Apr
7
Aug 11

"A Mess of Feesh" photography Exhibition Images by Dan Smith

"A Mess of Feesh: Food, Family and Fishing on Harkers Island"  A photographic story of one commercial fishing family in Harkers Island

Since before there was a North Carolina, generations have lived off the waters of Core Sound. Their way of life, their love of the water, their determination to survive, their culture, language and cuisine has fed the spirit and body of the state form one generation to the next. Now awash in globalized seafood, amidst shifting political and economic landscapes, fishermen with one foot in the past are charting a new course for their future. A future that is steeped in tradition while looking far ahead certain they will make it Big.

Ride along with fisherman Eddie Willis as he makes a living on the waters of Core Sound

Ride along with fisherman Eddie Willis as he makes a living on the waters of Core Sound

Sound Side Story Time
Jul
21
10:30 am10:30

Sound Side Story Time

For children pre-school thru 2nd grade accompanied by a caregiver.  Join us this summer for adventures with storybook friends!  Each week we read stories, do a craft and then have snack time followed by free-play!  This week's theme is Shiver Me Timbers, Matey! 

Gloucester - Straits Community Night
Jul
24
6:00 pm18:00

Gloucester - Straits Community Night

Seventh in the 2017 25th Anniversary Celebration Core Sound Community Night series featuring Gloucester & Straits. A cover dish dinner begins at 6pm followed by the program by Carteret County historian Rodney Kemp at 7pm. Free event.

Mr. Sammy Leffer's Post Office, Gloucester

Mr. Sammy Leffer's Post Office, Gloucester

Jul
25
10:00 am10:00

Traditions Tuesday

Come watch as local carvers create decoys, and our quilters work on a lovely quilt to be raffled in December.   Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe get
the opportunity to try it yourself! 

Jul
26
3:30 pm15:30

Workboat Wednesday

3:30pm – 6:30pm
Would you like to learn about Boat Building?  Come watch master boat builders as they restore locally sourced boats to their former glory! Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe lend a hand!

Sound Side Story Time
Jul
28
10:30 am10:30

Sound Side Story Time

For children pre-school thru 2nd grade accompanied by a caregiver.  Join us this summer for adventures with storybook friends!  Each week we read stories, do a craft and then have snack time followed by free-play!  This week's theme is Fairy Tales with a Twist

Aug
1
10:00 am10:00

Traditions Tuesday

Come watch as local carvers create decoys, and our quilters work on a lovely quilt to be raffled in December.   Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe get
the opportunity to try it yourself! 

Aug
2
10:00 am10:00

What Floats Your Boat? Kids Camp

                                              For Kids 1st grade- 8th Grade
     Two Sessions Available:  10am – 12Noon               12:30pm – 2:30pm
Learn about the principles behind floatation through fun exploration activities!  Then if you like, you can take part in a timed competition to create a "boat" that will keep the most weight afloat!!  Join us for water fun!

Aug
2
3:30 pm15:30

Workboat Wednesday

3:30pm – 6:30pm
Would you like to learn about Boat Building?  Come watch master boat builders as they restore locally sourced boats to their former glory! Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe lend a hand!

Sound Side Story Time
Aug
4
10:30 am10:30

Sound Side Story Time

For children pre-school thru 2nd grade accompanied by a caregiver.  Join us this summer for adventures with storybook friends!  Each week we read stories, do a craft and then have snack time followed by free-play!  This week's theme is Happily Ever After… but for WhoM?

All-American Fish Fry
Aug
5
11:00 am11:00

All-American Fish Fry

ALL – AMERICAN Fish & Shrimp Dinner (Includes Drink and Dessert)

Down East Bake Sale too!
CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES & ENTERTAINMENT

Celebrating our Independence
and Thanking those Who Make Our Freedom Possible

First Call – First Reserve
Active Military and Veterans Eat Free
(Special thanks to our Friends for making this possible!)

Reservations for Military & Veteran Tickets Requested
252.728.1500 for Reservations & Ticket Information

Aug
6
7:15 pm19:15

Evening At The Cape

Reservations are required for the Evening at the Cape programs and will be taken the Monday of the week before the program dates at www.recreation.gov, starting at 10 a.m.  For instance, the June programs will begin taking reservations on May 29th, at 10 a.m. Each tour will accommodate a maximum of 40 participants.

