Posts Tagged ‘Town of Mount Olive’
2020 North Carolina Pickle Festival Has Been Cancelled
Organizers of the 2020 North Carolina Pickle Festival today announced the cancellation of the event, citing concerns about the coronavirus pandemic. “This grieves us deeply, because the festival is so much fun, and it just brings out the best in all of us,” said Lynn Williams, festival co-chairman. “But we also believe the health and…Read More
2018 Chili Cookoff!
As the cool weather sets in here in North Carolina, it’s the perfect time to start practicing and perfecting your chili recipes for the 2018 Chili Cookoff! The Chili Cookoff is a huge hit each year and provides a little extra spice for the NC Pickle Festival. Last year’s Chili Cookoff winner, Mike Singleton from…Read More
Our Dill-lightful Entertainment Lineup
Don’t forget your dancing shoes as you head to downtown Mount Olive Saturday, April 29th. The Pickle Festival will have 3 different entertainment stages with lineups that will keep everyone pleased. From musical acts to dancing groups and even a praise stage, there is truly something that will pique anyone’s interests. Here’s what you can…Read More
NC Pickle Festival Kicks Off with Friday Night Concert and More!
The 2017 North Carolina Pickle Festival is back and it’s kicking off on Friday night with three new events you won’t want to miss. Bring the family or grab your friends and head downtown for a live concert by Dakota Blue, the Cuke Patch 5K Glow Run and Pay One Price Carnival Rides. Dakota Blue,…Read More
Friendly Competition at the North Carolina Pickle Festival
Among the tens of thousands of visitors to Mount Olive on Saturday, April 29th for the N.C. Pickle Festival, there is some room for friendly competition. Some talented festivalgoers might be enjoying their tasty pickles with a side of sweet victory after participating in the competitive events being offered this year at the festival. Tour…Read More
First South Bank Brings Back the Homestyle Chili Cookoff
Dust off your aprons and get your signature seasonings because the NC Pickle Festival is once again bringing back the Homestyle Chili Cookoff, presented by First South Bank and Goldsboro News-Argus. Last year, six teams competed in the inaugural Homestyle Chili Cookoff and after tasting such sweet success, we’ve decided to bring it back for…Read More
Visiting the Town of Mount Olive
Growing your town’s population from 4,500 to up to 40,000 in one day is no small undertaking. On Saturday, April 23rd the Town of Mount Olive, North Carolina will once again play host to the North Carolina Pickle Festival, an event that draws tens of thousands to its downtown. We are proud of all three…Read More