Local Events In Johnston County

Dated: 10/03/2017

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Check out the list below of local events going on through December. 

  • Thirsty Thursday at Wine on Main in Clayton Every Thursday from 5-7pm

 

  • 42nd Annual Selma Railroad Days October 7th 8am-5pm

 

  • Wilson Mills Pumpkin Festival October 14th 10am-4pm

 

  • Touch-A-Truck October 28th 10am-2pm in Smithfield

 

  • Lazy O Farm Trick or Treating In The Maze October 28th 12pm-5pm 

 

  • Downtown Clayton Trick-or-Treat October 31st 2:30-4pm

 

  • Dewayne’s 16th Annual Christmas Open House November 2nd 4-9pm in Smithfield

 

  • Meadow Lights start November 17th and runs through December 31st 5pm-10pm in Benson

 

  • Clayton Christmas Village & Tree Lighting November 30th at 5:30. Tree lighting is at 8pm.

 

  • Dewayne’s Girls Night Out December 7th 5-9pm in Smithfield

 

  • Clayton Christmas Parade 2nd Saturday in December at 3pm

 

For more information on these events or to see the complete list click here.



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