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Fredericton

May 5th Asian Heritage Month Official Launch When: Tuesday, May 5th Where: Chickadee Hall, Fredericton Public Library, 12 Carleton Street Time: 12:00-1:00 PM Asian Heritage Month opens on May 5 with the official launch of the ExplorAsians Exhibition. Join us for welcoming remarks from government officials and community leaders, cultural performances, and a reception.

May 5-31 ExplorAsians Exhibition When: May 5-31 Where: Fredericton Public Library Gallery, 12 Carleton Street Time:
Monday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Thursday 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
   The first Asian immigrants in New Brunswick were ‘Syrians’ arriving in thethe 1880s from present-day Lebanon. From humble beginnings as peddlers traveling the back roads of rural NB, Lebanese Canadians quickly established themselves as fixtures of local enterprise and in all aspects of civic life. Learn what drew the Lebanese to "Amerka" in the late 19th Century, how the Ibrahims became the O'Briens, and how New Brunswick's modern Lebanese population relates to its identity as Canadians of Lebanese origin.

May 9, Live Stand-up Comedy and DJ Purdy's Lounge presents Steve Mazan with James Uloth. Hosted by Troy Haines. Saturday, May 9 at 8:30pm Tickets will be on sale soon at the Delta Fredericton or you can order now online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1456760

May 12th 'Celebrating the New World' part of the 'Bravo series' by Symphony New Brunswick. Tuesday May 12th 7:30PM at the Fredericton Playhouse Wednesday May 13th 7:30PM at the Imperial Theatre in Saint John

Saturday May 23, National Movement to End Brain Tumours Hugh John Flemming Forestry Centre 2.5km or 5km walk or fun-run Registration opens at 9:30 am Activities and Entertainment begins at 10:00 am www.springsprint.ca

May 23rd Film Project on the NB Lebanese Community When: May 23rd Where: Fredericton Playhouse Time: 7 PM As a complement to our Exhibition, we’re excited to partner with local filmmaker Alex Vietinghoff to produce a short documentary on the Lebanese community in New Brunswick. Watch and learn more about the diverse histories that make up the complex Canadian identity. We'll be showing the film at our Gala night and at separate screenings (to be announced). Alex Vietinghoff is a Fredericton-born documentary filmmaker and video editor. He studied journalism at St. Thomas University and works full-time at Outreach Productions. Alex loves telling stories in the visual medium and is excited to tell that of the local Lebanese community.

May 23rd Asian Heritage Month Cultural Gala When: May 23rd Where: Fredericton Playhouse Time: 7 PM You won’t want to miss this year’s Gala, featuring special guests Troupe Layalina from Montréal. You’ll be treated to an energetic showcase of Lebanese and Middle Eastern dance – dabké, bellydancing, whirling dervishes, and more. Local performers will mix it up with dance and music from China, Korea, the Philippines, India, Iran, and Nepal. As well, the evening will include a showing of our Lebanese film project.

June 26th and 27th 'Taste of Asia' Food Workshop When: June 26th and 27th Where: MCAF Cultural Expressions Festival, Officer Square Time: TBD In partnership with the Multicultural Association of Fredericton, AHSNB will hold interactive Asian food demos in Officer Square during the Cultural Expressions Festival.

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Hillsborough

FREE Community Playgroup in HILLSBOROUGH Attention Parents & Caregivers of children under 6! The Greater Moncton Family Resource Centre offers an Community Outreach Playgroup in Hillsborough. The playgroup is free and open to anyone caring for children 0-6 years old ... Moms, Dads, grandparents; caregivers. There is no advance registration required. It is a drop in program and the calendar includes musical morning, active kids, crafts, reading, along with free play and an opportunity for caregivers to chat with others. Please join us every Thursday morning 9:30-11:30. It's held at Hillsborough Baptist Church, 26 Braam Crescent, off Salem Road. Please bring indoor shoes and a healthy snack for yourself and your child(ren). Please spread the word! You can follow playgroup planned activities on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hillsboroughplaygroup

    The Moncton-Dieppe Centre is one of 13 Family Resource Centres in New Brunswick. Our project was established in 1995 and operates under the Community Action Program for Children. The organization is funded mainly by The Public Health Agency of Canada, partly by the provincial goverment, Department of Education and Early childhood since 2008. Our mission is to offer families with children 0-6, free educational and recreational activities to assist parents in their role and promote healthy family living in a secure and respectful environment. We operate under an inclusive philosophy, which aims to support all families including families with particular needs.

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Minto

May 2nd,The Divorcees Perform a Musical Tribute to the Outlaws Minto, NB at the arena. Doors open at 7:30 pm, show starts at 8 pm. Tickets are $22 with an early bird price of $20. Ticket information can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10155327538730165&l=ba7386ee68
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Moncton

May 11th 'Celebrating the New World' part of the 'Bravo series' by Symphony New Brunswick. Monday May 11th 7:30PM at the Capitol Theatre in Moncton

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Norton

May 3, Bluegrass, Gospel and Old Time music Show The Douthwright's will be playing the Norton Hall Sunday May 3rd at 2pm. Canteen available. Cost is $10 at the door. Children 12 and under are free. Contact The Douthwright's bluegrass on Facebook for more details.

