The arts connect a community. Despite the struggles of many due to the pandemic, the Chatham County arts community is starting 2022 strong. Sing along to a musical, follow along to a play, enjoy arts in your backyard! January is packed with opportunities to experience live music and theater, get your tickets today!
There’s nothing like the magic of holiday lights, but holiday lights are nothing without electricity. What a ~ shocking ~ notion! In continuing our Best of Chatham series, we recognize M.R. Stoner Electric, Inc. for their contributions to the Chatham County community since 1992. Their motto, “a customer not just one time, but for a lifetime,” is a testament to their belief in quality, consistent customer service. Located in Sanford, M.R. Stoner Electric services Chatham, Cumberland, Harnett, Lee, Moore, Orange and Wake counties.
And, just like that, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. In Chatham County, all is merry and bright. You’ve finished your last of the Thanksgiving leftovers and are preparing for a festive frenzy during the month of December. Loved ones may be visiting, you may have time off of work, you may be in the market for a holiday activity that does not require driving to the North Pole. Hop on our sleigh and we’ll guide you in navigating your to-do list!
‘Cause that’s the way things happen
On the Polar Express
It’s all aboard Santa’s Reindeer Roundup Express and tickets are selling quickly! New Hope Family Valley Railway: The Triangle’s Train is cruising through a winter wonderland at the North Carolina Railway Museum in New Hill. With special holiday scenes set up throughout the route, experience the magic of the season with photo opportunities galore. Tickets are on sale now for the month of December, get yours before they sell out!
Sure, the calendars just flipped into November, but the holiday season is on its way. With meals to prepare, plans to organize and gifts to purchase, get a head start with some creative shopping ideas, all local to Chatham County. Store-bought gifts are great, but try on local, try on handmade for size. Give the gift everyone will remember!
625 Katy Stella Drive in Cary is on the market! Newly-listed, this end-unit townhome offers both privacy and close access to community amenities. In close proximity to all the Triangle has to offer, visit your favorite local eateries, walking trails, golf courses and shops, all a short drive away. There’s plenty to explore, get started on your virtual tour!
Just sold, this ranch home sits on 6.3 acres and is home to 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and a home office. Plenty of renovations have been added in the past several years, including hardwood floors, metal roofing with a life warranty, Andersen windows, updated septic, electrical, plumbing, HVAC and master and second floor bathrooms. Not to mention, the exposed beams are among its most notable additions. Additional living spaces include the enclosed sunroom and unfinished basement.
Just sold, 400 Gladstone Trail in Pittsboro features 2,324 square feet of living space, complete with a remodeled kitchen, updated finished and picturesque views from the back patio. Built on 7.3 acres, this property allows for horses to move in and kick back on the 1-acre pasture and in the stall barn. Adding to the remodeled kitchen, the new appliances, farm sink, updated cabinetry and quartz counters are a small fraction of the beauty the rest of the home holds. The exterior is up to par with a 12’x15’ shed, a raised bed garden, creek and walking trails!
That’s right, it’s fall festival season on Huckleberry Trail Farm. Siler City’s premier source for all things fall, you are a short drive away from hayrides, a corn maze, pumpkin patch, slingshots and much more. Line your stoop with rows of Chatham County-grown pumpkins from the 2021 Huckleberry Trail Farm Fall Festival. Open to the public every weekend until Sunday, October 31, there is more than enough time left for you and your loved ones to take fall festivities to the next level. Hours are Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Before you go, reserve two to three hours of your day to get the most of your experience on the farm.
If it’s simply for aesthetics, if it’s for additional home security, Harrison Fence has spent the past 20 years fencing properties across North Carolina. Masters in their trade, their team is equipped to assist you in creating a space that best accommodates your needs. Since 2001, Harrison Fence has stood the test of time as a family-owned and operated organization, leading in fence installations in the Triangle and surrounding areas. Schedule your free estimate and learn more about what options will work best for your home or business.