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Citizens Bank

New Bern Then and Now Returns

Historical Society’s Popular Presentation Goes Online July 8 New Bern, NC – Stories and reminiscences of New Bern’s “used to be”. Captain Ratty’s used to be Duffy’s Drug Store; First Citizens Bank sits where used to be the Hotel Queen Anne. New Bern Then and Now by New Bern Historical Society Curator, Jim Hodges, chock …

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New Bern Preservation Foundation Photo Contest

Here is an Incentive to Get Out and About!

The 2020 Historic Homes Photo Contest Today, the New Bern Preservation Foundation is pleased to present the 2020 Historic Homes Photo Contest, which runs through 5 pm on May 21. The NBPF wants to reach out to the community in some way with an activity that would be safe and enjoyable for singles, couples, or …

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See Better Together - "Blessings in Blue"

See Better Together

Historical Dryborough Neighborhood Association and Preservation Management will present Mable Singleton Murrell a former resident of James City, and author of the book, “Blessing To Be Blue”. This program spotlight Craven Terrace and Dryborough, two African American neighborhoods that have been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. An Architectural Historian and Planning Consultants …

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First Presbyterian Church New Bern

First Presbyterian Church Lecture Rescheduled

The lecture by Mr. Charles Francis, AIA, on the architecture of First Presbyterian and other historic buildings in New Bern which was originally set for February 12, 2017 has been rescheduled for March 19th at 2:00 pm in the Sanctuary at 400 New Street. Mr. Francis’ program is titled “A New Architecture in the Wilderness,” …

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The Art and Architecture of Cemeteries

“The Art and Architecture of Cemeteries: Special Lecture Presentation & Tours”

  Presented by The Family History Society of Eastern North Carolina This event will be held on Sunday, September 27th, 2015 at 3 pm at Saint Cyprian’s Episcopal Church, 604 Johnson Street, New Bern. Our guest speaker is Mrs. Janet Seapker, an architectural historian and author. A guided tour of Cedar Grove by Mrs. Seapker and …

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