Join the National Park Service on Friday, March 31 from 11 a.m. to noon, at the Kill Devil Hills Library Meeting Room or online as Ranger George Jaramillo, historical architect, will present “Modernist Tides: NPS and Mission 66 development on the Outer Banks.”
The National Park Service’s Mission 66 program attempted to modernize the service by introducing new visitor facilities, recreational structures, trails and fixtures that we come to expect from the NPS today.
This talk will explore the history and impact of this program across the Outer Banks including the visitor centers at the Wright Brothers Memorial and Fort Raleigh National Historic Site.
Registration is required to attend this free programming event as in-person space is limited. You can register for the Zoom option up to 1 hour before the event. Click here to register online.