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New Bern’s riverside city is revving up for its annual award-winning fall festival – MumFest. This event is two days of family fun, attracting an average of about 80,000 festival goers to the beautifully restored, historic downtown waterfront, and the festival was named a Top 20 Event in the Southeastern US by the Southeastern Tourism Society. Visitors find music, dancing, shopping, live music and food throughout the festival weekend. This year, MumFest features the 228-foot mega yacht SeaFair with galleries filled with fine art, jewelry and sculpture from artists around the world. This is the world’s first mobile mega yacht and one of the 10 largest privately owned yachts in the US. The yacht will remain docked at the Hilton Marina for MumFest weekend, arriving Oct. 10. Tickets for the weekend are $15 at the door for a one-day pass and $20 for a priority multiple-day ticket.



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There are many more events to keep everyone entertained through the weekend. Thrill seekers will love the King BMX stunt show, dog enthusiasts can enjoy the Incredible Purina Dog Team, race car fans will enjoy checking out the Detroit Chevrolet Grand Prix of Belle Isle Indy Show Car and the popular boat show expands this year with a new recreation venue, Outdoor Life. This new venue has exhibits including bicycling, camping, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, running, sailing and stand-up paddle boarding. Other festival favorites include live bands, roving street performers, dancers, choral groups, KIDSTUFF and Lil’ Kidstuff, amusement rides, magicians, clowns, the Gabardine sisters, a model train show, Weller Kennels retriever trials, NBPD K-9s, face painting and the Art Zone will have plein air artists working on Pollock Street by the Pumpkin Patch at Christ Church. With more than 300 commercial and nonprofit exhibitors and other vendors, there really is something for everyone to enjoy. Live music is a major part of MumFest, and this year music lovers have every reason to be excited. The downtown stage, next to the Galley Store, grooves all weekend long with several different bands playing everyone’s favorite songs. The band 3 Day Weekend brings all the sounds of the classic and Southern rock era,


influenced by bands like The Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd. The five member band The Shake Doctors, led by front man Clay Kirschner, has a play list that includes hits from Billy Idol to Chairman of the Board and everything in between. Tee Jay Jones and the Pamlico Sound Machine is equipped with a broad repertoire that covers music from Soul to Beach to Jazz. “We reach into the heart of each piece of music and bring out its soul,” said Jones. Tom & Dahlin’ have been entertaining audiences for years. They perform regularly at a local restaurant, at weddings, parties and special events. The Achordants formed at UNC-Chapel Hill in 2001 with a mission to entertain and promote their message of diversity through music. Using tight harmonies and a lighthearted appeal of the group’s diverse repertoire, ranging from gospel to Scottish folk songs, is a reflection of the group members’ individuality as an a capella group. Pauline Smith and Don Blalock sing a mixture of classic country music made famous by legends like Loretta Lynn and Johnny and June Cash. On Saturday night, MumFesters stroll across the Trent River Bridge to enjoy a magical evening under the stars at the 2nd annual YPG River Jam concert from 5-11pm. The concert takes place on the lawn behind the BridgePointe Hotel and Marina; blanket and chairs are welcome. Billy Holton and the Soul Shakers and The Band of Oz will get the party going before The Switch takes the stage to rock out the rest of the evening. To purchase tickets go to www.ypgriverjam.com.

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ARTS Film Noir Series Announced

The Old Theater in Oriental announces a new film series with four classic detective films playing Sunday nights in October. The wellknown film noir examples revolve around private eye characters with tough-guy attitudes. The films include John Huston’s “The Maltese Falcon,” Howard Hawks’ “The Big Sleep,” Alfred Hitchcock’s “Vertigo” and Roman Polanski’s “Chinatown.” Sight and Sound, an international film magazine recently polled 846 film critics, programmers, academics and distributors who chose Hitchcock’s film “Vertigo” as the top film of all time. This is a major achievement, beating out Orson Welles’ “Citizen Kane” for the first time. Of the many American films involving private and public detectives, the most praised films are identified as film noir, a cinematic term used primarily to describe stylish Hollywood crime

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dramas, especially those steeped in the greedy, violent, misogynistic and criminal perspectives of the anti-heroic. Many critics suggest that these films were a metaphorical suggestion of society’s evils, with a strong inclination of moral conflict, emptiness and sense of injustice. Films will be shown at 7pm each Sunday in October at The Old Theater in Oriental. Tickets are $20 for the series and $6 for a single film. For more information, go to www.oldtheater.org.

