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“Around the World in 80 Carols”

Simon Spalding - 80 Carols
Simon Spalding offers a new spin on the season: holiday music played on international instruments! Simon Spalding plays Bella’s Cafe’ and Catering on Friday, December 21, presenting “Around the World in 80 Carols”. The concert features musical instruments from around the world:  each instrument will play a seasonal carol or song.  The program includes Christmas […]
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International Paper presents Grant to Veterans Employment Base Camp and Organic Garden

Veterans Organic Garden Grant
International Paper staff members presented a $6,651.54 donation to Veterans Employment Base Camp and Organic Garden (VEBCOG) to provide umbrellas and seating for the youth agricultural training program at the Farmers Market Complex being renovated at the old Electric building at First St. The grant is funded by International Paper Foundation. VEBCOG is located within […]
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Join the Coastal Women’s Forum for Lunch with Speaker Deedra Durocher

Coastal Women's Forum Networking
The Coastal Women’s Forum (CWF) President, Eileen Nonemaker has chosen Habitat for Humanity Craven County as the holiday charity for 2018. Representing Habitat will be this month’s lunch speaker, Deedra Durocher, Habitat For Humanity Volunteer and Resource Coordinator. Deedra will share information about the organization and volunteer opportunities, fitting individual talents, interests and schedules. Join CWF […]
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Weekend Roundup: Things to do in and around New Bern

Weekend New Bern NC
7th: Pearl Harbor Remembrance Ceremony, 11:00 a.m. at the North Carolina History Center. Call 252-639-3500. 7th: Live Window Displays, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. in participating businesses in Downtown New Bern. 7th: Rob Lightber Live, 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. at BrÜtopia Brewery. Call 252-631-5142. 7th – 9th: The Nutcracker Ballet, Fri: 7:30 p.m.; Sat: 2:00 p.m. & 7:30 […]
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Gingerbread Awards Presented at Festivities

Carol More
People’s Choice and Heritage Auction Still to Come The New Bern Historical Society presented the first batch of Gingerbread House Contest Awards at the Beary Merry festivities on Friday.  An excited crowd anticipated the results as Executive Director Mickey Miller announced the winners and invited the crowd to see all of the gingerbread houses which […]
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New Bern and Beyond Podcast for December 3, 2018

New Bern Now Podsquad
Episode 106 Find out the latest “positive” news and 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: Rich Sheridan (Crystal Coast Discovery Map), Susan Moffat-Thomas, Kathy Morrison (New Bern Historical Society), Colleen Roberts (City of New […]
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International Paper Presents Grant to Twin Rivers YMCA

Twin Rivers YMCA International Paper Grant
International Paper staff members presented a $10,000 donation to Twin Rivers YMCA to provide summer camp scholarships for children who attend Twin River YMCA’s Vanceboro Farm Life Elementary summer camp. The grant is funded by International Paper Foundation. “We believe every child deserves to be in a safe and nurturing out of school environment that […]
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Giving Tuesday 2018 – Meet our Local Non-profits

Giving Tuesday New Bern 2018
Every year, Tharesa Lee and the New Bern Area Chamber of Commerce Non-profit Council’s NewBernGIV3 Committee spearheads the Giving Tuesday event as they come together to give thanks! Giving Tuesday is a Global Day of Giving that is celebrated on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving as it kicks off the charitable season of giving. We’re very […]
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Craven CC Adult Enrichment Program presents ‘A Sentimental Journey’ of Love Songs

Craven Community College
The Adult Enrichment Program at Craven Community College will host “A Sentimental Journey: Love Songs from a Bygone Era” in Orringer Hall at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30. Performed by former voice professor of music, Dr. Jay Pierson, and pianist Catherine Hamner, the show will include love songs, stories, little known North Carolina connections, audience […]
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