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The Museum of the Albemarle will open the exhibit Who Can Vote: Brief History of Voting Rights in the United States on June 4, 2024.

The North Carolina Museum of History is excited to announce a calendar full of free events as we get ready to start the summer!

The North Carolina Zoo is excited to celebrate National Trails Day at Ridge’s Mountain on June 1.

Morrow Mountain State Park will host a reopening event Sunday, May 19, 2-4 p.m., to celebrate the completion of a major construction project that upgraded the park’s vacation cabins, pool house, concession stand, and hiking and bridle trails as well as added new camper cabins and a splash pad.

 Alamance Battleground State Historic Site will host a reenactment of the 1771 Battle of Alamance, Saturday, May 18, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Following a triumphant first year, the Moonshine and Motorsports Trail in North Carolina is expanding.

A new traveling exhibit, “Making Our Voices Heard: North Carolinians Fighting for Civil Rights,” will debut May 7 at Alamance Battleground State Historic Site.

The North Carolina Museum of History is thrilled to announce the tenth annual Longleaf Film Festival!

To kick off National Safe Boating Week, 11 state parks and 3 other sites will each host beginners’ kayaking safety programs on Saturday, May 18, the N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation announced.