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Upcoming Events in Beaufort North Carolina


February

5 Collectors' Day - Collections of all kinds on display at the NC Maritime Museum. For more information phone 252-728-7372

Address:
315 Front St.
Beaufort, NC 28516 , Beaufort, North Carolina
Ph: (252)728-7317 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: jane.wolff@ncmail.net
Fee: Fee

April

7 - 10 Beaufort Wine and Food Weekend - Seminars, Wine Tastings, Dinners and more over a 4-day period. A not to be missed culinary experience. Call 252-646-5230 for more information. Visit website at www.beaufortwineandfood.com

Address: Beaufort Historic Site and Old Beaufort Seaport, Gallants Channel
Turner St.
Beaufort, NC 28516 , Beaufort, North Carolina
Ph: (252)728-5225 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: beauforthistoricsite@earthlink.net
Fee: Fee

May

16 Wooden Boat Show - The first weekend of May brings classic wooden boats to the Beaufort waterfront to show off and to race. Events are scheduled at the NC Maritime Museum, the Museum Watercraft Center and on the downtown waterfront in Beaufort. Exhibits are in place 9 am-4 pm. Sail and rowing races are scheduled.

Address:
315 Front St.
, Beaufort, North Carolina
Ph: (252)728-7317 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: jane.wolff@ncmail.net

5 - 6 Spring Show, Carteret Co. Arts & Crafts Coalition - Juried show and sale of arts and crafts of coastal artisans. Four shows occur throughout the year during holidays: Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day and Thanksgiving which is a Christmas exhibition that shows for three weeks. All but the Christmas show occur at the Beaufort Historic Site.

Address:
Turner St.
, Beaufort, North Carolina
Ph: (252)729-9311 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: studio37@starfishnet.com
Fee: Fee

June

10 - 11 Beaufort Old Homes and Gardens Tour - The 48th annual walking tour of private historic homes, gardens, churches and meeting halls is the 4th weekend of June, 2008. Private homes, Beaufort Historic Site buildings Beaufort Fisheries, Old Burying Ground, narrated bus tour through the historic district are highlights.

Address:
Turner St.
Beaufort, NC 28516 , Beaufort, North Carolina
Ph: (252)728-5225 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: beauforthistoricsite@earthlink.net
Fee: Fee

July

3 Historic Beaufort Road Race - More than 700 runners compete annually in numerous categories during this road race by the sea. Early morning starts on downtown Front Street. Race is always the 3rd Saturday of July and is organized by the Beaufort Ole Towne Rotary.

Address:
215 Pollock Street
Beaufort, NC 28516 , Beaufort, North Carolina
Ph: (252)222-6352 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Fee

4 4th of July Parade & Community Picnic - An old-fashioned tradition continues in historic Beaufort on July 4 with a parade on the downtown waterfront that includes kids, pets, wagons, & red hats. Parade begins at 11AM at the fire department, proceeds through downtown along the waterfront.

Address: 215 Pollock Street , Beaufort, North Carolina
Ph: (252)728-3917 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: martha@cousinsbedandbreakfast.com

16 - 17 Summer Show: Carteret County Arts & Crafts Coalition - Juried show and sale of arts and crafts of coastal artisans. Four shows occur throughout the year during holidays: Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day and Thanksgiving which is a Christmas exhibition that shows for three weeks. All but the Christmas show occur at the Beaufort Historic Site.

Address:
Turner St.
, Beaufort, North Carolina
Ph: (252)729-9311 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: studio37@starfishnet.com
Fee: Fee

August

11 - 12 Fall Show, Carteret Co. Arts & Crafts Coalition - Juried show and sale of arts and crafts of coastal artisans. Four shows occur throughout the year during holidays: Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day and Thanksgiving which is a Christmas exhibition that shows for three weeks. All but the Christmas show occur at the Beaufort Historic Site.

Address:
Turner St.
, Beaufort, North Carolina
Ph: (252)729-9311 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: studio37@starfishnet.com
Fee: Fee

September

7 - 18 Harvest Time at the Beaufort Historic Site - Harvest Time in October is busy with living history at the Beaufort Historic Site where Colonial re-enactors demonstrate household chores typical at this time of year in coastal Colonial times. Food storage, weaving, candlemaking and much more are demonstrated.

Address:
Turner St.
, Beaufort, North Carolina
Ph: (252)728-5225 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: beauforthistoricsite@earthlink.net

November

29 Jumble Sale at the Beaufort Historic Site - Arts & crafts, food, antiques, holiday gifts and more are offered community market-style, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM, on the Beaufort Historic Site. Admission is free.

Address:
Turner St.
Beaufort, NC 28516 , Beaufort, North Carolina
Ph: (252)728-5225 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: beauforthistoricsite@earthlink.net
Fee: Fee

December

6 Beaufort Christmas Parade - The Beaufort Christmas Parade begins at 4:00 PM at the Beaufort Fire Station, proceeds along Live Oak Street to Front Street and west through downtown Beaufort. Information and entry: Eric Gregson, 252-808-4023.

Address:
215 Pollock Street
Beaufort, NC 28516 , Beaufort, North Carolina
Ph: (252)728-2141 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Fee

19 Coastal Carolina Christmas Walk - The Christmas Walk features historic Beaufort Bed and Breakfast Inns and the Beaufort Historic Site buildings decorated in period fashion for Christmas. Add a holiday double-decker bus tour through the Historic Distric and Colonial seasonal music. Walk is free. Fee for bus tour.

Address:
Turner St.
Beaufort, NC 28516 , Beaufort, North Carolina
Ph: (252)728-5225 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: beauforthistoricsite@earthlink.net
Fee: Fee

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Outer Island Kayak Adventures

Guided sea kayak tours and professional instruction is offered on the southern Outer Banks in the Cape Lookout National Seashore. These undeveloped islands are the perfect place for exploring by kayak. Day trips, camping overnights and bed & breakfast inn trips are offered. Call 252-222-3420

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Langdon House

Four guest rooms, each with private bath, are offered with the personalized attention of host Jimm Prest in this Colonial/Federal home in Beaufort'

Beaufort, NC Businesses

Pecan Tree Inn

A magnificent Victorian Bed & Breakfast Inn in the heart of the Beaufort Historic District and only a half block from the waterfront, the Pecan Tree Inn has been a part of Beaufort's history since 1866. Seven guest rooms overlook English flower and herb gardens. Two rooms have jacuzzis.

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Coastal Ecology Sails/Tours

Guided by marine biologist, Capt. Ron White, tours are conducted aboard a 42' sailboat to nearby islands, dolphin nurseries and playgrounds. Shelling, bird watching, snorkling.

Beaufort, NC Tours

Things to do near Beaufort, NC

Petals Flower & Gift Shop

Fresh cut flowers, plants, silk arrangements and gourmet baskets. Arrangements for weddings, parties and funerals. Gift items...

Finelli's

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