ECU Chamber Trio Goes Classical

The performance of the ECU Chamber Trio at Oriental’s Old Theater at 7:30pm on Friday, Oct. 19 brings joy and delight to fans of classical music. The performance is presented by the Pamlico Musical Society, a nonprofit organization bringing quality musical entertainment, enrichment and education to Pamlico County. Cellist Emanuel Gruber, formerly the principal cellist of the Israeli Chamber Orchestra, is a celebrated virtuoso whose cello mastery has earned awards from Tel Aviv to St. Petersburg. Violinist Hye-Jin Kim, winner of the 2009 Concert Artists Guild International competition, has played with some of the world’s most distin-


guished orchestras and is praised for playing with beauty and conviction that is unrivaled. Pianist Keiko Sekino performs regularly as a soloist and in chamber groups throughout the US, Europe, and Japan, including the BBC Concert Orchestra and the Seoul Philharmonic and Sekino is the recipient of the prestigious Presser Music Award. Each of these three musicians commands international respect in their own right. Together, the ECU Chamber Trio weaves a night of musical magic, with a repertoire that ranges from familiar classics by Beethoven to intricate and challenging compositions by Mendelssohn and Dvorak. Tickets to the concert are $20 and available at www.pamlicomusic.org or Nautical Wheelers, 411 Broad St., Oriental. To learn more about the advantages of membership, including advance ticket sales and artistsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; receptions, call 252-249-3670 or visit www.pamlicomusic.org.

Chuck Brodsky Performs

The Down East Folk Art Society brings Chuck Brodsky to the Trent River Coffee Company on Friday, Oct. 19. It has been said that if Mark Twain was a folksinger, his name could be Chuck Brodsky. This down to earth musical storyteller, with dry, barb-witted social commentary combined with a deep underlying compassion, knows that the best stories are the little things in the lives of everyday people trying to muddle through each day with some grace. His great gift as a writer is to infuse these stories with humanity and humor, making them resonate profoundly with listeners. His spoken introductions to his songs can be as

spellbinding as his colorful lyrics, which he brings to life with a well-travelled voice and a delivery that is both natural and conversational. His groove-oriented strumming and finger picking draw on influences from the mountains of western North Carolina, where he now lives, among other traditional folk subjects. Brodskyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s songwriting inspiration comes from places like the evening news, his family heritage and stories he has gathered on the road. He brings sharp political commentary that is direct and on-point, reminiscent of songs that have opened the eyes of others for 40 years. Brodsky has toured extensively throughout the US, Canada and Ireland for more than 18 years, playing at folk festivals in Denmark, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Kerrville, Philadelphia, California, New (cont. on page 11)

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In a place where boats outnumber its residents nearly three to one, the town of Oriental is a sailor’s refuge tucked away along the Neuse River, which oddly enough, earned its named from a Union Steamship that sank 33 miles north of Hatteras, near Bodie Island. The wife of Oriental’s founder and first postmaster, Lou Midyette, is said to have seen the transom of the vessel displayed years later at a home in Manteo and found it to be the ideal name for their little waterside hamlet. Boats are not just a part of Oriental’s history, they define it. Labeled the sailing capital of North Carolina, it’s common to find residents and visitors kayaking, fishing and sailing year round. Nearly 5-6,000 sailors come in to port each year from the Intracoastal Waterway, many for the collection of regattas held throughout the year. The town boasts a plethora of activities, a wealth of awardwinning artisans, an active music scene, a theater group and a thriving community spirit. The year-round ferry, which carries 30 cars, docks at Minnesott Beach, just 10 miles from Oriental, making it accessible to points east and west.

Nestled along Hwy 70 between Morehead City and New Bern, Havelock is best known as the home of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, now the largest air station in the world. From its landmark Harrier plane propped up halfway through town to the thundering sounds of passing jets, there is no mistaking the presence and effect the air station has on Havelock’s visitors and residents. A small community started in the mid-1800s, Havelock grew, in part, because of the union between Atlantic and North Carolina railroads. A depot was built at the crossing and named after British Gen. Henry Havelock. The 1940s and World War II brought with them MCAS Cherry Point and Havelock’s population exploded, from about 100 to approximately 22,500 people. Havelock enjoys visitors year round, with annual events like its NC Chili Festival and the Cherry Point Air Show, held each year in June, and natural attractions such as the Croatan National Forest and Neuse River. To learn more about Havelock, visit cityofhavelock.com. 10

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Associated Press raved, “Radio isn’t likely to play songs this good ... Brodsky clearly belongs in the top echelon of contemporary songwriters.” Doors open at 7pm and the performance begins at 8. For more information on Chuck Brodsky, visit www.chuckbrodsky.com and for information about upcoming concerts, visit www.downeastfolkarts.org.

