Fort Dobbs State Historic Site will honor and showcase North Carolina's military history and salute Veterans Day with a "Military Timeline" Nov. 12-13. Visitors will learn about the experiences of soldiers and support personnel from the past 400 years.
Take a peek at behind-the-scenes spaces at the State Capitol this November! The Capitol is offering a special tour Saturday, Nov. 5, at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., focusing on "secret" spaces in the building and the history of the Capital city.
Princeville, the oldest town incorporated by African Americans in the United States, is struggling under heavy flooding from Hurricane Matthew. The N.C. African American Heritage Commission is initiating a drive to gather needed supplies for a community where the majority of homes are flooded and many have lost everything.
Hurricane Matthew has destroyed many homes and left families in despair, but cultural institutions also may be devastated. The Cultural Resources Emergency Support Team (CREST) can offer help to small public and private museums and holders of archival collections in the flooded areas of the state.
Explore a working tobacco barn, learn about North Carolina State Parks, view vintage bicycles or investigate North Carolina's amazing array of historic sites, aquariums, zoo and museums through the N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources exhibits at the North Carolina State Fair.
Learn more about who your ancestors were during a virtual Family History Fair live webcast Saturday, Oct. 15. This how-to event is presented by the North Carolina Government and Heritage Library and the State Archives of North Carolina.
In what was then Pasqoutank County, a congregation in the Shiloh community petitioned the colonial court to be allowed to worship at the church of its choice, and not the Church of England.
Parents of 3, 4 and 5-year-old children are invited to sign up for free text messages from "Ready4K," provided by ParentPowered Public Benefit Corporation in partnership with the State Library of N