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  1. Fall Festival

    October 24, 4:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ New School Montessori Center

    A fun-filled family event promises art, performances, games, food and fair rides in a festival atmosphere for students, parents and town residents. Celebration of the Seas is the theme, emphasizing ocean conservation. The school has partnered with The Karen Beasley Sea Turtle and Rehabilitation Center from Topsail Island. The event will help raise money for the care and release of sick and injured sea turtles, and for providing information and education on ocean conservation. Admission includes unlimited participation in all rides and activities, popcorn and the chance for a prize. Local caterer Barry's Cafe will provide traditional barbecue meals. For more information, visit the school website.

  2. Hollyfest 2014

    October 25, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Sugg Farm at Bass Lake

    The Town of Holly Springs joins with churches, civic organizations and businesses for this annual community celebration. Admission is free. The event is on rain or shine. Highlights include: entertainment, Arts & Crafts, Kids Corner, Kids Zone inflatables & rides including Robinson's Racing Pigs sponsored by NuImage Surgical & Dental Implant Center, Cornhole Cup '14, food for every taste, pumpkin carving contest, local non-profit community groups, Business Expo and fire truck & police cars on display.

  3. Hope Connection Fall Bonfire Charity Event

    October 25, 6:00 PM @ The Family Farm
    1719 Avent Ferry Road
    Holly Springs, NC 27540

    The public is invited to this fund-raiser for the organization's mission. The event includes live music and an outdoor dance floor, a bonfire, vendors, food, and games. Please bring an item of food to share.

  4. Haunted Hayride

    October 25, 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM @ Jefferson L. Sugg Farm at Bass Lake

    Be afraid - very afraid - and get a terrifying look at the Sugg Farm property after dark on the Haunted Hayride at the Farm, October 25, 7-11 p.m., following Hollyfest. The Bass Lake Park staff is organizing a spooky hayride through the Sugg Farm property. The route begins near the Sugg Farm entrance and travels down the main road before heading off the path and passing through some of the lesser-seen areas of the farm. Expect about a dozen "scare spots" with werewolves, zombies, witches, night fiends and more. In addition to the hayride, the Holly Springs School of Dance will reenact Michael Jackson's Thriller every half hour. Food vendors at the event include Chick-Fil-A, CupCakeBite, Kona Ice and Z's Gourmet Chocolate. The hayride is appropriate for people ages 13 and older as staff and volunteers will be trying to frighten participants. Park staff will allow younger participants if parents decide their children are mature enough for the experience.

  5. Community Blood Drive

    October 31, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Four Oaks Bank

    Interested in participating in a Community Blood Drive sponsored by Four Oaks Bank and Rex UNC Health Care? Call (919) 567-3888 or visit http://mysignup.com/fouroaks.

Cultural Center

  1. The Classic Rock Experience

    October 24, 7:30 PM @ Holly Springs Cultural Center

    A Collection of The Greatest Legendary Epic Classic Rock Anthems featuring the music of QUEEN * BOSTON * STYX * JOURNEY * ELTON JOHN * DEEP PURPLE *LED ZEPPELIN * GRAND FUNK RAILROAD * PINK FLOYD * BAD COMPANY and more. Reserved seating. FOR SENIOR DISCOUNTS AND HANDICAP/COMPANION SEATING please call the Box Office (919) 567-4000.

  2. Holly Springs Reader's Theatre Troupe presents "The War of the Worlds"

    October 29, 7:30 PM @ 300 West Ballentine St.

    The Holly Springs Reader's Theatre Troupe presents "The War of the Worlds" - a recreation of the radio drama that captured American listeners' imaginations and fears when first broadcast October 30, 1938. Audience members will feel as if they've driven or taken a train into the past -- into Manhattan -- to watch and listen as the Mercury Theater On The Air comes alive once again on stage. Each night, Holly Springs Cultural Center audiences will be directly involved as the Reader's Theater Troupe provides the sounds and screams that brought radio listeners to the edge of their seats when Martians invaded the earth. It's a promise of terrific Halloween entertainment - and a few surprises, too!

  3. Holly Springs Reader's Theatre Troupe presents "The War of the Worlds"

    October 30, 7:30 PM @ 300 West Ballentine St.

    The Holly Springs Reader's Theatre Troupe presents "The War of the Worlds" - a recreation of the radio drama that captured American listeners' imaginations and fears when first broadcast October 30, 1938. Audience members will feel as if they've driven or taken a train into the past -- into Manhattan -- to watch and listen as the Mercury Theater On The Air comes alive once again on stage. Each night, Holly Springs Cultural Center audiences will be directly involved as the Reader's Theater Troupe provides the sounds and screams that brought radio listeners to the edge of their seats when Martians invaded the earth. It's a promise of terrific Halloween entertainment - and a few surprises, too!

  4. Holly Springs Reader's Theatre Troupe presents "The War of the Worlds"

    October 31, 7:30 PM @ 300 West Ballentine St.

    The Holly Springs Reader's Theatre Troupe presents "The War of the Worlds" - a recreation of the radio drama that captured American listeners' imaginations and fears when first broadcast October 30, 1938. Audience members will feel as if they've driven or taken a train into the past -- into Manhattan -- to watch and listen as the Mercury Theater On The Air comes alive once again on stage. Each night, Holly Springs Cultural Center audiences will be directly involved as the Reader's Theater Troupe provides the sounds and screams that brought radio listeners to the edge of their seats when Martians invaded the earth. It's a promise of terrific Halloween entertainment - and a few surprises, too!

Planning & Zoning

  1. Planning Board

    October 28, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ 128 S Main Street

    The Planning Board is an eight-member citizen advisory board appointed by the Town Council. Seven live inside the Town limits. One resides within the Town's extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ). The Planning Board reviews and makes recommendations to the Town Council on all proposals for rezoning, various development-related requests, and amendments and additions to the Town’s zoning regulations and comprehensive plan. The Planning Board has no judicial or final decision authority but provides guidance to the Town Council on those requests.