In-Home Vaccination Hotline for People with Limited Mobility
A Message from Fearrington Cares
North Carolina has set up an at-home vaccination hotline for people with limited mobility. The NC Department of Health and Human Services has partnered with the Piedmont Triad Regional Council Area Agency on Aging to provide free COVID-19 vaccinations to people who cannot leave their homes. Caregivers, providers, and individuals across North Carolina can schedule an in-home vaccination by calling 866-303-0026.
Updated October 9
Greetings to our crustacean-craving crowd… If you have been longing for fresh lobster, plan on a special dinner this week when Cousins Maine Lobster returns on Wednesday (Oct. 13th) from 5 - 7:30 pm. Choose from your favorite delicacies…. the Maine roll (chilled with mayo) or Connecticut roll (warm with butter), lobster tacos or quesadillas, lobster bisque or dare to be different with clam chowder, or indulge and enjoy the epitome of comfort food—lobster grilled cheese!!
Remember that in order to preorder, you must download the Cousins Maine Lobster app from the Apple Store or Google Play. Please (cont'd....)
Posted June 26
On June 16, members of the FHA Board and the Long Range Planning Committee met with representatives of the NC Department of Transportation (NCDoT), Justin Bullock, Jennifer Britt, and Blaine Rivers. The purpose of the meeting was to address several questions that have arisen concerning roads and pathways in Fearrington Village.
The FHA Walking Paths and Nature Trails Subcommittee has developed a list of proposed improvements for roadside pathways and crosswalks with Fearrington Village. A number of questions arose concerning state statutes and regulations that might affect these proposals. The subcommittee’s proposals are listed in a separate document.
Posted September 22
From Chatham County Sheriff’s Office
Attention residents! Today, our Office was made aware of a rash of scam calls affecting Chatham County residents. These so-called “government impostor” scams are not new, and tend to resurface across NC from year to year. For instance, in April (cont'd....)
Mondays—Chair Yoga (via Zoom)
Wednesdays—Otago Fall-Prevention Exercises (via Zoom) (No class October 13.)
Thursdays—Line Dancing in person; attendees must be fully vaccinated. (No class October 7.)
(9:00 am—12:00 pm, Monday—Friday)
Walk-in clinic open for fully vaccinated residents. Appointment required for unvaccinated residents; call 919-542-6877.
Foot Clinic: Thursday, October 21; appointment required; call 919-542-6877.
Mondays, 10:00 am
Brainiacs Memory Café:
Every Wednesday, 10:00 am
Tuesdays, October 5, 19; 1:30 pm
Cancer Support Group:
Tuesday, October 26; 1:30-3:00 pm.
“Take a Detour from the Ordinary: Play Bridge.” This month join us for just such an opportunity EVERY Wednesday in October. Play starts at 1 pm at The Gathering Place. The first time is free; after that, players pay $7 to defray costs. Our director, John Torrey, keeps us honest,
"Fearrington Preserve" Has a Wastewater Problem
Posted August 19
On August 16th, the Chatham County Commissioners held a public hearing on an application by Congruus LLC to expand the boundaries of the Compact Community Ordinance (CCO) to include 186 acres of land that they had assembled and hoped to densely (cont'd....)
Testimony of Rose Krasnow – August 16, 2021 (Congruus)
My name is Rose Krasnow and I reside at 594 Woodbury in Fearrington Village. Professionally, I am an urban planner who served three terms as the Mayor of Rockville, Maryland. Now I am Vice President of the Fearrington Homes Association and (cont'd....)
The pool season is over, but club activities continue. The upper lawn, cabana, and croquet court are available year-round.
Here are our croquet plans for the fall:
Jeff Soo, Internationally Known Croquet Player
Plans are underway for Jeff Soo to be here Tuesday, October 19! The day will include individual (cont'd....)
Do You Knit? Crochet?
In 2013 a group of dedicated knitters created a colorful Knit Blitz along the Creekwood Trail, followed by a second installation in the Village Center. Both whimsical projects caught the eye and brought smiles to viewers.
We have been given approval by RB Fitch to use (cont'd....)
All women new to Fearrington Village or Galloway Ridge and who are interested in learning about the village and meeting other newcomers are invited to sign up for our “Welcome to Fearrington” coffees, currently being held outdoors. Please pass the word to your new neighbors! Small groups will be scheduled (cont'd....)
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