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Soaking in the Sunshine

Nestled behind the Village Center is Camden Park. The pedestrian friendly and scenic park is filled with lively wildflower meadows and quirky stone sheep. Many residents and guest alike enjoy a stroll through the park throughout the day!

Overlooking the water in Camden Park is a the perfect place to rest or enjoy the sunshine. Camden Park is a popular place to perch in Fearrington for its proximity to the village and to our neighborhoods. Take in the views of Fearrington’s quiet neighborhoods and their harmony with the natural landscape while you enjoy the summer sunshine!

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Summer Fruit for Skincare

We all know that fruits have health benefits, but did you know that they can help you beautify too? Well, it’s true! Both from the inside, when eaten, and on the outside, when used in topical beauty treatments, fruit treatments have wonderful results. Here are two summer fruits we have combined to create three unique treatments at The Spa at Fearrington. Cucumbers have been consumed in healthy eating regimens and used in beauty products for decades. Over the years, cucumbers have been used... Full Post >

Fearrington’s PORCH Program

This weekend, Fearrington's Chapter of PORCH celebrated reaching their 50 ton milestone! Fearrington residents have donated over 50 tons of food to PORCH since May 2011, when the chapter was started. Fearrington is CORA's largest single contributor of food. In April alone, Fearrington's chapter donated 2,072 pounds of food! PORCH, People Offering Relief for Chapel Hill/Carrboro Homes was started by three women in 2009 to help increase food bank contributions. Once a month,... Full Post >

A Sizzling Southern Summer

Just as our air conditioners kick in to keep us cool, McIntyre’s has a slew of authors coming through who will suck out all the freon and have you sipping iced tea while sitting out on the porch reading, reading, and reading some more. Some experts have opined that the South is losing its identity due to the mallification of America. Well, these four authors show that the experts, like most critics, are wrong. Harrison Scott Key and his memoir The World’s Largest Man, coming... Full Post >

Triangle Restaurant Week

Triangle Restaurant Week returns to The Granary this week! The Granary is offering a three course lunch for $15, and a three course dinner for $30 this week. Both menus feature fan favorites and utilize the produce from our Fearrington gardens, like Local Vegetable Salad with Pasta Ribbons, and the Herb Crusted Braised Veal with Ratatouille! Triangle Restaurant Week encourages visitors and residents alike to experience excellent cuisine. We're excited to participate with the other... Full Post >

Fearrington Coffee

Did you know over 100lbs of coffee beans are roasted at Fearrington every week? Those beans make the coffee at The Goat for frappes and gelato, morning coffee at breakfast at The Fearrington House, and after dinner at The Granary. Fearrington coffee just doesn't compare to big name coffee blends, says Fearrington's coffee roaster, Patrick. "We use only premium Arabica beans and carefully roast our coffee to the best of its potential," he said. "We ensure freshness by bagging our coffee the... Full Post >