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Rothesay

Sunday May 31st, Symphony New Brunswick presents the 'Cadenza series' featuring Suzie Leblanc

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Saint John

Apr EAST BRANCH LIBRARY: ADDULT PROGRAMS (APRIL). East Branch Library, 545 Westmorland Road. Classic Film Tuesday Apr 07: 6:30 pm. Scent of a Woman (Rated 13+), with free popcorn & pop! Sunset Cinema A relaxing movie evening for adults on Wed, Apr 08 @ 6:30 pm, with free snacks! Showing Friends with Kids (Rated 13+) Intro to iPads Come get acquainted with your iPad, or try one of ours! Fri, Apr 10 @ 2:30 pm & Tue, Apr 21: 6:30 pm. E-Reader Info Session Bring your own device! Tue, Apr 14 @ 6:30 pm. 3-D Printer Program Come check out the new SJFPL 3-D printer! Wed, Apr 15 @ 10:30 am. Social Networking Session Learn to use Facebook, Twitter, & more! Wed, Apr 22 @ 6:30 pm Introduction to Facebook Get acquainted with the original social network! Fri, Apr 24 @ 2:30 pm. Graphic Novel Club Sat, Apr 25 @ 11:00 am. Discussing Houdini the Handcuff King by Jason Lutes. Knit & Crochet Club Tue, Apr 28 at 2:00 pm. Beginner’s welcome! Seniors Café Wed, Apr 29: 10:30 am. Casual conversation & refreshments. Book Club for Adults Thu, Apr 30, 2:30 pm. Discussing A Complicated Kindness by Miriam Toews Contact Phone: 506-643-7250

Apr EAST BRANCH LIBRARY: CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS (APRIL). East Branch Library, 545 Westmorland Road. Family Drop In Table Available anytime the library is open. Stop in to view our new theme each week! Preschool Story Time Every Thursday from 10:30-11:00 am. Enjoy fun books, play games & make a cool craft to take home! Babies in the Library Every Friday from 10:00-10:30 am. Pre-registration is required. Children’s Easter Program Sat, Apr 04 @ 2:30pm. Drop by for fun Easter crafts! Big Boy & Girl Heading to Gr. K Event Grab your parents and “Welcome to Kindergarten” bag for this fun event on Sat, Apr 11 @ 10:30 am. Safety Super-Heroes Team! Play cool, interactive house activities to keep grandparents safe from falls. Sat, Apr 18 from 10:30-11:30 am. Lego-Palooza Sat, Apr 25. All day drop in for children and families Contact Phone: 506-643-7250

Mon Apr 20 NB COMPETITIVE FESTIVAL OF MUSIC (APR 20-May 02). Various venues in Saint John. The 79th New Brunswick Competitive Festival of Music begins on April 20th through until May 2nd. Each day performers will compete in the following venues: Portland United Church (Vocal & Musical Theatre); Carleton-Kirk United Church (Strings); St. Mark's United Church (Piano & Community Choirs); Saint John High School (School Choirs & Orchestras); Harbour View High School (Bands); Bayside Middle School (Elementary School Choirs). All sessions are open to the public. Admission: $5 daily pass will allow you to enjoy any of the performances. For more information contact the Festival Administrator (506) 647-0253 or visit our website: www.nbfestivalofmusic.ca Contact Phone: 5066470253

Thu Apr 23-25 SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS. Saint Rose School, 700 Manawagonish Road. Thu, Apr 23: 6:30 pm; Fri, Apr 24: 6:30 pm; Sat, Apr 25: 2:00 pm. Presented by Saint Rose School (K-5). Adults: $5t / Children $3 / Family of 5: $15. Tickets go on sale in early April. Please call the school directly at Contact Phone: (506)658-5364

Sat Apr 25 BOWL FOR KIDS SAKE 2015. Fairview Bowling Lanes, 87 Lansdowne Avenue. 10:00 am-7:00 pm. It’s “Saturday Night Fever” Saint John! • Teams consist of 4 to 6 players / • Choose a 90-minute bowling time / • Have a great time “out on the Disco floor”! / • Trivia and prizes! / • Practice your “Bus Stop”, “The Funky Chicken” and “The Hustle”! / • Each participant must raise a minimum of $100 to be eligible for prizes! / • All ages welcome! Everyone wants to be a Disco Star! Join us & Honorary Chair, Minister Ed Doherty. Event Website and Fundraising Tool! http://saintjohn.kintera.org/bfks Call (506) 635-1145 to register and get your team kit! Funds raised by this event go directly to: -The costs of recruiting, screening and training volunteers, -Matching them with children in need of a mentor and; -The ongoing stringent supervision of these matches. Contact Phone: 506-635-1145

Sat Apr 25 PETE PAQUETTE: ELVIS - THE MOMENTS. Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South. 7:30 pm. Featuring The Rockin' Royals with The Tonettes. Tickets available at the Imperial Theatre Box Office. (506) 674-4100. www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca Visit www.paquetteproductions.com for more information.

