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Question #17: 
What's happening at the Currituck Heritage Festival?

How quickly can you shell an ear of corn? Are you the fastest pie eater in the East? Come find out at this year's Currituck Heritage Festival! The Currituck County Rural Center (CCRC) will once again be the host site for this annual event. Festivities for the public will begin at 1 pm on September 16th at the CCRC in Powells Point. Join us as we celebrate "Currituck Heritage, Bulls & BBQ"!

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4-H Youth Development

4-H is a youth organization committed to building citizen leaders with marketable skills to succeed in today's global society. 4-H provides pathways for youth to view learning as relevant to the world around them, to connect with their communities, and to become intentionally concerned and contributing citizens of their communities.     


North Carolina's agricultural industry makes major contributions to local communities and the state's economy. In Currituck, agriculture has a $50 million impact to the local economy. Agriculture programs educate farmers and homeowners to ensure farm sustainability, environmental stewardship and worker health.   

Family & Consumer Sciences

Family and Consumer Sciences programs improve the well-being of the family through programs that educate, influence public policy, and help Currituck County families put research-based knowledge to work in their lives. FCS programs focus on nutrition, health, food safety, food preservation and local foods systems.