Saturday, October 21
The Exploring Joara Foundation welcomes the public to a community day at the Living History Village at Catawba Meadows.
Artifacts on Display
Native American Activities
The Living History Village is an interactive interpretive center which is located on the site of a significant 16th Century Catawba Indian town. Excavations yielded information that allowed EJF to accurately reconstruct sixteenth-century buildings at the Catawba Meadows site.
EJF began development of the Living History Center in the Spring of 2012 and completed the Native Phase in 2016 on land at Catawba Meadows Park provided by the City of Morganton. EJF currently hosts a variety of school and community programs at this site.
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Exploring Joara Foundation (EJF) partners with the City of Morganton to offer a Living History Village at the Catawba Meadows Park.