July 2019   |  Volume 43
Join us for our July 4 Celebration
Plans are being finalized for the Town's July 4 celebration in Weaverville. July 4 falls on Thursday and the Town will hold its celebration that day.

All events will take place on Main Street this year. Booths selling all types of food, local crafts, and games for children will open at 5pm at the Town's municipal parking lot. Opening ceremonies will be held on the stage in front of Maggie B's wine shop
A covered area in the municipal lot next to the Weaverville drug store will be available for eating or resting. Following this, there will be a variety of music by Devils in Dus t . Fireworks will be shot at the Weaverville Primary School baseball field at 10:00pm and this will culminate the celebration.

Main Street will be closed from Church Street to Brown Street at noon on this day.

Dottie Sherrill, Council Member
Town of Weaverville
Map of July 4 Block Party
Know before you go:
NO PETS are permitted at the July 4 Celebration. Please leave them safe at home.
Alcohol is not permitted on the streets in Weaverville during the July 4th Block Party.
While some may consider sparklers to be safer than fireworks, they can be very dangerous and are therefore not permitted at the Town's July 4 celebration.
Introducing FIrefighter Snyder!
We would like to introduce you to Firefighter/EMT Taylor Snyder. Firefighter Snyder has worked for the Town of Weaverville Fire Department since mid-November 2018. He started in fire service in April 2009, volunteering at Mills River Fire and Rescue. He is 26 years old and getting married in August 2019. His hobbies include fly-fishing, fly tying, and being at the lake with friends and family. He has shared, "What I love most about this job is helping people on their worst day and getting to meet many different people."

Welcome Taylor! Thank you for your service to the Town!   
Important Message from Weaverville Fire Department
All of us love our children and want the best for them in life. But too many times children are being forgotten and left in a vehicle for whatever reasons. Did you know a vehicle can heat up 20 degrees or more in just 10 minutes? With our normal summer temperatures, this can create life threatening conditions for a child in just minutes iof left in a vehicle Please read and adopt these safety guidelines to insure your child is not left in this perilous circumstance and you are not left without your child!
Community Events
Be a Hero
Heroes come in all types!! The Town of Weaverville will be hosting a Blood Drive event, sponsored by The Blood Connection organization on July 13, 2019 from 12:30 – 7 pm in the Town Hall Community Room. Come donate and change a life!!
Weaverville Tailgate Market
Open Every Wednesday
2:30pm to 6pm
76 Monticello Rd, Weaverville, NC

The Tailgate Market will be having a Cooking Demo July 17 and Kid's Program sponsored by the Weaverville Library July 24 and Zucchini Bread Contest July 31. Also, come and enjoy David Dye playing music every week. 

Dogwood Cottage Baking; Little Creek Nursery
Simple Bread; Sister of Mother Earth; Ivy Creek Family Farm; Fermenti; Sweet Brine'd Fermented Foods; Visual Dialogue; Balm Mtn Soap; Brockwood Furniture; Dillingham Family Farm; Alchemist; Fox Run Farm and Rabbitry;
~ Submitted by the Weaverville Tailgate Market

Town of Weaverville
Town Hall Physical Location:
30 South Main Street, Weaverville, NC 28787

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 338, Weaverville, NC 28787

(828) 645-7116

Town Hall Business Hours:
8:30am- 5:00pm Monday - Friday

Town Council Meetings:
Regular Meetings are held the 3rd Monday of each month at 7:00pm at Town Hall, 30 South Main Street

Town Council Meeting Agendas & Minutes: Town Council Agendas and Minutes