• What to do in Florenceville-Bristol

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  • Woodstock Saturday Outdoor Farmers Market

    Woodstock Saturday Outdoor Farmers Market June.2 to September 29. 9am to 1pm every Saturday where the rivers meet 220 king street!!! Weekly live music, library staff will be reading to children by the waterfront. Enjoy local fresh flavours!
  • LP Fisher Library - Summer Reading Program

    I Will Be What I Read 2018 Summer Reading Club Come join us at the L.P. Fisher Public Library for our Summer Reading Club! This summer, our theme is “I Will Be What I Read”, and we will embark on a new adventure each week, exploring all the different careers and jobs that exist. Get ready to have fun as we participate in games, crafts, science experiments, trivia, and listen to some great stories. Starting July 4th, children are invited to come to the library from 10:30am-11:30am (Age 3yrs-Grade 2) or from 2:30pm-3:30pm (Grade 3 & up) to participate in a variety of activities on Wednesdays or Fridays. You get to choose whichever day is most convenient for you. Upon registering, each child will receive a reading logbook in which they keep track of each time they read for 15 minutes, throughout the summer. If children are not able to read themselves, they can still participate in the club by having a parent/caregiver read to them. Each child will receive a certificate of achievement at the end of the summer. To register, feel free to come to the library, call us at 325-4777, or visit http://www.gnb.ca/publiclibraries. All programs are FREE!!

    Attention residents of the local service districts of Woodstock, excluding the Town of Woodstock…Important notice from Kearney’s Hygenic Service…Summer Clean Up will be Aug 13-17, on your regularly scheduled collection day…Kearney’s will be conducting a special collection for Lwr Woodstock, Benton, Debec, Richmond, Upper Woodstock, Summerville, Wakefield, Wilmot, Lakeville, Simonds, and Wicklow… Please follow these guidelines - all loose refuse (including garden waste) must be in containers, boxes or bags not exceeding 50 pounds - construction waste and tree cuttings must not exceed 4 feet in length, must not weight more than 50 pounds and must be securely tied in bundles. branches should not exceed two inches - The following items will not be picked up; liquid waste of any kind (paint,solvents,oil,etc.) motor vehicle parts, batteries,propane tanks, dangerous or toxic waste. - No items containing Freon, ex: fridge, freezer, air conditioners, water coolers. - tires cannot be picked up but can be dropped off at any retail outlet where they will be recycled. - Maximum of 3 items per household.
  • Rob & Becky English, missionaries to the Philippines

    Come, See , Hear: Rob & Becky English, missionaries to the Philippines tell of their experiences. At St. John's Anglican church, 3671 Richmond Corner on August 18, beginning at 7:00p.m. Also featuring Worship Bands: Members of PVCC Youth and Friends of Northampton. Free will offering to support Rob & Becky's ministries in the Philippines. Light Lunch to follow. Everyone Welcome.
  • Family Worship Centre events

    Family Camp meeting 2018 & Kings Kids VBS is Wednesday, Aug 22 - Sunday, Aug 26 at Family Worship Centre in Florenceville, NB with special guest speakers Rev. Bill and Duska Annis and worship led by Stephanie Israelson and the FWC Worship Team. Camp meetings kick off on Wed night with Evening Services at 6:30pm, VBS will run Thurs - Sun at 9:30-11:30am. Daily 10am Worship and Prayer will also begin Thursday morning. Come for a weekend of Spiritual Renewal and Fun for the whole family! Wrapping up Sunday with a Barbecue at 5:30pm and a Gospel Worship Concert at 6:30pm. For more information: VBS 506-425-2304, Event Coordinator 506-425-0509.
  • Aug 25 - Soccer Fundraiser

  • Aug 25 - British Home Children Descendants Reunion

    The 38th annual reunion of British Home Children Descendants will be held on Saturday, August 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at St. John’s Anglican Church Hall at 75 Main Street in Fredericton North. This year’s event will feature the documentary “Forgotten” by Eleanor McGrath (pronounced “McGraw”). Other highlights will be a silent auction, an educational slideshow, information on sending agencies and research assistance. As always, there will be an opportunity to share the stories of our British Home Child ancestors and have a group photo taken. Registration fee is $10, payable at the door. Please bring an item for the silent auction, as well as a bag lunch. Drinks and dessert will be provided. The reunion is sponsored by Middlemore Atlantic Society and everyone is welcome. For more details, please contact Norma Cook at (506) 328-8006
  • Aug 25-26 - Flyball Tournament

