The Museum of the Albemarle will hold “History Tales: Make It, Take It” on Friday, December 14, 2012 at 3:30 p.m. Participants must be elementary age and accompanied by an adult. Participants will discover what it was like to live on North Carolina’s Outer Banks during World War II through thirteen-year-old Taffy Willis. “Torpedo Junction” was a real place that saw German U-boats sink more than sixty American ships in just six months in 1942.
This is a free family program. For more information call (252) 335-1453. The Museum of the Albemarle is a unit of N.C. Department of Cultural Resources. For more information on North Carolina arts, history and culture, visit Cultural Resources online.