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Alive After Five returns

Posted on June 13, 2022

Updated on June 15, 2022

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The Moore family enjoys the music at Alive After 5.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

The Moore family enjoys the music at Alive After 5.

Alive After 5 volunteers are willing to answer questions about the event.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Alive After 5 volunteers are willing to answer questions about the event.

Ready to rock and roll at Alive After 5 in Creedmoor.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Ready to rock and roll at Alive After 5 in Creedmoor.

Next Door Radio and Southern Snow Company are at Alive After 5.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Next Door Radio and Southern Snow Company are at Alive After 5.

Charles and Paige Page enjoying the music at Alive After 5.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Charles and Paige Page enjoying the music at Alive After 5.

It's a family affair. Jerry, Karen and Sarah Dickerson smile for the camera at Alive After 5.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

It's a family affair. Jerry, Karen and Sarah Dickerson smile for the camera at Alive After 5.

Mayor Bobby Wheeler, Commissioner Georgana Kicinski and Mayor Pro Tem Emma Albright chat at Alive After 5.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Mayor Bobby Wheeler, Commissioner Georgana Kicinski and Mayor Pro Tem Emma Albright chat at Alive After 5.

The only couple slow dancing early in the evening.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

The only couple slow dancing early in the evening.

Waiting for the sun to completely go down to enjoy the event.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Waiting for the sun to completely go down to enjoy the event.

Face painting for kids and bigger kids.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News.

Face painting for kids and bigger kids.

Kids enjoy their turn to dance at Alive After 5.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Kids enjoy their turn to dance at Alive After 5.

Families take a break and share a meal.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Families take a break and share a meal.

Dancing at Alive After 5 in Creedmoor on June 9. Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Dancing at Alive After 5 in Creedmoor on June 9. Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Enjoying the music at Alive After 5 in Creedmoor.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Enjoying the music at Alive After 5 in Creedmoor.

Mayor and Mrs. Terry Turner take in the sights and sounds at Alive After 5 in Creedmoor.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Mayor and Mrs. Terry Turner take in the sights and sounds at Alive After 5 in Creedmoor.

Pizazz Band groupies gather near the stage.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Pizazz Band groupies gather near the stage.

This couple poses for the camera in between songs.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

This couple poses for the camera in between songs.

Spider Man made an appearance at Alive After 5.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Spider Man made an appearance at Alive After 5.

Never too young to perfect your dancing skills.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Never too young to perfect your dancing skills.

Grooving to the music at Alive After 5.

Amanda Dixon | Btuner-Creedmoor News

Grooving to the music at Alive After 5.

Keeping time with the music.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Keeping time with the music.

A large crowd gathers for the Alive After 5 event in Creedmoor on June 9.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

A large crowd gathers for the Alive After 5 event in Creedmoor on June 9.

Kids show off their best dancing skills at Alive After 5.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Kids show off their best dancing skills at Alive After 5.

Alive After 5 made its return to Creedmoor on June 9.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Alive After 5 made its return to Creedmoor on June 9.

Working the soda and water booth at Alive After 5.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News.

Working the soda and water booth at Alive After 5.

The Moore family enjoys the music at Alive After 5.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

The Moore family enjoys the music at Alive After 5.

Alive After 5 volunteers are willing to answer questions about the event.

Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Alive After 5 volunteers are willing to answer questions about the event.

Alive After 5 volunteers are willing to answer questions about the event.
Ready to rock and roll at Alive After 5 in Creedmoor.
Next Door Radio and Southern Snow Company are at Alive After 5.
Charles and Paige Page enjoying the music at Alive After 5.
It's a family affair. Jerry, Karen and Sarah Dickerson smile for the camera at Alive After 5.
Mayor Bobby Wheeler, Commissioner Georgana Kicinski and Mayor Pro Tem Emma Albright chat at Alive After 5.
The only couple slow dancing early in the evening.
Waiting for the sun to completely go down to enjoy the event.
Face painting for kids and bigger kids.
Kids enjoy their turn to dance at Alive After 5.
Families take a break and share a meal.
Dancing at Alive After 5 in Creedmoor on June 9. Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News
Enjoying the music at Alive After 5 in Creedmoor.
Mayor and Mrs. Terry Turner take in the sights and sounds at Alive After 5 in Creedmoor.
Pizazz Band groupies gather near the stage.
This couple poses for the camera in between songs.
Spider Man made an appearance at Alive After 5.
Never too young to perfect your dancing skills.
Grooving to the music at Alive After 5.
Keeping time with the music.
A large crowd gathers for the Alive After 5 event in Creedmoor on June 9.
Kids show off their best dancing skills at Alive After 5.
Alive After 5 made its return to Creedmoor on June 9.
Working the soda and water booth at Alive After 5.
The Moore family enjoys the music at Alive After 5.

amanda@butnercreedmoornews.com | 919-424-1785

CREEDMOOR — For the first time since COVID began, Alive After Five was held in Creedmoor. 

As the sun began to set Thursday afternoon, Team Chevrolet’s parking lot was full of people waiting for the festivities to start.

Hosted by the Granville County Chamber of Commerce, AA5 brought people from all over the area together to see old friends and dance the night away.

Music by the Pizazz Band brought plenty of dancers to the front of the stage, and some even stood in the background grooving to the sounds of a beach music song.

Tobacco Wood Brewery, The Hub and the chamber sold adult beverages and water and sodas were also available. Smoken Souls and Southern Snow Co. had long lines for food and ice cream.

The Chamber of Commerce hosts three AA5 events each year. Oxford is the home of two of the events and Butner and Creedmoor rotate hosting the well-attended event each year.

Event-goers were happy to be able to sit together, laugh, talk and just enjoy a fun spring evening. 

Oxford will host the final AA5 this year on September 29. Spare Change is scheduled to perform. 

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