• June 2018 World Travel Draw Winners

    Prize Winners 1st Prize A trip to Disney: Jim Duncan, 2nd Prize $ 500 Cash: Anne Doucet, 3rd Prize $ 244 Cash: Natalie Raymond & Sharon Jagoe, 4th Prize $125 gift certificate from Captain's Cabin/Fashion Deck: Ryan & Roxanne Faulds, 5th Prize $ 100 gift certificate from Danny's: Julie Roy & Gordon Jacques, 6th Prize $ 100 gift certificate from Atlantic Host: Janice Hache, 7th Prize $ 100 gift certificate from Nectar: Monica & Gordon Dixon, 8th Prize $ 100 gift certificate from Népisiguit River Company: Bernadette Richard, 9th Prize $ 100 gift certificate from North Shore Laundry: Joe Paulin, 10th Prize $ 50 gift certificate from Tower's Jewellers: Kirk & Cindy Wood, 11th Prize $ 50 gift certificate from Chicken King & Chinese Palace: Rita McGrath, 12th Prize $ 50 gift certificate from Catherine & Company: Dianne Gray & Debbie Smith
  • Ribfest

    Get ready for some Ribs + Live Entertainment at the Harbourview Boulevard!!! Friday, June 22: Adam Chapman from 4:30PM-5:30PM, Larissa Godin from 6PM-7PM, The Winsors from 7:30PM-8:30PM and Wild Pitch at 9PM! Saturday, June 23: Catalyst from 12PM-1PM, Silver Haven Cloggers from 1:30PM-2:30PM, Phantom Jazz Band from 3PM-4PM, Don Arseneau from 4:30PM-5:30PM, Jeff Long from 6PM-7PM, The Winsors from 7:30PM-8:30PM and Stéphane Hébert from 9PM-10PM! Sunday, June 24: Chris Daigle from 12PM-1PM, Captain Crow from 1:30PM-2:30PM, Will Morrison from 3PM-4PM, Pat Comeau from 4:30PM-5:30PM and Route 134 from 6PM-7PM!
  • Inauguration of 2 projects

    The Town of Carleton-sur-Mer is pleased to officially inaugurate new developments in two public places on Saturday, June 23 at 10:30AM at the rest area, the Mayor will unveil the new name of the public place. Bordered by the barachois of Saint-Omer, equipped with a sheltered terrace, modules of children games and street furniture, the place favors the relaxation and the organization of various activities. A grandiose work hanging from the main building refers to local history and lifestyles. Caroline Dugas, one of the two artists of the mural The Barnacle, will be on hand for the occasion. Sunday, June 24 at 6:30PM, the development of the municipal beach will be inaugurated at the agora of the place. Under the theme of discovery and gathering, a musical, dance and storytelling show will illustrate the three founding cultures of the municipality: the Mi'kmaq, Acadian and French-Canadian cultures. The Mayor will unveil the new name of the place
  • Campbellton Salmon Festival

    Come out and enjoy the Salmon Festival in Campbellton. On Monday, June 25 Salmon Festival entertainment Duo Rivage from 7PM-9PM at the amphitheatre/ Tuesday, June 26 Pirate Day with Don Bernard from 10AM-12PM for children 1-9 years old at the Civic Center, Miss Salmon Festival Pageant starting at 6:30PM at the Restigouche Theatre/ Wednesday, June 27 Kids Movie Matinee starting at 1PM at the North Shore Cinema, Campbell Amusements from 4PM-10PM, Salmon Festival entertainment Luc & Simon from 7PM-9PM at the amphitheatre/ Thursday, June 28 Salmon Supper from 5PM-7PM at the Curling Club (tickets $20), Campbellton Comedy Show with Nathan Dimitroff, Mary-Ellen Green & James Mullinger starting at 8PM at the Civic Center-Convention Room, Salmon Festival entertainment Tommy Bulger from 7PM-9PM at the Amphitheatre/ Friday, June 29 Kids Fest from 10AM-3PM at the Civic Center, Campbellton Sports Hall of Fame supper at 5PM at the Civic Center, Salmon Festival entertainment Denis-Michel Hache from 7PM-9PM at the Amphitheatre, Somnifreres starting at 8PM at the Restigouche Theatre/ Satuday, June 30 Salmon Festival Waterfront Race starting at 8:20AM at the Amphitheatre, Bash on the Boulevard presenting Shane Larocque, Mike Biggar, George Belliveau & TJ King from 6PM-1AM at the Civic Center/ Sunday, July 1 Canada Day celebrations from 11AM-1PM at the Riverside Park, Salmon Festival Parade at 4PM begins at Sugarloaf Senior High school, Salmon Festival Entertainment Serenity from 7PM-9PM at the Amphitheater, Fireworks at 10:45PM
  • Tuesday Night Bingo

