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Bentonville Battlefield State Historic Site has announced its 2021 events, including details as they are known at this time. Events include small tours in March, a Fall Festival in November and Civil War Christmas in December. more
The Dunn Public Library has added a selection of adult fiction, large print, adult nonfiction, teen and young adult fiction books. Fiction “Credible Threat” by J.A. Jance, … more
This year, BugFest goes online and international. Join the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences Sept. 14-19 for six full days of programs that let attendees interact with entomologists from … more
RALEIGH – Following North Carolina’s move into Safer at Home Phase 2.5, the North Carolina Aquariums at Fort Fisher, Pine Knoll Shores and Roanoke Island will welcome guests back … more
NEW BERN — Tryon Palace, North Carolina’s first state capitol, will open to the public Monday, Sept. 14 for Palace tours, and museum exhibits in the North Carolina History Center. The new … more
Eddie Murphy returns as Prince Akeem in “Coming 2 America,” a fun and funny sequel. In the original, Prince Akeem of Zamunda, a wealthy and prosperous African monarchy, came to America … more
The April 11 concert featuring Nashville’s multi-award winning family group, The Isaacs, has been split into two shows to allow for social distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The … more
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission’s Pechmann Fishing Education Center has released its April workshop schedule. more
The Coats Museum Research Library has on its shelves many notebooks filled with decades of information about businesses that were located in Coats and its surrounding Grove areas. The Research … more
Savor history and nature at a state park, aquarium or the zoo July Fourth weekend. Numerous activities are planned across the state that coincide with Independence Day. more
The anniversary commemoration of the largest battle ever fought on North Carolina soil will have a different look this year. For the first time, visitors will be able to enjoy demonstrations, presentations, and tours all from the comfort of their own homes. more
During the holiday season, why not celebrate with the North Carolina Museum of History. Stop by in person, or visit online, where the Museum of History continues to offer digital events, complete with kid’s and family-friendly programs. more
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