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June 18, 2015 - garden totes

Arts and Education

WEEKLY ART CLASSES 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Mondays and 1-4 p.m. Thursdays. Arts Things offers art classes in watercolor, drawing, oil painting, pastel portrayal and acrylic portrayal on a Morehead City waterfront. For some-more information, call Arts Things during 240-1979.

OPEN ART STUDIO 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Wednesdays. Sessions are charity by Carolina Artist Gallery and hosted during Mulberry Street Studio, 801 Mulberry St., Beaufort. Studio sessions are giveaway and open to artists of all abilities. Artists will need to move haven and park in behind of a building. For information, revisit www.katherinewiggs-artandphotography.com or call Crystal Wasley during 571-9266.

LINE DANCING 6-8 p.m. Mondays, sponsored by a Morehead City Parks and Recreation Department. Beginner classes start during 6 p.m. and modernized classes start during 7 p.m. For some-more information, call 726-5083.

ADULT TAP DANCE CLASS 1:30-2:30 p.m. Tuesdays, during a Morehead City Recreation Center. The category price is $10 and is taught by renowned dancer and choreographer Hazel Collins. For some-more information, call Hazel during 728-5514 or Maureen Kilagallen during 222-3088.

TOTAL BODY WORKOUT 9-10 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays during a Morehead City Parks and Recreation Department, $4 per class. For some-more information, call 726-5083.

CAPE LOOKOUT NATIONAL SEASHORE LIGHTHOUSE CLIMBING SEASON 9:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Monday by Saturday any week until Sept. 19. Sunday openings are reason on May 24, Jul 5 and Sept. 6. No allege sheet sales. For some-more information, hit Katherine Cushinberry during 728-2250 ext. 3019 or by email during katherine_cushinberry@nps.gov. 

STORY TIME AND PRE-K PLAY 9-10 a.m. Mondays. Story time in a classroom followed by open play in a gymnasium for children ages birth to 5 years. All children contingency be accompanied by an adult, as organisation is not provided. This is a time for relatives and children to consort and play. Please move any haven indispensable such as diapers, wipes, bottles and more. For some-more information, call 354-6350.

ONLINE CARING SCIENCE, MINDFUL PRACTICE COURSE REGISTRATION OPEN giveaway march charity by East Carolina University from Monday, Jun 8, to Monday, Jul 6. Course is designed to yield collection for caring professionals to lift practices in bland work environments by methods introduced by Watson’s Caring Science. Certificates are charity on execution of a four-week category eventuality and training modules. Register during www.canvas.net. For information, hit Kathleen Sitzman during sitzmank@ecu.edu.

SUMMER GARDEN HOURS 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday by Saturday 1-7 p.m. Sundays Jun 1, by Sep 2, during Tryon Palace. Last tickets are sole during 4:30 p.m.

SUMMER DAY CAMP Monday, Jun 15, to Friday, Aug. 7, during Morehead City Recreation Center. Offered by Morehead City Parks and Recreation Department for children ages 3-12, stay is open from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. weekdays and includes staff who manipulate daily activities and margin trips. The section promotes fun recreational and educational activities including games, sports, humanities and crafts and margin trips. Pre-camp dates are from Tuesday-Friday, Jun 9-12, and post-camp is from Monday-Friday, Aug 17-21, and costs $60 per week for Morehead City residents or $90 for nonresidents. For some-more information, call 726-5083.

SUMMER CAMP Carteret County Parks and Recreation 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday, Jun 15, by Friday, Aug. 14, during Fort Benjamin Park and Recreation Center, 100 McQueen Ave. in Newport. Open to ages 6 to 10 years old, it will be sealed Friday, Jul 3, for a holiday. Register online currently or call 222-5858 for some-more details.

YOUTH TENNIS CAMP 9-10:30 a.m. Monday, Jun 15, by Friday, Jun 19. $70 for a week-long eventuality for ages 7 to 13. Registration is singular to 6 students. Participants contingency register by Jun 9. For some-more information, call 354-6350.

FUNDAMENTALS OF ART: 9 a.m.-11 a.m. and noon-2 p.m. starting Wednesday, Jun 16, during Mulberry Studio, 801 Mulberry St., Beaufort. Learn about a basement of art to be means to emanate your own. Explore opposite media: watercolor, acrylic, pencil, coop and ink. All ages and knowledge levels welcome. Participants contingency move their possess materials. For some-more information, hit Katherine Wiggs during katherine.wiggs@gmail.com or call 571-9266.

JEWELRY AND PURSE SALE: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jun 17, and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Jun 18, in a corridor underneath a Birthing Center during Carteret General Hospital. Payroll deduction, credit cards and money are all accepted. All deduction advantage scholarships, apparatus and a Cancer Center.

FISH AND FISHING SCIENCE PROGRAM 9 a.m. to noon Thursday and Friday, Jun 18-19. The category is an introduction to coastal fish and fishing methods. Cane poles, attract and tackle are supposing for wharf fishing for this two-day class. Students also house a investigate vessel to locate and brand sea life in near-shore waters. The category is for third and fourth graders, and a price is $65. Advanced registration is required. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

2-DAY PAINT AND COLLAGE WORKSHOP: EXPLORING COLLAGE MEDIA 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Jun 19 and Saturday, Jun 20, during Craving Art Studio, 121 Craving St. Beaufort. Instructor, Ann Etheridge, provides demonstrations and hands on superintendence holding students by her extemporaneous collage creation process. The category is $250 for both days and supplies.  For some-more information or to register, hit Heather during 728-0243 or cravingartstudio@ec.rr.com.

ALIVE AT 5 CONCERT SERIES 5- 8 p.m. Friday, Jun 19, during Jaycee Park, 807 St. Morehead City. No coolers or outward beverages allowed. Attractions Band will perform. For some-more information, hit Lisa Rueh during 808-0440.

LITTLE PRINCESS/ LITTLE MISS OPERATION UPLIFT PAGEANT 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jun 20, Boys Girls Club, 601 Mulberry St., Beaufort. Admission is giveaway to a public. For some-more information, hit Margaret Powell during 838-1263.

“THE DINING ROOM” 8 p.m. Friday, Jun 19; Saturday, Jun 20; Friday, Jun 26; and Saturday, Jun 27; and also 2 p.m. Sunday, Jun 21, and Sunday, Jun 28. Carteret Community Theatre will benefaction “The Dining Room,” a play by A.R. Gurney. Tickets are $17 for adults and $8 for students with stream ID. Tickets can be purchased online with ubiquitous acknowledgment or during Alex and Brett Bakery or during a doorway one hour before to a show. For some-more information, revisit carteretcommunitytheatre.org or call 247-5838 or 497-8919.

RIG OF SIX Saturday, Jun 20, waterfowl fake foe rigs foe for ribbons in a waters of Back Sound. Participants might register entries during 9 a.m. day of eventuality or mail in decoys before to event. Viewers can watch a foe from Cape Lookout National Seashore cruise area during Shell Point, Harkers Island. For some-more information, revisit coresound.com.

“ABOUT BOATING SAFELY” will be taught Wednesday, Jun 20, during Carteret Community College. Certified instructors of a Morehead City Coast Guard Auxiliary will learn a one-day convention that meets all mandate compulsory to prove N.C. laws for recreational boating certification. The march is suitable for commencement boaters or for a some-more gifted boater who might wish to sojourn stream on boating mandate and regulations.  Fee for materials is $25 with a family bonus available. Space is limited. Participants contingency register by Wednesday, Jun 10. For additional information, or to enroll hit Ben Crabtree during 808-3091 or email benandlibbie1@embarqmail.com.

PINTS FOR A PURPOSE 3-8 p.m.  Saturdays, Jun 20, Jul 18, Aug. 15, Sep. 12  and Oct. 2 during Tight Line Brewing Company. Two bands will perform and there will be games. All deduction advantage a Wounded Warrior Project. For some-more information, hit Tight Line Brewing Company during 773-0641.

COASTAL CRAFTS 2 p.m. Sunday, Jun 21, during Hammocks Beach State Park. Attendees will learn how to make crafts with equipment found on a beach. Registration is required. To register, call 910-326-4881.

SWANFEST 6:30-8 p.m. Sunday, Jun 21 during a pavilion during Olde Town Square in downtown Swansboro. Old Man Whickutt will perform. No ethanol or pets. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartscouncil.com.

SUMMER DRAMA CAMP 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday- Friday, Jun 22- 26 and Saturday- Friday, Jul 27-31 for ages 5-12. These sessions will be for a tyro that wants to know some-more about behaving techniques. Students will learn monologues, low-pitched theater, choreography and what goes on backstage. It is $ 75 per student, and students contingency preregister with a $35 deposit. For some-more information, call Katie Dixon during 643-2026 or Bob Malone during 728-7550.

