‘My Heart Will Always Be in Carolina’ resumes
Sundays at 10:30 a.m. will be the dedicated time slot for the series, which highlights interesting people, places and things in northeastern North Carolina.
Mann, a native of northeastern North Carolina who lives in Wanchese, also hosts the program, which airs locally on WUND-TV and can also be viewed on-line at OBXTV.com.
The five new episodes are as follows:
Albemarle Craftsman’s Guild and Fair
Guild participants range in ages from 18 to 101. They represent all education levels and walks of life: professionals, students, homemakers, private business owners and the retired. Members continue to be challenged to further their development of skills and creativity. There is no age or geographical limit to membership. Through 52 years of changing times, pride, quality and tradition have remained constant. The future of the Albemarle Craftsman’s Fair is rooted in the idea that quality is its own reward, and that beautiful creations from skilled hands are timeless in value.
Edenton National Fish Hatchery
Edenton National Fish Hatchery, operated by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, has been producing fish for public use and restoration for well over a century. Established in 1898, the 63-acre hatchery is one of the oldest in existence, built in the historic port town of Edenton at the head of the Albemarle Sound.
Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum
The Graveyard of The Atlantic Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the maritime history and shipwrecks of the North Carolina Outer Banks, from the earliest periods of exploration and/or colonization to the present day, with particular emphasis on the period from 1524 to 1945.
The Alex Leary Historical Collection
The personal collection of artifacts of Alex Leary, from colonial days through modern times, with an emphasis on the Civil War, World War I and World War II. Many of the items in the collection came from the people of northeastern North Carolina who fought in these wars.
Over a century ago, Orville Wright soared for 9 minutes and 45 seconds in Kitty Hawk, a record that held for almost 10 years, and started the sport and science of modern soaring as we know it today. Hang gliding, kite boarding, windsurfing, paragliding and almost all of today’s soaring and gliding sports around the world trace their beginnings to the Wright brothers’ gliding experiments on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
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