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SANKOFA

SANKOFA

Sankofa will explore the history and current state of race relations in the United States through music, dance, spoken word, and dramatic skits. The show will involve bringing community members together from various backgrounds in a workshop format to explore how racial bias affected our near history and continues to affect our present. The performances…read more »

Greenville Grooves @ Town Common in Greenville

Greenville Grooves @ Town Common in Greenville

Greenville is ready to groove again! Join us at the Town Common for the 8th Greenville Grooves Music Festival on June 17 from 6:30-9:00 p.m. This year’s concert features the return of the Carroll Dashiell. The opening act is DJ Six Four of Big Six Entertainment LLC. The free, rain or shine event will also…read more »

CarolinaEast Health System Run For The Shelter

CarolinaEast Health System Run For The Shelter

Coastal Women’s Shelter would like to invite you to celebrate our CarolinaEast Health System Run for Shelter 5K, 10K, & 1 Mile race/walk fundraiser Saturday, June 18, 2022 at Creekside Park!   Multiple options for 2022 In Person 5K (with safety precautions in place) In Person 10K (with safety precautions in place) Virtual 5K Virtual 10K…read more »

Take Dad Kayaking Day at River Park North

Take Dad Kayaking Day at River Park North

Take Dad Kayaking Day at River Park North All Ages (with adult)Enjoy exploring our large pond with Dad using our kayaks and pedal boats, and get a chance to experience nature from new perspectives. Boats have limited seating capacity, usage times will vary depending on participation. Age restrictions apply to boats.Sunday June 19 1:00 PM…read more »

Exploring Coastal Habitats

Exploring Coastal Habitats

Join North Carolina Maritime Museum’s Associate Education Curator Benjamin Wunderly to discover the various plants and animals of the salt marsh and tidal flats at the Rachel Carson Reserve. The guided hike will take you through the different habitats found on Town Marsh and Bird Shoal. Cost is $20. Under 18 must be accompanied by…read more »

Hiking and History on Shackleford Banks

Hiking and History on Shackleford Banks

Experience Outer Banks history and wildlife with a guided hike on Shackleford Banks, part of the Cape Lookout National Seashore. Participants will take a ferry to an undeveloped barrier island. This field trip requires hiking through sandy terrain for long distances. $30. Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Pre-registration required by noon day…read more »

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