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Upcoming Events in Burlington North Carolina


April

15 Art on the Haw River Wine Trail - A Fine Wine & Fine Craft Tour, takes you to the five wineries of the Haw River Wine Trail to experience craft and art demonstrations and sales, wine tours, wine tasting and music.
Art on the Haw River Wine Trail is a unique opportunity to enjoy the scenic wineries and the countryside in spring bloom, music, fine wine and fine art.
Saturday: 10:00am-6:00pm
Sunday: 12 noon-6:00pm

The five members of the HAw RIver Wine Trail are: Benjamin Vineyards and Winery, Creek Side Winery, GlenMarie Winery, Grove Winery, Iron Gate Vineyards and Winery

Ph: (336)570-1444 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@burlington-area-nc.org

May

17 Mack Fest - Escape from the hustle and bustle and breathe in the outdoors at Lake Mackintosh. Enjoy the beautiful view while listening to live entertainment provided by local Bluegrass and Jazz groups. The children will also have a great time with relay races to wildlife displays to scavenger hunts. There is something for everyone, from the young to the young at heart.

Take Exit 141 off I-85/40. Go south on Huffman Mill Road. Lake Mackintosh is located on the left.

Address: Lake MacIntosh, 2074 Huffman Mill Road , Burlington, North Carolina
Ph: (336)229-3148 (Always call and confirm events)

1 - 3 Battle of Alamance Commemoration - The commemorations of the anniversary of the Battle of Alamance continue with the new and improved exhibits open for public view and the demonstrations of 18th-century military and domestic life. Small arms and cannon firing by the Craven Regiment and Guilford Militia will highlight the afternoon activities. Call for more information. 1-5pm.

Take Exit 143 off I-85/40 and follow signs on Nc Highway 62 South for six miles.

Address: Alamance Battleground State Historic Site, 5803 S. NC 62 , Burlington, North Carolina
Ph: (336)227-4785 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: alamance@ncdcr.gov
Web: www.nchistoricsites.org/alamance/alamanc.htm
Fee: Free and open to the public. Donations are appreciated.

8NC0301003e024 - Burlington Mustangs of Burlington Annual Charity Car Show - This is a RAIN OR SHINE event. Open to all makes and models. Top 50, plus 7 specialty categories: Best Ford, GM, Mopar, Classic, Import, Bill Jones, Best of Show. On site vendors, live DJ/radio broadcasting, door prizes, on site dyno service. Pre Register - $15 Day of show - $20 Display only - $10 Bring 5 or more cans of food for donation and get $5 off registration. Proceeds to benefit local charities. No pets, tents, or alcohol.

Address: Holly Hill Mall, 309 Huffman Mill Road, Burlington NC 27215 , Burlington, North Carolina
Ph: 338-228-1482 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: kirbypage@bellsouth.net
Web: www.mustangsofburlington.com
Fee: Free to Spectators

October

27 - 1 Colonial Living Week - This is a five-day living history program that offers a unique look at home and military life in the 18th century through demonstrations by costumed interpreters. An excellent, educational event for social studies teachers and their students. The daily schedule runs from 9:00 a.m.-2 p.m. All school and general groups must make reservations. For more information or reservations, please call or e-mail.

Address: Alamance Battleground State Historic Site, 5803 S. NC 62 , Burlington, North Carolina
Ph: (336)227-4785 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: alamance@ncdcr.gov
Web: www.nchistoricsites.org/alamance/alamanc.htm
Fee: Free and open to the public. Donations are appreciated.

2 - 3NC0301003e025 - Burlington Alamance Studio Tour - Open studio tour with 52 artists showcasing original fine art and craft in fiber, woodworking, painting, pottery, digital imagery, glass, jewelry, mixed media, recycled assemblage, sculpture, and photography. Visit studios, see work in progress, talk with artists and discover original art throughout Alamance County. Saturday, 10am-5pm and Sunday, 12pm-5pm. Visit the website to download a map of all studio locations.

Address: 213 South Main Street , Burlington, North Carolina
Ph: 336-496-2787 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: alamancestudiotour@gmail.com
Web: www.alamancestudiotour.com
Fee: Free

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Burlington/Alamance County CVB

The CVB provides travelers with free visitor information to assist you in your travels, whether you are passing through or staying overnight. Centrally located on Interstate 85 and Interstate 40

Burlington, NC Businesses

Battle of Clapp's Mill Marker

A memorial mill stone marker circled by granite story boards and maps relates the March 2, 1781

Burlington, NC Battlesites

1910 Dentzel Menagerie Carousel

Burlington's restored 1910 Dentzel Menagerie Carousel is the centerpiece of the 76 acre City Park. Built by the Dentzel Carousel Company, the Carousel has 46 hand-carved animals, three to a row. One lion, tiger, giraffe, and reindeer; four each of pigs, rabbits, ostriches, cats; and 26

Burlington, NC Other Attractions

Paramount Theater

Located in downtown Burlington, the theater features an art-deco motif and seating for 398 guests. Scheduled events include the "Seasons of the Paramount"

Burlington, NC Theaters

Cedarock Historical Working Farm

"Reliving the American Way of Life" Cedarock Historical Farm is the original site of the Garrett farm dating back to 1830

Burlington, NC Farms

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