Saturday, September 30, 2017
Rain or Shine
Transformed spaces helping to transform lives one meal at a time!
The Kitchens of New Bern Tour is an opportunity to explore a select number of unique home kitchens in and around the New Bern area. Nine gracious homeowners are welcoming guests into the heart of their wonderful homes – the kitchen – to support the Food Bank of Central & Eastern NC (CENC)’s New Bern Branch. This self-guided tour is a chance to learn about the latest kitchen designs, the newest industry ideas, and state of the art products. The tour runs 9:30am – 4:00pm, and tickets are $25 per person.
Proceeds benefit the food distribution and feeding programs of the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina in support of food-insecure families, children, and seniors living in low-wage, low-income households in Craven County and the surrounding region.
Tickets can be purchased at the following New Bern, NC, business locations:
Bear Essentials, 309 Middle St., Stes 1 & 2
Coastal Sole Performance Footwear, 2122 Trent Blvd.
Creekside Cabinets, 1353 Colony Dr.
Mitchell Hardware, 215 Craven St.
The UPS Store, 1822 S. Glenburnie Rd.
For more information and to purchase tickets on-line, visit FoodBankCENC.org/KitchenTour
Those who purchase tickets via Eventbrite can pick-up their tickets with house sites listed on September 30, 2017, starting at 9:30 am until 2:30 pm here:
North Carolina History Center – Mattocks Hall at Tryon Palace, 529 South Front St.
Look for Food Bank of Central & Eastern NC table inside front entrance – start your tour at any of the listed home locations – Homes are open 9:30am – 4:00pm.
Thank you homeowners who have opened their homes for the 2017 Kitchens of New Bern Tour:
2017 Kitchens of New Bern Tour – Neighborhood Locations
– 438 Innisbrook Ln.
– 1013 Basil Dr.
Trent Woods Neighborhood
– 4601 West Fairways Dr.
– 4507 West Fairways Dr.
– 125 Trent Shores Dr.
Degraffenreid Park Neighborhood
– 1501 Lucerne Way
Downtown New Bern
– 212 New St.
– 254 Pollock St.
– 611 East Front St.
Thank you to our Community Partners!
Submitted by: George Young, Regional Director, Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina