Lumberton Visitors Bureau: Lumberton and its people extend to you a hearty, North Carolina welcome with all the Southern Hospitality we can muster. Click here for information about Lumberton accommodations, ammenities and other visitor attractions.
Arts North Carolina: North Carolina’s statewide advocacy organization for the arts. ARTS North Carolina calls for equity and access to the arts for all North Carolinians, unifies and connects North Carolina’s arts communities, and fosters arts leadership.
North Carolina Museums Council: The mission of the North Carolina Museums Council (NCMC) is to enhance public education by improving the administrative, interpretive, and collections practices of museums, historic sites, science centers and related facilities in North Carolina. NCMC also strives to stimulate public support for the work performed by these facilities, and to provide a forum in which Council members exchange ideas and foster cooperation and improved communication with the communities they serve.
North Carolina Presenters Consortium: The North Carolina Presenters Consortium advances the performing arts through collaboration, shared resources and professional development because we believe in the power of bringing artists and audiences together for live performances.
League of Historic American Theaters: Founded in 1976, the League of Historic American Theatres (LHAT) is an international, not-for-profit membership association that promotes the rescue, rehabilitation and sustainable operation of historic theatres throughout North America. LHAT believes that historic theatres are irreplaceable social, economic, historic and cultural resources for their communities. The League defines “historic theatre” as a place of public assembly that is at least 50 years old or has cultural, historical, social or architectural significance.
The National Endowment for the Arts is a public agency dedicated to supporting excellence in the arts, both new and established; bringing the arts to all Americans; and providing leadership in arts education. Established by Congress in 1965 as an independent agency of the federal government.