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Historic Landmarks

Quilt Trail

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Roanoke River

Roanoke River

The Roanoke River flows southeast in a zigzag course bordering Martin County through the Roanoke River National Wildlife Refuge and then briefly turns north as it enters Batchelor Bay on the western end Albemarle Sound.

In 1657, it was known as “Morattico River”; in 1671 it was documented as “Noratake River.” Edward Moseley wrote the name “Roanoke River” on a map he created in 1733. It was home to many Native Americans and has subsequently played a significant role in American History.

The largest intact and least-disturbed bottomland hardwood forest ecosystem remaining in the mid-Atlantic Region is in the Roanoke River’s floodplain. Alluvial forests, tracts of bald cypress and water tupelo swamp forest hug the banks of the river.

The Roanoke River is home to a wide assortment of plants and wildlife, including more than 250 bird species.

For more information about the Roanoke River, please contact Roanoke River Partners.

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The Meeting Center

Senator Bob Martin Eastern Agricultural Center
This state of the art, climate controlled space (10,380 square feet) accommodates banquets, meetings, receptions, parties, trade shows and educational seminars. Compatible with most needs for technology and staging. Rooms seat 125, halls seat 250 and the building seats 1,000 theater style. The facility has full catering capabilities and a central, individualized public address system.
Contact:
Phone: 252-792-5111 or 252-792-5802
Email:
Website: ncagr.gov/markets/facilities/agcenters/eastern/center.htm

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Ribeyes

Ribeyes is a great meeting place for less than 50 people
Large Private Dining Room
50 Max. Seating Capacity
Internet Connection for presentations
Meals required for facility use
Contact:
Phone: 252-799-3700
Email:
Website:
1056 Cantle Ct., (Across from Bob Martin Center) Williamston, NC

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Sunset Stables Cowboy Cookhouse

Sunset Stables Cowboy Cookhouse is a great place for meetings & events in Robersonville.
The Cowboy Cook House is a heated and air conditioned party building, on our Sunset Stables Ranch. Catering services are provided from this unique location. you can get barbecue and good home-style meals, and seasonal favorites.
Contact:
Phone: 252-795-3496
Email:
Website: sunsetstables.org
2082 Winslow Road, Robersonville