Friday & Saturday, October 13-14, 2017
NC School Groups will experience life during Colonial Times with hands-experiences from Friday & Saturday, October 13 - 14 in Colonial Park near the 1886 Roanoke River Lighthouse. Staff and volunteers will be demonstrating colonial crafts and games for all ages and The Silver Chalice, a 16th century tender boat for the Elizabeth II will be visiting the harbor. such tender boats were necessary for transporting passengers and cargo to and from land since the large ships could not navigate the shallow coastal waters. The Elizabeth II will be not be included in this event.
Colonial Living History Days will also include weapons demonstrations on both Friday and Saturday. The Devilmen of Cape Feare, an authentic group interpretation of pirate life, will fire cannons on Saturday and encamp at the waterfront, demonstrating and interacting with the public. On Friday and Saturday night the pirates will surprise guests by raiding local businesses!
A $1.00 wristband will allow you to participate in the craft demonstrations and tour the lighthouse and be purchased at Colonial Park the day of. All other activities are free.
9 am - 4 pm
Historic Edenton State Historic Site - 108 N Broad Street