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  1. Volunteers Sought for Recreation Board

    The town is seeking applicants for three seats on its Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee. Read on...
  2. Proposed Budget Presented to Council

    The proposed fiscal year 2016-2017 budget was presented to the Holly Springs Town Council at its meeting May 3. Read on...
  3. Carolina Children's Theatre Performs at Cultural Center

    Tickets are available for the Carolina Children’s Theatre presentation of “The Elves and the Shoemaker” May 13-15 at Holly Springs Cultural Center. Read on...
  4. Town Council Updated on County Landfill Operations

    Wake County officials continue exploring how to minimize odor from the South Wake Landfill while visualizing how tree-planting could change the view over 20-30 years as the landfill height rises. Read on...
  5. Farmers Market Opens 10th Season on Saturday, May 7

    The nationally-recognized Holly Springs Farmers Market opens its 10th season downtown Saturday, May 7 with strawberries and other seasonal produce, all-natural meats, free-range eggs, honey, flowers, bath and body products, and more. Read on...
  6. Town of Holly Springs Receives Five Excellence in Communications Awards

    The Town of Holly Springs was among 14 North Carolina governments to earn recognition in the Ninth North Carolina City & County Communicators’ Excellence in Communications Awards with two first place and three second place awards. Read on...
  1. May 7
  2. The Farmers Market | Opening Day Season 10

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  3. Wake Tech v. Catawba Valley Community College (Double Header)

    Wake Tech Men's Baseball
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  4. Holly Springs Kiwanis Kids Appreciation Day

    14th annual festival hosted by Holly Springs Parks and Recreation and Kiwanis Club of Holly Springs. Features bounce houses, games, contests, giveaways, raffles, mascot appearance, local celebrity appearances, a silent auction, and free food for the kids. Terrific Kids and Terrific Teachers are recognized and rewarded. Sponsorship and proceeds go to fund the event to keep it free for all kids as well as the general fund for Kiwanis Club philanthropic activities.
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  1. May 8
  2. Wake Tech v. Catawba Valley Community College

    Wake Tech Men's Baseball
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  1. May 9
  2. Adult Basketball Registration

    Holly Springs Parks & Recreation- Adult Basketball Registration opens May 9th-May 27th. $400 per team + $20 per nonresident. This league is open until filled. For further information, contact (919) 557-9600 or visit our website at http://www.hollyspringsnc.us/279/Basketball.
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  1. This Week in Government
    Town Council Meeting | May 3, 7 p.m.
    The Holly Springs Town Council meets Tuesday in the Town Hall Council Chambers. Meeting agenda »

    Farmers Market Opens | May 7, 8:30 a.m.
    The Holly Springs Farmers Market opens for the season. More info »