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6th Annual Pepper Festival presented by Abundance Foundation!
[Oct. 5, 2013] The 2013 Pepper Festival will take place at Boulder Park in Briar Chapel at 16 Windy Knoll Cir, Chapel Hill, NC on October 6 from 3 pm to 7 pm. This is the Abundance Foundation's 6th annual celebration of foodshed resiliency, small farmers, renewable energy, and the creativity of the Piedmont’s chefs, brewers and artisans. It is all fueled by local food, drink and music.
 
Trunk or Treat to be sponsored by local churches in Silk HopeTrunk or Treat to be sponsored by local churches in Silk Hope
[Oct. 3, 2013] Halloween is just a few weeks away. South Fork Friends Church and other area churches are planning "Trunk or Treat" at the Silk Hope Farm Heritage Park at 4221 Silk Hope Road, Siler City NC from 6:30 to 8pm.
 
Don't miss the Chatham Community Library book sale later this weekDon't miss the Chatham Community Library book sale later this week
[Sep. 24, 2013] Don't miss the Fall 2013 Friends of the Chatham Community Library book sale this Thursday and Friday, September 26 and 27 from 9 am to 7 pm and Saturday, September 28, from 9 am to 2 pm The sale will be at the Chatham Community Library on the campus of Central Carolina Community College, 197 NC Highway 87 North, in Pittsboro.
 
Mountains to Coast Cycling Tour winds through Chatham County on October 2Mountains to Coast Cycling Tour winds through Chatham County on October 2
[Sep. 24, 2013] On Oct. 2, 2013, nearly 1,200 bicyclists will make their way across Chatham County, with an extended lunchtime break in Pittsboro. The cyclers are part of Cycle NC's 15th Annual "Mountains to Coast" ride from Sept. 28-Oct. 5, 2013. By Debra Henzey
 
Chatham’s Visitors Bureau helps launch web promotion of agritourismChatham’s Visitors Bureau helps launch web promotion of agritourism
[Aug. 30, 2013] The Pittsboro-Siler City Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) joined with other visitor promotion entities in the region to launch TriangleGrown, a user-friendly website showcasing the area’s visitor-friendly agricultural destinations, typically called agritourism.
Also: Triangle Grown
 
Chatham County agencies can apply for Carolina Meadows Community Grants
[Aug. 28, 2013] Carolina Meadows, a not-for-profit continuing care retirement community in Chatham County, has a long history of investing in the community through outreach, volunteer efforts and a community grants program which supports local not-for-profit agencies. By Amy Gorely
Also: Carolina Meadows
 
Eastern Chatham Senior Center offers free arthritis exercise programEastern Chatham Senior Center offers free arthritis exercise program
[Aug. 27, 2013] Are you interested in taking control of your arthritis with exercise? The Chatham County Council on Aging seeks residents interested in the Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program, an eight-week program to help control arthritis symptoms.
 
The top 665 taxpayers in Chatham CountyThe top 665 taxpayers in Chatham County
[Aug. 12, 2013] Based on the information from the Chatham County tax office, here are the top 665 taxpayers in Chatham County for 2012. These numbers represent the amounts billed and not necessarily the amounts collected.
 
Interactive Chatham workshops will help you “Own your future”
[Aug. 8, 2013] Do you have a plan for how you want to live securely the rest of your life? Do you think that you are too young to plan? Are you procrastinating? Will this future just happen anyway? Well, think again! As Theodore Roosevelt said, “Old age is like everything else. To make a success of it, you’ve got to start young.” A hands-on series of workshops, “Own Your Future,” invites attendees to chart their own long-term future. Sponsored by the Chatham County Council on Aging, the series will allow attendees to interact with local experts to develop their customized lifelong plans.
 
Concerns and questions about the condition of the Crosswinds Marina on Jordan Lake
[Jul. 24, 2013] On May 23, 2013 the state of North Carolina conducted an inspection of the Crosswinds Marina on Jordan Lake. Despite a report that listed "no problems were noted on this visit" several times, we were able to observe conditions that raised concerns and questions. The Chatham Journal has submitted the questions below to the state concerning the conditions at the Crosswinds Marina. We also sent along four images of the dock area.
 
Annual Taste of Chatham Event will take place on September 22
[Jul. 22, 2013] It's that time again; time for the Annual Taste of Chatham Event on Sunday September 22nd at the Galloway Ridge auditorium from 4 pm to 6 pm. This year marks the 20th annual "Taste" to support programs and services for the Chatham County Council on Aging and Senior Centers. By Megan Coggins
 
Chatham Community Library to hold fall book sale from September 26 to 28
[Jul. 19, 2013] The Fall Book Sale of the Friends of the Chatham Community Library will be held on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 26, 27 and 28, at the Library on the campus of Central Carolina Community College in Pittsboro. By Dale Chodorow
 
Options available to help Chatham seniors keep cool this summerOptions available to help Chatham seniors keep cool this summer
[Jun. 25, 2013] The Chatham County Council on Aging offers several programs and suggestions to help local senior citizens cope with the heat this summer. "We know that extreme temperatures can be a serious health threat to all of our residents, but seniors must be especially careful," says Angel Dennison, director of the Council on Aging. By Debra J. Henzey
 
Special one-day transit service for Walmart grand openingSpecial one-day transit service for Walmart grand opening
[Jun. 8, 2013] Chatham Transit is offering special one-day service to the new Walmart on US 15-501 North on Wednesday, June 12, to and from Pittsboro and Siler City. But make reservations no later than June 11 by calling 919-542-5136
 
Chatham Community Library phone service will be out of service on May 24Chatham Community Library phone service will be out of service on May 24
[May 23, 2013] Patrons of Chatham Community Library in Pittsboro will not be able to get through to the library by phone on Friday, May 24, beginning at 3:30 pm and possibly until closing at 6 pm that day. The outage is due to a scheduled upgrade to Central Carolina Community College’s phone system, which serves the library.

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