>Dr. David La Vere presents "A Tuscarora War Trio: Core Tom, Captain Brice, and the Baron"

> New Bern, NC - Dr. David La Vere, noted author of several Native American books and Professor of History at UNC-Wilmington, will present “A Tuscarora War Trio: Core Tom, Captain Brice, and the Baron” about the war that began in September 1711 in Eastern North Carolina between the Tuscarora Indians and the Colonial Settlers. In [...]

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>The Wizard of Oz

> Dorothy played by Georgie Blackerby Book by L. Frank Baum, adapted by Frank Gabrielson with music and lyrics of the MGM motion picture score by Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg. Directed by Aaron Williams Put on your ruby slippers and follow the yellow brick road all the way to New Bern Civic Theatre’s [...]

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>Eco-friendly – Modern Technology merges with 300 years of History

> Wetlands at The North Carolina History Center Did you know the North Carolina History Center at Tryon Palace was built as one of the state’s first history education buildings designed for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. “Learn how this green addition to Tryon Palace at the North Carolina History Center improves our [...]

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>CarolinaEast Health System Partners with CaringBridge to Enhance Patient and Family Centered Care

> New Bern, NC – CarolinaEast Health System announces a partnership with CaringBridge, a nonprofit providing free websites that connect families and friends during a significant health challenge. A CaringBridge website gives patients and caregivers a place to provide health updates, post photos and receive messages of hope and encouragement in a guestbook. “By establishing [...]

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