NC Fossil Festival - Eventeny

NC Fossil Festival

event May 28 11:00 am - May 29 6:00 pm
(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
400 Main Street, Aurora, North Carolina 27806, United States
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Hosted by Aurora Fossil Museum

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Dates
May 28 11:00 am - May 29 6:00 pm
(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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Location
400 Main Street, Aurora, North Carolina 27806, United States

The North Carolina Fossil Festival celebrates the Aurora Fossil Museum and the rich fossil record of North Carolina. Join us for a family-friendly event steeped in tradition and good old-fashioned southern charm. Activities include digging for fossils, fossil displays, silent & live auction, displays by partner nonprofit organizations, movie night, parade, live entertainment, food & craft vendors, Saturday night glow party, Dinosaur show, and much, much more!

Parking instructions
Please follow signs posted on Hwy 33 for general parking, volunteer parking, VIP parking, and handicap parking. General parking will be in the large field between Pearl and Chapin Streets

COVID protocols
The NC Fossil Festival takes the safety and well-being of our staff, volunteers, and festival participants seriously. The NC Fossil Festival and the Aurora Fossil Museum Foundation, Inc. will adhere to the current CDC, State, and Local COVID regulations in effect at the time and duration of the event.

Vendors

Arts & Crafts Vendor

21 shops
Food Vendor - Commercial

12 shops
Food Vendor - Non-Commercial

6 shops
Food Vendor - Non-Profit

1 shop
Fossil/Mineral Vendor

6 shops
Merchandise Vendor - Commercial

7 shops
Merchandise Vendor - Local Non-Profit

1 shop
Non-Profit Services - Informational Only

4 shops
STEM Education Exhibitors

10 shops

Hosted by Aurora Fossil Museum

Joined Eventeny in February 2022
event 1 event location_on Aurora, North Carolina, United States
The Aurora Fossil Museum, founded in 1976, is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) science education resource center. Our mission is to educate the public about paleontology in an engaging manner while emphasizing the natural and cultural history of Eastern... + More