The Whiteville Juniorettes Club recently inducted new members. They are pictured, from left, first row, Emma Gray Wheatley, Lorelai Palmer, Samantha Cahn, Kourtney McAllister, Page Izzo, Jessica Holcomb, Ella Inman, Emma Simmons, second row, Shree Bhagalia, Anna Grace Dyson, Marissa Ivey, Emmy Williams, Kenley McPherson, Olivia Lanier, Kaylee Williams and Mykelliona Shipman. Contributed photo.
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The N.C. Museum Of Natural Sciences at Whiteville Get Outdoors Photo Competition is July 24 - September 18.
Get outdoors to capture
The N.C. Museum Of Natural Sciences at Whiteville Get Outdoors Photo Competition is July 24 – September 18.
Get outdoors to capture North Carolina’s natural wonder on camera. The competition aims to connect entrants with the extraordinary beauty of nature that surrounds us when we step outside to find it. All ages and abilities are encouraged to enter photos.
So, get outside and snap a picture of NC nature to enter the competition in one of these categories:
– Specific to Southeastern NC
– Awesome Animal
– Lovely Landscape
– Best Bug
– Fun Fungi
– Plant Power
– Overlooked wonders
Grand Prize: In addition to the prizes below, the top photograph or photographs may be featured in the News Reporter in print and online at the conclusion of the competition.
Category Winners: Top entries from each category may be exhibited in print at the Museum in Whiteville. Prints of exhibited images will be given to the photographer at the conclusion of the exhibition. Top photos from each category will earn an exclusive Monarch Mural Sticker by artist Bess Taylor and may be featured on the NC Museum of Natural Sciences Facebook and Instagram pages.
To enter: Take a photograph outdoors of NC nature in one of the above categories. Post your image to Facebook or Instagram and tag the Museum @NCMNSWhiteville by September 18. Participants under the age of 13 must have a guardian over the age of 18 enter a photograph on their behalf. For questions about entries, please message us on Facebook or Instagram @NCMNSWhiteville, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you to the Friends of the NC Museum of Natural Sciences at Whiteville for supporting this competition.
By entering the NC Museum Of Natural Sciences at Whiteville Get Outdoors Photo Competition, entrants grant the NC Museum of Natural Sciences at Whiteville the right to publish and use submitted photographs in electronic or print form. Reproduction of entries will include the necessary photographer credit. The competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Instagram or Facebook. Entrants fully release the Museum, Instagram, and Facebook from any liability associated with participation in the competition.
The Columbus County Farmers Market Board has announced plans to proceed with the remaining 2020 special farmers market events which include Honey Day on Saturday, September 19, from 8 a.m.
The Columbus County Farmers Market Board has announced plans to proceed with the remaining 2020 special farmers market events which include Honey Day on Saturday, September 19, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The event will feature local honey, honey and beeswax-based products like lotions, salves, soaps, candles, lip balm, as well as delicious honey-based baked goods and other food products. Special COVID-19 precautions such as social distancing and wearing of face coverings/masks is encouraged.
The Columbus County Beekeepers Association plans to have a space to promote the local beekeeping and honey industry. Other honey vendors are encouraged to participate as a vendor at the market. The cost is $15 per space.
In addition to the honey and honey products, the market expects to have a good variety of locally grown, farm fresh products for sale including figs, okra, peppers, squash, fresh cut flowers, eggs, jams, jellies, pickles, handmade wood crafts and more.
Other upcoming special events on the schedule include Sweet Potato Day on Saturday, October 17; the Farm-to-Table Dinner Fundraiser at The Farm at Union Valley on Thursday, October 22; Collard & Cornbread Day on Saturday, November 14; and the “Christmas from the Heart” Craft Show & Sale on Saturday, December 5.
The Columbus County Farmers Community Market is located at 132 Government Complex Road in Whiteville, North Carolina near the Department of Social Services. The Farmers Market is open on Saturdays from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. For more information, visit www.columbuscountyfarmersmarket.com or call 910-840-6743.
NC Museum of Natural Sciences at Whiteville will open to the public September 22. The outdoor spaces, lobby, restrooms, and museum store will be open Tuesday through Saturday, 9:00 a.m.
NC Museum of Natural Sciences at Whiteville will open to the public September 22. The outdoor spaces, lobby, restrooms, and museum store will be open Tuesday through Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. during the initial opening. Please visit naturalsciences.org/whiteville to learn more.
Join John Gerwin, research curator of Ornithology for NC Museum of Natural Sciences and museum staff for a virtual chimney swift watch. Learn all about these amazing birds and
Join John Gerwin, research curator of Ornithology for NC Museum of Natural Sciences and museum staff for a virtual chimney swift watch. Learn all about these amazing birds and watch as thousands of birds make their nightly descent to roost. Tune in to the NCMNS Whiteville Facebook page on September 23 at 6:45 PM to ask questions and observe the spectacle of the swirling swifts!