The cost of the program is $28 (price includes ferry fee) and is non-refundable (weather dependent). The Evening at the Cape program begins on Harkers Island at 7:15 p.m. under the ferry dock canopy.  Please allow enough time ahead of the program start time to check your party in with the Ranger.  All participants will travel together on a single ferry that departs shortly after the program begins. The ferry will return to Harkers Island at approximately 10:00 p.m. 

Children joining the climb must be at least 44-inches tall and able to climb the steps on their own.  Children 12 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an adult (16 or older).  Closed-toe footwear is required as well.  For more information go to:  http://go.nps.gov/eveningatcape.htm.

Evening At The Cape - Full Moon
Aug
7
7:15 pm19:15

Evening At The Cape - Full Moon

Reservations are required for the Evening at the Cape programs and will be taken the Monday of the week before the program dates at www.recreation.gov, starting at 10 a.m.  For instance, the June programs will begin taking reservations on May 29th, at 10 a.m. Each tour will accommodate a maximum of 40 participants.

The cost of the program is $28 (price includes ferry fee) and is non-refundable (weather dependent). The Evening at the Cape program begins on Harkers Island at 7:15 p.m. under the ferry dock canopy.  Please allow enough time ahead of the program start time to check your party in with the Ranger.  All participants will travel together on a single ferry that departs shortly after the program begins. The ferry will return to Harkers Island at approximately 10:00 p.m. 

Children joining the climb must be at least 44-inches tall and able to climb the steps on their own.  Children 12 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an adult (16 or older).  Closed-toe footwear is required as well.  For more information go to:  http://go.nps.gov/eveningatcape.htm.

Aug
8
10:00 am10:00

Traditions Tuesday

Come watch as local carvers create decoys, and our quilters work on a lovely quilt to be raffled in December.   Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe get
the opportunity to try it yourself! 

Aug
8
7:15 pm19:15

Evening At The Cape

Reservations are required for the Evening at the Cape programs and will be taken the Monday of the week before the program dates at www.recreation.gov, starting at 10 a.m.  For instance, the June programs will begin taking reservations on May 29th, at 10 a.m. Each tour will accommodate a maximum of 40 participants.

The cost of the program is $28 (price includes ferry fee) and is non-refundable (weather dependent). The Evening at the Cape program begins on Harkers Island at 7:15 p.m. under the ferry dock canopy.  Please allow enough time ahead of the program start time to check your party in with the Ranger.  All participants will travel together on a single ferry that departs shortly after the program begins. The ferry will return to Harkers Island at approximately 10:00 p.m. 

Children joining the climb must be at least 44-inches tall and able to climb the steps on their own.  Children 12 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an adult (16 or older).  Closed-toe footwear is required as well.  For more information go to:  http://go.nps.gov/eveningatcape.htm.

Sound Side Story Time
Aug
11
10:30 am10:30

Sound Side Story Time

For children pre-school thru 2nd grade accompanied by a caregiver.  Join us for our last adventure of the summer! We will read stories, do a craft and then have snack time followed by free-play!  This week's theme is School Starts Soon – But It’s All Good!

Aug
18
5:30 pm17:30

Bingo with the Down East Library

Join the Down East Library for a fun night at their Bingo Fundraiser held in the Core Sound Museum Education Hall! the fun starts at 5:30pm until about 9pm. Hot dogs, drinks and snacks are available for purchase. 

Diamond City Community Night
Aug
28
6:00 pm18:00

Diamond City Community Night

Eighth in the 2017 25th Anniversary Celebration Core Sound Community Night series featuring Diamond City. A cover dish dinner begins at 6pm followed by the program by Carteret County historian Rodney Kemp at 7pm. Free event.

Devine Guthrie, Diamond City whaler, boatbuilder & preacher

Sep
8
7:15 pm19:15

Evening At The Cape

Reservations are required for the Evening at the Cape programs and will be taken the Monday of the week before the program dates at www.recreation.gov, starting at 10 a.m.  For instance, the June programs will begin taking reservations on May 29th, at 10 a.m. Each tour will accommodate a maximum of 40 participants.

