Farmers Market is open Wednesday
The Weaverville Farmers Market will be open from 4 to 7 p.m. today, July 3, in Lowden Park to help kick off July 4 celebrations this year. Grace and Ash will be playing music.
Start off your holiday with a nice selection of fresh vegetables, yummy baked goods and more.
Fourth of July morning run set
This Fourth of July morning lace up your walking or running shoes to join in the annual Fun Run. Both the 2½-mile and 5-mile courses loop through the scenic Weaver Bally trails behind Trinity High School. Walkers and runners of all ages are invited to join; you will be done in plenty of time for the parade.
Pre-register at Main Street Shoes, 521 Main St., Weaverville. Help us streamline the race start time by swinging by Main Street Shoes during their business hours, and pick up your race number, sign your waiver and order a T-shirt, too.
The event is rain or shine, at 8 a.m., and starts and finishes at the Trinity High School track. Race-day registration begins at 7:15 a.m. at the THS track. Awards are given to the overall winners and age-group winners of each race. All proceeds benefit Trinity High School athletics.
Organizers thank you for supporting our local student-athletes.
Fourth of July Ice Cream Social
Don’t miss this year’s Ice Cream Social on Thursday, July 4, hosted by Trinity Congregational Church. Ice cream, homemade pies, brownies and cookies will be served from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the meadow next to the church, 733 Main St.
Proceeds benefit the church and its support of local community programs and social services.
If you are willing to contribute pies, cakes, cookies and brownies, they may be dropped off at Trinity Congregational Church’s Parish Hall, 735 Main St., from 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, June 3.
Additional volunteers are also needed on Thursday, July 4, to help with the event – first shift 8:15 a.m. to noon, second shift 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Contact the Rev. Kacey Alexander at 623-3101 if you want to share baked goods or volunteer your time.
July 4th celebrations at Trinity Theatre
While you and your family are waiting for and watching the Fourth of July parade, enjoy a bag of parade popcorn beginning at 10:15 a.m. from the Trinity Theatre. $2 bags.
Immediately following the parade, the theater will be hosting a special showing of two short films made in 1939 and 1940 here in Weaverville — “The Little Town That Wanted to be Beautiful” and “Shop Weaverville.” Come see these two vintage views of your grandfather’s Weaverville. The total run time is 23 minutes in air-conditioned comfort.
Rotary Club of Weaverville Parade
The 44th annual Rotary Club of Weaverville 4th of July Parade will take place at 11:30 a.m. on Main Street in historic downtown Weaverville.
Come enjoy a beautiful day watching a traditional old-time parade. There are many activities going on that day and throughout the weekend. Bring the family to come celebrate our country’s birthday.
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TCVFD pancake breakfast July 6
The Trinity Center Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary will be hosting its annual Fourth of July fundraiser on Saturday, July 6, at the IOOF Hall in Trinity Center.
The breakfast will include eggs, all-you-can-eat pancakes, sausages, fresh fruit, juice and coffee. The cost is $10 per adult, $6 for children ages 6 to 10, with children under 5 eating free. Breakfast will be served from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
‘Come Run with the Pack’ Saturday
“Run with the Pack” is just as important as “Once a Wolf, Always a Wolf” — Trinity High alumni understand both! From 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 6, come and enjoy Alumni Day in the Park. This event is not for just the alumni living here and/or alumni visiting Weaverville for the 4th of July celebration, it is for the community. If you want to make contact with someone that was (or was not) from your class; see a favorite teacher; visit an old friend or their parents, this is the place to be!
This annual event has become an important part of the 4th of July celebration. Everyone is welcome and encouraged by organizers to attend — you will see classmates, friends, THS teachers and parents. Wear your red and white as we again put our hearts together.
If you have any THS memorabilia or pictures, please bring them along to share. THS Alumni, THS Booster Club, and THS Scholarship Foundation will have information available regarding their organizations. Below is an order of events.
THS Alumni Day in the Park
Saturday, July 6 (1 to 4 p.m.)
South lawn area of Lowden Park (by the softball field)
1:15 p.m. – Dick Morris and/or Jeff Morris – playing of the school song
2:30 p.m. – Alumni picture
2:45 p.m. – Announcement of Sports Hall of Fame 2019 inductees
Bring a chair and enjoy the day.
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Trinity County Animal shelter fireworks preparation reminder
The Trinity County Animal Shelter would like to remind everyone that the 4th of July is fast approaching. Shelter workers hope that everyone has a good time and enjoys the celebration, but remember that the loud noises that come with people celebrations can be less of a good time for the animals in your life.
The Weaverville Chamber of Commerce’s annual fireworks show is set for 10 p.m. Friday, July 5, but other impromptu and dangerous fireworks parties often occur in neighborhoods throughout the county.
Make sure that your dogs are securely contained inside prior to fireworks or other loud events. Consider leaving your radio or television on to help block out the noises.
Across the country animal shelters are inundated with lost and scared dogs following the Fourth of July and Trinity County is no exception. Please make sure that your pet has identification, such as a county license.
If your pet does go missing, check social media or come to the shelter during business hours to look for them. The shelter will be closed to the public on July 4 so that our staff can celebrate with their families.