The Greater Good Gallery revitalizes the Isaac Taylor House and Gardens!

With all the events happening around town this weekend, Laura Johnson and I had the chance to stop by New Bern Now’s new physical location at the Isaac Taylor House & Garden and Greater Good Gallery.

Every time I visit, I notice something new! It could be a new art piece in the gallery or something that Mike Lentz has improved upon in the garden!

We really enjoyed visiting with Jim Herring and Lee Wood who were painting “En Plein Air” in front of the building.

The following information is provided by Lisa Bisbee:

Don’t miss the upcoming events!

Spoken Word Poetry Expo – April 20, 2013 from 6 – 9pm

Featured Poets: Meg Wethington, Kendal Turner, Tavis Brunson, CP Maze, and Kevin Lewis.

Location: Isaac Taylor Garden, 228 Craven Street, Historic Downtown New Bern, NC. More info: www.itaylorgarden.com

Ticket: $20; includes complimentary beer and wine. Tickets will be available at the gate for $20 or can be pre-purchased at the following sponsors’ locations:

Ratio Theatre, 901 Pollock Street, New Bern, ratiotheatre.org , 252-626-0358

Surf, Wind, and FireLife is Good, 230 Middle Street, New Bern, www.facebook.com/SurfWindFire, 252-288-5823

MJ’s Raw Bar & Grille, 216 Middle Street, New Bern, www.mjsrawbar.com, 252-635-6890

Isaac Taylor Garden, 228 Craven Street, www.itaylorgarden.com, 252-649-1712

Tickets purchased here online are subject to an additional $1.00 convenience fee. Please bring a printed copy of your transaction and your I.D. to obtain your ticket at the gate.

Sweetwater Concert
Saturday, June 1, 2013, Gate opens at 6pm, Isaac Taylor Garden, Ticketed Event. Mark your calendars! Details to follow. Bobbi Waters and Candy Foust performing as “Sweetwater” in the Isaac Taylor Garden.

Reserve this premiere event venue built in 1792 for Isaac Taylor, a successful merchant and plantation owner and also related to Singer James Taylor! It’s a beautiful outdoor garden for weddings, receptions, rehearsal dinners, corporate functions, private parties or ticketed event fundraisers.

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