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Sackville Sports Wall of Fame Virtual Exhibit

...tegory: Golf Bruce K. Harper Athlete Category: Football, Hockey Wynn W. Meldrum Builder Category: Precision Skating, Golf Barb Campbell Builder category, Sackv...

Attractions du patrimoine

...unt Allison campus, Sackville Hart Hall Plaque 1910-1946 Mount Allison campus, Sackville Sackville Memorial Park Plaque 1910 Bridge Street, Sackville The Miller Block Plaque 1913-1988 53 Main Street, ...

Costs

...uly): $430.00 Annual hydrant charge (private): $295.00 Property Assessment Tax Rate Commercial Municipal: $2.3025 per $100 of assessment Provincial: $2.3680 per $100 of assessment Other — C...

Charles Bradley & the Menahan Street Band

...of current soul revivalists Sharon Jones, Amy Winehouse, Dap Kings and the Menahan Street Band. This show is a tremendous coup for Sackville and the region, truly a not-to-be missed event. SappyFest...

Shopping

... Tel. 364-4383 Payzant Home Hardware & Building Centre 19 Mallard Drive Tel. 536-2330 The Craft Gallery 34 Mallard Drive Tel. 536-4163 Sassy's Convenience 166 Main Street 536-2003

Heritage Attractions

...r leather products. Sackville Harness Shop Sackville Centennial Monument Main Street next to the Swan Pond, Ladies College Park Citizens of Sackville were inspired by the Town’s 100th anniver...

Magasins

...me complète de services pharmaceutiques. Marchands de la rue Lorne Kookie Kutter Bakery 18, rue Lorne Tél. 536-2982 Pain frais, pâtisseries et les délicieux biscuits au ginge...

William Thomas Harris

...n organized baseball record. Harris was better known locally for his hockey talents. He led the Sackville Junior Legionnaires to fame in 1948 and was the on-ice and off-ice leader as Sackville Eagles gained fans and championships in 1952 and 1953.

Sackville Harness Limited

...has even made it into a major advertising campaign. The team of horses featured in the old Budweiser TV commercials was fully decked out in Sackville Harness Shop leather.

TBS Presents the Sugar Blue Band at George's

...
But oh, there's that harmonica again... !! Advanced tickets are $12 available at Duck's (536-1344) and $15 at the door; students $8 at the door (ID required). All are welcome!

Sara Hartland-Rowe at the Owens

...wings, and other media. Sara Hartland-Rowe will present her work as part of the Visiting Artist Programme titled "Playing", a series co-sponsored by Mount Allison's Department of Fine Arts, The Owens...

Community Garden

...e a member of the Friends of the Garden, to request a plot for yourself or to contribute to the Garden Fund, contact our 2007 Coordinator, Theresa Richards by email.

Sharon Elaine MacIntyre

...tic Canada. She began to teach Highland Dancing at 14, and reached a teaching milestone 50th anniversary in 2011. When it comes to Highland Dancing, Sharon has done it all — dancer, teacher, coach, judge and administrator.

Community Groups

...niors Card Parties Marilyn Richards, 536-0968 Seniors Dances Del Wheaton and Co., 536-0731 Seniors Aerobics Community Development & Programming, 364-4958 Tantramar Seniors College Heather Patterson, 364-2780

12th Annual Heritage Day in Sackville

...ts and the Tantramar" by Dr. Charles Scobie For further information call the Trust office at 536-2541 or tantramarheritage@nb.aibn.com

Hartley Albert Estabrooks

...ssional International League. Hartley led teams to numerous NB and Maritime Championships and to one Canadian title. He contributed immensely to the Sackville Combines who brought Sackville a Maritime...

MTA Cinema Politicia

...s and reveals the reality of sharks as pillars in the evolution of the seas. For more info contact: sackville@cinemapolitica.org

Summer 2008 Nature Log

...two other guides, Jessie and Charlotte. With this page, we hope to keep you updated on all the activity happening in the Waterfowl Park. There is always lots to do and see in the park so scroll down to read what we've been seeing or come see it for yourself!

