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midst the history, architecture and special events that dot New Bern’s landscape, there is also an abundant art scene just waiting to be discovered. From 5 to 8pm on Friday, March 11, the crowds will once again take to the streets in search of arts, entertainment and fellowship as ArtWalk welcomes them to downtown New Bern. Held one Friday, every other month, ArtWalk started in 1995 as part of the Governor’s Conference on Tourism and has run almost continuously, with a few breaks along the way, driving interest in the arts and giving visitors a reason to come downtown on a Friday evening. Janet Francoeur, owner of Carolina Creations on Pollock Street, remembers that first event. Musician Dana Scott and friends performed in her store window and people were dancing on the sidewalk, she said. But that’s just one of the special events through the years that has 6

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made ArtWalk more popular with each one passing. “All the galleries and shops are within the core business district so you can easily walk. That’s one of the wonderful things about downtown New Bern – the scale,” Francoeur said. “That’s one reason it’s such a wonderful place for tourists, too. They can stay in a downtown hotel or B&B and they won’t have to get into their car until they’re ready to go home.” The proximity of New Bern’s art galleries just lends itself to a walking tour. Eight galleries, within an easily walk-able distance of one another, participate in each event. But the sites don’t just put out the welcome mat and hope for added visitation with their extended hours. Instead, they offer refreshments, special shows, receptions, visits with the artists, demonstrations and workshops. Sometimes, as Francoeur pointed out, you’ll find music. Sometimes you’ll find the unveiling of


a new show. The idea is that you’re never quite sure what you’re going to find – so visitors come back time and time again. “During the March ArtWalk at Carolina Creations we’ll have a glass lampworking demonstration and a book signing with Karen Dodd at Carolina Creations,” Francoeur said. “In May we’ll have a visiting artist, Jude Lobe from Mebane.” Match that with specials and open houses at downtown restaurants and retail establishments and you’ve got the makings of a night on the town. And while everyone is bustling from gallery to gallery, stopping in between to peer in a shop window or grab a bite to eat at a local restaurant, something magical is happening – for a few hours on that Friday night, the heart of the city becomes just that, a vibrant shopping district where people from all reaches of area come together and meet. “People really look forward to the ArtWalks,” said Francoeur. “If one gallery has an opening you might get 100 people to come, if eight galleries have openings you might get 1,000.” While it encourages people to visit their favorite gallery more frequently, it also gives the galleries incentive to change their work more regularly, she added. And that, in turn, gives more fledgling artists the opportunity to have their work seen. Whether you’re looking to add to your art collection, or you’re just eager to get outside and leave the winter doldrums behind, ArtWalk is a great opportunity to get out and meet your neighbors while showing support for the local arts community. As always, ArtWalk is a free event. To learn more, call 252-638-2577.

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RIVER CITY A Taste of Coastal Carolina Executive chefs from some of the area’s leading restaurants will unveil their specialty dishes at the Neuse Riverkeeper Foundation’s 8th annual Taste of Coastal Carolina fundraising event to be held March 15 at New Bern’s Riverfront Convention Center. More than 30 restaurants and caterers will be represented at the culinary extravaganza that offers samplings of a wide range of assorted ethnic and regional dishes created to excite the most discriminating palates. Participating restaurants, including The Chelsea, The Flame, Persimmons, El Zarape, Zorba’s Kitchen, Jenn & Sami’s Bella Cucina, Chef and the Farmer, Morgan’s Tavern & Grill, The Villagio, MJ’s Raw Bar & Grille and more, will be assigned a serving station and patrons will be allowed to move freely to sample the expansive array of cuisine. “Whether you are a gourmet or not, this is an experience not to be missed,” according to Larry Baldwin, the Lower Neuse Riverkeeper.

