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 2024 conference Special events 

Attendance for special events will be confirmed during conference registration, except for the post-NC State tour zine workshop, which has separate registration as indicated below**.


Trivia at the Times

7-9pm @ The Raleigh Times

Inspired by the State Archives’ successful “NC Trivia LIVE” program and your favorite bar trivia, come out to the Raleigh Times for this battle of wits in archives-inspired questions.*

This program will be hosted by SNCA VP and former Jeopardy! Champion Josh Hager and Katherine Crickmore from the State Archives, featuring Clarisa Arguello and Erin Holmes from the State Library of North Carolina.

Play solo or with a team of up to four players. Admission to trivia is free, but registration is required as space is limited to 75 players. Each attendee is encouraged to purchase food and/or drinks from the Raleigh Times while playing. 

Accessibility note: The trivia space is upstairs and the building does not include an elevator. If you would like us to set up some tables downstairs for you to play, please let us know. Everyone is welcome to this event!

*Don’t worry–the questions won’t ask about actual archives knowledge but are instead about general knowledge loosely inspired by archives topics. For example, instead of asking about microfilm, you may have a round where every answer starts with the prefix “micro-.”

THURSDAY, APRIL 18            

40th Anniversary Reception

5:30-8pm @ All Saints' Chapel

On Thursday afternoon after sessions end, SNCA will celebrate our 40th anniversary at the stunning All Saints’ Chapel, a historic chapel built in 1875 and restored in 2008.

This restored church is now a venue for some of the most historic events in Raleigh. We cannot wait to celebrate our 40th Anniversary in this historic, unforgettable setting!

SNCA will provide heavy hors d’oeuvres courtesy of two of Raleigh’s premier restaurants, Sitti and Gravy, through Empire Eats. SNCA will also provide two drink tickets to each attendee, good for wine, beer, sparkling water, or soda. 

The walk from the State Archives to All Saints’ Chapel is a little more than a half mile and takes about 12 minutes.

Alternatively, you are welcome to drive over, but parking is limited near All Saints’ Chapel. Attendees can park in the parking lot beside the Chapel or in parallel parking spots along the street. Starting at 6:00, attendees will have access to the parking lot across the street next to the fire station on South East Street.

FRIDAY, APRIL 19                    

Repository Tours

2pm @ Multiple Locations

After the conference concludes, attendees can sign up for optional repository tours.

There is no cost to attend a repository tour. When you register, you will receive more information on specific times and where to meet.

Space is very limited, so we request that you only sign up for one of the options.  

   State Archives of North Carolina 
   State Library of North Carolina (in same         building as State Archives)
   NC State University Libraries Special                 Collections Research Center, D. H. Hill Jr.         Library*

*Please note attendees will need to transport themselves to the D. H. Jr. Hill Library. You will receive more information on where to park and the plan of the tour upon registration.

An optional zine-making workshop will be provided following the tour from 3:00-4:00 PM (registration required).

      **Registration link for workshop:

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