Sat Apr 25 BIG SPRING CLEAN CLOTHING DRIVE. 156 Westmorland Road. 12:00 noon-2:00 pm. NBACL is hosting a Big Spring Clean Clothing Drive in support of children and adults with an intellectual disability and their families. Please stop by and donate your unwanted clothing and household items to be entered to win Value Village gift certificates, receive coupons to go shopping, and enjoy a glass of lemonade. For more information please call (506) 642-5511. Contact Phone: 5066425511

Sat Apr 25 APRIL MILLS JUNIOR STAR CONCERT. Portland United Church, 50 Newport Crescent. 6:30 pm. This concert showcases the best of the best chosen by the adjudicators throughout the week. Advance Tickets: Adults $8. Students $5 Family of 2 adults & 2 or more children $20 (available at all venues and Veronica's Music Store, 18 Exmouth Street. At the Door: Adults $10 Students $5 Family of 2 Adults & 2 or more children $25. Contact Phone: (506) 647-0253

Sat Apr 25 JAMES PATRICK COLLINS CELTIC FEST. Stone Church, Carleton Street. “James Patrick Collins Celtic Fest": Interested in learning Irish music on the tin whistle, bodhran, or fiddle, or kicking up your heels by learning Irish set dancing or traditional sean nos…Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 25 and come out for a day of workshops and an evening Ceili. For more information and a full listing of workshop times contact Adam at (506) 654-2217 or visit James Patrick Collins Celtic Fest on Facebook. This event is sponsored by Comhaltas Saint John, a branch of a non-profit worldwide organisation promoting and preserving traditional Irish music and culture.” Contact Phone: 506 849 2680

25 April Saturdays 10am-4pm: Explorer Saturdays at the NBM – April Showers! Regular admission. Usher in spring with activities at the NBM all month long! Learn all about the plants and animals that thrive as the temperatures rise! Explorer Saturday activities include art instruction, hands-on discovery tours, crafts, cooking and more! (Bilingual).

Sun Apr 26 IT'S A GIRL THING (THE ORIGINAL SINCE 2003). Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza. 1:00-4:00 pm. Renew your spirit & capture your imagination at "it's a Girl Thing the Original since 2003!" Eclectic exhibitors collected with women in mind. Gather your Mom, Sister, Aunt Co-worker & BFF to this Wow fundraiser! Receive tips on everything from skincare, interior decorating, a walk-around fashion show, gardening, cooking, purses, jewellry & so much more! Live music, door prizes, cake, samplings, just too much fun awaits you. $6 cover goes to Romero House & Saint John Vineyard Church Food Pantry & Outreach Program. Contact Phone: 506-672-9007

Mon Apr 27 RETRO FILM: SINGIN' IN THE RAIN. Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South. 7:00 pm. Part of the Retro Film Series. www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca (506) 674-4100. Contact Phone: (506) 674-4100

Wed Apr 29 JOEL PLASKETT EMERGENCY. Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South. 7:30 pm. Tour in support of Joel's new album, 'The Park Avenue Sobriety Test', available March 17th. www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca (506) 674-4100. Contact Phone: (506) 674-4125

30 April Thursday 2-4pm: Author Book Talk and Signing at the NBM: Wildflowers of New Brunswick. Free admission. Join author Todd Boland for a book talk and signing of his publication Wildflowers of New Brunswick. The book is a guide to 700 species of wildflowers in New Brunswick. A series of page tabs and icons along with full colour photos offers easy identification of wild plants. Todd Boland is the Research Horticulturist at the Memorial University of Newfoundland Botanical Garden and is one of the founding members of the Newfoundland and Labrador Wildflower Society. He is the author of Wildflowers of Nova Scotia, Trees and Shrubs of the Maritimes, and Trees and Shrubs of Newfoundland and Labrador. (In English)

Thu Apr 30 UNB SAINT JOHN 50TH ANNIVERSARY GALA DINNER. Hans W. Klohn Commons, UNB Saint John campus. 6:30 pm. Join members, and friends, of the UNB community as we celebrate UNB Saint John's 50th Anniversary with a gala dinner. Proceeds from the dinner will support the UNB Saint John 50th Anniversary Scholarship. http://www.unb.ca/saintjohn/vp/50th-anniversary/ Contact Phone: (506) 648-5697

30 April Thursdays 6:30-8pm: Heritage Crafting Evenings: April is Cross Stitch. Free in NBM Foyer. Small fee of $2 per project, or bring your own supplies. Don’t miss these evenings of friendship and fun. Ages 14 to adult. (Bilingual)