SEASHORE LIFE we SUMMER SCIENCE PROGRAM 9 a.m. to noon Monday, Jun 22, to Tuesday, Jun 23, during a N.C. Maritime Museum in Beaufort. The Summer Science School offers students a eventuality to learn about a healthy and nautical story of coastal North Carolina by creative, hands-on experiences. The category is for first- and second-grade students, and a price is $50. Advanced registration is required. For some-more information, call 728-7317. Other dates embody Aug. 5-6. 

BEGINNING KNITTING 6:30-8:30 p.m. Monday, Jun 22, during Own Sweet Time, Morehead City. Participants will learn a simple skills to finish a knitted washcloth. The category is a good start for destiny projects that need these skills as a prerequisite. The category price is $30. Participants contingency register during slightest one day before to a class. Class distance is singular to six. For some-more information, call 646-5084.

PIRATES!  SUMMER SCIENCE PROGRAM 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Jun 23 and Wednesday, Jun 24, during a N.C. Maritime Museum in Beaufort. The two-day category shows students how to prepared for work, prepared for conflict and order any prizes that come their way. For first- and second-grade children. Admission price is $50. Advanced registration is required. For some-more information, call 728-7317. Additional dates, all Tuesday and Wednesday, are Jul 7-8 and Jul 21-22. 

BLACKBEARD’S QUEEN ANNE’S REVENGE SUMMER SCIENCE PROGRAM 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Jun 23, to Wednesday, Jun 24, and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Jun 25, during a N.C. Maritime Museum. During this three-day class, students will get a behind-the-scenes demeanour during a work being finished surrounding a Queen Anne’s Revenge shipwreck. Students will learn about a story of QAR and a scholarship behind questioning shipwrecks from historians and archaeologists operative with a project. The category is for children in seventh to 10th grade. The price is $85, and modernized registration is required. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

COOKING WITH ABBY-FARM FRESH BREAKFAST 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jun 23, room 320 in a CMAST building. Learn simple cooking skills and food safety. Participants will prepared their possess lunch. For ages 9 and older, all participants will be approaching to ambience everything. The price is $20. Those who wish to attend contingency finish a 4-H registration form found online during carteret.ces.ncsu.edu. For some-more information, call 222-6352.

KAYAK THROUGH HISTORY noon-3 p.m. Tuesdays, Jun 23, and Jul 2, during Taylor’s Creek. The N.C. Maritime Museum offers simple instruction and haven lessons followed by a paddle by a salt marsh. The module is for ages 12 and up. Those underneath 18 contingency be accompanied by an adult. Reservations are required. The price is $45 or $25 if participants move their possess kayak. Participants will accommodate during a intersection of Gordon Street and Front Street. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

JONKONNU WORKSHOPS 1-3 p.m. Jun 23 by Aug. 11, during Tryon Palace Waystation Auditorium. Admission is free, and reservations are not required. Tryon Palace’s renouned 19th century African American interpretive opening organisation will reason workshops for those meddlesome in fasten a troupe. Men, women and children are invited to learn dancing, pitter-patter and a story behind Jonkonnu.

BEGINNING SEWING 6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jun 23, during Own Sweet Time, Morehead City. Participants will learn simple sewing instruction indispensable to finish a summer tote. Participants contingency move their possess sewing machine, white thread and sewing scissors. The element settlement is included. The category price is $30. Participants contingency register during slightest one day before to a class. Class distance is singular to six. For some-more information, call 646-5084.

BEGINNING STAINED GLASS CLASS 6-9 p.m. Tuesday, Jun 23, 30 and Jul 7, during Own Sweet Time, Morehead City. Orientation is from 6-7 p.m. Participants will learn a fundamentals of stained potion regulating a copper foil method. Choose from 3 opposite projects. Space is singular to 10 people. The category price is $150. Tool pack mandate will be discussed during orientation. Must register and compensate for a category by Jun 8. For some-more information, call 646-5084.

CONSERVATION WEDNESDAYS 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jun 24 during a N.C. Maritime Museum. The museum will horde a conservator from a Queen Anne’s Revenge assign lab in Greenville from 10 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3 p.m. Conservators will be accessible from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. any Wednesday to answer questions about a processes compulsory to preserve a thousands of artifacts that have been recovered from a Queen Anne’s Revenge site. Admission is free. For some-more information, call 728-7317. 

EXPLORE THE RACHEL CARSON RESERVE 9-11:30 a.m. Thursday, Jun 25, during a Rachel Carson Reserve. Get adult tighten and personal with some of a plants and animals of a Rachel Carson Reserve. A guided transport will take participants by a opposite habitats found on Town Marsh and Bird Shoal. The price is $20, and reservations are required. For some-more information, call a N.C. Maritime Museum during 728-7317.

SEASHORE LIFE II SUMMER SCIENCE PROGRAM 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Jun 24, to Friday, Jun 26, during a N.C. Maritime Museum in Beaufort. The Summer Science School offers students in grades 3 by 6 a eventuality to learn about a healthy and nautical story of coastal North Carolina by creative, hands-on experiences. This 3-day march includes a margin outing to a Rachel Carson National Estuarine Research Reserve, H2O peculiarity testing, regulating microscopes for plankton marker and many some-more activities. The module is by N.C. Coastal Reserve and National Estuarine Research Reserve. The price for a category is $50. Advanced registration is necessary. For some-more information, call 728-7317.  Additional dates are Wednesday to Friday, Jul 8-10 and Jul 22-24.

BEGINNERS SEWING 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday-Tuesday, Jun 24-26, room 320 in a CMAST building. For ages 9 and up. Children contingency be 9 years of age by a date of a class. Learn sewing basement including following a settlement (provided) and regulating a sewing appurtenance to make pajama bottoms. Bring a bag lunch, beverages and snacks are provided. A minute will be sent detailing what needs to be brought. The price is $35. Those who wish to attend contingency finish a 4-H registration form found online during carteret.ces.ncsu.edu. For some-more information, call 222-6352. 

MOVIE NIGHTS AT THE CIRCLE 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jun 24, Atlantic Beach circle. “Jurassic Park.” Rain date is Thursday.

BEACH FUN RUN SERIES includesmile, 5K and 10K during a Atlantic Beach circle. Registration is during 5:15 and 6:15 p.m. with races starting during 6:30 p.m. Thursdays, Jun 25, Jul 9, 23 and Aug. 6.

JUNIOR RANGER 1-4 p.m. Thursday, Jun 25. Join a ranger for a day in a life of a ranger and acquire a Junior Ranger badge during Fort Macon State Park. Pre-registration required. Space limited. No drop-offs. For some-more information, hit 726-3775.

EMERALDFEST 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jun 25, during a Western Ocean Access of Emerald Isle. Selah Dubb will perform. No ethanol is allowed. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartcouncil.com.

PURVIS CHAPEL CHIOR CONCERT 7 p.m. Thursday, Jun 25, during a Purvis Chapel. Reception immediately following a unison for Beaufort Historical Association titular chairmen, Marianna Hollinshed and Jackie Hubbard. The eventuality is giveaway and is sponsored by Public Radio East.

55TH ANNUAL OLD HOMES AND GARDEN TOUR 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Friday, Jun 26, and Saturday, Jun 27, in Historic Beaufort. The debate facilities private homes, gardens, artists and more. Tickets are $18 in allege and $20 a days of a tour. 

ANTIQUE SHOW AND SALE 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. Friday Jun 26; Saturday, Jun 27; and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, Jun 28, during a Crystal Coast Civic Center, Morehead City. Tickets are $8.

DOUBLE DECKER BUS TOURS 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Friday-Saturday, Jun 26-27, during a Beaufort Historic Site. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children. 

OLD BURYING GROUNDS TOUR 10 a.m.- noon and 1-3 p.m. Friday, Jun 26, and Saturday, Jun 27, during a Old Burying Grounds in Beaufort.

SUMMER JAM Friday, Jun 26, during a Coral Club. Boys and Girls Club of Coastal Carolina will reason a Summer Jam with Liquid Pleasure performing. Food, splash and booze will be accessible during a event. Tickets are $50 per person.

AMERICAN RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE 2-7 p.m. Friday, Jun 26, during a Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation Community Center. For some-more information, call 354-6350..

HISTORY OF SURFING IN NORTH CAROLINA 7 p.m. Friday, Jun 26, during a N.C. Maritime Museum in Beaufort. Take a demeanour during this foe of kings while researching a state’s purpose in a story of surfing. There will be several presentations and video footage that helps tell a story of call riding, house moulding and because North Carolina’s seashore is an easterly seashore surfing destination. Admission is free; no modernized registration is required; and walk-ins are welcome. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

FORT MACON SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: 7-8 p.m. Friday, Jun 26, during Fort Macon. Scearce Ketner will perform. For some-more information, call 354-5259.

