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Find out what’s happening in and around New Bern, North Carolina!

Johnsmith in Concert

Johnsmith Live
Friday, March 23, Trent River Coffee Co. Saturday, March 24, Joslyn Hall Johnsmith is an artist so often under recognized, yet possesses a genius that cannot be denied, ignored or overlooked. For the past thirty-plus years Johnsmith has been sharing his music all across America and abroad. He has become a favorite at festivals, clubs […]
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New Bern and Beyond Podcast for February 20th

New Bern Now's Podsquad
Episode 88 Find out the latest information about our beautiful and happening town of New Bern and Beyond. Beyond, meaning our travels throughout Eastern North Carolina. During this show, New Bern Now’s Podsquad: George Oliver, Susan Moffat-Thomas, Rich Sheridan with Special Guest, Jermey LeRay, and I talked about all kinds of positive things happening in […]
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Famous Bakery Celebrates Anniversary with Cupcake Parties for Craven County Elementary Schools

Famous Baking Company
Famous Bakery is proud to announce a unique give-away to celebrate its two-year anniversary on February 9, 2018. Starting this month, and continuing throughout 2018, the bakery will be awarding one elementary school classroom with a cupcake party. Interested teachers can send an e-mail and explain why their students deserve a celebration featuring the best […]
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Crockett’s Critter Care Fear Free Pet Certified

Crockett's Critter Care
Jeanne Crockett, owner of Crockett’s Critter Care is the first Fear Free Certified Professional Pet Sitter in North Carolina. Ms. Crockett completed 9 hours of veterinary education with stringent testing and annual continued education requirements, to become a Fear Free certified professional. This certification means she not only cares for your pets’ physical health, but […]
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Craven CC Havelock Campus to host ‘Black History Reflections’ Feb. 15

Nelson McDaniel
Craven Community College’s (Craven CC) Havelock campus will celebrate Black History Month with a discussion entitled “Black History Reflections” at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15. Led by Nelson McDaniel, historian and former president of the New Bern Historical Society, Black History Reflections will explore the contributions African Americans have made in communities throughout Craven County. […]
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