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New Bern Civic Theatre’s Request for Community Input

New Bern Civic Theatre
The New Bern Civic Theatre Board of Directors and staff request the community’s support and input by completing an on-line survey, between June 20th and July 5. Survey information from all stakeholders, within and outside the New Bern Civic Theatre, will be used to assess the organization’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats so it […]
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New Bern Now and Beyond Podcast for June 20, 2019

New Bern Now Podsquad
Episode 120 Connecting you with our community as we talk about the people, places, and the latest happenings in and around New Bern! During the show we talked about community news from locals; along with businesses and nonprofits! We also went Staytrippin’, Daytrippin’, and Night Trippin’! During this show, New Bern Now’s Podsquad: Colleen Roberts […]
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Faces of Colombia Exhibition

Faces of Colombia
New Exhibition centered on Colombian portraits and narratives July 3 – 31, 2019 Craven Arts Council & Gallery is proud to present Faces of Colombia by Donna Slade in the Main Gallery at Bank of the Arts for the month of July. This exhibition was inspired by Slade’s trip to Colombia in 2017 and the […]
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CarolinaEast Medical Center to Host Free Alzheimer’s Education Program

Mapping the Maze
Public Invited to Presentation During Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month NEW BERN, NC – CarolinaEast Health System and the Alzheimer’s Association, Eastern NC Chapter have partnered this Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month to present a free education program on Thursday, June 27 at 3:00 p.m. in the CarolinaEast Medical Center Auditorium at 2000 Neuse Boulevard […]
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Community Listening Session

Community Listening Session
Join the New Bern Redevelopment Commission for old and new conversations after Hurricane Florence about your community and its needs, strengths, challenges, and opportunities. The listening session will be held on o Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at 6 p.m. in the Omega Center located at 800 Cedar St. in New Bern. Facilitator: Dr. Michelle Eley, […]
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Tell us how you really feel…

James Reed Lane
We’re trying to gather information about living in New Bern so we can provide information that you’re interested in. We would really appreciate it if you would take this short anonymous survey here: The results are being tallied and will be shared with our audience. This is a great opportunity to support your favorite local […]
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Juneteenth Exhibition

Juneteenth by Lee Hood
New Exhibition by local African American Artists to focus on Freedom Craven Arts Council & Gallery is proud to present “Juneteenth” in the Main Gallery at Bank of the Arts for the month of June. Local African American artists will present their works celebrating the diversity and freedom inherit to the arts, and what Juneteenth […]
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2019 Juneteenth Celebration of New Bern

Juneteenth 2019
Uptown and Downtown New Bern, NC 6/17/19 – 6/23/19 #ProjectRestore and various community co-facilitators are proud to present “Juneteenth of New Bern” in numerous locations throughout uptown and downtown New Bern for more than a week during the month of June. With last year’s resurgence of Juneteenth in New Bern and Craven County, this year […]
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Historical Society Seeks a Few Good Ghosts

Ghostwalk Auditions
Ghostwalk Auditions, July 24 New Bern, NC – The New Bern Historical Society is looking for a few good ghosts.  Whether you are a spirited novice or have lots of ghostly experience, the Historical Society wants you to portray the historic characters in this year’s Ghostwalk.  Ghostwalk brings to life noted personalities from New Bern’s […]
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Auditions for HONOUR, the Musical

HONOUR the Musical
HONOUR, the Musical is a presentation with scripts and lyrics by local historian and professional writer Bill Hand with music composed by local musician/historian and well-known local performer, Simon Spalding. It, first, tells the story of the 1802 duel between Richard Dobbs Spaight and John Stanly and, second, that of one of Spaight’s slaves, Sarah […]
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