‘Bugsy Malone, Jr.’ Hits the Stage

RiverTowne Players open its 11th season with flappers and fedoras as the Rising Stars hold a production of the wild and wacky musical, “Bugsy Malone, Jr.” The young cast is sure to please with this humorous musical. Based on the 1976 movie musical “Bugsy (cont. on page 12)

Exploring Tucked away on the banks of the Neuse River, the city of New Bern offers the comforts of a modern riverside city with a historic tradition that dates back to Colonial times. In 1710, Swiss baron Christopher de Graffenried founded New Bern as the second-oldest town in North Carolina, naming the city after Bern, the Swiss capital. The bear proudly displayed throughout the city comes from the Swiss city’s name, taken from the German word “bären” or “bears.” While providing shopping and dining experiences on par with other major cities, New Bern maintains the spirit and feel of a small town. Visitors can explore 150 historic landmarks, many of which date back to the 18th century. The revitalized historic district offers visitors a variety of shops, galleries, restaurants and historic homes. Tryon Palace is one of New Bern’s most popular historic sites. Completed in 1770, Tryon Palace was built by British Governor William Tryon and served as the capital building in the later 1700s when New Bern was North Carolina’s capital.

Tryon Palace hosted many famous people, including George Washington. New Bern is also famed for a late 1800s pharmacist named Caleb Bradham. Bradham mixed syrup of coca, kola nut extracts and rare oils with carbonated water to create the fizzy beverage known today as Pepsi Cola.

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ARTS (cont. from page 11) Malone, Jr.,” starring Jodie Foster and Scott Baio, the comedy is set in 1920s Chicago as a tongue-in-cheek tribute to gangster flicks. Alan Parker wrote the script, and the lyrics and music were written by Paul Williams, who also wrote the music for “The Muppet Movie.” Characters with names like Dandy Dan, Blousey Brown, Fat Sam, Fizzy, Oscar De Velt, Tallulah and Lena Marelli will sing and dance their way into the hearts of audiences. The story revolves around a non-violent gang war fought with “splurge blasters” which spray forth silly string. Fat Sam runs one of the most popular clubs in town and is in danger of being closed down by his business rival, Dandy Dan. Along comes Bugsy Malone, a lady’s man and a definite asset to Fat Sam, until Bugsy caught the eye of Sam’s girlfriend Tallulah, even though he had set his design on showgirl Blousey Brown. Originally written for children, “Bugsy Malone, Jr.” explores the roaring 20s decade, Prohibition and the Great Depression, as well as entertain with the catchy, swinging score.

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Performances are scheduled for 8pm on Oct. 12-13 and 19-20 and 3pm on Oct. 14 and 21 at the Masonic Theatre, 514 Hancock St. Tickets prices are $10 in advance at the Bank of the Arts, 317 Middle St., and $12 at the door. Student tickets are $10 with valid student ID. For more information please go to www.facebook. com/rivertowneplayers or contact RiverTowne at 252-634-7877.

Painting Workshop with Dan Nelson

Carolina Creations in New Bern is sponsoring a three-day workshop, “Unlocking the Six Secrets of Great Landscape Painting in New Bern,” with Dan Nelson of Raleigh from 9am4:30pm daily, Oct. 25-27. The workshop is held at the Francoeur’s art studio in New Bern. Participants may work in oils or acrylics, and the workshop is open to all skill levels. The concentration for the workshop is on how to construct a captivating landscape portrait. The secrets and insights Nelson shares are very important to creating landscapes, but so is their order. Students will learn the step-bystep thought process that results in beautiful landscape paintings including focused light, intentional composition, rich texture, inviting perspective, balanced color and believable objects. This is not a medium-specific class, but Nelson is going to paint with acrylics for the under-painting and oils on the top layer. Nelson’s acrylics are available for use if participants don’t want to bring their own. Oils do not have to be used, and the paintings may be completely created with acrylics if desired. Nelson has been an artist since an early age. As an adult, he worked in commercial art and fine art, dealing with nearly every conceivable medium. Well known for painting very large murals at festivals, he is also a gifted speaker and instructor. He not only teaches the “how” of painting, he also teaches the “why.” Nelson demonstrates and students paint each day. For more information, or to sign up for the workshop, visit www.carolinacreations.com or email info@carolinacreations.com.


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RIVER CITY Woman’s Club Hosts Tournament

The Oriental Women’s Club is hosting a golf tournament on Saturday, Oct. 20 at the Minnesott Golf and Country Club, a short drive from Oriental, to raise funds for charitable work in Pamlico County and elsewhere. Registration deadline is Oct. 12. The tournament will use the Super Ball format with men, women and mixed teams competing for awards and cash prizes, including $5,000 for a Hole-in-One on the 5th hole. Individuals not registered as a foursome will be placed in a foursome for play. The tournament fee is $60 per individual and includes green fee, golf cart and lunch. Sign in begins at 8am with a shotgun start at 9am. A continental breakfast will be available during this period. There will be a 50/50 raffle, auction and many awards and cash prizes. Registration must be received by Oct. 12. Brochure with registration form and information about the tournament and sponsorships is available at www.orientalwomansclub.org or by contacting Suzanne Jantzen at 252-249-0978 or email, suzj130@yahoo.com.

