• What to do in Florenceville-Bristol

    There is always lots to do. Click on the link for details.
  • Oct - Forever Young Senior Citizens Club Tuesday Activities

    Oct 2 - regular meeting at the community Y, silent auction 1pm Oct 9 - regular meeting, club activities 1pm Oct 16 - regular meeting, club activities 1pm Thursday Oct 18 - Bowling at Woodstock Bowlacade 10am, cost $5 Oct 23 - regular meeting, club activities 1pm oct 30 - 12 Noon, potluck dinner for club members, 1pm regular meeting Nov 6 - regular meeting with usual club activities
  • Oct 15-16 - Special Services at Family Worship Centre

    Family Worship Centre in Florenceville is hosting Evangelist Tom Scarrella of St. Paul Minnesota on Tues, Oct 15th & Weds, Oct 16th.
  • Tops 5233 Open House

    Tops 5233 Canterbury is hosting an open house and we would like for ya'll to join us at the community hall 119 main st. Canterbury at 7pm Oct.16th. There will be refreshments, silent auction, door prizes and 50/50 squares. See you there!
  • Coffee House

    Hartland Community school holding a coffee house at the Hartland community school oct 18 2018 7-8:30 pm students will be performing and there will be a 50/50 draw.
  • 4th Annual Mental Health Gala

    Mental health affects 1 in 3 Canadians during their lifetime. Help end the stigma at Hayward House’s Mental Health Topics’ 4th Annual Mental Health Gala, October 18th in the McCain Theatre at Woodstock High School. Guest speaker Sean McCann from Great Big Sea will share his story and perform! Tickets are 45 dollars - on sale now at Hairraiser. All proceeds stay in our community. Thank you to major event sponsor McConnell Transport for lending their support in years past, and again this year!
  • Ham and potato scallop supper

    The Knowlesville W.I ladies will be hosting a ham and potato scallop supper on Friday October 19th from 4-6pm at the W.I. Hall at 467 Knowlesville rd in Knowlesville. Supper will include baked ham, potato scallop, carrots, cornbread, apple desserts and tea or coffee. Cost is $15.00 per person and kids under 10 eat for FREE! For further info contact Nancy Hemphill @506-392-7515 or Bobbi Gascoigne @506-246-5593
  • Gospel Concert Fundraiser

    Gospel Concert Fundraiser Friday Oct. 19 at 7pm Bath United Pentecostal Church 278 Main Street, Bath, NB Featuring music by Rev. Everett Munn and Dirt Road Revival Band. Freewill offering will be received, with all proceeds to Bannon Bible Camp. Everyone welcome.
  • Friends of John Gyles Benefit Concert

    “Friends of John Gyles benefit concert. Taking place at the Meductic Community Centre on October 20th from 5 PM to midnight. By donation only, with all proceeds going directly to the owners of John Gyles motel and music room. Barbeque on site, 50-50 draw, and for auction Heino’s famous cakes! Performers set to perform are: Midlife crisis, Guilt trip, Oland Monteith, Terry Fredericks, Jean and John Maunder, Don Rogers and Colin Brewer. Everyone welcome!”
  • Oct 21 - McAloon Sisters

    The McAloon Sisters will perform in concert at the Pembroke Baptist Church on Sunday, October 21, 10 to 11 am. You won't want to miss their precise harmony. Come join us! Cross the Grafton bridge, turn left and travel about 5 km.
  • Gospel Concert

    A Gospel Concert will be held on Sunday, October 28, 2018 beginning at 6:00 p.m. at St. John's Anglican Church 3671 Route 540, Richmond Corner featuring: Randy Griffiths Sue Ellen Derrah and Nila Carmichael Mark Munn The Martin Boys Also a live band. A Love offering will be received to support The McGuire's Light lunch to follow. Everyone Welcome.
  • Nov 17 - 10th Annual Snowflake Craft Bazaar

    Debec Tuesday Quilters present our 10th Annual Snowflake Craft Bazaar on Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 9 am until noon. Debec United Church Hall (attached to the church). A large variety of quilted items for sale as well as wreaths, seasonal flower arrangements, knitted items, candy and a huge selection of homemade jams, pickles, cookies, fruit cake, breads, donuts and many, many more items. Please come out, bring a friend, and sit for coffee/tea and homemade muffins and biscuits. Proceeds help support ongoing Comfort Quilt ministry and Trinity United Church in Debec. FREE ADMISSION
  • Christmas Daddies

    Christmas Daddies is a not-for-profit organization whose mandate is to help less fortunate children in the Maritime provinces have a better Christmas. A Maritime tradition since 1964, the telethon is a pledge-based variety show broadcast live. Hope you can tune in and donate on December 1!