Non Profit Organization Located at 7524 NC Hwy 62 in Trinity, NC 27370 For shedueled visit please ca
Our goal is to bring together persons interested in the history of the City of Trinity and surrounding area. To acquaint and inform them of historical information and material. To discover, collect and preserve material such as objects, keepsakes or heirlooms, pictures and manuscripts. To discover and preserve buildings, monuments and sites, and encourage appropriate marking of such places. To index or catalogue material which will aid the public in finding and identifying all of the above.
The public is welcome to attend these two wonderful upcoming events. If you need to properly dispose of your worn flags, please attend on May 28th or you can drop them off prior to the ceremonial event. We are also accepting donations of gently used items for our Yard Sale fundraiser. All proceeds to benefit the maintenance of the Historic Trinity Museum which is available to the public for tours. Thank you and we hope to see all attend our upcoming events. 🇺🇸
Wishing everyone a wonderful, safe and Happy Thanksgiving!
The Christmas celebrations are beginning soon and this is such a great event for our community coming up this Monday Dec. 2nd. Join the City of Trinity for their dedication to our new City Hall with wonderful Christmas Carols by both Trinity and Wheatmore High School Choirs, a open house celebration with light refreshments and a beautiful Tree Lighting Celebration. 🥰🎄🇺🇸
We look forward to you joining us at our 1st Annual Tree Lighting Celebration!
In remembrance of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice, Happy Memorial Day.
Wishing you all a very Happy Easter!
Come on out to The Grange this Saturday for some toe tapping ~ foot stomping Square Dancing fun! All the proceeds will benefit the much needed maintenance of the damaged roof of our Trinity Historic Museum on Hwy. 62. It's going to be a fun evening for all!
We have great news from the Trinity Museum, the members are sponsoring a dance, barn type that is, at the Trinity Grange.�
Wishing you all and your families a safe and happy Labor Day!
Wishing you and your family and friends a Happy Independence Day! God Bless America and our Soldiers and Veterans for providing our freedom!
In honor of the sacrifices of those who serve and protect, Happy Memorial Day.
May your Easter be filled with happiness and joy! Happy Easter Friends!
Happy Thanksgiving and may your hearts always be filled with wonderful blessings to be thankful for.
Thank you to all the Veterans and Soldiers for their service to protect our nation and for their and their families sacrifices. Happy Veterans Day and God Bless America!
Thank you to all our Veterans who has served to protect our Nation. We appreciate the National Guard and SGT Pendergrass and SGT Brafford who was our guest host at or Veteran’s Day open house on Sat. Nov. 9th. Thank you to all who came out to visit with them and their display, visited our Veterans Wall and toured our Trinity Historic Museum. It was a wonderful day! Happy Veterans Day and God Bless America and our Soldiers!
Veterans Day is coming up and it’s a wonderful weekend to visit the Trinity Historic Museum. Tour our homestead full of historic military memorabilia dating as far back as the Civil War into the 20th century this Sat. Nov. 9th. Pay homage at our community Veterans Memorial Wall and see the additional exhibit of our military vehicles that will be on display on our grounds from 10am-2pm. Open to the public. Thank you Veterans for your service to our nation.
Free fascinating and fun community event this weekend! Bring your family and friends for a wonderful historic Battle, Bluegrass and Hayrides! Tour the North and South Campgrounds while plenty of yummy food is being served up and a great bake sale too! Bring your lawn chairs and spend the day! Read more details on the Archdale Trinity News link below…
General Hardee’s Retreat offers a step back in Trinity’s historyApr. 15, 2013 @ 04:39 PMDebbie HightowerPhoto by Michael HillSoldiers fire during the 2012 re-enactment.Photo submittedExperienced reenactors and Retreat organizers Tuck and Darla Barber.Photo by Michael HillConfederates prepare for a s...
A fun free event for the community coming up on April 20 - 21st hosted by the Friends of Trinity. Be sure to stop by the Trinity Historic Preservation Society Bake Sale for some yummy fresh baked goods to support our Trinity Historic Museum! Please mark your calenders for this fun weekend!
The Friends of Trinity is inviting everyone to enjoy a FREE family weekend event Sat. April 20th and Sun. April 21st.
Witness a fascinating live re-enactment of North and the South battle it out on the grounds of the historic Albertson House built in 1865.
Tour a living history set in the period of the Civil War on our camp grounds while you grab a tasty bite to eat with family and friends and enjoy the period Bluegrass performance of The Robertson Boys.