SUMMER JAM 7-11 p.m. Friday, Jun 26, during Corral Bay Club, Atlantic Beach. Features live entertainment, complicated hors d’oeuvres, splash and booze to advantage a Boys Girls Clubs of Coastal Carolina. For information and sheet cost or sponsorship opportunities, revisit www.bgccc.net/events or call 222-3007.

POP WARNER REGISTRATION noon-5 p.m. Saturdays, Jun 27 and Jul 18. Registration will  be reason during Dick’s Sporting Goods in Morehead City. Other registration dates embody Jun 6, 13 and 27 from noon to 3:30 p.m. during Fort Benjamin Recreation Center. Players’ birth certificate and news label for a stream year are compulsory during registration. The price is $90 per actor with a $10 bonus for any additional sibling. Registration is open to all county residents. Application can be downloaded from www.newportvikings.com.

SWANFEST 6:30-8 p.m. Sunday, Jun 28 during a pavilion during Olde Town Square in downtown Swansboro. Notorious Clamslammers will perform. No ethanol or pets. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartscouncil.com.

MOREHEAD CITY PARKS AND RECREATION VOLLEYBALL CAMP 9-11 a.m. Monday, Jun 29, to Thursday, Jul 2, for girl ages 8-12. The price is $50. The stay will highlight technique and tactics. Concentration will be placed on substantiating simple skills by staff proof and instruction. For some-more information, call Jerry Riggs during 726-5083 ext. 4 or email jriggs@bizec.rr.com.

“MY FAVORITE PRINCESS” DANCE CAMP 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Monday, Jun 29 by Friday, Jul 3, during Dance Art Studio. The stay is for ages 3-6, and a price is $100. No dance knowledge is necessary. For some-more information, call 726-1720. Register online during www.DanceArtsStudio.net.

SHACKLEFORD BANKS: HORSES HIKING HISTORY 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jun 30, during a N.C. Maritime Museum. Experience Outer Banks Heritage and wildlife with a guided transport on a island. Shackleford Banks is partial of a Cape Lookout National Seashore. The module is not suitable for children underneath a age of 6. The price is $30, and registration is required. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

MOVIE NIGHTS AT THE CIRCLE 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jul 1, Atlantic Beach circle. “Into a Woods.” Rain date is Thursday.

DISCOVERY TIME: “CHICAMACOMICO STATION” 3 p.m. Thursday, Jul 2, during a N.C. Maritime Museum in Beaufort. Depicting methods of a U.S. Lifesaving Service, this film provides a eventuality to learn some-more about lifesaving efforts and adventures of members of a service. Discovery Time takes place any Tuesday and Thursday in Jul during 3 p.m. These spontaneous programs rivet visitors on topics of nautical history, enlightenment and a healthy sourroundings of coastal North Carolina. The module is giveaway with no modernized registration compulsory and walk-ins welcome. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

EMERALDFEST  6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jul 2, during a Western Ocean Access of Emerald Isle. 4EverAll will perform. No ethanol is allowed. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartcouncil.com.

MOVIE NIGHTS AT THE CIRCLE 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Jul 2, Atlantic Beach circle. “Jaws.”

ALIVE AT 5 CONCERT SERIES 5- 8 p.m. Friday, Jul 3 during Jaycee Park, 807 St., Morehead City. No coolers or outward beverages allowed. Mikele Buck Band will perform. For some-more information, hit Lisa Rueh during 808-0440.

4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS 9 p.m. Saturday, Jul 4, with parking during Bogue Inlet Pier and along Highway 58. Fireworks will be manifest from Bogue Sound and a Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway.

4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS 9 p.m. Saturday, Jul 4, during a Atlantic Beach circle. 572nd Air Force Band “Band of a South” will perform from 7-9 p.m.

THE GLORIOUS FOURTH 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. Friday, Jul 4, during Tryon Palace. Fife and drum opening and reading of a Declaration of Independence will occur during 11 a.m. Garden acknowledgment is free. Interior tours need a squeeze of a ticket.

SWANFEST 6:30-8 p.m. Sunday, Jul 5 during a pavilion during Olde Town Square in downtown Swansboro. Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Band will perform. No ethanol or pets. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartscouncil.com

SUMMER DRAMA CAMP 9 a.m. to noon Monday-Friday, Jul 6-10 and Monday-Friday, Aug. 10-14 for ages K-4th grade. Students will learn behaving techniques, invention and music. Acting games/ exercises will assistance students with listening, communication and cooperation. The category is $50 per tyro with a preregister deposition of $20. For some-more information, call Katie Dixon during 643-2026 or Bob Malone during 728-7550.   

SEASHORE LIFE we SUMMER SCIENCE PROGRAM 9 a.m. to noon Monday, Jul 6, and Tuesday, Jul 7, during a N.C. Maritime Museum in Beaufort. Investigate coastal sea life in a tidal flats, salt marshes and sounds on internal islands during this two-day class. Field-based classes embody a packet ride, separator island hiking and animal identification. The price is $50, and a category is for first- and second-grade children. Advanced registration is required. For some-more information, call 728-7317. Additional dates are Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 5-6.

DRAMA CAMPS 9 a.m.- noon Monday- Friday, Jul 6-10 and Monday-Friday, Aug. 10-14, 1311 Arendell St. in Morehead City. Carteret Community Theater will be holding Drama Camps for grades K-4. $50 per tyro with a $20 deposit. Grades 5-12 are on Jun 22-26 and Jul 27-31 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. $75 per tyro with a $35 deposit. For some-more information and form, revisit www.carteretcommunitytheatre.com/summercamp or hit Katie Dixon during kate.dixon80@gmail.com. Fill out a form and send it behind to Carteret Community Theater P. O. Box 283 Morehead City, N.C. 28557.

FAIRYTALE DANCE CAMP 1-4 p.m. Monday, Jul 6, by Friday, Jul 10, during Dance Art Studio. The stay is for boys and girls ages 5-9. The price is $140. No dance knowledge necessary. For some-more information, call 728-3336. Register online during www.DanceArtsStudio.net.

DISCOVERY TIME: “THE CAROLINA BROUGE” 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jul 7, during a N.C. Maritime Museum in Beaufort. Although a seashore of North Carolina has turn a renouned traveller destination, some towns are still rather isolated. Retaining their English and Scots-Irish roots, a denunciation of these towns has grown into a section all a own. Listen in on interviews and stories of those connected to this one-of-a-kind dialect. The film includes N.C. residents from Carteret, Dare and Hyde Counties. Discovery Time takes place any Tuesday and Thursday in Jul during 3 p.m.  These spontaneous programs rivet visitors on topics of nautical history, enlightenment and a healthy sourroundings of coastal North Carolina. The module is giveaway with no modernized registration compulsory and walk-ins welcome. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

MOVIE NIGHTS AT THE CIRCLE 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jul 8, Atlantic Beach circle. “Annie” (2014). Rain date is Thursday.

FISH FISHING SUMMER SCIENCE PROGRAM 9 a.m.- noon Thrusday, Jul 9 and Friday, Jul 10, during a N.C. Maritime Museum. For those entering grades 3 and four. An introduction to coastal fish and fishing methods. Cane poles, bait, and tackle are supposing for wharf fishing for this two-day class.  Students also house a investigate vessel to locate and brand sea life in nearby strand waters. A price of  $65 and modernized registration are required. For some-more information, call 728-7317. The Summer Science School offers students a eventuality to learn about a healthy and nautical story of coastal North Carolina by creative, hands-on experiences.  Additional dates are Jul 23 and 24.

DISCOVERY TIME: THE CAPE LOOKOUT LIGHTHOUSE MOVIE 3 p.m. Thursday, Jul 9, during a N.C. Maritime Museum. Join National Park staff and historians as they tell a story about a biggest landmark in Carteret County.  Discovery Time takes place any Tuesday and Thursday in Jul during 3 p.m.  These spontaneous programs rivet visitors on topics of nautical history, enlightenment and a healthy sourroundings of coastal North Carolina. Free. No allege registration. Walk-ins welcome. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

EMERALDFEST  6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jul 9 during a Western Ocean Access of Emerald Isle. Justin Castellano will perform. No ethanol is allowed. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartcouncil.com

CHURCH SUMMER CONCERT SERIES 6:30 p.m. Friday Jul 10, during St. Francis by a Sea. Mozart’s “Divertimento for String Trio in E-flat Major, K. 563” by violinist Chris Ellis, violist Dee Braxton-Pelligrino, and cellist Barbara Gates.  This unique, six-movement work for violin, viola and cello by Mozart is one of a commencement fibre trios by any composer.  Mr. Ellis and Ms. Gates lapse to St. Francis by a Sea after final behaving in a fibre garb of  Handel’s MESSIAH sing-along in December.

