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Pat & Jo will be hosting Dance Night on Friday, September 22, from 8 to 11 pm, at the Centre Père-Patrice-LeBlanc, 91 Murphy Ave, Moncton. Admission is $7. Doors open at 7:30.
THIS IS A 40+ NIGHT OUT.
Line dancers are especially welcome. The floor will be split; half line dancing and half regular dancing. There will be 80s, 90s , new pop and country. So, come on out and have fun!
NOTE: No waltzing around the room. Thank you.
Hillsborough Market Opens Saturday, May 20. Foods of the Fundy Valley is
excited to announce the opening of our newly relocated FFV Farmers’ Market
at the Old Church, also home to Oliver’s German Bakery. Our new space is in
a beautiful, old historic church that has now been transformed into a
business centre. We will have much more indoor space for vendors and
customers to enjoy in all kinds of weather. Our new Market Committee is
very energized and ready to create an amazing Farmers’ Market of vendors
from both ends of Albert County, making this a 100% local market. In
addition to our existing vendors, we have lots of interested new vendors,
tons of free parking, and Oliver will be back at the market, with the
Bakery being open every Saturday. With the increased indoor and outdoor
space, we are still looking to welcome new vendors of local foods and
crafts. Make it, bake it or grow it in Albert County, and come sell your
wares at our market. The market will run every Saturday from 8:00AM –
1:00PM, starting on Saturday, May 20th for the Victoria Day long weekend.
The market will be open until the Thanksgiving weekend, with the last day
being Saturday, October 7. If you or someone you know is interested in
being part of our market, please contact either of our market managers at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or through our market Facebook page at:
Do you or your children want to learn the basics of writing in cursive?
Come and join us at the library to learn some basics of writing letters in
cursive and get some practice sheets.
Join Nature NB, the Nature Trust of New Brunswick and Ornithologists David
Christie and Roger Leblanc to learn about volunteer stewardship programs
and shorebird identification. We will meet at the Cape Enrage Nature
Preserve at 1pm to learn about the birds and habitats and to do a short
beach cleanup and will then travel to Mary’s Point to practice shorebird
identification and observe the shorebirds feeding in preparation for their
This event is free and is offered in both official languages.
For more information and to RSVP, contact Richelle at
WORKSHOP CANCELLED –
Sorry for the inconvenience; we will try to re-schedule.
Learn how to preserve food using the traditional way of lacto-fermentation.
Ruth Merrett will show participants how to make their own ferments. At the
end of the workshop, you will take home not only the skills to preserve
food but also at least three jars of preserved vegetables.
Lactofermentation is a fast and simple way to preserve food. No boiling
water baths or freezing — just water, salt and a few simple techniques.
The result is tasty preserves which are rich in probiotics.
Cost: $15 or $10 with museum admission and/or membership in the Albert
County Historical Society (which costs only $10).
Participants will bring vegetables and jars, and return home with new
skills and three bottles of preserves.
Advance registration is required. Contact the museum by dropping by, by
calling 734-2003, or email Janet Wallace at email@example.com
This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada. Ce
projet a été rendu possible en partie par le gouvernement du Canada.
The Wellness Walkers are walking on Monday and Wednesday evenings at 6:15
pm. Meeting at the 4 corners in Riverside-Albert. (old Bank Museum and
Crooked Creek Convenience)
The Riverside Albert Recreation Center is hosting Pickle Ball every Monday
Night at 6:30 pm at the Riverside-Albert Recreation Center. Come on out and
see what this sport for all ages is all about!
$2/night -First night is FREE!
Join local author Deborah Carr
http://www.deborahcarr.ca for 8
weeks of Creative Writing instruction and practice
at Forest Dale Home, Tuesday mornings, starting Sept 26 until Nov 14. No
experience necessary! Lunch and refreshments are included with each
Cost: FREE (The series is sponsored by Forest Dale Home, and supported by
the New Horizons for Seniors program.)
To Register: Contact Forest Dale Home at 882-3015 or email
A time of stories and songs for 0-4 year olds.
School aged children are invited to come and learn to play chess after
Who doesn’t like to watch a group of classic cars pass by on a nice
evening? Well, this summer you can expect to see that a little more often.
Starting on Tuesday, June 13th 2017 and every Tuesday evening for the
remainder of the summer (weather permitting) we will be hosting a Classic
Car Cruise night at the parking lot of the Railway Diner and Broadview
Powersports here in Hillsborough.
There will be music, door prizes, weekly specials at the Railway Diner and
a “Car of the Night award” (given out weekly). There will also be a 50/50
draw on location. Festivities begin at 6:30pm until whenever you feel like
leaving (prize draws will be at 8:30pm). No registration or entry fee is
required but donations will be accepted; all monies raised will be donated
to the Hillsborough Drop in Center. Motorcycles are welcome! We hope to see
you there!! For more info click here.
