The King himself is checking into Chatham County for one night only! It may not be the Heartbreak Hotel, but Bynum Front Porch invites you to be their guest for the evening for “A Tribute to Elvis” like no other. Your ticket admission goes straight to an amazing cause supporting future college students achieve their goals.
Ah, it’s finally that time of the year when we can all hit the reset button on future goals and milestones we’d like to achieve in the next 12 months. Whatever did not get accomplished in 2019 is in the past. For many, the same goals are set year after year with little desire to make real progress. What if you could get started today? Whatever your goal is, there is a resource in Chatham County to achieve it.
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!
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.
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.
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!
There’s a hot new summer listing in Chatham County! At 191 Arrowhead Loop, you’ll be enjoying over three acres of privacy and natural beauty. The subdivision of Bobcat Point is easy to admire, with both spacious lots and scenic views of Pittsboro’s finest.
Cape Fear River Adventures is back and better than ever for its summer season leading explorers, just like you, through the beauty of the Cape Fear. Since last fall, the river has been struggling to combat the effects of Hurricane Florence, which brought severe flooding to many North Carolina regions. Recently, Cape Fear River Adventures announced the river is officially at a safe level for all of their trips to resume for the season.
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!
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.