Celebrate Thanksgiving in Rose Hill, NC

Come Celebrate Thanksgiving at the Oldest Winery in NC

The beginning of the holiday season is a great but also a very busy time of year for most of us. Friends come back into town! More friends come back to visit!!! Your family comes and more family comes!!! And don’t forget about Black Friday, :(. What a mess time consuming mess this can turn into.

If you are like us, every year we have Thanksgiving Dinner with our immediate family. It’s a tradition. After this there’s little time left to spend visiting with friends before we all head back to school and work.

How do you make time for Everyone?

If you want to spend some time and experience the Thanksgiving holiday with your friends thenĀ Duplin Winery located in the tiny town Rose Hill, NC will be hosting their 2nd annual Thanksgiving Dinner Feast on November 14th, 2013 from 5 – 8 PM.

Rose Hill is located near the cities of Fayetteville, Jacksonville and Wilmington, NC.

If you have never had the chance to visit Duplin winery, this is the oldest winery in North Carolina and not only does it have great wines but also a restaurant and offers a nice little gift shop to find unique trinkets.

More about Duplin’s Thanksgiving Feast

This will be a family friendly event and the founder’s of the winery will be present to celebrate with you.

The price is $35 but well worth it.

What type of food will be served? This will include all the classic Thanksgiving foods: Turkey, Stuffing, Marsh potatoes and more.

The event begins at 5 PM on the 14th where there will be cocktails served in the museum. Then at 6 PM you will head to the dinning hall for the classic dinner.

The event ends at 8 PM.

Not only will there be a ton of great foods to enjoy but there will also be acoustic holiday music and many great wines.

Maybe you will find a new favorite wine? Maybe you will find one that you think a friend would love, pick them up a case for their Christmas present

Learn more about the different events occurring in North Carolina this Fall of 2013.

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