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“The Taste of Coastal Carolina is an increasingly popular two-hour food festival that attracted more than 750 area residents to the convention center last year.” Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 at the door. The ticket price does not include beverages. Wine, beer and soda will be available at a cash bar. Patron tickets are $100 each and afford the purchaser reserved seating, beverages and a champagne reception from 5:15 to 6pm, when the doors open to all attendees. Tickets are available at Mitchell’s Hardware and by calling 252-637-7972 or visiting neuseriver.org. Net proceeds from the event will help fund the foundation’s endeavors to protect the quality and vibrancy of the Neuse River, which from its origin in the headwaters of Person County courses over 250 miles to the Pamlico Sound. Its watershed covers more than 6,235 square miles, and at its mouth, it is approximately six miles across, making it the widest mouth of any river in the United States.


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Wondering how to get Fido to listen better? The Craven County Recreation and Parks Dept. is sponsoring a dog obedience class for six consecutive Wednesday nights. The class runs from 6:30-7:30pm and costs $70. Advance registration is required. To learn more, or to sign up, call 252-636-6606 or visit cravencounty.com/ parks/rec1.

The Coastal Women’s Shelter will hold its 11th annual “A Night to Remember – Tropical Night” fundraising event at 6pm on Saturday, March 26, at the New Bern Riverfront Convention Center. The Flame Restaurant has created an outstanding dinner menu and musical entertainment will be provided by Big Daddy Rhythm & the Heavyweights. Live and silent auctions are also planned, as well as a 50/50 raffle. The fun starts at 6 pm so get your Hawaiian shirts ready. Tickets are $45 and available at the CWS office and the New Bern Riverfront Convention Center. For information on becoming a sponsor or donating to the auctions, call 252-638-4509.

Battlefield Work Day New Bern Battlefield Park will hold a volunteer workday from 9am-noon on Saturday, March 12. Volunteers will assist the park maintenance crew in a variety of tasks involving general brush removal and relocation of materials for future construction. Volunteers are asked to wear work clothing and bring gloves. All members of the family are welcome to participate – make it a family affair. The park is located off Hwy 70 East at the entrance to Taberna, near Dunkin Donuts. Upon entering Taberna Way, cross the railroad tracks and make an immediate left. The visitor’s center is at the end of the road. For further information, contact the New Bern Historical Society at 252-638-8558.

Savitt Lecture Slated The New Bern Historical Society and the NC Humanities Council are welcoming Dr. Todd Savitt to New Bern at 11:30am on Wednesday, March 9 as part of the Lunch & Learn series at The Chelsea Restaurant. His program is entitled “Entering a White Profession: Black Physicians in the Turn-of-the-Century South.” (cont. on page 10) New Bern Magazine

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cians to the emergence of black physicians in their communities. Prepaid reservations are required. Tickets are $17 for nonmembers and $15 for members. For additional information, or to purchase tickets, call the New Bern Historical Society at 252638-8558.

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The New Bern Historical Society’s 21st annual ABC (Attic-Basement-Closet) Yard Sale is planned from 8am-1pm on Saturday, March 5, at the Knights of Columbus Building on Pinetree Drive. Everything from dishes to dolls to door knobs will be sold at this one-day-only sale that supports the New Bern Historical Society. Society Director Lynne Harakal is expecting this to be one of the largest ABC Sales ever, as donations have overflowed storage spaces. Value-spotting shoppers eagerly await this huge annual event. Items available include collectables, pictures, furniture, kitchenware, hardware, toys, jewelry, books, linens, silver, seasonal decorations, sporting equipment, electronics, brass, dishes, antiques and much more. Many shoppers are in line by 7am although the doors positively do not open until 8am. A $1 donation is collected at the door for admission.

Dinner & Dancing The 14th annual Senior Dinner, Dance & Silent Auction is planned from 6:30-10:30pm on Saturday, March 19, at the St. Paul Family Life Center on Country Club Drive. The cost is $30 per person. Music will be provided by Bruce Horton and dinner will be catered by The Chelsea Restaurant. The Senior Pharmacy Program began providing services in March of 1993 to eligible seniors age 60 and over in need of assistance with prescription costs that treat chronic illnesses. The program serves people of all faiths. The annual dinner/dance/silent auction is held to raise funds to help our vulnerable seniors in meeting their medication needs. For information about tickets, business donations and/or donations to the silent auction please call Kim at 252-638-2188.


