Saturday, October 24
Event Site, Nags Head
BrewTag is looking like it’s going to be a great time. The forecast calls for ideal conditions this Saturday, the teams of aeronautical engineers are ready to go and our mini kegs are lined up waiting for their chance to soar above the Outer Banks—or at least the Nags Head Event Site.
Sponsored by Kitty Hawk Kites, this one will have something for everyone—Kidzone for the kids, some beer for the adults and a lot of fun for all.
BrewTag is not the end of the fall event scene, though. Read on for some more great things to do in the coming weeks.
Saturday, October 31
Rec Park, Kill Devil Hills
Rescheduled from September 26, the 26th Annual Artrageous is one of the best days imaginable for a family to spend time together. Put on by the Dare County Arts Council (DCAC), it’s a celebration of the arts on the Outer Banks.
Geared toward kids, it is a wonderful way for every one to smile giggle and laugh.
Outer Banks Marathon
Friday-Sunday, November 6-8
The Outer Banks Marathon has become a great weekend for the whole family. Featuring fun runs, a 5K, 8K, half marathon and the marathon, it’s a weekend filled with lots for everyone to do.
The Marathon course is a beautiful run, starting on the Woods Road in Kitty Hawk and weaving through the heart of Kitty Hawk Woods. The course also passes by the Wright Brothers Monument, Nags Head Woods and Jockeys Ridge before ending in Manteo.
Outer Banks Veterans Writing Project
Saturday-Sunday, November 11, 15
Sponsored by the DCAC, the Outer Banks Veterans Writing Project is geared specifically toward veterans, but it’s so important that we thought we would include it.
Ron Capps saw a lot of the worst that war can bring, and to heal himself he began to write. He has taken his skills and taught others how to put their experiences down on paper through the Veterans Writing Project which he founded.
The Writing Project is a two day event free to any veteran who served in any branch of the military. Through sponsorship the DCAC offers the course free of charge to 25 veterans every year.
For more information, contact Chris Sawain at the DCAC at 252-473-5558.
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