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The Randolph Arts Guild Announces 47th Annual Asheboro Fall Festival

asheboro fall festival 2020

The original Rhinoceros Times, founded in 1991, went out of business in May 2013. It now takes over much of Worth Street, Fayetteville Street, and Sunset Avenue —bordered by Cox Street, Salisbury Street, Academy Street and Church Street. Many local bands and other acts will provide entertainment — including William Nesmith, Mightier Than Me and The Steadfast Bluegrass Gospel Band. With even the spelling of the name being fun and modern, kids can probably expect a good time in that area. A kidz and teen zone with bounce houses and play areas, arts and crafts provided by the Randolph Arts Guild, entertaining street performers, and a few surprises. Snap Publications revived the herbivorous beast and in October 2013, the all-new and improved Rhino Times was started. .

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The Randolph Arts Guild Announces 47th Annual Asheboro Fall Festival

asheboro fall festival 2020

That will be followed by plenty of activities over the next two days. After Friday night, the festivities will continue on Saturday, Oct. This event is family-friendly and safe for all ages. Music will continue to fill the Asheboro air throughout the weekend. That zone will include bounce houses and play areas as well as a gaming center, face painting and other arts and crafts activities. Asheboro is only a 30-minute drive from Greensboro if you speed a little, and next month a good number of area residents may be making that trip. We have extended the deadline for craft, commercial business, and informational vendors.

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Asheboro Fall Festival Features Burnt Biscuits and Turkey Legs

asheboro fall festival 2020

Today, the Asheboro Fall Festival will have over 150 vendors showcasing their handcrafted goods, delicious food, and local and regional businesses and non-profit information. Since 1972, the Fall Festival has also grown in terms of its footprint. The inaugural festival was the Old-Fashioned Fall Festival held in 1972 with approximately 30-35 vendors and was located only on Sunset Avenue in Downtown Asheboro. Our food vendors will tempt your taste buds with Asheboro Fall Festival favorites of barbecue sandwiches, funnel cakes, roasted corn, and turkey legs. The festival is put on each year by the Randolph Arts Guild on the first full weekend in October.

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asheboro fall festival 2020

On November 15, 2018, the last printed edition of the Rhino Times came off the presses leaving the world of print journalism behind and moving into the future with an e-paper. The Rhino has had a long tradition of providing news in Guilford County. Talent will be announced on September 6 th, 2019. Vendors will welcome festival participants on Saturday, October 3rd and Sunday, October 4th. The new date for final submissions is August 23 rd. Vendors will welcome festival-goers on Saturday, October 5 th, 10 am — 6 pm and Sunday, October 6 th, 12 pm — 6 pm. Since 1972, the Festival has grown to encompass the blocks of Worth St, Fayetteville St, and Sunset Ave, bordered by Cox St, Salisbury St, Academy St, and Church St.

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Asheboro Fall Festival Features Burnt Biscuits and Turkey Legs

asheboro fall festival 2020

For additional information, please contact The Randolph Arts Guild at 336. The Festival has grown to encompass the blocks of Worth St, Fayetteville St, and Sunset Ave, bordered by Cox St, Salisbury St, Academy St, and Church St. Another attempt to rezone the tract is on the agenda for the Tuesday, Feb. Readers of The Rhino Times will be able to rely on rhinotimes. The 2019 incarnation of the Asheboro Fall Festival will have over 185 vendors with handcrafted goods, tasty desserts and other items for sale. This event is family friendly and safe for all ages.

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The Randolph Arts Guild Announces 47th Annual Asheboro Fall Festival

asheboro fall festival 2020

The new online platform allows readers to connect and interact with each other as well as the journalists. In addition, street performers will be singing as well as entertaining the crowd. . . . .

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