Latta Nature Center features live, native animals, a discovery hall, an outdoor amphitheater, and a gift shop. The move to Quest will allow the Raptor Hospital to take over the current visitor’s center. Taste the teas of the Boston Tea Party, spiced punch, 18th century treats, and make a special Christmas craft to keep. YOU CAN PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE OR IN PERSON AT THE PLANTATION: The cost of the class is $10 per person. There is a fee to see the plantation and the raptor center only. $25 per person and tickets are by pre-order online only. A psychic-medium will accompany each group through the house and share her psychic impressions of personal stories of past (present) residents. Should Lincoln County Commissioners Chairman Carrol Mitchem be issued a legal citation for opening his restaurant in violation of a state order? on
Come and participate in a one hour Tai Chi flow class on the grounds of the Historic Latta Plantation led by Sifu Dale Guadagna, Head Instructor at Lake Norman Tai Chi Center. Catch wonder by the tail with our formal and informal education programs. Colonial tea and refreshments included. Interested in birds of prey? Huntersville, NC 28078, 704-766-2100 Historic Latta Plantation is a circa 1800 cotton plantation and living history farm, located within Latta Nature Preserve. In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn more complex techniques of cooking over an open hearth and get to taste everything cooked in the workshop. Sifu Dale Guadagna has over 20 years of Tai Chi experience and almost 10 years of Tai Chi teaching experience. Backcountry Soldiers: A Day at the Encampment. In 2016, he founded History Before Us, a project centered on capturing, preserving and advocating influential history. All ticket purchases final. We are unable to offer refunds for events unless the event is cancelled or rescheduled. Tickets are limited! For a calendar of events, click here. 15905 Brookway Drive, Suite 4205 Learn about the important contributions African Americans made to Southern history and culture in this interactive living history event. Redcoats & Revelry Tavern Night, Monocacy: The Battle That Saved Washington. Check out the various buildings that were used as the cook’s kitchen and smoke house. Light refreshments will be served. The Raptor Center will have its own 200-seat amphitheater, new exhibits and a large classroom, as well as more parking and bathrooms. All rights reserved. We hope to be able to host this event for you and your family. The 13,250-square-foot facility broke ground in October 2018 and will also be the new home of the Latta Nature Center. Frederick, a Licensed Professional Counselor by trade, utilizes tactful questioning, empathy and reflection to obtain relevant information needed to produce a true narrative of African-American/American history.