Fairfield Harbour Neighborhood Watch (FHNW) is a member of National Association of Town Watch (https://natw.org/) which assists its members with the annual National Night Out events throughout the US. The purpose of NNO is to highlight the relationship between communities and local law enforcement. FHNW extends this relationship beyond the Craven County Sheriff's Department to include the Tri-Community Volunteer Fire Department, Universal Protection Services (the Harbour's security force), and more.
This year's event will be on Tuesday, August 2 from 6 - 8 pm at the FH Community Center. Vendor spaces are available for the still minimal cost of $5 per 4' table. Each year attracts over 200 residents, and it's always a fun event.
Set up your displays, offer a door prize (tickets will be available upon check-in if you need them), have goodies or freebies to hand out, and help give your business face-to-face contact with Harbour residents. Click here for flyers and the registration form with more details.
Set up begins at 4 pm, and be ready to have folks begin arriving around 5:30. All vendors and food will be inside the cool, air conditioned Community Center. Outdoor activities and displays will be, of course, dependent on the weather.
Feel free to call Pat Dumon at (252) 633-4888 or co-chair Paul Merriman (252) 633-5409 with any questions.