NC Chili Fest in Havelock Turns 31

The 31st annual NC Chili Festival and Big Boy Toy Show will be held on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 19-20 in Havelock, and has a long history of raising funds to give to local nonprofit organizations in the community.

Last year, the Chili Festival donated proceeds to Craven Community College Scholarship Foundation, Craven-Cherry Point Child Development Center, Havelock Boys and Girls Club and Girl Scouts Rainbow Service Unit among others. In its past 30 years, the NC Chili Festival in Havelock has donated more than $215,000 to local nonprofits within the community. The festival is held at Walter B. Jones Park, Havelock, and covers a two-day span of events and entertainment. From 5-9pm on Friday guests can expect a chicken wing competition and a free concert, featuring Cold Biscuit, a New Bern based band that plays a plethora of music including gospel, blues, bluegrass and beach music. On Saturday, the red and green chili competition as well as the salsa competition will be from 10am5pm and The Yams are slated to perform onstage from 12:30-3:30pm. In addition to the competitions and live music there will be arts and crafts, food, vendors and live entertainment throughout the festival grounds each day, and displays from MCAS Cherry Point and the City of Havelock are sure to entertain. There are activities for the children, such as bounce rooms and slides, face painting, Pedro helicopter tours, race cars and fire trucks. Vendors display crafts, art, hobbies, purses, jewelry and other household items and clothing accessories. Food vendors have everything from funnel cakes to crab dip and a large variety of non-alcoholic beverages available. Parking is free, plentiful and within easy walking distance. Bring the family for two days of live music, chili celebrations and competitions and plenty of fun.

A Craven Chocolate Explosion!

Chocolate lovers have the perfect place to be this October for the first annual Craven Chocolate Explosion!, dubbed as a premier chocolate experience. Held in the newly-renovated New Bern Riverfront Convention Center in historic downtown New Bern from Oct. 11-14, this new event is hosted by The Family History Society of Eastern North Carolina and is sure to please. The event idea blossomed out of a love for all things chocolate. There will be exhibitors, tastings, classes, demonstrations, kids’ activities, costumed characters, door prizes, best-in-show chocolate contests, the Chocolatini Preview Party and more. An admission ticket is $5 and includes five individual tasting tickets to sample the mouth14

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watering creations from the exhibitors who have varieties of delectable chocolate treats available to sample and purchase. Children age 12 and under are admitted free and may use their parent’s tasting tickets if parents are willing to share. Additional tasting tickets are also available during the event. With the admission ticket, each chocoholic receives a wristband good for the day, including “in and out privileges,” allowing event participants to go enjoy the wonderful MumFest activities that will take place during the weekend, such as the beautiful SeaFair mega yacht that will be anchored behind the Convention Center.

For the first installment of the Craven Chocolate Explosion!, a portion of every $5 admission ticket will be donated to assist the Dolde Family in acquiring a Guardian Angel Service Dog for their 2-year-old daughter Bella, who was recently diagnosed with Type-1 Juvenile Diabetes. The trained Labrador retriever will be able to detect when Bella’s blood sugar is too low or high and alert her parents. This is especially helpful during the night as she has to be awakened several times to monitor her blood sugar. The trained service dog will allow her to lead a more normal life. To learn more about Bella and this worthwhile cause, please visit www.cravenchocolateexplosion.org. The organization is excited to partner with OurState Magazine and www.ourstate.com to promote the event with a trip sweepstakes valued at $1,000, which includes three-night accommodations for two at the DoubleTree by Hilton New Bern-Riverfront. There are also gift certificates for The Chelsea, Gary’s Down East Seafood, (cont. on page 18) “He makes....wine to gladden the hearts of man.” Psalm 104:15

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Neuseworthy 5-7: Frankenstein. New Bern Civic Theatre’s first full puppet production. Scientist Dr. Frankenstein has finally finished his greatest creation. Showtime is 8pm Friday and Saturday and 2pm on Sunday. Tickets are $14 in advance, $16 at the door and $10 for active duty military with ID. Details: www.newberncivictheatre. org or call 252-633-0567.

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Expo, Twin Bridges 8K Road Race and opening ceremonies. Average attendance is around 125,000 for the three days. Details: ncseafoodfestival.org. 6, 13, 20, 27: New Bern Farmer’s Market. 8am-2pm. Whether they make it, bake it, grow it or sew it – you’ll find them all at the Farmer’s Market. Local artists and farmers combine their efforts to offer a full range of items from fresh spring produce to homemade breads, pastries, cakes, cookies, olive oil, wines and sauces. Also find art, including pastels, photo enhancements, flower arrangements, handmade scarves, hats, handbags, jewelry and home décor. Details: 252-636-0043 Bear Hands Art Gallery Workshops. Paint Van Gogh’s Sunflowers on the 6th, paint a cupcake (13th), Van Gogh’s Quinces (20th ) or Edvard Munch’s The Scream (27th). Bring your own beverages. Details: 252-5142787 or info@bearhandsart.com. 6, 20: Tryon Palace Theater: WHIT Presents. 1pm. Step back to the golden age of radio with New Bern’s own radio station WHIT, as a cast of voice actors and sound effects artists perform live on stage. Tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for students. Details: 252-639-3581. Sat. 6: Bear City Opry. 7pm. Enjoy the Bear City Opry Country & Gospel Music Show at the Masonic Theatre for a night of good country and gospel music

