Step back in time to the days when Blackbeard and his crew of scalawags called Bath home as pirates once again walk the street’s of Historic Bath on September 18″s Bath Fest. The day’s events hold much history and promise great fun as Blackbeard’s crew occupies Bonner’s Point with hands on history interpreting The Golden Age of Piracy. From 10:00 am to 3:00 pm arts meets history at Bath Fest. Arts and craft vendors selling their original works line the streets while musical performances from traditional to symphonic to classic country take the stage at the Bonner House. Featured performers include Pitt Community College Symphony Orchestra playing at 12:00 and Nashville recording artist, David Lee Jones playing at 1:00pm. Art from Bath Elementary School students will be on display and civic groups will sell food. If you would like to learn more Bath Fest is on Facebook and on Instagram as @bathfestnc.
Bonner’s Point is located at the intersection of S. Main and Front St. The address is 200 Front St, Bath, NC 27808.
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