Thu Apr 30 FREE BEGINNERS LICENSE SEMINAR. 3rd fl., 165 Union Street. 6:00-8:00 pm. Learning to Drive Soon? Try Atlantic Driving Academy’s Free Learners Permit Seminar. Join us for our free 2 hour seminar designed to help prepare you to pass your Provincial Beginners Permit Test. We will review the Driver’s Handbook section by section, test your knowledge, and provide answers to all your questions. It’s interactive, fun and a great way to ensure you have the basics covered, even if you think you are ready. To register, call us at (506) 658-0234 or email saintjohn@atlanticdrivingacademy.com Bring your Driver’s Handbook or you can purchase a copy at any Service NB location. You can find us at www.atlanticdrivingacademy.com Contact Phone: 506-658-0234

Fri May 01 A TRIBUTE TO DAVE BRUBECK: REMI BOLDUC JAZZ. Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South. 8:00 pm. The late great Dave Brubeck and his quartet gave us one of jazz’s most remembered pieces, Take Five from the 1959 album Time Out. If you’re not sure you know it, look it up on YouTube and within twenty seconds you’ll be saying, “Oh, of course, Take Five.” Brubeck’s music for many defines “cool jazz” and over the course of his seventy year career he was featured on the cover of Time magazine, inducted into the California Hall of Fame and had an asteroid belt named after him. When Brubeck became a Kennedy Center Honoree, President Barack Obama said, “You can’t understand America without understanding jazz, and you can’t understand jazz without understanding Dave Brubeck.” This season at the Imperial some of Montreal’s best jazz musicians under the leadership of one of Canada’s finest saxophonists, jazz scholars and band leaders, Remi Bolduc, will bring Brubeck’s music to life. www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca (506) 674-4100. Contact Phone: (506) 674-4100

Fri May 01 SPRING FUNDRAISING DINNER - MARGARITAVILLE! Saint John Trade & Convention Centre, 1 Market Sq. Doors open: 5:30 pm. Dinner: 7:00 pm. 14th Annual Spring Fundraising Dinner -Margaritaville, presented by the Loch Lomond Villa Foundation.Lobster Dinner & Buffet. Tickets:.$120 each (tax receipt). Eliminator Draw: Win 2 VIP Tickets to see Jimmy Buffet Live in Concert (3 day concert package, includes transportation & accomodations courtesy of Collins Tours! Live Auction. Silent Auction. 50/50 Draw. (506) 643-7110 foundation@lochlomondvilla.com http://www.lochlomondvilla.com/

Fri May 01 ASIAN HERITAGE ART EXHIBIT (MAY 2015: MONTH LONG) Saint John & Kennebacasis Valley Public Libraries. May 1 - 31, Saint John and Kennebacasis Valley Free Public Libraries For more information, please visit our website at www.ahsnb.org or call (506) 642-1219. Contact Phone: (506) 642-1219

Fri May 01 23RD MARCO POLO QUILT & FIBRE SHOW (MAY 01 & 02). NB Museum, 1 Market Square. Fri, May 01: 9:00 am-5:00 pm; Sat, May 02: 10:00 pm-5:00 pm. Admission: $6/person and $14/family. Includes: Small Articles Table; Quilts for Sale; Quilt Raffle; Bag Challenge for Charity; Vendors; & Complimentary Refreshments.

Fri May 01 FUNDY LIBRARY REGION ANNUAL BOOK SALE. Market Square, 1 Market Square. Fri, 01 May: 10:00 am-8:00 pm; Sat, 02 May: 10:00 am-3:00 pm. The 28th annual Fundy Library Region Book Sale. Thousands of books from across the Region are collected and sorted. The sale features items for all ages; from books, magazines, movies and music – plus activities for kids, and fun for the entire family! Profits from the Book Sale are used to purchase new materials for the 10 public libraries in the Fundy Library Region. Pickers, collectors, and people looking to expand their personal libraries will find bargains galore: one dollar can buy you a hard cover book, or 3 paperbacks, or 3 childrens’ books, or 3 magazines, or 3 discs! Specialty items, found in our Prestige section will be individually priced. Contact Phone: (506) 643-7230

2, 9, 16, 23, and 30 May Saturdays 10am-4pm: Explorer Saturdays at the NBM – Magnificent Museums! Regular admission. Celebrate the magnificent collections of the NBM. Get introduced to some of the people who created the foundation of this extraordinary collection through storytelling and hands-on activities. Explorer Saturday activities include art instruction, hands-on discovery tours, crafts, cooking and more! (Bilingual).