The cost of the program is $28 (price includes ferry fee) and is non-refundable (weather dependent). The Evening at the Cape program begins on Harkers Island at 7:15 p.m. under the ferry dock canopy.  Please allow enough time ahead of the program start time to check your party in with the Ranger.  All participants will travel together on a single ferry that departs shortly after the program begins. The ferry will return to Harkers Island at approximately 10:00 p.m. 

Children joining the climb must be at least 44-inches tall and able to climb the steps on their own.  Children 12 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an adult (16 or older).  Closed-toe footwear is required as well.  For more information go to:  http://go.nps.gov/eveningatcape.htm.

Sep
9
7:15 pm19:15

Evening At The Cape

Reservations are required for the Evening at the Cape programs and will be taken the Monday of the week before the program dates at www.recreation.gov, starting at 10 a.m.  For instance, the June programs will begin taking reservations on May 29th, at 10 a.m. Each tour will accommodate a maximum of 40 participants.

The cost of the program is $28 (price includes ferry fee) and is non-refundable (weather dependent). The Evening at the Cape program begins on Harkers Island at 7:15 p.m. under the ferry dock canopy.  Please allow enough time ahead of the program start time to check your party in with the Ranger.  All participants will travel together on a single ferry that departs shortly after the program begins. The ferry will return to Harkers Island at approximately 10:00 p.m. 

Children joining the climb must be at least 44-inches tall and able to climb the steps on their own.  Children 12 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an adult (16 or older).  Closed-toe footwear is required as well.  For more information go to:  http://go.nps.gov/eveningatcape.htm.

Atlantic - Cedar Island Community Night
Sep
25
6:00 pm18:00

Atlantic - Cedar Island Community Night

Ninth in the 2017 25th Anniversary Celebration Core Sound Community Night series featuring Atlantic & Cedar Island. A cover dish dinner begins at 6pm followed by the program by Carteret County historian Rodney Kemp at 7pm. Free event.

Clayton Fulcher's fish house, 1950s. Jerry Schumacher photo

Clayton Fulcher's fish house, 1950s. Jerry Schumacher photo

Oct
6
7:15 pm19:15

Evening At The Cape

Reservations are required for the Evening at the Cape programs and will be taken the Monday of the week before the program dates at www.recreation.gov, starting at 10 a.m.  For instance, the June programs will begin taking reservations on May 29th, at 10 a.m. Each tour will accommodate a maximum of 40 participants.

The cost of the program is $28 (price includes ferry fee) and is non-refundable (weather dependent). The Evening at the Cape program begins on Harkers Island at 7:15 p.m. under the ferry dock canopy.  Please allow enough time ahead of the program start time to check your party in with the Ranger.  All participants will travel together on a single ferry that departs shortly after the program begins. The ferry will return to Harkers Island at approximately 10:00 p.m. 

Children joining the climb must be at least 44-inches tall and able to climb the steps on their own.  Children 12 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an adult (16 or older).  Closed-toe footwear is required as well.  For more information go to:  http://go.nps.gov/eveningatcape.htm.

Oct
7
7:15 pm19:15

Evening At The Cape

Reservations are required for the Evening at the Cape programs and will be taken the Monday of the week before the program dates at www.recreation.gov, starting at 10 a.m.  For instance, the June programs will begin taking reservations on May 29th, at 10 a.m. Each tour will accommodate a maximum of 40 participants.

The cost of the program is $28 (price includes ferry fee) and is non-refundable (weather dependent). The Evening at the Cape program begins on Harkers Island at 7:15 p.m. under the ferry dock canopy.  Please allow enough time ahead of the program start time to check your party in with the Ranger.  All participants will travel together on a single ferry that departs shortly after the program begins. The ferry will return to Harkers Island at approximately 10:00 p.m. 

Children joining the climb must be at least 44-inches tall and able to climb the steps on their own.  Children 12 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an adult (16 or older).  Closed-toe footwear is required as well.  For more information go to:  http://go.nps.gov/eveningatcape.htm.

Promise Land Community Night
Oct
23
6:00 pm18:00

Promise Land Community Night

Tenth in the 2017 25th Anniversary Celebration Core Sound Community Night series featuring the Promise Land, located in Morehead City. A cover dish dinner begins at 6pm followed by the program by Carteret County historian Rodney Kemp at 7pm. Free event.

