Tag Archives: Farmers’ Market

Two Great Local Events for this Saturday the 21rst!

Saturdays in Siler/Courtyard Coffee’s 10th Birthday Party! Head to downtown Siler City this Saturday, July 21 for the Anniversary Celebration of Courtyard Coffee! Where: Courtyard Coffee, 223 N Chatham Ave, Siler City, NC 27344 When: Saturday July 21 from 5-9pm This Celebration comes with cake, ice cream & food trucks! Combined is PAF Gallery Opening for Jake […]



Saturdays in Saxapahaw are back!

What: Saturdays in Saxapahaw When:Every Saturday from 5pm-8pm through the end of August Where: Outdoor venue in Saxapahaw Weekend evenings in the Triangle mean hopefully fabulous weather and outdoor concerts. As daytime temperatures cool the music is just heating up and no where is that more true than in Saxapahaw. Head out to Alamance county […]


Mother’s Day Events in the Triangle 2018

Mother’s Day Events in the Triangle! Are you fretting about what to do this Mother’s Day? Whether you’re a mother whose appreciative family needs a few suggestions or a father who is out of ideas, the Triangle has a plethora of opportunities for the special lady in your life. These can include whole family events […]




Saxapaaahaeeww….what?

If you haven’t been to Saxapahaw you are missing out! Once a booming mill town, the small hamlet of Saxapahaw, named so in relation to the former Sissapahaw tribe that settled the area, fell onto hard times until a few remaining community members rallied together to revitalize a whole town. And they succeeded. It is […]


Local Holiday Shopping Take 2!

  If you haven’t had enough holiday shopping- before the actual holidays, then here is another dose of Triangle/Piedmont area Holiday markets and Christmas Bazaars for your hand made, specialty item to stun the folks on your shopping list. If you are a live or die Black Friday shopper consider stepping out of your comfort […]



Fearrington Farmers’ Market

Last week I wrote about the Chatham Mills Farmers’ Market and mentioned a little about North Carolina’s agricultural history.  During this time of year, our state is plentiful with farmers’ markets and produce stands right on the side of the road.  There is nothing quite like having fresh food and not to mention, supporting North […]