In 2005, New Bern’s Board of Aldermen accepted Dr. Jim Congleton’s request to contribute a public sculpture as a 300th anniversary gift to the town. He commissioned Susan Pascal Beran of California, whose contemporary pieces can be found in many large cities throughout the nation, to design and construct a 29-foot tall sculpture reminiscent of New Bern’s prized spider lily flower in bloom. The spider lily has some importance to New Bern, explained Susan Moffat-Thomas of the Swiss Bear Downtown Development Corp. A man known as “Capt. Roberts” returned from Japan with bulbs that he presented to family members. Over time, they multiplied and were passed on – eventually reaching different areas of downtown. While Dr. Congleton donated the cost of the symbolic sculpture, the expense of erecting it behind the New Bern Riverfront Convention Center adjacent to the Riverwalk was taken on by Swiss Bear.

To date, Moffat-Thomas said about 75 percent of the necessary $40,000 has been raised. But with an April dedication planned, hopes are that the balance can be raised in the weeks to come. The public is invited to “Put It In Stone” and become a permanent part of New Bern’s history. As a contributor to the project, you can have your name engraved on the cap or on one of six granite panels that surround and face the six-sided concrete and steel base of the sculpture as a decorative and functional part of the design. There are four levels of recognition on the granite base ranging from $100 to $3,000. This is the last opportunity, Moffat-Thomas said, to permanently recognize family and friends as a part of New Bern’s 300th anniversary celebration. The contribution form is available to download at downtownnewbern.com or can be picked up at the Swiss Bear office, 316 South Front St. To have a form mailed, or to learn more, call 252-638-5781.

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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 award-winning 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 know 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.

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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,

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SOUND Oriental Sings the Blues Whether Guy Davis is appearing on Late Night with Conan O’Brien or performing live for 15,000 people, he makes every member of the audience feel like he’s performing exclusively for them. It is this folksy, intimate quality that prompted the San Francisco Chronicle to claim, “Davis’ tough, timeless vocals blow through your brain like a Mississippi dust devil.” Guy Davis is the quintessential blues man, and the Pamlico Musical Society is proud to bring him to Oriental for a performance at the Old Theater at 7:30pm on Friday, March 11. Davis weaves the diverse influences of Blind Willie McTell, Taj Mahal, Fats Waller and Harry Belafonte – among others – into a personal style that captures the real spirit of blues. Listeners will quickly understand why NPR chose Davis’ CD, “Legacy,” as one of the best CDs of the year, and cited its lead track as one of the best songs of the year. Tickets are $15 and available at Croakertown in Oriental and online at pamlicomusic. org. In the event of a sold- out concert, anyone

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The Luck of the Irish Tuppence, New Bern’s dynamic duo of traditional music, presents an evening of Irish music at Trent River Coffee Co., on St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday, March 17. The program will include traditional and contemporary Irish ballads, fiddle tunes, sea chanteys and more. The band consists of Sara and Simon Spalding, playing fiddle, guitar, “octar,” mandolin, bodhran (Irish drum) and other instruments. Tuppence has performed at festivals and concerts from Pamlico County to Poland, bringing their unique folk style to audiences


young and old. Their CDs, “Small Change” and “Give Me Your Hand” will be offered for sale at the concert. The music begins at 7pm and there is a $5 cover charge. Call 252-514-2030 for more information.

Company Takes on Sondheim The sophistication, wit, insight, heart and genius of Broadway’s most innovative and influential artist is at the center of a tribute by the Ratio Theatre Company to composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim. The program features a dazzling array of some of Sondheim’s best-known songs and numbers from landmark shows that revolutionized the musical theatre, including “Company,” “Follies,” “A Little Night Music,” “A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum,” “Anyone Can Whistle” and “Pacific Overtures. Also included will be tunes from “West Side Story,” “Gypsy” and “Do I Hear a Waltz.” Sondheim’s music is a challenge for any singer. Consequently, Sondheim shows are rarely presented by schools or community

theatres. The Ratio Theatre Company, however, has found five voices ready to take on the challenge in Emily Klingman, Michael McGinn, Darci McKinnon, Andrea Owens and Bill Saunders. Performances are planned for 8pm on March 4-5 and 11-12 in New Bern, with 2pm matinee shows slated for March 6 and 13. The company is also offering performances at 8pm on March 18-19 in Morehead City. Tickets are $18 in advance and $20 at the door. For more information, visit ratiotheatre.org.