Experience the beauty of our natural Trinity surroundings with free fun Hayrides departing every 30 minutes and stop to shop the hand crafted memorabilia from our Sutler General Store and pick up some delicious fresh baked goods at our bake sale by the Trinity Historic Preservation Society.
All that packed into two exciting days of adventure! Lawn Chairs are encouraged for this full day of activities and don’t forget to bring all your family and friends!!!
Trinity Historic Preservation Society would like to host a blood drive in honor of Memorial Day. This is a wonderful opportunity to give back to your community and show your appreciation for those who served our nation. If we reach the goal of 50 committed donors we will host this drive at the Trinity Historic Museum on Highway 62 in Trinity, NC. The date and time on Memorial Day weekend will be scheduled with the American Red Cross after reaching the commitment of 50 donors. If you are interested in donating please message our page with your name and address information or call 336. 861. 8357 or 336. 431. 9456. Please stop by and visit our Veterans Appreciation Wall on the grounds of the Trinity Historic Museum on Memorial Weekend. Thank you for your support.
Explore a remarkable segment of our Randolph County textile history with historian Mac Whatley. He will be at the Trinity Museum with a fascinating presentation on the spinning mills of Randolph Co. along with many vintage displays of these fabulous productions. Be sure to join us in this wonderful event on Sunday March 3rd…
Program to focus on local history of Trinity CollegeJan. 14, 2013 @ 01:00 AMJimmy TomlinDON DAVIS JR. | HPEThis gazebo in Trinity houses the old school bell that once sat on the lawn of Trinity College.SPECIAL | HPEThis postcard shows what Trinity College looked like during the late 1800s, before th...
2 Great events happening tomorrow in the Archdale Trinity Community! Stop by the Trinity Historic Museum for our Old Town Craft Market and great Bluegrass with The Robertson Boys from 12-4-pm and then visit Creekside Park in the evening with Fox 8 Toys, Southern Drive Band and an encor of The Robertson boys who are playing both events back to back! Both events benefit the food and toy banks of our community! Lot's of great folks spreading some goodwill and holiday cheer in the community!
Holiday traditions continueDec. 05, 2012 @ 11:05 AM Debbie HightowerThe Southern Drive Band will perform Dec. 8 at Archdale Parks and Recreation to benefit FOX8 Gifts For Kids. | Photo submitted ARCHDALE-TRINITY — The Archdale Christmas Parade was held Sunday, but there are still lots of holiday eve...
Thank you Archdale Trinity News for the great community announcement! Pick up a copy Friends in your news stands today!
Preservation Society to hold craft marketNov. 28, 2012 @ 03:17 PM TRINITY — Trinity Historic Preservation Society will operate Old Town Craft Market from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8. “Come visit our old-fashioned Christmas set in the period of the Thomas Winslow House, built in 1855 and the Geor...
Going to be a wonderful Old Town Christmas at the Trinity Museum next Sat. Dec 8th from 12-4pm so come on out for this Free Community Event and join in all the fun!!! Many thank you’s to all our Sponsors and Contributors who are doing their part to make this Christmas Event happen!!! It’s going to be a Merry Christmas in Trinity, NC this year!
Congratulations new board members Sharon Chadwell who has accepted the position of Vice President and Lynn Nunn who has accepted Secretary. President Don Bowers and Treasurer Fran Andrews will also continue to serve in their positions. We appreciate each of you and your dedication to serve the community.
Pick up a copy of the Nov. 22 Archdale Trinity News still available in your news stands today!
May this special day bring blessings to your heart and home. Wishing you all a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving Holiday!
We have some wonderful Veterans Days Appreciation Events in Trinity this weekend! Pick up a copy of this weeks edition of the Archdale Trinity News in the news stands today. The ATN has also recognized many of our community’s local Veterans in a wonderful feature dedicated to honoring them. All the currant information on many area organization’s events for the upcoming holidays are featured in this weeks edition. Thank you Archdale Trinity News for keeping us all currant and servicing our community!
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Please join us this Sunday Nov. 11th in honoring our Veteran’s for their service in protecting our nation from 2pm to 4pm. Visit our Veteran’s Memorial Wall and tour our Museum filled with war memorabilia. Complementary light refreshments of coffee and donuts will be served.
Trinity Historic Preservation Society is honored that Sharon Chadwell has accepted the position of our Vice President effective this past Monday October 29, 2012 and we are delighted to share this wonderful news.
Sharon and her family are Trinity, NC residents and have a strong ethic and commitment to improve our community. Sharon and her husband Phillip “Chad” Chadwell with their children ~ students Jared and Rachel all serve as our members and volunteers for our and other non profit organizations through out our community. Sharon and Phillip have also raised their two fine adult children Craig and Derek.