Congregation of the Franklin Memorial Methodist Church, circa 1950s

Congregation of the Franklin Memorial Methodist Church, circa 1950s

Bingo with the Down East Library
Nov
17
5:30 pm17:30

Bingo with the Down East Library

Join the Down East Library for a fun night at their Bingo Fundraiser held in the Core Sound Museum Education Hall! the fun starts at 5:30pm until about 9pm. Hot dogs, drinks and snacks are available for purchase. 

Harkers Island Community Night
Nov
27
6:00 pm18:00

Harkers Island Community Night

Eleventh and final in the 2017 25th Anniversary Celebration Core Sound Community Night series featuring Harkers Island. A cover dish dinner begins at 6pm followed by the program by Carteret County historian Rodney Kemp at 7pm. Free event.

Harkers Island shell middens, Shell Point 1915

Harkers Island shell middens, Shell Point 1915


Jul
19
3:30 pm15:30

Workboat Wednesday

3:30pm – 6:30pm
Would you like to learn about Boat Building?  Come watch master boat builders as they restore locally sourced boats to their former glory! Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe lend a hand!

Jul
18
10:00 am10:00

Traditions Tuesday

Come watch as local carvers create decoys, and our quilters work on a lovely quilt to be raffled in December.   Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe get
the opportunity to try it yourself! 

Quilts: Geometric Gems Tessellation Camp
Jul
18
10:00 am10:00

Quilts: Geometric Gems Tessellation Camp

                                              For Kids 1st grade- 8th Grade
     Two Sessions Available10am- 11:30 am   OR       12:30pm – 2pm
                    Bring Math and Art together.  Using traditional quilts as our starting designs,  learn how basic geometric shapes turn into fascinating patterns and designs.  We will take cues from nature too!   You will rival Picasso with the abstract geometric creation you will design, paint and take home the same day!

Sound Side Story Time
Jul
14
10:30 am10:30

Sound Side Story Time

For children pre-school thru 2nd grade accompanied by a caregiver.  Join us this summer for adventures with storybook friends!  Each week we read stories, do a craft and then have snack time followed by free-play!  This week's theme is  Stomp and Roar! It’s A Dinosaur!

Jul
13
10:00 am10:00

Wonderful World of Woz Week

Join us for one of the two daily sessions: 10-11:30 or 12:30-2:00, as Mr. Woz shares the wonderful world of science through information, power points and the fun hands-on activities!  His topics will be one of the following each of 4 days- weather dependent: Macro Invertebrates of the Willow Pond, Amphibians as Indicator Species, The  Marvelous Maritime Forest, or Magnificent Mollusks!  Come join us!  Learn a lot and have fun doing it!!  This time is geared for school age children.  Parents and guardians may stay if you like.  Younger children must be accompanied by a parent!  This activity is free of charge!

Jul
12
3:30 pm15:30

Workboat Wednesday

3:30pm – 6:30pm
Would you like to learn about Boat Building?  Come watch master boat builders as they restore locally sourced boats to their former glory! Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe lend a hand!

Jul
12
10:00 am10:00

What Floats Your Boat? Kids Camp

For Kids: 1st grade- 8th Grade
Two Sessions Available:  10am – 12Noon               12:30pm – 2:30pm
Learn about the principles behind floatation through fun exploration activities!  Then if you like, you can take part in a timed competition to create a "boat" that will keep the most weight afloat!!  Join us for water fun!

Jul
12
10:00 am10:00

Wonderful World of Woz

Join us for one of the two daily sessions: 10-11:30 or 12:30-2:00, as Mr. Woz shares the wonderful world of science through information, power points and the fun hands-on activities!  His topics will be one of the following each of 4 days- weather dependent: Macro Invertebrates of the Willow Pond, Amphibians as Indicator Species, The  Marvelous Maritime Forest, or Magnificent Mollusks!  Come join us!  Learn a lot and have fun doing it!!  This time is geared for school age children.  Parents and guardians may stay if you like.  Younger children must be accompanied by a parent!  This activity is free of charge!

Jul
11
10:00 am10:00

Traditions Tuesday

Come watch as local carvers create decoys, and our quilters work on a lovely quilt to be raffled in December.   Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe get
the opportunity to try it yourself! 

