• FAST registrations

    FAST is now accepting registrations for our Pre Competitive swim program for children 6-10 years old. This is a 10 week program, from Sept 19 to Nov 23. For more information about our pre competitive program and to sign up, please goto our website www.swimmingfast.com. If you have any questions please contact Brittany Harvey at fastcoachprecomp@gmail.com.
  • Chase the Ace for the Animal Shelters

    Another week to support the Animal Shelters!! Chase the Ace Thursdays at 8 pm at Houlies Hometown Pub. This week estimated Jackpot $1500. 51 cards left. We have had lots of winners and Jackpots go!! Is it your turn? For as little as $5 gets you 5 chances to win. Thanks to our sponsors Infraspec, Brian Christie ,Steven Dougherty,The Co-operators, and Houlies Hometown Pub. This is for the animals waiting to be adopted at Dunroamin Stray&Rescue, Carleton County Animal Shelter ,Fredericton and Oromocto SPCA's. Let's help them out! How many weeks can we go this time? Any one want to make a guess?? Email raising4rescues4@gmail.com to purchase your tickets, then watch Live on Facebook to see if you are the winner!
  • Soups On at Lincoln Baptist Church

    SOUPS ON at Lincoln Baptist Church, 2275 Route 102, Lincoln, Wednesdays from 11;30-1;00. Beginning October 4th. Cost is by Donation. Menu includes; Soup,Chili,Beans,Chowder,Dessert, Tea & Coffee. For Information Contact Sharon 455-0440 or Sheila 446-4416
  • Alzheimer Society of NB Free Education Series

    The Alzheimer Society of NB is hosting a FREE Education Series: First Steps. This is a 5 part series for Caregivers in the beginning stages of the Alzheimer and related Dementia. Week 1 - What is Dementia? // Week 2 - Communication and Coping Strategies // Week 3 - Navigating the System // Week 4 - Legal matters // Week 5 - Resources and Support. The Dates for the following are October 5, 12, 19, 26 and November 2nd. For more information or to register for our FREE education series call 506-459-4280.
  • Fredericton Grand-Masters Basketball League

    The sixth season of the Fredericton Grand-Masters Basketball League is ready to start every Thursday evening with the first games on October 19. The first season continues until early January with playoffs and then a second season runs until April when Provincial age-class Basketball Championships are played. This is a semi-competitive, safe, refereed, very friendly and social League for players aged 44 and older. Teams are drafted after all players are registered to insure competitive fairness between all Teams. Cost is about $150 plus a jersey for the season. All games are played at the new gym in the Wesleyan Church on Duncan Lane on Thursday evenings. The League is looking for new players, hoping to get 9-10 players per Team. For more information please call Brian at 459-4541.
  • 2017 Canadian Collegiate Baseball Championships

    The UNB Cougars Baseball team is hosting the 2017 Canadian Collegiate Baseball Association National Championships at Royals Field October 19-22. The tournament has 6 teams from universities across the country. On October 19th, ex-MLB player and President of Baseball Canada - Jason Dickson will be on hand to throw out the first pitch at 6PM. The Cougars will open their tournament at 6:30PM against the Atlantic Conference Champion (TBD) UNB games are as follows: Oct 19 - 6:30PM - UNB vs DAL Oct 20 - 7:00PM - UNB vs Carleton Oct 21 - 1:00PM - UNB vs McGill Oct 22 - Semis and Finals Cost of admission: $5 Adults $3 Students/Seniors UNB Students and Children under 12 are FREE
  • Living Beyond Cancer Support Group

    The Living Beyond Cancer Support Group for cancer survivors, patients, family, and friends meets the third Thursday of the month at 7 pm at the Fredericton Inn. New members are always welcome. This month's meeting on Thursday October 19 will feature Karen Duivenvoorden and Amelia Fletcher of CREST, a multidisciplinary approach to cancer recovery designed to help cancer patients and survivors live life to its fullest. For further information please contact: group members Dr Ian Macdonald (457-0056) and Johanna Bertin (366-5289), or the Canadian Cancer Society at 453-1551.
  • Rummage Sale

    Rummage Sale and Wilmot United Church A huge rummage sale will be held at Wilmot United Church, corner Carleton and King Sts, downtown Fredericton on Friday Oct 20th from 3-6 p.m. and Saturday Oct 21st from 9 a.m. - 12 noon. Items include fall and winter clothings, linens, footwear, toys, kitchenware, home and Christmas decor
  • DECH Auxiliary Vendor Market

