• What to do in Florenceville-Bristol

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

    Tues May 7 - 1pm program celebrating Mothers Day at the Community Y followed by regular activities Tues May 14 - 1pm regular meeting at Y with club activities Thurs May 16 - 10am senior bowling at Woodstock Bowlacade, $5 for bowling, shoe rental and refreshments Tues May 21 - 10am club executive meeting 1pm regular meeting at Y Tues May 28 - 12noon pot luck dinner at Y followed by regular club activities Tues June 4 - 1pm regular meeting with social activities
  • WHS Spring Concert Series

    The Woodstock High School Music Program announces the WHS Spring Concert series. This year the program is giving three concerts to display the diversity of musical opportunities at the high school. The “Spring Fine Arts Night” will take place on Thursday, May 23 at 7pm in the McCain Community Theater at WHS. Featured performers at this concert include the WHS Jazz Combos, WHS Choir, with an emphasis on music classes and senior student performances. There will be a wide variety of musical offerings! Doors open at 6:30pm. Admission is by donation with all proceeds going toward Fine Arts programming at WHS. On Saturday, May 25 at 3pm, the WHS Jazz Combos will be presenting “An Afternoon of Jazz” at the LP Fisher Library in the Thompson Center. Both the junior and senior combos will be performing pieces by such greats as Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, and Herbie Hancock. Doors open at 2:30pm. Admission is by donation will all proceeds going to support instrumental music at WHS. On Sunday, May 26 at 7pm, the WHS music program presents “An Evening with the Woodstock High School Choir” at St. Gertrude’s Roman Catholic Church. The choir will be performing a mix of sacred, secular and musical theatre works by such composers and arrangers as Roger Emerson, Jay Althouse, Jonathan Larson, and Earth, Wind and Fire. Doors open at 6:30pm. Admission is by donation will proceeds in support of choral music at WHS.
  • May 26 - Connecting For Life

    Mental Health Awareness Video May 26th - 1:30 pm McCain Community Theatre
  • May 26 - Walk to Make Cystic Fibrosis History

    "Walk to make Cystic Fibrosis History" this Sunday, May 26, 2019 at the Bath Lion's Den (church street in Bath, NB) Registration begins at 2 pm. Walk will start at 3pm. With BBQ to follow. There will be a "selfie station" and "Mr Balloon" will be on site from 2pm to 4pm. So bring your family and friends and come walk with us!!!!
  • Walk for Alzheimer's

    Sunday, May 26, 2019 IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer's. The Walk is a fun, family-friendly event open to anyone who wants to make life better for those living with dementia. Join them at the NBCC Woodstock Campus at noon to register yourself or a team. The walk commences at 1pm. Free BBQ and draw for door prizes, as well as hand out prizes to our top fundraisers. You can also register online at walkforalzheimers.ca
  • Jolly Farmer Open House

    Jolly Farmer is hosting an open house!! May.26th, from 10 to 4, shop the huge plant sale, with annuals, specialties, potted plants and hanging baskets! Jolly Farmer is offering the popular Sweet Valley herb and vegetable plants. There’s an outside homestyle barbecue with snacks, drinks and refreshments…horse-drawn wagon rides are just 5 dollars!! Don’t miss the Jolly Farmer open house, May.26th, 10 to 4, Crabbe Road on route 105 in Northampton!! Admission is free!!
  • May 30 - Disability Savings

    Disability Savings - Information Session The government of Canada may provide free money for low-income families or match up to 300% of contributions for other families based on income. To find our more contact Terrence Craig 328-5162 or attend the information session Thursday May 30 7pm at the Y's Mens Club in Woodstock
  • June 7 - Gospel Concert

    Gospel Concert Friday June 7 at 7pm United Pentecostal Church 37 Juniper Road, Juniper NB Host Pastor: Rev. Everett Munn Freewill offering will be received. All proceeds for Bannon Bible Camp. Everyone welcome.
  • Jeff Kelly's Ride to Conquer Cancer

    A message from Florenceville resident Jeff Kelly... "Good Day I'm a Florenceville resident who will be participating in a "Ride to Conquer Cancer" in Toronto on June 8-9. I joined the "Ride to Conquer Cancer" because I want to raise money for cancer research, cancer cures, and help cancer patients in Toronto at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, and around the world. By going the distance of 200km over June 8-9, I want to provide real hope and encouragement to cancer patients. Can you help support my fundraising drive, by making a contribution on my page and/or distributing my page link to people in the community? Whatever you're able to give or do to help, THANK YOU! Every dollar donated means a dollar more toward conquering cancer in OUR lifetimes! My Ride to Conquer Cancer is also in memory of my wonderful mother, Judy. 1948-2016." For more information click here https://secure.conquercancer.ca/site/TR/Ride/Toronto2019?px=4488016&pg=personal&fr_id=1692#.XHDATVvtcSV.twitter
  • June 22 - Dog Party!

    Dog Party day at Feeds and Needs from 11 to 3. Charity BBQ for Carleton County Animal Shelter. Nail trimming. Dog wash.