Hyde County sheriff deputies Rob King and Jason Daniels, the Ocracoke captain, monitor the Back Road pick-up and drop-off spot at Ocracoke School while the front entrance of the school is being repaired from Hurricane Dorian damage. Photo: C. Leinbach

Ocracoke Island is still under mandatory evacuation from Hurricane Dorian on Sept. 6, but a few things are going on.

Tuesday, Nov. 12
Grief support group; 9:30 a.m. The Castle; front entrance

Wednesday, Nov. 13
Hyde County Board of Elections will be available to answer questions, help voters that need an ID to vote and register new voters and/or update voter registration information, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Community Center

OCBA Civic Affairs Committee; 6 p.m. Ocracoke Community Center
NC Ferry Division update  
Mosquito Control Board update
Hyde County update
NPS Update

Friday, Nov. 15
Ocra-Glow party by Emerald Owl Productions of Emerald Isle. Free. Family-friendly. 7:30 p.m. Berkeley Barn.

Saturday, Nov. 16
Festival Latino de Ocracoke at the Berkley Barn. Food, music and more all day.

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