The streets of Chatham County look a bit different these days. As its residents are practicing safe social distancing, community events have become scarce. Temperatures are on the rise and the want to get outdoors is becoming that much greater. Local businesses are making it possible to connect with your neighbors, just in ways you may not have expected! Shop local and stay connected!
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!
November is usually the final warm month in North Carolina before the temperatures dip down into the 30s and 40s for most of the winter. This provides some of the last opportunities to truly enjoy the outdoors (because after all, if you’re running outside in 30-degree weather, is that really enjoyable?).
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. Read more