• Team Care Chase the Ace

    Team Care is excited to announce our Chase the ACE fundraiser!! We are also pleased to announce that the proceeds of this fundraiser will be donated to the Fredericton Homeless Shelter and the Fredericton Community Kitchen’s Student Hunger Fund. Beginning May 1st and every Wednesday evening after, until the Ace of hearts is drawn, at the Riverside Resort and Conference Centre. More details to come along with official rules. Like and follow our page to see how it is going. Our page is called Team Care’s Chase the Ace 😀Please share this post!
  • Navy League of Canada

    The Navy League Of Canada, 191 Carleton St, for kids ages 9 to 12. Wednesday nights at the Fredericton Armouries downtown for 6:30 pm. Our motto is : have fun meet friends and learn naval terminology, we also have trips and sports. Call 506-472-9702 for more info.
  • Heart and Stroke 6th Annual NAPA Charity Golf Tournament

    Heart and Stroke 6th NAPA Annual Charity Golf Tournament. May 23rd 1pm at Lakeside Golf and Country Club. call Norm Colborne at 506-857-4212 for more info.
  • Flood (2019) Building & Development Permit Application Assistance (various dates & locations)

    In an effort to help those affected by the flood of 2019, the Regional Service Commission 11 Planning & Development Division Staff will be going on location to assist residents with building and development permit applications, as well as answering any questions that residents may have with respect to their properties. The list of locations are: Friday, May 24th Jemseg Lions Club 2 Rte 695 Hwy, Jemseg 10 am to 2 pm; Saturday, May 25th Douglas Harbour Community Centre 90 Scotchtown Road, Douglas Harbour 10 am to 2 pm; Tuesday, May 28th Maugerville Community Centre 439 Rte 105, Maugerville 4 pm to 7 pm; Thursday, May 30th Maugerville Community Centre 439 Rte 105, Maugerville 4 pm to 7 pm; Friday, May 31st Douglas Harbour Community Centre 90 Scotchtown Road, Douglas Harbour 10 am to 2 pm; Saturday, June 1, 2019 Jemseg Lions Club 2 Rte 695 Hwy, Jemseg 10 am to 2 pm.. As previously announced building permit fees have been waived for the flood victims. Development and building permits are required for building, locating, relocating, demolishing, altering or replacing a building or structure in all areas of the province. The permit will trigger an inspection to ensure that the structure is built to the National Building Code.
  • Running Start Community Race Fundraiser

    The Preschool Centre is holding their 2nd annual Running Start Community Race fundraiser May 25th at 603 Union street and people can register themselves and their children for 1km, 3km, 5km, or 10km distances on
  • Craft Supply Sale

    Craft Supply Sale on May 25th from 9-2. It is at Knights of Columbus Hall on Regent St. There are so many craft supplies that can be found at this sale but it will be a fun event for people loving to create!
  • FHS Safe Grad Bottle Drive

    On May 25th from 9:00am till noon. Fredericton High School will be traveling to neighbourhoods on the Southside of Fredericton, collecting bottles and/or spare change donations in support of Fredericton High School Safe Grad. Safe Grad is an annual celebration for graduating students that is drug and alcohol free. You can also drop off bottles at our drop off locations: Fredericton High School Liverpool Elementary School Fredericton Exhibition Grounds Lincoln Area – Across from Creative Child Daycare Victoria Hall – New Maryland Bonnie Kilburn's Dance Center - Hanwell For more information contact the school at: 453-5435
  • Fredericton Brain Tumor Walk

    16th Annual Fredericton Brain Tumour Walk takes place on Saturday, May 25th at Hugh John Flemming Forestry Register NOW AT Brain Tumour Walk dot c-a.
  • Walk for Alzheimer's

    Paradise Villa residents and staff are walking for the Alzheimer’s Society on Sunday, May 26th @11:00AM at Paradise Villa on Clements Drive. Followed by a BBQ by donation. Sponsor a resident, staff member or donate at the BBQ, all proceeds to the Alzheimer’s Society.
  • What's Up Doc? Film Festival

    What's Up Doc? is a program that is run through a partnership between Anglophone School District West and University of New Brunswick that gives high school students the opportunity to create documentaries on issues that are important to them. The final screening event for this year's program takes place on Thursday, May 30th at 7pm in room 143 of Marshall D'Avary Hall on the UNB campus. This is a free event that is open to the public. The students are really looking forward to showcasing the films that they have worked very hard on, so please come out and show your support
  • STU Social Work / St Mary's First Nation Fundraiser

    St. Thomas University Social Work Program and St. Mary's First Nation are holding a fundraiser to raise awareness of the social isolation, and social and cultural exclusion of seniors in St. Mary's First Nation, May 30th from 6 pm - 9 pm at Chief Harold Sappier Memorial Elementary School, 305 Maliseet Drive. There will be door prizes, 50/50 tickets, silent auction and some entertainment!
  • Capital Region Mental Health & Addictions Annual Dinner and Auction

