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Beaufort Pirate Invasion 2017

Beaufort Pirate Invasion Warning – Pirates will invade Beaufort, North Carolina on Friday, August 11 and Saturday […]





A Taste of Farm Life ...

Fall Fun in Gaston County Every year, Lineberger’s Maple Springs Farm, 906 Dallas Stanley Hwy Dallas, NC 28034, […]



Harvest Day at Old Salem

Harvest Day Saturday, October 15, 2016 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Old Salem Historic District A fun-filled day […]


2016 Doodle4Google Contest

Let the Doodling Commence! Homeschool students in grades K-12 can enter their “Doodles” in the 2016 Doodle4Google contest […]




Learn English Country Dance at ...

Homeschool English Country Dance The Classical Conversations Homeschool group in Thomasville, North Carolina is hosting The Brighton Ball, […]


Vote for The 2016 Top ...

Top Ten Teen Books Teens’ Top Ten is a “teen choice” list – teens nominate and choose their […]


Get Ur Glow On – ...

Wake Forest Homeschoolers’ Dance Party Wake Forest Homeschoolers is an inclusive, secular homeschool support and activities group whose primary […]





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Invitation to the Opera

You Are Invited to a Free Production of Dr. Siggy for Home School Students ! Piedmont Opera will […]




Museum of History in Raleigh ...

Before air-conditioning, you know that North Carolinians had some rather innovative ways to survive summer’s sizzling southern heat: porch swings, iceboxes, soda fountains, swimming holes, and other cool comforts. In July the Museum of History will present two children’s programs that focus on ways folks used in the past to beat the heat. Adults can beat the heat, as well, by taking advantage of a variety of indoor programs in July with lunchtime lectures such as History à la Carte: Making the Twin City. Hear about the formation of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. July’s Artist at Work program will feature


Independence Day Activities- Tryon Palace

Enjoy a Glorious Fourth filled with free garden admission, music & a live reading of the Declaration of Independence. Hear the patriotic spirit of our forefathers come to life this Fourth of July with music by Tryon Palace's Fife and Drum Corps, and a live reading of the Declaration of Independence. There's no better way to connect with the true meaning of Independence Day than spending the day in the 18th century. You'll enjoy crafts, games, fresh lemonade, costumed characters and FREE garden admission throughout the day. And don't forget to bring your picnic lunch!



Greensboro Home Educators First Annual ...

Greensboro Home Educators' first annual homeschool Prom is here! Tickets must be pre-purchased so get them today- don't wait and try to get in at the door! These tickets are first come first served, so there is no guarantee that they have tickets today, but below is a link where you can pay and register online: