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23310
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The fourth annual Enfield Fishing Creek Paddle took place in May as locals and tourists participated in kayaking down the river.
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24851
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For those who love to kayak or canoe, this year’s annual Enfield Fishing Creek Paddle is the place to be. This is the sixth year the paddle has been hosted and, new this year, will include a section of river previously not included. Registration is required and includes lunch, a free gift, and live entertainment.
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38131
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Enfield, population about 1,000 in the early twentieth century, had two larger than life distinctions: early adopter among North Carolina’s towns of crop rotation; world’s top producer of raw peanuts. Even if it no longer can offer the latter boast, the author proclaims Enfield can still tout its peanuts as the tastiest in the world in events like its Cotton and Peanut Festival.
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39433
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The Ahoskie Christmas Tour of Homes began in the 1970's by the Ahoskie Woman's Club as a biennial event.
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39915
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In April 2017, the Downtown Enfield Restoration and Preservation Association (DERP) will sponsor the 7th Annual Fishing Creek Paddle and the Second Bless Your Art Downtown Enfield Art Show.
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38136
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The oldest certified White Ash tree is one of many aspects about the town that’s also the oldest town in Halifax County. Making the town a must-see for lovers of North Caroliniana include historic homes such as Branch Grove, Gray Hall, Shell Castle, Glen Burnie, and Conoconnara Hall. Articles of North Caroliniana noted were the town’s involvement with the American Revolution through the Halifax Resolves and Enfield Riots.