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 It’s time! After a long-anticipated, robust upgrade in exhibits and overall space, the former A Time for Science center on Dickinson Avenue is holding a public celebration Saturday, Sept. 18, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Construction of a new visitor center at Eno River State Park will limit parking at Fews Ford access through late summer 2022. Visitors should expect parking to reach capacity early in the day on weekends and good weather days.

The North Carolina Transportation Museum is pleased to announce an update to the “How the West Was Won” exhibit, located in the Bob Julian Roundhouse.

N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources Secretary Reid Wilson announces the appointments of Dr. Darin Waters as Deputy Secretary for Archives and History and Schorr Johnson as Director of Communications.

Vance County has been chosen as the subject of a comprehensive survey of historic buildings and landscapes planned from 2021-23.

The North Carolina Historic Preservation Office (HPO) will conduct a comprehensive architectural survey of historic buildings, structures, and sites within the town limits of Taylorsville in Alexander County beginning the week of Aug. 9.

Summer is here, flowers and centuries-old trees are in full bloom, and cool breezes from Lake Phelps stave off the stifling heat. The 10th annual “Days Gone By” living history event at Somerset Place State Historic Site offers the perfect opportunity to enjoy this beautiful weather.

El Museo de Ciencias Naturales de Carolina del Norte se enorgullece en anunciar la incorporación de varias páginas web completamente en español dedicadas a proporcionar recursos educativos, así como información general sobre el Museo. Todo ello ya disponible en naturalsciences.org/español.  

Hoke County has been chosen as the subject of a comprehensive survey of historic buildings and landscapes planned from 2021-23.

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