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|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
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
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
May 23rd Film Project on the NB Lebanese Community When: May
23rd Where: Fredericton Playhouse Time: 7 PM As a complement to our Exhibition,
were 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 wont want to miss this
years Gala, featuring special guests Troupe Layalina from
Montréal. Youll 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
N.B. Day Weekend! July 31st, Aug 1st, Aug 2nd. Enjoy a
3 day adventure on the sunny banks of the Nashwaak River. Music, camping, Art,
family activities and more! Children under 12 yrs old FREE. Located in Nashwaak
Bridge N.B. (40 km North of Fredericton)
http://www.nashwaakmusicfestival.com/ Early Bird tickets
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|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:
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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| June 2 Entrepreneur
Relationship - Empowerment Inner Circle - Become a Founding Member! A
special invitation for you from Maureen Craig McIntosh. Get real with Grammy
Mo! Benefits - Personal Coaching - Learn the Power of Observational Learning -
Be Part of an Online, Ongoing Exclusive Google Forum. Launch: June 02, 2015
Time: 9:30-11:00 Place: Black Tie Bistro, Chocolate River Station, Riverview,
NB RSVP: Mo@MaureenCraigMcIntosh.com by
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TRAINING Date: June 15,16,17, 2015 Time: 0830-1630 Location: 22 Wilson
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growth then this program is for you. The top 1% of extremely successful people
focus on personal growth. If you want to make significant change in your life
then this is for you. You will learn:
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The five basic needs that drive us;
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the brain and its ability to create what we need;
that our feeling, physiology , thinking and acting are all connected and how to
bring that into our conscious awareness.
You will also learn the
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as well and for working with others.
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2nd. Enjoy a 3 day adventure on the sunny banks of the Nashwaak River.
Music, camping, Art, family activities and more! Children under 12 yrs old
FREE. Located in Nashwaak Bridge N.B. (40 km North of Fredericton)
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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 Official Saint John Events Listings Theatre NB
Theatre Saint John Sea Dogs Saint John Theatre
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!
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, 170200 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:
25 May Monday 1-3pm: Documents from the New
Brunswick Museum collection will be featured at the NBM Exhibition Centre as
part of the event commemorating the 200th anniversary of the arrival of the HMS
Regulus in Saint John, NB, organized by the New Brunswick Black History
Society. Free admission. The vessel carried over 400 Black Refugees at the end
of the War of 1812 which was the second large influx of Black settlers into the
26 May Tuesday 6:30pm: New Brunswick Museum Collections
and Research Centre Open House. Free admission. Pre-register
643-2349/1-888-268-9595. Space limited. Take a look behind-the-scenes with a 2
½ hour guided tour of the NBMs Collections and Research Centre,
277 Douglas Avenue.
27 May Wednesday 7pm: Illustrated Talk:
Storied Architecture: Inspiring Cultural Identity. Free admission. The
architecture series continues at the New Brunswick Museum accompanying the
exhibit 2014 Lieutenant Governors Award of Excellence in Architecture
with a talk by Monica Adair, recipient of Royal Architectural Institute of
Canada 2015 Young Architect Award and co-founding partner Stephen Kopp of Acre
Architects in Saint John. Acre Architects take the approach that through
exploring the power of the stories associated with heritage and a sense of
place, our built environments grow to convey strong and deep-felt emotions that
are key to the structures that form our lives.
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:
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).
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
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
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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|May 16 &17, The 19th
Annual Antique Power Show featuring antique tractors and old gas and steam
engines will be held in Sussex at the 8th Hussar Sports Center, Princess Louise
Park on May 16 and 17. On May 16 the day will begin with viewing of the antique
tractors and engines with a tractor parade starting at 10:00 am. Also on
Saturday Lunch between 11:30 am and 1:00pm will be available for $10 per
person. A fundraising/antiques auction will begin at 1:00 pm. On Sunday May 17
we will start the day with an antique tractor pull at 10:00 am followed by
slowest tractor races. Admission is $7.00 per person with children under 12
getting in free. The Agricultural Museum of New Brunswick, located beside the
8th Hussar Sports Center, is sponsoring this event and will be open Saturday
and Sunday with free admission For more information please contact David Korth
at 506-434-2121 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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