Sat May 02 THE RETURN OF HYPNOTIST CYRUS! Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South. 8:00 pm. After his 2013 mesmerizing and highly popular performance at the Imperial Theatre, Hypnotist Cyrus triumphantly returns to Saint John NB. Be part of the action, as Cyrus enchants audiences with a one-of-a-kind mind-blowing Hypnosis performance. CTV Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opLw1yzv5-Y Promo Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbajOH0kDtg&feature=youtu.be Testimonials: http://www.masterhypnotistcyrus.com/testimonials Niagara Falls Rev Publishing Magazine Article “Canada’s stage hypnosis King” http://www.masterhypnotistcyrus.com/img/news/Newspapers050.jpg www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca (506) 674-4100. Contact Phone: 506 962 3296

Sat May 02 FOUNDERS NIGHT GALA CONCERT. Saint John High School Auditorium. 7:00 pm. This concert will showcase the best of the best chosen by the adjudicators all week. At the end of the concert the Stars will be chosen along with other numerous awards being presented. Tickets available at the Door, Veronica’s Music and Festival Venues. Adults: $10 Students: $5 Family (2 Adults & 2 or more children): $30. Contact Phone: (506) 647-0253

Sat May 02 GARDEN OF DREAMS. Kennebecasis Valley High School, Quispamsis. 9:30 am-3:00 pm. Fundy Gardeners “Garden of Dreams” garden seminars and trade show. Speakers: Dr. Kate Frego: “Leaves: The Power behind the Flower”; Neville McKay: “Floral Arrangements” and Todd Boland: “Wildflowers of New Brunswick”. Book launch, raffles and door prizes. Tickets $20. Includes am and noon refreshments. Contact: pat.mcgill@bellaliant.net or call (506) 849-4353 or jan.wilshaw@gardener.com or call (506) 849 6401. Contact Phone: (506) 847-5631

Sat May 02 BIG BREAKFAST. Quispamsis Lions Club 8:00-11:00 am. Big Breakfast is a fundraiser by the Quispamsis Lions Club. The Breakfast includes, scramble eggs, toast, home fries, baked beans, pancakes, bacon, sausages, coffee, tea, and assorted juices all for $7 per person. This fundraiser to support local community projects. Contact Phone: 506 849-6518

Sun May 03 WELCOME WAGON FAMILY EVENT. Legion Branch # 69, Wilson Street, West. 1:00-4:00 pm. Free Admission, free gifts, door prizes, guest speakers for the expecting and new parents with children up to the age of 6. There will be vendors displaying and selling their products along with entertainment for the children. Such as face painting, magic show, firetruck and visitors from Princess Parties by Mandi. Bring the whole family!! Please note: you do not have to live in Saint John to attend - all cities and towns are invited to attend. Please register at: www.saintjohnfamilyevent.ca Contact Phone: 506-608-4705

Sun May 03 ASIAN HERITAGE CELEBRATION - OPENING CEREMONY. Atrium of Market Square, 1 Market Square. 2:00-4:00 pm. For more information, please visit our website at www.ahsnb.org or call (506) 642-1219. Contact Phone: (506) 642-1219

Sun May 03 THE INTERNATIONAL AIDS CANDLELIGHT MEMORIAL. Cathedral, 91 Waterloo Street. 7:00 pm. An event to remember those who have died of AIDS, and to support those who are living with HIV. The evening will include performances by the Saint John String Quartet, Patricia Gallagher's Saint John High School Choir, and the Port City Dance Academy. Guest speaker will be Dr. Duncan Webster. Everyone is welcome! Contact Phone: (506)652-2437

Wed May 06 A DAY IN HER SHOES. Atrium of Market Square, 1 Market Square. 6:00-9:00 pm. An evening of glitz and glamour; tickets are now on sale! In support of the programs and services offered by CMHA of New Brunswick in Saint John. The evening will include Hors d’oeuvres, wine and beverages, silent auction, and an amazing raffle draw which includes a round trip for two in a sleeper cabin from Moncton to Montreal and a Wyndham Worldwide Resort Vacation Certificate! The fashion show will feature the latest spring merchandise from the stores at Market Square. Our guest speaker is Donna Craig - Wife, Mother and Mental Health Advocate. Her message of forgiveness and unconditional love is intriguing! Tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite at http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/a-day-in-her-shoes-2015-tickets-16415092985?aff=efbevent or at Manchester Shoe Salon, online at www.nb.cmha.ca or by calling (506) 633-1705. Contact Phone: (506) 633-1705 T

hu May 07 THIRD ANNUAL SPRING VARIETY CONCERT. Grace Presbyterian Church, 101 Coburg Street. 7:30 pm. In support of The Saint John Jewish Historical Museum. All of the musicians are from the Saint John area. The programme includes David Dow (clarinet), Van Burdon (cellist), Luan Salmon (soprano), Deantha Edmunds (soprano), Claire Driscoll (piano) ,The Rotary Kings District Honour Choir led by Dr. Kevin Langford, and the Cantabile Women’s Choir led by Gisele Roy. Master of Ceremonies will be Robert Selby. The pieces performed will include selections by Jewish composers: traditional, classical and modern. You will be able to experience the variety of Jewish and secular music. It is aimed at appealing to a broad range of musical interests. The entire proceeds will be used to further the activities of the Saint John Jewish Historical Museum in the summer of 2015. Tickets: $10, and can be purchased from Board members, the Saint John Jewish Historical Museum (506) 633-1833 / sjjhm@nbnet.nb.ca and the Imperial Theatre Box Office (506) 674-4100. Contact Phone: (506) 633-1833

