• What to do in Florenceville-Bristol

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  • Ostomy Peer Support Group Meetings

    The monthly Ostomy (Cancer) Peer Support Group Meeting starts Wednesday September 18 from 6:00 to 8:00 conference room 1, Waterville hospital and will continue on the 3rd Wednesday of each month until our last meeting in June 2020. This month the guest speaker is Shannah Cunningham, Senior Territory Manager Convtec Canada. The discussion will be on ostomy care and critical care. If you have any questions or anyone else, phone 328-6862.
  • October Forever Young Senior Citizens Club Activities

    Tuesday Oct 1 1pm regular meeting at the Community Y, quiz session this day Tuesday Oct 8 1pm regular meeting, club activities at Y, exercise session with Mike Cupples Tuesday Oct 15 1pm regular meeting, guest speaker from Innovative Hearing Thursday Oct 17 10am bowling at Bowlacade, cost $5 includes bowling, shoes, and snacks Tuesday, Oct 22 1pm regular meeting, Halloween Party Tuesday Oct 29 12pm potluck dinner for members 1pm regular meeting Tuesday Nov 5 regular meeting with usual club activities at Y, Remembrance Day program Members are reminded of the adult activities at the AYR Motor Centre every Monday morning, and special adult bowling at the Bowlacade on Friday afternoons, lots of opportunity to keep active
  • Oct 26 - Turkey Supper

    Turkey Supper Saturday, October 26, 2019 4 pm to 6:30 pm Jacksonville United Church of Canada (Hansen Memorial Hall) 76 Route 590, Jacksonville, NB Everyone Welcome
  • Oct 19 - Day of Change

    Saturday October 19th join the Canadian Cancer Society and participating recycling depots for the “Day of Change.” By donating some, or all, of the return from your refundable bottles and cans in support of the Canadian Cancer Society you are helping those affected by cancer by funding research, dedicated programs and support services. To find a participating depot near you visit cancer.ca slash events. Saturday October 19th for the Day of Change and help make a difference in the lives of those facing cancer. Local Depots Participating: Craine's Bottle Depot 332 Maint St. Bath
  • Oct 19 - Fall Craft and Trade Show

    Kin Club of Florenceville Annual Fall Craft and trade Show October 19, 2019 9 Am - 2 pm. Admission $2.00 Canteen on Site Something for Everyone
  • Oct 20 - Harvest Supper

    Harvest Supper Sunday October 20th 4-6pm Glassville Community Centre. $12 /person Children under 6 free Take out available
  • Oct 27 - Light Up the Lake

    Pancreatic cancer deaths are projected to surpass breast cancer deaths this year, making it the 3rd leading cause of all cancer deaths. We demand better. Craig’s Cause Pancreatic Cancer Society invites you to attend Light up the Lake 5km run/walk and/or our 2km kids run, on October 27th, 2019 at Rockwood Park. Participants meet at the Pavilion between 5pm-6pm. The kids fun run leaves at 6:15pm and the 5km run / walk leaves at 6:30pm. Registration includes drinks, snacks, light batons, headlamps and medals! For more information call 1-877-212-9582 or go to craigscause.ca LINK TO REGISTER: https://www.events.runningroom.com/site/16232/light-up-the-lake-2019-saint-john/ Contact Name: Stefanie Oldreive / Kate Elliott Phone: 1-877-212-9582 / 902-478- 3956 Email: craigscause@gmail.com
  • Oct 23 - 2019 Youth Empowerment Summit

