Johnston County Event Calendar
Shop Small Selma!
Support Small businesses in Selma by shopping our antiques, retail and pop-up vendors along Raiford, Waddell, Anderson and railroad streets.
The Max G. Creech Historic Museum and the Big Red Caboose at Union Depot will be open for tours and information as well.
In addition, there will be Local Authors available for book signings at the following locations:
## Michele Leathers @Coffee On Raiford from 10:00am – 1:00pm Signing her book “Shadow Copy”
## Mary Susan Heath @Max G. Creech Historic Museum from 10:00 – 12:00pm Signing her book “Legs Around The World”
Each store and pop-up vendor will have their own sales and specials, so be sure to reach out to them prior to see what’s in store!
N. Raiford Street Pop-Up Vendor List
** Kettle Corn (Michael Sneed) — various flavors of Kettle Corn bagged and ready to purchase.
** Needlesong (Pam Guthrie) — Bead woven jewelry, pictures, beaded ornaments.
** Robin’s World of Seashells and Beyond (Robin Cavanaugh) — Seashell Christmas trees, Seashell ornaments, Christmas Wreaths.
** The Bus Top Market Shoppe (Junior Gabriel) — Seasonal Veggies, Signs, Cutting Boards, T-Shirts.
** WDW Strawberry Farm & Roadside Stand (Denise Worley) — Strawberry Vinaigrette Dressing, Strawberry Jam, Jelly, Salsa all made from Strawberries picked on the farm.
By shopping small businesses, you are keeping 60% of every dollar spent right here in Selma and you are supporting a family-owned business that sponsors their community sports teams and town events making Selma a livable community.
ChamberSoul cellist/vocalist Shana Tucker, accompanied by Christian Tamburr on piano, share “songs for the season” — a thoughtfully curated evening of music and conversation, in classic cabaret style. This musical program will feature songs celebrating the upcoming holidays and also selections that reflect upon the “season” of 2020.
Local vendors will be on site to help you with all your Christmas gifts. Food truck will be there also
Just a safe day of shopping to help get you in the Christmas Spirit.
Santa will take a ride around Selma on his second favorite sleigh; Selma’s BIG RED Fire Engine!
Santa’s ride through Selma will begin at 10:00 am on Saturday, December 5th and will be in the following areas at these approximate times:
10 am – 10:25 am
E Lizzie St, Redwood, Millbrook St, Wood St, Ray St, White St, Hare St, Winston Cr
10:25 am – 10:40am
N Sharpe St, Dixie Dr, Pecan Dr, Bennett Dr, E Griswold St
10:40am – 10:45am
W Griswold St, N Pollock St, Poole Dr, N Sumner Street by Selma Elementary
10:45am – 11:00am
Cherry St, N Green St, Walnut St, 1st, 2nd, 3rd Ave, Primrose, 4th Ave, Merriman
11:00am – 11:20am
River Rd, Shadow Bend, Driftwood, Shady Grove, Deebeau, Hunting Dr, River Oak
11:20am – 11:40am
River Rd, W Oak, Forest, W Waddell, W Anderson, W Railroad
11:40am – 12:00pm
MLK, W Noble, West St, W Preston St, S Green, King Cir, S Peedin St
12:00pm – 12:15pm
S Smithfield St, S Sumner St, S Massey St, Dogwood Dr
12:15pm – 12:35pm
Ricks Rd, S Raiford St, MLK Blvd, S Webb St, S Sharpe St, E Preston St, S Sellers St
12:35 – 1:00pm
E Anderson St, N Sellers St, Godwin, N Sharpe St, N Webb St, N Raiford St
Santa is VERY busy, so the times are approximate. Please be patient and give him 5 minutes here or there.
Come outside and wave to Santa and start this Christmas Season off right!
Call Parks and Recreation for more information at 919-975-1411.
Thank you and MERRY CHRISTMAS !!
This concert will be broadcasted via YouTube at the following link: https://youtu.be/kgZDMovof_A
Probable Kauze is a band out of Raleigh that plays a wide selection of music. The band covers everything from rock and country to hip hop and pop – from the 70’s through today.
Each band member plays a number of different instruments, including percussion, banjos, mandolins, guitars, keyboards and more!
This livestream concert is made possible, in part, by the Clayton Cultural Arts Foundation.