Weekend Update: December 9-11

UPDATE: THE N.C. POTTERY FAIR HAS BEEN CANCELED THIS YEAR. More than 50 exhibitors from across the state will participate in the second annual N.C. Pottery Fair. Famous potters from Sanford and Seagrove will be among those present. The event will be held in the Holshouser Building Friday through Sunday and will also feature a wine tasting hosted by three N.C. wineries.

The N.C. Pottery Fair will be held Friday to Sunday in the Holshouser Building.

Carousel Farms of Raleigh will present Bulls, Bells & Barrels in the Hunt Horse Complex Friday and Saturday. Championship bull riding, barrel racing, equestrian-themed holiday shopping and live entertainment guarantee fun for the entire family.

Young martial arts students from around the region will showcase their skills Saturday as part of the Young Champions Karate Best of the Best in Dorton Arena. The event is designed to promote physical fitness, good sportsmanship, confidence and competitive spirit.

The Raleigh Flea Market will be open as usual Saturday and Sunday. Vendors from across the Tarheel state will be selling everything from afghans to wall hangings and much more.

About Tilt-A-Whirl

Jeff Miles interned for the N.C. State Fair in 2011. This is his bio from that year: People usually call me Jeff Miles but when asked what my favorite part of Fair was, rides was the first thing that came to mind--so call me Tilt-A-Whirl from here on out. I've always been a big fan of the State Fair and I'm really excited to be working here this summer. I'll be bringing you weekly updates on the goings on at the fairgrounds and hopefully much more. I can't wait to see you all in October (and hopefully before)!

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