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In New Brunswick, any reason is a good reason to celebrate, and we have many festivals worth travelling for! Whether you take in sunny summer events or winter carnivals, sample local food and wine at culinary events or join in the song and dance at jazz and bluegrass festivals, you’ll celebrate with the locals and feel the pulse of our vibrant cultural scene. Check out our events listings and calendar below (and mark it in yours) so you don't miss out on any of the fun!
 

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Miscou Red Barrens Festival

The Voir Miscou et Mourir summer concerts series, which takes place at the historic Miscou lighthouse, continues in the fall with the Miscou Red Barrens Festival (Festival de la plaine rouge de Miscou), a storytelling and song event. The mythical legends of the island will be featured with the Gougou, the Bay Monster of Mi'gmaq legends. Guest artists: City Natives (Indigenous group), S...
113 Miscou Harbour Way
Miscou, NB
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Kedgwick Fall Festival

A week full of activities for all ages in the heart of the Appalachian range country, where you will find breathtaking beauty and endless opportunities for exploration! Concerts, parade, hunting activities, lumberjack competition and more surprises. The Kedgwick Fall Festival celebrates our local heritage, the culture of the region and the richness of the people who live there, with an...
20, Saint-Jean-Baptiste Street
(3 De l'École Street)
Kedgwick, NB
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Acadian Peninsula Book Fair

The Acadian Peninsula Book Fair (Salon du livre de la Péninsule acadienne) brings together everything related to books and literature to promote reading and literacy as tools for individual and collective development. It plants the seed for reading and makes discover the universe of the book and the literature, from its creation to its diffusion, while promoting the French language. ...
Centre Rhéal-Cormier
Shippagan, NB
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Fundy Regenerative Retreat at the Beach Street Inn

Join us and retreat to an oceanside sanctuary for a curated transformative experience at the Beach Street Inn. Take this weekend to feed your soul while you reclaim time, refocus priorities and regenerate your mind and body through Yoga and Meditation Rejuvenating Workshops In the Bay Dips By the Bay Bonfire Full Moon Celebration Sound Bathing Music and Dance Local Catered-to...
16 Beach St.
St. Martins, NB
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Miramichi Zombie Walk

Miramichi Zombie Walk 2022 is happening Saturday, October 8, 2022 at Elm Park, Chatham (Miramichi) from 12 to 3 pm Registration starts at 12 pm (cost is $5/zombie) Walk starts at 2 pm Open to all ages (although might not be suitable for all people due to the theme) Prizes for best youth zombie, best adult zombie, and best horde (group) plus free photos printed on site for anyone...
Elm Park
Henderson Street, Chatham
Miramichi, NB
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BOOKSTRAVAGANZA

Join us for Atlantic Canada's largest used charity book sale. BOOKSTRAVAGANZA is the really big, really good, really fun book sale you have been waiting for...since 2019. From Oct. 14 - 5 pm - 9 pm; Oct. 15 - 9 am - 4 pm; and Oct. 16 - 10 am - 2 pm. From September 6 - October 6, you can donate your used books, puzzles, games, and DVDs at Sobeys locations in Moncton, Riverview and Diepp...
Moncton Coliseum
377 Killam Dr,
Moncton, NB
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Pokeshaw Cranberry Festival

A two-day festival surrounding the cranberry fields in Pokeshaw. Bilingual tours of the Canwick Cranberry fields on Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm. Festivities will also take place at the Pokeshaw recreation centre: food and desserts made by local crafters available from noon to 5 pm on both days, and a music and activities night is planned on Saturday from 7 pm to 10:30 pm. ...
8914 Route 11
Pokeshaw, NB
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Genealogy Fair 2022

This year’s Fair will be in the Market Square Atrium, from 10:00am to 3:00pm, with information displays, research assistance, and resources. What is a Genealogical Fair? Family Tree information – Come and see what other researchers have been working on. Perhaps your family is here! Talk to people who have genealogical information from the Saint John area, New Brunswick, New England, an...
1 Market Square
Saint John, NB
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The Wrapped Garden (Le Jardin emballé)

The New Brunswick Botanical Garden displays a sparkling and illuminated decor that will enchant the young and young at heart during the Wrapped Garden (Jardin emballé) event kicking off the magic of the holiday season. At the heart of this event is a large public market bringing together more than fifty vendors showcasing local products, impressive artwork, and unique crafts. Musicians...
New Brunswick Botanical Garden
15 Isidore-Boucher Blvd.
Edmundston, NB
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Big Country Comics Expo

The Inaugural Big Country Comics Expo will take place November 26 and 27 at the Bi-Centennial Ballroom of the Fredericton Inn. Come along to meet professional comic artists from around North America as well as many vendors from across Canada.
1315 Regent Street
Fredericton, NB
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Craft NB Christmas Festival

Shop fine craft from 40+ of Craft NB's juried members at the Marco Polo Cruise Terminal in Saint John, December 2-4, 2022. We have everything from hand built pottery, to solar prints, to local honey, to glassworks and beyond! We champion fine craft and support the growth of craft in New Brunswick and beyond. Local food vendors will be on site, and carollers to liven up the Christmas sp...
Marco Polo Cruise Terminal
111 Water St.
Saint John, NB