    The DECH Auxiliary Inc. will be holding a Vendor Market in the Cornish Room of the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital on Friday, October 20th from 9am – 3pm. There will be 20 plus vendors in attendance. There will be food items, treats, jewelry, spices, Tupperware, jams, jellies and pickles, eco products for your home, skincare products, primitive crafts, quilts, knitting, sewing, estate jewelry and crystals. For a complete list of vendors, please check out our Facebook page. What a great time to start your Christmas shopping! Auxiliary proceeds from the market will go towards our 2017-18 commitments totalling over $150,000 for various pieces of much needed equipment at the DECH. As always, there will be free coffee compliments of the DECH Auxiliary and Van Houtte Coffee Services and a 50/50 draw. We look forward to seeing you at the market.
  • Volunteering Marketplace

    Attention Boomers & Seniors in the Greater Fredericton Area! The City’s Age-Friendly Community Advisory Committee and Volunteer Greater Fredericton (VGF) are partnering to hold a very exciting event for boomers and seniors in our community. A Volunteering Marketplace will take place on Friday, October 20th at the STU Conference Centre on Forest Hill Road. There is no charge to attend and lunch is provided. We will start at 9:30 am where participants will learn about the many benefits that volunteering provides, in particular, for older adults. We will introduce an Online Matching System. This tool will match those interested in volunteering with organizations looking for volunteers based on common interests. From 9:30 – 12 noon is not a “drop in” type of event and registration before October 13th is required. Go to https://volunteering-marketplace.eventbrite.ca/ Starting at 12:00 noon a wide range of volunteering opportunities will be presented by local organizations. This event is part of the Prime Time Volunteer Project funded by the New Horizons for Seniors Program. If you have any questions, please contact Anne Marie Hartford at hartford@rogers.com or by calling 454-1298.
  • An Evening with Brad Woodside and Friends

    THE FREDERICTON WOMEN'S EXECUTIVE CLUB PRESENTS “AN EVENING WITH BRAD WOODSIDE AND FRIENDS” FRIDAY OCT 20TH AT THE FREDERICTON CONVENTION CENTER . THEY WILL BE HONOR BRAD FOR HIS MORE THAN 25 YEARS AS MAYOR PLUS THE DINNER WILL RAISE MONEY FOR PORTAGE ATLANTIC. TICKETS ARE $125 AND A TAX RECEIPT WILL BE ISSUED . Tickets can be purchase from Gallery 78 and Sable on Blonde.
  • OPAL Family Services fundraiser

    Porter's Diner is hosting a fundraiser for OPAL family services on Friday October 20th at 6:30pm featuring live music by local entertainer Mike Bravener. Cost is $30 and this includes a choice of turkey dinner OR all you can eat fish and chips. There will be a 50/50 draw and a silent auction with proceeds going to support OPAL’s programs for our special needs families in the Fredericton area. Everyone is welcome and the venue is wheelchair accessible. Tickets are available at Porter's Diner or by contacting the OPAL office at 457-9520.
  • 43rd Annual Coaster Derby

    On Saturday, October 21st, come on out to the 43rd Annual Coaster Derby at the University of New Brunswick! Showcasing UNB engineering talent, this event is a crowd pleaser every year as people get to see the engineering students race their gravity powered cars down Mackay drive, from 8:30a - 4p, when the victor of each division will be crowned. There will be a free BBQ as well, so you won’t want to miss it
  • Boston Terrier Rescue Canada's 3rd Annual Recycle for Rescue Day

    This year, Boston Terrier Rescue Canada's (BTRC) 3rd Annual Recycle for Rescue Day is being held on 21 October, during Canada's Waste Reduction Week (15-22 October). You can help the environment and a charity at the same time by participating in BTRC's Recycle for Rescue Day. The great folks from All About Animals Environmentally Responsible Pet Grooming & Supplies will be doing $5 nail trims with proceeds to BTRC (weather permitting, dog washes may also be available). AND you'll have a chance to win a great prize when you drop off any item(s) on our accepted list of recyclables. We'll also be giving away up-cycled products from Terracycle Canada. We'll be setup at 69 Reynolds St. (Fredericton North) on Saturday 21 October between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. to accept the following: -- laptops, cell phones, iPads, and empty ink jet cartridges (HP and Canon only) --plastic spray triggers from kitchen/bathroom cleaners, plastic air fresheners and the plastic refills/cartridges, flip tops from cleaning products including dish liquid, pumps from liquid soap bottles, packaging from wet mop wipes (any brand) --empty cereal bags --empty Open Farm dog food bags --empty Wellness pet food bags --cigarette and cigar butts, outer cellophane packaging, and inner foil lining from cigarette/cigar packages --empty Sensible Portions, Terra and Garden of Eatin' snack bags --empty Europe's Best frozen vegetable and fruit bags --used Brita pitchers and all Brita used filters and their plastic packaging --empty squeezable snack pouches and covers (i.e. applesauce, pudding, etc.) You can also drop off refundable bottles, cans and juice boxes for our Empties for Paws Program
  • Fredericton District Soccer Association iS4 Weekend of Empowerment