played the way it used to be played at the Grand Ole Opry. Doors open at 6pm. Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 at the door. Children under 12 are $2. Details: 252-670-7082. 7, 14, 21, 28: Classic American Detective Film Series: 7pm. The Old Theater in Oriental brings a new film series Sunday nights in October. The four classic detective films to be shown are John Huston’s “The Maltese Falcon” (7th), Howard Hawks’ “The Big Sleep” (14th), Alfred Hitchcock’s “Vertigo” (21st) and Roman Polanski’s “Chinatown” (28th). Details: www. oldtheater.org. Sun. 7: Asian Games. 2pm. The Asian Games Club of New Bern meets at the Trent River Coffee House. The featured game is Shogi (Japanese Chess). Details: 252-514-2030. 8, 22: Let’s Talk About It – Affirming Aging. 7pm. These session’s feature the novels “Water for Elephants” by Sara Gruen and “Stone Angel” by Margaret Laurence. The discussion will be led by visiting scholars at the New Bern Library. Details: 252-638-7800. Mon. 8: Facebook 101. 2:15pm. Advanced registration is necessary for this ongoing computer course offered at the New Bern Public Library. Details: 252-638-7800. Tue. 9. Irish Music Session. 7pm. An informal session


of traditional Irish music is planned for the Trent River Coffee House. The sessions include a variety of instruments, including the accordion, fiddle, guitar and flute. Donations are accepted at the door. Details: 252-514-2030. Wed. 10: Tryon’s Tales for Tots – Let’s Set Sail! 1011am. Preschoolers and parents will learn about ships by visiting the Pepsi Family Center and trying their hand at sailing on a ship. Activities followed by a special craft that preschoolers take home. Ages 3-5 with parents. Tickets are $6 per child with adult included. Details: 252-639-

3581 or www.tryonpalace. org. Thur. 11: Arts Ahoy! New Bern Art Fest Gala. 5-9pm. The vessel SeaFair stops to host the inaugural Arts Ahoy! New Bern Art Fest in participation with the 32nd MumFest. First View Cocktail Reception from 5-7:30pm and Collectors’ Invitational Reception from 7:30-9pm. Lunch & Learn – The Cuban Missile Crisis. Noon. Listen as Col. (Ret.) Wayne “Flash” Whitten stops by the New Bern Public Library and relives that threatening 13-day confrontation in October 1962 between the Soviet Union and Cuba on

one side and the US on the other. Bring a brown bag lunch. Beverages and desserts will be provided. Details: 252-638-8558. (continued on page 20)

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Ghostwalk 2012 Spirited through Time

Spirited characters haunt the streets and buildings of historic downtown New Bern this year from 6:30-9:30pm on Thursday, Oct. 25 and from 5:30-9:30pm on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 26-27 for New Bern Historical Society’s annual Ghostwalk. Participants can expect ghost sightings throughout the cemetery, and spirited entertainment is presented at both theaters. This annual tradition turns 22 this year, and should make for a spooky and entertaining few

evenings. Ghosts share stories of their mortal existence at 20 sites in downtown New Bern, including Cedar Grove Cemetery, Miss Gertrude Caraway’s house, two historic theaters and many other homes, churches and businesses. Participants listen to tales of Civil War soldiers while wandering through soldier encampments on the banks of the Neuse River. Be sure to take the children to Agony Alley, where kids of all ages are entertained with thrills and games in a kid-friendly haunted house. Ghostwalk tickets for adults are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Tickets for active duty military, their dependents and students with current ID are $10, children 3-12 are $5 and kids under 3 are admitted free. Ghostwalk tickets are good for all three evenings and can be purchased online at www.newbernhistorical.org or at the New Bern Historical Society office at 511 Broad St. For more information, call the New Bern Historical Society at 252-638-8558 or visit www. newbernhistorical.org.

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12, 13, 19, 20: RiverTowne’s Rising Stars Present “Bugsy Malone, Jr.” RiverTowne Players’ Rising Stars present this wild and wacky musical at the Masonic Theatre. Showtime is at 8pm on Fridays and 3pm on Saturdays. Details: 252638-2577 or rivertowneplayers@gmail.com. 12-13: MUM’s the Word! 9am-6pm. During MumFest Weekend, visitors to Tryon Palace may enjoy the beauty of thousands of chrysanthemums in the palace gardens. Free informal garden tours will be given each day. Details: 252-6393511, www.tryonpalace.org.

