• Family & Teen Nights

    Family & Teen Nights At the Bandstand Rain Location : RVCC At 9PM Family Movie Nights August 11th & 25th Teen Movie Nights August 4th & 18th Popcorn, treats, and refreshments available for purchase!
  • Summer Concerts

    SUMMER CONCERT SERIES Join us at the Perth-Andover Bandstand Wednesday evenings at 7PM for live entertainment from local musicians. ~WEATHER PERMITTING~ If you would like to be a performer please contact the Perth-Andover Recreation Dept. 273-4844 EXT 2. Aug 9-Larlee Creek Hullaballoo Aug 16-Calithimpians Aug 23—Caleb Johnson Aug 30-Kennedy Beaulieu
  • The Rotary Club of Grand Falls - Lotto Winner

    The Rotary Club of Grand-Falls would like to congratulate our newest Rotary Club Lotto winner!! There is a winner , Mr. Chuck Chiasson, Member# 374, Amount $ 507. Please visit http://www.rotaryclubgf.com for more information on how to get tickets for the Rotary Club Lotto..
  • Royal Canadian Legion Branch 21 Golf Tournament

    support our Veterans by joining this worthwhile event. It’s a Texas Scramble with a shotgun start at 11:00 am and only $40 for members and $50 for future members. Prizes, prizes, prizes to be won! A post-golf steak supper will be served at The Legion at 126 Broadway Blvd. To register, call the Legion at 473-4617 or call 479-0853.
  • Beer Fest

    The 10th Annual Beer Fest is coming the the E&P Senechal Center on Friday August 25th. Tasting and cash bar open at 8pm. 25 dollars in advanced, 30 at the door. Entry includes 2 beers at their tasting booth. Live performances from Rosa Laricchiuta, Power Trio, The Turner Brothers and Rockin' Blues. For more info call 475-7750
  • Toner Home Hardware Club Championship August 26-27

    Is your name on one of the wall plaques in the clubhouse? If not, this may be your year to put it there! Call the clubhouse to register (473-4494).
  • Tobique’s 57th Annual Labor Day Festival

    Neqotkuk Maliseet Nation & Tobique Gaming Center Presents Tobique’s 57th Annual Labor Day Festival on August 30 to September 4, 2017 Wednesday August 30: 7:00pm JR JAYS Ball Game Location—Tobique Ball Field Thursday September 31: 3:00pm Basketball Shoot-out/Knock out Contest (Elementary-Highschool ages) Location– Mah-Sos Basketball Court 5:00pm Little Miss Tobique Pageant , Location– Mah-Sos School Gym 6:30pm Mosquito Braves Game Location- Tobique Ball Field 8:00pm Washer Tournament Location– Tobique Ball Field 7:00pm GLOW BINGO at Tobique Gaming Center Friday September 1: 10:00am Vendor Fair Setup until 4pm at Paul Pyres Community Hall 11:00am Paintball @ Meddigo — Ages 12+ 12:00pm Golf Tournament Location– Grand Falls Golf Club 12:00pm BBQ and Open House for Kids Location– Tobique Fire Department 6:00pm Ball Hockey Tournament (Two age groups: 7-12 years old & 12+) Location - Youth Center 7:00pm Family Activity (Tye Dye—All welcome! Please bring an item)Location— Youth Center 7:00pm BINGO $150 Regular Games 10% Discount Location–Tobique Bingo Hall 7:30pm Softball Games Locations– Tobique and Perth Ball Fields 8:00-10:00pm Kids Dance (Elementary) , Location—Youth Center 10:00-12:00am Youth Dance (Middle & High School), Location—Youth Center 9:00-2:00am Adult Dance/Social — Location Under the Big Tent Saturday September 2 9:00am Softball Tournament, Location– Tobique and Perth Ball Fields 10:00am Craft Fair until 4pm 12:00pm Bounce Kingdom Party (12pm-6pm), Location– Social Parking Lot 1:00pm Parade 1:00-4:00pm Mega Obstacle course (Elementary, Middle & High school ages!) Location—Youth Center 2:00-4:00pm Face Painting & Henna Location—Youth Center 5:00pm Duct Tape Contest Location (3 age groups: Elementary, Middle and High school), Location—Youth Center 7:00pm BINGO $200 Regular Games FREE BOOK NIGHT 9:00-2:00am Adult Dance/Social— Location Under the Big Tent Sunday, September 3 9:00am Softball Tournament Location– Tobique and Perth Ball Fields 12:00pm Bounce Kingdom Party—Free from 12pm-6pm ,Location– Social Parking Lot 2:00-4:00pm Face Painting & Henna Location—Youth Center 2:00pm Foul Shoot 3 age groups: Elementary, Middle, and High school. Location—Youth center 3:00pm Scavenger Hunt (2 age groups: 4-6 years old & 7+), Location Youth center 4:00pm Dash for Cash, ALL AGES (Elementary, Middle, High & Adult) Male & Female winner for each category! Location– Perley Street 7:00pm Up to $5000 CASH DRAWS at Tobique Gaming Center 10:00pm Fireworks 9:00-2:00am Adult Dance/Social— Location Under the Big Tent Monday September 5 11:00am Gail Nicholas Memorial Canoe Races (All Categories) Location– Sunset Beach 12:00pm Community BBQ sponsored by Project Hope. Location—Sunset Beach
  • NORTHWEST BANTAM BULLS ‘AAA’ HOCKEY TRYOUT DATES & INFORMATION

