Flossie’s Fridays: Week 43

Flossie wants to apologize for not being out and about lately to visit with you.  She lives in the site manager’s office, and due to some medical treatments that Flossie’s human has been having, she hasn’t had the chance to get out of the office much!

Flossie just wants to say that she will be back to teach children more about Historic Bath Site by the time school starts back in the late summer/fall season.  In the meantime, she invites you to come visit and find out for yourself what is in Bath to enjoy this summer!  In the photograph below, she is playing in the Van Der Veer garden.

On Saturday, July 18th, we will have a special pirate re-enactment program….come see Lieutenant Maynard of the British Royal Navy as he comes to Bath to report to Captain Brand about the battle in which Blackbeard lost his life.  The pirates will set up camp and there will be afternoon lectures for the grown ups; the program is free and runs from 10-4. (The narrated arrival of the RN into Bath will occur at the State Dock area at 10 a.m.)  Ask your parents to sign you up for summer day camps about PIRATES, come take a tour of an old house and find out what a basement kitchen was like in the 1700s!  Come get a scavenger hunt sheet and roam the old village streets for yourself.  You can find Bath events at http://nccultureevents.com/ or call the site at 252-923-3971 to learn more about programs or the day camps offered on Thursdays this month.DSC04435

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2 thoughts on “Flossie’s Fridays: Week 43

    • Hello, Ms. Adcock. This blog doesn’t normally share Historic Bath Site event schedules. Please visit http://www.nchistoricsites.org/bath to learn about our calendar of events. Unfortunately, there is no special program planned for the week in question. However, we offer guided house tours, there are self-guided walking tours of the town, a 15 minute video about Bath in our visitor center, etc. Nearby there are fun things to do as well – Aurora Fossil Museum across the Pamlico River, Goose Creek State Park just down the road, etc. Hope to see you! We are open Sunday 1-5 and Tuesday-Saturday 9-5.

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