HERITAGE DAY - is held on the 1st Saturday of October of each year and is a day filled with activities for the entire family.
The day includes demonstrations of earlier life in Pamlico County including blacksmithing, corn shelling, washing clothes in a wash pot over a fire and hanging them on the outside clothes line and other historical activities including games.
Also featured is a tractor and antique car show, live music and square dancing, with horse and pony rides, games for kids, including a fossil dig and sack races.
Vendors with locally made arts and crafts, food that is cooked on site - usually barbeque, along with hot dogs cooked in a black skillet and bake sale.
The one room school house is open for classes featuring a turn of the century teacher with educational activities for children.
The barber shop is used primarily for clown shows as well as face painting.
The Family History Room is always open with volunteers to acquaint patrons with research methods as well as materials that will help you.
The museum featuring over 30 exhibits is open all day long to enjoy.
The 'Tractor Raffle' will culminate the day - this year's tractor is a reconditioned 1950 Farmall Cub.
So, be there to share in all of the fun and we look forward to seeing you all here at the Pamlico County History Museum.