141 Blue Rock Trail

141 Blue Rock Trail

From the comfort of your new luxury home, enjoy all that Pittsboro has to offer as a resident of the Strowd Mountain subdivision. Located at 141 Blue Rock Trail, Pittsboro, NC 27312, this home brings together the elements of formal living at its finest and an emphasis on the outdoors. Sitting on 2.56 acres with 4,756 square…

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Skywatching 101

Skywatching 101

Maybe you’ve tried bird watching or stargazing, but have you ever tried skywatching? The Jordan Lake State Recreation Area and Morehead Planetarium are partnering up to offer you an unparalleled, stellar experience! With free sessions being offered every month, this event is sure to be an “out of this world” opportunity! What to Expect: Join local…

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141 Blue Rock Trail

From the comfort of your new luxury home, enjoy all that Pittsboro has to offer as a resident of the Strowd Mountain subdivision. Located at 141 Blue Rock Trail, Pittsboro, NC 27312, this home brings together the elements of formal living at its finest and an emphasis on the outdoors. Sitting on 2.56 acres with 4,756 square feet of living space, you will take advantage of the spacious exterior features, as well as the lavish interior additions.

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Chatham County Trivia Challenge

Chatham County Trivia Challenge

On July 4, 1776, the United States of America declared independence from Great Britain. After this declaration’s adoption by 12 colonies on July 4, the United States began to work its way towards total independence as a free nation. Typically, we observe this day as an opportunity to celebrate our patriotic spirit. In that respect,…

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Skywatching 101

Maybe you’ve tried bird watching or stargazing, but have you ever tried skywatching? The Jordan Lake State Recreation Area and Morehead Planetarium are partnering up to offer you an unparalleled, stellar experience! With free sessions being offered every month, this event is sure to be an “out of this world” opportunity!

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Chatham County Trivia Challenge

On July 4, 1776, the United States of America declared independence from Great Britain. After this declaration’s adoption by 12 colonies on July 4, the United States began to work its way towards total independence as a free nation. Typically, we observe this day as an opportunity to celebrate our patriotic spirit. In that respect, let’s see how much you know about the history in your backyard, Chatham County!

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