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Acadieville

TNB 2013 – 2014 Season –
NEXT STAGE SUBSCRIPTIONS STILL ON SALE | WWW.TNB.NB.CA
TNB YOUNG COMPANY | Wally Finds His Inner Bear Adaptation by Hank Stinson | From the story by Nicholas Burtt | God’s Middle Name By Jennifer Overton | TOURING JANUARY – APRIL 2014

TNB THEATRE SCHOOL Guys and Dolls Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows | Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser | MAY 8-10 | THE FREDERICTON PLAYHOUSE TNB EXTRAS |

TNB PRESENTS… | Theatre Narcissus Twelve’s The Man Who Disliked Cats MAR 7-9 | PARC Cabaret APRIL 26 | TNB STUDIO

June 7 Ride for Dad Saint JohnEvent info, Pledge sheet forms, www.ridefordad.ca This is a great cause so let see all you bikers out there supporting this!

Official Acadieville Events Listings

Alma

June 7 Ride for Dad Saint JohnEvent info, Pledge sheet forms, www.ridefordad.ca This is a great cause so let see all you bikers out there supporting this!

Official Alma Events Listings N/A

Atholville

Official Atholville Events Listings

Balmoral

Official Balmoral Events Listings

Bas-Caraquet

Official Bas-Caraquet Events Listings

Bathurst

Official Bathurst Events Listings

Belledune

June 7 Ride for Dad Saint JohnEvent info, Pledge sheet forms, www.ridefordad.ca This is a great cause so let see all you bikers out there supporting this!

Official Belledune Events Listings

Beresford

Official Beresford Events Listings

Blacks Harbour

June 7 Ride for Dad Saint JohnEvent info, Pledge sheet forms, www.ridefordad.ca This is a great cause so let see all you bikers out there supporting this!

Official Blacks Harbour Events Listings

Blackville

Official Blackville Events Listings

Bouctouche

TNB YOUNG COMPANY | Wally Finds His Inner Bear Adaptation by Hank Stinson | From the story by Nicholas Burtt | God’s Middle Name By Jennifer Overton | TOURING JANUARY – APRIL 2014

TNB THEATRE SCHOOL Guys and Dolls Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows | Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser | MAY 8-10 | THE FREDERICTON PLAYHOUSE TNB EXTRAS |

TNB PRESENTS… | Theatre Narcissus Twelve’s The Man Who Disliked Cats MAR 7-9 | PARC Cabaret APRIL 26 | TNB STUDIO

June 7 Ride for Dad Saint JohnEvent info, Pledge sheet forms, www.ridefordad.ca This is a great cause so let see all you bikers out there supporting this!

Official Bouctouche Events Listings

Cambridge-Narrows

Official Cambridge-Narrows Events Listings

Campbellton

June 7 Ride for Dad Saint JohnEvent info, Pledge sheet forms, www.ridefordad.ca This is a great cause so let see all you bikers out there supporting this!

Official Campbellton Events Listings N/A

Campobello Island

Official Events Campobello Island Listings N/A

Cap-Pele

Official Events Cap-Pele Listings

Caraquet

June 7 Ride for Dad Saint JohnEvent info, Pledge sheet forms, www.ridefordad.ca This is a great cause so let see all you bikers out there supporting this!

Official Caraquet Events Listings

Centerville

Official Centerville Events Listings

Charlo

June 7 Ride for Dad Saint JohnEvent info, Pledge sheet forms, www.ridefordad.ca This is a great cause so let see all you bikers out there supporting this!

Official Charlo Events Listings

Chipman

Official Chipman Events Listings

Clair

Official Clair Events Listings

Dalhousie

Official Dalhousie Events Listings

Deer Island

Official Deer Island Events Listings N/A

Dieppe

TNB 2013 – 2014 Season –
NEXT STAGE SUBSCRIPTIONS STILL ON SALE | WWW.TNB.NB.CA
TNB YOUNG COMPANY | Wally Finds His Inner Bear Adaptation by Hank Stinson | From the story by Nicholas Burtt | God’s Middle Name By Jennifer Overton | TOURING JANUARY – APRIL 2014

TNB THEATRE SCHOOL Guys and Dolls Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows | Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser | MAY 8-10 | THE FREDERICTON PLAYHOUSE TNB EXTRAS |

TNB PRESENTS… | Theatre Narcissus Twelve’s The Man Who Disliked Cats MAR 7-9 | PARC Cabaret APRIL 26 | TNB STUDIO

June 7 Ride for Dad Saint JohnEvent info, Pledge sheet forms, www.ridefordad.ca This is a great cause so let see all you bikers out there supporting this!

Official Dieppe Events Listings

Dipper Harbour

Official Dipper Harbour Events Listings N/A

Doaktown

Official Doaktown Events Listings

Dorchester

Official Dorchester Events Listings

Edmundston

Official Edmundston Events Listings

Florenceville-Bristol

Official Florenceville-Bristol Events Listings

Fredericton

Wed Apr 23rd Scott Woods Old Time Jubilee - An authentic live tribute to Don Messer’s Jubilee – one of the most popular TV shows in Canadian history. The show reunites Grand Master Fiddle Champion Scott Woods (as Don Messer), Cape Breton Tenor Tommy Leadbeater (as Charlie Chamberlain) and East Coast Music Award Winner Bruce Timmins (as Cecil McEachern). The show also features the Velvet Vocals of Lynda Lewis (as Marg Osborne) and Canadian Open Step Dance Champion Kyle Waymouth in this two-hour masterful performance honouring the days when Don Messer and his Islanders ruled the airwaves. The fast paced, uplifting show delights audiences of all ages with old time fiddle music, sensational step dancing, trick fiddling, family humour and more. Wednesday April 23rd, 7pm – Wilmot United Church – Fredericton. Tickets on sale now at Wilmot United Church & Westminster Books or call toll free 1-855-726-8896 to charge. Adult $25; Child $10, Child 5 & under - free. Too good to miss!

Friday, April 25, "ELVIS - THE MOMENTS" The show everyone is talking about! "ELVIS - THE MOMENTS" featuring Pete Paquette with Rudy and the Angels Showband is coming to the Maritimes this spring! He has the look, he has the moves, and he has the voice, Pete Paquette, an international multi-award winning Elvis Tribute Artist and voted Las Vegas Elvis Festival Best Performer, brings you back in time to relive the music of Elvis Presley with "Elvis-The Moments”. Supporting Pete will be Toronto's finest Rudy and the Angels Showband. “Elvis-The Moments" takes you through the musical career of one of the most celebrated entertainers, Elvis Presley. An authentic and energetic show that showcases some of the most memorable moments of the Kings live performances, from his early years of Rock'n Roll in the 1950’s to his explosive energy as he returned to perform live on stage in Las Vegas during the 1970's. A dynamic performance NOT TO BE MISSED! Thursday, April 24, 2014 (7:30pm) Moncton, NB / Capitol Theatre 1-800-567-1922 Friday, April 25, 2014 (7:30pm) Fredericton, NB / The Playhouse 1-866-884-5800 Saturday, April 26, 2014 (7:30pm) Summerside, PEI / Harbourfront Theatre 1-800-708-6505 Sunday, April 27, 2014 (7:30pm) Saint John, NB / Imperial Theatre 1-800-323-7469 For more information visit www.paquetteproductions.com

Sunday, May 4th, YARD SALE Fundraiser for the Alzheimer Society The Alzheimer Society NB will be hosting their annual fundraiser with the support of "Team Depot" from Fredericton Home Depot
WHERE: New Maryland Recreation Center
WHEN: Sunday, May 4th, 11 AM - 2 PM All Profits from this event will be donated to the annual "Walk for Memories" INTERESTED IN DONATING ITEMS TO BENEFIT THE ALZHEIMER SOCIETY?
DROP OFF: Saturday, May 3rd, 10 AM - 4 PM New Maryland Recreation Center * Please note, we cannot accept TV's or computer monitors For more information on this yard sale or the "Walk for Memories" please call 459-4280

June 7 Ride for Dad Saint JohnEvent info, Pledge sheet forms, www.ridefordad.ca This is a great cause so let see all you bikers out there supporting this!

