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March Events in Pender County

Are you new to the area and looking for something fun and exciting to do in the Pender County area?  We are here to help!  Check out some of these exciting area events.

 

Historical Society of Topsail Island

Historical Society Assembly Building

March 10th at 11:30am

Admission: $12, Seniors $10

The guest speaker will be Matt Arthur, the living history program coordinator at Tryon Palace. He will share the history of indentured servants in North Carolina during the late 17th and 18th centuries. RSVP for a luncheon, prepared by The Beach Shop & Grill. RSVP at 910-389-8776 or hstiluncheons@gmail.com

 

Topsail’s First Annual Wedding Expo

Historical Society Assembly Building

March 20th from 12-5pm

Admission: $5 or nonperishable food item

Brides gather your wedding party for a great event that will help you get your perfect dream wedding prepared! We will have vendors representing caterers, bakers, florists, wedding planners, DJ’s, wedding venues, lots of giveaways and much more!

 

Battle of Moores Creek 240th Anniversary

Moores Creek National Battlefield

Feb 27th through Dec 28th from 10am-4pm

Step back in time to where our country began. Moores Creek was the location of one of the first battles of the Revolutionary War and the first patriot victory of the war. Re-enactors representing both Patriot and Loyalist militias will demonstrate military camp life, musket and artillery firing, and broadsword use.

Call (910) 283-5591 or visit http://www.nps.gov/mocr/index.htm for more information

 

Saint Anne Church Fish Fry

March 1st through March 18th from 11am-6:30pm

Starting on Feb. 12th the Knights of Columbus and the Catholic Daughters of Hampstead will be holding a Fish Fry every Friday until March 18th. Dinners include fish, hush puppies, cole slaw, french fries and a drink for only $8. There will be tables available for those wanting to eat in and meals can be packaged to go.

For more information please call (910) 270-2445 or (910) 741-8007.

 

Photo Credit: Historical Society of Topsail Island

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