    Fredericton District Soccer Association (FDSA) is hosting an iS4 Weekend of Empowerment Oct 21&22 with 4 Olympic Medalists from the Canadian Women's National Soccer Team. Christine Sinclair, Karina Leblanc, Rhian Wilkinson & Diana Matheson will be here to share their Bronze Medal with an many people as possible and to pass on their message of Leadership, Synergy, Resiliance & Empowerment. There are 3 ways to participate in the weekend: On-field clinics (Sat & Sun) for athletes born 1999-2008 - $200 each , Dinner Event Saturday Evening - $100/plate and Youth Breakfast event Sunday morning - $20/child. For more detailed information regarding the schedule of events for the weekend and ticket info please visit http://www.fdsa.org/weekendofempowerment/registration-and-ticketing-info/ OR contact the FDSA Office info@fdsa.org 451-1342.
  • Pure Country

    PURE COUNTRY When: Saturday Oct.21st Where: The Marysville Heritage Center Time: Doors open at 6pm, show starts at 7pm Cost: $10.00 Guests: Fred Shaw, Oland Monteith and Veronica Sparkes
  • Pure Country Show

    PURE COUNTRY Show, Saturday Oct.21st at The Marysville Heritage Center. Doors open at 6pm, show starts at 7pm. Cost: $10.00. Guests: Fred Shaw, Oland Monteith and Veronica Sparkes
  • Nightmare on School Street 3D - A Haunted Attraction

    Nightmare on School Street 3D is a haunted attraction taking place at the Kinsmen Centre, 141 School Street in Devon. October 25th is Kids Night $3 per person 6-9pm. October 26-28 $8.00 for adults and $5 for 12 and under 7p-10p. Proceeds in support of the Fredericton Food Bank
  • Parenting in a Digital World

    Parents – want to keep your kids safe online? On October 25, between 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., Anglophone West School District is hosting an informative presentation about issues facing our children in the digital world. Parenting in a Digital World will feature guest speaker Sam Jingfors from the organization Safer Schools Together. Topics covered will include: • Social Media – The latest and greatest (and the secret apps) • What you absolutely need to know regarding the current risks they face online • How to be the best digital role model, social media can be life-enhancing! • Recognizing and responding to cyberbullying and cyber harassment • Fake accounts, Meme accounts, Sexting & Sextortion, Catfishing and Snapchat An in-person session will take place at Fredericton High School. Live simulcast locations will be at: • Southern Victoria High School • Woodstock High School • Carleton North High School • John Caldwell School • Nackawic Middle School • Oromocto High School • Minto Memorial High School • Harvey High School • Central New Brunswick Academy • Leo Hayes High School
  • APEGNB Haunted Tour

    Join the Fredericton Branch of Engineers & Geoscientists New Brunswick as they raise the fright factor once again in support of the Charlotte Street Arts Centre “Apegnb Haunted Tour”, October 26th – Oct 29th, Thurs & Friday 6pm till 10 pm & Sat & Sunday 5pm till 10 pm. Cost $10.00 per perso, 732 Charlotte Street.
  • Nashwaak Valley Fire Department Hunter's Breakfast

    Enjoy a delicious hunter’s breakfast courtesy of the Nashwaak Valley Fire Department!! Saturday October 28 from 7.30 to 10.30 AM…The perfect start to your day whether you’re out hunting or just want a delicious breakfast…just $7 for adults, $5 for kids 8 and under, support your local fire department…Hunter’s breakfast, October 28th, at the Nashwaak Valley Fire Department
  • Country & Gospel Music Benefit

    There will be a Country and Gospel Music Benefit in support of Victims of Family Violence on Sunday, October 29th from 1-4p at St. Anthony's Church.
  • Fredericton Homeless Shelter Dinner and Auction

