Museum Events

 

 

The Alamance County Historical Museum

Lecture Dinner Series

Presents

 

Lisa Cox

Historic Interpreter II, Alamance Battleground

 

 

The Battle of Alamance:

Its History and Designation as a State Historic Site

 

 

Thursday, May 23

 

6:00 pm

 

Michelle’s Kitchen & Table

2461 S. Church St., Burlington, NC.

 

$50 per person

 

Rsvp to Museum by May 20, 2024 and indicate which entrée you would like:

Vegetarian Option: Penne Pasta a la Vodka with Shredded Parmesan Cheese.

Bourbon Molasses Glazed Salmon with Sautéed  Haricot Vert Green Beans and Baby Carrots.

Picnic Chicken with Honey Butter and Sautéed  Haricot Vert Green Beans and Baby Carrots.

Dessert will be Lemon Meringue Tarts.

 

 

(336)226-8254

Checks and credit cards accepted

 

 


The Alamance County Historical Museum

Lecture Dinner Series

Presents

Molly and Jonathan Whitlatch

&

Lynn and Tom Cowan

“The Waddell/Whitlatch Home and Preservation in Glencoe Mill Village”

Join owners Molly and Jonathan Whitlatch as they discuss the private restoration of the former Waddell House (1880), located in the Glencoe Mill Historic District.  The structure was originally one of 45 rental houses built for Glencoe Mill employees and was lived in from 1916 through 1940 by James Waddell, manager of the Glencoe Company Store, his wife, Lou Ada, and their children.

With help from local preservationists Tom and Lynn Cowan, Molly will talk about the challenges and satisfactions of restoring and living in this important piece of Alamance County history.

 

Thursday, June 13, 2024

6:00 pm

 

Michelle’s Kitchen & Table

2461 S. Church St., Burlington, NC.

 

$50 per person

Rsvp to Museum by June 10, 2024

(336)226-8254

Checks and credit cards accepted

 

This a continuing event

 

Plants will be sent at appropriate time for planting.

 

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, Alamance 
County Historical Museum, Inc. was the birthplace of Edwin
Michael Holt, a pioneer in the southern textile industry.

Museum activities are sponsored in part by a grant from the NC Humanities Council.