Edenton - Saturday, June 6, 2020.....Whether you grew up on a farm or have just wondered what it was like to grow up on one, you won't to miss this year's Heritage Farm Fest. Step back in time as you wander through the Heritage Village. Watch as skilled artisans perform the trades of a bygone era. Learn about Blacksmiths, Shingle Making, and Notorious Moonshiners. Sample wonderful heritage foods.
Plymouth is excited to host the 6th Annual North Carolina Black Bear Festival on June 6-7, 2020! The largest black bears on the planet are found in eastern North Carolina. The highest concentration of black bears in the world is here on the Albemarle – Pamlico Peninsula.
The purpose of this festival is to educate the public about these magnificent animals and celebrate this important North Carolina native.
The Black Bear Festival will take place on the banks of the Roanoke River in Plymouth’s nationally registered Historic District. More specifically, the festival will be set up in the large grass park on the east end of Water St. next to the Port O’Plymouth Museum (this is one of 3 museums in 3 blocks on Plymouth’s waterfront). THERE WILL ALSO BE A SPECIAL KAYAKING EVENT. CLICK TO GET MORE INFORMATION