Jul
11
10:00 am10:00

Wonderful World of Woz Week

Join us for one of the two daily sessions: 10-11:30 or 12:30-2:00, as Mr. Woz shares the wonderful world of science through information, power points and the fun hands-on activities!  His topics will be one of the following each of 4 days- weather dependent: Macro Invertebrates of the Willow Pond, Amphibians as Indicator Species, The  Marvelous Maritime Forest, or Magnificent Mollusks!  Come join us!  Learn a lot and have fun doing it!!  This time is geared for school age children.  Parents and guardians may stay if you like.  Younger children must be accompanied by a parent!  This activity is free of charge!

Jul
10
7:15 pm19:15

Evening At The Cape

Reservations are required for the Evening at the Cape programs and will be taken the Monday of the week before the program dates at www.recreation.gov, starting at 10 a.m.  For instance, the June programs will begin taking reservations on May 29th, at 10 a.m. Each tour will accommodate a maximum of 40 participants.

The cost of the program is $28 (price includes ferry fee) and is non-refundable (weather dependent). The Evening at the Cape program begins on Harkers Island at 7:15 p.m. under the ferry dock canopy.  Please allow enough time ahead of the program start time to check your party in with the Ranger.  All participants will travel together on a single ferry that departs shortly after the program begins. The ferry will return to Harkers Island at approximately 10:00 p.m. 

Children joining the climb must be at least 44-inches tall and able to climb the steps on their own.  Children 12 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an adult (16 or older).  Closed-toe footwear is required as well.  For more information go to:  http://go.nps.gov/eveningatcape.htm.

Jul
10
10:00 am10:00

Wonderful World of Woz Week

Join us for one of the two daily sessions: 10-11:30 or 12:30-2:00, as Mr. Woz shares the wonderful world of science through information, power points and the fun hands-on activities!  His topics will be one of the following each of 4 days- weather dependent: Macro Invertebrates of the Willow Pond, Amphibians as Indicator Species, The  Marvelous Maritime Forest, or Magnificent Mollusks!  Come join us!  Learn a lot and have fun doing it!!  This time is geared for school age children.  Parents and guardians may stay if you like.  Younger children must be accompanied by a parent!  This activity is free of charge!

Evening At The Cape- Full Moon
Jul
9
7:15 pm19:15

Evening At The Cape- Full Moon

Reservations are required for the Evening at the Cape programs and will be taken the Monday of the week before the program dates at www.recreation.gov, starting at 10 a.m.  For instance, the June programs will begin taking reservations on May 29th, at 10 a.m. Each tour will accommodate a maximum of 40 participants.

The cost of the program is $28 (price includes ferry fee) and is non-refundable (weather dependent). The Evening at the Cape program begins on Harkers Island at 7:15 p.m. under the ferry dock canopy.  Please allow enough time ahead of the program start time to check your party in with the Ranger.  All participants will travel together on a single ferry that departs shortly after the program begins. The ferry will return to Harkers Island at approximately 10:00 p.m. 

Children joining the climb must be at least 44-inches tall and able to climb the steps on their own.  Children 12 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an adult (16 or older).  Closed-toe footwear is required as well.  For more information go to:  http://go.nps.gov/eveningatcape.htm.

Jul
8
7:15 pm19:15

Evening At The Cape

Reservations are required for the Evening at the Cape programs and will be taken the Monday of the week before the program dates at www.recreation.gov, starting at 10 a.m.  For instance, the June programs will begin taking reservations on May 29th, at 10 a.m. Each tour will accommodate a maximum of 40 participants.

The cost of the program is $28 (price includes ferry fee) and is non-refundable (weather dependent). The Evening at the Cape program begins on Harkers Island at 7:15 p.m. under the ferry dock canopy.  Please allow enough time ahead of the program start time to check your party in with the Ranger.  All participants will travel together on a single ferry that departs shortly after the program begins. The ferry will return to Harkers Island at approximately 10:00 p.m. 

Children joining the climb must be at least 44-inches tall and able to climb the steps on their own.  Children 12 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an adult (16 or older).  Closed-toe footwear is required as well.  For more information go to:  http://go.nps.gov/eveningatcape.htm.