    WESTERN VALLEY, N.B. - Western Valley Wellness Network members, in partnership with Anglophone West School District and Canadian Mental Health are pleased to welcome Woodstock Education Centre high school students and their advisors to “2019 Youth Empowerment Summit. The Summit will focus keynote and workshop sessions on Student Mental Wellness followed by an opportunity for students and staff advisors to brainstorm and plan: “ How can we support mental health in our school this school year?” Six students and a staff advisor from each of Saint Mary’s Academy, Tobique Valley High, John Caldwell and Southern Victoria High will meet for a day of learning and sharing on October 23, 2019 at Rodeway Inn, Ste Andre. The students will hear a keynote address from Mitch McMillan, retired RCMP Officer on Keys to Mental Wellness and a Mental Wellness Education presentation by Kaitee Stairs, Canadian Mental Health. Six students and a staff advisor from each of Carleton North High, Hartland Community, Woodstock High, Canterbury High and Nackawic High will meet for a day of learning and sharing on October 29, 2019 at Jacksonville United Baptist Church, Jacksonville. The students will hear a keynote address from Ronna Gauthier, Wellness Coordinator NBTA on Keys to Mental Wellness and a Mental Wellness Education presentation by Kaitee Stairs, Canadian Mental Health. At each summit day the students will then participate in 4 workshops: Teen Wellness & Sleep; Teen Wellness & Social Media; Teen Wellness & Healthy Relationships; Teen Wellness & Nutrition. At this time staff advisors will be treated to a self-care workshop and participate in a facilitated discussion on “Taking the Summit Back to their school: Planning a Mental Health Activity” FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Valerie Carmichael Chair, Western valley Wellness Schools Committee/ ASDW Community Schools Engagement Coordinator, Valerie.carmichael@nbed.nb.ca, 506-323-8875 (cell)
  • Oct 24 - Fall Turkey Supper

    FALL TURKEY SUPPER St James United Church Thursday October 24 Sit down 4:30 – 6:30pm Drive Thru 4-6pm Cost $15 Adults/Kids $5/Family $40 328-6114 for home delivery
  • Oct 25 - Gospel Concert Fundraiser

    Gospel Concert Fundraiser Friday October 25 at 7pm Bath United Pentecostal Church, 278 Main Street, Bath, NB Host Pastor: Rev. Joe Hopkins Freewill offering will be received. All proceeds for Bannon Bible Camp. Everyone welcome.
  • Oct 26 - Free clothing giveaway

    Free clothing giveaway at Woodstock Baptist Church on Saturday Oct 26 from 8-12:00 pm.
  • Oct 26 - The McGuires Gospel Concert

    A Gospel Concert featuring "The McGuires" will be held at St. John's Anglican Church 3671 Route 540, Richmond Corner on October 26, beginning at 7:00p.m. Love offering to be received Light lunch to follow.
  • Oct 30 - Halloween Themed Memory Cafe

    Halloween Themed Memory Cafe St. Lukes Anglican Church Hall Wednesday, October 30, 12-2pm Educational presentation, light lunch, and entertainment!
  • Nov 7 - 100 Women Who Care meeting

    100 Women Who Care Western Valley's Next Meeting is 6:30pm Nov 7 @ Best Western Woodstock!! 100 Women Who Care is based on the simple concept of bringing together local women to make a large impact within their community. Our River Valley Chapter meets two times each year, on the first Thursdays of April and November. Each woman brings $100, to the meeting, to be donated to one of the three charities presenting that night. Therefore, 100 women x $100 = $10,000. We are looking to make the biggest local and immediate charitable impact we can. 100% of the proceeds go towards the winning charity that night.
  • Nov 14 - Furball Dinner and Auction

    The Carleton County Animal Shelter presents: Fur-ball dinner and auction on Thursday, November 14 from 6 to 9:30 pm at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 143 Charles Street, Woodstock. Tickets are $25 and must be purchased in advanced (to advise the caterer of the number) and are available at the shelter in Debec, Shur Gain, Vanity Flair, Saint John Valley Vet Services and from all board members. Buffet style dinner featuring beef, chicken and vegetarian lasagna, both live and silent auctions, door prizes and a 50/50 draw. Doors open at 5:15 pm along with the cash bar. Come out for a fun evening and to support a great cause!
  • Nov 16 - Debec Tuesday Quilters 11th Annual Snowflake Craft Bazaar

    Debec Tuesday Quilters 11th Annual Snowflake Craft Bazaar Saturday, November 16, 2019 9 am until noon United Church Hall (attached to United Church) in Debec, NB. (Close to the Fire Hall). Quilted items, knitting, candy, food table, wreaths, and many, many more items for sale. No admission fee. We serve tea/coffee with muffins/biscuits for a light snack. Proceeds will help them purchase materials for Comfort Quilts. All welcome and thank you for your continued support over the years.