    The Fredericton Homeless Shelter Annual dinner and auction at the Fredericton Inn on Sunday October 29th, 6:00 pm. Cash bar and dinner at 7:00 p.m .tickets are $75.00 each with a charitable receipt of $50.00 issued. Menu is roast beef and or chicken with wine on the tables. All proceeds for the Fredericton Homeless Shelters. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Shelters at 450-1102 or at the Fredericton Inn on the night of the event.
  • Halloween Bridge Luncheon

    Halloween Bridge Luncheon, Hosted by St Francis of Assisi CWL, Tuesday, October 31st, 12 pm - $40.00 per table at the St Francis of Assisi Parish Hall, 2130 Lincoln Rd. To reserve your table, please call: Madonna Clark – 457-2090 - Joyce Green 444-8011. Dressing in Costume is optional, however welcomed!
  • Startup Weekend NB

    Startup Weekend NB November 3-5th at the Ville. All Startup Weekend events follow the same basic model: anyone is welcome to pitch their startup idea and receive feedback from their peers. Teams form around the top ideas (as determined by popular vote) and embark on a three-day frenzy of business model creation, coding, designing, and market validation. The weekend culminates with presentations in front of local entrepreneurial leaders with another opportunity for critical feedback! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/startup-weekend-nb-fredericton-tickets-35984466508?aff=efbevent
  • St Paul's UCW Christmas Craft Sale

    The United Church Women (UCW) of St. Paul's United Church, on the corner of George and York Streets, will be hosting their Pre-Christmas Luncheon/Craft/Bake Sale on Saturday November 4th from 11 AM to 1 PM. Lunch tickets are $12.00 for chicken-a-la-king, salad, cranberry sauce, angel food cake with lemon sauce. Mincemeat pies $6.00 or $12.00. To order telephone Donna C 458-5885 or contact other UCW members.
  • Fredericton & Area Community Blood Drive for November

    Fredericton & Area Community Blood Drive being held on Monday, November 13th from 4:30 – 8:30pm // Tuesday, November 14th from 1-4 & 5:30-8:30pm // Wednesday, November 15th from 1-4 & 5:30-8:30pm at the STU – Conference Center located at 368 Forest Hill Road. Call 1-888-2-DONATE or visit www.blood.ca to book an appointment. New donors and walk-ins are welcome!
  • Fredericton Youth Ringette

    Ever wonder what the sport of Ringette is all about? Want to see a fantastic Fredericton youth recreational sport group in action? The Fredericton Youth Ringette Association will be hosting it’s annual “Early Bird Tournament” on November 17-19. The Early Bird Tournament is the largest ice surface tournament held annually in Fredericton. It includes over 60 teams from all across New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island with over 100 games played on five ice surfaces. It is sure to be a weekend full of fun and exciting Ringette games played by some of the finest young athletes in Atlantic Canada ranging in age from 9-19! For a full schedule of games and activities please visit our tournament website at http://fyraearlybird.ca/.
  • 42nd Annual Stanley School Craft Sale / Hot Turkey Dinner

    The 42nd Annual Craft Sale at the Stanley Consolidated School takes place Saturday, November 18th from 2p-5p. Proceeds in support of the Stanley Consolidated School Breakfast Program for Students). There also is a Hot Turkey Dinner put on by the Graduating Class of 2018 from 4p - 6p. Cost for adult $10, Students $7 and $4 for under 6.
  • Gelu'lg Maw-A-Paw - A Celebration of Indigenous Art and Culture

    NBCC presents Gelu'lg Maw-A-Paw - A Celebration of Indigenous Art and Culture on Thursday, November 23rd at 6pm at the Delta Fredericton. Tickets are $100 and all proceeds from the event will support the Indigenous Student Bursary Fund established through the NBCC Foundation. See link for ticket information.
  • Mardi Gras Murder Mystery and Dinner

    Canadian Deafblind Association-NB Inc. will be hosting a Mardi Gras Murder Mystery and Dinner fundraising event Thursday, December 14, 2017 from 6-10 pm at the Delta Fredericton. Tickets for the event can be purchased through Eventbrite for $75. We are hoping to get a large turn out as the proceeds will be going towards our Snoezelen Room (sensory room for our clients and the public) as well as the camp weekend we host for our clients each summer.
  • Chase the Ace

    April 11, 2017 - April 3, 2018
  • Darling's Waterfront Pavilion

    1 Railroad St, Bangor, ME