In the Fall and Spring, the Museum in cooperation with Onslow County Schools, brings together members of the community, high school students, and fourth graders in celebration of the traditional lifeways of Southeastern North Carolina. Guest speakers create hands-on demonstrations of agriculture, domestic skills, textile production, coastal life, naval stores and much more.
Spring Heritage Day, 2017: April 28
The Museum has split Heritage Day into one day in the Fall and one day in the Spring.
Schools will have the option to sign up for one day in either the Fall or Spring session. The program will remain the same.
The date for Spring Heritage Day is Friday, April 28, 2017. Details and registration information will be emailed to fourth grade teachers and assistant principals in February, 2017. For more information please contact Education Coordinator Emily Baker.