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According to the Center for Environmental Farming Systems, North Carolinians spend $35 billion a year on food. If everyone spent 10 percent on local food — $1.05 per day — $3.5 billion would be available to local economies, boosting businesses and creating jobs. Test their theory with the following resources: OuterBanksHarvest.com Ivy Ingram’s freshly updated blog on what’s local and in-season email@example.com Somerset Farm in Edenton Veggie boxes delivered to Hatteras Island Hazel Inglis, firstname.lastname@example.org (252) 482-0696 Coastal Harvesters Inc. Veggie boxes, community garden on Hatteras Island Joanne Throne, email@example.com (252) 996-0679 Coastal Farmers Co-Op Veggie boxes to Outer Banks; produce to Carawan’s Seafood in Kitty Hawk Nicole Spruill, firstname.lastname@example.org (252) 370-6367
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Nags Head Produce Farm direct produce stand in Nags Head (252) 441-9154 Outer Banks Farmers Market Farm direct stand at Outer Banks Mall Island Produce Produce stand in Manteo (252) 473-1303 Manteo Farmers Market Through September 10 (252) 473-2133 Beach Organics Local meats, eggs and produce in Grandy (252) 457-0200 Sanctuary Vineyards Farm Small yield pesticide-free farm in Grandy (252) 207-9377
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FAll CReek ReTReAT This timeless log constructed home is located eight miles up the Castle Creek Valley. It is nestled in the trees, giving it extreme privacy yet is situated high enough to enjoy expansive views of the Elk Mountain Range. It has the distinct feel of a lodge and is the perfect Rocky Mountain retreat. You can hear the rushing waters of the nearby Castle Creek River. It is located in a small subdivision that is not visible from the road. OFFeReD FOR: $4,800,000
Exciting Fun Events! Prizes Awarded!
Apple Pie Contest Bake Your Favorite Pie & Let the Judges Decide
Echoes of Heritage
Decorated Bike Contest
Dawn’s Harvest Mart Fresh fruits, homebaked goods and seasonal seafood north of Corolla Light
Weeping Radish Farm Brewery Local meats in Grandy (252) 491-5205
Seaside Farm Market In-season produce, seafood and other local products in Corolla (252) 453-8285
The Brine & Bottle Pickled veggies, small-production items in Nags Head (252) 715-1818
Green Acres Farm Stand Farm-direct produce stand in Duck
Outer Banks Epicurean Local sea salt, honey, foods and ‘Zen Pops’ in Colington (252) 255-0050
The Angry Peach Produce stand in Kitty Hawk Tarheel Too Produce stand in KDH (252) 207-1048
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Decorate Your Ride
Wacky Hat Contest
Popular Karaoke Music
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Festivities kick off with Performances by: Singing the National Anthem Our Local A Cappella Music Group
The Craziest Hat Wins!
Old Enough to Know Better
For more information, call the Town of Manteo at (252) 473-2133 or visit: townofmanteo.com
All performances are on the Historic Courthouse steps in Downtown Manteo. The times listed for events are estimates. The Special Events Committee does it’s best to offer these events on time; however, times may vary. The judging of the apple pie contest cannot be rushed! It just tastes too good! Sponsored in part by OBVB.
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Tommy’s Market Native beers, wines and sauces plus seasonal produce in Duck (252) 261-8990
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