• Saturday, February 25th - Sunday, February 26th

The small community of Currie, North Carolina, has a remarkable history that predates the formation of America, and new visitors can learn all about this storied legacy at this unique event that combines history with miles of fun. The Anniversary of the Battle of Moores Creek Bridge is an annual event that pays homage to the first Patriot victory prior the Declaration of Independence, the Halifax Accord and the war for Independence, and is an interactive tour of the battle, and how it shaped the formation of America.

There are a number of activities slated for the two-day celebration which takes place appropriately at the historic Moores Creek National Battlefield. Visitors will be able to watch and / or participate in cannon and musket demonstrations, as well as colonial trades of the time such as blacksmithing, candle making, cooking, gardening, powder horn making, and even period games and toys. With activities and events that will entice visitors of all ages, the Anniversary of the Battle of Moores Creek Bridge is a great way for visitors of all ages to learn more about this historic battle, as well as the time period itself. Best of all, the two-day event is free for all curious visitors.