12-14: Craven Chocolate Explosion! A Premier Chocolate Experience. 10am-6pm. Come to the New Bern Riverfront Convention for the first annual Craven Chocolate Explosion. There are exhibitors, tastings, classes, free demonstrations, kids’ activities, costumed characters, door prizes, best-in-show chocolate contests and more. Details: 252-349-0405 or info@cravenchocolateexplosion.org. Fri. 12: Mercy Me Performs. 7pm. This contemporary Christian concert will be held at Temple Baptist Church. Details: 252-

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tration is required for this class at the library. Details: 252-638-7800. Mon. 15: A Novel Idea Book Club. 1pm. Octoberâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s selections are â&#x20AC;&#x153;I Am Scout: The Biography Of Harper Leeâ&#x20AC;? and/or â&#x20AC;&#x153;To Kill A Mockingbirdâ&#x20AC;? by Harper Lee. The book club is free and open to the public and the books are available for

checkout at the library. Details: 252-638-7800. 19-20: Neuse River Bridge Run. The new half-marathon and 10K routes will take runners across the Neuse River Bridge before bringing racers through the streets of New Bern. Tickets are $35 for the 5K and 10K and $50 for the half-marathon. Details: 252-634-2370

or www.bridgerun.org. Fri. 19: Chuck Brodsky Performs. 8pm. It has been said that if Mark Twain was a folk singer, his name would be Chuck Brodsky. Find out what all the talk is about at the Trent River Coffee Co. Tickets are $14 for adults; $12 for members and active-duty military and $8 for students. Doors (cont. on page 22)

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and autographing. Details: 252-638-8558. 25-27: Ghostwalk 2012 – Spirited Through Time. Visit 18 ghostly homes and businesses in New Bern’s Historic District and meet spirits of New Bern’s past ready to share their stories. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 day of event, $10 for active military/dependents and students with current ID. Ages 5-12 are $5. Details: 252-638-8558 or adminoffice@newbernhistorical.org.

Sat. 20: Introduction to Hatha Yoga and Mindfulness Practices. 10am. This free, introductory class is limited to 12 participants and will last approximately two hours at the New Bern Public Library. Participants will need to bring a yoga mat or pad, light blanket and cushion. Details: Sue at 252-638-7807. Reel Readers. 2:15pm. Read “October Sky” and come to the library for a screening of the movie and a discussion to follow. Free. Popcorn will be provided. Details: 252-638-7800. Tues. 23: Lunch & Learn. Noon. Kenneth Capps, author of “Forgiving Waters” speaks at the New Bern Public Library. Bring a brown bag lunch, and some tissues! Beverages and desserts are served. Free. Book will be available for sale 22

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26-27: Knights of Columbus Gigantic Sale. 9-1pm. Outdoor patio and furniture sale, along with large appliances on Friday. From 7am-1pm on Saturday both buildings will be open, rain or shine. There will be Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Valentine items. Details: Leo Minervini at lminervini@suddenlink.net. Fri. 26: Parade of Preschoolers. 9:30am. The preschoolers will parade down Middle Street in their favorite costumes and conclude at Union Point Park for a fall festival. Groups must register before Oct. 25. For more information, or to register, call 252-6392902. Sat. 27: “Drinking With Jane Austen.” 2pm. Food and beverage writer Richard Foss will supply some of the details Austen left out when discussing differ-

ent beverages in her books. Both alcoholic beverages and non-alcoholic beverages will be served. Tickets are $12 adults, $10 for members and $4 per child. Details: 252-639-3500 or www.tryonpalace.org. Thomas Pandolfi Performs. 7pm. Craven Concerts second program of the 2012-2013 season features Thomas Pandolfi on the grand piano. Performance is at Grover C. Fields Performing Arts Center. Details: 252-637-1119. Sun. 28: Southern Gospel Music Program. 6pm. Offered at Bethany Christian Church in Arapahoe. The program includes performers Simon and Sara Spalding, the Wilson Family, and others singing and playing fiddle, banjo, guitar, mandolin, autoharp and other instruments. No admission will be charged. Details: 252-249-0266. Tues. 30: Ghosts of New Bern. Join Joe and Joyce O’Callahan, authors of “Ghosts of New Bern,” as they share some of New Bern’s old city mysteries, myths and legends. Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served, held at Hayden H. Jones Auditorium. Details: 252638-7800. Wed. 31: eBay Basics Computer Class. 2:15pm. Advance registration is necessary for this computer class at the New Bern Library. Details: 252-638-7800.