    Win a lot of cash… and support your local Legion! Tuesday Night Bingo at the Herman J. Good V-C Branch #18 Legion! The Legionnaire game is at $500.00, the Bonanza can grow up to $2000.00, there are 10 regular games at $150.00, with early bird, Quickie, and winner takes all games. The Loonie is starting over, the Toonie is $2000.00 and growing, and that Treasure Chest prize is $359.00!! Play the Bathurst Legion Bingo every Tuesday night at 6:30PM at the Legion on St. Peter Ave
  • District Meetings

    The New-Brunswick Forest Products Commission is holding District meetings for the North Shore Forest Products Marketing Board as follows: Districts #6 & #11 on Tuesday, June 26 at 7PM at the Bathurst office 2807 Miramichi Ave. in Bathurst; Districts #8 & #9 on Wednesday, June 27 at 7PM at the Bertrand municipal hall in Bertrand; District #1 on Thursday, June 28 at 7PM at the St-Martin Church basement in St-Martin; Districts #7 & #10 on Wednesday, July 4 at 7PM at the Parish hall of Brantville in Brantville. You must have the property number of your woodlot in order to voice your opinion and to vote in your respective district. Please contact us at 506-548-8958 or toll free at 1-877-548-8958 for more information regarding your district
  • Lunch at House of Lee - Healthy Summer Snacks Luncheon

    R S V P Ministries invites everyone to lunch at the House of Lee for Healthy Summer Snacks luncheon! It will be presented by Kayla Daigle, dietitian with Sobeys and the delightful musicians Jim & Karen Chamberlain will play a spring in your step. As well as guest speaker Esther Martin will speak about Finishing well. Event takes place Wednesday, June 27 from 11:30AM-1PM. Cost is $17.50. Reservations and cancellations are necessary by Saturday, June 23. Call Joanne at 542-1118, email ejgodin@rogers.com or Connie at 546-2127 to reserve your spot. Sponsored by RSVP Ministries
  • Succulents Lobster Festival

    On Friday, June 29 Gala dinner - Cocktail hour & lobster dinner from 6:30PM-10PM at the Belledune Recreation & cultural Centre, entertainment by Chad Townsend, tickets $75. One ticket gets you a cocktail hour with mixologist Justin Kinas, Specialty seafood appetizers from the team at Yuzu Sushi, Soup, Two Lobsters and salads, and finishing off with Creme Brulee Cheesecake. Topped off with entertainment from a local pro (in everything) Chad Townsend. Tickets are starting to go fast, so get yours today at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/succulents-2018-gala-dinner-belledune-tickets-46715261605/ Saturday, June 30 Chaleur Showcase (19+) from 1PM-3PM at the Belledune Village Hall (cafe) featuring Craft beer from Four Rivers Brewery with entertainment by Jon Boulay, tickets $20, Family activities like face painting, inflatable games, colouring, snacks & cake, music & fun, admission is free and it's from 1PM-3PM at the Belledune Village Hall (gymnasium), Belledune Extravaganza from 5:30PM-11PM at the Belledune Village Hall featuring Fireworks, entertainment by Crossover
  • Hooked on Lifejackets

    During National Fishing Week this year, the Canadian Safe Boating Council will kick-off our annual “Hooked on Lifejackets” program from June 30th - July 8th which is National Fishing Week in Canada. The purpose of this week is to encourage Canadians to get out and enjoy wetting a line (or two) in one of Canada’s million lakes, rivers and streams. To encourage participation, there is no requirement for a fishing license for the two weekends book ending this week. “Hooked on Lifejackets” will focus on promoting the most basic of safe boating behaviours and one that has the greatest potential to save lives: wearing a lifejacket. Would you have any interest in speaking with a Lifesaving Society or Canadian Safe Boating Council member? Unfortunately travel is limited to the Fredericton area, but we can easily do a phone interview (506) 455-5762 or provide you with a pre-recorded PSA. They would speak to the importance of wearing a life jacket and our boat safety messages as well as address other issues of interest to you including the upcoming legalization of cannabis and how it may impact the boating community
  • Canada Day

    The City of Bathurst and Canadian Heritage invite you to join us at Youghall Beach on July 1st! Schedule: 12PM Opening Ceremony, 12:15PM Free Cupcakes, 12:30PM Musical Entertainment with Northern Heights - Music/band, 2:30PM Musical entertainment with Beauds. Free childrens activities: Balloon twisting, face painting, inflatable structures, & train rides! Onsite concessions: BBQ, cotton candy, snow cones, popcorn. *In case of rain, all activities will be held at the K. C. Irving Regional Center
  • Canada Day

    Join us to celebrate Canada Day at the Beresford Beach Park! 1PM: Official Ceremony (with cake), 1:15PM: CIRCUS STELLA, 2PM: Music with ZAKOUSTIK, 2:30PM: Activities and games, After dusk : Mini Fireworks. *In the case of rain, activities and shows will be moved to the Réal-Boudreau Centre in Beresford (Arena)
  • Cavendish Beach Music Festival ‘presented by Bell

    Cavendish Beach Music Festival presented by Bell had a blockbuster announcement today including the addition on a 4th day featuring Shawn Mendes!! Tickets on sale now!
  • Kids Art camps

