Fuquay-Varina Downtown will host a ticketed Holiday Sleigh Ride on Thursday, November 29th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm during the Town Christmas Tree Lighting. Tickets are distributed to Sponsors & Friends of Downtown. Remaining tickets are available to the public at a ticket sale the night before the Sleigh Ride. For info about becoming a Friend, please visit our website www.fuquay-varinadowntown.com.
The sleigh ride will be located at TR Ashworth’s Station (120 S. Main Street) in the historic Fuquay District.
EVERYONE MUST HAVE A TICKET THE NIGHT OF THE EVENT.
*** General Admissions Ticket Information ***
We are unable to presell & No requests to hold tickets can be honored.
Where can tickets be purchased?
108 Raleigh Street – FVDA Office
When can they be purchased?
Wednesday afternoon – November 28
6:30pm Doors open to the office
How much are the tickets?
Maximum of 4 tickets per adult
Children under 2 can ride on a parents lap for free.
*** Sponsors and Friends of Downtown ***
Your donation benefit of Fast Pass Tickets can be picked up November 19 & 20th (from 10-2pm) 108 Raleigh Street
Email for other times: email@example.com
Due to the horses only being able to pull the sleigh for a limited amount of time there are limited number of tickets for this event.
Originally scheduled for September 22, this event will now be held on November 17th from 1 PM – 5 PM.
$10.00 per 10 Tasting tickets – available for purchase the day of event. The BBQ always sells out before the end of the day, so come early if you want to sample the best BBQ around! BBQ, Blues & Brews is laid back, fun and profitable event for winners as they compete for bragging rights and Prize Money. We hope to see you there!
Head Downtown this weekend and take an Art Walk! See the winning En Plein Air canvases 🎨find artists painting in this year’s event 🐅spot Bengal Tigers on Parade and other works that have become part of the growing arts scene in downtown. 🚶From start to finish, it’s just over a mile and there are over 100 local businesses to discover along the way!
Printable Art Walk Map
We had the opportunity to host our first Friends of Downtown Thank You party! Our thanks to Felecia Hipp for use of the space and to all of you that helped us celebrate the 25th year of the organization! FVDA’s Roaring 20’s Speakeasy is now on the books!
Joseph Fasy, of Hook and Cleaver Market on Broad, has been a big part of revitalization efforts in downtown and helped us by donating a variety of era appropriate foods for our guests. You should have seen the sparkle in his eyes when we told him the plan. It’s no wonder he was just mentioned in Southern Living and continues to do amazing things in the food industry.
The ladies were dazzling, the gentlemen dapper and Mr. Goodboothprovided the perfect spot to capture the shenanigans. Always a privilege to work with someone who strives to help your event and guests look their best- such a fun addition to any occasion! Thanks Jebb Graff!
Many others to thank for helping us make this evening possible including our Board of Directors for their time and contributions to the event.
Our local breweries: Aviator Brewing Company, Fainting Goat Brewing Company, The Mason Jar Lager Company
And local businesses that helped us with treats, decor and prizes!
4 Tour Farm
Raleigh Rum Company
We all enjoyed the jazzy sounds of Floyd’s Boys Band, a group of local students that put on a great show! There was even a little dancing…
We can’t wait for the next Friends of Downtown event! In the meantime, be on the look out for the downtown event posts and the yearly event card in your water bill and in local businesses. Our thanks to individuals, non-profits, businesses, the Fuquay-Varina Chamber of Commerce and Town of Fuquay-Varina for all they do to make this a great community!
Photo by Jebb Graff | jebbgraff.com
Production stills and some food photography from the filming of a Flavor, NC episode featuring Chef Joseph Fasy of Hook and Cleaver Market on Broad. Location: Fuquay Mineral Spring Inn and Garden
Build community. Support local. That’s our mission as a non-profit in downtown. We have the pleasure of working with hundreds of talented professionals. Thankfully, they share their talents with us and other groups they are called to help. We couldn’t do what we do without their help and support.
Most importantly, they share those talents with each other to help one another grow and support each other’s goals. After all, that’s a big part of what support local means. When you support them as well, it means even more. Build community. Support local. You never know how far your simple act or contribution will reach.