The sounds of live outdoor music mean summer is in full swing. All around Chatham County, you can catch the live music fever at many of your favorite local venues. With all the native North Carolinian talent to go around, you won’t want to miss out on these live summer performances.
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The Fourth of July in America means freedom, fireworks and copious amounts of fried food. That’s the perfect recipe for a holiday weekend. For anyone looking to fill up their long weekend with local festivities, you’ve come to the right place. Right in your backyard, neighboring Chatham County towns and communities are celebrating their American pride all weekend long.
Happy Father’s Day! With just a couple of days away to plan dad’s holiday weekend, Chatham County has plenty of activities available to fill your calendar. From mead, to games, to brunch and more, start making your plans and reservations today!
Nestled within the Ashley Downs subdivision of Apex, you’ll find 1704 Ashbark Court. Found in southwestern Wake County, this neighborhood is a quick commute to major businesses, shopping centers, entertainment and popular city amenities. While Apex is a short drive to big-city neighborhoods, it preserves a small town feel for its residents. Within the Triangle area, Apex has many unique offerings for longtime homeowners and for newcomers to the community.
There’s a hot new summer listing in Chatham County! At 191 Arrowhead Loop, you’ll be enjoying over three acres of privacy and natural beauty. The subdivision of Bobcat Point is easy to admire, with both spacious lots and scenic views of Pittsboro’s finest.
Cape Fear River Adventures is back and better than ever for its summer season leading explorers, just like you, through the beauty of the Cape Fear. Since last fall, the river has been struggling to combat the effects of Hurricane Florence, which brought severe flooding to many North Carolina regions. Recently, Cape Fear River Adventures announced the river is officially at a safe level for all of their trips to resume for the season.
Nestled in the Ross Ridge subdivision of Pittsboro, 115 Ross Drive is nothing short of three beautiful acres. With a current listing price of $540,000, you’ll be investing in a stately 4-bedroom, 4.5 bathroom traditional style home. In just a five-minute drive, you’ll be in heart of all that Pittsboro has to offer. The tranquil, private setting may seem secluded, but you are a short commute from shops, eateries and all the area activities on a local’s agenda.
Located in the Powell Place subdivision, 577 Millbrook Drive is a quaint, craftsman-style cottage with quick access to all the recreation, entertainment and shopping that Pittsboro has to offer. Listed at $255,000, this 3-bedroom and 2.5-bathroom home was sold in just a day! Take a look inside and you’ll immediately see why. The word “charming” does not even do it justice with unique amenities around every corner.
The temperature is heating up in Chatham County, which means local produce will soon be lining the shelves of your favorite area farmers’ markets. There’s no doubt that a fresh salad, a gourmet pizza or summer lemonade all taste better with ingredients straight from local vendors. From Siler City to Pittsboro, Chatham markets are opening their doors to flavor gurus like you. Starting this month, make your weekly grocery trip significantly fresher!
There’s nothing like springtime in Siler City! But what happens when you bring a Chicken Festival into the mix? The first annual Spring Chicken Festival will take place on Saturday, May 4 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. in downtown Siler City. A free event for all, you won’t want to miss the exciting attractions and tasty treats lining the streets of downtown.