    Little kids (5-9) from July 9-13 from 9AM-12PM and Big kids (10-15) from July 16-20 from 9AM-12PM. $225 includes all materials. For registration contact aelfner@rogers.com or at the gallery 546-6937
  • Festival des Rameurs

    Nothing less than the Gala Misses Festival des Rameurs to kick off our 51st edition at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, July 11 at the Petit-Rocher Arena. These 6 pretty duchesses have been preparing for several weeks already to offer you a beautiful evening. You will be able to see the creativity of these young girls throughout the evening. Entry $5. At 9PM, the karaoke party will take place at the Multipurpose Hall. Come sing with us and for us! Free admission. Wednesday, July 11: Gala Misses Festival des Rameurs starting at 6:30PM at the arena in Petit-Rocher, Thursday, July 12: Humor Party with Les Bilingues from 8PM-10PM at the multifonctionnal room in Petit-Rocher, Friday, July 13: Mini Creations from 1:30PM-3:30PM at the Library in Petit-Rocher/$5 per child, Country night with Louis Berube & Hillbilly Deluxe starting at 9PM at the arena in Petit-Rocher, Saturday, July 14: Crossing of the Baie des Chaleurs starting at 8AM, Activities at the arrival site (in the back of Le Tournesol school) starting at 9:30AM, The Rowers night with Les Borthers & Danny Party starting at 11PM at the arena in Petit-Rocher, Sunday, July 15: Parade
  • The Tennessee Two - Tribute to Johnny Cash

    The duo The Tennessee Two (Mario Dubé and Luc LeBlanc) offers a unique and intimate show in memory of the famous American singer Johnny Cash on Wednesday, July 18 at 7:30PM at 725 College street, Bathurst (CCNB Bathurst campus). This original tribute is both intimate and anecdotal highlighting the epidermal sensitivity too often hidden from the great "Man in Black". Ticket prices: $22.00 all inclusive. Tickets are on sale at the Access box office and the K. C. Irving Center or visit www.billetterieacces.ca. Ticket pre-sale for SCRN members - Thursday, June 21 from 10AM (Please present your membership card in good standing for 2018-2019 when you purchase your ticket) - Sale of tickets to the public - Friday, June 22. Are you interested in becoming a member of the SCRN? You can contact the SCRN office at 548-4338 or by email at scrn@monccnb.ca and we will be happy to serve you! There will also be a representative from SCRN during the pre-sale on June 21st at the K. C. Irving Center for all those interested in obtaining their SCRN membership card 2018-2019
  • Bathurst Hospitality Days

    Get out and celebrate and take in the activities of the 2018 Bathurst hospitality days. Bathurst Hospitality Days 50/50 tickets for $20 per ticket for a chance to win up to$5000, 20% off concert tickets until June 30th (price below does not include the 20%... after only announce bands). Thursday, July 19 $35 tax included Blackjack Billy, Ivan Daigle and Hazzard/ Friday, July 20 $25 tax included Michel Pagliaro, the fabulously rich (tragically hip tribute band), la Viree/ Saturday, July 21 $40 tax included Matt Anderson, zed zed: the Canadian zz top review and the Terry Whalen band. Buy your tickets at the festival headquarters 188 Main Street across from Captain's Cabin open from 8AM-6PM. Max 104.9 is a proud silver level and media sponsor
  • Festival Western de Bonaventure

    Discover the Bonaventure Western Festival. From July 26 to 29, come and join us at the Bonaventure Western Festival. Thursday, July 26 junior competitions at 6PM, official opening at 8PM, Concert of Hillbilly Deluxe starting at 8:30PM, Andy Beast show at 10:30PM/ Friday, July 27 Exhibition barrels starting at 10AM, Larry Lee & Sylvain Landry at 11AM & 6:30PM, Caro & Jo at 12PM & 5PM, Madame and les Some Blaireux at 1PM, Lawn tractor race at 2PM, Gerry Harrison at 2PM & 8PM, Alex Henry & Richard Dunn at 3:30PM, Opening at 6PM, Concert of Allison & The Triggers starting at 9:30PM, Concert of Mountain Daisies & The Moonshiners starting at 11:30PM/ Saturday, July 28 Start of the Qualifications starting at 9AM, Kids show at 10AM, Larry Lee & Sylvain Landry at 11AM, Alex Henry & Richard Dunn at 12PM, Continuation of the qualification at 1PM, Madame and les Some Blaireux at 1PM, Francois Babin & Thierry Arsenault - Rock & Blues at 4PM & 8:30PM, Mountain Daisies at 5:30PM, Opening at 6PM, Larry Lee & Sylvain Landry at 7PM, Hert LeBlanc concert starting at 9PM, Coco Country Band concert starting at 11PM/ Sunday, July 29: Mass at 9AM, Larry Lee & Sylvain Landry at 11AM, Finals at 11AM, Gerry Harrison at 12:30PM, Larry Lee & Sylvain Landry at 4PM