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Main Street Spices Up for PepperFest

What’s hotter than summertime in North Carolina? PepperFest weekend in Pittsboro! Named North Carolina’s largest local food festival, PepperFest will line Main Street in Pittsboro on Sunday, September 22nd from 3 – 6 p.m. Order your tickets in advance to guarantee a taste of all that the day has to offer.

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Strumming in Shakori Hills

The weather is cooling off, which makes spending time outdoors in North Carolina even better. Make the most of the weather by joining the 13th Annual Hoppin’ John Fiddlers’ Convention September 12th – 14th at Shakori Hills in Silk Hope, North Carolina.

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The Big What?

If you haven’t gotten your fill of summertime music festivities yet, The Big What? is coming to central North Carolina for three nights in August. Running Thursday, August 8th through Saturday, August 10th, catch the sounds of southern nights at Shakori Hills Community Arts Center in Pittsboro, North Carolina. 

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Sounds of Summer

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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Father’s Day Festivities

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!

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What’s Hoppenin’ at House of Hops

24 rotating draft beers, 400 bottled and canned beers, fill or buy a growler – it’s all available at House of Hops! Opening in Pittsboro just two months ago, this delicious pit stop keeps their taps running and their customers intrigued with a unique selection of hoppy beverages. What goes best with a cool, summer drink? Outdoor music! House of Hops welcomes Sounds of Summer to their patio along with a multitude of North Carolina performers. Find out more about how your summer could sound, and taste, a bit better with House of Hops:

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A New Orleans Mardi Gras in Siler City

Mardi Gras

If you are not spending your Mardi Gras holiday in New Orleans, Louisiana, spend the day celebrating local Chatham County arts. On Saturday, February 25 from 7 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., the NC Arts Incubator invites you to join them for a fundraiser dinner event for the Siler City Downtown Music Series!

The fundraiser will be hosted at Siler City’s new hit restaurant, Peppercorn, giving you a chance to experience the venue for one of its first events.

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Spend a Saturday in Briar Chapel

Briar Chapel, Raleigh, North Carolina

Briar Chapel, Raleigh, North Carolina

Get in tune with Briar Chapel’s 2nd Saturday Summer Concerts! Spend Saturday, August 13 in Great Meadow Park for Briar Chapel’s Music in the Meadow summer concert. From 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. enjoy The Swingin’ Richards for a night of music, fun and food.

Located just south of Chapel Hill on 15/501 at 1342 Briar Chapel Parkway Chapel Hill, NC, 27516, Briar Chapel welcomes you to take a tour of their award-winning green homes, custom homes and ranch-style villas.

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Summer is Heating Up in Chatham County

Jordan Lake State Recreation Area

With the kids out of school, summertime becomes a never-ending search for fun, budget-friendly activities. This June, Chatham County has no shortage of activities for the whole family.

As temperatures are on the rise outside, make your next cool summer adventure be any one of these Chatham County activities. Fun for the entire family!

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The Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival Is This Weekend (May 4 – 8)

Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds

Each year, hundreds of music and art fans gather in Chatham County’s Silk Hope, North Carolina, to celebrate the culture, education and sustainability of performing arts. And listen to performances from bands —  lots and lots of bands, representing all types of musical styles and genres. Read more