Monthly Archives: October 2014

Ability New Brunswick raising funds through annual art auction

Ability New Brunswick raising funds through annual art auction

Ability New Brunswick will be hosting its 24th annual fundraising auction on November 22. Presented by Lawton’s Home HealthCare, the Art & Antique Auction is a great chance to support local artists as well as New Brunswickers living with mobility disabilities. Ability New Brunswick promises “a special evening with delicious food and beautiful music, followed… Read more »

Local teen receives national history award

14 year old Dominyka Taylor will receive the Governor General’s History Award in Ottawa on November 3. Taylor earned this award for her submission to History Canada’s Kayak Kids’ Illustrated History Challenge. This challenge was open to submissions of an “original story based on any aspect of Canadian history and heritage,” according to the Canada’s… Read more »

Local woman provides “Hope for the Homeless”

Local woman provides “Hope for the Homeless”

Zealand resident Lois Hanson is once again collecting items she can place in Christmas stockings for those who live on the street in the second annual “Hope for the Homeless” charity. She says her first campaign was a success, and hopes to make the event a yearly occurrence. During the first Hope for the Homeless… Read more »

Trail named after City Councillor David Kelly

Ward 12 Councillor David Kelly has been lobbying for a path connection between the Rainsford Park area and Hanwell Road, and due to new developments his vision has become a reality. The city intends to name the path after the Councillor. City traffic engineer Darren Charters said the city didn’t have the funding to undertake… Read more »

Community gardens celebrate a productive year

Community gardens celebrate a productive year

Participants of all ages gathered at the community garden behind Marysville Place on Saturday, October 18 to celebrate the year’s yield, clean up garden plots for winter, and throw a garlic planting party. The purpose of the event was to motivate people to get their community plots ready to winter and to educate gardeners about… Read more »

4th Annual New Brunswick Musicians Emerge Festival

4th Annual New Brunswick Musicians Emerge Festival

From November 14-16, 2014, the Charlotte Street Arts Centre in Fredericton will host the 4th Annual New Brunswick Musicians Emerge festival (NB-ME). NB-ME is a unique, juried festival that aims to support and showcase the diverse emerging musical talent from across our province. The musicians and bands selected by the jury for the 4th Annual […] Read more »






MNB Awards: Here are the Winners!

Music•Musique NB handed out its 2014 MNB Awards during a Gala luncheon in Fredericton, yesterday (Sunday), hosted by John Leroux, thus concluding four days during which NB musicians and industry professionals gathered to celebrate the best music NB has to offer while also taking in Professional development opportunities. Twenty-four awards were handed out during the weekend. […] Read more »






Frankenstein: The Man Who Became God is coming to The Playhouse October 23-25

Join theatre New Brunswick this Halloween season for their 40th anniversary production of Frankenstein: The Man Who Became God. This critically-acclaimed play by Alden Nowlan and Walter Nowlan is an essential stage adaptation of Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel Frankenstein. The play is directed by Caleb Marshall and stars Ted Atherton and Andrew Jackson. Tickets are… Read more »

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