TV Personality Visits East Game show host, actor and all-around entertainer John Davidson will take center stage as the fourth event of the Craven Concerts 201011 season. Davidson has recorded 13 albums and has had headline shows at Caesar’s Palace and the MGM in Las Vegas. The concert is planned for 7:30pm on Thursday, March 24, at the Grover C Field Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $75 and can be purchased by calling 252-637-1119.

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RIVER ARTS CITY ArtWorks Celebrating Artists

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New Bern ArtWorks is hosting “Celebrating the Artists,” an exhibition featuring works by its resident artists. Opening reception will be held from 5-8pm on Friday, March 11. The exhibition brings together a unique, diverse group of artists featuring original two and three-dimensional works that reflect a wide range of styles – abstract, impressionistic, realistic and expressionistic – with a wide variety of subject matter. Everyone is invited to come by and meet with the artists and help the gallery celebrate its artists and their art. New Bern ArtWorks is located at 323-B Middle St., downtown New Bern. The gallery can now be accessed through Port City Java or through the Bank of the Arts. To learn more, call 252-634-9002 or visit newbernartworks.com.

Carolina Creations Fine Art & Contemporary Craft Gallery will feature a lampworking demonstration during the first ArtWalk of the season, slated from 5-8pm on Friday, March 11. Glass artist Kay Coburn Rice of New Bern will be working with her torch demonstrating how she makes her glass sculptures and beads. Meet the artist during ArtWalk, Friday, March 11, and enjoy refreshments at the gallery. For more information, call 252-633-4369 or email info@carolinacreations.com.

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‘Burglars’ in Oriental The Oriental Repertory Company presents Michael Parker’s hilarious farce “There’s A Burglar in My Bed” at 7:30pm on April 8-9 at the Old Theater, Oriental. William Worthington, III and his wife are both going to be away for the weekend from their 200-acre Massachusetts estate with its 26-bedroom mansion, him to Delaware to shoot ducks with the Duponts and her to her mother’s in Boston. Both have, in fact, arranged trysts with their respective lovers in the estate’s beach cottage. Inevitably their paths cross and divorce is in the air. Neither is willing to give up the world famous Worthington necklace, so each devises a plan to steal it. True to the laws of farce, both simulated burglaries are scheduled for the same night. Fun filled chaos ensues – mistaken identities, unlikely romantic liaisons, a bumbling private detective, a fake necklace, one very determined nymphomaniac and two pseudo nuns sharing a single skirt. Who has the real necklace? Who has the fake? Wait for the surprise ending. Tickets are $13 and $10 for Old Theater members and


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I Want It Now! Roald Dahl’s timeless story of the world famous candy man and his quest to find an heir comes to life in the New Bern Civic Theatre’s adaption of “Willy Wonka, Jr.” The show features songs from the classic family film “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” including “The Candy Man,” “Pure Imagination,” “Oompa Loompa” and “I Want it Now.” Shows are scheduled for 7pm on March 2526, April 1-2 and 8-9 and at 2pm on March 27 and April 3. Admission is $14 in advance, $16

at the door and $10 for students and active duty military. They are available by calling 252-6330567 or visiting newberncivictheatre.org.

