The presents have been wrapped, some even opened. Stockings have been hung with care, awaiting a visit from a resident of the North Pole. There is an excitement in the air, leading up to a new year, full of new expectations and opportunities. Known as a time for renewal, the New Year is upon us, meaning a total reset is on the horizon. End the holidays and welcome the New Year by keeping the festivities going!
This holiday season, shoppers can expect some delay in gift delivery as online retail is expected to grow by nearly 20 percent. With more and more people celebrating the entirety of the holiday shopping season in the comfort of their homes, offline sales are expected to decline, having a direct impact on smaller local businesses.
Take the rush out of rush ordering and support Chatham County businesses while shopping safely. Many of your local favorites are hosting open houses and annual shopping events, all while adhering to social distancing guidelines. Is your gift list ready?
From decking the halls to decking your holiday calendar, there is no doubt that December is a hectic time of year. Save some time to simply enjoy the season with the ones you love. There’s no better place to do that than home. We invite you to explore the many seasonal offerings in the area, with our help, of course!
Who says you can’t celebrate the holiday season this early? According to many local vendors in the Chatham County area, the holiday shopping season is already in full swing. With the stress of all things end-of-year, get one item on your to-do list checked off. We can practically hear Santa’s workshop buzzing with excitement from here – that means it’s time to get started!
Whether you have lived in Pittsboro your entire life or are enjoying a weekend visit, your one-day bucket list won’t be complete without these destinations. The perfect getaway from anywhere in the Triangle area, Pittsboro welcomes you to revel in its rich history, culture and attractions. Who knows, maybe your daytime adventure will lead to planting roots in the area. We have houses for that!
When it comes to lodging, dining, shopping and spa treatments, Fearrington Village has your list covered. What you may not know is that Fearrington Village is called home to many local artists and their studios. This month, artists will be opening the doors to their very own studios to invite you to see their creativity at work for free. From Saturday, April 14th and Sunday, April 15th, we hope to see you with your own new piece of art!
Within this guide to Fearrington Village’s Open Studio Tour, find some useful tips for purchasing your first piece!
It’s beginning to look a lot like the holiday shopping season! As holiday decorations line the brisk, festive streets of Chatham County, stores open their doors to early bird shoppers looking to find their treasures a bit earlier this year. Beat the late December crowd when you start your holiday shopping earlier at the best local shops and restaurants in the area.
Powell Place, a community for new homes and townhomes in Pittsboro, NC looks forward to welcoming you as their new neighbor! With affordable options available in a variety of styles and sizes of beautifully furnished homes, it is no wonder that the award-winning real estate company, East West Partners, is behind the design. If you are looking for a convenient, cost-effective opportunity to settle down, Powell Place has your answer.
Whether you are an out of town guest or you have lived in Pittsboro, North Carolina your entire life, experience this Chatham County town like never before with these guided tips. Start your new year with a new perspective on your favorite local spots or take the opportunity to visit your next favorite local spot.
Fill you next day trip within Pittsboro, North Carolina with eclectic décor, food or a good read. Take the next step now!
The holidays are upon us- a time for loved ones, for celebration, for shopping and for remembering everything that we are thankful for. With guests in town and the children out of school, make your holiday season one to remember by celebrating it right here at home, in Chatham County. Like the carol says, “There’s no place like home for the holidays.”