week in Clarksburg, West Virginia. The celebration was begun in 1979 with each progressive year, the little Festival has developed, and now is appraised one of the "Best 100 Events in North America" including Canada and Mexico. The West Virginia Italian Heritage Festival started in 1979 as a festival of the rich convention of the Italian-American legacy of a vast level of the populace in north-focal West Virginia. In its first year the celebration saw incredible achievement and more than 80,000 guests.
The celebration happens in downtown Clarksburg, each Labor Day end of the week. The road obstructs in which the celebration occur are completely shut to activity for the end of the week. The air the celebration makes is loaded with pomp, excitement, music, and obviously a wide exhibit of sustenance and drink. From the opening services, when the imperial court of Regina Maria Regina signifying "Ruler" and Maria the name of the primary ruler of Italy, is delegated, to its decision with the conventional celebration ball the celebration is loaded up with extraordinary occasions including the yearly 5k run, WVIHF Golf Tournament, and the yearly pasta cook-off.