Events

  • Sept 10 - Ride 4 Suicide Awareness

    2nd Annual Ride 4 Suicide Awareness September 10, 2022. Registration 9am – 10:30am. $20 per bike. The event will start at J&T Powersports, 156 Houlton Road, Woodstock at 11am. There will be a 50/50 draw, tickets on sale for $5 each or 3 for $10. All proceeds going to NB Military Resource Centre to support mental health. For more info call or text 506 425 1740 or email ride4suicideawareness@gmail.com
  • May 28 - Spring Fling

    Spring Fling featuring the Cunningham-Haines Band May 28 Amsterdam Inn $85.00 + HST + Eventbrite fees ticket includes dinner, live music and dance for ticket info, contact Amsterdam Inn Help Desk or Eventbrite
  • May 25 - Food Truck Fundraiser

    Woodstock Childcare Summer Kickoff Food Truck fundraiser Wednesday May 25 Y’s Men Parking Lot, on Connell Park Road 11-8pm A portion of proceeds going to Woodstock Childcare with costs of installing new playground equipment. Cash and Debit available.
  • Woodstock High School Concert schedule

    Woodstock High School Concert schedule WHS Music Program Spring Music at WHS After a two-and-a-half year break, LIVE PERFORMANCES ARE BACK AND IN FULL SWING at Woodstock High School. The annual Spring Concert will be taking place on Wednesday, May 25 in the McCain Community Theater at WHS at 7pm. This includes students in the Music Ten and Music 122 classes, the WHS Chamber Ensemble, WHS Jazz Combo, and the WHS Choir. Admission is by donation at the door, with proceeds going to support the music program at WHS. Also, musicians from WHS will be hosting a Coffee House on Tuesday, May 31 at 6:30 in the “Crush Area” at the high school. This will be an informal evening and will be featuring a variety of student performers including the Music Nine class, solos, small groups, and bands. Coffee, tea, and a variety of treats will be available! Admission is by donation.
  • 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. Our region is home to premium seafood - treasured here in the Maritimes and sought-after across the globe.
  • Ride 4 Suicide Awareness

    156 Houlton Rd, Woodstock, NB - Woodstock
    The 2nd annual Ride 4 Suicide Awareness will take place on Saturday September 10th, 2022. This date is also World Suicide Prevention Day. The ride will start and finish at J&T PowerSports in Woodstock. This year funds raised will go to New Brunswick Military Family Resource Centre to support mental health. Registration 9am to 10:30am $20 per bike. Start time 11 am.
  • May 28 - Lobsterfest Fundraiser

    Carleton Manor Foundation Lobsterfest Fundraiser Saturday May 28 Drive thru pick up at the Manor from 3-6pm. Alternate meal is apple braised pork. Lobster are between 1.75 and 2 pounds. Tickets are $100 with a tax receipt for 40.00. Includes salads roll and local cheesecake. Tickets are available at RE/MAX on Connell St and Covey Basics on Queen St
  • Yard Sale at Bannon Bible Camp

    Yard Sale at Bannon Bible Camp, 85 Jericho Road, Bannon, NB. Rain or Shine every weekend in May and June. Thursdays and Fridays 8am to 6pm; Saturdays 8am to Noon. Clothes hung on racks, Dishes, and many items too numerous to mention. All proceeds to Bannon Camp.
  • RMHC PJ Walk For Kids

    The PJ Walk for Kids, presented by Vogue Optical, is a family-oriented and fun community event that symbolizes the walk that families make together from the Ronald McDonald House to the IWK Health Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The 6th annual PJ Walk for Kids will take place on June 12th, 2022 virtually across the Maritimes. Participate with your friends and family, your school, your workplace, or by yourself!
  • Spring Garbage Pickup

    Spring cleaning and decluttering has begun! If you’re wondering about your special garbage collection dates for 2022, contact the Western Valley Regional Service Commission at 276-3610 or check out their Facebook page or website. They have the answers you need about special garbage collection dates and guidelines for what you can and can’t put to the curb. The Western Valley Regional Service Commission is here to help with your recycling and waste management needs in the western valley to keep our communities green and clean.
  • June 25 - Canterbury ATV Rally

    Annual Rec Committee ATV Rally in Canterbury June 25th Registration 9am – 11am at the Canterbury Community Center 21 Mill Street $10/person Prizes and a bbq on the trail.
  • River Valley Cancer Support Group Meetings

    River Valley Cancer Support Group Meetings meetings are now on the first Monday of the month at the Waterville Community Hall at 248 Estey Road, Waterville, NB starting at 7:00.being May 9th and June 6th. Meetings will cease for July and August and resume again in September. New members - "Welcome".
  • Household Glass Bottles & Jars Recycling Program

    Dropoff locations in the Western Valley: Crain's Bottle Depot, Lower Brighton P&S Redemption Centre, Perth-Andover Maple View Redemption Centre, Weaver Vail's Bottle Exchange, Woodstock CIEVA Recycling, Woodstock ACCEPTED: Grocery glass jars & bottles: jam, pickles, spaghetti sauce, instant coffee, glass ketchup bottles, olive oil, salsa, maple syrup, homemade wine bottles NOT ACCEPTED: Cookware, dishes, ceramic, window/door panes, vases, pyrex items, auto glass, tempered glass or unclean items No glass of any kind is accepted in your blue bin For more information, www.rsc12.ca
  • May 28 - Meductic ATV Rally

    Meductic ATV Rally May 28th Registration 9-11am at the Meductic Community Center $10/person BBQ and prizes at the halfway point
  • Storm Watch

    Cancellations in the Woodstock Area
  • Rotary Radio Bingo

    Every Wednesday Night 8p-9p on Pure Country 104
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