Official Fredericton Events Listings

Fredericton Junction

TNB 2013 – 2014 Season –
NEXT STAGE SUBSCRIPTIONS STILL ON SALE | WWW.TNB.NB.CA
TNB YOUNG COMPANY | Wally Finds His Inner Bear Adaptation by Hank Stinson | From the story by Nicholas Burtt | God’s Middle Name By Jennifer Overton | TOURING JANUARY – APRIL 2014

TNB THEATRE SCHOOL Guys and Dolls Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows | Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser | MAY 8-10 | THE FREDERICTON PLAYHOUSE TNB EXTRAS |

TNB PRESENTS… | Theatre Narcissus Twelve’s The Man Who Disliked Cats MAR 7-9 | PARC Cabaret APRIL 26 | TNB STUDIO

Official Fredericton Junction Events Listings

Gagetown

Official Gagetown Events Listings

Grande-Anse

Official Grande-Anse Events Listings N/A

Grand Bay-Westfield

June 7 Ride for Dad Saint JohnEvent info, Pledge sheet forms, www.ridefordad.ca This is a great cause so let see all you bikers out there supporting this!

Official Grand Bay-Westfield Events Listings

Grande-Digue

Official Grande-Digue Events Listings

Grand Falls

Official Grand Falls Events Listings

Grand Manan

Official Grand Manan Island Events Listings

Hampton

June 7 Ride for Dad Saint JohnEvent info, Pledge sheet forms, www.ridefordad.ca This is a great cause so let see all you bikers out there supporting this!

Official Hampton Events Listings

Hartland

Official Hartland Events Listings

Harvey Station

Official Harvey Station Events Listings

Hillsborough

Official Hillsborough Events Listings

Lameque

Official Lameque Events Listings

Le Goulet

Official Le Goulet Events Listings N/A

Marysville

Official Marysville Events Listings N/A

McAdam

Official McAdam Events Listings

Memramcook

Official Memramcook Events Listings

Millville

TNB 2013 – 2014 Season –
NEXT STAGE SUBSCRIPTIONS STILL ON SALE | WWW.TNB.NB.CA
TNB YOUNG COMPANY | Wally Finds His Inner Bear Adaptation by Hank Stinson | From the story by Nicholas Burtt | God’s Middle Name By Jennifer Overton | TOURING JANUARY – APRIL 2014

TNB THEATRE SCHOOL Guys and Dolls Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows | Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser | MAY 8-10 | THE FREDERICTON PLAYHOUSE TNB EXTRAS |

TNB PRESENTS… | Theatre Narcissus Twelve’s The Man Who Disliked Cats MAR 7-9 | PARC Cabaret APRIL 26 | TNB STUDIO

Official Millville Events Listings N/A

Ministers Island

Official Ministers Island Events Listings N/A

Minto

Official Minto Events Listings N/A

Miramichi

Official Miramichi Events Listings

Moncton

TNB 2013 – 2014 Season –
NEXT STAGE SUBSCRIPTIONS STILL ON SALE | WWW.TNB.NB.CA
TNB YOUNG COMPANY | Wally Finds His Inner Bear Adaptation by Hank Stinson | From the story by Nicholas Burtt | God’s Middle Name By Jennifer Overton | TOURING JANUARY – APRIL 2014

TNB THEATRE SCHOOL Guys and Dolls Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows | Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser | MAY 8-10 | THE FREDERICTON PLAYHOUSE TNB EXTRAS |

TNB PRESENTS… | Theatre Narcissus Twelve’s The Man Who Disliked Cats MAR 7-9 | PARC Cabaret APRIL 26 | TNB STUDIO

Sunday May 11th The second event will consist of a Mother’s Day Brunch held at the Shediac Multi-Purpose Centre located at 58 Festival Street on Sunday May 11th from 9:30 am until 1:30 pm with great food and entertainment. Doors will open at 8am for those wishing to bid at the silent auction set-up in the lobby or for those simply wanting to drop-in to make a donation for the cause. The Brunch will include entertainment (artists to be confirmed in the next few days) and a full brunch menu, details to follow. Cost for these tickets is 15.00$ and 10.00 for children under 12 years old. Tickets are on sale at the door at the Shediac Multi-Purpose Centre (tel: 506-532-7700). Participants of the Brunch will have the opportunity to buy a ticket at a reduced price for the “Acoustic Sundays” Series featuring Jacques Comeau, show starting at 2:30pm.
Local businesses are being solicited to offer funds, donations or food to cover all expenses for these events. * All donations with value of 1000.00$ or over, will be identified in the program of both events as a Gold Sponsor.
If you wish to offer your services or donate towards these Fundraising efforts or for any other information, please contact Odette Babineau at 506-531-0252 Thanking you in advance for your help in this matter! Fili-aid@live.ca

Le projet va maintenant consister de deux phases; La première phase de la levée de fonds sera un Défilé de Modes qui aura lieu le 04 avril 2014 de 19h00 à 22h00 au Centre Multi-Fonctionnel de Shediac situé au 58 rue Festival à Shediac. Les portes ouvriront à 17h00 pour ceux et celles qui veulent soumettre une offre pour les objets offerts pour l’encan silencieuse en étalage dans le foyer du centre ou pour ceux ou celles qui veulent tout simplement offrir un don envers la cause. Le défilé mettra en scène plusieurs ensembles des boutiques locales, avec la participation de jeunes Philippin.a.s. Le défilé inclue une section de la mariée avec modes de la Boutique Betty Rubins. Il y aura un goûter ainsi que du divertissement avec artistes suivants : Nadia Moore, chanteuse Philippaine de renommée internationale, Chanteuse Classique Rose Marie Bernaquez, guitariste Paul Dubé, Goupe Contemporain Transition & Friends, Chanteur Country Joe Allain & Invités, The Filipino Singers & Filipino Dancers, Tenor Franz Forbin Fabroa et la Chanteue jazz/comédienne Patricia Leger et finalement la Comédienne Canadienne Nikki Payne, récipiendiare du titre de comédienne de l’année pendant deux années. Les billets au coût de 20.00$ sont en vente aux : Centre Multi-Fonctionnel (tel: 506-532-7700) ou la Pharmacie Jean Coutu de Shediac (tel: 506-532-4419).
La deuxième partie de la levée de fonds consistera d’un Brunch de la Fête des Mères qui aura lieu le dimanche 11 mai entre 9h30 et 13h30 au Centre Multi-Fonctionnel de Shediac situé au 58 rue Festival à Shediac. Le brunch comprendra un menu complet de brunch ainsi que du divertissement avec artistes surprises qui seront dévoilés d’ici quelques jours. Les billets au coût de 15.00$ et 10.00$ pour jeunes de moins de 12 ans, seront en vente à la porte du Centre Multi-Fonctionnel (tel: 506-532-7700) la journée du Brunch. Les portes ouvriront à 8H00 pour ceux et celles qui veulent soumettre une offre pour les objets offerts pour l’encan silencieuse en étalage dans le foyer du centre ou pour ceux ou celles qui veulent tout simplement offrir un don envers la cause. Tous les participants du brunch pourront se procurer un billet à prix réduit pour la Série Dimanches Acoustiques avec Jacques Comeau, spectacle qui suivra le brunch à 14h30.
Les commerces ou organismes ou entreprises locales seront sollicités pour dons, nourriture pour les activités ou cadeaux envers l’encan. Tout don d’une valeur de 1000.00$ ou plus sera identifié au programme comme Partenaire OR!
Si vous désirez offrir votre aide ou faire un don envers le coût de ce projet communautaire ou pour toute information, communiquez avec Odette Babineau au 506-531-0252. Je vous remercie à l’avance pour votre collaboration ! Odette Babineau. Fili-aid@live.ca

Thursday, April 24, "ELVIS - THE MOMENTS" The show everyone is talking about! "ELVIS - THE MOMENTS" featuring Pete Paquette with Rudy and the Angels Showband is coming to the Maritimes this spring! He has the look, he has the moves, and he has the voice, Pete Paquette, an international multi-award winning Elvis Tribute Artist and voted Las Vegas Elvis Festival Best Performer, brings you back in time to relive the music of Elvis Presley with "Elvis-The Moments”. Supporting Pete will be Toronto's finest Rudy and the Angels Showband. “Elvis-The Moments" takes you through the musical career of one of the most celebrated entertainers, Elvis Presley. An authentic and energetic show that showcases some of the most memorable moments of the Kings live performances, from his early years of Rock'n Roll in the 1950’s to his explosive energy as he returned to perform live on stage in Las Vegas during the 1970's. A dynamic performance NOT TO BE MISSED! Thursday, April 24, 2014 (7:30pm) Moncton, NB / Capitol Theatre 1-800-567-1922 Friday, April 25, 2014 (7:30pm) Fredericton, NB / The Playhouse 1-866-884-5800 Saturday, April 26, 2014 (7:30pm) Summerside, PEI / Harbourfront Theatre 1-800-708-6505 Sunday, April 27, 2014 (7:30pm) Saint John, NB / Imperial Theatre 1-800-323-7469 For more information visit www.paquetteproductions.com

June 7 Ride for Dad Saint JohnEvent info, Pledge sheet forms, www.ridefordad.ca This is a great cause so let see all you bikers out there supporting this!

Official Events Moncton Listings

Nackawic

Official Events Nackawic Listings

Neguac

Official Neguac Events Listings

New Maryland

Sunday, May 4th, YARD SALE Fundraiser for the Alzheimer Society The Alzheimer Society NB will be hosting their annual fundraiser with the support of "Team Depot" from Fredericton Home Depot
WHERE: New Maryland Recreation Center
WHEN: Sunday, May 4th, 11 AM - 2 PM All Profits from this event will be donated to the annual "Walk for Memories" INTERESTED IN DONATING ITEMS TO BENEFIT THE ALZHEIMER SOCIETY?
DROP OFF: Saturday, May 3rd, 10 AM - 4 PM New Maryland Recreation Center * Please note, we cannot accept TV's or computer monitors For more information on this yard sale or the "Walk for Memories" please call 459-4280

TNB 2013 – 2014 Season –
NEXT STAGE SUBSCRIPTIONS STILL ON SALE | WWW.TNB.NB.CA
TNB YOUNG COMPANY | Wally Finds His Inner Bear Adaptation by Hank Stinson | From the story by Nicholas Burtt | God’s Middle Name By Jennifer Overton | TOURING JANUARY – APRIL 2014

TNB THEATRE SCHOOL Guys and Dolls Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows | Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser | MAY 8-10 | THE FREDERICTON PLAYHOUSE TNB EXTRAS |

TNB PRESENTS… | Theatre Narcissus Twelve’s The Man Who Disliked Cats MAR 7-9 | PARC Cabaret APRIL 26 | TNB STUDIO

June 7 Ride for Dad Saint JohnEvent info, Pledge sheet forms, www.ridefordad.ca This is a great cause so let see all you bikers out there supporting this!

Official New Maryland Events Listings

Oromocto

Official Oromocto Events Listings

Perth-Andover

Official Perth-Andover Events Listings

Petitcodiac

Official Petitcodiac Events Listings

Petit-Rocher

Official Petit-Rocher Events Listings N/A

Plaster Rock

Official Plaster Rock Events Listings N/A

Pointe-Verte

Official Pointe-Verte Events Listings N/A

Port Elgin

Official Port Elgin Events Listings

Quispamsis

Official Quispamsis Events Listings

Rexton

Official Rexton Events Listings

Richibucto

Official Richibucto Events Listings

Riverside-Albert

Official Riverside-Albert Events Listings

Riverview

TNB 2013 – 2014 Season –
NEXT STAGE SUBSCRIPTIONS STILL ON SALE | WWW.TNB.NB.CA
TNB YOUNG COMPANY | Wally Finds His Inner Bear Adaptation by Hank Stinson | From the story by Nicholas Burtt | God’s Middle Name By Jennifer Overton | TOURING JANUARY – APRIL 2014

TNB THEATRE SCHOOL Guys and Dolls Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows | Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser | MAY 8-10 | THE FREDERICTON PLAYHOUSE TNB EXTRAS |

TNB PRESENTS… | Theatre Narcissus Twelve’s The Man Who Disliked Cats MAR 7-9 | PARC Cabaret APRIL 26 | TNB STUDIO

June 7 Ride for Dad Saint JohnEvent info, Pledge sheet forms, www.ridefordad.ca This is a great cause so let see all you bikers out there supporting this!

Official Riverview Events Listings

Rogersville

Official Rogersville Events Listings N/A

Rothesay

Official Rothesay Events Listings

Sackville

Official Sackville Events Listings

Saint-André

Official Saint-André Events Listings N/A

Saint-Antoine

TNB 2013 – 2014 Season –
NEXT STAGE SUBSCRIPTIONS STILL ON SALE | WWW.TNB.NB.CA
TNB YOUNG COMPANY | Wally Finds His Inner Bear Adaptation by Hank Stinson | From the story by Nicholas Burtt | God’s Middle Name By Jennifer Overton | TOURING JANUARY – APRIL 2014

TNB THEATRE SCHOOL Guys and Dolls Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows | Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser | MAY 8-10 | THE FREDERICTON PLAYHOUSE TNB EXTRAS |

TNB PRESENTS… | Theatre Narcissus Twelve’s The Man Who Disliked Cats MAR 7-9 | PARC Cabaret APRIL 26 | TNB STUDIO

Official Saint-Antoine Events Listings

Saint-François-de-Madawaska

Official Saint-François-de-Madawaska Events Listings N/A

Saint-Isidore

Official Saint-Isidore Events Listings

Saint John

Theatre NBImperial TheatreSaint John Sea DogsSaint John Theatre CompanySymphony New BrunswickHarbour Station

Apr EAST BRANCH LIBRARY: PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS. East Branch Library, 545 Westmorland Road. This month, we’re displaying the art of Rodney Senior. Stop in and see his works! Community Volunteer Income Tax Program Apr 5 & 25, 2:30-4:30 pm; Apr 1, 2, 8, 16, 29 & 30, 6:00-8:00 pm. A Canada Revenue Agency program helping fixed income individuals who are not able to prepare their income tax and benefit returns for themselves. Sunset Cinema Apr 9, 6:30 pm. Join us for an evening of relaxing movies for adults. Please contact us for movie information. Knit and Crochet Club Apr 11, 2:30 pm. Bring your own yarn and needles to learn this fun and creative craft! Social Networking Session Apr 12, 2:30-3:30 pm. Learn about Kijiji, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and more! Wills & Estate Planning Session Apr 15, 6:30 pm. Speaker Donald F. Cullinan, provided by the Public Legal Education & Information Service of NB. Classic Film Apr 15, Special start time of 5:40 pm. Forget cheap movie night – we’re showing an all-time classic for free, with popcorn & pop included! Contact us for movie information. The Graphic Novel Club for Adults Apr 26, 11:00 am. This month’s selection will be selected titles from DC’s New 52. E-Reader Information Apr 29, 6:30 pm. Session about e-books & e-readers. Bring your own device. Book Club for Adults Apr 24, 2:30 pm. This month’s selection is The Shoemaker’s Wife by Adriana Trigiani. Seniors’ Café Apr 30, 10:30 am. An hour of refreshments & conversation. Contact Phone: (506) 643-7250

Apr WEST BRANCH LIBRARY: CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS. Lancaster Mall, 621 Fairville Boulevard. Family Movie Matinée Sat, Apr 12 @ 2:30 pm. Treats and water courtesy of Lancaster Mall. You are welcome to bring your own treats! Viewing: Brave. PD Day Movie Fun Thu, Apr 17 @ 2:30 pm – Hop. Hang out with your friends, have some treats and watch a movie. Super Saturday Easter Paper Egg Hunt Sat, Apr 19 @ 2:30 pm. Celebrate Easter! Spring Colouring Contest – Hop in, pick up and enter your colouring page in the Library's Spring Colouring Contest. Deadline: Apr 17 @ 8:30 pm. The winner will be announced at the Super Saturday Easter Paper Egg Hunt on Sat, Apr 19 @ 2:15 in the Library. Lego™ Saturday * Imagine*Build*Create* Sat, Apr 26, 9:30 am-4:30 pm. Babies in the Library Please sign up for the next session. Time for Tots – Drop-In For children aged 18 – 36 months. Held every Thursday morning @ 10:30 am. Story Time Drop –In A program for all ages consisting of stories, songs, fingerplays and a craft. This program is offered Friday mornings @ 10:30 am. Thursday Night Homework Help Are you in elementary need homework help? Thursdays 5:30 – 7:30 pm. Pre-register @ 643-7260 or westbranch.publiclibrary@gnb.ca Family Drop-In Table All day every day! Books, a craft, puzzles and colouring sheets organized around a different theme each week. Please Note: West Branch Library keeps Tuesday to Saturday hours. Contact Phone: (506) 643-7260

Thu Apr 03 EAST BRANCH LIBRARY: CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS.. East Branch Library, 545 Westmorland Road. The Family Drop In is filled with theme-related books and activity sheets to delight your family with something new each week. March's themes are Dinosaurs, St. Patrick’s Day, Spring, and Reptiles and April's themes are Farms, Bunnies, Easter, Rainbows & Milk. Preschool Storytime has fun for preschoolers every Thursday from 10:30 am-11:00 am. Listen to stories & make a cool craft to take home! Lego-Palooza All Day Apr. 12. Drop in any time on these days & build to your heart’s content! Babies In The Library Fridays in April (4, 11, 25 & May 2), 10:00-10:30 am. Sing songs, play with books and participate in knee bounces, fingerplays and more. Registration is limited. Easter Crafting For Kids! Apr. 19, 2:30-3:30 pm. Have fun creating and crafting today! Earth-Disney Nature Movie April 22, 6:30 pm. A 2007 nature documentary film which depicts the diversity of wild habitats and creatures across the planet. Children’s Movie Time Apr. 26, 2:00 pm. A fun family flick—Contact us for more information. Contact Phone: (506) 643-7250 Thu Apr 03 WEST BRANCH LIBRARY: CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS. Lancaster Mall, 621 Fairville Boulevard. Family Movie Matinée Sat, Apr 12 @ 2:30 pm. Treats and water courtesy of Lancaster Mall. You are welcome to bring your own treats! Viewing: Brave. PD Day Movie Fun Thu, Apr 17 @ 2:30 pm – Hop. Hang out with your friends, have some treats and watch a movie. Super Saturday Easter Paper Egg Hunt Sat, Apr 19 @ 2:30 pm. Celebrate Easter! Spring Colouring Contest – Hop in, pick up and enter your colouring page in the Library's Spring Colouring Contest. Deadline: Apr 17 @ 8:30 pm. The winner will be announced at the Super Saturday Easter Paper Egg Hunt on Sat, Apr 19 @ 2:15 in the Library. Lego™ Saturday * Imagine*Build*Create* Sat, Apr 26, 9:30 am-4:30 pm. Babies in the Library Please sign up for the next session. Time for Tots – Drop-In For children aged 18 – 36 months. Held every Thursday morning @ 10:30 am. Story Time Drop –In A program for all ages consisting of stories, songs, fingerplays and a craft. This program is offered Friday mornings @ 10:30 am. Thursday Night Homework Help Are you in elementary need homework help? Thursdays 5:30 – 7:30 pm. Pre-register @ 643-7260 or westbranch.publiclibrary@gnb.ca Family Drop-In Table All day every day! Books, a craft, puzzles and colouring sheets organized around a different theme each week. Please Note: West Branch Library keeps Tuesday to Saturday hours. Contact Phone: (506) 643-7260

Thu Apr 03 CENTRAL LIBRARY: ADULT PROGRAMS. Saint John Free Public Library. 1 Market Square. NEWCOMERS’ SATURDAY SOCIAL, Saturdays, 2:00–4:00 pm. Make new friends and practice your English in a comfortable social setting. Light refreshments. Newcomers and native Saint Johners are all welcome. No pre-registration is necessary.643-7237 or 642-4242 ext.229 or li.song@sjmnrc.ca (Li Song, SJ Multicultural Centre) for info. MOVIE CLUB, Thu, Apr 3, 7 pm: This 1978 Canadian-made adaptation of Stephen Vizinczey’s celebrated novel stars Tom Berenger (Platoon) as a young man who learns of life & love from a succession of older women. Features award-winning acting, cinematography & art direction. Nudity & profanity. April’s theme is Naughty, Naughty: Transgressive Movies. E-BOOK & E-READER DROP-IN CLINICS, Thu, Apr 3, 7:15 pm & Sat, Apr 26, 2:15 pm. Curious about the NB Public Library Service's Electronic Library & all the downloadable books it offers? Just got an e-reader but you're not sure how to get books on it? Just want to know what an e-book is? Visit the Saint John Free Public Library's Reference Desk with your gear during our drop-in sessions and we'll answer your questions! INCOME TAX CLINICS, Saturday, April 5, 2:00 – 4:00 pm; Thursday, April 10th, 6:30 – 8:30 pm & Thursday, April 24th, 6:30 – 8:30 pm. Community organization volunteers prepare returns for eligible taxpayers who have low to modest income and a simple tax situation. Contact staff for eligibility details: 643-7224. TRADITIONAL BOOK CLUB, Wednesday, April 9, noon – 1:00 pm. Join us for a discussion of Why Men Lie, by Linden MacIntyre. This taut intellectual thriller is a sequel to The Bishop’s Man. Books are available at the circulation desk. All are welcome. No pre-registration is necessary. For more information, call 643-7237. GRANT CONNECT DEMO, Wednesday, April 16, Noon – 1:00 pm. Learn how to research funding opportunities Contact Phone: (506) 643-7224

Thu Apr 03 CENTRAL LIBRARY: CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS. Saint John Free Public Library,1 Market Sqaure PRESCHOOL STORYTIME: Stories, songs, fingerplays & lots of crayons too! Wednesdays & Saturdays at 10:30 am. For ages 3 - 5, those younger may attend with an adult. TODDLER TIME: Thu, Apr 3, 10 & 17 at 6:30 pm. If you are between 18 and 36 months old, bring your favourite adult for 30 minutes of fingerplays, rhymes, songs & stories. Pyjamas welcome Pre-register at 643-7239. PAGE TO STAGE meets GET CRAFTY! Sat, Apr 5 at 2:30 pm. Let’s make some Zydeco inspired instruments and you’ll have a chance to win 2 tickets to “Terrence Simien & the Zydeco Experience” at the Imperial Theatre! (performance at Imperial: Sat, Apr 12 at 8 pm) FAMILY FILM MATINEE! Sat, Apr 19 at 2:30 pm. Everyone is welcome! Call 643-7239 for more information. CHAT to the FUTURE with puppets! Sat, Apr 26 at 11 am. Watch a puppet show presented by the Library’s Youth Advisory Group and Skyped to kids in Uganda. Then make your own puppets and enjoy refreshments, all sponsored by local charity, CHAT to the Future. 643-7237. MUSIC AND MUNCHIES: Sat, Apr 26 at 2:00 pm Contact Phone: (506) 643-7239

Fri Apr 04 CENTRAL LIBRARY: CHILDREN'S DEPT. Saint John Free Public Library, 1 Market Square. Intro to Graphic Design for Kids Interested in graphic design? Learn the basics of graphic design using GIMP, a free alternative to Adobe Photoshop, or try Microsoft Publisher. Free private tutorials for children available between 2:00 and 4:45 pm, Mon or Fri afternoons. Beginners welcome! Call 643-7239 to book a session. Microsoft for Children Interested in learning more about Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint? Free private tutorials for children available between 2:00 and 4:45 pm, Mon or Fri afternoons. Beginners welcome! Tutorials on other topics can be arranged upon request. Call 643-7239 for a session. Chess: From beginner to expert, kids of all ages are invited to meet in the Teen Zone on Saturdays at 2 pm to play chess. Family Drop-In: Children and their parents/caregivers can enjoy books and activity sheets based on a theme that changes weekly. Available any time the library is open. Contact Phone: 506-643-7239

Sat Apr 05 CENTRAL LIBRARY: TEEN PROGRAMS. Saint John Free Public Library, 1 Market Square. YOUNG VOLUNTEERS, Wednesdays, 4-5 pm. Registration for this term is now closed. Call 643-7237 for more information. CHESS CLUB, Saturdays, 2-3 pm. For children and teens of all ages. Parents welcome too. We welcome players of all levels. Help is available. Call 643-7237 for info. LGBT+ YOUTH DISCUSSION GROUP, Apr 10, 4-6 pm. The Library & Saint John Pride partner to bring an LGBT+ youth group for 18 and under. The youth group will be in the form of communal, open discussion with the purpose of having a safe space to talk about LGBT+ topics Light refreshments will be available. Call 643-7237 for information. Contact Phone: (506) 643-7237

Sat Apr 05 EAST BRANCH LIBRARY: PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS. East Branch Library, 545 Westmorland Road. This month, we’re displaying the art of Rodney Senior. Stop in and see his works! Community Volunteer Income Tax Program Apr 5 & 25, 2:30-4:30 pm; Apr 8, 16, 29 & 30, 6:00-8:00 pm. A Canada Revenue Agency program helping fixed income individuals who are not able to prepare their income tax and benefit returns for themselves. Sunset Cinema Apr 9, 6:30 pm. Join us for an evening of relaxing movies for adults. Please contact us for movie information. Knit and Crochet Club Apr 11, 2:30 pm. Bring your own yarn and needles to learn this fun and creative craft! Social Networking Session Apr 12, 2:30-3:30 pm. Learn about Kijiji, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and more! Wills & Estate Planning Session Apr 15, 6:30 pm. Speaker Donald F. Cullinan, provided by the Public Legal Education & Information Service of NB. Classic Film Apr 15, Special start time of 5:40 pm. Forget cheap movie night – we’re showing an all-time classic for free, with popcorn & pop included! Contact us for movie information. The Graphic Novel Club for Adults Apr 26, 11:00 am. This month’s selection will be selected titles from DC’s New 52. E-Reader Information Apr 29, 6:30 pm. Session about e-books & e-readers. Bring your own device. Book Club for Adults Apr 24, 2:30 pm. This month’s selection is The Shoemaker’s Wife by Adriana Trigiani. Seniors’ Café Apr 30, 10:30 am. An hour of refreshments & conversation. Contact Phone: (506) 643-7250

Sat Apr 05 CENTRAL LIBRARY: TEEN PROGRAMS. Saint John Free Public Library, 1 Market Square. YOUNG VOLUNTEERS, Wednesdays, 4-5 pm. Registration for this term is now closed. (506) 643-7237. YOUTH ADVISORY GROUP, April 26th, 11 am - 1 pm. Teens help develop the library collection and services of the future. Monthly meetings. Application forms are available at the circulation desk or www.saintjohnlibrary.com. (506) 643-7237. CHESS CLUB, Saturdays, 2 -3 pm. For children and teens of all ages and skill levels. Parents welcome too. Help is available. Call 643-7237. LGBT+ YOUTH DISCUSSION GROUP, April 10th, 4:00-6:00 pm, Meeting Room 2, upstairs. The Library and Saint John Pride partner to bring an LGBT+ youth group for 18 and under. The youth group will be in the form of communal, open discussion with the purpose of having a safe space to talk about LGBT+ topics Light refreshments will be available. Call (506) 643-7237 for information. Contact Phone: (506) 643-7224

Wed Apr 09 PERFORMING ARTS CLASSES FOR CHILDREN & YOUTH. InterAction School, 228 Germain Street. Until June 20, 2014: Classes for Children and Youth ages 3-18 in all aspects of performing arts, including Dance (Contemporary, Ballet, Jazz, Modern), Theatre (Acting, Improv, Film, Musical Theatre, Productions), Music (Private and Group lessons in Voice, Bass, Guitar, Drums, Piano), Radio Broadcasting and the popular series of Kinder programs for ages 3-5 (KinderDance, KinderAct, and KinderRock). Taught by professional teaching artists who nurture the child's skills in a safe, inclusive, and fun community environment. www.iactspa.com Contact Phone: 506-674-9192

Apr WEST BRANCH LIBRARY: APRIL ADULT PROGRAMS. Lancaster Mall, 621 Fairville Boulevard. Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast April 16 @ 10:30 am. Chick Flic Enjoy ‘Girl’s Night’, with a chick Flic and the best popcorn on the Westside, Wednesday, April 9 @ 6:00 pm. Viewing: Saving Mr. Banks Chick Lit Book Club Robin and the Chicks pick The Rosie Project by Graeme Simpson, Wednesday, April 30 @ 7:00 pm. It’s a Mystery to Me – Mystery Book Club Thursday, April 17 @ 7:00 pm – Books by Simon Brett. This program occurs monthly every third Thursday, from September until June. New members are welcome. Friday Flic Bring a friend and view a free movie and popcorn courtesy of Lancaster Mall. Friday, April 12 @ 2:30 pm. Viewing: All Is Lost. UKU 4U Uku with Ann Brown, Kay MacLean & David Goss: Beginner Class Thursday afternoons @ 1:00 pm. Intermediate class Thursday afternoons @ 1:45 pm. Blankets For Canada Society Inc. Crocheters and knitters are welcome to make 8 X 8 squares to create blankets for people without shelter in the Saint John Area. Donations of yarn gratefully appreciated. Knit 2 Together (k2tog) Wednesday afternoon drop -in. We have knitted squares, tea and treats; if you have the time drop in and put two or more together to make a blanket. WBL Gallery Paintings by Wayne Williamson. WBL Window & Off the Canvas Quality wooden bat, bird and butterfly houses and much more by Pitman Pine Products. Gates Computer Lab Available to check your e-mail, do research and use the internet. The service is FREE. Book a tutorial and learn basic computer skills. Contact Phone: (506) 643-7260

Thu Apr 24 SPRING DESSERT & BRIDGE FUNDRAISER. St. Paul's Church, 4 Church St., Rothesay. 1:00-4:00 pm. Tickets: $12 each and can be purchased or reserved at St. Paul's Church office (506) 847-1812. Our spring fundraising proceeds go towards sending local youth to New Brunswick camps. Contact Phone: 506-849-1051

Fri Apr 25 TRICK BOXING WITH SOSSY MECHANICS. Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South. A saucy viewer might describe this piece as “Fred & Ginger meet Rambo - with puppets.” Minneapolis-based company sossymechanics created this warm and funny old-fashioned love story in 2002 and has been touring it in the US and Canada ever since. The combined ballroom dancing and acting talents of Brian Sostek and Megan McClellan bring to life the charming tale of Dancing Danny, an immigrant lad who finds both his true love and his true talents, with a lot of laughs along the way. www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca (506) 674-4100. Contact Phone: (506) 674-4100

Sat Apr 26 BOWL FOR KIDS' SAKE - "BE A KID AGAIN". Fairview Bowling Lanes 10:00 am-9:30 pm. Saint John: Sat,, Apr 26 Wed,, Apr 30 (J.D. Irving Limited / PALS / Schools) Dress up in your “favorite kid” costume! • Teams consist of 4 to 6 players • Choose a 90-minute bowling time • Have a great time feeling like a kid again! Event Website and Fundraising Tool! www.bowlforkidssake2014.kintera.org/saintjohn Call (506) 635-1145 to register, each person must raise a minimum of $100 to be eligible for prizes! All ages welcome! Big Brothers Big Sisters makes a difference in our community by providing children in need with one-to-one mentoring services that are proven to help kids stay in school, avoid risky behaviour such as bullying, and grow up to be more civic-minded adults. Contact Phone: 506-635-1145

Sat Apr 26 "BEAUTIFUL TOGETHER" FASHION SHOW. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Rothesay. 1:30-4:00 pm. “Beautiful Together!” Fashion Show and Spring Dessert Tea in support of Sophia Recovery Centre. . Tanjay and Alia Fashions. Church Location: 31 Gondola Point Road, Rothesay. Delicious Desserts and Tea/coffee served. Tickets: $15 at the door. Mission Statement: Sophia Recovery Centre provides a safe and supportive environment offering education, counselling and integration into 12 step spirituality , for women seeking recovery from addiction. Contact Phone: (506) 633-8733

Sunday, April 27, "ELVIS - THE MOMENTS" The show everyone is talking about! "ELVIS - THE MOMENTS" featuring Pete Paquette with Rudy and the Angels Showband is coming to the Maritimes this spring! He has the look, he has the moves, and he has the voice, Pete Paquette, an international multi-award winning Elvis Tribute Artist and voted Las Vegas Elvis Festival Best Performer, brings you back in time to relive the music of Elvis Presley with "Elvis-The Moments”. Supporting Pete will be Toronto's finest Rudy and the Angels Showband. “Elvis-The Moments" takes you through the musical career of one of the most celebrated entertainers, Elvis Presley. An authentic and energetic show that showcases some of the most memorable moments of the Kings live performances, from his early years of Rock'n Roll in the 1950’s to his explosive energy as he returned to perform live on stage in Las Vegas during the 1970's. A dynamic performance NOT TO BE MISSED! Thursday, April 24, 2014 (7:30pm) Moncton, NB / Capitol Theatre 1-800-567-1922 Friday, April 25, 2014 (7:30pm) Fredericton, NB / The Playhouse 1-866-884-5800 Saturday, April 26, 2014 (7:30pm) Summerside, PEI / Harbourfront Theatre 1-800-708-6505 Sunday, April 27, 2014 (7:30pm) Saint John, NB / Imperial Theatre 1-800-323-7469 www.imperialtheatre.nb.caFor more information visit www.paquetteproductions.com

Tue Apr 29 CARROLL BAKER CONCERT: THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES. Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South. 7:30 pm. Country Music Legend Carroll Baker will be returning to Saint John after more than 30 years. She will be performing her acclaimed show Thanks for the Memories for her fans in the area. With more than 20 number one records, Juno Awards, Gold and Platinum record sales in Canada and on the International scene, Country music Hall of Fame Member and Order of Canada recipient, this is a must-see show for music lovers of all ages. For tickets: Purchase online at www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca or phone (506) 674-4100 or 1-800-323-7469. Tickets on sale Now! Sponsored in part by Chipman Hill Suites. Contact Phone: (519) 822-2732

Thu May 01 WHAT'S IN THE BOX? A FUNDRAISER FOR SJAC. Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza. 7:00 pm. Building on the great success of 2013’s ‘Renaissance’ fundraiser due to the kind support of our sponsors & attendees, our popular event is back for 2014 to answer the burning question, ‘What’s in the Box?’ Join us for an entertaining evening of delicious food, fine drink, great jazz music, & an opportunity to support your community arts centre! You’ll also have a unique chance to purchase a ‘mystery box’ containing an original artwork, which has been generously donated by a local professional or emerging artist. Tickets are $75 and are limited to 200 so don’t delay! Please drop in or call us at (506) 633-4870 to order. Contact Phone: (506) 633-4870

Thu May 01 MAY ADULT PROGRAMS: EAST BRANCH LIBRARY. East Branch Library, 545 Westmorland Road. For Adults This month, we’re featuring the photography of Phyllis Holmes. Stop by and see her work! Social Networking Session May 3, 2:30-3:30 pm. Learn about Kijiji, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and more! National Film Board Movie May 6, 6:30 pm. Watch some of the best in Canadian filmmaking—this month’s film is the documentary My Prairie Home. Knit and Crochet Club May 9, 2:30 pm. Bring your own yarn and needles to learn this fun and creative craft! Family Law Clinic May 13, 6:30-7:30 pm. Separation: Legal Considerations presented by the Public Legal Education & Information Service of New Brunswick. Sunset Cinema May 14, 6:30 pm. Join us for an evening of relaxing movies for adults. Classic Film May 20, 6:30 pm. Forget cheap movie night – we’re showing an all-time classic for free, with refreshments! The Graphic Novel Club for Adults May 24, 11:00 am-12 noon. This month’s selection is Laika by Nick Abadzis. E-Reader Information May 27, 6:30–7:30 pm. An informative session about e-books and e-readers. Please bring your own device. Seniors’ Café May 29, 10:30-11:30 am. An hour of refreshments & conversation. Plant Exchange Drop-In All Day. May 29. Exchange your greenery for new to you perennials, annuals or house plants! Book Club for Adults May 29, 2:30-3:30 pm. This month’s selection is The Colony of Unrequited Dreams by Wayne Johnston. Contact Phone: 506-643-7250

Thu May 01 MAY EVENTS FOR CHILDREN: EAST BRANCH LIBRARY. East Branch Library, 545 Westmorland Road. The Family Drop-In is filled with theme-related books and activity sheets to delight your family with something new each week. This month’s themes are Milk, Mother’s Day, Gardening, Rain, and Butterflies. Preschool Storytime has fun for preschoolers every Thursday from 10:30-11:00 am. Listen to stories & make a cool craft! Babies In The Library Fri, May 2, 10:00-10:30 am. Sing songs, play with books and participate in knee bounces, finger-plays and more. Registration is limited. Lego-Palooza All Day May 3 & 24. Drop in on these days & build to your heart’s content! Storyteller Clara Dugas May 7, 1:00 pm. Come in and listen to stories told by accomplished Nova Scotia storyteller Clara Dugas, sponsored by TD Canadian Children’s Book Week. Children’s Movie Time May 10 and 31, 2:00 pm. Come and see fun-filled family flicks, with free popcorn and juice! All Day Craft Drop-In All Day. May 10. Kids can stop by and make a secret craft to give to their mom for Mother’s Day. Children’s Plant-Acular! May 17, 2:30 pm. Children can sow a seed, get a little dirty, and find their green thumb today! Contact Phone: 506-643-7250

Fri May 02 TOBY KEITH "IN CONCERT". Harbour Station, 99 Station Street. Country music icon Toby Keith brings his "Hammer Down" tour to Saint John! www.harbourstation.ca (506) 657-1234.

Fri May 02 LIBRARY REGION ANNUAL BOOK SALE (MAY 02 & 03). Atrium of Market Square, 1 Market Square. Book bargains galore! The 27th annual Public Library Book Sale at Market Square begins on Friday, May 2nd from 10 am until 8 pm and continues on Saturday, May 3rd from 10 am until 3 pm. Tons of books for all ages, plus magazines, music and movies! Profits from the Book Sale are used to purchase new books for the 10 public libraries in the Fundy Library Region. For more information call (506) 643-7220. Contact Phone: (506) 643-7230

Sat May 03 BRYAN ADAMS - IN CONCERT! Harbour Station, 99 Station Street. 8:00 pm. Canadian rock icon, Bryan Adams, brings his highly successful 2014 "Bare Bones" acoustic concert tour Saint John! The celebrated rocker has sold over 65 million records, toured six continents, and achieved #1 status in over 40 countries around the world. With hits like, "Cuts Like A Knife", "Summer of '69", "Kids Wanna Rock", "Can't Stop This Thing We've Started", "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You", "Open Road" and most recently "Thought I'd Seen Everything", Adams' status as one of the great songwriters of our time has been solidified. His latest release Bare Bones is a collection of live recordings culled from the acoustic tour. Tickets for his Saint John show go on sale Friday, March 14 at 10:00 am. They'll be available at the Harbour Station box office, by calling (506) 657-1234 or 1-800-267-2800 and online at www.harbourstation.ca

Sat May 03 FOUNDERS' NIGHT "GALA" CONCERT! Saint John High School, Duke & Prince William Sts. 7:00 pm. Founders' Night "Gala" Concert featuring Intermediate and Senior performers competing for the 'Star' of the Festival along with many prestigious awards. Admission: $10 for Adults; $5 for Students; $25 for Family of 4. Tickets are available at the door. Contact Phone: 506 647-0253

Sat May 03 CELEBRATION OF "SMALL TOWN, BIG FASHION" EXHIBIT. New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square. 5:00-7:00 pm. Join the New Brunswick Museum in celebration of the exhibition and publication Small Town, Big Fashion: Fashion from Southeastern New Brunswick from 1860-1960 from the Keillor House Museum collection. RSVP: (506) 643-2349 / 1-888-268-9595 or email vs-sv@nbm-mnb.ca by 1 May. The exhibition will be at the NBM until 1 June 2014. Small Town, Big Fashion will show the progression of fashion over a hundred-year period, using women’s garments from the Keillor House Museum collection. The exhibition portrays how the Southeastern New Brunswick women kept abreast of the constantly changing styles of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. www.nbm-mnb.ca (506) 643-2300 / 1-888-268-9595. Contact Phone: (506) 643-2349

Sun May 04 CHANSONGS WITH MARY STEWART AND/ET LES HAY BABIES. Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South. 7:30 pm. This evening of bilingual song is co-presented by our friends at L’Association Régionale de la Communauté francophone de Saint-Jean. Audiences from all cultures will be delighted by these charming , quirky, talented women: New Brunswick’s own Les Hay Babies making their first appearance on our stage and Nova Scotian Mary Stewart returning after several years’ absence. Did we say quirky? Les Hay Babies first made a name for themselves performing in elevators at the ECMA awards, and Mary Stewart wrote a song a day for a year! Expect lots of laughs as songs and stories fly across the stage. www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca (506) 674-4100. Contact Phone: (506) 674-4100

Sun May 04 ASIAN HERITAGE MONTH: OPENING CEREMONY. Atrium, Market Square, 1 Market Square. 2:00 pm. This event is Free and open to the general public. Entertainment and displays. May is Asian Heritage Month. This acknowledges the long and rich history of Asian Canadians and their contributions to Canada. It also provides an opportunity for Canadians across the country to reflect on, and celebrate, the contributions of Canadians of Asian heritage to the growth and prosperity of Canada.

Sun May 04 "IT'S A GIRL THING"! THE ORIGINAL SINCE 2003. Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza. 1:00-4:00 pm. Renew your spirit and capture your imagination by attending "It's a Girl Thing! the Original since 2003 an eclectic array of exhibitors collected with women in mind. Gather your Mom, sister, aunt & BFF to this Wow fundraiser! Receive tips on everything from skincare to interior design, purses, hair care, make-up, jewelry, a walk around fashion show, gardening, cooking & so much more! Information, food, samples & too much fun awaits you. $6 cover goes directly to the good works of Romero House & the Saint John Vineyard Food Pantry & Outreach Program. Having fun while raising funds! Contact Phone: (506) 672-9007

Tue May 06 SAINT JOHN VOLUNTEER CENTRE: EVENING NUGGET. 66 Waterloo Street. 6:00 pm. Topic: Success with the Job Interview. The job interview can be an intimidating experience. Effective preparation is a key to success. Participants leave this workshop with an understanding of what the interviewer is looking for; the stages of the interview process; how to respond to some common interview questions; appropriate body language and resources that are available to help. The workshop will help build confidence so that participants look forward to the challenge of the job interview. The workshop is appropriate for people at any level: high school or university students; adults looking to get into the workforce; people in the workforce who may want to switch jobs or those who have a general interest in the topic. Facilitator - Dr. Beth Gilbert is a retired professor from the Faculty of Business at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John. While at UNBSJ, Dr.Gilbert was the Director of the Co-operative Education Programing in the Faculty of Business. She holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Theory from the University of Toronto and an MBA and BA from Queen’s University in Kingston. In retirement, Beth does workshops and consulting on Effective Interpersonal Communication and has started a business called Practically Speaking. Subjects for workshops include conflict resolution, effective body language, persuasive presentation of a message, dealing with difficult people, Emotional Intelligence, participative decision making, and establishing boundaries in the workplace. All Education Programs are sponsored by the United Way of Greater Saint John. Location: Saint John Volunteer Centre, 66 Waterloo Street, Training Room Suite 224. Pre-register call (506) 658-1555 or email training@nb.aibn.com Registration: 5:30 pm / Workshop: 6:00 pm to 8 pm. Fee: $15 for Members, $25 for Non-Members, Students $10. Failure to notify of cancellation 2 days prior to Worshop will be invoiced. Contact Phone: 506-658-1555

Wed May 07 LUNCH & LEARN: CULTURAL CLASHES. Saint John Free Public Library, 1 Market Square. 11:30 am-1:30 pm. Cultural Clashes. Facilitator: Prof. Greg Marquis, Professor of History, University of New Brunswick, Saint John. Host: Asian Heritage Society of New Brunswick, Saint John Chapter, in partnership with the Ssaint John Free Public Library. Contact Phone: (506) 648-5632

Wed May 07 A DAY IN HER SHOES! Atrium of Market Square, 1 Market Square. 6:00 pm. Tickets are now on sale for A Day in Her Shoes in support of mental health programs offered by the Canadian Mental Health Association of New Brunswick in Saint John. An evening of glitz and glamour includes hors d’oeuvres, wine/beverages, a silent auction and the season’s best fashion show! The latest spring fashions from Manchester Shoe Salon, Samuel & Co, Envy, Walsh Luggage, Inspire Collections and make-up by Element5 Spa will be featured. Guest speaker Helen MacDonnell, Mental Health Advocate and Founder of Women & Wellness, will highlight the evening with an inspirational message. Tickets: $40 each. A Day in Her Shoes is a great opportunity to unite with other women to promote positive mental health while supporting a great cause. Tickets for this special event are available at Manchester Shoe Salon, CMHA office (15th floor of City Hall), online at www.nb.cmha.ca or by calling (506) 633-1705. Contact Phone: (506) 633-1705

Sat May 10 SPRING WARBLER IDENTIFICATION WORKSHOP. Interpretation Centre, Rockwood Park. 9:30 am-2:00 pm. The Saint John Naturalists’ Club is proud to present a Spring Warbler Identification Workshop and field trip. The morning workshop, led by our expert birder, Jim Wilson, will focus on colour, bold patterns, song and habitats. It is perfect timing to prepare for the arrival of this intriguing and beautiful group of song birds. We will look for some of the early arrivals at Rockwood Park in the early afternoon. As seats are limited, please pre-register with Joanne by calling (506) 847-4245 or emailing her at davesavage@rogers.com . Bring your bag lunch and binoculars. Refreshments available. Established in 1962, the Saint John Naturalists' Club welcomes everyone interested in the study, conservation, and enjoyment of nature in New Brunswick. Contact Phone: (506) 757-8380

Sat May 10 MAGICAL MUSIC & DIVINE DESSERTS FOR MOTHER'S DAY! Hillcrest Baptist Church, Lancaster Avenue. 7:00 pm. Its’ coming up roses as Fresh Start Services for Women presents its third annual evening of “Magical Music & Divine Desserts” celebrating Mothers. The celebration will feature music by Debbie Harrity & Jamie Stanton, Still Waters Singers, Hilary Branch, Deantha Edmonds & students, Sue Duff, and the Hillcrest Choir followed by a great selection of our “divine desserts”. Please join us to celebrate mothers and Fresh Start’s mission “to reduce poverty and homelessness by offering support, education, and advocacy to those in need.” Tickets: $15 in advance at the Bank of Montreal, Lancaster Mall (cash only). Call (506) 635-4122 to purchase tickets by Visa, Mastercard, debit or cash. Rush tickets at the door are $20. Contact Phone: (506) 635-1859

Mon May 12 "MUSIC OF REMEMBRANCE" CONCERT. St. Mark's United Church, Dexter Drive, West. 7:00 pm. "Music of Remembrance Concert" commemorating the 100th anniversary of the start of WWI and the 75th anniversary of of the start of WWII. Featuring the 3rd Field Artillery Regiment Band, the Saint John Chorale, the group Before the Mast, Dwane Drost, a NB Hall of Fame Country and Gospel singer, pipers and much more. View a collection of war time memorabilia following the concert and enjoy refreshments. Adults: $12 and children (12 and under): $6. Tickets available by calling the church office at (506) 672-3320 or (506) 672-8176.

Tue May 13 LUNCH & LEARN: CULTURAL CLASHES. KV Library. 11:30 am-1:30 pm. Cultural Clashes. Facilitator: Prof. Greg Marquis, Professor of History, University of New Brunswick, Saint John. Host: Asian Heritage Society of New Brunswick, Saint John Chapter, in partnership with the KV Library. Contact Phone: (506) 648-5632

Wed May 14 LUNCH & LEARN: ASIAN WEDDING & FUNERAL PRACTICES. Saint John Free Public Library, 1 Market Square. 11:30 am-1:30 pm. Wedding & Funeral Practices in Asian Countries. Facilitator: Mr. William Thompson - a local historian. Host: Asian Heritage Society of New Brunswick, Saint John Chapter, in partnership with the Saint John Free Public Library. Contact Phone: (506) 648-5632

Fri May 16 MONSTER SPECTACULAR. Harbour Station, 99 Station Street. 7:30 pm. A brand new Monster Spectacular show! Monster truck enthusiasts are promised an action-packed event with the biggest, baddest monster trucks on the planet rattling the roof of Harbour Station. Some of the toughest and wildest drivers on the circuit will be part of the tour, driving such notables as the Red Baron, Iron Outlaw, Scarlet Bandit, and the world-famous Bounty Hunter. Plus, fans won't want to miss freestyle motocross, Pro Sports bike stunts, and more! Tickets to Monster Spectacular 2014 are available now at www.harbourstation.ca, by calling (506) 657-1234 or 1-800-267-2800 and from the Harbour Station Box Office.

Sat May 17 ASIAN CULINARY WORKSHOP. St John the Baptist Church, 54 Broad Street. 1:00-4:00 pm. The workshop will consist of (1) a short slide show of major Asian cuisine, and (2) demonstration and hands-on to learn how to make Chinese dumplings, Filipino sweet buns, and Vietnamese fruit carvings. The workshop is free to public. Space is limited and registration is needed. Contact ahsnbsj@hotmail.com Organized by the Asian Heritage Society of New Brunswick, Saint John Chapter. Contact Phone: (506) 648-5632

Tue May 20 LUNCH & LEARN: ASIAN WEDDING & FUNERAL PRACTICES. KV Library 11:30 am-1:30 pm. Wedding & Funeral Practices in Asian Countries - Facilitator: Mr. William Thompson - a local historian. Host: Asian Heritage Society of New Brunswick, Saint John Chapter, in partnership with the KV Library. Contact Phone: (506) 648-5632

Wed May 21 MORE THAN JUST DESSERT. Delta Brunswick Hotel, 39 King Street. 7:00-9:00 pm. Ever wonder if you're just having a 'senior moment,' or is it a sign that something more serious is happening? Dr. Tiffany Chow, senior clinician from world-renowned Rotman Research Institute in Toronto will reveal if there is a way to prevent Alzheimer's and offer hope for family and caregivers coping with the disease. Costas Halavrezos, former host of CBC Radio's Maritime Noon will offer touching stories about growing up at Nick's Coffee Counter and later his father's struggle with Dementia. He will address what drives our fear of aging in a manner that is both thoughtful and humourous. Tickets $50 with $25 tax receipt. Delicious Dessert Trio. Proceeds to help enhance Residents' lives at Rocmaura Nursing Home, by providing things not funded by government. Purchase tickets online at www.rocmaurafoundation.eventbrite.ca or call (506) 643-7090 or email foundation@rocmaura.com. Tickets also on sale at Manchester Shoes in Market Square. Contact Phone: (506) 643-7090

