• April 2018 World Travel Draw Winners

    Prize Winners 1st Prize A trip to Varadero Cuba Ocean Vista Azul: Tim & Nicolle Lizotte, 2nd Prize $ 500 Cash: Mike Carroll, 3rd Prize $ 244 Cash: Joey & Shelley Wiseman, 4th Prize $125 gift certificate from Captain's Cabin/Fashion Deck: Silvana Bosca, 5th Prize $ 100 gift certificate from Danny's: Todd Petitgrew, 6th Prize $ 100 gift certificate from Atlantic Host: Denise Dube, 7th Prize $ 100 gift certificate from Nectar: Betty Mallais, 8th Prize $ 100 gift certificate from Népisiguit River Company: Ken Martin, 9th Prize $ 100 gift certificate from North Shore Laundry: Conrad McLaughlin, 10th Prize $ 50 gift certificate from Tower's Jewellers: Ann Mclean, 11th Prize $ 50 gift certificate from Chicken King & Chinese Palace: Phillis Boeuqie, 12th Prize $ 50 gift certificate from Catherine & Company: Georgette & Harvey Scott
  • Individual Nutrition Counseling

    Do you have questions about your diet? Want to know if you are making the right food choices? Book an individual session with your Sobeys Dietitian! 30 minute session 30$, 60 minute session 80$. Covered by some insurance plans. Other packages available. Talk to your dietitian to learn more. To register for a class, visit any cash register or contact Registered Dietitian Kayla Daigle, kayla.daigle@sobeys.com or 546-9239 (voicemail)
  • Bay Breakfast

    Support our future generation. $6 for a ticket
  • Jimmy The Janitor "LIVE"

    At the Janeville Elementary school gym - clean comedy ages 14+. Doors open at 6:30PM, show at 7:30PM. Tickets $25, available at the school or from Terry Good 543-1546, Melissa Good 543-1545, Sandra Lavigne 252-9415, Steve Lavigne 543-4694 or Melanie Scott 543-2543. Proceeds to Janeville Elementary school
  • Acadie-Bathurst Titan Game schedule

    Friday April 20 at 7PM against Victoriaville, Saturday, April 21 at 7PM against Victoriaville
  • NB Wilderness Campers Inc

    On Saturday, April 21 (April 22 in case of storm) at the CCNB, Youghall Drive (cafeteria). Registration will begin at 1PM and the meeting will begin at 1:30PM. Become a member, get many discounts with our 40 sponsors. Many door prizes! Welcome everyone. For more information: 548-3722 or 548-9318
  • 8th Annual Hootenany Fundraiser

    The Doucet Hennessy House invites everyone to its 8th Annual Hootenany fundraiser, Saturday April 21 at the Royal Canadian Legion in Bathurst. Listen to performances from Jimmy Hennessy and friends, including Tommy Jagoe, Dianne Rennie, Dave Guitard, Kerry Caron, Melvin Aubie, Mitch Brown, Joanne Dempsey, Bernie Aubie, Gilles and Sharon Olscamp. Featuring the music of Alyssa Collins, Derek Knowles and Raymond Legere, Route 134 with George Snyder and Pat Shea, the Highway 11 Bluegrass Band and Wally Mackinnon and the Renegades from Fredericton! All musicians are welcome to the open mic! Admission is $10, and the shenanigans start at 7:30PM! Visit DoucetHennessy.com for more info! See you at the Hootenany! For more information, please contact: Melynda Jarratt, President Doucet Hennessy House: info@doucethennessy.com or 440-4567
  • AGM meeting

    The Coup d'Pouce Food Bank in Petit-Rocher will hold it's AGM meeting on Sunday, April 22 at 1:30PM upstairs at the Salle Blanche in Petit-Rocher located at 609 Principale Street (parking in the back). We especially encourage young people to come and attend to learn more about our organization and become volunteers. This could be a rewarding experience. Everyone is welcome
  • 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 $96.00, the Toonie is $2000.00 and that Treasure Chest prize is $330.00 and starting over!! Play the Bathurst Legion Bingo every Tuesday night at 6:30PM at the Legion on St. Peter Ave
  • Lunch at House of Lee - Golden Oldies Luncheon

    RSVP Ministries invites everyone to lunch at the House of Lee for a performance by the very gifted musician Evelyn MacNeil who will energize everyone with favorite tunes from former years and guest speaker Sandra Scott-Grebenc, who will deliver her message on “Making Life Decisions”. Event takes place Wednesday, April 25 from 11:30AM-1PM. Cost is $17.50. Reservations and cancellations are necessary by Saturday, April 21. Call Joanne at 542-1118, email ejgodin@rogers.com or Connie at 546-2127 to reserve your spot. Sponsored by RSVP Ministries
  • Roses Radiothon

    Max is partnering with the Chaleur Hospital Foundation to raise money to improve the comfort of patients getting chemotherapy treatments at the oncology clinic, to make breast reconstruction more accessible to mastectomy patients and to support the annual campaigns at hospitals across the Acadian Peninsula. This year's goal is $150,000. On Friday April 27th, call 544-7673 to pledge a one time or monthly donation to support the fight against cancer in our Region or you can make a donation to the Roses Radiothon local UNI branch. For more information, visit the Roses Radiothon website. Roses Radiothon… For the Health of our Region
  • Chaleur Regional Hospital Foundation’s Roses Radiothon

    The Roses Radiothon is an initiative to help purchase equipment for the Chaleur Regional Hospital and for hospitals on the Acadian Peninsula. On Friday April 27th from 7am – 6pm call 544-ROSE (7673) or click on Roses Radiothon logo below for a one time , or monthly, donation. Please give generously.
  • The 38th Regional, Commercial and Industrial Expo

