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Currie, NC – Moores Creek National Battlefield is gearing up to host an array of exciting ranger-led programs every Saturday throughout the summer, starting June 22nd. These engaging programs, designed to provide insights into the rich history and culture of the region, promise a memorable experience for visitors of all ages. Best of all, these events are free and open to the public, offering an accessible way to explore the battlefield’s heritage.

In addition to the scheduled programs, park staff, and volunteers will treat visitors to impromptu historic weapons demonstrations on Saturdays, adding an extra layer of excitement to the experience. All programs will commence promptly at 11:00 am unless otherwise specified.

The summer schedule of events is as follows:

June 22nd & July 27th: Outlander Tour of Moores Creek National Battlefield
June 29th & August 4th: Why are North Carolinians Known as Tar Heels
July 6th: Bagpipe Music
July 13th: Guided Tour of Moores Creek National Battlefield
July 20th: “What’s in a Name: The Black River Road?”

These programs promise to delve into various facets of local history, from the significance of North Carolinians being called Tar Heels to the exploration of the Black River Road’s heritage. Whether it’s a guided tour of the battlefield or an immersive Outlander experience, there’s something for everyone to enjoy and learn from.

For those interested in attending, Moores Creek National Battlefield encourages visitors to check their website at www.nps.gov/mocr or follow them on social media at www.facebook.com/moorescreeknps for more information on the scheduled programs. Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to discover the stories and secrets of Moores Creek and its pivotal role in American history.

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