Core Sound Boat Camp
Jul
8
8:30 am08:30

Core Sound Boat Camp

Build a boat in a day!  This is a wonderful opportunity for rising 6-8th graders to get hands on experience while learning boat terminology and secrets of traditional boat building from true master craftsmen. Free to attend. Must apply. 

Sound Side Story Time
Jul
7
10:30 am10:30

Sound Side Story Time

For children pre-school thru 2nd grade accompanied by a caregiver.  Join us this summer for adventures with storybook friends!  Each week we read stories, do a craft and then have snack time followed by free-play!  This week's theme is More Fun with CLARK THE SHARK 

Jul
5
3:30 pm15:30

Workboat Wednesday

3:30pm – 6:30pm
Would you like to learn about Boat Building?  Come watch master boat builders as they restore locally sourced boats to their former glory! Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe lend a hand!

Jul
4
10:00 am10:00

Traditions Tuesday

Come watch as local carvers create decoys, and our quilters work on a lovely quilt to be raffled in December.   Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe get
the opportunity to try it yourself! 

Sound Side Story Time
Jun
30
10:30 am10:30

Sound Side Story Time

For children pre-school thru 2nd grade accompanied by a caregiver.  Join us this summer for adventures with storybook friends!  Each week we read stories, do a craft and then have snack time followed by free-play!  This week's theme is Fun on the 4th of July!

Jun
28
3:30 pm15:30

Workboat Wednesday

3:30pm – 6:30pm
Would you like to learn about Boat Building?  Come watch master boat builders as they restore locally sourced boats to their former glory! Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe lend a hand!

Jun
27
10:00 am10:00

Traditions Tuesday

Come watch as local carvers create decoys, and our quilters work on a lovely quilt to be raffled in December.   Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe get
the opportunity to try it yourself! 

Otway - Bettie Community Night
Jun
26
6:00 pm18:00

Otway - Bettie Community Night

Sixth in the 2017 25th Anniversary Celebration Core Sound Community Night series featuring Otway & Bettie. A cover dish dinner begins at 6pm followed by the program by Carteret County historian Rodney Kemp at 7pm. Free event.

H. Gillikin's fishing pier after a hurricane, probably Hazel. Formerly located on the Bettie side of the North River bridge.

H. Gillikin's fishing pier after a hurricane, probably Hazel. Formerly located on the Bettie side of the North River bridge.

Jun
24
10:00 am10:00

Heritage Camps

                                      10 am- 5pm                Families of all Ages
During Community Day- June 24th -  Come and take part in learning activities from our education partners who will be located on our front porch area.: 
                NC Coastal Federation- Oysters / Crystal Coast Beekeepers – Bees/
                Cape Lookout National Seashore/ Mr. Woz and Pond Invertebrates /
                Willow Pond Trail Walk ‘n Talk/ Carteret County Wildlife Club

Decoys Old & New
Jun
24
7:15 am07:15

Decoys Old & New

Interested in contemporary decoys? How waterfowl decoys are made? See artistic works by top-level competing carvers judged? Or do you have some decoys in the attic and want to know more about them?  If so, these events are for you!

Jun
21
3:30 pm15:30

Workboat Wednesday

3:30pm – 6:30pm
Would you like to learn about Boat Building?  Come watch master boat builders as they restore locally sourced boats to their former glory! Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe lend a hand!

Jun
20
10:00 am10:00

Traditions Tuesday

Come watch as local carvers create decoys, and our quilters work on a lovely quilt to be raffled in December.   Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe get
the opportunity to try it yourself! 

Sound Side Story Time
Jun
16
10:30 am10:30

Sound Side Story Time

Join us for Sound Side Story Time at 10:30 am – Themed Stories and Activities for Pre-Schoolers through 2nd grade. Join us for stories, a craft, and snack followed by free play!
Today's Theme is Ribbit! Ribbit! - All About Frogs

Jun
14
3:30 pm15:30

Workboat Wednesday

3:30pm – 6:30pm
Would you like to learn about Boat Building?  Come watch master boat builders as they restore locally sourced boats to their former glory! Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe lend a hand!

Jun
13
10:00 am10:00

Traditions Tuesday

Come watch as local carvers create decoys, and our quilters work on a lovely quilt to be raffled in December.  Learn the history behind the craft, ask questions, and maybe get the opportunity to try it yourself!