Almost every town and village in Moore County hosts some kind of unique fair, festival or event annually, whether it’s to celebrate heritage, showcase local artisans, or just an excuse to bring people together. 

With warmer weather and light breezes, Spring in Moore County is the perfect time to get outdoors and enjoy numerous festivals and events throughout the County.  Here are just a few of the fun community events taking place:

Southern Pines SpringFest 4/29/17:  Over 160 vendors from around North Carolina and the country come to display their unique crafts and creations. Plenty of games, rides, food, and entertainment to enjoy.  Kid's Block is a special area full of activities just for kids. Downtown Southern Pines.Cameron Antiques Festival

Cameron Antiques Fair 5/6/17:  More than 300 dealers display their antiques and collectibles in the village shops and along the streets in the Historic District of Cameron.  

Pinehurst Concours d'Elegance 5/6/17:  Historic and rare collectible automobiles compete for Best in Show on the fairways of Pinehurst Resort.  Award-winning country artist Sara Evans will perform a live concert following the awards ceremony.

Carthage Buggy Festival 5/13/17:  The 29th annual festival features music, buggy display, antique tractors, car show, crafts, food vendors and free children's area all day. Downtown Carthage.

Aberdeen Spring Spree Festival 5/20/17:  A family-friendly event featuring arts, crafts, music, food, and kids’ zone in downtown Aberdeen.  

So mark your calendar and don’t miss these lively events! 

>> For information on other happenings in Moore County, visit The Pines Times.


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