FREE FRIDAY FLICKS 7 p.m. Friday, Jul 10, during a Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation gymnasium. Movies are family oriented, and price to a public. Children contingency be accompanied by an adult. Popcorn and drinks are accessible for $1. Bring chairs or a blanket. No outward food or beverages. This month’s film pretension is “Penguins of Madagascar.”

FORT MACON SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: 7-8 p.m. Friday, Jul 10, during Fort Macon. Wild Honey will perform. For some-more information, call 354-5259.

GREAT 4TH RACE 10 a.m. Saturday, Jul 11, during N.C. Maritime Museum. Boat registration is compulsory for a cruise convene that celebrates a ancestral excursion that carried a news of a Declaration of Independence to a Outer Banks. Event is free. To register, call 728-7317. Boats will cruise along Taylor’s Creek between 9-10 a.m. 

BUILD A BOAT IN A DAY COURSE 9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Jul 11, during a Harvey W. Smith Watercraft Center. Each adult and child organisation uses a stitch-and-glue technique to arrange a prepared pack for a tiny flat-bottomed plywood vessel suitable for rowing or paddling. The vessel is 7’ 10” long, 32’ wide, and weighs about 40 pounds. By a finish of a category any vessel will be finished to a watertight condition and clear-coated with epoxy. Detail finishing and portrayal is a shortcoming of organisation members and might not be undertaken in a Watercraft Center. Teams are singular to a limit of 4 persons, during slightest one of whom contingency be an adult. Course Fee: $300. Please Note: Completed vessel has a limit weight ability of 110 pounds. Minimum age: 8 yrs. old. Advance registration is required. For some-more information, call 728-7317.Other dates embody Aug. 15 and Sept. 19.

TRYON’S EXPLORES: PALACE FASHIONS 10 a.m. Saturday, Jul 11 during Tryon Palace grounds, accommodate during sheet table in Mattocks Hall. The module teaches children ages 6 to 10 about a Tryon Palace dress shop. Tickets are $6 per child with one concomitant adult for free. Additional adults are $6 enclosed with unchanging admission. To haven a ticket, call 52-639-3524. Space is singular to 20 children.  Extra openings will be filled a day of a eventuality on a first-come, first-served basis. If we are a Home School Group and would like to book a tour, greatfully hit Group Services, 252-639-3524.

PICTURING THE GREAT WAR MODERN ART AND THE COMBAT ZONE 2-3 p.m. Saturday, Jul 11, during NCHC, Cullman Hall. Professor Daniel Sherman, a Lineberger Distinguished Professor of Art History and History during a University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, will inspect a ways artists from all over Europe sought an artistic denunciation adequate to their personal artistic prophesy and to a forlorn assault and dehumanization they witnessed around them. Admission to a eventuality is free.

BEAUFORT HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION SUMMER PARTY 7-11 p.m. Saturday, Jul 11, during a Beaufort Historic Site. For information, call 728-5225.

SWANFEST 6:30-8 p.m. Sunday, Jul 12, during a pavilion during Olde Town Square in downtown Swansboro. Trophy Husbands will perform. No ethanol or pets. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartscouncil.com

COOKING WITH ABBY-HEALTHIER ITALIAN 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jul 14, room 320 in a CMAST building. For ages 9 and up. Learn simple cooking skills and food safety. Participants will prepared their possess lunch. All participants will be approaching to ambience everything. The price is $20. Those who wish to attend contingency finish a 4-H registration form found online during carteret.ces.ncsu.edu. For some-more information, call 222-6352.

DISCOVERY TIME: WILD CAUGHT- THE LIFE AND STRUGGLES OF AN AMERICAN FISHING TOWN MOVIE 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jul 14 during N.C. Maritime Museum. Follow a story of families connected with a blurb fishing in Snead’s Ferry over a camber of several years. Watch as their provision and enlightenment are ceaselessly threatened on several fronts and a family businesses doubt a future. Snead’s Ferry is located during a mouth of a New River in Onslow County.  Discovery Time takes place any Tuesday and Thursday in Jul during 3 p.m.  These spontaneous programs rivet visitors on topics of nautical history, enlightenment and a healthy sourroundings of coastal North Carolina. Free. No allege registration required. Walk-ins welcome. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

BEGINNERS SEWING 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday-Friday, Jul 15-17, room 320 in a CMAST building. For ages 9 and up. Children contingency be 9 years of age by a date of a class. Learn sewing basement including following a settlement (provided) and regulating a sewing appurtenance to make pajama bottoms. Bring a bag lunch, beverages and snacks are provided. A minute will be sent detailing what needs to be brought. The price is $35. Those who wish to attend contingency finish a 4-H registration form found online during carteret.ces.ncsu.edu. For some-more information, call 222-6352.

PRESCHOOL STORY TIME AND CRAFTS SUMMER SCIENCE PROGRAM 9 to 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jul 15, during a N.C. Maritime Museum in Beaufort. Program includes a story, estuarine critter regard and a associated craft. Admission is free, and a eventuality is for preschool-age children. Advanced registration is required. For some-more information, call 728-7317. Additional classes are charity on Wednesday, Aug. 5.

MOVIE NIGHTS AT THE CIRCLE 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jul 15, Atlantic Beach circle. “Paddington.” Rain date is Thursday.

BARTA BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB BILLFISH TOURNAMENT Thursday- Saturday, Jul 16-18, during a Beaufort Town Docks. Enjoy offshore fishing during a best on a N.C. coast. Fore some-more information or to register, go to www.barabillfish.com.

DISCOVERY TIME: RESCUE MEN: THE PEA ISLAND LIFESAVERS MOVIE 3 p.m. Thursday, Jul 16, atthe N.C. Maritime Museum. This documentary, desirous by a book Fire on a Beach, Recovering a Lost Story of Richard Etheridge and a Pea Island Lifesavers, chronicles a loyal story of Station 17 a usually African-American organisation apportionment in a U.S. Lifesaving Service, a prototype to a U.S. Coast Guard. Pea Island is located during a north finish of Hatteras Island in Dare County.  Discovery Time takes place any Tuesday and Thursday in Jul during 3 p.m.  These spontaneous programs rivet visitors on topics of nautical history, enlightenment and a healthy sourroundings of coastal North Carolina. Free. No allege registration necessary. Walk-ins welcome. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

EMERALDFEST  6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jul 16, during a Western Ocean Access of Emerald Isle. Wild Honey will perform. No ethanol is allowed. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartcouncil.com.

BARTA TOURNAMENT Thursday-Saturday, Jul 16-18, during a Sunbrella tent during Beaufort’s waterfront. For information, revisit www.bartabillfish.com.

ALIVE AT 5 CONCERT SERIES 5- 8 p.m. Friday, Jul 17, during Jaycee Park, 807 St. Morehead City. No coolers or outward beverages allowed. Spare Change will perform. For some-more information, hit Lisa Rueh during 808-0440.

CRAB CAKE COOK-OFF 6-8 p.m. Friday, Jul 17, during a Harvey W. Smith Watercraft Center in Beaufort. For members only, nonmembers might join for $35. Tickets to a eventuality are accessible during N.C. Maritime Museum or online during www.maritimefriends.org.

FORT MACON SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: 7-8 p.m. Friday, Jul 17, during Fort Macon. The Morehead Brass Consortium will perform. For some-more information, call 354-5259.

SWANFEST 6:30-8 p.m. Sunday, Jul 19 during a pavilion during Olde Town Square in downtown Swansboro. Spongetones will perform. No ethanol or pets. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartscouncil.com.

