Chestnuts roasting on an open fire… Fun Fall NC Festival!

 

 

 

Looking for a fun #culinaryadventure day trip from the Triangle area? Head over to High Rock Farm in Gibsonville on 11/4 where YOU can roast chestnuts over an open fire, sample goodies made with chestnuts and bring some home too! Here are a couple of pics… a blast from my past when I went in 2012! Details on their FB page. You’ll enjoy the beautiful historic home (open to tour) and farm (Est. 1807). I’m sure the festival has grown a lot since I visited! And you can take your doggie too…

“Come enjoy the day on the farm with food trucks, a variety of vendors, bounce house, historic house tours, hayrides, live music, and of course chestnuts roasting on an open fire!
Tickets ($8 a person) maybe purchased online or at booth day of event. This is a rain or shine event
Dogs welcomed but must be leased. 
So head to Gibsonville and have a roasty toasty nutty good time!! 

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