Artists Sandi Hartling & Amanda Dawn Christie at Struts

...out how you can interact with Hartling’s piece Blank Slate, and to pick up your own copy of A Ten step Guide to Leading a Ritually fulfilling Lifestyle. For more information on Amanda Christie....

Shadow Songs by Christine Fellows & Shary Boyle

...performer from Winnipeg, and Shary Boyle, a Toronto-based visual artist, have re-imagined the concept of the old-time shadow play. Using simple, analog tools – overhead projector and acoustic in...

Harmony, Inc. Area 1 Contest & Convention

...ony in the barbershop style. Harmony, Inc., annual area 1 contest will be held Friday, June 4th, at Convocation Hall, Mount Allison Campus. Quartet contest will be held at 12:30 pm and the Chorus co...

Toastmasters International Bagtown Boblers Charter Ceremony

...ditional information contact Sharon Allen at 506-538-2524 or 506-863-9564 or seallen@nbnet.nb.ca.

Baked Ham Community Speaker Series

...eate a casual environment to share ideas and conversation on a variety of topics. Admission is $5.00 by donation, and open to the public, though it is a licensed event. Baked Ham is supported by the O...

Tanttramar Heritage Trust AGM

...ll be dedicated on June 7th. Harold's current book-in-progress is titled ‘Wings In The Fog, The Saint John Flying Story’, which includes considerable material on some Tantramar area pilot...

Bruce K. Harper

... Inducted June 6, 2012 Bruce Harper was a master of high school and junior football in the late 1980’s. In 1989, he rushed for 1762 yards and scored 27 touchdowns in 6 games — a record th...

Live Bait Theatre - Harvest

...;com. Tickets available at any Ticket Pro outlet or on-line through the [Live Bait web site] (http://www.livebaittheatre.com/ourSeason_harvest.html) or through the Live Bait box office (506) 536-2248.

Live Bait Theatre - Harvest

...;com. Tickets available at any Ticket Pro outlet or on-line through the [Live Bait web site] (http://www.livebaittheatre.com/ourSeason_harvest.html) or through the Live Bait box office (506) 536-2248.

Live Bait Theatre - Harvest

...eatre Mainstage production of Harvest by Ken Cameron, at the Live Bait Theatre, 87 Main Street, 8:00 pm, August 12-15 and August 17-22, doors open at 7:30 pm. Saturday Matinees, August 14th and Augus...

The Baked Ham Speaker Series

...e an informal environment to share ideas and conversation on a variety of topics. Admission is open to the public, though it is a licensed event. Baked Ham is supported by the Owens Art Gallery, Str...

Live Bait Theatre - Harvest

...;com. Tickets available at any Ticket Pro outlet or on-line through the [Live Bait web site] (http://www.livebaittheatre.com/ourSeason_harvest.html) or through the Live Bait box office (506) 536-2248.

Owens Art Gallery Exhibition: Oh Canada

...s, Hadley + Maxwell, David R. Harper, Wanda Koop, Diane Landry, Micah Lexier, Luanne Martineau, Chris Millar, Kim Morgan, Clint Neufeld, Annie Pootoogook, Ned Pratt and John Will.

Toys for Tots Charity Poker Tournament

...-in cost is $40, $10 goes to charity and $30 goes back to the players. There will also be a silent auction and barbeques will be going on throughout the weekend. All are welcome

Owens Art Gallery Exhibition: Oh Canada

...s, Hadley + Maxwell, David R. Harper, Wanda Koop, Diane Landry, Micah Lexier, Luanne Martineau, Chris Millar, Kim Morgan, Clint Neufeld, Annie Pootoogook, Ned Pratt and John Will. All are welcome!

Heritage Board

...character. For a list of the Character Defining Elements of your property, email the Sackville Heritage Officer at heritageofficer@sackville.com Applications will be reviewed for their merit by the T...

Reception at Struts Gallery

...out how you can interact with Hartling’s piece Blank Slate, and to pick up your own copy of A Ten step Guide to Leading a Ritually fulfilling Lifestyle. For more information on Amanda Christie....

Talk on Black Presence in Nineteenth Century Westmorland

...s annual speaker series. Dr. Harris works primarily in the area of nineteenth-century American literature and culture, with interests in gender, race, and print culture. She is the review editor of t...