BOATS MODELS SOLD OUT SUMMER SCIENCE PROGRAM 9 a.m.- noon Monday- Wednesday, Jul 20-22 during N.C. Maritime Museum. Build a indication of a fishing vessel (tug) during a Museum’s Watercraft Center.  During this 3 day class, students will use Museum exhibits and margin trips to learn about coastal waterways, internal boats and a skills indispensable to work on and around a water. The price is $85, and a module is for those entering third and fourth grade.  Advance registration is required. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

SUMMER HISTORY DAY CAMP 9 a.m. to noon from Tuesday Jul 21 to Thursday, Jul 23 and Tuesday, Jul 28 to Thursday, Jul 30 during a Beaufort’s Historical Association’s Welcome Center. Reservations for this module are $40 due during a time of reservation. Scholarships are accessible for those who need them. For some-more information, stop by a Beaufort Historical Association Welcome Center during 130 Turner St., call 252-728-5225 or revisit www.beauforthistoricsite.org

DISCOVER TIME: CORE SOUNDERS: LIVING FROM THE SEA MOVIE 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jul 21, during a N.C. Maritime Museum. Meet a families who have carried out a tradition of blurb fishing for 3 centuries in Eastern Carteret County by this film. Follow their struggles as their isolated village solemnly erodes and their approach of life is threatened. The communities of ‘Down East’ Carteret County are highlighted in this film.  Discovery Time takes place any Tuesday and Thursday in Jul during 3 p.m.  These spontaneous programs rivet visitors on topics of nautical history, enlightenment and a healthy sourroundings of coastal North Carolina. Free. No allege registration necessary. Walk-ins welcome. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

WHALES OF NORTH CAROLINA SUMMER PROGRAM 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday, Jul 21-23 during a N.C. Maritime Museum. This module gives students an in-depth demeanour during some of a sea mammals found in a waters off North Carolina. The category will plead a biology of sea mammals, story of whaling in a area and (depending on weather) a whale examination outing in internal waters.  The price is $85.  The module is for students entering grades 7-10.  Advance registration is required. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

MOVIE NIGHTS AT THE CIRCLE 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jul 22, Atlantic Beach circle. “Big Hero 6.” Rain date is Thursday.

DISCOVERY TIME: WATERS OF LIFE: THE N.C. ESTUARINE RESEARCH RESERVE MOVIE 3 p.m.Thursday, Jul 23, during a N.C. Maritime Museum. The N.C. Coastal Reserve and National Estuarine Research Reserve complement was dynamic to foster sensitive government and stewardship of North Carolina’s estuarine and coastal habitats by research, education, and example. Learn about a opposite pot that make adult this complement in North Carolina.  Discovery Time takes place any Tuesday and Thursday in Jul during 3 p.m.  These spontaneous programs rivet visitors on topics of nautical history, enlightenment and a healthy sourroundings of coastal North Carolina. Admission is free. No allege registration necessary. Walk-ins welcome. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

EMERALDFEST  6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jul 23, during a Western Ocean Access of Emerald Isle. Outer Banks Philharmonic will perform. No ethanol is allowed. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartcouncil.com.

INJURED SOLDIERS, WOUNDED SOCIETIES: HEALTH CARE IN WWI 2-3 p.m. Saturday, Jul 25, during NCHC, Cullman Performance Hall. Join North Carolina Wesleyan College partner highbrow of story Chad Ross for a giveaway harangue during a North Carolina History Center to try how a new weapons of WWI altered a approach armies cared for their wounded, both on a terrain and when they returned home. Admission to a eventuality is free.

CONTEMPORARY BOAT-BUILDING CARPENTRY COURSE 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday to Sunday, Jul 25-26. The course, designed for ages 16 and older, will learn opposite methods used for building round-bottom boats. Course costs $135 per person, and modernized registration is compulsory by job 728-7317. Other dates, also Saturdays and Sundays, include: Sep 12-13 and Dec 12-13.

KIDS GOLF CAMPS 9 a.m.-noon Monday, Jul 20, to Friday, Jul 24, during a Morehead City Country Club. Camp for ages 5-8 starts during 9 a.m.; ages 9-12 starts during 10 a.m.; and ages 13-17 starts during 11 a.m. An modernized category is from 9-11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 3. The price is $40 for Morehead City Country Club members or $75 for a public. Advanced stay price is $75 for members and $125 for a public. For some-more information, hit a Morehead City Country Club during 726-4917.

HOMETOWN TEAMS Saturday, Jul 25-Sunday, Sept. 6, during Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center, 1785 Island Road, Harkers Island. Opening ceremony, Saturday, Jul 25, featuring special guests, exhibitions, programs, a fish grill and more. For some-more information, revisit www.museumonmainstreet.org

SWANFEST 6:30-8 p.m. Sunday, Jul 26, during a pavilion during Olde Town Square in downtown Swansboro. Jon Shain will perform. No ethanol or pets. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartscouncil.com.

COASTAL CONSERVATION FELLOWS 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, Jul 27-29, during a N.C. Maritime Museum. This category examines environmental assign issues applicable to a segment such as sea waste and stable species. Through margin observations and information entertainment during internal estuary preserves, students will learn how scientists and healthy apparatus managers understanding with assign hurdles during a three-day class. Program by N.C. Coastal Reserve/National Estuarine Research Reserve.  The price is $75. For students entering grades 7-10.  Advance registration is required. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

DISCOVERY TIME: STORM WARRIORS MOVIE 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jul 28, during a N.C. Maritime Museum. Through interviews, ancestral footage, and re-enactments, this documentary provides an in-depth demeanour during a U.S. Life-Saving Service. Follow a story of a U.S.L.S.S.—from because it was combined to a many rescues a use supposing over a years.   Discovery Time takes place any Tuesday and Thursday in Jul during 3 p.m.  These spontaneous programs rivet visitors on topics of nautical history, enlightenment and a healthy sourroundings of coastal North Carolina. Admission is free. No allege registration necessary. Walk-ins welcome. For some-more information, call 728-7317.

MOVIE NIGHTS AT THE CIRCLE 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jul 29, Atlantic Beach circle. “Frozen.” Rain date is Thursday.

EMERALDFEST  6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jul 30, during a Western Ocean Access of Emerald Isle. Now and Then will perform. No ethanol is allowed. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartcouncil.com.

FORT MACON SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: 7-8 p.m. Friday, Jul 31, during Fort Macon. 4EverAll will perform. For some-more information, call 354-5259.

TRADITIONAL SKIFF REGATTA 9 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, in front of a Harvey W. Smith Watercraft Center in Beaufort. For information, call 728-7317.

CRYSTAL COAST GIRLS YOUTH VOLLEYBALL Saturday, Aug. 1-Saturday, Oct. 31. Registration Fee is $30 for a following age divisions: Girls 9-10, 11-12, 13-14. Player’s age is dynamic as of Oct. 1. The joining is sponsored by County Parks Recreation, Emerald Isle Parks Recreation and Morehead City Parks Recreation departments. Practice starts Tuesday, Sept. 1. Games start Thursday, Oct.1.

SWANFEST 6:30-8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 2, during a pavilion during Olde Town Square in downtown Swansboro. Selah Dubb will perform. No ethanol or pets. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartscouncil.com.

MOVIE NIGHTS AT THE CIRCLE 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 5, Atlantic Beach circle. “Dolphin Tale 2.” Rain date is Thursday.

EMERALDFEST  6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 6, during a Western Ocean Access of Emerald Isle. Scearce Ketner will perform. No ethanol is allowed. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartcouncil.com.

ALIVE AT 5 CONCERT SERIES 5- 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7, during Jaycee Park, 807 St. Morehead City. No coolers or outward beverages allowed. Band of Oz  will perform. For some-more information, hit Lisa Rueh during 808-0440.

 CHURCH SUMMER CONCERT SERIES 6:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7, during St. Francis by a Sea. Come knowledge a lively sound of a harp in a sanctuary! Julie Miller Money, harpist with a Winston-Salem Symphony, a Western Piedmont Symphony Orchestra in Hickory, a Greensboro Symphony, and a Roanoke Symphony, will benefaction her program, “The Heart of a Harp.”

FORT MACON SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: 7-8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7, during Fort Macon. Samantha Casey and a Bluegrass Jam will perform. For some-more information, call 354-5259.

BEAUFORT PIRATE INVASION Friday-Saturday, Aug. 7-8. Starting during noon Friday, Beaufort will be overshoot with pirates, wenches, privateers and scallywags. There will be storytelling, sea chanteys, cutlasses and black powder weapons displayed in a bandit outpost during a Beaufort Historic Site. The eventuality is sponsored by a Beaufort Business Association. For some-more information, revisit www.beaufortpirateinvation.com.

TRYON’S TOTS: LIFE IS A GARDEN 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 8, during Tryon Palace grounds, accommodate during sheet table in Mattocks Hall. Children ages 3-8 can try a sensuous Kitchen Garden to learn how a stately governor’s food was grown in a 18th century and plant a seed to move home. Tickets cost $6 per child with one concomitant adult free. Additional adults cost $6 enclosed with unchanging admission. To register, call 252-639-3500. Space is singular to 20 children. Extra openings will be filled a day of a eventuality on a first-come, first-served basis. If we are a Home School Group and would like to book a tour, greatfully hit Group Services, 252-639-3524.

SWANFEST 6:30-8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 9, during a pavilion during Olde Town Square in downtown Swansboro. Spare change will perform. No ethanol or pets. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartscouncil.com.

