What a beautiful spring day for our St. Patrick’s Day cruise-in. Gary our DJ dressed in style for the occasion! We had lots of classic cars and trucks. A great start to our cruise-in schedule. Join us next month on April 21st for the next cruise-in or any third Saturday of the month until November.
Gold Rush days in the Village of Gold Hill will be here soon. On May 12th we will have Arts, Crafts, a quilt walk, bookfest (with authors) and story telling.
If you’d like to be a vendor at Gold Rush Days print out the application form and mail it in with your fee. We hope you’ll join us for a great event.
Gold Rush Days 2012 Vendor App
We have two new merchants opening soon in the Village of Gold Hill! Come visit them and check them out! Opening dates will be posted when announced.
The File Store: Opening in the Spring, 2012, The File Store will sell antiques, home decor, and more. Come into this 1906’s unique former general store to see treasures of the past and present!
River Pine Arts: Coming in April! Check out the original watercolors, acrylics, photography, warm glass, stained glass, lamp work, wire design, jewelry making, pottery, mixed media and custom framing.
Join us at 10 AM on April 7th for our annual Easter egg hunt! Bring your children to hunt for eggs and have a chance to see the Easter Bunny. You can take their picture with the Easter Bunny!
Come and celebrate the 1st Anniversary of Bakery, Baskets and Gifts on March 17th. From 12 noon until 4PM you can drop by their backyard for refreshments and a chance to win a door prize.
Bakery, Baskets and Gifts is at 850 St. Stephens Church Rd. Gold Hill NC.
Spring will be here soon and March 17 starts our monthly classic car cruise in. Join us in the village, bring your classic car or just come and enjoy the ones that will be here.
The cruise in is every 3rd Saturday from March-October. 2PM-Dark
Gold Hill is a historic community in central North Carolina. Gold Hill was the site of the original US gold rush. Starting in 1842 Gold was mined and many deep mines produced gold. A mining community of such size that the mayor of nearby Charlotte, NC said, “I hope that one day Charlotte can be as large as Gold Hill”.
Gold Hill is now home to a beautiful park and a village full of merchants in restored or reproduction period shops.
Please come visit us in Gold Hill! It’s a wonderful place to visit.