NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (DBE) GOAL
Coastal Carolina Regional Airport, operated by the Coastal Carolina Regional Airport Authority, hereby publishes a proposed overall goal for its DBE Program for FY 2019 to FY 2021. The proposed overall goal is 7.9% for all Federal Aviation Administration-Airport Improvement Program funded projects in FY 2019 to FY 2021. The methodology used in developing this goal is available for review and comment during normal business hours (8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.) until August 15, 2018, at the office of the Coastal Carolina Regional Airport, 200 Terminal Drive, New Bern, NC 28562.
For additional information and/or questions, please contact Leigh Ann Cook, Business Manager at (252) 638-8591 x222.
15th Annual Taste of Coastal Carolina
Tickets on sale now! Purchase your Taste tickets HERE.
The 15th Annual Taste of Coastal Carolina in New Bern is scheduled for March 13, 2018. The Taste of Coastal Carolina is New Bern’s major annual fundraiser supporting the work of the three Riverkeepers for the Neuse and Tar-Pamlico Rivers, including the Lower Neuse RIVERKEEPER®.
Last year 20 local restaurants, caterers and bakeries participated in The Taste of Coastal Carolina providing a great selection of mouthwatering tastes ranging from savory to sweet.
Tickets are $100 each which includes a $60 tax deductible donation to Sound Rivers – purchase tickets HERE. All patrons enjoy reserved seating, a bar with complimentary wine and beer, additional wine and beer tastings, and some of your favorite restaurants serving up great food. Doors open at 5:30pm. The relaxed atmosphere allows patrons time to enjoy friends, sample great variety of food from local restaurants, and a chance to vote for their favorite dishes. Every effort is made to accommodate requests to seat friends together, and the purchase of 10 tickets reserves a complete table for friends or business associates.
Tickets will go on sale by mid-January, so check back for updates!
2018 Participating Restaurants – More to come!
Circa 1810 at the Harvey Mansion (new!)
Kitchen on Trent
Live @ The City Laundry
Moe’s of New Bern
Posh Palate Caterers and Events
Sea Glass Cafe
Skylight Inn BBQ (new!)
TaTa’s Takeout Cafe
The Tiny Tornado
The Village Butcher
NEW for our 15th Year!
Wine Tastings with Mutual Distributing Company
Beer Tastings with Uptown Brewery
This event would not be possible without the support of sponsors who share Sound Rivers mission to protect and preserve the rivers we love. Please take note of the sponsors listed below. (Updated January 11, 2018)
Northwest Creek Marina
Coastal Carolina Health Care (CCHC)
Fisher Fuel Markets
Great Outdoor Provision Company
MumFest is a combination of family fun, entertainment, attractions, exhibitors and great food in the beautifully restored setting of historic downtown New Bern and its waterfront. More than 100,000 festival-goers enjoyed Mumfestivities in 2016. And, MumFest 2017 promises to be another fabulous fun-filled fall weekend! So be sure to mark your calendar for October 13-15!
MumFest is one of the finest award-winning festivals in the state of North Carolina. It is recognized statewide as a major eastern North Carolina family festival, and has received numerous awards over the years to include Best NC Main Street Downtown Event, Southeast Tourism Society’s Top 20 October events, and the Sun Journal Reader’s Choice winner as Best Festival for many years running. MumFest is a great weekend for visitors of all ages!
MumFest is a city sponsored event produced by Swiss Bear
Downtown Development Corp.
PO Box 597, New Bern, NC 28563 | Tel: 252-638-5781 | www.downtownnewbern.com
MumFest Coordinator: email@example.com
Break out those date books (OK, smart phones) and be sure to plug in Beaufort Wine and Food’s Craft Beer Festival – September 29 & 30, 2017!
The exciting 2 day festival will feature a variety of Beer seminars, luncheons and dinners in area restaurants, pubs and breweries as well a Pub Crawl and crowd Favorite – Beer, Bubbles and BBQ!
The two day festival will focus on North Carolina craft breweries and brew pubs, with a sampling from across the state.
Check back often for details on this not-to-be-missed event. This incredible festival lineup will be published soon!
North Carolina Maritime Museum
315 Front St.
Beaufort, NC 28516
May 6, 2017 The Wooden Boat Show of the North Carolina Maritime Museum in Beaufort was the first and is the largest gathering of wooden watercraft in the Southeast. Thousands of visitors are expected for this 43rd-year show. Children will be able to “Make & Take a Boat” and learn about traditional tools. This fascinating event takes place the first Saturday in May and admission is free. Traditional sailboat rides are available for a donation on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. This is not a commercial show. Instead, it is a full day of scheduled demonstrations, talks, and races that attract people who share an interest in the art, craftsmanship, and history of wooden boats. Enthusiasts race radio-controlled boats in the pool on the Maritime Museum patio, and the public is given an opportunity to sail in traditional North Carolina boats. The Museum also houses artifacts from Blackbeard’s Queen Anne’s Revenge. There is ample free parking at the County Courthouse just two blocks from the Museum.
That same day is the Beaufort Boatbuilding Challenge – an exciting, spectator-friendly test of speed and skill where as many as 20 teams build a boat and then row!
June 3, 2017 @ 10:00 am – June 4, 2017 @ 5:00 pm America/New York Timezone
Tryon Palace – 529 S Front St, New Bern, NC 28562, USA
“Colonial Market Days” brings a new outdoor festival to Tryon Palace that celebrates the cultures and people that colonized North Carolina. Held in the spirit of a traditional renaissance fair, “Colonial Market Days” celebrates the period of 1660-1720 with a lively outdoor market, encampments, and multiple performance stages that will come to life with a variety of entertainers, including musicians, puppet shows, magic shows, singing, dancing, and theatre. Also enjoy performances by the Tryon Palace Fife and Drum Corps and Jonkonnu Troupe.
The fair will also include a wide range of children’s activities like pony rides, a petting zoo, and activities and crafts. Food vendors, historical goods, and crafts vendors will be available.
Featured on the Tryon Palace South Lawn will be cultural areas representing the early inhabitants and settlers of what would become North Carolina. Also meet with pirates and privateers to learn about life on the sea.
Admission: Adults: $20 + tax; Youth (ages 7 through 18): $10 + tax Foundation Member Adult: $18 + tax; Foundation Member Youth (ages 7 through 18): $8 + tax Preschool (ages and under): Free