• What to do in Florenceville-Bristol

    There is always lots to do. Click on the link for details.
  • Alzheimer's Caregiver Support Group - Carleton Manor

    What: Alzheimer's caregiver support group Where: Carleton Manor in the adult day center When: the 3rd Monday of every month at 6pm Registration is mandatory, for information please contact: Tina Burns (506) 459-4280 1-800-664-8411
  • DunRoamin Stray and Rescue 50-50 Draw

    DunRoamin Stray and Rescue 50-50 Draw is back. You can purchase at: Perth Andover – Squeaky’s Bath – Mark’s the Spot Florenceville/Bristol – Mama Mia!, Florenceville Irving, NB Liquor and Glenn’s Grocery Riverbank – DunRoamin Stray and Rescue Hartland – Nevers Pharmacy Woodstock – Benjamin Moore Payment by cash, cheque, credit or debit. E-Transfer is not available at this time TO check on your weeks paid, or any information contact
  • Survival Al-Anon Group Meetings

    Survival Al Anon Group meets at the Woodstock Baptist Church, Wednesday evenings at 7:00. For more information please phone 328-6122
  • Donations to Military Museum

    Carleton County Military specialist Aaron Bouma is seeking items to start a military museum. Looking for, helmets, uniforms, insignia, kits, bags, medals, rifles, etc. WWI, WWII, Cold War, etc. For more info, email
  • Seniors Meal Delivery

    Good day followers. The Florenceville Kin Club is looking for 100 Yes 100 seniors that NEED the help of a meal delivery every Saturday for 25 weeks. They are looking to cook and deliver a hot meal for 100 seniors in our service district which would be the Northern Carleton service district. If you know of any seniors that could benefit from this service please private message Jody Foster or Claudeen Burtt their name and phone # so they can contact them. Thank you in advance for your help. For more info follow Florenceville Kin Club on Facebook.
  • Face Masks Mandatory at AYR Motor Centre

    Face Masks Mandatory at AYR Motor Centre Effective Monday, August 31st, 2020 [Woodstock, NB August 2020] —The AYR Motor Centre will require Face Masks to be worn in all public areas effective, Monday, August 31, 2020. These areas include: Lobby areas: hallways, washrooms and stairwells Canteen service area and Carter Asbell Memorial Viewing Area Pool: hallway, locker rooms, deck area and mezzanine Arena: Ice surface perimeter, spectator seating and dressing rooms Fieldhouse: mask must be worn up until the point you enter your rental space Rooms: mask must be worn up until the point you enter your rental space Patrons will not be required to wear a mask once on the walking track, while in the Tim’ Hortons wellness centre, or on the arena ice surface, but 6 feet social distancing is required.
  • Heart & Stroke Foundation of NB Bingo

    Pick up your cards at any Circle K location or independent retailers for The Heart and Stroke Foundation of New Brunswick Bingo. Bingo is streamed online every Monday at 7pm beginning October 19th. For more information visit heart-and-stroke-nb-bingo-dot-c-a!!
  • Hayward House Community Christmas Dinner

    Hayward House is getting ready for the holiday season with fundraising for their annual community holiday dinner. Looking for donations for silent auction and monetary donations to fund the Christmas dinner. The dinner will be December 10th. For more information, contact or phone 506-328-0882 or phone Kimmy Linder 325-8184, Stephanie Demerchant 612-0076