Thu May 07 ASIAN HERITAGE FILM SERIES (MAY 7 & 23). Saint John Free Public Library, 1 Market Square. Thu, May 7 and Sat, May 23. Showing times to be announced by the Library. Asian Films Series featuring subject matter from Asian cultures. For more information, please visit our website at www.ahsnb.org or call us at (506) 642-1219. Contact Phone: (506) 642-1219

7 May Thursday 5:30pm – 6:30pm: Visit the School District Anglophone South Heritage Fair to view creative student projects celebrating local history. Regular Admission. At 6:30pm participate in the Awards ceremony in the Atrium of Market Square.

Fri May 08 THEATRE NL: WITH CRUEL TIMES IN BETWEEN. Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South. 8:00 pm. By SaraH McDonald, based on the writings of Al Pittman. A lyrical portrait of Newfoundland outport life, this play adapts the poems of Al Pittman into stories and songs that will bring smiles and tears to anyone who’s ever had to leave home. An ensemble cast of six wonderfully talented actors create a village and its many characters in Theatre Newfoundland Labrador’s signature theatrical style - with nothing more than a few chairs, some cloth, their bodies and their voices. Imperial audiences will be reminded of the fantastic production of Tempting Providence brought here by TNL in 2004. Created in 2011, With Cruel Times in Between has been performed from Fogo Island to Tasmania, and is wrapping up its 2015 tour here in New Brunswick. www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca (506) 674-4100. Family-friendly, Ages 12+ Contact Phone: (506) 674-4100

9, 16, 23, and 30 May Saturdays 10am-4pm: Explorer Saturdays at the NBM – Magnificent Museums! Regular admission. Celebrate the magnificent collections of the NBM. Get introduced to some of the people who created the foundation of this extraordinary collection through storytelling and hands-on activities. Explorer Saturday activities include art instruction, hands-on discovery tours, crafts, cooking and more! (Bilingual).

Sat May 09 ASIAN CULINARY WORKSHOP. St. John Stone Church, 87 Carleton Street. 11:00 am-2:00 pm. For more information, please visit our website at www.ahsnb.org or call (506) 642-1219. Contact Phone: (506) 642-1219

May 12th 'Celebrating the New World' part of the 'Bravo series' by Symphony New Brunswick. Tuesday May 12th 7:30PM at the Fredericton Playhouse Wednesday May 13th 7:30PM at the Imperial Theatre in Saint John

Tue May 12 SPRING BRIDGE & DESSERT FUNDRAISER. St. Paul's Anglican Church, 4 Church Av, Rothesay 1:00-4:00 pm. Fundraiser to help send youth to summer camps. This is our ACW's very popular bi-annual fundraiser and so phone our church office at (506) 847-1812 to reserve your table soon. Our price is still $12 a person and all that amount goes to camp placements.

Wed May 13 ASIAN WELLNESS & HEALTH - LUNCH & LEARN. Kennebacasis Valley Public Library, Quispamsis. 12:00 noon. For more information, please visit our website at www.ahsnb.org or call us at (506) 642-1219. Contact Phone: (506) 642-1219

Thu May 14 ASIAN HERITAGE - LUNCH & LEARN. West Branch Library, Lancaster Mall. 12:00 noon. Information, please visit our website at www.ahsnb.org or call us at (506) 642-1219. Contact Phone: (506) 642-1219

Sat May 16 ASIAN CULINARY WORKSHOP. Thai Pho, 165 Union Street. 11:00 am-2:00 pm. For more information, please visit our website at www.ahsnb.org or call (506) 642-1219. Contact Phone: (506) 642-1219

16, 23, and 30 May Saturdays 10am-4pm: Explorer Saturdays at the NBM – Magnificent Museums! Regular admission. Celebrate the magnificent collections of the NBM. Get introduced to some of the people who created the foundation of this extraordinary collection through storytelling and hands-on activities. Explorer Saturday activities include art instruction, hands-on discovery tours, crafts, cooking and more! (Bilingual).