Sharon’s gracious personality and excellent attributes as Event Coordinator for the Archdale Trinity Chamber of Commerce is a wonderful asset to our organization and she will surly enhance our endeavors to benefit the community with her services.
On behalf of our organization and it’s members, Congratulations and Best Wishes Sharon and thank you for your community dedication and your commitment to serve the Trinity Historic Preservation Society. We are looking forward to working with you on our many developments to benefit the community.
The Holidays are fast approaching so come on out and enjoy an enchanting old fashioned Christmas event located at our Trinity Historical Museum on Sat. Dec. 8th.
We will be hosting our Old Town Craft Market filled with a wide variety of unique goods so come out and Support Local and find that perfect gift items for the holidays!
We will be featuring the wonderful lively Bluegrass entertainment of The Robertson Boys who will be here to kick off our Holidays with their awesome musical performance.
Fill your appetites with the yummy cooking of our volunteer staff made right in the kitchen of the historical house of Dr. Thomas Winslow built in 1855. Tour this fascinating home which will be decorated for Christmas in the time period of the original date built and experience a true old fashioned Christmas with our atmosphere filled with beautiful antiques and memorabilia of our rich local history.
Visit our Veterans Memorial Wall located on the property.
All proceeds to benefit the nonprofit Trinity Historical Preservation Society to upkeep the maintenance of this wonderful museum and our Veteran’s Memorial Wall.
We will be hosting a canned food drive to benefit Archdale Trinity COAT so please bring a non perishable food item to fill the hunger and assist in providing for the less fortunate.
For Vendor registration please email Deborah Smith at [email protected] or call 336.861.8357. Booth spaces are $20 for this event and have to be pre registered by Wed. Dec. 5th. Home Party Reps are also welcome.
It was a beautiful day for the Trinity Historic Preservation Society’s special guest award winning author Bob Zellers who was here for his fantastic 3D presentation of the Battle of Antietam.
Bob Zeller is the co-founder and president of the non profit Center for Civil War Photography, Inc. Bob is an award winning author on many trade books and publications including his interest with history in two wide spectrums of The Civil War and NASCAR Motorsports. His publications include Lincoln in 3D, The Civil War in Depth, The Blue and Gray in Black and White along with Co-writing books with the NASCAR greats such as Jeff Gordon, Mark Martin and Rusty Wallace.
Thank you Bob for the wonderful and fascinating presentation and for your all support to benefit our organization. It is greatly appreciated!
Thank you to all our guest for coming out for today’s event to benefit our non profit organization. The museum was available to tour along with a visit with our Veteran’s Memorial Wall. Joel Smith was here with his Old South Kettle Corn made in the traditional old south way. Even had a surprise visit with NASCAR Driver Bobby Lebonte and his son Tyler who attended today’s event.
Our museum at the Dr. Thomas Winslow house built in 1855 is always available for public and private tours. To reserve a tour event please call 336. 431. 9456
Ann Bailie, Deborah Crank Smith, Fran Andrews
Please Join the Trinity Historical Preservation in welcoming our special guest, award winning author Bob Zeller will be present to exhibit his intriguing 3D Presentation on the Battle of Antietam at 2 p.m. Sunday Oct. 14, 2012.
Tour this historical home that maintains high levels of structural integrity and all the beautiful antiques and memorabilia we have on display in our museum. Familiarize yourself more on the rich history that surrounds our community. The house is one of about ten antebellum era houses left in the Old Trinity College now known as Duke University.
Trinity Museum, 7524 N.C. Hwy. 62 in Trinity, N.C.
Admission is $3.00
Please Join us for a wonderful Historical Day at the Trinity Historic Museum located in the Dr. Thomas Winslow House built in the year 1855.
Special guest award winning author Bob Zeller will be present to exhibit his intriguing 3D Presentation on the Battle of Antietam at 2 p.m. Sunday Oct. 14, at the Trinity Museum, 7524 N.C. Hwy. 62 in Trinity, N.C.
Take this opportunity to tour this historical home that maintains high levels of structural integrity and all the beautiful antiques and memorabilia we have on display in our museum Familiarize yourself more on the rich history that surrounds our community. The house is one of about ten antebellum era houses left in the Old Trinity College now known as Duke University.
Admission is $3.00
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"Come on out to The Grange this Saturday for some toe tapping ~ foot stomping Square Dancing fun! All the proceeds will benefit the much needed maintenance of the damaged roof of our Trinity Historic Museum on Hwy. 62. It's going to be a fun evening for all!" Lonk in to the Archdale Trinity News for all the info on this fun event!
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