    Capital Region Mental Health & Addictions 20th Annual Dinner & Auction Fundraiser, May 31st at the UNB Student Union Building at 5:30pm. Cost $50, includes dinner. Live, silent auctions, ticket draw, 50/50 and door prizes. To purchase tickets call (506) 458-1803 or email
  • Fredericton SPCA Wine Gala

    -Fredericton SPCA Wine Gala -Picaroon’s Roundhouse -Friday May 31st from 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. -Tickets are $35 each. Join us for our annual Blind Wine Taste Testing fundraiser at Picaroon’s Roundhouse on Friday May 3rd from 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.. This year we will also be featuring taste testing of Picaroon’s craft beer. Light refreshments will be served, Silent Auction and two Live auction items that will bring heated bids, and they are a Larry’s Gulch Rod for 2 and a Wine Tasting for 10 at Rustico restaurant with Sommelier Doug Williams.
  • Soul Care Fundraiser

    Soul Care is having a yardsale and BBQ fundraiser on June 1, from 8am-2pm at 347 Main Street in Fredericton. The funds raised go toward providing Biblical Counselling for those who can’t afford it.
  • 4th Annual Gutsy Walk

    Fredericton's 4th Annual Gutsy Walk on behalf of Crohn's & Colitis Canada on Sunday, June 2nd at Carleton Park. Registration is at 11:30am The Gutsy Walk is Canada's largest fundraiser for Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, the two main forms of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Join us for the commerative walk, the BBQ, enjoy the music and games, the dunk tank, our magician, try the silent auction. Walk is family and pet-friendly. Route lengths vary, 2 - 5 km, and participants can walk any distance they’re comfortable with. Show everyone taking on the challenges of Crohn's or colitis that they're not alone. Call 1.800.265.1101 for more information.
  • Little Sprouts School Band benefit concert

    The Living Roots “Little Sprouts” School Band benefit concert is taking place at The Fredericton Playhouse, Sunday, June 2nd, at 2pm. Join bands from Royal Road Elementary and Nashwaaksis Middle School for an afternoon of great music! Special guests include 8Track Mind, playing the best popular dance and party music, and country music star Steve Waylon. Tickets available at The Playhouse Box Office for $25. $10 for youth and Living Roots Festival pass holders. Visit the for tickets and join us on June 2nd.
  • Fredericton Motorcycle Club Toy Ride

    Fredericton Motorcycle Club Toy Ride! Saturday, June 8th, 2019 the Fredericton Motorcycle Club is holding their 35th annual Toy Ride for the DECH Child Life Unit. This event is open to all riders! Registration for the ride will begin at Jim Gilbert's Wheels and Deals Power Sports location at 9:30 am... a "cash only" live auction will take place at 10:45 am and then we leave at 11:30 am to ride to the Stanley School for a BBQ before our ride to the DECH to deliver the toys and monetary donation. The cost of registration is $20.00 per person! Come on out and support this non-profit organization... Brightening a Child's Stay at the DECH!
  • Fredericton & Area Community Blood Drive (June)

    Fredericton & Area Community Blood Drive June 10th from 2 - 4 & 5:30 - 8:30pm Nashwaaksis Baptist Church located at 104 Edgewood Drive. ***** June 17, 18, & 19 - from 1 - 4 & 5:30 - 8:30pm STU Conference Centre located at 368 Forest Hill Road. Call 1-888-2-DONATE or visit to book an appointment. New donors are welcome!
  • Jobs Unlimited Fun Run

    Jobs Unlimited (provides employment opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities) is hosting a 1K and 5K fun run "Where Everyone Wins" on Friday, June 14, 2019 at 6:30 pm starting at Queen Square. Register today through the Running Room.
  • Handmade Market

    Handmade Market by Opal Family Services to be held on June 22, 2019 at Gibson Memorial Church (183 Gibson Street) from 10-2. Barbecue will also take place at this event. This handmade market will feature our clients, non profit partners and friends of Opal who will be displaying their handmade items. Our non profit partners can bring information to add awareness to their cause, do fundraising on their table or even have some crafts made up to sell. Tables are $10 each and if you wish to book, please call the Opal office at 457-9520 and ask for Joel
  • Camp Wonder

    Opal Family Services and Special Olympics New Brunswick have partnered to offer day camps through the months of July and August 2019. Camp Wonder is an inclusive day camp for children and youth with intellectual and physical disabilities. With a ratio of one camp counsellor for each child who requires this level of support, we plan to offer a safe, inclusive, and engaging program full of activities, crafts, games, and outings. We offer inclusive programming and provide assistance to meet the unique needs of our campers. The cost is $150/week for full days (9am-4pm) or $75/week for half days (9am-12pm or 1-4pm). Payment can be made by e-transfer to or by check to Opal Family Services. Families can apply for financial support for camp through the Department of Social Development or through Canadian Tire’s Jumpstart program. You can drop off your registration forms at the Opal office or apply online at
  • Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival

    The Best International Festival Experience on Canada’s East Coast!
  • Darling's Waterfront Pavilion

    1 Railroad St, Bangor, ME