Bring a chair and stay awhile Parade starts at 4pm. Right after the parade is Christmas on Main. There will be vendors, food, music and dancing. Come on down stay […]
Off Main Street Downtown Robersonville, Friday December 2, 2022 Time 7pm - 9pm Beverages available.
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Bring a chair and bring the family. Jamesville Christmas Parade.
Come on down to Hamilton for our Christmas Parade. Bring a chair and stay awhile.
Carriage Rides, Photos with Santa, Hot beverages and dessert bar. December 8, 2022 6-8pm. Sponsored by Shaws BBQ, Cakes By Becky and Giddy-up Coffee House.
Come on down to Bear Grass for our Christmas Parade, bring a chair and stay awhile. After the parade go on down to the fire Dept. for some Brunswick Stew […]
Bring a chair and stay awhile. Robersonville's Christmas parade, family fun.
Thursday, March 16, 2023 - 7:30pm Saturday, March 18, 2023 - 7:30pm Sunday, March 19, 2023 - Matinee -3:00pm Adult Tickets $15, Seniors Citizens & Students $10
Come on down to the 2nd annual Goose Nest Festival. Vendors wanted for the 2023, May festival contact Vonetta Porter firstname.lastname@example.org Goose Nest Committee P.O. Box 334, Oak City, NC […]
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