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A Festive Fourth

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.

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Siler City Spring Chicken Festival

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.

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“Egg”ceptional Easter Events

We’re hopping into the spring season! That also means that we’ll be spending the next few weekends hopping around to all of the Easter events in Chatham County. Rumor has it that the Easter bunny may be making a visit or two!

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A Ghostly Holiday

You’ve ordered the signature pumpkin spice latte at your favorite cafe. You’ve passed dozens of Halloween decorations in the aisles of the department store. You’ve even started thinking about costume ideas and exploring the internet for some unique inspiration. Fall is in the air and on your mind, but are you ready for Halloween?

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Summerfest in a Small Town

As the days get even longer, we find ourselves growing even closer to this year’s Summerfest in Pittsboro, NC! This year, join us as we sponsor the second annual celebration of summertime festivities. Mark your calendars for Sunday, July 1st from 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. in downtown Pittsboro, at 8 Hillsboro Street. Keep this annual tradition going!

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A Camp that Rocks

Are you ready to rock? The Triangle Rock Club, located in Morrisville, invites you to enroll your child in any one of TRC’s summer camps. Catering to many different ages with a variety of skill levels, their summer will be packed with both meeting new friends and learning a new skill. In all of their youth programs, they guarantee the application of “The Three Cs” of character, confidence and courage. Set goals, seek adventure and watch the hard work pay off!

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Back in Season for the Cape Fear River

Attention everyone: Cape Fear River Adventures is now open for the spring and summer seasons! This time, they are partnering up with Endor Paddle to bring you a variation of exciting excursions to experience the river the best way possible. There’s no better place to be than under the North Carolina sun in a kayak or a river tube. What are you waiting for? Start paddling!

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Happy Campers

Is it summertime yet? Maybe not, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have warm weather and sunshine on your mind. When school calendars draw to a close, Chatham County summer camps are opening their doors. For every interest and hobby, local summer camps provide a diverse range of offerings. Because there is just so much to choose from, it’s understandably hard to decide on just one. Learn more about how the 2018 Chatham County Summer Camp Meet & Greet will answer all of your questions in one place!

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Fantastical Fall

We’ve almost made it halfway through October. By this point, your front stoop may feature a grinning jack-o’-lantern, your yard may be a soiree of assorted colorful leaves and you may have worn your favorite wool sweater every day this week. Fall is in the air and it is all over our calendars. Take out your schedules and take note of these festive happenings coming up throughout the end of October.

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Bringing the Heat to the Season

A few weeks ago, you read about many of the fall festivals that are taking place in the Chatham County area. This week, we hope you are gearing up your anticipation and palate for the 10th Annual Pepperfest! Located at Briar Chapel’s Meadow Park in Chapel Hill on Sunday, September 24 from 3 p.m.-6 p.m., there is plenty of time left to plan your visit.

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