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MARKET Antiques & Collectibles

JL Kirkman’s Antique Mall, 1198 Hwy 17 N, Bridgeton, a unique mall filled with treasures past & present; antique furniture, home décor, ephemera, antique books, costume jewelry, records, pottery, art & much more! Mon.-Fri. 9am-6pm, Sat. 10am-6pm, 252-634-2745 or jlkirkmans.com (H-11).

Arts, Galleries & Crafts

The Accidental Artist, 219-A Craven St., in historic downtown New Bern is a paint-yourown-pottery studio. Relax & have fun in this creative setting. No experience necessary & all ages are welcome! Bring your own refreshments. Groups, parties or individuals. Open studio time daily. We gladly arrange shipping, 252-634-3411 or theaccidentalartistnc.com (R-19). Bear Hands Art Factory & Framing, 219 Middle St., is your place for creativity. Art supplies, adult classes/workshops, home school and after school programs, summer camps, pottery studio memberships available. Book a painting or pottery party for your family, company or group, 252-514-ARTS (2787), www.bearhandsart.com (S-18). Carolina Creations Fine Art & Contemporary Craft Gallery, 317 Pollock St., features wonderful handcrafted gifts by over 250 North American artists. Artists include Janet & Michael Francouer, Hank Goodman, Peter James, Mary Page Whitley & many others. Blown glass, NC pottery, handcrafted jewelry, paintings and prints. Bridal registry. Open 7 days a week, 252633-4369, carolinacreations. com (R-19). 24

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New Bern ArtWorks & Company, located in Studio 323 – home of working artisans – 323 Pollock St. A fine arts gallery representing regional and nationally recognized artists featuring a wide range of styles and mediums. Open Mon.-Fri. 10am-6pm, Sat. 10am-5pm. Details: 252-634-9002 or newbernartworks.com (R-18). Weaver’s Webb & Gallery, 602 Pollock St., constantly enriches their collection of fine yarns for knitting and crocheting as well as supplies, patterns and books for knit, crochet, needlepoint, cross stitch, and weaving. Yearround classes. Make your projects unique with ideas, yarn, patterns and help in putting it all together. We ship. Hours: 10am5pm, Mon.-Sat., 252-514-2681, weaverswebb.com (R-17).

Entertainment & Attractions

OBX Catamaran, Contact Spencer Bailey, 252-876-8315, sailnewbern@yahoo.com. Sail aboard Mozzie, a 36 C Force catamaran with Capt. Spencer to see the New Bern waterfront and surrounding areas, accommodating groups up to six. RiverTowne Repertory Players, 514 Hancock St., Masonic Theater. Call 252-634-RTRP(7877) for information on upcoming shows. Tickets on sale at Bank of the Arts or visit rivertownerepertoryplayers.net (P-20). Tryon Palace, where guided tours, live reenactments and conversations with costumed interpreters from centuries past bring history to life in vivid detail at the Governor’s Palace, Gardens and Historic Homes. And, at the new high-tech NC History Center, interactive games and hands-on exhibits

delight visitors young and old. 252-639-3500, www.tryonpalace.org (R-15).

Food, Wine & Gourmet

Cow Café, 319 Middle St., is New Bern’s only Four Hoof restaurant, featuring a full lunch & supper menu along with delicious treats including ice cream, GourMoo popcorn & more. Check out the Cow Café’s Dairy MooSeum, a treat for all ages, 252-672-9269 (R-18). Neuse River Winery, 169 Morris Creek Lane, Oriental. Small batch artisanal winery specializes in American/French hybrid grapes that grow well in the Eastern North Carolina climate. The tasting room open Thur.Sat. 11am-6pm or by appointment, 252-249-1503. Port City Java, 323 Middle St., New Bern’s premier coffeehouse & cafe serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, an array of des-

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Real Estate

Century 21 Sail/Loft, 1000 Broad St., Oriental, is the waterfront realty specialist with more than 30 years experience in Oriental and Pamlico County. The team is standing by to help you choose a home in one of the most relaxing places in Eastern North Carolina. For information, call 252-249-1787 or 800327-4189. Stillwater Harbour/Tab Premium Built Homes is an exclusive and secluded area that offers

affordable waterfront living just minutes from downtown New Bern. Homes start in the $300s, with a total of 36 home sites and 100 deepwater boat slips in a protected harbor. For more information, call 252-638-8310 (G-7).

Trent River Realty, Inc., 48 Shoreline Drive & 333 Middle St., can handle all your real estate needs. Whether you’re buying or selling, Trent River Realty is dedicated to making your real estate experience a great one. Call 252-672-8412, 252-6331442 or visit trentriverrealty. com (Q-18). Wayfarers Cove, 1107 Bennett, Arapahoe, on the Neuse River, this hurricane-protected, fullservice, 150-slip marina offers a permanent home to boats of all designs and sizes. With the 60ton travel lift we assist with everything from routine repairs to complete overhauls. Stop by our Ship’s Store for service, supplies and scuttlebutt, 252-249-0200.