INTERMEDIATE SEWING 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday- Wednesday, Aug. 10-12, room 320 in a CMAST building. For ages 11 and up. During this three-day camp, participants will build on a sewing skills schooled formerly in a Beginners Class (required). New skills embody putting in a zipper and creation a buttonhole. The pattern, element and all other haven to finish a plan will be provided. Participants will make a purse and tiny zippered bag. Bring a bagged lunch. Snacks and beverages will be provided. The price is $50. hose who wish to attend contingency finish a 4-H registration form found online during carteret.ces.ncsu.edu. For some-more information, call 222-6352.

MOVIE NIGHTS AT THE CIRCLE 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 12, Atlantic Beach circle. “The Wizard of Oz.” Rain date is Thursday.

EMERALDFEST  6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 13, during a Western Ocean Access of Emerald Isle. Naked Knees will perform. No ethanol is allowed. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartcouncil.com.

FREE FRIDAY FLICKS 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 14,at a Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation gymnasium. Movies are family oriented, and price to a public. Children contingency be accompanied by an adult. Popcorn and drinks are accessible for $1. Bring chairs or a blanket. No outward food or beverages. This month’s film pretension is “Paddington.” 

SWANFEST 6:30-8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 16 during a pavilion during Olde Town Square in downtown Swansboro. Samantha Casey will perform. No ethanol or pets. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartscouncil.com.

EMERALDFEST 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 20, during a Western Ocean Access of Emerald Isle. Big Drink will perform. No ethanol is allowed. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartcouncil.com.

CAPE LOOKOUT TOUR BY WATER 9 a.m. to noon Friday, Aug. 21, during a N.C. Maritime Museum in Beaufort. The debate takes participants around a Cape Lookout National Seashore. Reservations are compulsory and a price is $30. For some-more information, call 728-7317. 

ALIVE AT 5 CONCERT SERIES 5- 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 21, during Jaycee Park, 807 St. Morehead City. No coolers or outward beverages allowed. Jupiter Jones will perform. For some-more information, hit Lisa Rueh during 808-0440.

TRADITIONAL BOATBUILDING CARPENTRY COURSE 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday- Sunday, Aug. 22-23, during a Harvey W. Watercraft Center. Traditional techniques, grown to solve woodworking problems singular to vernacular boatbuilding, are taught in this hands-on workshop.  Participants work as a organisation to make a twelve to fourteen-foot chronicle of a normal “rack of eye” flat-bottomed skiff. In a routine they learn how to set adult a boat, spile and hook planks, craft bevels, make framing, and try fixture options and a characteristics of normal boatbuilding woods. The march price is $135.  Minimum age is 16 years old.  This march depends as a pre-requisite for a Nine-Day Boatbuilding Course.   Advance registration is required. For some-more information, call 728-7317. Other dates embody Nov.14 and 15.

THE GERMAN DEFEAT 2-3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 22 during NCHC, Cullman Performance Hall. Join University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Professor Konrad H. Jarausch as he explores how Germany became an rivalry of a United States, because German leaders gambled a whole quarrel on a wilful feat in a Ludendorff offensive, and what led to a miss of eagerness to quarrel that caused Germany to find a bid for armistice. Admission to a eventuality is free.

9TH ANNUAL FLOUNDER SURF FISHING TOURNAMENT Saturday, Sept. 19 by Saturday, Oct. 3. (Registration Begins Saturday, Aug. 22.) All teeter contingency be hold by fishing on feet (surf, pier, estuary or sound) from Fort Macon to Emerald Isle. Sponsored by Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation and The Reel Outdoors. For some-more information, hit 354-6350.

TRADITIONAL BOATBUILDING CARPENTRY COURSE 9 a.m. to 4:40 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 22, and Sunday, Aug. 23, during a N.C. Maritime Museum in Beaufort. The march price is $135, and a smallest age for a march is 16 years old. This march depends as a exigency for a nine-day boat-building course. For modernized registration, hit 728-7317. Other dates embody Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 14 and 15. 

SWANFEST 6:30-8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 23, during a pavilion during Olde Town Square in downtown Swansboro. Wild Honey will perform. No ethanol or pets. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartscouncil.com.

AMERICAN RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE 2-7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 28, during Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation Community Center. For some-more information, call 354-6350.

SWANFEST 6:30-8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 30, during a pavilion during Olde Town Square in downtown Swansboro. pristine t. mommicked will perform. No ethanol or pets. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartscouncil.com.

CPR AND FIRST AID FOR ADULTS, CHILDREN AND INFANTS 5:30-9 p.m. Sep. (date to be announced) 

American Heart Association CPR Certification provides training on how to rightly perform CPR on adults, children and infants, as good as simple initial aid. All students contingency pre-register. Certification category price is $34, and no text is needed. Participants contingency pre-register and prepay for this class. Total category distance is 9 participants. To register, call 354-6350.

AUTUM GARDEN HOURS 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday by Saturday; 1- 6 p.m. Sundays from Sept. 3 by Oct. 31, during Tryon Palace.  Last tickets are sole during 4:30 p.m. any day.

WALKING CLUB 9 a.m. Fridays from Sep. 4 to Oct. 23, during a Emerald Isle Community Center with opposite routes walked any week; many walks will be dual to 3 miles. Rain plcae will be a Emerald Isle Community Center gymnasium. This module is open to participants of all ages. Anyone underneath 16 contingency be accompanied by a parent/guardian. For some-more information, hit Lainey Gottuso at lgottuso@emeraldisle-nc.org  or 354-6350.

ALIVE AT 5 CONCERT SERIES 5- 8 p.m. Friday, Sep. 4 during Jaycee Park, 807 St. Morehead City. No coolers or outward beverages allowed. North Tower will perform. For some-more information, hit Lisa Rueh during 808-0440.

STANLY-SPAIGHT DUEL 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 5, during Tryon Palace South Lawn. On Sep 5th, 1802, a distinguished New Bern counsel met his domestic rival, a former State Governor, in a fatal duel on a streets of New Bern. Step behind in time to an epoch where a man’s personal respect was his many loving peculiarity and any intrusion on this cherished value could outcome in burning and aroused retribution. Watch a play reveal before your eyes in a retaining reenactment of this fatal day. Come early and suffer a gardens before a special opening by Tryon Palace’s Fife and Drum Corps starts off a eventuality during 4:00 p.m.  In a eventuality of rain, performances will be changed into a North Carolina History Center’s Cullman Performance Hall. Tickets are $6 per adult and $3 per tyro enclosed with unchanging admission.

SWANFEST 6:30-8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 6 during a pavilion during Olde Town Square in downtown Swansboro. Chris Cavanaugh will perform. No ethanol or pets. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartscouncil.com.

CHURCH SUMMER CONCERT SERIES 6:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11, during St. Francis by a Sea. Katherine Lynn Anderson, coloratura soprano, will broach a module of “Classical Works for Solo Voice.” Linda Laughton will be personification a piano.

FRIDAY FREE FLICKS 7 p.m. Friday, Sep. 11, during a Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation gymnasium. Movies are family oriented, and price to a public. Children contingency be accompanied by an adult. Popcorn and drinks are accessible for $1. Bring chairs or a blanket. No outward food or beverages. Call 354-6350 for film pretension one week before to showing. 

TRYON’S EXPLORERS: LIFE IS A GARDEN 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 12, during Tryon Palace grounds, accommodate during sheet table in Mattocks Hall. Children ages 6-10 can try a sensuous Kitchen Garden to learn how a stately governor’s food was grown in a 18th century and plant a seed to move home. Tickets cost $6 per child with one concomitant adult free. Additional adults cost $6 enclosed with unchanging admission. To register, call 252-639-3500. Space is singular to 20 children. Extra openings will be filled a day of a eventuality on a first-come, first-served basis. If we are a Home School Group and would like to book a tour, greatfully hit Group Services, 252-639-3524.

SWANFEST 6:30-8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 13, during a pavilion during Olde Town Square in downtown Swansboro. Scearce Ketner will perform. No ethanol or pets. For some-more information, revisit www.seasideartscouncil.com.

EMERALD ISLE’S DAY4KIDS 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, during Emerald Isle Recreation Center, charity visitors activities, games, face portrayal and more. For information or to turn a vendor, call 354-6350.

AUTUMN AFFAIR 6-10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, during a Havelock Tourist and Event Center, featuring music, a live auction and raffle to advantage a Boys and Girls Club of Coastal Carolina. For some-more information, revisit www.bgccc.net.

CELEBRATING TRYON PALACE Saturday, Sept. 26 by Sunday, Nov. 8, during a Duffy Exhibition Gallery in a North Carolina History Center. Admission is free. In respect of a Tryon Palace Commission’s 70th anniversary, Celebrating Tryon Palace explores a initial of a elect and a contributions to Tryon Palace over a past 70 years, including a support for a North Carolina History Center, that will applaud a 5th anniversary this October.

