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Mumfest described as a grand-reopening for New Bern following Florence


Dan and Shay concert kicks off MumFest, raises money for hurricane relief


Mumfest activities still planned for this weekend


MumFest kicks off this weekend


Mumfest to benefit hurricane recovery efforts


Mumfest will go on as scheduled


Award Winning Mumfest in New Bern just a few months away


New Bern prepares to celebrate Mumfest


Concert kicks off Mumfest 2017


New Bern businesses looking forward to boost from MumFest


Family of sick child encouraging bone marrow donations at Mumfest


MumFest 2017 kicks off in New Bern Friday


New attractions announced for 37th annual MumFest


MumFest organizers reveal new additions to this year's festival


Mark your calendars! MumFest is coming in October


New Bern's MumFest rescheduled for November 12 & 13


MumFest just three weeks away


2016 MumFest announces kickoff concert acts


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