Events

  • Tides and Tables

    Join CTV, and our seafood industry partners, as we present a series focused on the taste, tradition, and technology found within our coastal economy.
  • Autism Connections Fredericton Online Auction

    The Board of Autism Connections Fredericton invites everyone to participate in their Virtual Auction, simply by going on line to autismconnectionsfredericton.com/auction, registering and bidding. Over 50 articles to bid on, more added daily, will end June 1. Great prizes for everyone such as snow blower, birthday party at the Centre, Food for a Party of 15, dishes, pictures, gift certificates. Visit daily and Bid. There is also a site to show your support by donating financially. Greg Forsythe Director 454-5427
  • Greener Village Rain Barrel Fundraiser

    Greener Village Rain Barrel fundraiser, deadline to order 55 gallon rain barrel is May 21st. Go to rainbarrel.ca/greenervillage. Includes all connectors. Pick up May 29th.
  • Gibson Memorial United Yard Sale Fundraiser

    Gibson Memorial United Church, 183 Gibson St.will be hosting a YARD SALE & Bake Sale on Saturday, June 5th, 8 a.m. – 12 noon. Rain or Shine and Covid protocols will be followed.
  • York Care Centre 10th Annual Golf Fore Care Charity Tournament

    10th Annual Golf Fore Care Charity Tournament -Thursday, June 10, 2021 -Fredericton Golf Club -In support of the York Care Centre This fabulous event will include a scramble format with 100+ golfers, a dinner, player gifts, raffle prizes - and much, much more! For team registration or sponsorship info, email info@yorkfoundation.ca
  • Brain Tumour Walk 2021

    Register, fundraise and walk your way at https://braintumourwalk.ca/. On June 27, 2021, join us for our live-streamed opening ceremonies and gather a group of family and friends to #EndBrainTumours. Our Brain Tumour Walk Program is our largest fundraising event and raises money to fund brain tumour research, support services, trusted information, and advocacy to help brain tumour patients and survivors live longer, better, and with hope. Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is the only national, not-for-profit organization dedicated to reaching every Canadian affected by any type of brain tumour through support, education, and research. Date: June 27, 2021 (all-day event) Contact Information: Name: Julie TerVrugt Title: Walk Engagement and Events Associate, Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada Email address: jtervrugt@braintumour.ca Phone: 1-800-265-5106 ext. 250 / local 519-642-7755 Link to Register: https://braintumourwalk.ca/
  • Beaverbrook Art Gallery Artistica Summer Camps

    Looking for an art experience for your children this summer? The Beaverbrook Art Gallery summer camps will be held in the new education centre at the Gallery following all Covid safety guidelines. June 28 - July 2 Chickadees Ages 5 -8 (4 days) Roadtrip season! See the landmarks and attractions of the collection: create portraits, landscapes, and sculptures that explore identity in New Brunswick. July 5 - 9 Storytellers Ages 9-12 Get dramatic! Tell your tallest tales with murals, maquette constructions, masks, and book-making. Record a soundscape for a sculpture! July 12 - 16 Chipmunks Ages 5-8 The world is your playground! Make a mini circus, build a maze, play with printmaking, and create a puppet. July 19-23 Inventors Ages 9-12 Experiment with materials and make lucky mistakes! Discover the mysteries of creative invention: create cartoons, stop-motion animation, kinetic sculpture, and tie-dye. July 26 - 30 Adventurers Ages 5-12 Explore inner worlds! Make pastel portraits from photos, design your own super hero capes and masks, and build a shadow box of collaged and drawn worlds. For more information: http://beaverbrookartgallery.org/en/learn/artistica-summer-camps or email education@beaverbrookartgallery.org
  • Fredericton SPCA Animal Camp

    Fredericton SPCA's Animal Camp is back! This in-person day camp, hosted at The Ville, is perfect for the animal lover in your family. Campers will get to learn more about animals by doing activities, playing games, and meeting shelter pets. You can expect presentations focused on animal welfare, virtual special guests and their pets, a behind the scenes virtual shelter tour, and most of all to have FUN! Each week of camp is $175 and is paid before the first day of camp. A four day week is $140. Email our Education Coordinator, Madison, at fspca.education@gmail.com to register or more info! Dates Ages 6-8: July 12-16 July 26-30 Aug. 9-13 Aug. 23-26 (4 day week) Ages 9-12 July 19-23 Aug. 3-6 (4 day week) Aug. 16-20"