Entertainment

Sep 20


WHAT TO WATCH ON TV
Stream On: There’s no business like show business—Orson Welles scared America and Superman committed suicide…or did they?

What to stream on TV: A look at Orson Welles' notorious broadcast of War of the Worlds, and what might have happened to George Reeves


Cape Hatteras National Seashore extends Ocracoke Campground season through all of winter 2020/2021    

The Ocracoke Campground will stay open at Cape Hatteras National Seashore (Seashore) after its customary seasonal closure. The campground usually closes after Thanksgiving weekend, but this year the campground will…


SEPT 20-26, 2020 Jennette’s Pier
The Easterns: The ESA Surfing Championship: The Best of the East

Eastern Surfing Association is at Jennette’s Pier THE EASTERNS® presented by The Outer Banks Visitors Bureau, Surfer Dudes & Florida’s Space Coast. The best amateur surfers on the East Coast competing to…


SAVE THE DATE: SEPT. 24
Surfalorus Film Fest kicks off four days of cinematic stoke with Drive-in!

A socially distant drive-in, online screenings, & appearances from the cast of Netflix Original Outer Banks Cucalorus and Dare County Arts Council Come Hear NC presents the 9th annual Surfalorus…


North Carolina Aquariums welcome guests back September 14  

North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island Following North Carolina’s move into Safer at Home Phase 2.5, the North Carolina Aquariums at Fort Fisher, Pine Knoll Shores and Roanoke Island are excited…


Steal A Masterpiece at The Great Art Heist

An Auction To Benefit The Arts In Dare County Dare County Arts Council Dare County Arts Council cordially invites you to participate in The Great Art Heist, a benefit art…


WHAT TO WATCH ON TV
Stream On: Before 007, there was Drake, John Drake. After, there was Number Six.

What to stream on TV: Patrick McGoohan in Danger Man AKA Secret Agent, and The Prisoner


COA Cheers to 60 Years Virtual Celebration

The College of The Albemarle Foundation will be hosting a virtual “Cheers to 60th Years” celebration on Saturday, October 3 from 6-7 p.m. The public is invited to register for…


Roanoke Island Festival Park Opens Adventure Museum and Traveling Exhibit Gallery in Phase 2.5

ROANOKE ISLAND FESTIVAL PARK Roanoke Island Festival Park partially opened its Adventure Museum and traveling exhibit gallery to the public Sept. 8 following Governor Cooper’s easing of COVID-19 restrictions for…


Bri Young helps young women make waves

For Bri Young, surfing and art have always been intertwined as avenues of self-expression. An Outer Banks native and First Flight High School graduate, Young grew up creating art and…


Town Hall with Coastal Studies Institute’s Dean Corbett

Coastal Studies Institute Join Dean Reide Corbett of Integrated Coastal Programs as he provides insight into the Coastal Studies Institute during this unique time, talks about recent accomplishments, outlines plans for…


Museums at Cape Hatteras National Seashore and Wright Brothers National Memorial, and visitor center at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site set to reopen  

National Park Service Following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and consistent with North Carolina’s “Safer at Home Phase 2.5” executive order, Cape Hatteras…


Maritime Museums will begin to open to the public Sept. 10

Two sites in the North Carolina Maritime Museum System, Beaufort and Southport will open to the public Sept. 10. Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum in Hatteras is expected to open…


WHAT TO WATCH ON TV
Stream On: Television sitcoms about television

What to stream on TV: Meta television shows The Dick Van Dyke Show and 30 Rock


Sept. 4-26: Eve Turek’s Solo Exhibit

Blessed Be – A Photographer’s Prayer Dare County Arts Council Eve Turek’s Solo Exhibit “Blessed Be A Photographer’s Prayer” opens this Friday in our vault. The show will feature Eve’s…


Sept. 4-26: Women of the Waves- An Outer Art + Outer Babes Exhibit

An Outer Art and OuterBabes Exhibit Dare County Arts Council Women of the Waves opens in our courtroom gallery this Friday (September 4). Don’t miss this awesome surf art exhibit,…


Sept. 11 at 10 am: Sea Turtle Nest Excavation

Cape Hatteras National Seashore Join Cape Hatteras National Seashore and Outer Banks Forever on Sept. 11 at 10 am for another sea turtle nest excavation! Park staff will be sharing…


TONIGHT: Thursday Sept. 10, 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 10: An Evening with US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo

The Bryan Cultural Series is excited to offer a remarkable opportunity to hear United States Poet Laureate Joy Harjo read her poetry, discuss the inspirations for her work and how…


Cut Flower Bouquet Contest

N.C. Cooperative Extension Creating cut flower bouquets is a fun, educational, and creative way to spend time outdoors. This activity can be done alone, with friends, or with your whole…


WHAT TO WATCH ON TV
Stream On: The lighter side of the dark side

What to Stream on TV: Dark fun with The Addams Family and The Munsters!

ONLINE EVENT
Sept. 4: Sea Turtle Nest Excavation

Hosted by Cape Hatteras National Seashore Online event https://www.facebook.com/CapeHatterasNS Every summer, sea turtles visit the beaches of Cape Hatteras to lay their nests. This year we have had over 200 nests…


Sept. 5: Benefit Concert on Ocracoke Island

Ocracoke Interfaith Relief and Recovery Team | One Year Post-Dorian Benefit Concert In order to celebrate the anniversary of Hurricane Dorian on Ocracoke Island, and fundraise for the relief effort,…


Tuesday Aug. 25 and Friday Aug. 28
6th Annual Surf and Sounds Chamber Music Series

Don & Catharine Bryan Cultural Series and Dare County Arts Council Featuring two virtual performances. Tuesday Aug.  25 8:00 pm Friday Aug. 28. 8:00 pm Both events will be streamed on…


WHAT TO WATCH ON TV
Stream On: Frankenstein’s children, or the adder beneath the rose

What to stream on TV: The Frankenstein Chronicles and Penny Dreadful


Fall Family Fun Virtual Fair

N.C. Cooperative Extension  We have some exciting and innovative news for you! We know the year 2020 has been full of disappointment for many. Most recently it was announced that…