Aycock Birthplace Volunteers

If you want to share your talents and time in the community, please consider joining the volunteer program at the Governor Charles B. Aycock Birthplace State Historic Site. There are opportunities for both individuals and groups to demonstrate nineteenth-century farm chores and domestic skills, and serve the general public as well as school groups. The following are some of the ways volunteers can help.

Individual Volunteers

  • Tour Guides
  • Sales Desk Attendants
  • Living History Demonstrators (training available)
  • Hands-on exercises
  • Special Projects

Group Projects

  • Costume construction--materials provided
  • Quilt top construction--materials provided
  • Small gardening projects
  • Workshop instruction
  • Special event assistance--staffing, refreshments

For more information, please call (919) 242-5581 and ask for Sarah Pittman.


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