KITCHENS OF NEW BERN TOUR Saturday, Sept 26, during several New Bern kitchens including Tryon Palace Kitchen office. Join homeowners who have non-stop their kitchens in support of a Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina during New Bern as they entice we to hoard ideas for conceptualizing your possess new kitchen or renovating a existent core of your home. Capture a newest attention ideas and learn about state-of-the-art products from a sponsors. Savor special tastings by internal chefs and suffer a day of fun in ancestral New Bern.  For some-more information or to squeeze tickets, revisit foodbankcenc.org/KitchenTour or call 252-375-8098. 

YOUTH TENNIS “HOW TO PLAY TENNIS” WITH TONY PEREIRA 4-5 p.m. Mondays from Oct. 5 to Nov. 9. It’s $70 for a six-week eventuality for ages 11-13. Only for those that have taken beginners clinic. Registration is singular to 6 students. Participants contingency register by Sep. 30.

DR. BOGUS FREE SURF FISHING SEMINAR 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 5, during Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation Community Center. For information, call 354-6350.

GORDIE MCADAMS SPECKLED TROUT SURF FISHING TOURNAMENT Friday, Oct. 2-Friday, Oct. 16, requires all fish to be hold by fishing on feet (surf, pier, estuary or sound) from Fort Macon, Atlantic Beach to Emerald Isle. For information or to register, call 354-6350. 

FREE FRIDAY FLICKS 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9, during a Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation gymnasium. Movies are family oriented, and price to a public. Children contingency be accompanied by an adult. Popcorn and drinks are accessible for $1. Bring chairs or a blanket. No outward food or beverages. Call 354-6350 for film pretension one week before to showing. 

FALL IN THE WATER MEET 1-5:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, during Gallants Channel, an prolongation of a N.C. Maritime Museum during 172 West Beaufort Road, Beaufort. Free vessel rides and ticketed eventuality barbecue. For information, revisit www.ncmaritimemuseums.com.

AMERICAN RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE 2-7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23 during Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation Community Center. For some-more information, call 354-6350.

TUNA RUN 200 an overnight send journey in that a organisation runs an accumulation of 200 scenic miles to finish during a beach for tuna and drinks. The eventuality starts during Lake Benson Park in Garner and finishes in Atlantic Beach. Teams are typically stoical of 4 to 12 runners who apart adult 36 legs. For information, email info@tunarun200.com.

HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL 6-8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30, during Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation. Event facilities an art activities where participants emanate a glow-in-the-dark mural, a print booth, haven marker kits and trunk-or-treat. For information, call 354-6350.

RUN YOUR ‘BOOTY’ OFF 9 a.m.-noon, Saturday, Oct. 31, during Katherine Davis Park. For some-more information or to register, revisit www.bgccc.net.

TOWN OF EMERALD ISLE TRICK OR TREAT 6-8:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31. Emerald Isle will strictly observe Halloween Trick or Treat.   For Halloween haven tips, information on a Town’s annual Halloween fair and fun Halloween ideas, visit www.emeraldisle-nc.org.

KINDERGARTEN THANKSGIVING 9-11:30 a.m. Monday-Friday, Nov. 2-6, and Nov. 9-13, open to kindergarten classes where children revisit Beaufort Historic Site to learn how life was prolonged ago. For reservations, call 728-5225 or email pr@beauforthistoricsite.org.

BOAT SHOP BASH 6:30-10 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, during a Harvey W. Watercraft Center, Beaufort. The fundraiser helps support a Friends of N.C. Maritime Museum and includes music, food and live and wordless auctions. Tickets are accessible online during www.ncmaritimemuseums.com or by job 728-7317.

FRIDAY FREE FLICKS 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 13, during a Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation gymnasium. Movies are family oriented. Free and open to a public, children contingency be accompanied by an adult. Popcorn and splash for $1.00. Please move chairs and or blankets, no outward beverages or snacks. Call 354-6350 for film pretension one week before to showing.

JUMBLE SALE 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 21, during a Beaufort Historic Site, featuring a village marketplace charity art, crafts, holiday gifts, food and more. No acknowledgment charge. For businessman information, call 728-5225 or email pr@beauforthistoricsite.org.

COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING FEAST 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 22, on a drift of Beaufort Historic Site, for a normal turkey cooking supposing by some of a area’s excellent restaurants. Dinners are accessible for take-our or for dinning underneath a tent. To squeeze tickets, call 728-5225.

EMERALD ISLE CHRISTMAS PARADE 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 28, along Highway 58 in Emerald Isle. Following a parade, a lighting of a Christmas tree will take place during Merchant’s Park.

4TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR 8 a.m.- 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 28, during a Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation gymnasium. The Fair will underline all handmade or hand-authenticated equipment from internal artisans and crafters. For some-more information or to turn a vendor, hit Lainey Gottuso during 354-6350 or lgottuso@emeraldisle-nc.org . There is no focus deadline though space is singular and approaching to fill adult quickly.

CRYSTAL COAST CHRISTMAS FLOTILLA 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, featuring aflame boats, yachts, oars, kayaks and blurb vessels flashy for a season. Boats can be seen along Morehead City’s downtown waterfront during 5:30 p.m., and during 6:15 p.m. during Beaufort. Cash prizes are awarded. To register, call 728-7317 or revisit www.ncmaritimemuseums.com.

CORE SOUND WATERFOWL WEEKEND Friday-Sunday, Dec. 4-6, during Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center, Harkers Island. Experience an array of educational exhibits and competitions along with humanities and crafts. For some-more information, revisit coresound.com.

28TH ANNUAL CORE SOUND DECOY FESTIVAL Saturday-Sunday, Dec. 5-6, Harkers Island School. More than 90 vendors will arrangement and sell decoys, design and waterfowl artifacts. Events embody a fake competition, children’s fake painting, retriever demonstrations, fake auction, fake conduct figure foe and a universe famous loon job competition. For information, call a Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild during 838-8818 or revisit www.decoyguild.com.

FRIENDS OF N.C. MARITIME HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6, during a N.C. Maritime Museum, www.ncmaritimemuseums.com.

EMERALD ISLE PARKS AND RECREATION’S 2ND ANNUAL “SANTA AND A MOVIE” 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 11, during Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation. Children of all ages join Santa for a Christmas story after enjoying divert and cookies and examination a brief Christmas film classic! Kids are speedy to wear their many comfy Christmas pajamas. Bring a sweeping for your family to lay on during a movie. Admission price is one unwrapped present per child. Participants contingency pre-register by 5 p.m.  Thursday, Dec 10 to attend. Reservations will be supposed commencement Nov. 2. Only 75 (children) spaces available. Contact Sarah McNally during 354-6350 or smcnally@emeraldisle-nc.org.

BEAUFORT HOLIDAY ARTWALK 1-5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 12, via ancestral downtown Beaufort. Artwalk starts during a Beaufort Historic Site where maps will be available. For information, call 728-5225.

HISTORIC BEAUFORT CANDLELIGHT HOMES TOUR 5-8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 12, allows visitors to debate ancestral homes and float along on a double-decker steer with carolers from internal churches. Requires acknowledgment fee. For information, revisit www.beauforthistoricsite.org.

AMERICAN RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE 2-7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 18, during Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation Community Center. For some-more information, call 354-6350.

Meetings

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF CARTERET COUNTY LUNCHEON MEETING noon Wednesday, Jun 24, during a Beaufort Grocery. All members and a ubiquitous open are invited to attend. The cost is $15, and includes lunch and a cold beverage. Meeting will cover new line-up officers, formulation of bulletin and voting on upgrading bylaws. For some-more information, hit Louise Hughes during 728-7346 or during lhughes2@ec.rr.com.

FRIENDS OF FORT MACON LUCNH MEETING noon Wednesday, Jul 1, during Golden Corral restaurant, 4060 Arendell St., Morehead City. Dutch-treat lunch starts during 11:30 a.m. Speaker is Keith Rittmaster, Maritime Museum Curator of Natural Science. Program pretension is Dolphin Skeleton Re-articulation. The open is invited to attend a meeting. For some-more information, call 354-5259.

CARTERET COUNTY PARTNERSHIP FOR CHILDREN BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING 8:15 a.m.Thursday, Jul 9. For some-more information, call a Partnership during 727-0440.

CARTERET COUNTY RETIRED SCHOOL PERSONNEL MEETING 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jun 9, during a Sanitary Restaurant in Morehead City. Please move dungeon phones and stationery for creation contacts with a member in a General Assembly. All retirees are invited.

CRYSTAL COAST CHORAL SOCIETY 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays during Swansboro United Methodist Church for a churned voice carol for all ages. 

