Parks & Recreation

North Park & Bigelow Community Center

North Park & Bigelow Community Center

Address: 849 Sharpe Road, Burlington, NC Phone: (336) 222-5030 Website: http://www.ci.burlington.nc.us
  • 7 Basketball Court (gym, 6 outdoor)
  • Two Playground Units (10×20)
  • Softball Field
  • Swimming Pool
  • Volleyball Capabilities
  • Walking Track

EVENTS

North Park Farmer’s Market

The North Park Farmers' Market (NPFM) was born out of a recognition that there are no grocery stores in the neighborhood around North Park, which makes it difficult for residents to access healthy food. Impact Alamance, Healthy Alamance, and the City of Burlington came together in June 2015 to begin developing the NPFM, and soon accrued many more community partners, including faith organizations, the Health Department, the Alamance County Libraries, NC State Extension, the Farm Bureau, the school system, local residents, local farmers, and many others. The market operates under the only permanent farmers' market shelter in Alamance County and runs every Tuesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. from April until October. If you are an interested vendor, please contact Ann Meletzke, ann.meletzke@conehealth.com Not only will the NPFM be a venue for fresh food, but it also offers culinary/nutrition classes, cooking demonstrations, health and wellness lectures, internship opportunities for high school students, and a community photo project. Check our page regularly to stay updated with our new projects and programs!
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June 26, 2018
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June 26, 2018
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3-6pm
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North Park Farmer’s Market

The North Park Farmers' Market (NPFM) was born out of a recognition that there are no grocery stores in the neighborhood around North Park, which makes it difficult for residents to access healthy food. Impact Alamance, Healthy Alamance, and the City of Burlington came together in June 2015 to begin developing the NPFM, and soon accrued many more community partners, including faith organizations, the Health Department, the Alamance County Libraries, NC State Extension, the Farm Bureau, the school system, local residents, local farmers, and many others. The market operates under the only permanent farmers' market shelter in Alamance County and runs every Tuesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. from April until October. If you are an interested vendor, please contact Ann Meletzke, ann.meletzke@conehealth.com Not only will the NPFM be a venue for fresh food, but it also offers culinary/nutrition classes, cooking demonstrations, health and wellness lectures, internship opportunities for high school students, and a community photo project. Check our page regularly to stay updated with our new projects and programs!
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July 3, 2018
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July 3, 2018
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3-6pm
Event Time:


North Park Farmer’s Market

The North Park Farmers' Market (NPFM) was born out of a recognition that there are no grocery stores in the neighborhood around North Park, which makes it difficult for residents to access healthy food. Impact Alamance, Healthy Alamance, and the City of Burlington came together in June 2015 to begin developing the NPFM, and soon accrued many more community partners, including faith organizations, the Health Department, the Alamance County Libraries, NC State Extension, the Farm Bureau, the school system, local residents, local farmers, and many others. The market operates under the only permanent farmers' market shelter in Alamance County and runs every Tuesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. from April until October. If you are an interested vendor, please contact Ann Meletzke, ann.meletzke@conehealth.com Not only will the NPFM be a venue for fresh food, but it also offers culinary/nutrition classes, cooking demonstrations, health and wellness lectures, internship opportunities for high school students, and a community photo project. Check our page regularly to stay updated with our new projects and programs!
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July 10, 2018
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July 10, 2018
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3-6pm
Event Time:


North Park Farmer’s Market

The North Park Farmers' Market (NPFM) was born out of a recognition that there are no grocery stores in the neighborhood around North Park, which makes it difficult for residents to access healthy food. Impact Alamance, Healthy Alamance, and the City of Burlington came together in June 2015 to begin developing the NPFM, and soon accrued many more community partners, including faith organizations, the Health Department, the Alamance County Libraries, NC State Extension, the Farm Bureau, the school system, local residents, local farmers, and many others. The market operates under the only permanent farmers' market shelter in Alamance County and runs every Tuesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. from April until October. If you are an interested vendor, please contact Ann Meletzke, ann.meletzke@conehealth.com Not only will the NPFM be a venue for fresh food, but it also offers culinary/nutrition classes, cooking demonstrations, health and wellness lectures, internship opportunities for high school students, and a community photo project. Check our page regularly to stay updated with our new projects and programs!
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July 17, 2018
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July 17, 2018
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3-6pm
Event Time:


North Park Farmer’s Market

The North Park Farmers' Market (NPFM) was born out of a recognition that there are no grocery stores in the neighborhood around North Park, which makes it difficult for residents to access healthy food. Impact Alamance, Healthy Alamance, and the City of Burlington came together in June 2015 to begin developing the NPFM, and soon accrued many more community partners, including faith organizations, the Health Department, the Alamance County Libraries, NC State Extension, the Farm Bureau, the school system, local residents, local farmers, and many others. The market operates under the only permanent farmers' market shelter in Alamance County and runs every Tuesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. from April until October. If you are an interested vendor, please contact Ann Meletzke, ann.meletzke@conehealth.com Not only will the NPFM be a venue for fresh food, but it also offers culinary/nutrition classes, cooking demonstrations, health and wellness lectures, internship opportunities for high school students, and a community photo project. Check our page regularly to stay updated with our new projects and programs!
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July 24, 2018
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July 24, 2018
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3-6pm
Event Time:


