CARTERET COUNTY — Delta Kappa Gamma, the international key women educators’ society, honored the work of Carteret County’s Gamma Zeta chapter at the North Carolina DKG virtual statewide convention held online live from Asheville on April 23-25.
BEAUFORT — For those wanting to jumpstart their summer can do so when Carolina beach music comes to the Beaufort Hotel on Friday, Mary 14 from 7 to 10 p.m.
MOREHEAD CITY — The North Carolina Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics will kick off one of the five relay legs for the 2021 Carry the Flame Torch Run on Monday, May 10.
EMERALD ISLE — After several months of being dormant due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Emerald Isle Garden Club has sprung into action with a number of recent activities.
Five Carteret County business leaders were selected in 1822 by the North Carolina General Assembly to raise private funds, in order to finance completion of the Clubfoot and Harlow’s Creek Canal Company.
NORTH CAROLINA — “Restart the Arts” Bill H562l would allocate $8 million for the Restart the Arts Grants to nonprofit arts organizations, which Arts North Carolina has requested of the N.C. General Assembly.
CARTERET COUNTY — The Arts Council of Carteret County is looking for galleries, artists and others who are planning afterschool or summer camp programs.
MOREHEAD CITY — Art from the Heart, a yearly exhibit and sale of original artworks hosted by the Arts Council of Carteret County, is returning to the Crystal Coast this month with artist registration opening up Friday.
Historians tend to agree with an assessment from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that Daniel Boone “was one of the great characters of frontier America; his story a mix of folklore and robust deeds.”
MOREHEAD CITY — The Carolina Artist Gallery, located at 814 Arendell St. in Morehead City is seeking artists for a show entitled “Horses” which will run from Saturday, May 15 through Saturday, July 3.
CAPE CARTERET — Get ready for the beach with great beach reads. Bring your own beach bag to the Second Chances used bookstore, sponsored by the Friends of Western Carteret Public Library, on Saturday, May 15 from 9 a.m. to noon.
CARTERET COUNTY — Gene Huntsman, president of the Carteret County Wildlife Club, was honored April 15 by the Richard Dobbs Spaight Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
MOREHEAD CITY — The Carteret County Gamma Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International met April 8 at The History Museum of Carteret County.
CARTERET COUNTY — The American Red Cross will host the 30th annual Red Cross Ball online from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Community members may join the event at no cost.
You can learn a lot about North Carolina pioneers, trailblazers and its “heroes and sheroes” by following the clues left by the state’s highway historical markers.
BEAUFORT — The Beaufort Woman’s Club held its sixth annual High School Art Competition at Purvis Chapel Fellowship Hall on April 13, awarding ribbons and cash prizes to talented students from East Carteret, West Carteret and Croatan High Schools.
BEAUFORT — On Saturdays from April through October, the Friends of the Library will open their “Little Red Book Wagon” in front of the County Courthouse at the Olde Beaufort Farmers' Market.
Our State magazine’s April issue features a “way-off-the-beaten-path” watercraft destination within Carteret County – familiarly known as the Harlowe Creek Canal. It’s straight as an arrow but skinny and shallow...rustic and historic.
BEAUFORT — Join international best-selling author Kristy Woodson Harvey on Saturday, May 1 at 4:30 p.m. underneath the southern sky and on the grounds of the Beaufort Historic Site for a “Seriously Southern Cocktail Party.”
MOREHEAD CITY — The Rotary Club of Morehead City sponsored Balsam Range in a concert April 9 at Glad Tidings Church as a fundraiser for cutting edge Alzheimer’s research.
CARTERET COUNTY — The Arts & Humanities Jury of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International is pleased to announce the publication of artworks “Water Lilies” and “Red Petal” by Debra Stinson and “Won’t You DKG with Me?” by Julia Thorn.