Did you know that North Carolina is becoming a craft brewing powerhouse? It’s true. And April is NC Beer Month, with celebratins across the state including (of course) Chatham County.
The weather has kept most of us housebound for the last few days so it’s time to get out and do some networking. Here are some of the business events that are happening in Chatham County during the month of February.
The holidays are fast approaching and that means it is time to get out of the house and show your holiday spirit. There’s cookies with Santa, Parent’s Night Out (get a little shopping done) and you can even still get a float in the Christmas Parade.
The Rocky River would have to be considered a hidden gem in Chatham County. But on Saturday Nov 3, 2012 you’ll have a unique chance to walk a piece of the Rocky that might soon become an actual nature trail. Cost is free.
Fall is in the air across Chatham County, NC and it’s that time of year when corn mazes appear and pumpkin carving contests begin. Get out of the house and enjoy one (or all) of these Chatham County Halloween events.
Whether the Dad in your life likes to thrill or chill, here is a list of things to do in and around Chatham County this Father’s Day weekend.
Last month, I wrote about the Chatham County’s Bed & Breakfast Trail. This month’s trail guide is every bit as interesting. I am referring to the Heart of North Carolina Wine Trail.
Chatham County, NC -Farmer’s markets across the county will be opening soon. Here’s a run-down of major markets where you can go to go to buy fresh fruit and vegetables in Chatham County.
I can never resist the call of the trail. I love to hike and bike and go trail riding whenever I have time. But recently, I found out that you can experience a whole different type of trail in Chatham County. On this trail, you’ll experience some home cooked meals and have a cozy room to sleep.
The holiday spirit is everywhere in Pittsboro and there is so much to do. Here are a few things you may need to write down so you don’t miss them.