Shakespeare Auditions Set Auditions are planned for March 18-19 for the Carolinian Shakespeare Festival, (CSF) which brings Shakespeare to the stage each summer in New Bern. CSF is seeking adult actors and actresses of all types and ages. All parts are open. Participants are asked to prepare a two-minute speech, Shakespeare preferred, and bring their performance resume with a recent photo attached. Those attending who are unprepared will be given something to read from the script. Producers of the Carolinian Shakespeare Festival (CSF) announced this month its new partnership with Tryon Palace Historic Sites and Gardens to present this summer’s festival at the NC History Center. As presenting sponsor, Tryon Palace will host the 2011 production of “Othello” and other festival events at its new, state-of-the-art Cullman Performance Hall. “I was thrilled when Kay Williams, the director at Tryon Palace, extended this invitation,” said artistic director, Mary McGinley. “From the founding of this festival back in 1998 it has always been my dream to find a way to work with Tryon Palace. We have such similar goals of culture, education and development of visitor interest in New Bern. This seems like a perfect pairing.” CSF is planning to present “Othello” Aug. 4-22. The festival will include a continuation of its History Series with a reading of “Henry IV Part 1” and other events. The educational events include the Young Company training program for high school and college students, who will receive free acting and Shakespeare training from professional artists and participate in performances in the festival. Students wishing to apply for the free Young Company training program should come to these auditions. CSF encourages minorities and people of diverse ethnicities to attend these auditions. For additional information, visit csfest.net or call 252-349-0151. New Bern Magazine

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Neuseworthy 4-5: “Who Murthered the Pinkerton Man?” 7pm. Mysterious maps to secret treasures, incredibly bad Shakespearian actors, a ridiculous Yankee captain, his much wiser African-American sergeant and an endlessly elusive female Southern spy come together to make this murder mystery dinner theater a treat for young and old. Performances take place at the BridgePointe Hotel & Marina. General admission is $35 and $30 for groups of 10 or more, children under 16 and active military. Tickets are available at the Bank of the Arts, or at athensmysterydinners.yolasite.com. Details: (252) 2294977. 4-6 & 11-13: “Side by Side by Sondheim.” The Ratio Theatre Company presents this tribute to the work of Stephen Sondheim at the Scottish Rite Auditorium in New Bern. Tickets are $18 in advance and $20 at the door. Details: ratiotheatre.org. 4-6: Coastal Home & Garden Show. More than 75 exhibitors will be on hand to show off the latest in home and garden products and services. Whether you’re remodeling, redecorating or landscaping, the Crystal Coast Civic Center in Morehead City is the place to be each March. Details: 252-247-3883.

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Fri. 4: Kathy Mattea in Concert. 8pm. Grammy winner Kathy Mattea performs in this concert fundraiser for the New Bern Historical Society at the New Bern Riverfront Convention Center. Tickets are $40. Details: newbernhistorical. org or (252) 638-8558. 5, 12, 19, 26: New Bern Farmer’s Market. 8am-1pm. Located at 421 S. Front St., the New Bern Farmer’s Market features local organic produce, spring flowers and herbs, free range meat and poultry, seafood, goat cheese products, homemade bread and desserts, olive oil, sauces, handmade candies, barbecue sauces, flags and a variety of arts and crafts by local artisans. On March 19, the market will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and the onset of spring with Greens & Gospel Day. 5-6: 16th annual Train Show. With more than 30 vendors and a variety of operating train layouts, the Train Show is set to take over New Bern High

School from 10am5pm on Saturday and 10-4pm on Sunday. Food concessions are available and hourly drawings are planned. Tickets, good for both days, are $6 for ages 13 and up, 12 and under are free. Details: Joe Hofmann, 252-6388872 or carolinacoastalrailroaders.org. Sat. 5: Bear City Opry. 79pm. The Opry brings a family-friendly musical variety show to the stage. Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 at the door. Details: 252-636-6225 or bearcityopry.com. 21st ABC Sale. 8am-1pm. The New Bern Historical Society is busy planning for its annual ABC (Attic-BasementCloset) Sale at the Knights of Columbus Building on Pinetree Drive. Offerings include electronics, dishes, antiques, sporting equipment, furni-


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ture, toys, jewelry, books and much, much more. Details: 252-638-8558. Sun. 6: Free Sunday in the Garden. 1-6pm. The first Sunday afternoon, March through October, offers free admission to the gardens at Tryon Palace. Details: 252-639-3500. Sunday Afternoon at the Movies. 2:15pm. Join the

