Frequently when I tell someone that I live on the Outer Banks, the comment I hear is “Wow, you sure are lucky!” The truth about living on the Outer Banks is that it is a choice. Many people are curious what it is like here in the off season, what it’s like to see vacationers come and go as the seasons change.
If you are a frequent visitor to our wonderful Outer Banks then you no doubt will have been to some of these places, or done some of these things. but maybe not all of them. Locals have a unique perspective and some not so well known places they go...but I am willing to share.
First Colony Inn recently hosted the 3rd Annual OBX Pridefest in September of this year. The Board of Directors of OBX Pride, Inc., a Nags Head based nonprofit, recently gathered at the offices of the Outer Banks Relief Foundation to deliver a check for $1,200. After a successful 3rd Annual OBX Pridefest, their flagship fundraiser, Board Officers David Miller and Charles and Jeanne
For the rest of the month, we will be raising money for a local organization called the Angel Tree. This organization provides giftsfor families in need in our area, we want every child to have presents under the tree.
Winter Lights begins at Elizabethan Gardens on Tuesday, December 3. Scroll through the beautiful gardens with millions of twinkling lights and traditional holiday music 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday from December 3, 2013 to January 4, 2014. This special event is absolutely beautiful and fun for all ages.