SINGLES OUT ‘N ABOUT a amicable organisation open to singular adults. Now in a 14th year, meetings are reason a initial Tuesday of any month to report activities. For time, plcae and some-more information, hit Gary during 725-5181.

SOUTHERN BELLES Meets 7-8:30 p.m. Mondays during Cape Carteret Presbyterian Church. The four-part peace singing organisation for women is now usurpation new members. For some-more information, call Mary Helen Casey during 354-2925.

SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS, CAMP 1597 meets during 7 p.m. on a second Tuesday of any month in a Bryant Student Center assembly room, Carteret Community College. For some-more information, call David F. Burnette during 223-4765.

FORT MACON CIVIL WAR ROUNDTABLE meets during 7 p.m. on a fourth Tuesday of any month in a Bryant Student Center assembly room, Carteret Community College. For some-more information, call David F. Burnette during 223-4765.

N.C. SOCIETY SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, CRYSTAL COAST CHAPTER meets during 11:30 a.m. on a second Wednesday of any month in a Golden Corral Buffet and Grill, Morehead City. For some-more information, call David F. Burnette during 223-4765.

CARTERET COMMUNITY THEATRE 7 p.m. a third Wednesday of any month during 1311 Arendell St., Morehead City, for volunteers to learn museum needs, including lights, sound, sheet sales and backstage assistance. For information, call 247-1501 or revisit www.carteretcommunitytheatre.org.

PROMISE LAND SOCIETY 9:30 a.m. a second Saturday of a month, First Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, Morehead City.

MOREHEAD CITY LIONS CLUB 6:30 p.m. a initial and third Tuesday of a month during Golden Corral in Morehead City.

BEAUFORT LIONS CLUB meets during noon a second and fourth Tuesday of a month during Ribeye’s on Front Street. New members and guest are welcome.

TOASTMASTERS 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays and 7 a.m. Thursdays in a Bryant Center on a campus of Carteret Community College. Call 725-7377 for details.

SEA SCOUTS SHIP 98 LOOKOUT 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays, N.C. Maritime Museum Gallant’s Channel annex, Beaufort, franchised by Friends of a Maritime Museum. For ages 14-20. Call 728-2762.

DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS CHAPTER 26 7 p.m. a third Wednesday of a month, Havelock Senior Center, Trader Avenue, Havelock. For some-more information, hit Ancil Jones during 622-5245.

EMERALD ISLE STAMP CLUB 7 p.m. a second and fourth Thursdays of a month in a town’s military section on Highway 58 nearby a H2O tower. Call 354-5127.

AMERICAN LEGION MOREHEAD CITY POST 46 6 p.m. a initial Thursday of a month during a steer depot, 1001 Arendell St., Morehead City.

BEAUFORT OLDE TOWNE MONDAY NOON CLUB, Clawson’s 1905 Restaurant, Beaufort.

NEWPORT ROTARY CLUB 6:30 p.m. any Monday, Newport Rotary Building during 145 Howard Blvd. 

MOREHEAD CITY NOON ROTARY CLUB noon any Tuesday, Channel Marker, Atlantic Beach.

MOREHEAD CITY LOOKOUT ROTARY CLUB 7 a.m. any Wednesday, Carteret General Hospital cafeteria, Morehead City.

KNIT-WITS 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. any Wednesday, a Webb Library welcomes knitters to move their projects to accept useful hints from gifted knitters. 

MOREHEAD CITY NAVIGATORS ROTARY CLUB noon, Wednesdays, Floyd’s 1921 Restaurant, 400 Bridges St., Morehead City.

MOREHEAD CITY EVENING CLUB 6:30 p.m. any Thursday, First United Methodist Church, 900 Arendell St., Morehead City. 

MOREHEAD CITY SOUNDVIEW CLUB noon on Thursdays, Golden Corral, Morehead City.

CRYSTAL COAST TEA PARTY PATRIOTS accommodate during 6 p.m. Tuesdays during Golden Corral in Morehead City and during 6:30 p.m. on a initial and third Tuesday of any month during Ribeyes Steakhouse in Cape Carteret. For information, revisit www.cctpp.com.

THE RETIRED ENLISTED ASSOCIATION Cherry Point No. 92 meets 9:30 a.m. a second Saturday of any month during Millers Landing during MCAS Cherry Point. Optional breakfast is during 8:30 a.m. Details during 223-7037.

ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILE CLUB OF AMERICA, MOREHEAD CITY CHAPTER 7 p.m. initial Tuesday of a month, Carteret Community College, Bryant Center. Call 726-6351.

CAPE LOOKOUT FLYFISHERS 6 p.m. a third Friday of any month from Mar to November, Cox’s Restaurant, 4109 Arendell St., Morehead City.

CELEBRATE RECOVERY SUPPORT GROUP meets during 6 p.m. any Monday, South Banks Community Church, West Ridge Center, Morehead City. For some-more information, hit Milton Thompson during 525-3402.

NARCONON reminds families that abuse of addictive curative drugs is on a rise. Learn to commend a signs of drug abuse and get a desired one assistance if they are during risk. Call Narconon for a giveaway leaflet on a signs of obsession for all forms of drugs. Narconon also offers giveaway assessments and referrals. Call 800-431-1754 or revisit DrugAbuseSolution.com for details.

CRYSTAL COAST DECORATIVE PAINTERS 10 a.m.-2 p.m. fourth Saturday of a month, Western Park Community Center, Cedar Point. Painters of all levels welcome. The classification binds classes, seminars and is concerned in village use projects. Call 247-7827 for some-more information.

CRYSTAL COAST QUILTERS’ GUILD meets during 7 p.m. a third Thursday of a month, Shepherd of a Sea Lutheran Church, Atlantic Beach. Members suffer training by workshops and programs and are active in village use projects. Visitors are welcome. Call 808-4060.

MINDFULNESS MEDITATION GROUP 5-6 p.m. Wednesdays, Coastal Unitarian Church, 1300 Evans St., Morehead City. The organisation practices wordless awareness imagining to revoke stress. Free. Call 240-2283.

TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY (TOPS) Newport Chapter 0602 meets Thursdays, Fort Benjamin Park, 100 McQueen Ave., Newport. Weigh-in starts 4:30 p.m.; a assembly follows during 5:30 p.m. Call 223-3045 for details. Morehead City section 543 meets 5 p.m. Tuesdays, Ekklesia Building 2, 405 Barbour Road. Call 240-0899 for details. 

CARTERET CARE PARTNERS 2 p.m. a second Wednesday of a month during Grace Presbyterian Church, Beaufort, and fourth Wednesday of a month during Unitarian Coastal Fellowship, Morehead City. This is a support network for family caregivers of all types, is a protected place to share a joys and struggles of caring giving and to network for resources and information. Caregivers are acquire to move their caring recipients. Recipients accommodate in a apart room with activities geared for them. For some-more information, hit Sally White during 622-1978 or ucfminister@starfishnet.com, or LaVera Parato during 422-6139 or areval@juno.com.

Trips and Tours

MAINE BUS TRIP Sunday, Aug. 16, by Saturday, Aug. 22. Cost is $699 per chairman and $59 for travelers insurance. Deposit and travelers word are due with application. Application costs $134 and is due before Sunday, May 24. Price includes 10 meals, camp and travel. Enjoy a guided debate of a strand city of Portland as good as perspective Longfellow’s boyhood home and sea captains’ houses. Visit Portland Head Lighthouse, and suffer a guided debate of Maine’s coastal villages of Kennebunk and Kennebunkport. Trip will assistance lift supports for advocates of domestic violence. For some-more information, revisit travelingwithrosetta.com or call Great Trains and Grand Canyons during 252-447-7889.

MIAMI SAIL EXCURSION cruise from Miami on MSC Divina on Jan. 30, 2016 for 11 nights from $849 and fees and taxes. Visit Jamaica, Aruba, Panama, Costa Rica and Mexico. Trip to assistance lift supports for Huntington Disease research. For information, hit Mary during Accent Travel and Cruises during 247-6482. 

GREAT TRAINS AND GRAND CANYON TOUR Saturday, Oct. 4, to Thursday, Oct. 9. Cost is $2,299 per chairman for double occupancy ($2,899 for singular occupancy) with a apportionment of deduction going towards a Havelock Senior Center. Cost includes round-trip atmosphere travel from Raleigh to Phoenix, Ariz., accommodations for 5 nights, steer saying in Phoenix, Sedona, a Grand Canyon, Montezuma Castle and Scottsdale, as good as 5 breakfasts, 3 dinners and more. For additional information, revisit www.travelingwithrosetta.com or call Rosetta Ruth during 252-477-7889 or email rruth@ec.rr.com.

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