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Our Pittsboro Favorites: We are unabashed enthusiasts for the Carolina lifestyle in Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Durham, Hillsborough and Pittsboro. Among the many treasures that add to the richness of our lives, here are some of our favorite places, people and events. Drop us line if you have some favorites to add to our list to enrich the lives of newcomers to the area.
THE HAW RIVER ASSEMBLY :: Saxapahaw, NC 27340 :: (919) 542-5790.The Haw River Assembly is a non-profit citizens' group founded in 1982 to restore and protect the Haw River and Jordan Lake. The Haw River is a valuable natural resource; the headwaters of the Cape Fear River Basin. The Haw River provides drinking water to many communities, important habitat for wildlife, including endangered species, and recreational and scenic areas. Our goals are to promote environmental education, conservation and pollution prevention. Our major projects are the Haw River Festival, a traveling environmental education program, and the Haw River Watch Project, grassroots water monitoring of the Haw and its tributaries. In 2000 we initiated our new Stream Steward Project, involving communities and individuals in how to protect their local streams - saving the river one backyard at a time!
Haw River Annual Community Festival :: Bynum Beach Rd., Bynum NC :: 919-542-5790Music, art, chalk drawing on the bridge, hiking along the river, free short canoe rides for kids 12 and under (1 to 4 pm at Bynum Beach), nature walk, native plants sales, environmental awareness displays and activities, canoe raffle (drawing at 5 pm), good food--you’ll find it all at the Haw River Festival in Bynum in mid-May! Enjoy the silent art auction, including Clyde Jones art (closes at 4 pm); kids’ art and nature activities; “paint-your-own” Clyde critter; crafts for sale; and a great lineup of music and entertainment. Suggested donation: $5 adults, $3 under 14 (babies free). Bynum is off Hwy 15-501 about 12 miles south of Chapel Hill and 4 miles north of Pittsboro. Take Bynum Road to the old Bynum Bridge and follow signs for parking.
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