North Park Farmer’s Market

The North Park Farmers' Market (NPFM) was born out of a recognition that there are no grocery stores in the neighborhood around North Park, which makes it difficult for residents to access healthy food. Impact Alamance, Healthy Alamance, and the City of Burlington came together in June 2015 to begin developing the NPFM, and soon accrued many more community partners, including faith organizations, the Health Department, the Alamance County Libraries, NC State Extension, the Farm Bureau, the school system, local residents, local farmers, and many others. The market operates under the only permanent farmers' market shelter in Alamance County and runs every Tuesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. from April until October. If you are an interested vendor, please contact Ann Meletzke, ann.meletzke@conehealth.com Not only will the NPFM be a venue for fresh food, but it also offers culinary/nutrition classes, cooking demonstrations, health and wellness lectures, internship opportunities for high school students, and a community photo project. Check our page regularly to stay updated with our new projects and programs!
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July 31, 2018
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July 31, 2018
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3-6pm
Event Time:


North Park Farmer’s Market

The North Park Farmers' Market (NPFM) was born out of a recognition that there are no grocery stores in the neighborhood around North Park, which makes it difficult for residents to access healthy food. Impact Alamance, Healthy Alamance, and the City of Burlington came together in June 2015 to begin developing the NPFM, and soon accrued many more community partners, including faith organizations, the Health Department, the Alamance County Libraries, NC State Extension, the Farm Bureau, the school system, local residents, local farmers, and many others. The market operates under the only permanent farmers' market shelter in Alamance County and runs every Tuesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. from April until October. If you are an interested vendor, please contact Ann Meletzke, ann.meletzke@conehealth.com Not only will the NPFM be a venue for fresh food, but it also offers culinary/nutrition classes, cooking demonstrations, health and wellness lectures, internship opportunities for high school students, and a community photo project. Check our page regularly to stay updated with our new projects and programs!
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August 7, 2018
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August 7, 2018
End:

3-6pm
Event Time:


North Park Farmer’s Market

The North Park Farmers' Market (NPFM) was born out of a recognition that there are no grocery stores in the neighborhood around North Park, which makes it difficult for residents to access healthy food. Impact Alamance, Healthy Alamance, and the City of Burlington came together in June 2015 to begin developing the NPFM, and soon accrued many more community partners, including faith organizations, the Health Department, the Alamance County Libraries, NC State Extension, the Farm Bureau, the school system, local residents, local farmers, and many others. The market operates under the only permanent farmers' market shelter in Alamance County and runs every Tuesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. from April until October. If you are an interested vendor, please contact Ann Meletzke, ann.meletzke@conehealth.com Not only will the NPFM be a venue for fresh food, but it also offers culinary/nutrition classes, cooking demonstrations, health and wellness lectures, internship opportunities for high school students, and a community photo project. Check our page regularly to stay updated with our new projects and programs!
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August 14, 2018
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August 14, 2018
End:

3-6pm
Event Time:


North Park Farmer’s Market

The North Park Farmers' Market (NPFM) was born out of a recognition that there are no grocery stores in the neighborhood around North Park, which makes it difficult for residents to access healthy food. Impact Alamance, Healthy Alamance, and the City of Burlington came together in June 2015 to begin developing the NPFM, and soon accrued many more community partners, including faith organizations, the Health Department, the Alamance County Libraries, NC State Extension, the Farm Bureau, the school system, local residents, local farmers, and many others. The market operates under the only permanent farmers' market shelter in Alamance County and runs every Tuesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. from April until October. If you are an interested vendor, please contact Ann Meletzke, ann.meletzke@conehealth.com Not only will the NPFM be a venue for fresh food, but it also offers culinary/nutrition classes, cooking demonstrations, health and wellness lectures, internship opportunities for high school students, and a community photo project. Check our page regularly to stay updated with our new projects and programs!
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August 21, 2018
Start:

August 21, 2018
End:

3-6pm
Event Time:


North Park Farmer’s Market

The North Park Farmers' Market (NPFM) was born out of a recognition that there are no grocery stores in the neighborhood around North Park, which makes it difficult for residents to access healthy food. Impact Alamance, Healthy Alamance, and the City of Burlington came together in June 2015 to begin developing the NPFM, and soon accrued many more community partners, including faith organizations, the Health Department, the Alamance County Libraries, NC State Extension, the Farm Bureau, the school system, local residents, local farmers, and many others. The market operates under the only permanent farmers' market shelter in Alamance County and runs every Tuesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. from April until October. If you are an interested vendor, please contact Ann Meletzke, ann.meletzke@conehealth.com Not only will the NPFM be a venue for fresh food, but it also offers culinary/nutrition classes, cooking demonstrations, health and wellness lectures, internship opportunities for high school students, and a community photo project. Check our page regularly to stay updated with our new projects and programs!
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August 28, 2018
Start:

