The Elizabethtown-White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce has a lot of plans for this summer. There will be plenty of fun in the sun if everything goes as Executive Director, Dawn Maynard and the chamber board members have planned.
First on the list is the Annual Chamber Banquet on Tuesday, June 21st. This year the chamber has added a Mini Expo to the social time at the banquet. If you would like your business featured at the banquet with a table decorated showcasing your company, the investment is only $50 extra dollars when you purchase two tickets and the exposure will be worth it, says, Charlotte Smith, the Chamber President. The deadline to reserve your table is June 17th.
Next on the schedule is a new event called the “Sunset Jams, Alive after Five” featuring “Steve Owens & Summertime” band at Goldston’s Beach in White Lake on Thursday, June 30th. Dawn announced the plans on Thursday this week and she said, “We hope to make this an annual event.”
The lake will have the annual fireworks display on July 4th this year to celebrate Independence Day. Dawn said everything is set for the yearly event and a large crowd always attends the celebration.
The White Lake Water Festival rescheduled their Funday Sunday for July 24th due to rain at this year’s festival. The fun will begin at 1 pm and will last until the crowd leaves. There will be a Lawn & Garden Tractor Pull, a Classic Car Show, vendors and music.
Last, but certainly not least, everyone is buzzing about the annual Summer Concert Series in Elizabethtown at the Cape Fear Farmer’s Market. The first concert will be held on July 14th with “The Entertainers”. Next will be the band, “Spare Change” on July 28th. August 11th the concert series will have, “Rivermist Band”. The series will end with a local band, “Black Water Rhythm & Blues” on August 25th. The series will run the second and fourth Thursdays of July and August.
All the Chamber’s events are open to the public and everyone is invited to attend every function. If you would like to sponsor one of the events, volunteer your services, or if you have questions, contact Dawn Maynard at (910) 862-4368 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Share: