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Aug 30-31 Annual Firearms Show and SaleAug 30 9:00-6:00 and Aug 31 9;00-3:00 2014 at the Fredericton Motor Inn Regent Street fredericton NB

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Thur. Oct 16, CAPP Presents The Walrus Talks The Art of Conversation Time: 7:00 p.m. with reception following Location: Convocation Hall, Mount Allison University, 37 York St. Brief description: Eighty minutes of lively, thought-provoking ideas about the art of the interview, the state of the public square, finding common ground and reconciliation. Featuring: Canadian soprano MEASHA BREUGGERGOSMAN Biographer and historian CHARLOTTE GRAY Publisher SARAH MACLACHLAN Author LISA MOORE Rocket scientist NATALIE PANEK Broadcaster SHELAGH ROGERS Historian and author ARITHA VAN HERK Tickets: General Admission: $10, Students: FREE Website address / ticket link:

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April 6, 2014 – August 31, 2014. John Corey’s Quilts at the New Brunswick Museum. John Corey’s interest in, and promotion of, the importance of textiles was a crucial factor in the survival and flourishing of the art of quilting in southern New Brunswick. His decision to commission these quilts not only drew attention to their production but also to their significance on a broader scale. This preserved suite of quilts pays homage to the customs of quilt-making in New Brunswick and it also focuses attention on the value of the time and effort of many women who would otherwise go unrecognized. It records the technology, fabrics, styles and expectations of quilters in the region and also speaks to the awareness of New Brunswickers and their participation in the modern “quilt revival” phenomenon that is influenced by the broad diffusion of information and images.

July 01- Aug 31 JOHN COREY'S QUILTS EXHIBITION New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square. 9:00 am-5:00 pm. John Corey’s interest in, and promotion of, the importance of textiles was a crucial factor in the survival and flourishing of the art of quilting in southern New Brunswick. His decision to commission these quilts not only drew attention to their production but also to their significance on a broader scale. This preserved suite of quilts pays homage to the customs of quilt-making in New Brunswick and it also focuses attention on the value of the time and effort of many women who would otherwise go unrecognized. (506) 643-2300 / 1-888-268-9595. Contact Phone: (506) 643-2300

July1 -Aug 31 NBM Explorer Days are every day in July and August: Museum Explorer Days are EVERY DAY in July and August! Regular admission. These family adventures are for the young and young at heart. Join the NBM for a full day of themed activities including art instruction, experiments, face painting, eco-friendly educational crafting, old fashioned games, and gallery discovery programmes. Face painting noon-1pm daily. A day pass at the NBM ensures you can plan your day to capture all of the excitement. Extreme Summer Fun. (Bilingual)

July 14, In 2017, the NBM will be 175! Canada’s oldest continuing museum, the NBM is planning for its future. To learn more about the New Brunswick Museum’s plan for its two facilities, you are invited to a public presentation on 14 July Monday 7pm at NBM Exhibition Centre, Market Square, Saint John, NB.

17 July Thursday 6:30 – 8pm: New Brunswick Museum Walk - Uptown Walk: The Great Fire of 1877 Regular admission. Join a NBM Interpreter for a discovery walk and learn about the heritage buildings in uptown Saint John. Many of these picturesque buildings were rebuilt between 1877-1899, following Saint John’s great fire that devastated the city in 1877. Meet at the New Brunswick Museum Reception Desk. (Bilingual)

Fri Jul 18 BRUNDAGE POINT WEEKLY MARKET. Brundage Point River Centre, Grand Bay-Westfield. 3:30-7:30 pm. The “New” Brundage Point Weekly Market will be held every Friday! The weekly Markets will continue every Friday through September 19th. We have “local” vendors selling handcrafted birdhouses, woodworking products, homemade jams and jellies, in season local produce, hand sewn items such as quilts, unique handmade jewellery, delicious home cooking, and baking, Thai food, handmade soap and lotions, maple syrup and its by-products as well as several other “seasonal” vendors. We offer an exceptionally priced barbecue by Chef Frank, who is famous for his breakfasts of previous years at the former Sunday Market. Most of our “old” vendors from the old Sunday Market will be returning but we are always looking for “new” vendors as well. If you know of anyone that may be interested in becoming a vendor, please have them contact or phone: (506) 763-2912. We hope to see you at the Market this season!! Come and bring a friend! Next Weekly Market: Friday, July 4th: 3:30-7:30 pm.

