The second annual Longleaf Film Festival, a program of the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh, announces the films selected for its juried festival Friday, May 13, to Saturday, May 14.
Children ages 6-10 can explore the Governor's Palace and what life was like for children in the 18th century during "Tryon's Explorers: A Kid's Life," Thursday, May 12, at 10 a.m.
Discover how five North Carolina artists and craftspeople with Latino roots work and how they progress from idea to art.
Children's museum reaches a historic milestone after celebrating fifth birthday.
At a critical time in American history, German forester Carl Schenck helped stop the Industrial Revolution from destroying forests in the United States.
Meet Junior Johnson, a NASCAR driver of the 1950s and 1960s, at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh. Be sure to taste a sample of Midnight Moon and samples from Raleigh's Clouds Brewing.
Free Countdown to Kindergarten community event on Friday, August 19
The N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh will offer a variety of programs in conjunction with the exhibit Selma to Montgomery: A March for the Right to Vote: Photographs by Spider Martin, opening Saturday, Sept. 3.
"In Spider Martin's hands, a camera is a weapon of discovery, revealing truths long concealed by prejudice and mythology." — Andrew Young, 1992
Migrating raptors soar over Grandfather Mountain in September
Featuring the Last Tobacco Auction in Durham September 10
This September, kids are invited to visit their Grandfather.
Sierra Club members receive free admission Sept. 25
Author and political historian Garland S. Tucker III of Raleigh will discuss his book Conservative Heroes: Fourteen Leaders Who Shaped America, From Jefferson to Reagan.
There are several hauntingly exciting programs occurring in October at Hands On! In Hendersonville, NC
PO Box 1155Matthews, NC 28106