Friday & Saturday, June 15-16, 2018
Celebrating Chowan County's 350th Anniversary
Friday evening will begin with a Guided Sunset Paddle 6:30 - 7:00 pm launching time from Queen Anne Park. There are kayaks and canoes available from the Town Dock by advance reservation along with bringing your own for participation. Refreshments served on the water following the paddle while watching the sunset.
Saturday, the Wooden Boat Exhibit with handmade boats made by many of our local artisans, entertainment beyond compare both on the waterfront stage and along Broad with roving musicians as well as many more activities for children off and on the water.
Free Boat Rides, Food and Beverage Vendors/Arts and Crafts Vendors/Educational Vendors- something for everyone
On the Waterfront Stage: Micah Simonsen, original bluesy singer; Drunken Confessions, classic rock; Kosmos, eclectic jazzy duo; Feuston Brothers & Co, original mellow rock; Righteous Brothers II, high energy, boogie woogie; Jamie Monds, classic rock; Clay Willis, original lyrical rock; Laura Davis, solo folk artist; Remain Anchored, original and classic Christian
Early evening craft brew and wine tasting with Old Fish Hatchery Records performing to close out the weekend activities.
Post your Sunset Pictures from the 1886 Roanoke River Lighthouse commemorating this Anniversary Celebration.
All Waivers are for FREE Use of all Paddling Equipment; Kitty Hawk Climbing Wall; Kitty Hawk Equipment; Complimentary Boat Ridess along Edenton Bay - you can download and bring your waivers with you to the Welcome Tent or fill one out there and receive your armband for the daytime activities.
6:30 - Friday and 10 am - 7 pm Saturday
Colonial Park - Edenton Bay
Free and Open to the Public