After a four-year hiatus, Day at the Docks makes a triumphant return to Hatteras village

After a four-year hiatus, Day at the Docks makes a triumphant return to Hatteras village

September 19th, 2022

After a four-year hiatus, the annual Day at the Docks festival made a triumphant return to Hatteras village, attracting a big crowd that was lured in by the event’s many activities, programs, and competitions that were stationed along the waterfront.

Initially launched as a one-day event in 2004, Day at the Docks (DATD) was created as a community-wide effort to recover after 2003’s devastating Hurricane Isabel, which cut a new inlet north of the village, separating Hatteras from the rest of the world for weeks.

The event grew over the years, but was unexpectedly canceled in 2018 and 2019 due to hurricanes, (Florence and Dorian), and was canceled again in 2020 and 2021 due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

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