Sat May 16 NATIONAL FIDDLING DAY. Harbour View High School, Douglas Avenue. 2:00 pm. Down East style fiddling made famous by Don Messer. Contact Phone: (506) 672-4697

Sun May 17 AMPHIBIAN ID WORKSHOP & NIGHT HIKE. Interpretation Centre, Rockwood Park. Workshop: 6:00 pm; Guided Hike: 7:00 pm. Join conservation biologist and educator Rachel Rommel for a family-friendly workshop and an evening nature walk to search for frogs and salamanders. Learn about the biology and conservation of this amazing group of animals, how to identify native species by sight and sound, and how individuals can participate in “citizen-science” by documenting calls and sightings. Bring a flashlight or headlamp if you wish to take part in the search after dark. Families and all who are interested in learning more about amphibians are invited to attend. Free to attend, but space is limited. Please call (506) 658-2883 or email connie.browne@saintjohn.ca to reserve a seat. Contact Phone: (506) 658-2883

Sun May 17 RAINBOW PEACE MARCH. Harbour Passage 2:00-4:00 pm. 2015 marks the 10th anniversary of the Rainbow Peace March in Saint John, commemorating the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. Meeting on the beautiful Harbour Passage at historic Fort LaTour site underneath the Saint John Harbour Bridge. Individuals, service organizations, school groups, GSAs and members & allies of the LGBTQ community meet for a period of reflection and to honour this year's Champion Against Homophobia and Transphobia. Followed by a walk along Harbour Passage to King Street, King's Square and ending at Peel Plaza for light refreshments and fellowship. NOTE: School colours and/or rainbow colours, flags and your organization's banner are all welcome and encouraged. Dress in layers! It can be cool along the harbour at this time of year. For more information: contact Mack.MacKenzie@nb.sympatico.ca or call (506)648-9227. Contact Phone: 506-648-9227

18 May Monday 12pm-5pm: International Museums Day. Free admission. Participate in NBM Explorer Day activities all day, celebrating the magnificent collections of the NBM. Get introduced to some of the people who created the foundation of this extraordinary collection through storytelling and hands-on activities. (Bilingual).

Mon May 18 LOYALIST DAY COMMEMORATIONS. Market Square and Uptown Saint John. 10:00 am. The public is invited to celebrate the arrival of our city's Loyalist founders on May 18th, 1783 and the incorporation of our city on the same day in 1785. This year's ceremony features Saint Mary's Band and speeches by notable dignitaries. Members of the United Empire Loyalist Association of Canada will be in period dress and City of Saint John's birthday cake will be cut and served following the ceremony. The festivities begin at 10:00 am with a concert in the Market Square Atrium. Following the ceremony, join the 3rd Field Artillery Regiment (The Loyal Company) on Pugsley Wharf at 12:00 noon for the firing of the 21-gun salute. A long-time tradition in the Loyalist City, Saint John is the only non-capital city in Canada that can have such a salute without the presence of royalty, a privilege granted to us in commemoration of the significance of the Loyalists. The Loyalist House and New Brunswick Museum will provide free admission in the afternoon. Contact Phone: (506) 632-3485

Wed May 20 ASIAN WELLNESS & HEALTH - LUNCH & LEARN. Saint John Free Public Library, 1 Market Square. 12:00 noon. For more information, please visit our website at www.ahsnb.org or call (506) 642-1219. Contact Phone: (506) 642-1219

Thu May 21 WORKSHOP: DEVELOPING YOUR EXPORT PLAN. Hilton Saint John, Market Square. 9:00 am-12:00 noon. Hosted by the Saint John Region Chamber of Commerce and Entreprise Saint John. You’ve done the analysis, you’ve made the decision: Your company is headed to the next level by going global and your Export Plan will show you how to get there! Why an Export Plan? Venturing into a foreign market is challenging in itself. Having a well-considered export plan greatly enhances your chances of success and minimizes the risk of incurred losses to your company. In this half-day workshop, participants will learn the elements of a sound export plan and take the initial steps towards laying down the plan’s foundation. The workshop will be led by Janice Goguen and Francis Bourque, of Nufocus Strategic Group. For more information or to register, please contact: Katie at the Saint John Region Chamber of Commerce at kgribbons@thechambersj.com Deadline to register: May 14, 2015. Contact Phone: (506) 343-3273

22 May Friday 4pm-6pm: Gallery Hop. Free admission. Start the Gallery Hop at the New Brunswick Museum, with the temporary exhibition 2014 Lieutenant Governor’s Award of Excellence in Architecture. (Bilingual)

23, and 30 May Saturdays 10am-4pm: Explorer Saturdays at the NBM – Magnificent Museums! Regular admission. Celebrate the magnificent collections of the NBM. Get introduced to some of the people who created the foundation of this extraordinary collection through storytelling and hands-on activities. Explorer Saturday activities include art instruction, hands-on discovery tours, crafts, cooking and more! (Bilingual).