    The Carleton County Flyball Club 3rd Annual Carleton County Pawtatoes 2018 Flyball Tournament Aug 25-26 8am-5pm Northern Carleton Civic Centre Florenceville-Bristol Some of the fastest dogs in the Maritimes will be here playing, fun for all ages! Raffles: Dunroamin' will be there plus other pet-related vendors FREE to the public For information, contact Carol Anne's Licensed Dog Grooming and Professional Dog Training (506) 392-8227
  • Metalfab Fundraiser

    On Saturday August 25th Metalfab will be holding an open house, a silent auction, a motorcycle poker run, and a fire truck pull. The events will be held at our facility in Centreville, NB with all money raised going to the burn camp. The fire truck pull will be teams of 10 pulling a fire truck 15’-00” with the fastest team and the best fundraiser winning. Teams can be fire departments, friends, businesses, or any other types of groups. Please feel free to register your team at http://www.raiseathon.ca/abcfiretruckpull . There will also be free activities for the children. Each year the Atlantic Burn Camp accepts burn injured children ages 6 to 17 from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland & Labrador for this annual weeklong event held on beautiful Cape Breton Island. Camp is staffed by firefighters, law enforcement, medical personnel, teacher and community volunteers. There are no costs to the families at all. Even transportation to and from the event is covered. For more information on any of the events please contact us at info@metalfabfiretrucks.com.
  • Metalfab Fire Truck Pull

    Metalfab will be hosting their first annual fire truck pull in support of The Atlantic Burn Camp in conjunction with their open house. Saturday August 25 10am to 3pm. Teams of 10 will pull a fire truck 15'-00". Trophies for the quickest team and largest fundraiser. Fundraising will be done through an online system. Teams ca be fire departments, businesses, friends,etc. Register your team online. ALL PROCEEDS TO THE ATLANTIC BURN CAMP.
  • Metalfab Open House

    August 25 10am to 3pm Metalfab is hosting their second annual open house in support of The Atlantic Burn Camp. Mark your calendars for a fun filled day fundraising for a great cause. There will be a fire truck pull, Motorcycle poker run, FREE BBQ, children's activities and factory tours! Bring the whole family!! ALL PROCEEDS IN SUPPORT OF THE ATLANTIC BURN CAMP.
  • Metalfab Poker Run

    Metalfab is hosting a poker run on Saturday August 25th from 10:00AM to 3:00 PM in conjunction with our open house. All proceeds to be given to the Atlantic Burn Camp. The ride will take you to 7 different fire halls as pit stops. Picturesque drive through Carleton,Victoria, and Madawasha countries. All are welcome!Prizes for best hand. $20 per bike.
  • Forever Young Senior Citizens Club September Activities

    Regular Meetings each Tuesday at the Community Y at 1pm (45s, Queens, Scrabble, Rook, board games, Socializing) Tuesday Sept 18 10am - Executive meeting at the Y Tuesday Sept 25 12 Noon - Potluck Dinner for Club Members Members are reminded of the Adult activities at the AYR Motor Centre every Monday morning, and special adult bowling at the Bowlacade on Friday afternoons. Lots of opportunities to keep active.
  • Oct 6 - Hike To Freedom

    TOMLINSON LAKE HIKE TO FREEDOM EXPERIENCE THE FINAL FEW MILES OF NORTH AMERICA’S NORTHERNMOST ROUTE OF THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD. SATURDAY OCTOBER 6TH 12-6PM, CARLINGFORD, NB MORE INFO: tomlinsonlakehiketofreedom.ca Facebook.com/tomlinsonlakehiketofreedom Come dressed in period clothing-awards for the folloing; 1st place for child and adult 2nd place for child and adult 3rd place for child and adult Completely free to the public-including a healthy meal, guided hike. Popup museum for the underground railroad and fun nature exhibits.