- Published on Wednesday, 21 May 2014 20:11
- Written by Super User
The Federal Point Historic Preservation Society is located 1121-A N Lake Park Blvd. in Carolina Beach on the south edge of the Town of Carolina Beach Municipal complex.
The Federal Point History Center is the only place you can find official “Ocean Plaza” t-shirts, they are available in all sizes and several colors for only $14 each. In addition you can find a huge selection of historic post cards, books, CD’s and maps. There are plenty of goodies for kids like pirate paper trails, color in postcards and sea life stuffed animals. Pick up a hand painted ornament by Brenda Coffey, the three designs features Federal Point Lighthouses and are a steal at only $13 each or all three for $35! If you can’t find what you are looking for there, grab an annual membership to the Federal Point Historic Preservation Society! Annual membership includes twelve issues of our monthly Newsletter and 10 monthly programs at the History Center, as well as June and December socials. It's a great place to meet and get to know others interested in our rich local history! Rates are very reasonable, forms can be downloaded at www.federal-point-history.org The Federal Point Historic Preservation Society was formed on March 28, 1994, for the purpose of bringing together persons interested in the history of Federal Point Township and who wished to make a contribution in documenting and preserving North Carolina history. Through historic research, surveys, public education, markers, plaques, publications, structure identification, National Register nominations, genealogical research, and legislative lobbying, our preservation society hopes to preserve, document, and present the history of our area. The Federal Point Historic Preservation Society is located 1121-A North Lake Park Boulevard in Carolina Beach on the south edge of the Town of Carolina Beach Municipal complex.
They are open Tuesdays, Friday and Saturday from 10:00am until 4:00pm. They can be reached by calling (910)458-0502 and online at www.federal-point-history.org.