Wed May 21 SYMPHONY NEW BRUNSWICK: COMMON GROUND. Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South. 7:30 pm. Beethoven's Ninth Symphony is featured with Symphony New Brunswick, Louisbourg Choir, Sally Dibblee, Paula Rockwell, Stuart Howe & Giles Tomkins. Also on the program: Copland: Fanfare for the Common Man / Raum: Processional Fanfare for Brass and Percussion / Barber: Adagio for Strings / Beethoven: Symphony No. 9. Contact Phone: (506) 634-8379

Thu May 22 P.R.O. KIDS ANNUAL "FUN" RAISING DINNER. Delta Brunswick Hotel, 39 King Street. 6:00 pm. Join P.R.O. Kids for an evening and 'Get On Board' to help us give disadvantaged local children a chance to participate in Positive Recreation Opportunities in our area. This memorable night will have: Silent and exciting Live auctions; Live entertainment; A delightful full course international meal; Door Prizes; and lots more! Tickets: $100 each or $800 for a table of eight. All tickets sold are eligible for a $60 Tax receipt. For more information, or to purchase tickets contact (506) 642-7529. prokids@saintjohn.ca www.prokidssj.ca P.R.O. Kids has placed more than 6000 children in the Greater Saint John Area in arts, cultural, and recreation activities over the last 10 years. With your help, we can place hundreds more this year. Contact Phone: (506) 642-7529

Fri May 23 SAINT JOHN EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL (MAY 23-25). Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza. 7:00 pm. Opening Benefit Concert & Reception. Internationally-renowned baroque flute and recorder virtuoso Francis Colpron performs works by Bach, Telemann and Quantz with harpsichordist Tim Blackmore for this reception-style presentation in support of the Early Music Studio of Saint John. The performers will mingle with audience members as they enjoy a complimentary glass of wine and hot and cold hors d'oeuvres. Tickets: $75 (a $30 tax receipt will be issued). Information: www.earlymusicstudio.ca (506) 634-8442 Contact Phone: (506) 634-8442

Fri May 23 SAINT JOHN GALLERY HOP NIGHT! Uptown galleries. Join in the fun and excitement of the ever-popular Saint John Gallery Hop! Visit as many galleries as you can in the uptown Saint John area...all within easy walking distance. Meet artists, view exciting new exhibitions, and socialize with friends and acquaintances. This is a great way to learn about the visual arts scene in Saint John! Participating Public Galleries: 4:00-6:00 pm. City of Saint John Gallery, 20 Peel Plaza; Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South; Library Millennium Artplace, 1 Market Square; New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square; Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza. Participating Commercial Galleries: 5:00-8:00 pm. Citadel Gallery, 162 Charlotte Street; Handworks Gallery, 12 King Street; Harrison House Gallery, 38 Coburg Street; Klausen Framing and Gallery, 106 Prince William Street; Jones Gallery, 73 Duke Street; Peter Buckland Gallery, 35 Duke Street; & Trinity Gallery, 128 Germain Street. Mark your calendar for the next Gallery Hop on Friday, August 22, 2014.

Sat May 24 SAINT JOHN EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL (MAY 23-25). Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza. 1:00-4:30 pm. Early Music Open House. The Saint John Arts Centre will be filled with the sounds of 17th and 18th century musical instruments for this free public event. The Centre's galleries will be alive with displays and demonstrations of baroque violins, viola da gambas, harpsichord, clavichord, recorders, baroque guitar and lutes. Come and enjoy an afternoon exploring the world of Early Music! Admission: Free. Information: www.earlymusicstudio.ca (506) 634-8442 Contact Phone: (506) 634-8442

Sat May 24 SAINT JOHN EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL (MAY 23-25). Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza. 8:00 pm. Music From Versailles. The La Tour Baroque Duo (Tim Blackmore, recorder & harpsichord; Michel Cardin, theorbo) presents an intimate evening of music from the courts of Louis XIV and Louis XV, performed in the soft glow of candlelight. Includes a complimentary glass of wine and cold finger food. Tickets: $30. Information: www.earlymusicstudio.ca (506) 634-8442 Contact Phone: (506) 634-8442

Sat May 24 ASIAN HERITAGE CULTURAL GALA. Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South. 7:00 pm. Outstanding performances by the Asian community of greater Saint Johnn. May is Asian Heritage Month. This acknowledges the long and rich history of Asian Canadians and their contributions to Canada. It also provides an opportunity for Canadians across the country to reflect on, and celebrate, the contributions of Canadians of Asian heritage to the growth and prosperity of Canada.

Sun May 25 SAINT JOHN EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL (MAY 23-25). Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza. 2:00 pm. Viva l'Italia! The Early Music Studio's Collegium Musicum (Sara Liptay & Katherine Moller, baroque violins; Tim Blackmore, harpsichord) presents a lively program of works from 17th century Rome, Venice, Naples, Bologna and Mantua. Includes refreshments. Admission: $20 Adults; $15 Seniors; $5 Students. Information: www.earlymusicstudio.ca (506) 634-8442. Contact Phone: (506) 634-8442

Mon May 26 MAMMA MIA! (MAY 26 & 27). Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South. 7:30 pm. Presented by the Imperial Theatre Foundation, Inc. Over 50 million people all around the world have fallen in love with the characters, the story and the music that make Mamma Mia. The story-telling magic of ABBA's timeless songs propels this enchanting tale of love, laughter and friendship, and every night everyone's having the time of their lives! Whether this is your first or your tenth time seeing the show, an evening at Mamma Mia, especially at the Imperial Theatre, will bring out your dancing queen. The perfect Mother’s Day gift! Contact Phone: (506) 674-4100

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Sunday May 11th The second event will consist of a Mother’s Day Brunch held at the Shediac Multi-Purpose Centre located at 58 Festival Street on Sunday May 11th from 9:30 am until 1:30 pm with great food and entertainment. Doors will open at 8am for those wishing to bid at the silent auction set-up in the lobby or for those simply wanting to drop-in to make a donation for the cause. The Brunch will include entertainment (artists to be confirmed in the next few days) and a full brunch menu, details to follow. Cost for these tickets is 15.00$ and 10.00 for children under 12 years old. Tickets are on sale at the door at the Shediac Multi-Purpose Centre (tel: 506-532-7700). Participants of the Brunch will have the opportunity to buy a ticket at a reduced price for the “Acoustic Sundays” Series featuring Jacques Comeau, show starting at 2:30pm.
Local businesses are being solicited to offer funds, donations or food to cover all expenses for these events. * All donations with value of 1000.00$ or over, will be identified in the program of both events as a Gold Sponsor.
If you wish to offer your services or donate towards these Fundraising efforts or for any other information, please contact Odette Babineau at 506-531-0252 Thanking you in advance for your help in this matter! Fili-aid@live.ca


La deuxième partie de la levée de fonds consistera d’un Brunch de la Fête des Mères qui aura lieu le dimanche 11 mai entre 9h30 et 13h30 au Centre Multi-Fonctionnel de Shediac situé au 58 rue Festival à Shediac. Le brunch comprendra un menu complet de brunch ainsi que du divertissement avec artistes surprises qui seront dévoilés d’ici quelques jours. Les billets au coût de 15.00$ et 10.00$ pour jeunes de moins de 12 ans, seront en vente à la porte du Centre Multi-Fonctionnel (tel: 506-532-7700) la journée du Brunch. Les portes ouvriront à 8H00 pour ceux et celles qui veulent soumettre une offre pour les objets offerts pour l’encan silencieuse en étalage dans le foyer du centre ou pour ceux ou celles qui veulent tout simplement offrir un don envers la cause. Tous les participants du brunch pourront se procurer un billet à prix réduit pour la Série Dimanches Acoustiques avec Jacques Comeau, spectacle qui suivra le brunch à 14h30.
Les commerces ou organismes ou entreprises locales seront sollicités pour dons, nourriture pour les activités ou cadeaux envers l’encan. Tout don d’une valeur de 1000.00$ ou plus sera identifié au programme comme Partenaire OR!
Si vous désirez offrir votre aide ou faire un don envers le coût de ce projet communautaire ou pour toute information, communiquez avec Odette Babineau au 506-531-0252. Je vous remercie à l’avance pour votre collaboration ! Odette Babineau. Fili-aid@live.ca

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TNB THEATRE SCHOOL Guys and Dolls Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows | Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser | MAY 8-10 | THE FREDERICTON PLAYHOUSE TNB EXTRAS |

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