NC Culture is a celebration of what makes North Carolina unique – the wild, the wacky and the wonderful! We invite tips, suggestions, comments & photos!
We try to stay on top of upcoming events in North Carolina, and we enjoy focusing on different topics of local interest, waterfalls, Native Americans, unusual NC town names, mills, NC ghost stories, and the like…we love posts, and we love pictures!
We are committed to helping smaller communities get the word out about their area..be it places of interest, a festival, especially scenic areas, etc. Our regional calendars (mountains, coastal, and piedmont) will be updated on a weekly basis, to help folks find events for their areas. We also offer a growing list of resource links for many different aspects of NC: Zoos, Aquariums, Ferries, for example, and this list will continue to grow as the page develops.
If you would like to submit an event for the calendar, please select the appropriate regional calendar link below and fill out the event submission form. If at all possible, please include a link or a phone number in the description area, and we thank you!
Once we have received, reviewed and approved your event submission it will appear on the appropriate regional calendar.
At this time, our roundup photos are specifically from our top posts on our Facebook page, and we ask that you share there, if possible. We are working to update our website so that we can show more variety in the future, including submissions to this website, and will be making a formal announcement when that aspect is available, and hope everyone is enjoying this feature as much as we enjoy putting it together!
You can also visit us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.
NC Culture would like to thank everyone for their patience while our website was down for repairs. Unfortunately, in doing repairs, we did lose about three months worth of posts and subscribers. So we apologize, and hope that if you were a previous subscriber, that you won’t mind entering your information again..Our tech guy was just amazing at recovering data, but some was just too damaged to retrieve..we thank Chris Alexander of Novel Remedies for all his hard work.
Novel Remedies can also be found on Facebook.
Our feature photo is in honor of our new series on the Dismal Swamp, and is of Lake Drummond, thanks to wiki commons