It may feel strange wearing short-sleeve shirts in March, but summertime weather is just around the corner. With summertime weather comes a break from school for the kids, vacations and, of course, summer camps. This year, start your search early for the perfect summer camp! From art to cooking to kayaking, make your Chatham County summer camp experience a new tradition! Continue reading →
With St. Patrick’s Day just a few short weeks away, many of you may still be in search of that perfect pub or brewery. Thanks to a little help from “the luck of the Irish,” Carolina Brewery of Chapel Hill and Pittsboro hopes that you will be spending St. Patty’s Day weekend with them!
In welcoming February, the month of romance, to 2017, Valentine’s Day is recognized as a monumental holiday for many Americans. While in Victorian times it was considered bad luck to sign a Valentine’s Day card, make this Valentine’s Day one to remember for the ones that you love by sending them a personalized gift.
From different vendors across Chatham County, put together the perfect Valentine’s Day package for the one you love. You can never go wrong with flowers and sweets!
Whether you are an out of town guest or you have lived in Pittsboro, North Carolina your entire life, experience this Chatham County town like never before with these guided tips. Start your new year with a new perspective on your favorite local spots or take the opportunity to visit your next favorite local spot.
Fill you next day trip within Pittsboro, North Carolina with eclectic décor, food or a good read. Take the next step now!
From the coast to the mountains, there is no better place to spend New Year’s Eve than the state of North Carolina. With some of the most magical New Year’s Eve celebrations to a New Year’s Day packed full of exciting events, bring your loved ones along for the ride as we take a trip through some of our state’s best traditions. Say goodbye to 2016 and ring in 2017 by visiting a new city, trying a new food or watching the best fireworks display!
Explorers of the 15th century often sought out peppercorn, known as a highly revered and desired spice of the Far East. Many European sailing expeditions lead to the spice, which was the perfect addition to any sweet or savory dish. As we sail into the future, Peppercorn is a brand new restaurant opening in historic downtown Siler City!
The holidays are upon us- a time for loved ones, for celebration, for shopping and for remembering everything that we are thankful for. With guests in town and the children out of school, make your holiday season one to remember by celebrating it right here at home, in Chatham County. Like the carol says, “There’s no place like home for the holidays.”
The month of November is National Family Stories Month, making the next four weeks a great opportunity to connect back to you and your family’s roots. Although your family’s cultural background may extend across the globe, Chatham County will be offering activities throughout the month to celebrate these backgrounds and heritages right here at home.
No matter your cultural background, challenge yourself to take a step outside of your comfort zone by embracing new experiences and cultures!
This Halloween, turn your home into the most “spooktastic” house on the block. With these creative decorating tips, make your stoop the talk of the trick-or-treaters. From pumpkin art masterpieces, to cobwebs, to ghosts and more, get the entire family involved in a holiday decorating session or even a decorating contest!
Get started creating your home’s very own “Halloweentown” with your family’s personal touch included! Share your creations and ideas with us!
It’s October, which means it’s the perfect time of year to explore North Carolina’s top real estate locations. The Triangle Parade of Homes is renowned as North Carolina’s largest open house and features an array of beautiful, new homes in Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties. Take this FREE opportunity to visit any or all of the 250 homes on the tour.