There is grace, spaciousness, and freedom in letting go.”
🍁Shedding Leaves🍂RELEASING what no longer serves you🍂🍁
Summer days are fading away and nature is beginning to tell us that it’s time to LET GO…one must first release to receive and make space for the new.
This workshop helps to increase energy and calm the mind while the oils assist in emotional healing, releasing stagnant energy, feelings and blockages.
We’ll start with a gentle Vinyasa practice focusing on heart openers, hip openers and deep forward folds encouraging RELEASE and SURRENDER followed by a series of sweet Yin postures.
Therapeutical, health promoting essential oils are carefully selected to enhance this practice giving students the opportunity to experience the power of aromatherapy to facilitate releasing and softening into their practice.
DoTerra, Certified Pure Therapeutical Grade, essential oils will be used during this workshop.
*Space is limited, so reserve your spot ASAP*
The Shepody Food Bank
is open every Wednesday from 1-3 pm. Clients must bring Medicare #’s for
every member of their household. Please note that the food bank is closed
on days that schools are closed due to weather.
We have bingo every Wednesday night. Doors open at 5:30, games begin at
Meet friends and watch some of the best movies ever made, every Wednesday at the Shediac Multipurpose Centre. The film starts at 7 p.m. and afterwards you may stay for refreshments and a discussion about the film. A documentary is shown on the first Wednesday of each month and great feature movies the rest of the time. For more information, pick up a flyer, check out the website www.centreshediac.ca
The staff of the CBDC Westmorland Albert will be hosting a series of
business information sessions targeting individuals who are planning on
going into business or thinking about expanding their current business.
These sessions will cover topics such as preparing a business plan and how
to access and qualify for government programs.
A schedule session will be held and anyone interested in attending can RSVP
by calling our office at 532-8312 or 1-800-925-6677.
Chase The Ace – Friends of the Hillsborough Arena
Friends of the Hillsborough Arena will be hosting a ‘Chase the Ace’ at the
Hillsborough Golf Course. Time – 4:30 pm to 7:15pm – purchase raffle
tickets 3 for $5 Draw 7:30pm. You do not need to be present to win but you
do need to leave 2 valid phone numbers where you can be reached in case
your raffle ticket is drawn.
You can also purchase outside of the restaurant during the week…committee
members now have the ability to sell tickets.
List of Members to purchase from:
Chad and Katrina McLean
Tracey and Peter Bryant
Josh and Natasha Collier
Proceeds towards upgrades and improvements to the Hillsborough Arena.
Lottery license # is 105 7104 56 003.
WHAT: $2 Monthly Movie Night WHERE: Brookside Room @ Forest Dale Home WHEN:
Last Thursday of the month Each month a family-friendly movie will be
shown. $2 admission. Canteen available. Children are to be accompanied by
an adult. Featuring Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul
on Thursday, September 28, a four-course meal will be served starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Multipurpose Centre as part of the Harvest Banquet.
Chef Nathan Shipley will showcase his expertise. This meal will offer you the choice of organic meat or poultry or stuffed mushrooms as an option for vegeterians, served with two glasses of wine; the meal includes succulent vegetables supplied by the Greater Shediac Community Garden.
Let yourself be enchanted by the jazz style of international star Nadia Moore, who will be backed by famous guitarist Georges Hebert, Jamie Colpitts and Paul Dubé. Judson Cassidy,
President, Vestiaire St-Joseph Food Bank, will be the guest speaker.
Tickets are $50 each. Sold at Jean Coutu Shediac on September 5th or online .
ollecte de fonds pour le Jardin Communautaire de Shediac et Banllieue
Fundraise for the Greater Shediac Community Garden
Le jeudi 28 septembre, un dîner en quatre services sera offert dès 18 h 30 au Centre multifonctionnel dans le cadre du Banquet de la récolte.
Le chef Nathan Shipley fera une démonstration de son savoir-faire. Ce repas vous offrira le choix de viande ou de volaille organique ou champignons farcis pour les végétariens, accompagnés de 2 verres de vin; le repas comprendra des légumes succulents provenant du Jardin communautaire de Shediac et Banlieues.
Vous serez choyés par le style jazz de la vedette internationale Nadia Moore, accompagnée à la guitare du fameux Georges Hebert, Jamie Colpitts ainsi que le guitariste Paul Dubé.
Judson Cassidy, président du Vestiaire et la Banque alimentaire St-Joseph sera le conférencier invité.
Les billets se vendent au coût de 50 $. Au Jean Coutu a partir du 5 septembre ou en ligne a shediac.ca