19 July Saturday 12:30-3:30pm: “But I can’t sculpt raku-fired clay!” $90 NBM Members, $95 non-members – taxes included. Pre-register by 13 July 643-2349/1-888-268-9595. Renowned potter and ceramic artist Tim Isaac will offer a workshop for beginners, in which participants will have the opportunity to create up to three unique pieces. Tim will introduce various methods and techniques of working with clay, including building, carving and texturing. The finished pieces will be taken to the artist’s studio to be bisque fired for hardening, glazed, raku-fired, scrubbed and sprayed with sealant to preserve the raku luster. The entire process will be photographed and shared so that participants can see what happens to their own pieces behind the scenes. (In English)

Sun Jul 20 QUEEN SQUARE FARMERS' MARKET (EVERY SUNDAY). Queen Square, South End. 9:00 am-2:00 pm. This is a lovely open air market held in the heart of the South End. The Queen Square Farmers Market occurs every Sunday, rain or shine, through the summer and early fall. The market focuses on local, healthy, environmentally friendly, ethnically diverse, and high quality goods. There is a lot to see, eat, buy, and do, so come on down and check it out!

24 July Thursday 6:30 - 8pm: New Brunswick Museum Walk - Low tide discoveries Regular admission. Join a NBM Interpreter for a discovery walk and learn about the low tide. A low tide adventure with hands-on opportunities to experience some of the low tide surprises. Meet at the New Brunswick Museum Reception Desk. (Bilingual)

31 July Thursday 6:30-8pm: New Brunswick Museum Walk - The Heyday of Shipbuilding in Saint John Regular admission. Join a NBM Interpreter for a discovery walk and learn about New Brunswick in the 1800s and why it was known the world over for its wooden sailing vessels. Enjoy shipbuilding stories and the people that made them famous. Meet at the New Brunswick Museum Reception Desk. (Bilingual)

Aug 23, Mudd, Sweat & Tears Saint John obstacle course race August 23, 2014 in Rockwood Park. 6k and 12k obstacle course mud run in Saint John's Rockwood Park . Plenty of obstacles, mud and tons of fun. All are welcome. Register today at or call 1 888 988 2453

Aug 30th, 2nd Annual Music For A Cure Saint John 12pm Live @ the Boardwalk!
With music as our weapon of choice, We continue the fight against cancer and help friends, family and complete strangers on their journey battling this terrible disease. Scott Mitchell and BRandom Talent are pleased to announce that we are back for the 2nd annual Music For A Cure Saint John taking place on Saturday Aug 30th from 12pm - 12am live at the Boardwalk stage in Market Square. 14 artists both local and non local will take the stage and share their craft with the Port City to raise funds to end cancer and also help current cancer patients. 50% of proceeds from this event will go to the Canadian Cancer Society with the remaining 50% to Victoria's Quilts. For those who aren't aware, Victoria's Quilts are a non-profit group who hand make quilts for terminally ill cancer patients. There are many ways you can donate to this cause during the event. We will have: - 50/50 draws - Raffle draws for one of many gift cards - A dunk tank (2$ for 3 balls) - A silent art auction featuring paintings / drawings and sketches from the late Karla Fox-Hickson and Zoey Guimond. - And lastly a memory wall where for a donation of your choosing, you can place a name on a leaf card to add to our MFACSJ wall in memory of a family member or a friend who you have lost from cancer, and in between each artist we will read off the names of those to the audience. We will also have Face Painting from the lovely Sheila Little who will donate part of her proceeds to this cause. The Official roster will be announced very soon. For more information you can check us out on Facebook at or or email us at Again that's Saturday Aug 30th beginning at 12pm and will run all day! Victoria's Quilts - Canadian Cancer Society - BRandom Talent - Sheila's Face Painting and Hobbies - This event is Sponsored by: Little Caesars - Menchies -

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