Local Author to Do Book Signing

And other current events on Ocracoke.

Book Signing

Local Author to Do Book Signing

Local author Pat Garber will be signing copies of her newly released Ocracoke Odyssey: A Naturalist's Reflections on Her Home By the Sea at Books to Be Red on Friday, from 2 – 4 pm. She'll also have copies of two of her other books, Ocracoke Wild and Heart Like a River on hand as well. 

Pat published her book Ocracoke Wild: A Naturalist's Year on an Outer Banks Island in 1995. After she bough a small, old cottage on Ocracoke, which she named Marsh Haven, Pat started working on a sequel. Ocracoke Odyssey was originally published in 1999, and is now being re-released. Her most recent book is Heart Like a River, which is the story, based on his diary and letters, of her great-grandfather and the years he spent fighting in the Civil War under Stonewall Jackson and Robert E Lee.

Catholic Mass to be Celebrated Again on Ocracoke

This Friday, April 5, Fr Fred Smuda, OSFS will be celebrating his first Mass on Ocracoke at 6:00 pm at the Methodist Hall on School Lane at 6:00 pm. 

Tapestry Studio Open for the Season

The Tapestry Studio is a weaving and thrift store operated by Hyde County Hotline, Inc. It's located in Spencer's Market and will be open Tuesday – Thursday 11 – 5, Friday 11 – 4, and Saturday 10 – 2. 

Local Author to Do Book Signing

Hotline is a crisis intervention and advocacy agency that offers a range of services including a 24-hour crisis line at 252-925-2500. 

Live Music

Martin and Friends will play this Sunday, and all those to follow, at Dajio from 7 – 10pm.

Dolphins Baseball

The Ocracoke Dolphins will play a "home" game vs. Bear Grass on Monday, April 8 at 5pm at the ballfield at Cape Hatteras High School. Fear the Pod! For more information about how you can help their Field of Dreams become a reality, click here. 

Ocracoke Litter Sweep

Mark your calendars for next weekend's LItter Sweep on Saturday, April 13th. More details to come in a future Current story. 


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