We invite you to kick off the summer season with us at HSF’s 9th Annual History on Tap (H.O.T.) beginning in June!
Tour the revitalization efforts of 3 historic properties and sample local craft beer from New Sarum while learning about Salisbury’s fascinating history and connecting with the community.
With limited space, this 3 part summer series has become one the HOTtest tickets on Salisbury’s summer event calendar. Register today to secure your spot!
This event is free - $10 Suggested Donation
Registration is Required.
September 28 from 6:00-8:00pm
Napoleon Bonaparte House 619 S. Main St.
The Napoleon Bonaparte McCanless House is a historic home located in Salisbury, North Carolina. It is a three-story, three bay by four bay, Second Empire style dwelling faced with rusticated granite. It has a rounded corner tower and a steep, concave, mansard roof sheathed in decorative slate shingles. Also on the property is a one-story, granite-veneered brick outbuilding believed to have been the kitchen.
Napoleon B. McCanless served as president of the Halifax Cotton Mill Company, and held interests in agriculture, manufacturing, and mining. His home was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2014.
This event is full.
Thank you to all of our Sponsors!
Fred & Alice Stanback
Rachel Oestreicher Bernheim
Edward & Susan Norvell
New Sarum Brewing
Greg Rapp - Salisbury Real Estate, LLC