Events

While it’s understandable if you choose to never leave the quiet peace of the beach right next to the Ivey Coast Beach House, there are some who opt to venture out occasionally and explore.  This list of events will allow you to easily plan your time!  Event items are added all the time, so please check back for the latest updates!  For fun things to do that aren’t day/time specific, please check out our Attractions page.

Oct
14
Fri
CANVAS BACK DUCKS WITH SAM GREEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Oct 14 @ 12:30 – 16:00

 

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Artist, Sam Green, demonstrates the time-worn art of painting decoys.  View his authentic canvas-backed decoy constructions and chat with this knowledgeable waterman.

Oct
19
Wed
THE CIVIL WAR ON HATTERAS ISLAND WITH DREW PULLEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Oct 19 @ 14:30 – 15:30

 

Hatteras Island has achieved a well-deserved reputation as a summer getaway and a wildlife refuge on North Carolina’s coast. However, most visitors are unaware of the crucial role that Hatteras played in the Civil War.  Local historian and author of “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” offers a new view of Hatteras’ history, interweaving historical facts, archival drawings, and current photography of how the island looks today.  In addition, this book reveals the largely unknown journals of Edwin Graves Champney, a Union soldier who was stationed on Hatteras from 1862 to 1863.

Champney’s prose and artistic talents, along with the quotes of soldier Charles F. Johnson of the Ninth New York, shed new light on the experiences of Civil War soldiers stationed on the Outer Banks during that time. It follows the crucial maritime battles along the Outer Banks and the famous Burnsides Expedition. “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” is a fascinating history of how one of America’s most treasured islands played a significant part in the Civil War and is a must for any reader.

Oct
21
Fri
CANVAS BACK DUCKS WITH SAM GREEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Oct 21 @ 12:30 – 16:00

 

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Artist, Sam Green, demonstrates the time-worn art of painting decoys.  View his authentic canvas-backed decoy constructions and chat with this knowledgeable waterman.

Oct
26
Wed
THE CIVIL WAR ON HATTERAS ISLAND WITH DREW PULLEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Oct 26 @ 14:30 – 15:30

 

Hatteras Island has achieved a well-deserved reputation as a summer getaway and a wildlife refuge on North Carolina’s coast. However, most visitors are unaware of the crucial role that Hatteras played in the Civil War.  Local historian and author of “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” offers a new view of Hatteras’ history, interweaving historical facts, archival drawings, and current photography of how the island looks today.  In addition, this book reveals the largely unknown journals of Edwin Graves Champney, a Union soldier who was stationed on Hatteras from 1862 to 1863.

Champney’s prose and artistic talents, along with the quotes of soldier Charles F. Johnson of the Ninth New York, shed new light on the experiences of Civil War soldiers stationed on the Outer Banks during that time. It follows the crucial maritime battles along the Outer Banks and the famous Burnsides Expedition. “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” is a fascinating history of how one of America’s most treasured islands played a significant part in the Civil War and is a must for any reader.

Oct
28
Fri
CANVAS BACK DUCKS WITH SAM GREEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Oct 28 @ 12:30 – 16:00

 

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Artist, Sam Green, demonstrates the time-worn art of painting decoys.  View his authentic canvas-backed decoy constructions and chat with this knowledgeable waterman.

Nov
2
Wed
Annual Invitation Surf Fishing Tournament & Bob Bernard Open Individual Tournament @ Cape Hatteras Anglers Club
Nov 2 – Nov 5 all-day

Cape Hatteras Anglers Club

The Bob Bernard Open Individual Tournament has been held every November on Saturday following the Cape Hatteras Anglers Club Invitational Surf Fishing Tournament.  Individuals may register for this tournament at the club house starting on Wednesday prior to the tournament thru Saturday morning at 9 AM–that is, during the Invitation Surf Fishing Tournament.  Since the Bob Bernard Open Individual Tournament registration is held in conjunction with the Cape Hatteras Anglers Club Invitational Surf Fishing Tournament, you are more than welcome to attend the events for the Invitational Tournament (i.e. Open House, Tackle Show, Brag Night, Cocktail Hour, and Awards Dinner).

THE CIVIL WAR ON HATTERAS ISLAND WITH DREW PULLEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Nov 2 @ 14:30 – 15:30

 

Hatteras Island has achieved a well-deserved reputation as a summer getaway and a wildlife refuge on North Carolina’s coast. However, most visitors are unaware of the crucial role that Hatteras played in the Civil War.  Local historian and author of “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” offers a new view of Hatteras’ history, interweaving historical facts, archival drawings, and current photography of how the island looks today.  In addition, this book reveals the largely unknown journals of Edwin Graves Champney, a Union soldier who was stationed on Hatteras from 1862 to 1863.

Champney’s prose and artistic talents, along with the quotes of soldier Charles F. Johnson of the Ninth New York, shed new light on the experiences of Civil War soldiers stationed on the Outer Banks during that time. It follows the crucial maritime battles along the Outer Banks and the famous Burnsides Expedition. “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” is a fascinating history of how one of America’s most treasured islands played a significant part in the Civil War and is a must for any reader.

