It is with regret and disappointment that we inform you that a mandate has come down from the governor’s office that prohibits
Earl Ijames, as well as all other state employees, from speaking publicly about Monuments at this time. Therefore, the program
that was scheduled for this Sunday, September 24th, 2017, has been cancelled
Earl Ijames will NOT speak on “Monuments” at the Visitor Center of Mordecai Historic Park at the corner of Cedar and Wake Forest Roads in Raleigh on Sunday, September 24 at 2:00 pm. Admission will be $5 per person except for members of the Wake County Historical Society at the $100 or higher level who will be admitted free.
Earl Ijames is a curator at the NC Museum of History, a preservationist, and a long-time farmer. He uses all of these identities in his work at the Museum where he researches and creates exhibits. He has many years’ experience working in the NC Office of Archives and History. He and his wife moved a Victorian ranch house from Zebulon NC to Wendell NC. Please plan to join us for an informative talk.
Location: Visitor Center, Mordecai Historic Park, Corner Cedar and Wake Forest Roads, Raleigh