Sat May 23 ASIAN HERITAGE – FAMILY CRAFTERNOON (MAY 23). Kennebecasis Valley Public Library, Quispamsis. 2:00 pm. For more information, please visit our website at www.ahsnb.org or call us at (506) 642-1219. Contact Phone: (506) 642-1219

Sun May 24 ASIAN HERITAGE GALA. Dennis Knibb Auditorium, Saint John High School. 7:00 pm. Saint John High School, 170–200 Prince William Street. For more information, please visit our website at www.ahsnb.org or call (506) 642-1219. Contact Phone: (506) 642-1219

Mon May 25 RETRO FILM: CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND. Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South. 7:00 pm. Part of the Retro Film Series. www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca (506)_ 674-4100. Contact Phone: (506) 674-4100

Wed May 27 TIMBER! Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South. 7:30 pm. When was the last time a circus actually made you hold your breath? Timber is a heart-stopping thrill ride combining modern cirque with an old-fashioned lumberjack contest. That's right - this show celebrates the traditional life of the lumberjack with daring feats involving axes, whipsaws - and the family outhouse. All to the accompaniment of gorgeous French-Canadian folk songs performed by multi-talented musicians. This small company from Saint-Alphonse-Rodriquez developed this show on their real-life family farm and has spent the last few years performing in Europe, the UK and China. In partnership with our friends at L'Arc'f, and with due consideration for the floors and fixtures, Imperial is incredibly excited to bring this act to Saint John. www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca (506) 674-4100. Family-friendly Ages 8+ Contact Phone: (506) 674-4100

Thu May 28 DIVINE DIVAS PRESENTS STUDIO 54 GIRLS NIGHT OUT! Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South. 7:00 pm. Uptown Dance Party! Bring your girlfriends and come out for a night of Dance and Good times! Presented by Noreen Russell & Kim Legge of Royal LePage. All Proceeds to benefit Imperial Theatre. Door Prize: A trip to New York City. Specialty drinks. Silent Auction. Tickets are $100 with tax receipt of $60. www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca (506) 674-4100. Contact Phone: (506)849-6299

30 May Saturday 10am-4pm: Explorer Saturdays at the NBM – Magnificent Museums! Regular admission. Celebrate the magnificent collections of the NBM. Get introduced to some of the people who created the foundation of this extraordinary collection through storytelling and hands-on activities. Explorer Saturday activities include art instruction, hands-on discovery tours, crafts, cooking and more! (Bilingual).

Sun May 31 WALK FOR ALZHEIMERS. Wolastoq Park, West Saint John. 12:00 noon-4:00 pm. Registration beginning at 12:00 noon. Choose one of two locations! Wolastoq Park, Saint John NB & Rothesay Common, Rothesay NB. Register Online and Start Fundraising today for your chance to win the Grand Prize of a Gift of Flight...Two tickets to any WestJet destination! www.walkforalzheimers.ca Online Early Bird Prize – For every $250 raised before April 30th you will be entered in to win a trip for two from Moncton to Montreal courtesy of Via Rail! To register and to obtain your pledge form contact: Alzheimer Society of Saint John, 152 Westmorland Rd., Saint John NB, E2J 2E7 saintjohn@alzheimernb.ca (506) 634 8722. Contact Phone: 5066348722

Sun May 31 BACH AT 330 (1685-2015). Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Rothesay. 3:30 pm. Michael Molloy, Organ. Free-will offering. Limited gallery seating available. Sun May 31 BACH AT 330 (1685-2015). Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Rothesay. 3:30 pm. Michael Molloy, Organ. Free-will offering. Limited gallery seating available.

Sun May 31 CAMERATA NB IN CONCERT! Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Rothesay. 7:00 pm. Camerata NB has grown to include winds! With soloist Suzie LeBlanc, soprano. Program features: W.A. Mozart: Symphony no. 29 in A major, K. 201; W.A. Mozart: Arias : from Le Nozze di Figaro *Recitativo: Giunse alfine il momento* Aria: Deh vieni, non tardar*Aria:Un moto di gioia *Nehmt meinen Dank, K. 383 *W.A. Mozart: from Die Zauberflöte: Ach, ich fühl's * J. Haydn: Symphony no. 6 in D major, Hob. I:6 "Le Matin"; W.A. Mozart: Exultate, jubilate, K. 165.

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Sunday May 31st, Symphony New Brunswick presents the 'Cadenza series' featuring Suzie Leblanc

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April 22nd Bowl for Kids Sake 2015! It's "Saturday Night Fever"!
* Teams consist of 4 to 6 players o Choose a 90-minute bowling time
* Have a great time "out on the Disco floor"!
* Trivia and prizes!
* Practice your "Bus Stop", "The Funky Chicken" and "The Hustle"!
* Each participant must raise a minimum of $100 to be eligible for prizes!
* All ages welcome!
   Everyone wants to be a Disco Star! Join us & Honorary Chair Minister Ed Doherty Event Website and Fundraising Tool! http://saintjohn.kintera.org/bfks Call 635-1145 to register and get your team kit! Funds raised by this event go directly to: -The costs of recruiting, screening and training volunteers, -Matching them with children in need of a mentor and; -The ongoing stringent supervision of these matches.

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