The Last Dance Womanless Beauty Pageant sponsored by Brindley Beach Vacations coming up November 4 at Kelly’s Outer Banks Tavern is, of course, the one not-to-miss-at-any-costs event of the fall season. It is not, however, the only event happening over the next few weeks.
We’ve already mentioned the Outer Banks Seafood Festival happening this Saturday at the Nags Head Event Site, but that’s not the last event of the season at that location.
The following weekend, on October 28, the folks at Kitty Hawk Kites bring out BrewTag, attempting to answer the burning question, “If mankind can fly, why not beer kegs?” The previous two BrewTags have answered that question with a resounding because they can’t. But who knows…maybe third time will be the charm.
For history buffs or the curious about what really happened to the Lost Colony, check out the OBX History Weekend at the US Fish & Wildlife Visitor Center on old US 64 on the west end of Roanoke Island. A Friday through Sunday event, the symposium will feature researchers and speakers from the United States and Britain.
Here’s the Details:
BrewTag October 28
Outer Banks Event Site, Nags Head
Flying kegs, a beer garden featuring over 20 local and regional beers, kids zone featuring arts and crafts and a mechanical shark, live music, local food vendors … you can’t ask for much more! OBX Brewtag is presented by Kitty Hawk Kites, The Outer Banks Visitors Bureau, and BrewThru with the proceeds benefitting The Rogallo Foundation. This third annual only-on-the-OBX celebration of flight and beer is not to be missed!
OBX History Weekend October 27-29
US Fish & Wildlife Visitor Center
100 Conservation Way, Manteo
A group of 13 distinguished British and US speakers will convene at the US Fish and Wildlife facility on Roanoke Island to conduct a free public symposium concentrating on recent advances in information about the Roanoke colony of 1584 and the fate of the 1587 lost colony
From archaeology to maps to New World shopping lists to frauds and fables all will be presented and discussed in an instructional yet easy to follow and enjoyable interactive format.
In addition to the presentations at the primary venue, the following extras will be offered: air tours to Site X (ticketed), boat tours (ticketed), walking tours to ongoing archeological digs, film, costume displays, artisanal offerings, and opportunities speak with the presenters at informal settings.