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May, 2011 Events

May's birthstone is the emerald which means love or success.

Its birth flower is the Lily of the Valley and the Crataegus monogyna.


Latest Discovering Beaufort County

Girl Scout entrepreneurs are selling cookies like the new Toast-Yay!™, in safe, creative, and socially distant ways.
Hazardous Waste Collection - Don't throw it in the trash
We cherish too, the Poppy red that grows on fields where valor led, it seems to signal to the skies that blood of heroes never dies.
Here is a schedule of upcoming events for Goose Creek State Park
Join our newest ranger, Nick Botello-Hernandez, as he has his first program at the park.
There will be a gathering of the ENC Tea Party at The Mayflower Seafood Restaurant (136 Davenport Farm Rd, in Winterville), on Monday, October 7, at 6:00 pm.
Sunsets are a natural phenomenon, and always a process where one can estimate that the evening will produce a magnificent sunset, but, one can never be altogether sure until it either happens, or the light of the day unceremoniously just turns dark.


We have a codependent relationship - the Tiger Swallowtail butterfly and myself.
The Aurora Fossil Museum will be holding their 26th Annual Fossil Festival on May 24-25th
Welcome The Keynote Dance Studio, an adult recreation and wellness dance studio, to Uptown Greenville. The studio is located at 509 Evans St and offers pole fitness and Latin dance classes.
It's a great year to be a pirate! Join us for the 300th anniversary this year of Blackbeards final battle
H&R Block in Washington is offering a free community shred day April 5, 2018
Wind tides are a profound phenomenon that often do not involve the lunar influence on the tides, just a sustained wind blowing either in or out.
It was hailed as the Bomb Cyclone, a storm consisting of warmer moist air from the Gulf of Mexico that picked up a spinning motion after its center crossed the northern Florida coast, now over the Gulf Stream, and without delay barrelled north up the Atlantic Seaboard.


When the ice took over, it was unrelenting, and with the full sun of cloudless days, the snow saw little melt
After four full days of frozen Mac'swood cabin fever, I struggled out to take an iced numbing look a my old muse.
I love watching, and taking pictures of small beautiful things just as much as I love making images of wide sweeping vistas. It is all part of God's natural plan, and I am fortunate to have the opportunity to record it for all posterity.
Summer is almost over and there are many great events coming to AOP over the next few months
Summer is here and there are many great events coming to AOP over the next few months
The Arts of the Pamlico is pleased to announce several artist opportunities right around the corner
For small town America, Belhaven, North Carolina is well celebrated for its elaborate 4th of July celebrations. This post is a pictorial of some of it.


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