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Emphasis on Bern, Switzerland, our “Mother City.” All flags, Tshirts, chocolates, nice selection of English teapots, musical notions, German nutcrackers,

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Specialty Shops, Gifts, Clothing

Bear Essentials, 309 Middle St., is a natural and organic bath, body, baby and gift shop. Now featuring the full line of Dr. Hauschka’s skin care products. Call 252-637-6663 or email maryann@bearessentialsofnewbern.com (Q-18). Bern Bear Gifts, 301 Pollock St., New Bern’s original souvenir & gift source for European imports & city/state souvenirs.

New Bern Civic Theatre presents

1. The 39 Steps (comedy) - January 2. Bring on the Jazz! - February 3. Honk! (musical) by StageHANDS - March 4. 9 to 5: The Musical - May 5. Romeo to Go (comedy) - Presented by Saax Bradbury Players - July 6. 12 Angry Men (drama) - September 7. Hello Dolly! (musical) - November 8. The Christmas Concert - December $100 PER SEASON TICKET Family Package: One adult and one child under 18 – $115, Each additional child – $15 Season tickets are available from Sept. 4, 2012 Jan. 18, 2013. Tickets open to public Jan. 2, 2013.

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MARKET (cont. from page 27) Main St., Washington, features hand-painted décor and a wide selection of classy, sassy and affordable clothing and accessories. Call 252-634-3482 or visit www.shopcharisma.com (S-18). Four C’s, 252 Middle St., offers unique gifts, T-shirts & toys, plus active clothing from Columbia, Woolrich & Atlantis. Also sandals, shoes & boots by Teva, Naot, Dansko & Colombia. Mon.-Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. 11am-3pm. Great gifts for all ages, free gift wrapping, 252636-3285 (R-18). Jan’s Hallmark, in the New Bern Mall, 3100 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., is the perfect stop for all your gift shopping. Hallmark cards, candles and a variety of collectibles, including Precious Moments, Willow Tree, Jim Shore, Lolita Glasses and a variety of seasonal and everyday items. Call 252-638-1585 or visit www.jans-hallmark.com. Mitchell Hardware, 215 Craven St., a New Bern tradition for 100 years offers a complete line of hardware, gifts, cast iron & enamelware, crockery, pottery, cookbooks & more! It’s great browsing in a yesteryear setting with everything you need … today. Mon.-Fri. 6:30am-5:30pm, Sat. 6:30am-5pm, 252-6384261, mitchellhardwareonline. com (R-19). NautiPaws Pet Boutique & Dog Bakery, 208 Middle St., in historic downtown New Bern, is pawsitively a shop just purrfect for pets. Specializing in gourmet dog treats & unique gift items, holistic & all natural pet food for pets & their owners. All fourlegged friends are welcome inside for a treat. 252-637-0247 (R-18). Raggamuffins Children’s Thrift Boutique, 2500 Trent Road #32,

covers everything you need to help bring baby home. Baby clothes, toys, furniture as well as maternity clothes and lots more. Call 252-636-5939. Street Sounds, 3200-B Martin Luther King Blvd., features Rockford Fosgate, Kenwood, Pioneer, JVC, Memphis Car Audio and more for all your car audio needs. Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm and Sat. 10am-5pm. 252-672-8895 (F-6). Tangles & Knots, 1910-G, South Glenburnie Road, New Bern, offers color, cuts, perms, texturizing, nails, manicures, pedicures and waxing. Paul Mitchell Focus Salon and supplier of Paul Mitchell Pet Care. Open Mon. and Sat. by appointment, Tues.-Fri., 8am-8pm, 252-6365933 (G-1). Tryon Palace Museum Store, 529 S. Front St., located in the NC History Center, offers a wide assortment of specialty products, including books, food, plants, pottery and fine crafts, jewelry, tabletop objects, toys and more. 252-639-3532 (R-15).

Twice as Nice, 224 Craven St., is an upscale consignment boutique featuring high quality women’s, men’s and children’s clothing and accessories, home décor, and furniture items at reasonable prices. Open Mon.Fri. 10-6pm, Sat. 10-5pm and Sun. 12-4pm (March thru Dec.), 252-633-4432 (R-19).

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Bridget Ipock – Farm Bureau Insurance, 2305 Hwy 70 E, New Bern. Located in the James City area, Bridget is prepared to discuss all your insurance needs, from life to property to auto. Call her today at 252-6373437 or email bridget.ipock@ ncfb.com. Coastal Carolina Regional Airport, 200 Terminal Drive in New Bern is close, convenient & connected. Now offering more airlines for more convenience: US Airways Express & announcing new Delta Connection Service provided by Atlantic Southeast Airlines. Visit NewBernAirport. com for more info. New Bern Magazine

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