• What to do in Florenceville-Bristol

    There is always lots to do. Click on the link for details.
  • Coat Drive

    Now through December 22nd, CJ 104, Valley Food Bank and CYV Chev invite you to take part in the Coat Drive to assist people in need in our area!! Clean out those closets, your unwanted coats could keep local folks warm this winter!! There is a special need for kids coats and snowsuits!! Drop off your unwanted coats at CYV, they’ll take care of the cleaning!! Donations can be made at CYV Chev, Connell Road Woodstock …Brought to you by CYV, Valley Food Bank, and CJ 104!!
  • Andrew & Laura McCain Art Gallery - Small Works

    COmmunity EVent: PLEASE HELP !!! The Andrew & Laura McCain Art Gallery is pleased to present SMALL WORKS . This annual show- where all of the art and craft exhibits are for sale, runs from Saturday November 24 to Saturday December 22, 2018. Our doors open at 10:30 on the 24th but we will have an official launch from 2-4 that day. Join us for light refreshments and a chance to meet some of the artists and artisans. See the gallery on Facebook, Instagram, or at www.mccainartgallery.com Jennifer Stead, Curator and Executive Director The Andrew & Laura McCain Art Gallery 8 McCain Street, Unit 1 Florenceville-BRistol, NB E7L 3H6 1-506-392-6769 info@mccainartgallery.com www.mccainartgallery.com
  • Christmas Dessert Theatre

    River Valley Christian Academy is hosting a Christmas Dessert Theatre, Monday, December 17 @ 6:00 at Nackawic Baptist Church. Our students will be performing their Christmas production "Away From The Manger" as well as other local talent will be participating. Yummy desserts and a silent auction. For tickets or more info Call 575-1010.
  • Christmas concert

    Wednesday Dec 19th, the WHS music program are having their annual Christmas concert and Silent dessert auction. Doors open at 6, concert starts at 630. The poster is attached.
  • MCS Movie night

    Thursday Dec 20th at 6pm, MCS are hosting a movie night, The Grinch with Jim Carey, at the school. Admission is by donation. There will be popcorn, hotdogs and water for sale and all proceeds go to the Grade 8 Culture Trip.
  • MACC Holiday Host Program

    The Multicultural Association of Carleton County invites both newcomers and community members to participate in our new Holiday Host Program! This program will connect newcomers to Canada with well-settled Canadians to share some aspect of the holiday season with each other! Community members who would like to volunteer as Holiday Hosts will invite newcomers to participate in a Christmas season tradition between Friday, December 21st, 2018 and Tuesday, January 1st, 2019. Holiday Host Volunteers will be matched with individuals or families who want to experience Canadian seasonal traditions over the holidays! Please see the flyer below for activity ideas! If you are a community member interested in volunteering with MACC as a Holiday Host, please contact Melissa Fitzherbert by email melissa@maccnb.ca or by phone 328-4690. If you are a newcomer (must be registered with MACC as clients) who would like to meet new people and experience local holiday traditions, please contact Melissa Fitzherbert by email melissa@maccnb.ca or by phone 328-4690.

    The following is a notice to residents, whose recycling and garbage collection dates fall on Holidays…December 25 collection date for the recycling will be Saturday, December 22… January 1 garbage collection will be on Saturday, December 29. …Kearney’s Hygenic Service apologizes for any inconvenience, and thanks you for your understanding…happy holidays and a happy new year from your friends at Kearney’s Hygenic Services.
  • CJ104 Gift of Christmas

    We’ll be broadcasting Christmas music from 2pm on Christmas Eve until midnight on Boxing Day!
  • Christmas Tree Disposal

    Christmas tree disposal…trees must be dropped off at all locations by noon on January 5th….in Woodstock, drop off trees behind N-B-C-C …in Plaster Rock, behind the Municipal Garage …in Hartland, at the arena…in Florenceville-Bristol, Bath and Centreville areas, behind the Northern Carleton Civic Centre …in Canterbury, behind the rink…in Meductic, at Bicentennial Hall….in Perth-Andover, at the former municipal warehouse…. Trees must be dropped off at all locations by noon on January 5th.Please remove any wires or nails. For additional information, please phone the Department of Environment & Local Government at: 325-4847
  • Dec 29 - Nackawic Arena Capital Campaign Fundraiser

    ANNOUNCEMENT FROM TOWN OF NACKAWIC below: Nackawic Arena Capital Campaign Fundraiser On Saturday night, December 29th; we are hosting our first annual ARENA CAPITAL CAMPAIGN FUNDRAISER. This regional event will see the proceeds used to help offset capital cost for future arena maintenance and machinery upgrades. Let’s all plan to get together for a great night of fundraising, hockey, socializing and entertainment. 100% of proceeds from this fundraiser will go to into trust and used for arena capital items. Items of urgency are we are looking to fund are; • Rebuilding our compressors – 2019 - $22000 • Glycol Loop Chiller System – 2020 - $65,000 • Zamboni - $110,000 We are asking that all residents from our region who enjoy this wonderful facility will mark this date on their social calendars and join us to support this cause. Admission to the hockey game will be by donation. There will be a 50/50 draw, a figure skating demonstration and a minor hockey IP game. The game starts at 6:30pm. After the game, the night moves to the WATERFRONT PUB in the Nackawic mall for an evening of more socializing, music and an auction. For those of you looking to support our event, financial contributions and certainly auction items are welcome.
  • Senior supper & music night

    The Hartland Wesleyan church is having a senior supper & music night on Jan 19 at 3pm (storm date will be Jan 26 at 3pm). Come out for a roast beef supper and enjoy some old time gospel music. All seniors welcome.
  • Christmas Kettles

    If you are interested in sitting at one of our Christmas Kettles for your community for two hours Monday to Saturday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. We have five locations in Woodstock. Please call the office at 328-8276 to arrange a shift.
  • Dec 19 - WHS Fall and Christmas Concert

    The Woodstock High School Music department is presenting its annual Fall and Christmas concert on Wednesday, December 19 at 7pm at the McCain Community Theatre at Woodstock High School. The evening will feature performances by the WHS Music classes, junior and senior jazz combos, and the WHS Choir. As well, art work by art classes will be on display throughout the evening, and there will be a silent dessert auction featuring a wide variety of desserts. All proceeds go to the WHS Music program. Admission is by donation at the door. Kick off the holiday season with an evening of great music! The weather date is Thursday, December 20 at 7pm.
  • Woodstock area Cancellations

    To Submit your cancellation please email cj104@bellmedia.ca ---------------------------- Dec. 12 Woodstock skating club - NO skating today or CanSkate this evening