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February

February events in Edenton, North Carolina, and Chowan County.

The events are listed chronologically by the last day the event will be held. Please make sure to look at the whole list to see if an event is going on during the time you plan to visit.

 

Friday - Sunday, February 12-15, 2016

Valentine Packages

With Edenton being named one of the 4 Romantic Destinations in the Carolinas by AAA Go Magazine in their January/February issue, many of our accommodations have plans in place for making this year an unforgettable experience for that Special Valentine.

Explore the packages on visitedenton.com and create cherished memories for a lifetime.

Place:Accommodation of Your Choice
Phone:800-775-0111
Website:www.visitedenton.com/where-to-stay

 

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Card Making Workshop

Beautiful cards, not just for Valentine's Day. This workshop will be taught by Kay Caveney - call the Arts Council to register and get your supply list.

Time:1- 3 pm
Place:Chowan Arts Council - 504 S Broad Street
Fee:$10
Phone:252-482-8005
Email:contactchowarts@gmail.com

 

February 20, 2016

Brunch With An Author

Come meet best selling author of 24 novels Diane Chamberlain as she shares tips and insights into the art of writing during Brunch with an Author sponsored by Friends of the Shepard-Pruden Library. Her books capture complex relationships while featuring a combination of drama, mystery and intrigue. Her background in psychology lends itself to developing realistic characters.

A small informal brunch will begin at 10:30 am at the Library where Chamberlain will discuss her writing process. She then will read from her newest book, "Pretending to Dance" and signing book sat the Garden of Readin' from 1 - 2 pm.

Time:10:30 Brunch and 11:00 am - noon Panel
Place:Shepard-Pruden Library - 2 nd Floor
Phone:252-482-4112
Email:jfinlay@pettigrewlibraries.org

 

Friday, February 5,12,19,26, 2016

Friday Night Music at the Edenton Coffee House

Feb 5 - Open Late for Jam Session - Players Welcome

Feb 12 - The Show Me Band - Traditional Country & Country Gospel from Suffolk, VA

Feb 19 - Ancient Men - "Unplugged" Acoustic Classic from Carrollton, VA - Classic 8-track Music

Feb 26 - Rich Davy of Rockville, MD Chuck Hodges of Camden, NC & Glenn Andersen of Edenton, NC - "Almost Anything Goes"

Time:7 pm - until
Place:Edenton Coffee House
Fee:No Cover Charge, Musicians Play for Tips
Phone:252-482-7465
Website:http://edentoncoffeehouse.com/

 

Friday & Saturday, February 2-27, 2016

Enhanced Harriet Jacobs Walking Tours

The Harriet Jacobs tour enhanced to include added emphasis on local Black personalities which will include Jonathan Overton (1752-`853) who fought in the Continental Army, Joseph and Robert Price, who were noteworthy members of the 'free-blacks', reverent Simeon N. Griffith (1885-1983) an early civil rights pioneer, D. F. Walker a longtime educator and high school principal among others. Tours depart from the Historic Edenton State Historic Site, Visitor Center, 108 N Broad Street. Individual Group Tours arranged by appointment Tuesdays through Saturday throughout the month of February.

Time:Fridays 2:00 pm & Saturdays 10 am
Place:Historic Edenton State Historic Site
Fee:$5 for Adults (age 13 and up); $2.50 Child (ages 3-12)
Phone:252-482-2637
Email:edenton@ncdcr.gov
Website:www.edenton.nchistoricsites.org

 

Saturday, February 13, 27, 2016

Indoor Market

Fresh vegetables, meats, handmade items, flowers and treats - every other Saturday at the old National Guard Armory located at North Broad Street

Time:9 am - noontime
Place:Old Armory - North Broad Street on John A. Holmes Campus
Phone:252-489-0349
Website:www.facebook.com/edentonfarmersmarket?fref=ts

 

Thursday, February 11, 2016

The Prints and the Pauper

William Ahearn will help you learn the process for ID-ing what sort of print you have. Almost all of us have found a print in a relative's attic or at a yard sale only to wonder later whether or not it is of any value. In this interesting and informative class you will work with Bill's extensive collection and find the best way to solve the mystery of your print. Bring a magnifying glass or loupe and a five dollar bill with you to class. You don't even have to spend the $5.

Time:6-8 pm
Place:Chowan Arts Council - 504 S Broad Street
Fee:$10
Phone:252-482-8005
Email:contactchowarts@gmail.com