September 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.
Saturday, September 7, 2019
"Our Melancholy Duty" was a term used by one reporter to describe the death of Gov. James Iredell Jr. This special one-time only nighttime tour will take you through historic St. Paul's cemetery, an Antebellum house in mourning, before ending with a discussion about death and mourning practices at the Visitor Center. Tours will leave the Visitor Center at 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, & 8:30 pm. Tour groups will be limited to 20 people.
10 am - 5 pm
Cost: $10 per person, children under age of 5 are free
James Iredell House
Saturday, September 14, 2019
The Harriet Jacobs Tour begins at the Historic Edenton State Historic Site, Visitor Center with a brief orientation. The tour continues to St. Paul's Episcopal Church, then to the corner of S. Granville and W. Eden Streets where the home of Dr. Norcom is interpreted; to West King Street, Wessington House lot near Beverly Hall where on this location once stood the home of Samuel Tredwell Sawyer. The tour continues to the lot where once stood the home of Harriet's grandmother, Molly Horniblow followed by the location of Dr. Norcom's medical office and then the location of Horniblow's Tavern.
The tour continues with the 1767 Chowan County Courthouse and Chowan County Jail followed by the Edenton Waterfront, with interpretation on the Market House, Snaky Swamp, the home of Martha Blount and ending at the Harriet Jacobs Historical Highway Marker
Historic Edenton Visitor Center
Sunday, September 22, 2019
Join the Cupola House Association for their Membership Appreciation Brunch. Membership information can be found on www.cupolahouse.org.
Cupola House Gardens
Monday, September 30, 2019
Mr. Andersen owns and operates Andersen Advisory, LLC a decoy appraisal and buying/selling advisory firm based in Charlotte, NC. In conjunction with his life-long interest in waterfowl hunting, Mr. Andersen started collecting old working decoys in 1970. Shorebird Decoys of North Carolina is a 209-page book Mr. Andersen, Philip Harvey and other collectors authored.
5:00-5:30 pm Refreshments/5:30 pm Lecture
Free and Open to the Public