Nov
4
Fri
CANVAS BACK DUCKS WITH SAM GREEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Nov 4 @ 12:30 – 16:00

 

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Artist, Sam Green, demonstrates the time-worn art of painting decoys.  View his authentic canvas-backed decoy constructions and chat with this knowledgeable waterman.

Nov
9
Wed
THE CIVIL WAR ON HATTERAS ISLAND WITH DREW PULLEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Nov 9 @ 14:30 – 15:30

 

Hatteras Island has achieved a well-deserved reputation as a summer getaway and a wildlife refuge on North Carolina’s coast. However, most visitors are unaware of the crucial role that Hatteras played in the Civil War.  Local historian and author of “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” offers a new view of Hatteras’ history, interweaving historical facts, archival drawings, and current photography of how the island looks today.  In addition, this book reveals the largely unknown journals of Edwin Graves Champney, a Union soldier who was stationed on Hatteras from 1862 to 1863.

Champney’s prose and artistic talents, along with the quotes of soldier Charles F. Johnson of the Ninth New York, shed new light on the experiences of Civil War soldiers stationed on the Outer Banks during that time. It follows the crucial maritime battles along the Outer Banks and the famous Burnsides Expedition. “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” is a fascinating history of how one of America’s most treasured islands played a significant part in the Civil War and is a must for any reader.

Nov
16
Wed
THE CIVIL WAR ON HATTERAS ISLAND WITH DREW PULLEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Nov 16 @ 14:30 – 15:30

 

Hatteras Island has achieved a well-deserved reputation as a summer getaway and a wildlife refuge on North Carolina’s coast. However, most visitors are unaware of the crucial role that Hatteras played in the Civil War.  Local historian and author of “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” offers a new view of Hatteras’ history, interweaving historical facts, archival drawings, and current photography of how the island looks today.  In addition, this book reveals the largely unknown journals of Edwin Graves Champney, a Union soldier who was stationed on Hatteras from 1862 to 1863.

Champney’s prose and artistic talents, along with the quotes of soldier Charles F. Johnson of the Ninth New York, shed new light on the experiences of Civil War soldiers stationed on the Outer Banks during that time. It follows the crucial maritime battles along the Outer Banks and the famous Burnsides Expedition. “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” is a fascinating history of how one of America’s most treasured islands played a significant part in the Civil War and is a must for any reader.

Oct
14
Fri
CANVAS BACK DUCKS WITH SAM GREEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Oct 14 @ 12:30 – 16:00

 

http://www.emilysgifts.com/wildwings/decoys/canvasback.jpg

Artist, Sam Green, demonstrates the time-worn art of painting decoys.  View his authentic canvas-backed decoy constructions and chat with this knowledgeable waterman.

Oct
19
Wed
THE CIVIL WAR ON HATTERAS ISLAND WITH DREW PULLEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Oct 19 @ 14:30 – 15:30

 

Hatteras Island has achieved a well-deserved reputation as a summer getaway and a wildlife refuge on North Carolina’s coast. However, most visitors are unaware of the crucial role that Hatteras played in the Civil War.  Local historian and author of “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” offers a new view of Hatteras’ history, interweaving historical facts, archival drawings, and current photography of how the island looks today.  In addition, this book reveals the largely unknown journals of Edwin Graves Champney, a Union soldier who was stationed on Hatteras from 1862 to 1863.

Champney’s prose and artistic talents, along with the quotes of soldier Charles F. Johnson of the Ninth New York, shed new light on the experiences of Civil War soldiers stationed on the Outer Banks during that time. It follows the crucial maritime battles along the Outer Banks and the famous Burnsides Expedition. “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” is a fascinating history of how one of America’s most treasured islands played a significant part in the Civil War and is a must for any reader.

Oct
21
Fri
CANVAS BACK DUCKS WITH SAM GREEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Oct 21 @ 12:30 – 16:00

 

http://www.emilysgifts.com/wildwings/decoys/canvasback.jpg

Artist, Sam Green, demonstrates the time-worn art of painting decoys.  View his authentic canvas-backed decoy constructions and chat with this knowledgeable waterman.

Oct
26
Wed
THE CIVIL WAR ON HATTERAS ISLAND WITH DREW PULLEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Oct 26 @ 14:30 – 15:30

 

Hatteras Island has achieved a well-deserved reputation as a summer getaway and a wildlife refuge on North Carolina’s coast. However, most visitors are unaware of the crucial role that Hatteras played in the Civil War.  Local historian and author of “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” offers a new view of Hatteras’ history, interweaving historical facts, archival drawings, and current photography of how the island looks today.  In addition, this book reveals the largely unknown journals of Edwin Graves Champney, a Union soldier who was stationed on Hatteras from 1862 to 1863.