New Bern-Craven County Library staff for a full-length feature film on the first Sunday of each month. This month’s film is “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” Free. Details: 252-638-7807. Asian Games. 2:30pm. Join the Asian Games Club of New Bern at the Trent River Coffee Co. for an afternoon of fun. The featured game, Shogi (Japanese chess), will

be taught and English instructions will be available. Details: 252-514-2030 or 252636-1256. Mon. 7: Novel Idea Book Club. 1pm. Join the New Bern-Craven County Public Library for an hour of stimulating literary discussion. This month, the topic will be “The Secret Life of Bees” by Sue Monk. Free. No registration necessary. Details: 252-6387807. Tue. 8: Irish Music Session. 7-9pm. This informal music session at the Trent River Coffee Co. will feature the accordion, fiddle, guitar and flute and a variety of Irish jigs, reels, hornpipes and songs. No charge at the door, however, donations for the musicians are always welcome. This month a slow-play session begins at 7pm followed by the regular session at 7:40pm. Details: 252-5142030. Wed. 9: Tryon’s Tales for Tots – Making Butter. 10-11am. You’re never too young for history. Preschoolers and parents will learn about life in the past through stories, objects and crafts. Come listen, look and learn about the past. Ages 3-5, $6 per child. Details: 252-639-3500. Civil War Roundtable. 7pm. The New Bern Civil War Roundtable will meet at the Fireman’s Museum. Andrew Duppstadt will present “Civil War Actions in Onslow Coun-

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ty.” Details: Pete Meyer, 252670-3678 or pjmeyer42@ suddenlink.net Lunch & Learn. 11:30am. Join the New Bern Historical Society and the NC Humanities Council for a rousing lecture by Dr. Todd Savitt of ECU, “Entering a White Profession: Black Physicians in the Turnof-the-Century South.” The program will be held at The Chelsea. Tickets are $15 for members and $17 for nonmembers. Reservations are required. Details: 252-6388558. Fri. 11: New Bern ArtWalk. 5-8pm. Enjoy an evening of art openings and meet artists in historic downtown New Bern. Refreshments available.

Free. Details: 252-638-2577 or cravenarts.org. 12-13: Civil War Weekend – Confederate Life in New Bern. Experience the outbreak of the Civil War through the eyes of the New Bern residents who lived it. Throughout the weekend, tours of the historic Dixon and Stanly houses will focus on New Bern during the Battle of New Bern and its subsequent occupation. Musket firing demonstrations, arts and crafts and interactive displays are planned. Details: 252-639-3500. Sat. 12: Share the Journey – Introducing Refugees and Their Stories. 1pm. The Interfaith Refugee Ministry is

sponsoring this program at Garber United Methodist Church, which will feature music, educational demonstrations, ethnic foods and personal conversations with refugees. Light refreshments, door prizes and a silent auction are also planned. Free, however donations will be graciously accepted. Details: 252-633-9009 or 252-6336715. Sat. 15: Taste of Coastal Carolina. 6pm. Executive chefs from some of the area’s leading restaurants unveil their specialty dishes at the Neuse Riverkeeper Foundation’s annual fundraising at the New (cont. on page 24)

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Bern Riverfront Convention Center. Advance tickets are $30, $35 at the door. Details: 252-637-7972 or neuseriver. org. Thur. 17: African-American Lecture Series – African American Experience in West Africa & Ghana. 7pm. This free program focuses on the many contributions West Africans made to life in Eastern North Carolina as well as the experience of rediscovering the heritage and culture of Ghana. Free. Details: 252639-3500.

Fri. 18: Laws in Concert. 8pm. John and Michele Law perform at Trent River Coffee Co. in New Bern thanks to the Down East Folk Arts Society. Tickets are $15 general, $12 members, $8 students, and are available at the venue. Details: 252-633-6444 or visit downeastfolkarts.org. Sat. 19: Senior Pharmacy Dinner, Dance & Silent Auction. 6:30-10:30pm. This fundraiser for the Senior Pharmacy Program, which helps 24

