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Heritage Day April 25, 2009 10 AM till 4 PM Harmony Hall 1615 River Road White Oak, N. C.

Heritage Day April 25, 2009 10 AM till 4 PM Harmony Hall 1615 River Road White Oak, N. C.

Heritage Day April 25, 2009 10 AM till 4 PM Harmony Hall 1615 River Road White Oak, N. C. No admission charge—Donations appreciated Come join us for a day of food, fun and history at 18 th century Harmony Hall. Blacksmithing Colonial guns &survey equipment

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