2014 AUGUSTA CATALOG now available online! Click below.



Augusta Catalog



Welcome to

dewv.edu A Center of Excellence, Augusta Heritage Center of Davis & Elkins College offers ten week-long programs featuring instruction in many traditions of music, dance, craft, and folklore. Concerts, dances, a festival, and other heritage arts events are also part of Augusta experience on the lovely campus of Davis & Elkins College located in scenic Elkins, West Virginia.



Connect with us

Upcoming Events

Summer 2014 General Information Letter

Let us give you an idea of what to expect and what to bring with you, plus a campus map with Augusta parking areas and a lot of other really useful information.

General Information Letter

2014 Dates

Bluegrass Week (July 27-August 1)
Old-Time Week (August 3-10, incl. Festival)
Vocal Week (August 3-10, incl. Festival)
AV Dance Week (August 3-10, incl. Festival)
AUGUSTA FESTIVAL (August 8-10)
October Old-Time Week (October 26-November 2, incl. Reunion)
FIDDLERS' REUNION (Oct. 31-Nov. 2)

Participant Survey

Your feedback is important to us! Please fill out this survey to help us improve your experience at Augusta. Click here to go to the survey.

Mountain Dance Trail dance in Sutton, WV

The Mountain Dance Trail

MDT-Brochure-2014Click the brochure (left), call 304.637.1209, or visit  www.mountaindancetrail.org for the full dance schedule.

The Mountain Dance Trail is a heritage tourism initiative of Augusta Heritage Center of Davis & Elkins College which honors, embraces and promotes local community square dances throughout West Virginia. The 2014 seasons feature dances in various locations each and every month.

 

Visit Davis & Elkins College

Appalachian Studies at D&E

The Appalachian Studies program seeks to promote awareness about the cultural and environmental heritage of the Appalachian region within the context of the modern world. This interdisciplinary program represents the commitment of Davis & Elkins College to the region that is its home.  Students in the program will be provided with historical context and sufficient background to address contemporary issues related to living and working in Appalachia.

 

12-STO-6905-Mountain-Music-Trail-Brand-Mark-VF-Color-URL-150px

 

 

Mountain Music Trail

The Mountain Music Trail takes visitors on an exploration of the roots of the state’s strong music tradition, influenced by West Virginia’s Scottish and Irish ancestors and the Allegheny Mountains. The regional trail goes through five counties (Monroe, Greenbrier, Pocahontas, Randolph and Tucker) via U.S. Route 219, and there are festivals and workshops throughout the year. Visit MountainMusicTrail.com for a calendar of events, venues, musicians, and more.