• What to do in Florenceville-Bristol

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  • Jan 2018 - Forever Young Senior Citizens Club

    Forever Young Senior Citizens Club Activities for January 2018 Tuesday January 9 1:00pm – Annual meeting and election of officers, followed by regular meeting at community “Y” (45’s, Queen’s, scrabble, rook, board games and socializing) Tuesday January 16 10am – Executive meeting 1pm – Regular meeting at community “Y” (45’2, Queens, Scrabble, Rook, Board geams, Dominoes and socializing) Thursday January 18 10am – Senior bowling – Woodstock bowlacade $5 for bowling, shoes rental and refreshments Tuesday January 23 1pm – Regular meeting and afternoon club activities at community “Y”. Tuesday January 30 12 noon – Pot-luck dinner at community “Y” followed by club activities Tuesday February 6 1pm – Regular meeting with usual club activities at community “Y”. Regular Monday morning activties for seniors at the AYR Motor Centre
  • CANADIAN RED CROSS SEEKING MORE DISASTER VOLUNTEERS

    Winter is a busy season for Canadian Red Cross volunteers who help people displaced by residential fires or are impacted by other disruptive events like ice or wind storms, prolonged power outages, storm surges and flash floods, so the organization is hoping to recruit more volunteers in all areas of the four Atlantic provinces. Basic requirements include being at least 19 years old, having a valid driver's licence, a clear criminal reference check, completing first aid and other specialized disaster training that the Red Cross provides at no charge, and agreeing to be available to help 24 hours a day on a rotating schedule. While some Red Cross volunteers opt to respond only to events in or near their home community, many also deploy to larger-scale events elsewhere in their province or across Canada. Recent examples include deployments to support evacuees of this past summer's record forest fires in British Columbia or the 2016 wildfire evacuation of Fort McMurray, Alberta. Additional details and instructions for applying are available online at redcross.ca/volunteer.
  • Hartland Winterfest

    Winterfest February.23rd to March.2nd Thursday- Saturday, February 23-24- Adult Outdoor Curling Bonspiel. We will be accepting the first 16 teams to register. Cost: $100/ team, guaranteed 3 games, Play will be on the Tracy Diamond. (Weather permitting) call the recreation department if you want to register a team. 375-4222. Tanya.hawkes@townofhartland.com -- Sunday, February 25th -1:00pm Sliding Party (Weather Permitting) Bring your sleds to the sliding hill at the Covered Bridge Golf and Country Club. Free hot dogs and hot chocolate will be given out. Sponsored by: Hartland Valufoods. -- Tuesday, February 27th- Sip and Paint. Join us at the Fire and Ice Bistro and paint a wintery scene. Louise Roussel Belisle is the artist leading the event. Only accepting 20. $40.00. Call the recreation Department or email tanya.hawkes@townofhartland.com -- February 28, 29,30- Boot Hockey. If anyone is interested in playing boot hockey at the outdoor Rink, please sign your group of three at the Hartland Arena. Grades K-2, 3-5,6-8. -- Friday, March 2nd – 7:00pm- Adult Cross Country ski and Poker Rally- Enjoy an evening of night skiing/snow shoeing at the Hartland Golf Course. Cost $5.00/person. Meet at the maintenance building and ski son of the most scenic groomed trails in the province. Prizes with be awarded at the warming hut. If you need cross country skis or snow shoes, please let the Recreation Department know by Wednesday, February 28th. (Weather permitting) -- Cancellations and rescheduling will be sent to the CJ104 Radio and on Facebook. Hartland Recreation Department - 375-4222 / 323-1264 Facebook: Hartland Recreation Tanya.hawkes@townofhartland.com
  • Free Income Tax Prepartion

    Volunteers with EAU will once again be providing FREE INCOME TAX PREPARATION through CRA's Community Volunteer Income Tax Preparation Program. They will be starting in Mar and running until the end of tax season (Apr) at the LP Fisher Library this year. They will also be scheduling clinics outside of Woodstock by appointment. Schedule will depend on volunteers so they are asking people to contact them if they are willing to help. They need both people who are "greeters" who simply welcome people as well as people experienced with tax preparation on computers. Taxes can be done at anytime during the year by contacting Terrence Craig @ 328-5162
  • Bowl For Kids Sake

    Big Brothers Big Sisters invites you to have some fun and support a great cause. Put a team together to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters Woodstock, it could win you a two night stay at the Delta in Halifax, or two tickets to see Clay Walker at Casino NB in Moncton, and more!! This years theme is St.Patrick's Day!! Bowl For Kids Sake, Saturday March 17th at the Woodstock Bowlacade!! Call today to register, 328-20-94!! Teams must register by March 9th!! Sponsored by Ayr Motor Express, Brennan Farms/Hartland Agromart Ltd, Greg MacPherson – Manulife Securities and Richwill Truck Centre Ltd
  • Cavendish Beach Music Festival ‘presented by Bell

    Cavendish Beach Music Festival presented by Bell had a blockbuster announcement today including the addition on a 4th day featuring Shawn Mendes!! Tickets on sale now!