Carteret County

Lunch with a Dash of History - More Notable Characters of Carteret County

03/13/2009 - 12:00
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The Lunch with a Dash of History Series with Rodney Kemp will take place at noon on Friday, March 13 at The History Place in Morehead City, 1008 Arendell Street. The topic will be "More Notable Characters of Carteret County." Must have reservations and tickets paid for by the Wednesday prior to the lecture. Cost is $10 with lunch and $4 without lunch. Call 252-247-7533 or email historyplace@starfishnet.com


Ten Reasons to Live on the Crystal Coast

The Crystal Coast of North Carolina is one of the top diving destinations in North America. With beautiful clear water, an assortment of  colorful marine life, hundreds of shipwrecks, diving the Crystal Coast is an awesome experience.
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Boys and Girls Club Snack Drive


I spent yesterday afternoon scrubbing the kitchen at the Boys &
Girls Club of Coastal Carolina.  The Salvation Army is going to provide food 3 nights a
week to serve members and local residents with a hot meal, and the
kitchen was in need of some organizing and major cleaning to prepare
for this wonderful gift.   read more »


Carteret County Arts and Crafts Coalition Holiday Show and Sale

12/01/2008 - 10:00
12/14/2008 - 06:00
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Carteret County Arts and Crafts Coalition Holiday Show and Sale will be Dec. 1-14 at the old News-Times building, 4034 Arendell Street, Morehead City, 10am-6pm daily, closed Thanksgiving. Paintings, pottery, photography, textiles and more.
Call 919-495-3233, 252-764-3089 or visit alex@gilaproductions.com.


Carteret County Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Training Class

01/13/2009 - 00:00
02/26/2009 - 12:00
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Carteret County Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Volunteer training class will be held from 9 am to Noon Jan 13- Feb. 26, 2009. Cost is $80.

Web site: http://carteret.ces.ncsu.edu/


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Why we picked Carteret County-ten reasons

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Figuring out a place to live is perhaps one of the most complex things we do with the exception of finding a partner for our lives.


There are actually some remarkable similarities. While you can visit a place many times or go out on numerous dates with your mate-to-be, you likely will never really know them until you get married.

At a certain point, a leap of faith is involved in choosing a mate or a place to live. You have to gamble that both the facts and your intuition are right. Even after years, you might not know if you have made the right decisions.

Eventually you come to the point of choosing to make lemonade out of any of the lemons you have found in your life or making radical changes.

I am happy to report that I haven't had to make much lemonade either with living in Carteret County or with my soul mate.

When we started looking for a place, we did it together with the knowledge that no place is perfect.

We also began our search with the thought that time is of the essence which means that if we were going to try something new, now was the time.  read more »


Why I love living in Carteret County

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It is really hard to narrow down what got my wife and I to plant some roots in Carteret County.

It turned out that water views and access to water were key to our decisions.

Examining what we went through is a good way to see how we decided what we wanted.

First I have a long history with the area. I have a picture of me fishing on the point at Emerald Isle in 1969 so I guess the seeds were planted early.  read more »