Welcome to Everybody’s Day - sponsored by Novant Health. This year’s annual event will be held on Saturday, September 27th in downtown Thomasville, NC.
Officially, the hours of the festival are from 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM.
An important part of Everybody's Day is the support the festival recieves from multiple organizations within the community, especially Novant Health, volunteers, and City of Thomasville, NC.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO VOLUNTEER?
Volunteers are welcome to sign up as pairs, groups, or individuals as long as you are energetic and friendly. Festival volunteers receive a t-shirt and refreshments and loads of thanks. Most of the volunteer shifts range from 2 – 3 hour time slots. We encourage you to sign up for as many shifts as you would like. Click Here! Thanks
For over the 100 years Thomasville, NC has been the home of the award winning Everybody's Day festival. Each year people from throughout the Southeast to come and shop for arts & crafts, enjoy music, carnival rides, and great food! Entertainment includes many arts & crafts vendors, live music of all genre's, and lots of delicious food. Interested in becoming a vendor?
Bank of North Carolina Main Stage
10 am : Miss Central North Carolina
Noon : Summer Daze
2pm : The Get Right Band
J.C.Green & Sons and Crescent Ford sponsored Gospel Stage
9am : Howard Bumgardner
9:30am : Herb Dean
10am : Earl Brewer
11am : The Grove Singers
12pm : His Choice
1pm : Mitch Snow
2pm : Forever His
3pm : Endure
Piedmont Crossing Dance Stage
9am : GN12
10am : Silent Witnesses
11am : Celebrity Race
Noon : Bobbi's School of Dance
1pm : Pride of the Carolina Cloggers
2pm : N2Danzn
From Raleigh, Greensboro or Charlotte on I-85, take Exit 103. Travel North on Highway 109/Randolph Street for two miles to downtown Thomasville, NC.
From Winston Salem, take Highway 109 South to downtown Thomasville, NC.
From High Point or Lexington on Bus.- 85, take the Highway 109 South exit and travel two miles until you reach downtown Thomasville, NC.
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Thomasville Medical Center as well as the Thomasville Rescue Squad will provide First Aid and emergency service’s at the festival. The first aid area will be located at the corner of Main and Randolph Streets.
The Everybody’s Day festival is indeed for everybody. The following special service’s are available for handicapped visitors.
The parking lot immediately behind City Hall (10 Salem St, Thomasville, NC 27360) is designated as official handicapped parking for festival visitors. The lot will be identified with a sign. It is accessed from Thomas Steet.
Portable toilets with handicapped accessibility locations are indicated on the festival map, which is printed in the special newspaper supplement published by the Thomasville Times. Signs on the facility also identify the handicapped accessible toilets. Newly constructed handicapped accessible restrooms are available adjacent too North Carolina’s oldest Railroad Depot near the corner of West Main Street and Trade Avenue.
For the comfort, safety and enjoyment of all festival visitors, City of Thomasville Ordinance prohibits the following at Everybody’s Day:
- Silly String
- Bicycles, Skateboards, Scooters
Noted and obvious exceptions include wheelchairs for handicapped as well as Leader Dogs for blind or sight impaired.
Enjoy your time in Thomasville, NC! We will enjoy having you here, come again.
Everybody's Day Award Recognition
1997 - Best Merchandise
1998 - Sponsor of the Year (Thomasville Medical Center)
1999 - Best New Sponorship Program
2000 - Festival Director of the Year (Doug Croft)
2002 - Best Logo
2003 - Best Merchandise
2004 - Sponsor of the Year (Thomasville Medical Center)
2004 - Top 20 Event for the Month of September by Southeast Tourism Society
2005 - Sponsor of the Year
2005 - Festival Person of the Year (Judy Smith)
2006 - Best Volunteer Group (Christian Life Center Men's Group)
2009 - Volunteer of the Year (Nancy Higgins)
2009 - Sponsor of the Year (Thomasville Medical Center)