Festival Finale: Baroque to Beethoven
Saturday, 9/14 at 7 pm
Christ Episcopal Church
320 Pollock Street, New Bern, NC
$35 general/$30 active and retired military
Dr. John O’Brien joins CCMF string artists in exciting Baroque works that set the stage for Beethoven’s genius. Featuring music by Vivaldi, JC Bach, JS Bach, Mozart, and Haydn.
Champagne reception to follow.
|Friday October 25th 9-5|
Saturday October 26th 9-4:30
Come out to view over 300 quilts, multiple vendors, exhibits, the famous Twice Around Treasures booth which has moved upstairs for the added space, the exclusive Guild Boutique and even take a quilt home at the Quilts for Sale booth. The guild’s gorgeous raffle quilt will be revealed!
This year TRQG will have a special guest lecturer. On Friday at 2 pm and then again on Saturday at 10 am, Lynn Gorges, Textile Conservator and Restoration Specialist, will discuss Sanitary Commission Quilts. These quilts were made in the North for wounded soldiers hospitalized right in New Bern.
We challenge all guild members, fellow quilters and community members to fill the convention center with their amazing quilted treasures highlighting the talent here in Eastern North Carolina. Let your artistry, your compassion, your struggle, your growth and your beauty shine as we come together as a community to host a beautiful quilt show and celebrate the resilience of our community.
Stay updated at our website at www.twinriversquiltersguild.com or on facebook at Twin Rivers Quilters Guild.
Join us on Nov. 3rd at the Galley Store & Marina for the 7th Annual New Bern Walk to End Alzheimer’s!
This is a FREE event, but we encourage you to register for the Walk prior to the event. Raise a minimum of $100 to earn your Walk to End Alzheimer’s t-shirt. All funds raised benefits the Alzheimer’s Association’s mission, and help fund Alzheimer’s research, care, and support. Let’s make this year’s New Bern Walk to End Alzheimer’s our biggest yet – sign up today!
Registration begins at 2 pm | Opening Ceremony begins at 3 pm
With more than 5 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s and over 15 million serving as their caregivers, millions are affected by this disease. But it only takes one person to change the future. Thank you for your support. Together, we will end Alzheimer’s disease.
Learn more and get started: act.alz.org/newbern
The Barbour Boat Works of New Bern became one of several shipyards in the United States contracted by the U.S. Navy to build fourteen naval vessels of which twelve ships would be delivered to the British Royal Navy for action in the European theater during World War II. A couple of these vessels would be kept by the U.S. Navy and would see action in the Pacific theater in our fight against the Japanese. The stories of these New Bern-built ships during World War II and their life afterwards in the ownership of other countries, demonstrate the lasting impact and value of Barbour Boat Works and the people who built them.
Rear Admiral Jay DeLoach graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1978 and served on submarines as well as several assignments with Naval Intelligence, 7th Fleet, and Joint Staff. He earned three Masters degrees in Management, Nuclear Engineering, and National Security & Strategic Studies. He also served as an adjunct professor for the Naval War College and taught Joint Maritime Operations. After retirement from the military, he became a member of the Senior Executive Service in the Department of the Navy and led the transformation of the Naval History & Heritage Command as its 12th Director from 2008-2012. He is currently the State Secretary and New Bern Chapter President of the NC Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Admiral DeLoach is also a direct descendant of the founder of New Bern, the Baron Christoph von Graffenried, his seventh great-grandfather.
Help us kick off the season with the annual Home & Holiday Gift Show. Returning to the newly remodeled Riverfront Convention Center in beautiful downtown New Bern on Friday, November 15 from 11 am – 5 pm & Saturday, November 16 from 9 am – 4 pm. This event features over 90 exhibitors offering unique gifts, holiday treats and lots of shopping opportunities! Plus, stop by the Home Expo for new ideas to brighten and remodel your home – inside & out. As an added bonus, tour new RVs, Autos and Sports Equipment at the semi-annual RV, Auto & Sports Show taking place just outside! Hourly prizes, festive atmosphere and Santa make this event extra special!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The CarolinaEast Foundation’s Breakfast with Santa occurs on the first Saturday in December, and not only serves as an important annual fundraising event for the Foundation, but also a fun-filled seasonal celebration for the children and families of our community.
Tryon Palace will commemorate the 78th anniversary on the attack on Pearl Harbor with a remembrance ceremony at the North Carolina History Center Saturday, Dec. 7. This free program is open to the public and begins at Cullman Performance Hall, located inside the North Carolina History Center, at 11 a.m.
This event commemorates the 78th anniversary of the day Japanese airplanes attacked the United States Naval Base at Pearl Harbor in 1941. More than 2,300 Americans died during the attack that officially began the United States’ involvement in World War II.