    At the Real Boudreau Centre in Beresford on Friday, April 27 from 6PM-10PM, Saturday, April 28 from 12PM-9PM and on Sunday, April 29 from 12PM-5PM. Fun for the whole family! Jewellery, fashion, sweets, motorcycles, A-T-Vs, home reno ideas, outdoor activities and more! Come out and support the Beresford Volunteer Fire Department! Just $3 admission for adults, $2 for students. Lots of prizes to be won! Sponsored by the Beresford Volunteer Fire Department.
  • Hazardous Waste & Electronic Waste

    At the Belledune Legion on Saturday April 28 from 9AM-3PM. Bring your leftover paint, waste oil, cleaners, and other chemicals, as well as your old computers, televisions, DVD players, and other devices. It’s free!!! This service is offered to residents of the region by the Chaleur Regional Service Commission
  • Autism Walk

    Registration starts at 10AM, walk starts at 11AM, Downtown Bathurst (At the Promenade Waterfront). It's for everyone so come join us to support the cause
  • Breakfast Brunch

    The North Tetagouche recreation center is having a breakfast brunch on Sunday, April 29 from 10AM-1PM. Adult $8, children under 12 $5 and families with children under 12 $23. Everyone is welcome
  • Walk for Autism

    April is Autism Awareness month. Registration begins at 10AM. Walk will start at 11AM. Leaving from the CAAFC; 970 rue Principale, suite 2, Beresford, to then return to the CAAFC. Walk will be followed by lunch of pizza and drinks. Bring along $ for dinner and for autism awareness items. All monies raised will be used for the programs and activities at the CAAFC. This is an activity for the whole family!! Hope to see many of you on hand to support the families and the individuals living with ASD
  • Open House

    Open House at the Bathurst Sustainable Development Climate Change Action Center (237 Main Street) from 12PM-2PM, win a free compost bin. For more information 548-2106 or email rosewood@nbnet.nb.ca
  • Cooking for Better Blood Sugars

    Presentations at Sobey's. Thursday, May 3 from 11AM-12:30PM Balanced Breakfasts, Thursday, May 10th from 11AM-12:30PM Plant Protein and on Thursday, May 17th from 11AM-12:30PM Reducing sugar in baking. For more info contact Kayla Daigle at 546-9239 or email kayla.daigle@sobeys.com
  • Open House

    Open House at the Bathurst Sustainable Development Climate Change Action Center (237 Main Street) from 12PM-2PM, win a free compost bin. For more information 548-2106 or email rosewood@nbnet.nb.ca
  • Planning for a wholesome summer

    Join our dietitian for a 4 week program to learn how to better plan for a healthy summer. Thursday, May 3rd from 5:30PM-7:30PM: Meal Planning, Thursday May 10th 5:30PM-7:30PM: SMART goals/Self-care and Motivation with Health Coach Josée-Anne Doucet, Thursday, May 17th 5:30PM-7:30PM: Mindful eating, Thursday, May 24th 5:30PM-7:30PM: Eating well when away from home (restaurants, pot-lucks, etc.). For more info contact Kayla Daigle at 546-9239 or email kayla.daigle@sobeys.com. Registration required
  • Hazardous Waste & Electronic Waste

    At the Sportek Curling in Beresford on Saturday May 5 from 9AM-3PM. Bring your leftover paint, waste oil, cleaners, and other chemicals, as well as your old computers, televisions, DVD players, and other devices. It's free!!! This service is offered to residents of the region by the Chaleur Regional Service Commission
  • Concert with chorale Voidunor

    Chorale Voidunor, under the direction of Mr. Donald Mallet, invites you to a concert rich in emotions and discoveries on the theme “Songs from here and afar”. The concert will be presented on Saturday May 5th at 7PM and Sunday May 6th at 2PM, at the Religieuses hospitalières’ Chapel, 2144, Vallée Lourdes Drive in Bathurst. Admission fee is $15 (free for youth 18 and under). Tickets are on sale with the choir members; at Librairie Pélagie (Bathurst Waterfront); Épicerie Frenette (Beresford) and DR Dépanneur (Petit-Rocher). They will also be available at the door before each concert
  • Canadian Blood Services

    Bathurst Blood Collection, Monday, May 7 from 4:30PM-8:30PM, Tuesday, May 8 from 1PM-4PM and 5:30PM-8:30PM and on Wednesday May 9 from 2PM-4PM and 5:30PM-8:30PM. At K. C. Irving Centre in the Paul Ouellet Room. To book an appointment 1-888-2-donate
  • Healthy Cooking with chef Aude St-Pierre-Gagne

    Enjoy a delicious meal prepared by our chef and get nutrition tips from our dietitian on Friday, May 11th from 5:30PM-7:30PM. On the menu: Chicken Schwarma Burger with Multigrain Bun, Fattoush Salad and Vanilla Roasted Rhubarb and Strawberries. Cost is $15. For more info contact Kayla Daigle at 546-9239 or email kayla.daigle@sobeys.com
  • Hazardous Waste & Electronic Waste

    At the Place Bathurst Mall on Saturday May 12 from 9AM-3PM. Bring your leftover paint, waste oil, cleaners, and other chemicals, as well as your old computers, televisions, DVD players, and other devices. It's free!!! This service is offered to residents of the region by the Chaleur Regional Service Commission
  • 4th Annual Miramichi Striper Cup

    Hey Chaleur Region - Ready for some bass fishing?! Jeff Wilson and the City of Miramichi invite you to The 4th Annual Miramichi Striper Cup! The Team Event is May 25th to May 27th. Or this year - compete in the revised individual or Family divisions, May 1st to 25th! All paid participants have a chance to win a Princecraft Fishing Boat with 20 horsepower Mercury Outboard Motor valued at over $8000, or over $1700 in prizes! Register today - and kick some bass
  • 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!