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See you Sunday, October 6, 2013 for the 6th Annual Pepper Festival @ Briar Chapel’s Boulder Park!

Last year’s 5th Annual Pepper Fest was a heck of a party for local and sustainable food!

We’d love your thoughts on the event:

Survey here

(and get automatically entered into a contest to  win a WEEKEND GETAWAY to O’Henry Hotel and lots of Burt’s Bees swag!)

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October 14th, 2012; 3-7pm @ Briar Chapel Community Park
for your gps: 16 Windy Knoll Circle  Chapel Hill, NC 27516

Tickets are for sale at the door and CASH bar!  See you there!
$35 (kids 12 and under are free)

Pepper Festival Abundance

Celebrate the food and drinks made from the Piedmont’s sustainable farmers, chefs, brewers and artisans!

Click here for a map and directions

Our Schedule is here:

Big Bubbles and The Flowjo Family Circus going on during the event…..

2.45-3.30pm  The Free States

3.30-3.40pm  Thank You’s and Announcements
3.40-3.50pm  Pepper King & Queen Crowning
3.50-4.40pm  Vegetable Circus
4.40-4.50pm  Abundance Partners speak
4.50-5.40pm  Justin Johnson
5.40-5.45pm  Last Announcements
5.45-7.15pm  Diali Cissokho & Kairaba  (dance lessons going on during)
7.15pm          GO HOME, happy and full!

 

Live Music by:

Diali Cisshoko & Kairaba!

Justin Johnson

The Free States

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The Rules:

-come hungry!

-kids under 12 get in free

-no pets, farm animals, or outside alcohol allowed – sorry!

Read more about Pepper Festival 2011 below….

Pittsboro Pepper Festival 2011:

JY Visuals’ Photos (444 photos)

Trace Ramsey (54 photos)

Pittsboro Pepper Festival 2009
Pittsboro Pepper Festival 2010
volunteer this year…
contact us

Kids 12 and under are free!

the amazing pittsboro pepper festival

The first Pittsboro Pepper Festival was in 2008 and consisted of friends and family tasting Farmer Doug’s different varieties of sweet bell shaped peppers along with a few pepper dishes supplied by Angelina’s Kitchen before she was Angelina’s Kitchen! 2009 we took it up a notch and invited local chefs and had Howie Dewitt on stage. It was freezing cold in October and we had about 200 folks show up to drink pepper beer and eat the delicious dishes. Then we went pepper-wild in 2010 and had more local chefs, more local beers and wines and we had a beautiful day in October….over 500 showed up to eat, drink and dance to the sounds of Holy Ghost Tent Revival. So, what is going to happen in 2012…….? Wait and see!! Hope you can join us!

Pepper Festival 2011Pittsboro Pepper Festival 2010The Amazing Pittsboro Pepper Festival 2009