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Community and Culture

The Miramichi International Chalk Art Festival

The Miramichi Chalk Art Festival will have professional, intermediate, and novice street painters who have two days to complete giant 2D and 3D, 8' x 10' paintings on the Water Street pavement. The closed-to-traffic area will include a children's chalk zone, an afternoon music stage, food trucks, and vendors. A lot of fun for the whole family! Our chalk event features street painters f...
1745 Water Street
Miramichi , NB
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Community and Culture

Grand Falls Regional Potato Festival

The Grand Falls Regional Potato Festival is one of the longest running festival in New Brunswick, celebrating its 60<sup>th</sup> edition in 2022! The festival brings together the people of Grand Falls and its surrounding communities. Music, local singers and musicians, local artisans, food, activities and competitions for all ages, and much more. In concert this year: Big Wreck, Travi...
131, Pleasant St, suite 100
Grand-Sault , NB
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Community and Culture

Minto Summer Festival

Come on down to the village of Minto for a weekend filled with great family fun! Bouncy castles, Science East and food trucks at the park, parade featuring Miss and Little Miss Minto, and a show from the local Cunningham Haines Band at the arena. Stay tuned on the festival's Facebook page to stay up to date with new additions to the lineup.
52 Park St.
Minto, NB
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Sport and Activity

Centreville Truck & Tractor Pull/Centreville Super Power Pull

Tractor pulling is a competitive motor sport in which modified farm tractors, modified tractors or trucks drag a metal sled along a prescribed course. The sled contains a box filled with weight that is mechanically winched forward as the sled progresses along the course. This Truck &amp; Tractor Power Pull, hosted by the Centreville Chamber of Commerce and the Village of Centreville, t...
698 Central St.
Centreville, NB
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Community and Culture

Canada Day Celebrations (Perth-Andover)

Celebrate Canada Day in Perth-Andover, New Brunswick at Veteran’s Field. Celebrations include live entertainment, old-fashioned games, water games, cake cutting ceremony, and a family fireworks display in the evening. Something for everyone of all ages!
Veterans Field
564 East Riverside Drive
Perth-Andover , NB
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Food and Drink

Beer on the Bridge

The Rotary Club of Fredericton Sunrise and SNAP! A Burlesque Revue welcome you to join us on the Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge in Fredericton for a festival of the spirits! Give back to your community while you watch the sun go down over the mighty Saint John river. Come support Rotary's community projects while enjoying mead, beer and cider, live music, and food from some of New Brunswic...
Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge
Fredericton, NB
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Sport and Activity

Big Wolf's Backyard Ultra Edmundston (Silver Ticket)

Held in the splendid Edmundston region, New Brunswick Backyard Ultra will be run in a magnificent environment. This challenge is described as one of the most mentally and strategically grueling races in the world. Contestants run a 4.1 mile loop every hour, all day, all night, nonstop. The Big Backyard will continue until but one man is left standing… no matter how long it takes. The l...
Petit-Sault Park
Edmundston, NB
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Ties the Bind

The people of New Brunswick have diverse backgrounds and ancestry that are important to celebrate. Explore the topics of love, romance, weddings, heartbreak, family, and more this weekend in the Village.
5804 Route 102, Prince William, NB E6K 0A5
Kings Landing, New Brunswick
Prince William, NB
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Community and Culture

The Shediac Lobster Festival

From July 2 to 10, locals and visitors alike enjoy close to 50 activities and experiences during Shediac's famous lobster festival. The very popular music concerts on the festival’s main stage will feature Cayouche, Les Gars du Nord, the popular local group Big Bad Party Band, Laurie LeBlanc, the Halifax-based band Signal Hill, the Moncton-based Love Guns with their show A KISS Tribute...
58 Festival Street
Shediac, NB
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Sport and Activity

Festivals des Rameurs

In 1967, the parish organized a special event to celebrate the Centennial of the Confederacy. This event, the crossing of the Bay of Chaleur in a rowing boat, was such a success that it was decided to hold it annually. In 1968, the Festival des Rameurs started. In addition to the 35-km (22 miles) rowing competition race on Chaleur Bay aboard whaler boats, the festival now offers a lot ...
582 Principale St.
Petit-Rocher, NB
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Community and Culture