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with prescription costs for eligible seniors, will be held at the St. Paul Family Life Center on Country Club Drive. Music will be provided by Bruce Horton and dinner will be catered by The Chelsea. Tickets are $30 per person. Reservations are requested by March 11. Details: Kim, 252-6382188. Sun. 20: African American Downtown Walking Tour. 2pm. Learn about 300 years of African American history on a walking tour of the historic district. The tour, sponsored by Tryon Palace Historic Sites and Gardens, lasts for 90 minutes and covers 16 blocks. Tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for students. Reservations required by calling 252-639-3500. Mon. 21: Spring Book Discussion Series. 7pm. The New Bern-Craven County Public Library annual spring discussion series “Places in the Heart” will focus on “A River Runs Through it” this month. Books chosen for this series explore ways in which the human experience is shaped by place. Free. Details: 252-6387807. 25-27: Big Book Sale. The Friends of the New Bern-Craven County Public Library will have a book sale to help support the library and its ongoing programs. The

sale will be open from 9am5pm on Friday and Saturday and from 2-5pm on Sunday at the Sudan Shrine Center on the corner of Broad and Front streets. Sat. 26: Tropical Night to Remember. The Coastal Women’s Shelter invites you to put on your casual tropical attire and enjoy dinner, dancing and silent and live auctions. Details: 252-638-4509 or cwsdirector@embarqmail. com. Contra Dance. 7pm. Sponsored by the Down East Folk Arts Society, the dance will feature the music of the Sandy Ridge Ramblers. Pat Pertalion will serve as caller. Beginner’s session starts at 7pm and the dance follows at 7:30 at the student center in the ministry center at Christ Episcopal Church. Admission is $8 for nonmembers, $5 for members and students and $25 for the whole family. Details: 252- 633-6444.


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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, 220 Craven St. in historic downtown New Bern is a paintyour-own-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, 252634-3411 or theaccidentalartistnc.com (R-19). 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, 252-633-4369, carolinacreations.com (R-19). New Bern Artworks & Company, 323B Middle St. (rear), enter through Port City Java or the Bank of the Arts. A fine arts gallery representing local artists, featuring a wide range of styles and media. Open Tues.-Fri. 10am-5pm, Sat. 10am-4pm. 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. Year-round classes. Make your projects unique with ideas, yarn, patterns and help in putting it all together. We ship. Hours: 10am-5pm, MSat, 252-514-2681, weaverswebb.com (R-17).

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RiverTowne Repertory Players, 514 Hancock St., Masonic Theater. Call 252-634RTRP(7877) for information on upcoming shows. Tickets on sale at Bank of the Arts or visit rivertownerepertoryplayers.net (P-20).

Food, Wine & Gourmet Annabelle’s, fine dining featuring an array of cultures of the world, ABC permits, open 7 days for lunch & dinner, dine in or take out, 252-6336401, inside Twin Rivers Mall (G-3). 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, 252-6729269 (R-18). Fraser’s Wine, Cheese & More, 210 Middle St., features a variety of wine, whether you are shopping for yourself or someone else, check out our unique selection of wines, imported cheeses, specialty foods, imported & domestic beer, wine accessories & elegant gifts, as well as Fraser’s Fantasy Bags, 252-634-2580 (R-18). Friday’s 1890 Seafood, enjoy turn of the century dining, daily lunch & dinner specials, casual atmosphere, relaxing prices, open 7 days, dine in or take out, 252-637-2276, 2307 Neuse Blvd. (E-5). Half Time Pub & Grub, 3325 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.,


enjoy handcrafted, made-toorder cuisine in a great sports atmosphere with 23 hi-def monitors while our all-pro team caters to you. It’s like having box seats at every game, 252-672-8777 (G-3). Harvey Mansion, 221 S. Front St., enjoy casual dining in six historic dining rooms. Come early from 5-6:30pm for a scaled down version of the menu with smaller portions and smaller prices. Open Tues.-Sun. 5pm, last seating at 8pm, 252-635-3232, harveymansionhistoricinn.com (S-18). Port City Java, 323 Middle St., New Bern’s premier coffeehouse & cafe serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, an array of desserts, fresh juice smoothies, shakes, assorted teas & wonderful iced & hot coffee & espresso beverages; open 7am, 252-633-7900 (R18). Say it With Cake, 1906 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, specializing in celebration and wedding cakes, fondant,

royal icing, gum paste décor and the best butter cream recipe in New Bern. Delivery available within 30 miles, 10 percent discount for senior citizens and military ID, 252635-1370. Toucan Grill, 103 Wall St., Oriental, festive dining along Oriental’s Inner Harbor overlooking the town docks. Live music on the patio Tiki Bar. Nightly entertainment on weekends. Watch the boats and sunset views while enjoying a true waterfront dining experience. 252-2492204, tourcangrill.com.

