Find out the latest information about our beautiful and happening town of New Bern and Beyond. Beyond, meaning our travels throughout Eastern North Carolina.
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During this show, Special Guest, Nancy Hawley joined our Podsquad: Rich Sheridan, Lisa Bisbee-Lentz, Laura Johnson and I as we highlighted numerous businesses and non-profits in and around New Bern! Susan Moffat-Thomas and Laura Johnson will be back soon.
5:58 – Brief History of Artists in Eastern North Carolina Book
6:39 – Mural Painting Projects
8:43 – Watermelon Day at the New Bern Farmers Market
9:19 – Discovery Map of Crystal Coast
9:48 – Bear Towne Bears
10:22 – Interview with Pat Drake, co-owner of the UPS Store of New Bern, about the Tryon Civitan’s 3rd Annual “No Child Wet Behind” Diaper Drive
12:31 – Craven County Partners in Education and Craven County Schools Stuff the Bus Event
13:04 – Historical Downtown Residents Association (HDRA)
14:38 – The Safe Nest Project Fundraiser for the Coastal Women’s Shelter, The Staff House, and Religious Community Services
15:20 – Antique Automobile Club of America’s 2016 Southeastern Fall Meet on the streets of Historic Downtown New Bern
17:24 – Shrimp Feast with music by Tommy Thomas at the New Bern Shrine Club.
19:11 – Savi’s Wine and Cheese
22:11 – MUMfest
24:38 – Colonial Stand Up Paddleboard Race
25:13 – Researching your Family Tree
26:00 – Daytrippin’
29:40 – Upcoming Events
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