The Rocky Mount State Historic Site is a living history museum that takes visitors back to 1791. This weekend, the timeline is open.
Rocky Mount is stretching its timeline for an inaugural festival that will occupy the site this weekend that will tell not only the tale of William Cobb and his historic cabin, but the timeline of the region throughout the centuries.
Rocky Mount Historic Site celebrated the arrival of the spring season by shearing their flock of Cotswold sheep and showing off their new site improvements.
During the 42 years Emily McClellan portrayed Mrs. Barsheba Cobb at Rocky Mount historical museum, she wore the role so well it was sometimes hard to separate McClellan from Cobb.
While caught in a whirlwind of cookouts, parades and bottle rockets’ red glare over the long Independence Day weekend, local living historians hope you’ll take some time to ponder the reason for the season.
PINEY FLATS — Anyone interested in history and America’s national pastime is invited to witness a match of bare-handed base ball at noon on Saturday, June 4, at Rocky Mount State Historic Site, 200 Hyder Hill Road.
Rocky Mount will present its “Spirit of the Harvest” event on Saturday, Oct. 24, from 11 a..m.-5 p.m.