Beaverbrook Art Gallery
The Beaverbrook Art Gallery is expanding its art education and outreach program services with the inception of a new Volunteer Program that includes the establishment of a Francophone docent group and the development of new resources for docent training.
Charlotte Street Arts Centre
The Charlotte Street Arts Centre is a unique community of entrepreneurs in the arts, culture and wellness sectors, as well as provincial arts and culture organizations, and individual artists in a wide variety of disciplines (music, dance, new media, visual arts, etc). The Charlotte Street Arts Centre facility is owned and operated by Fredericton Arts & Learning, Inc., a registered nonprofit charity.
The oldest private art gallery in New Brunswick was established in 1976 by James and Inge Pataki. James, a classical musician, and Inge a practicing visual artist, arrived in Fredericton from Europe in 1970 when James joined the Brunswick String Quartet at the University of New Brunswick.
Canoe Kayak New Brunswick
To promote, foster and perpetuate recreational canoeing and kayaking as an educational, cultural, historic and constructive recreational experience
Fredericton Botanic Garden
In 1989, inspired by their common passion for botany and horticulture, a group of local residents formed the Fredericton Botanic Garden Association (FBGA), dedicated to establishing a Botanic Garden in Fredericton.
Fredericton Recreation and Leisure
Fredericton Parks and Playgrounds
Are you looking for a quiet spot to read your favourite new book? Or how about a walk, jog or ride along the mighty Saint John River, a hike through tree lined trails or taking the path less chosen? Why not fly a kite in the open field, take a rest on a park bench, bird watch or have a family picnic under the picnic shelter?
Fundy National Park
Fundy National Park of Canada encompasses some of the last remaining wilderness in southern New Brunswick. Here, the conifer dominated Caledonia Highlands roll down to meet the fog-generating Bay of Fundy. The tidal fluctuation of the Bay of Fundy is the highest in the world. Watch fishing boats come and go to the rhythm of the bay. Inland, explore lush forests and deep stream valleys.
Miramichi Folk Song Festival
The festival has grown from a three day event, to a six day event with fourteen shows, including a breakfast, luncheons, evening performances, a children’s show, and open air concerts. In addition to the traditional folksongs, contemporary tunes are very much a part of the Festival. Over the years, local musicians have shared the stage with the likes of Bill Staines, Graham Townsend, Ned Landry, Ron Hynes, Valdy, Lennie Gallant, to name a few.
Hopewell Rocks, Ocean Tidal Exploration
The Hopewell Rocks is a place to pause…a place to appreciate a remarkable story interwoven through time, tide, and the intricacies of nature. These are the highest tides in the world. And they happen twice a day....every day.
Irving Nature Park
The jewel of Saint John’s historic west side is located at the end of a scenic coastal road that winds along the Bay of Fundy shoreline. The Irving Nature Park is a 600-acre peninsula of volcanic rock and forest, sandwiched between the open ocean and a wide expanse of tidal salt marsh.
Newcomers Club Directory for New Brunswick
Newcomers Clubs, Women's Groups, Moms Clubs & Dads organizations in New Brunswick
On behalf of the people of Canada, we protect and present nationally significant examples of Canada's natural and cultural heritage and foster public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment in ways that ensure their ecological and commemorative integrity for present and future generations.
Roosevelt Campobello International Park
Roosevelt Campobello International Park is a singular example of international cooperation - jointly administered, staffed, and funded by the peoples of Canada and the United States. Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt’s magnificent summer home is preserved here in a combination indoor museum and outdoor nature park on Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada.
Sentier NB Trail
The New Brunswick Trails Council Inc. is a non-profit, membership/volunteer organization founded in 1994 that is dedicated to the advancement of the non-motorized/green/active living trails movement in New Brunswick.
The Playhouse, Fredericton
The Playhouse was a gift from Lord and Lady Beaverbrook to the people of New Brunswick in 1964. The only performing arts facility of its kind in the province at that time, it served primarily as a road house for touring artists. Local amateur productions were also commonly staged at the 1000-seat venue.
Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival
The Best International Festival Experience on Canada's East Coast!
Symphony New Brunswick
In 1990 the organization changed its name to “Symphony New Brunswick” reflecting its mission to serve the entire Province. Today, Symphony New Brunswick (‘SNB”) is the only full-size professional orchestra in New Brunswick. Michael Newnham was appointed Music Director and Principal Conductor in 2010, and is the third professional music director in the Symphony’s almost 30 year history. Under his leadership, SNB is experiencing a period of unprecedented artistic growth.
Theatre New Brunswick
Theatre New Brunswick is one of Canada's oldest and longest running regional theatre companies. Our mission is to create extraordinary theatre that inspires and entertains our audience while celebrating New Brunswick's best theatre content and artists; and to provide outstanding theatre training and performance that educates and awakens the imaginations of our youth and emerging artists.
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Lunar Rogue Pub
The Lunar Rogue Pub was named after New Brunswick's most celebrated rogue Henry More Smith (circa 1815, aka. Henry Moon). It is designed in the Loyalist/Colonial style unique to the Lower Saint John River Valley and as depicted at New Brunswick's famous King's Landing Historic Settlement.
The Blue Door
The Blue Door opened in 2002 and recently was purchases by a group of business professionals led by Mike Babineau. Mike has worked in the industry for more than 15 years.
Acadian Museum/Musée acadien
Founded in 1886, the Acadian Museum of the Universite of Moncton has more than 38,000 objects and photographs. Discover one of the largest collections in the world of Acadian artifacts.
New Brunswick Museum
The New Brunswick Museum is a provincial institution funded in part by the Province of New Brunswick, which continues to collect, preserve, research and interpret NB's natural and cultural heritage. As well as its remarkable natural sciences collection, the museum has diverse and extensive collections of artifacts from New Brunswick and all over the world.