One of my favorite spring festivals is ClydeFEST in Bynum. This year, it’s scheduled for Saturday, April 6.
The Fearrington Folk Art Show is back and Pittsboro is all abuzz with excitement. This is one of the most popular events of the year in our community, so come on out and join in on the fun!
There’s a buzz in the air in Pittsboro, NC and it has nothing to do with reindeer’s or candy canes. Nope. There’s a new villain in town and his name is Vandroid.
It will be around 105 degrees every day this weekend. But that doesn’t mean you have to hang around the house! Just in time for the first heat wave of the summer, here’s The Complete Guide to Movie Theaters Around Chatham County.
Living in Chatham County is always lively. There seems to be a festival, outdoor music, a workshop, seminar or wine tasting every weekend all Spring and Summer long. This weekend, my pick is ClydeFEST.
On the western side of Chatham County is one of the most extensive small-town arts districts in the state. It’s centered around the NC Arts Incubator (NCAI) in Siler City, just a 20 minute ride from my home in Pittsboro.
Deep in the woods, down a small country road, behind an old country store, is one of North Carolina’s most authentic musical experience – Bynum Front Porch Friday Night Music Series. This summer’s shows feature blues, bluegrass, country, griot, celtic and old time hootenanny.
The Haw River Festival is celebrating its 22nd year of exceptional local music, environmental education activities, local art, and unique children’s activities. This event, this year on May 7, is one of the Triangle’s premiere outdoor spring environmental festivals. Best of all: it’s free.
Chatham County has already established itself as a leading Triangle arts destination with its many artists, musicians, and new gallery openings. But the Chatham County Economic Development Commission plans to put Chatham squarely on the map as a cultural arts leader with the upcoming Creative Economy Summit and weekend full of festivities planned.