Calendar July 2014-June 2015

  • Saturdays, April  through November, 2014,  Earl of Craven Questers Tour of Cedar Grove Cemetery, 4:00pm

  • Saturday and Sundays, Face to Face: Civil War Sketches and Stories an exhibit at the New Bern Academy Museum, 12:30pm-4:30pm

  • Wed.-Fri., December 26-26, Office closed for Christmas holiday

  • Mon.-Tues., December 29-20, Office open half days

  • Wed.-Fri., December 31-January 2, Office closed for New Year’s holiday

  • Sun., January 11, Ed Bearss Annual LecturePresident Lincoln and his Cabinet, Ed Bearss, Cullman Performance Hall, NC History Center in partnership with the New Bern Civil War Round Table and Tryon Palace

  • Mon., January 19, Office closed for Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday

  • Wed., February 12, Lunch & Learn, Dryborough, Ethel Staten, The Chelsea Restaurant, 11:30am

  • Mon., February 16, Under the Streetlamp, New Bern Riverfront Convention Center, 7:30pm

  • Sat., March 7, ABC Sale, 7:30am-12:30pm

  • Thurs., March 12, Lunch & Learn, Battle of New Bern and the Development of the Battlefield Park, Jon Miller, Battlefield Adjutant for the New Bern Historical Society, The Chelsea Restaurant, 11:30am

  • Sat., March 14, Civil War Adventure Day, 9:30am-1:00pm, registration begins at 9:00am

  • Fri., March 20, Marks Scholarship Application for New Bern High School Seniors Deadline

  • Fri.-Sat., April 10-11, Spring Historic Homes and Garden Tour, 10:00am-4:00pm

  • Sun., April 19 Volunteer Appreciation Social, Attmore-Oliver House, 2:00pm-4:00pm

  • Thurs., May 7,  Annual Meeting, New Bern Golf and Country Club, 6:00pm-8:45pm

  • Wed., May 13, Lunch & Learn, Women at West Point, Lt. Col. Ret. Sarah Parker Smith, The Chelsea, 11:30am

  • Mon., May 25, Office closed for Memorial Day

  • June, membership renewal month

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  • Wed., September 10, Lunch & Learn, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Mike Power, The Chelsea Restaurant, 11:30am

  • Thurs., September 18, Epic Memories of an American Family: The Luke Martin Story, Cullman Performance Hall, NC History Center , sponsored by Tryon Palace and co-sponsored by the New Bern Historical Society, 7:00pm-8:30pm

  • Thurs.-Sat., October 23-25,  Ghostwalk: Hauntings with Attitude

  • Wed., November 12, Lunch & Learn, Duffyfield, Carol Becton, Bernard George and Linda Simmons Henry, The Chelsea Restaurant, 11:30am

  • Sun., November 16, Richard K Lore Annual Lecture, From a Fire on the Beach to a Diamond in the Sky: the Evolution of Lighthouses and Light-Keeping in North Carolina, Kevin Duffus, Cullman Performance Hall at the NC History Center, in partnership with Tryon Palace, reception to follow in Mattocks Hall. This lecture is made possible by a grant from the North Carolina Humanities Council, a statewide nonprofit and affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities

  • December 11, Christmas Friend-raiser, The William Blades House