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Indigenous Uses of Pine Needles

NC

FREE virtual event hosted by the Orange County Historical Museum! Join Vickie Jeffries, Tribal Administrator for the Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation, for a presentation exploring indigenous uses of pine needles. While pine trees are common in North Carolina, most people do not realize how useful they are. Native Americans taught early European settlers... Read More →

Recurring

“On the Banks of the Eno”, a new play by the Seymour Playwrights

Historic Orange County Courthouse 106 E. King St., Hillsborough

A courtroom drama set in 1930s segregated Hillsborough, NC. Young teacher Virginia Curtis is on trial for the murder of Harold Campbell, the father of one of her students. The bloody crime scene by the Eno River implicates Virginia. Her attorney is a black man, and the gossips of the town can hardly stop chiming... Read More →

$20.00
Recurring

“On the Banks of the Eno”, a new play by the Seymour Playwrights

Historic Orange County Courthouse 106 E. King St., Hillsborough

A courtroom drama set in 1930s segregated Hillsborough, NC. Young teacher Virginia Curtis is on trial for the murder of Harold Campbell, the father of one of her students. The bloody crime scene by the Eno River implicates Virginia. Her attorney is a black man, and the gossips of the town can hardly stop chiming... Read More →

$20.00
Recurring

“On the Banks of the Eno”, a new play by the Seymour Playwrights

Historic Orange County Courthouse 106 E. King St., Hillsborough

A courtroom drama set in 1930s segregated Hillsborough, NC. Young teacher Virginia Curtis is on trial for the murder of Harold Campbell, the father of one of her students. The bloody crime scene by the Eno River implicates Virginia. Her attorney is a black man, and the gossips of the town can hardly stop chiming... Read More →

$20.00
Recurring

“On the Banks of the Eno”, a new play by the Seymour Playwrights

Historic Orange County Courthouse 106 E. King St., Hillsborough

A courtroom drama set in 1930s segregated Hillsborough, NC. Young teacher Virginia Curtis is on trial for the murder of Harold Campbell, the father of one of her students. The bloody crime scene by the Eno River implicates Virginia. Her attorney is a black man, and the gossips of the town can hardly stop chiming... Read More →

$20.00

On the Banks of the Eno

Chapel Hill Courthouse 179 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill

A courtroom drama set in 1930s Hillsborough, NC. Young teacher Virginia Curtis is on trial for murdering the father of one of her students. The bloody crime scene by the... Read More →

$15 – $20
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