outer banks veterans Program
Celebrating Veterans in Dare County
2020 Outer Banks Veterans Concerts
Blues legend Mojo Collins and award-winning bluegrass band Nu-Blu will be performing in two Outer Banks Veterans Week events, which will be featured in Dare County Arts Council’s November Courthouse Sessions.
On Tuesday, November 10 Mojo Collins & Triple Vision will take the stage in the backyard at Jack Brown’s Beer & Burger Joint in Kill Devil Hills at 6:00pm for the free Outer Banks Veterans Week Concert.
On Tuesday, November 17 North Carolina quartet Nu-Blu will takeover Dare County Arts Council’s Facebook page at 8pm for a virtual concert showcasing their upbeat Americana, heartwarming ballads and Appalachian sound.
During their concert, Nu-Blu will be donating a portion of their tip jar proceeds to support Dare County Arts Council’s Veterans Arts Program.
The 8th annual Outer Banks Veterans Week will be held November 7-17, 2020. OBX Veterans Week is an annual event celebrating veterans and their families through the arts.
Outer Banks Veterans Week hosts numerous Veteran celebrations from Corolla to Hatteras and everywhere in between.
Groups interested in listing their veteran events in the Veterans Week calendar of events should send an email to .
2020 Outer Banks Veterans Week
Outer Banks Veterans Writing Workshop
The 8th Annual Outer Banks Veterans Writing Workshop HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Beginner and experienced writers are invited to participate in this free two-day workshop.
This year's workshop is specifically geared toward military family members who are interested in creative writing.
Lieutenant Commander Jerri Bell, United States Navy Retired, from the Veterans Writing Project in Washington, DC will lead the two-day workshop.
Modeled after the DC-based Veterans Writing Project, a non-profit foundation that teaches combat Veterans to express their military experiences through literature, the goal of the Outer Banks Veterans Writing Project is to teach enrolled applicants the art of writing.
Outer Banks Veterans Week is funded in part by the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau.
This project was supported by the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.