Friday, January 3, 2014

Junior American Citizens Attended 18th Century Christmas Event

The Junior American Citizens (JAC) and prospective Children of the American Revolution (CAR) members of Brunswick County attended Brunswick Town’s/Fort Anderson’s 18th Century Christmas event on December 15, 2013 at the Brunswick Town State Historic Site in Winnabow, NC.  The children participated in the tour, played colonial games, made crafts, and attended the church service in the ruins of St. Phillips’ church.  Any school-aged child can participate in JAC meetings and outings. For more information, please contact Dawn Schulte, .

January 8, 2014 DAR Meeting


The Brunswick Town Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will hold their meeting on Wednesday, January 8, 2013 at Trinity United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 20 East Nash Street, in Southport, NC at 10:00 am. The chapter will be celebrating 38 years of service. Come hear a presentation by Ms. Charen Fink on Women of the Civil War.  Charen is a frequent guest speaker at the Civil War Round Table and several other history-related programs in Brunswick County.  Her emphasis will be on women and the role they played during the War. For more information contact regent, Jackie Craft  at (910-755-7563) or registrar, Cindy Sellers  at (910-457-6988).

Program at Latimer House in Wilmington, NC

Program at Latimer House
Saturday, January 11
10 am - 11 am
Latimer House, 126 S. 3rd Street, Wilmington

Immigrating to the Lower Cape Fear - The Dutch
Join Chuck Riesz as he discusses the immigration of the Dutch to the Lower Cape Fear Region. Learn why they came and what they contributed to the area. This will be part of a two part series about immigrants to the Lower Cape Fear Region.
Tickets are $5.00, call 910-762-0492 to register. All proceeds benefit the Lower Cape Fear Historical Society.