Village Realty, 802 Broad St., Oriental, located on the Intracoastal Waterway. Whether buying, selling or looking for a perfect vacation property, Village Realty is ready to share the beauty of this historic waterside village. Call 252-2490509 or e-mail michelle@villagerealtyorientalnc.com. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, 1916 S. Glenburnie Road, for all your home mortgage and consulting needs. Call 252637-9494 or 252-229-4754 or visit newbernmortgage.com for our free home ownership guides.

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Bern Bear Gifts, 301 Pollock St, New Bern’s original souvenir & gift source for European imports & city/state souvenirs. Emphasis on Bern, Switzerland, our “Mother City.” All flags, T-shirts, chocolates, nice selection of English teapots, musical notions, German nutcrackers, (cont. on page 28)

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cuckoo clocks & steins. Visitor information too, phone/ fax 252-637-2300 (R-19). The Boathouse, 220 Middle St., offering unique gifts, collectables, quality bags, New Bern T-shirts & more, plus the best hat selection in town featuring Tilley, Scala, Greek Fisherman hats, Sunday Afternoon, & more. Open 7 days a week, stop by this fun-tobrowse & buy shop, 252-6335501 (Q-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. M-Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. 11am-3pm. Great gifts for all ages, free gift wrapping, 252-636-3285 (R-18). Etched in Time Designs, 309 Middle St., a fun-to-browse boutique with lots of unique items for you to personalize. Our monogrammed shells, engravable sterling silver, one

of a kind ceramic tiles and more are fun and affordable. Work is on site, so turnaround is usually same or next day. Free shipping, 252-633-3834 or etchedintimedesigns.com, (R-18). Marsha’s Cottage, 204 Wall St., Oriental, features casually elegant clothing, accessories and unique gifts. New merchandise is arriving daily. Call 252-249-0334 or visit marshascottage.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. 6:30am5pm, 252-638-4261, mitchell hardwareonline.com (R-19). NautiPaws Pet Boutique & Dog Bakery, 223 Middle St., in historic downtown New Bern, is pawsitively a shop just purrfect for pets. Special-

izing in gourmet dog treats & unique gift items, holistic & all natural pet food for pets & their owners. All four-legged friends are welcome inside for a treat. 252-637-0247 (R-18). 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. 10am5pm. 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., 8am8pm, 252-636-5933 (G-1). Twice as Nice, 2650 Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd.; Upscale Boutique, 224 Craven St., consignment stores featuring high quality women’s and children’s clothing and accessories at reasonable prices. Open Mon.-Fri., 10-6pm, Sat., 10-5pm, 252-633-1868 or 252633-4432, (H-1), (R19).

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our ad, 252-636-1514, embarq.centurylink.com/newbern. Open 9am-6pm M-F, closed Sat. & Sun. (G-1). 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. Wayfarers Cove, 1107 Bennett, Arapahoe, on the Neuse River,

this hurricane-protected, full-service, 150-slip marina offers a permanent home to boats of all designs and sizes. With the 60-ton 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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Arts, Entertainment & Attractions Accidental Artist ......................................... 21 Carolina Creations Fine Art & Contemporary Craft Gallery ................... 21 New Bern ArtWorks.................................... 15 New Bern Civic Theatre ................................ 5 New Bern Historical Society ......................... 2 Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens ........ 11 Weavers Webb Gallery ............................... 21

Food, Wine & Gourmet Annabelle’s Restaurant & Pub ....................... 3 Cow Café ..................................................... 5 Fraser’s Wine, Cheese & More .................... 15 Friday’s 1890 Seafood ................................... 3 Half Time Pub & Grub .................................. 2

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