Perth Elks Lodge 70th Anniversary Celebration

The Perth Elks Lodge will be hosting its 70th anniversary celebrations on Saturday, July 9, from 2-7 pm, followed by a dance that evening. The day's activities will include a community BBQ, music, activities for children, and a formal anniversary celebration. Everyone is invited to attend!
549 East Riverside Dr.
Perth-Andover, NB
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Community and Culture

New Brunswick Fisheries and Aquaculture Festival

The sea and its riches, fishing and its seals… It's a whole maritime heritage that is celebrated in style during the New Brunswick Fisheries and Aquaculture Festival in Shippagan, the commercial fishing capital of New Brunswick. Participate in the many activities of the oldest festival in the Acadian Peninsula: blessing of boats, music shows, sporting events, theatre and more. ...
200-1 Hôtel de ville Avenue
Shippagan, NB
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Community and Culture

Power & Politics at Kings Landing

New Brunswick was established as a province on June 18, 1784 that would have its own government, money and taxes. It was divided into parishes and counties with magistrates, sheriffs and other officers. This weekend at Kings Landing, see how power and politics in the mid-1800s played a role in the lives of the Villagers.
Kings Landing
5804 Route 102
Prince William, NB
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Community and Culture

Lac Baker Tourism Festival

Celebrate summer at the Lac Baker Tourism Festival! Come to the municipal beach and enjoy the welcoming atmosphere of this exciting summer festival. Mingle with local festival goers and participate in sports and cultural activities held during this 3-day event.
99 de l'Île Rd.
Lac Baker, NB
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Community and Culture

Waterways Weekend at Kings Landing

Long before the construction of roads and the use of modern transportation, waterways served as the primary routes for travel, trade and exploration. Join us at Kings Landing for stories, songs and demonstrations all about life on the water and those who navigate it.
Kings Landing
5804 Route 102
Prince William, NB
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Sport and Activity

The Miramichi International Kite Festival

The Miramichi International Kite Festival presents a weekend of family kites flying at the Miramichi Airport. See some of the best kite flyers in the area! There will also be a flying area for the public and children, and 350 kites will be distributed to children for free! The festival will also feature an entertainment stage, food trucks and vendors. Everything for a fun outdoor weeke...
Airport Drive
Miramichi, NB
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Music

Blues D'la Baie Festival

The Blues d'la Baie music festival in Petit-Rocher brings visitors and locals together to enjoy the rich talent of seasoned and emerging artists from around the region, Canada and the world! Join over 6,000 blues fans during the festival in this friendly village where parking lots are transformed into performance venues for free shows and a large Big Top tent hosts all main performance...
Rue Principale et Rue Laplante Est
Petit-Rocher , NB
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Community and Culture

New Brunswick Highland Games

A fun-filled family weekend on the grounds of historic Government House. Come for your annual Celtic infusion of award winning music, piping and drumming, highland dance, traditional Scottish athletics, food and craft vendors, genealogy, and so much more! Don’t miss the workshops, Friday evening kick-off party, Kids Corner and crowd favourite, Massed Bands! Be a Scot for the weekend. ...
Government House
51 Woodstock Rd.
Fredericton, NB
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Community and Culture

Mosaiq Festival

The Multicultural Association of the Greater Moncton Area (MAGMA) in partnership with the City of Moncton invites you to the annual Mosaïq Multicultural Festival, a unique and colourful celebration of Moncton’s growing diversity. Come explore the World Village, where our many cultures showcase their traditions, music and dance, foods, arts and crafts, and so much more! And you won’t wa...
Riverfront Park, Assomption Blvd
Moncton, NB
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Bon Ami Festival

The Bon Ami Festival is the largest festivals in Dalhousie. Many who no longer live in Dalhousie return each year to take part in the numerous festivities. Family and high school reunions have become a big part of the celebrations and these continue to grow each year. Activities held throughout the Bon Ami Festival include a gigantic beach party, market days, parade, pageantry, dancing...
111 Hall Street
Dalhousie , NB