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5 June 2017; Summer Programs

Don’t miss this year’s summer programs! June 9 – August 25, 2017 Last year, we held weekly programs on Talking Sticks and Tattoo’s that were a hit with adults and children alike. This year, we’ve improved our programs and have a beautifully updated room for our classes! Our programs are […]

29 May 2017; Memorial Day and Code Talkers

Memorial Day is a day of remembrance for our fallen warriors If you have ever participated in a Native event, such as our past Powwows, you would have noticed that every event has at least one daily event where members of the military are asked to come forward so they […]

Volunteer Days: October 2017

The Village is Closer to Completion! Over the past few years, a dedicated group of volunteers has been coming to the museum to pour their heart and hard work into this dream. Slowly, we’ve been seeing it come together with the added help of new members to the group we […]

30 June 2014; Box Turtle Eggs

One of the glorious things about the area, is the wildlife that we get to share it with. On June 10th, we had the pleasure of a box turtle digging a nest. She filled it with eggs and carefully put the dug soil back over the nest. We will wait […]

Loblolly Pine Seedlings for the Journey Home 2014

Dare County Forest Ranger, Rob Shackelford, delivered 100 Loblolly pine seedlings to the Frisco Native American Museum & Nature History Center. Museum staff will plant half of the trees immediately and plant the other fifty as part of 2014 Journey Home: Back to the Future scheduled for April 27 & […]

Journey Home 2014: Back to the Future, 1st Annual Museum Project Day

For many years, the museum has held the Journey Home on the last weekend of April. First a Powwow, then Dancing Moccasins, and finally the Sharing Circle. Each event was a glorious experience that holds wonderful memories. Now we’re getting ready to change it again and hope that you are […]