    All Bantam age players are welcome! (Players born in 2003 and 2004 are eligible) Each player is guaranteed 5 on-ice sessions plus optional pretryout skate (total of 8-1/2 hrs). Cost is $90.00 for Round #1, due in full before taking the ice. For more information or to pre-register please email: nwbantambulls@gmail.com Date Time Location Event Friday, Sept. 1 7:00 – 8:30 pm Ayr Motor Centre, Woodstock Optional Skate Saturday, Sept. 2 9:45 – 10:00 am Ayr Motor Centre, Woodstock Player Meeting Saturday, Sept. 2 10:00 – 10:15 am Ayr Motor Centre, Woodstock Parent Meeting Saturday, Sept. 2 10:45 am – 12:15 pm Ayr Motor Centre, Woodstock Tryout Session #1 Saturday, Sept. 2 2:00-3:15 pm Ayr Motor Centre, Woodstock Tryout Session #2 Sunday, Sept. 3 10:45 am – 12:15 pm Ayr Motor Centre, Woodstock Tryout Session #3 Sunday, Sept. 3 2:00 -3:15 pm Ayr Motor Centre, Woodstock Tryout Session #4 Tuesday, Sept. 5 7:00 – 8:20 pm E & P Senechal Centre, Grand Falls Tryout Session #5 Thursday, Sept. 7 7:00 – 8:20 pm E & P Senechal Centre, Grand Falls Tryout Session #6 Saturday, Sept. 9 4:00 – 5:20 pm E & P Senechal Centre, Grand Falls Tryout Session #7 Sunday, Sept. 10 12:30 – 1:50 pm E & P Senechal Centre, Grand Falls Tryout Session #8 Sunday, Sept. 10 3:30 – 4:20 pm E & P Senechal Centre, Grand Falls Tryout Session #9 at E & P Senechal Centre, Grand Falls. Tryout Sessions - Round 1 (Evaluations Begin) First Round of Team Selection Remaining players will be notified for next round of tryout sessions Second Round of Team Selection Remaining players will be notified of schedule for next round of tryout sessions which will all take place
  • Craft Fair

    Tobique Labor Day Craft Fair When? September 1st & 2nd, 2017 Time? 10:00am—4:00pm Where? The Paul Pyres Community Hall ALL vendors welcome!! Food, Craft/art, Trade, etc. If you would like more information or wish to reserve a spot at the Craft Fair, please RSVP to: Shane Perley-Dutcher Email: aduksis@live.ca or Call: (506) 999-5026 OR Erin Sappier Email: esappier@hotmail.com or Call: (506) 273-7909 Please come check out some amazing, and talented artists showing off their beautiful work; While also filling up your stomach with some delicious vendor foods!!!
  • 9th Annual Town of Grand Falls Golf Tournament

    This is one tournament you don’t want to miss! It’s a Texas Scramble and only $45 for members or $65 for future members. Registration starts at 9:00 am followed by a shotgun start at 10:00 am. Enjoy the all-day BBQ – including supper! Win a Kayak (sponsored by Home Hardware) or $10,000 for a hole-in-one on either Hole #2 or Hole #16. There are also lots of other prizes available. Don’t delay – call André Levesque at 473-4494 NOW!
  • Special Olympics

    Guess what? It’s another Texas Scramble (they’re the most fun of all) at just $40 for members and $60 for future members. Registration is at 11:00 am followed by a shotgun start at 12:30 pm. The post-golf meal is sponsored by Kozy Bar. Score a hole-in-one and win $10,000 – sponsored by RBC. Call Andre Levesque at 473-4494 or Anne Langlais at 479-6362 to reserve your participation.
  • 100 People Who Care

    A group of volunteers from the greater Grand Falls area have come together to support local charities by joining the growing 100 people, women and men movement. The group, called 100 people Who Care Grand Falls region, is based on similar groups in other cities and was started by Audrey Poitras, Luc M Levesque, Lily Durepos and Karen Morin. The group is now into its membership drive, hoping to recruit at least 100 people before its inaugural meeting, which is set for September 13th at 6 pm at the Grand Falls Marina. It is run entirely by volunteers with no administrative fees solicited from members. That means 100% of funds will go to organizations benefitting the people of the Saint-Léonard to New Denmark region. For more information, visit our website www.100peoplegrandfalls.ca or contact us by email at 100peoplegrandfalls@gmail.com
  • 3 person Scramble

    3 person Scramble: stay tuned for details in the next Grand Golf Gazette! Hole-in-One Club: Doritha Lapointe scored an ace on Hole #11 on June 15. Norman Leduc scored his ace on Hole #2 on July 18. Fernand (Fern) Dube also scored a hole-in-one, on Hole #8 on July 31. Congratulations to Doritha, Norman and Fern! Although it didn’t happen at our club, GFGC member, Rita Levesque, scored a hole-in-one on July 12 while representing our club at a St. John Valley Senior Ladies tournament at Fort Kent Golf Club. Rita brought home a prize of $500 for her ace! Better yet, the prize was in US dollars so she actually brought home well over $600 CAD! Was she happy? You be the judge!