August 28, 2018
End:

3-6pm
Event Time:


North Park Farmer’s Market

The North Park Farmers' Market (NPFM) was born out of a recognition that there are no grocery stores in the neighborhood around North Park, which makes it difficult for residents to access healthy food. Impact Alamance, Healthy Alamance, and the City of Burlington came together in June 2015 to begin developing the NPFM, and soon accrued many more community partners, including faith organizations, the Health Department, the Alamance County Libraries, NC State Extension, the Farm Bureau, the school system, local residents, local farmers, and many others. The market operates under the only permanent farmers' market shelter in Alamance County and runs every Tuesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. from April until October. If you are an interested vendor, please contact Ann Meletzke, ann.meletzke@conehealth.com Not only will the NPFM be a venue for fresh food, but it also offers culinary/nutrition classes, cooking demonstrations, health and wellness lectures, internship opportunities for high school students, and a community photo project. Check our page regularly to stay updated with our new projects and programs!
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September 4, 2018
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September 4, 2018
End:

3-6pm
Event Time:


North Park Farmer’s Market

The North Park Farmers' Market (NPFM) was born out of a recognition that there are no grocery stores in the neighborhood around North Park, which makes it difficult for residents to access healthy food. Impact Alamance, Healthy Alamance, and the City of Burlington came together in June 2015 to begin developing the NPFM, and soon accrued many more community partners, including faith organizations, the Health Department, the Alamance County Libraries, NC State Extension, the Farm Bureau, the school system, local residents, local farmers, and many others. The market operates under the only permanent farmers' market shelter in Alamance County and runs every Tuesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. from April until October. If you are an interested vendor, please contact Ann Meletzke, ann.meletzke@conehealth.com Not only will the NPFM be a venue for fresh food, but it also offers culinary/nutrition classes, cooking demonstrations, health and wellness lectures, internship opportunities for high school students, and a community photo project. Check our page regularly to stay updated with our new projects and programs!
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September 11, 2018
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September 11, 2018
End:

3-6pm
Event Time:


North Park Farmer’s Market

The North Park Farmers' Market (NPFM) was born out of a recognition that there are no grocery stores in the neighborhood around North Park, which makes it difficult for residents to access healthy food. Impact Alamance, Healthy Alamance, and the City of Burlington came together in June 2015 to begin developing the NPFM, and soon accrued many more community partners, including faith organizations, the Health Department, the Alamance County Libraries, NC State Extension, the Farm Bureau, the school system, local residents, local farmers, and many others. The market operates under the only permanent farmers' market shelter in Alamance County and runs every Tuesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. from April until October. If you are an interested vendor, please contact Ann Meletzke, ann.meletzke@conehealth.com Not only will the NPFM be a venue for fresh food, but it also offers culinary/nutrition classes, cooking demonstrations, health and wellness lectures, internship opportunities for high school students, and a community photo project. Check our page regularly to stay updated with our new projects and programs!
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September 18, 2018
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September 18, 2018
End:

3-6pm
Event Time:


North Park Farmer’s Market

The North Park Farmers' Market (NPFM) was born out of a recognition that there are no grocery stores in the neighborhood around North Park, which makes it difficult for residents to access healthy food. Impact Alamance, Healthy Alamance, and the City of Burlington came together in June 2015 to begin developing the NPFM, and soon accrued many more community partners, including faith organizations, the Health Department, the Alamance County Libraries, NC State Extension, the Farm Bureau, the school system, local residents, local farmers, and many others. The market operates under the only permanent farmers' market shelter in Alamance County and runs every Tuesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. from April until October. If you are an interested vendor, please contact Ann Meletzke, ann.meletzke@conehealth.com Not only will the NPFM be a venue for fresh food, but it also offers culinary/nutrition classes, cooking demonstrations, health and wellness lectures, internship opportunities for high school students, and a community photo project. Check our page regularly to stay updated with our new projects and programs!
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September 25, 2018
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September 25, 2018
End:

3-6pm
Event Time:


North Park Farmer’s Market

The North Park Farmers' Market (NPFM) was born out of a recognition that there are no grocery stores in the neighborhood around North Park, which makes it difficult for residents to access healthy food. Impact Alamance, Healthy Alamance, and the City of Burlington came together in June 2015 to begin developing the NPFM, and soon accrued many more community partners, including faith organizations, the Health Department, the Alamance County Libraries, NC State Extension, the Farm Bureau, the school system, local residents, local farmers, and many others. The market operates under the only permanent farmers' market shelter in Alamance County and runs every Tuesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m. from April until October. If you are an interested vendor, please contact Ann Meletzke, ann.meletzke@conehealth.com Not only will the NPFM be a venue for fresh food, but it also offers culinary/nutrition classes, cooking demonstrations, health and wellness lectures, internship opportunities for high school students, and a community photo project. Check our page regularly to stay updated with our new projects and programs!
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October 2, 2018
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October 2, 2018
End:

3-6pm
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