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September 2015

Frisco Native American

Frisco Native American Museum Some things in life are free . . . On Saturday, September 26, 2015, individuals will have an opportunity to visit the Frisco Native American Museum & Natural History Center with FREE admission. The museum will participate in the twelfth annual Museum Day presented by Smithsonian magazine. On Museum Day, selected cultural institutions and museums nationwide open their doors free of charge to Smithsonian magazine readers and Smithsonian.com visitors for a celebration of learning. “We’re delighted to be part of this celebration again,” said Carl Bornfriend, Executive Director of the Frisco Native American Museum. “A number of years ago we served on the Southeastern Regional Advisory Committee when the new Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian was planned, so our relationship with the Smithsonian has been long and rewarding. We support the concept for Museum Day and have been pleased to have visitors and local individuals take advantage of it over the years.” Attendees must present Smithsonian magazine’s Museum Day Admission Card to gain free entry to participating institutions. The card is available in the September 2015 issue of Smithsonian magazine and a downloadable version is available on the Smithsonian.com website. Visitors to the Frisco Native American Museum & Natural History Center can also explore the nature trail which is available during day light hours. The trail includes a dugout canoe in progress. The canoe, shaped from a ten foot Cyprus log, will be part of a village planned for the nature trail. Individuals are pictured below scraping the interior of the log. The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday and is located on Hatteras island in Frisco. For more information, visit the web site at www.nativeamericanmuseum.org or call 252-995-4440. Safe-T-Works Inc. - EC located at 109-B Beau Parkway Elizabeth City, is essentially a one stop shop for all your employment service’s needs. We provide full service DOT and non-DOT drug and alcohol testing, as well as DOT compliance and training. We specialize in on-site testing, training programs, and comprehensive DOT compliance services for our clients as well as personalized client contact, confidential clients record maintenance and storage; and 24/7 availability. Are Drugs & Alcohol Phone: 252-338-8476 www.SafeTWorksInc.com Other services available include: Trucker’s Consortium Designated Employer Representative, Supervisor, & Driver training and certification programs Respirator Fit Testing (Asheboro office) Medical Review Officer services DNA testing for paternity Local, State, National and International background searches We run a remote site in Plymouth, NC one day a week to service our area clients & also have sites in Asheboro, NC; Cherokee, NC; and Pittsburgh, PA. Give Shell a call at 252-338-8476 to find out how Safe-T-Works may help you! Visit us at http://safetworksinc.com/, https://www.facebook.com/pages/ Safe-T-Works-Inc and in the Perquimans County Business Expo Oct. 8th. Albemarle Tradewinds has never required contracts from it’s clients. 24 Albemarle Tradewinds September 2015 albemarletradewinds.com

Louis C. Tiffany: Art and Innovation By: Wanda Lassiter, Curator, Museum of the Albemarle On September 22nd, the Museum of the Albemarle will open its newest exhibit Louis C. Tiffany: Art and Innovation. The name Tiffany is recognizable to many but few may know that Louis Comfort Tiffany, famed for his innovations in glass, was the son of Charles Tiffany, founder of the internationally acclaimed Tiffany and Company. Featuring pieces on loan from private collectors and several institutions, the exhibit tells the story of the companies created by father and son as well as putting Tiffany’s stained glass in the context of the broader Art Nouveau style. Glass such as those pieces seen in the Tiffany exhibit require special handling and cleaning techniques. The American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works has a great website that will help individuals learn how to care, handle, and store personal artifacts. The link http://www.conservation-us.org/ about-conservation/caring-for-your-treasures#.VZ_hPU9VhHw gives you options of learning about textiles, metals, books, photographs, furniture and even video tapes. Be sure and review the page discussing ceramics and glass. If you have any questions regarding conservation of artifacts, please join us on November 13, 2015 for Conservation Assistance Day. Professional conservators will be available to give to assessments and advice on care of up to three objects. To make an appointment, call Rhiana Srebro, Office Assistant for the Museum of the Albemarle, at 252-335-1453. She will ask for your name, address, and phone number and for some information about the object(s) you would like to discuss with the conservators. Please let her know if you also wish to speak with a curator during your appointment. Appointments will last about 30 minutes. Please note that the museum cannot assist patrons in transporting objects. First appointment is at 9:30am, lunch 12-1pm, last appointment at 3:30pm. For as Little as $1000 Drive today! NO Credit Check! Utility Shed 8’ X 8’ Metal and vinyl storage shed by Lark. Good Cond. Well braced inside $400 You move it. Call Jesse 252-489-8667 Call Today 252-338-4007 facebook.com/AlbemarleTradingPost Albemarle Tradewinds September 2015 25