Champney’s prose and artistic talents, along with the quotes of soldier Charles F. Johnson of the Ninth New York, shed new light on the experiences of Civil War soldiers stationed on the Outer Banks during that time. It follows the crucial maritime battles along the Outer Banks and the famous Burnsides Expedition. “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” is a fascinating history of how one of America’s most treasured islands played a significant part in the Civil War and is a must for any reader.

Oct
28
Fri
CANVAS BACK DUCKS WITH SAM GREEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Oct 28 @ 12:30 – 16:00

 

http://www.emilysgifts.com/wildwings/decoys/canvasback.jpg

Artist, Sam Green, demonstrates the time-worn art of painting decoys.  View his authentic canvas-backed decoy constructions and chat with this knowledgeable waterman.

Nov
2
Wed
Annual Invitation Surf Fishing Tournament & Bob Bernard Open Individual Tournament @ Cape Hatteras Anglers Club
Nov 2 – Nov 5 all-day

Cape Hatteras Anglers Club

The Bob Bernard Open Individual Tournament has been held every November on Saturday following the Cape Hatteras Anglers Club Invitational Surf Fishing Tournament.  Individuals may register for this tournament at the club house starting on Wednesday prior to the tournament thru Saturday morning at 9 AM–that is, during the Invitation Surf Fishing Tournament.  Since the Bob Bernard Open Individual Tournament registration is held in conjunction with the Cape Hatteras Anglers Club Invitational Surf Fishing Tournament, you are more than welcome to attend the events for the Invitational Tournament (i.e. Open House, Tackle Show, Brag Night, Cocktail Hour, and Awards Dinner).

THE CIVIL WAR ON HATTERAS ISLAND WITH DREW PULLEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Nov 2 @ 14:30 – 15:30

 

Hatteras Island has achieved a well-deserved reputation as a summer getaway and a wildlife refuge on North Carolina’s coast. However, most visitors are unaware of the crucial role that Hatteras played in the Civil War.  Local historian and author of “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” offers a new view of Hatteras’ history, interweaving historical facts, archival drawings, and current photography of how the island looks today.  In addition, this book reveals the largely unknown journals of Edwin Graves Champney, a Union soldier who was stationed on Hatteras from 1862 to 1863.

Champney’s prose and artistic talents, along with the quotes of soldier Charles F. Johnson of the Ninth New York, shed new light on the experiences of Civil War soldiers stationed on the Outer Banks during that time. It follows the crucial maritime battles along the Outer Banks and the famous Burnsides Expedition. “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” is a fascinating history of how one of America’s most treasured islands played a significant part in the Civil War and is a must for any reader.

Nov
4
Fri
CANVAS BACK DUCKS WITH SAM GREEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Nov 4 @ 12:30 – 16:00

 

http://www.emilysgifts.com/wildwings/decoys/canvasback.jpg

Artist, Sam Green, demonstrates the time-worn art of painting decoys.  View his authentic canvas-backed decoy constructions and chat with this knowledgeable waterman.

Nov
9
Wed
THE CIVIL WAR ON HATTERAS ISLAND WITH DREW PULLEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Nov 9 @ 14:30 – 15:30

 

Hatteras Island has achieved a well-deserved reputation as a summer getaway and a wildlife refuge on North Carolina’s coast. However, most visitors are unaware of the crucial role that Hatteras played in the Civil War.  Local historian and author of “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” offers a new view of Hatteras’ history, interweaving historical facts, archival drawings, and current photography of how the island looks today.  In addition, this book reveals the largely unknown journals of Edwin Graves Champney, a Union soldier who was stationed on Hatteras from 1862 to 1863.

Champney’s prose and artistic talents, along with the quotes of soldier Charles F. Johnson of the Ninth New York, shed new light on the experiences of Civil War soldiers stationed on the Outer Banks during that time. It follows the crucial maritime battles along the Outer Banks and the famous Burnsides Expedition. “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” is a fascinating history of how one of America’s most treasured islands played a significant part in the Civil War and is a must for any reader.

Nov
16
Wed
THE CIVIL WAR ON HATTERAS ISLAND WITH DREW PULLEN @ Graveyard of the Atlantic
Nov 16 @ 14:30 – 15:30

 

Hatteras Island has achieved a well-deserved reputation as a summer getaway and a wildlife refuge on North Carolina’s coast. However, most visitors are unaware of the crucial role that Hatteras played in the Civil War.  Local historian and author of “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” offers a new view of Hatteras’ history, interweaving historical facts, archival drawings, and current photography of how the island looks today.  In addition, this book reveals the largely unknown journals of Edwin Graves Champney, a Union soldier who was stationed on Hatteras from 1862 to 1863.

Champney’s prose and artistic talents, along with the quotes of soldier Charles F. Johnson of the Ninth New York, shed new light on the experiences of Civil War soldiers stationed on the Outer Banks during that time. It follows the crucial maritime battles along the Outer Banks and the famous Burnsides Expedition. “The Civil War on Hatteras Island” is a fascinating history of how one of America’s most treasured islands played a significant part in the Civil War and is a must for any reader.