1971 Sackville Combines Hockey Team

...e L to R) B. Richard, F. Veniot, D. Richardson, G. O’Neal, R.Smith, M. Hicks, P. Locke, P. Whitmee, P. Pineau, B. Bembridge, (Stick Boys) B. Richardson & A. Smith, T. Crossman (Trainer) Calvin Hicks (Inset)

Public Reading David Adams Richards-Cancelled

...ding by author David Adams Richards, scheduled for this evening at Mount Allison University has been cancelled due to the poor weather conditions.

12th Annual Sackville Fall Fair

...House, tour the new home 156 Charlotte Street, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Anderson Octagonal House Tours of "Work in Progress" 29 Queens Road, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Pet Show at Cattail Ridge Family Market, 3:00 pm...

"Past & Present" Agriculture Field Day

..." Janet McGarry and Wildwood, Hardly Heard & (Tom Johnson) Diamonds in the Rough, Nothin' Fancy Bluegrass, Tantramar Twirlers, Allan Balser with Del Wheaton & Friends, Royal Hicks & Friend...

The Baked Ham Speaker Series

...e an informal environment to share ideas and conversation on a variety of topics. Admission is open to the public, though it is a licensed event. Baked Ham is supported by the Owens Art Gallery, Str...

Owens Art Gallery Exhibit: Oh Canada

...s, Hadley + Maxwell, David R. Harper, Wanda Koop, Diane Landry, Micah Lexier, Luanne Martineau, Chris Millar, Kim Morgan, Clint Neufeld, Annie Pootoogook, Ned Pratt and John Will. All are welcome!

TBS Presents Moreland & Arbuckle

...figuration of guitar, vocals, harp and drums. They return to us now after many years as one of the premier power roots trios in the world, and on the back of a critically-acclaimed Telarc release enti...

PictureSackville

...g Forest Gallery, Jean Coutu Pharmacy, Downtown Digital, Pridham's Studio Ltd, Maltam Comnputer Services, and Sackville Tribune Post

PFLAG Christmas Gathering

...your life, we hope you will share your brief stories (as time allows) in the circle as we enjoy our nibbles and cake! Of course if you want to write a few private words for Eldon, wonderful! The Amh...

A Handmade Assembly

...) on rug hooking, and Amy Lockhart on animation. On Friday evening there will be a Gallery crawl beginning at 7:30 at the Owens for the opening of the exhibition Yoko Homareda: Something Out Of Nothin...

Charles William (Bill) Johnstone

...people go to enjoy a game. Builder Category: Community Sports Inducted April 26, 2003 Bill Johnstone was one of a kind. A man who devoted his entire life to the betterment of the greater communit...

Bridge Street Redevelopment

...dates on the project will be shared on social media and posted here, so please stay tuned! We appreciate your participation. June 18, 2014 presentation at the Vogue Theatre: Bridge Street Redevelopment Presentation(20 MB PDF)

Hébergement

..., en face de l'hôpital. Harbourmaster's House 30, rue Squire 506-536-0452 Maison centenaire décorée d'oeuvres d'art créées dans les Maritimes. Atelier de piquage de courte...

Tanya Davis & The Fugitives to Perform at Struts/CANCELLED

...th parallel melodies, complex harmonies and brimming torrents of emotion.” Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre are located at 7 Lorne Street in Sackville, New Brunswick. Doors open at...

The Baked Ham Community Speaker Series

...eate a casual environment to share ideas and conversation on a variety of topics. Admission is $5.00 by donation, and open to the public, though it is a licensed event. The Baked Ham is supported by...

Live Bait

...e father of Canadian poetry, Charles G.D. Roberts' work was heavily influenced by the geography of Sackville and the surrounding marshes. This musical adaption of his most famous novel is by the team...

Owens Art Gallery Exhibition: Oh Canada Opening Reception

...s, Hadley + Maxwell, David R. Harper, Wanda Koop, Diane Landry, Micah Lexier, Luanne Martineau, Chris Millar, Kim Morgan, Clint Neufeld, Annie Pootoogook, Ned Pratt and John Will.

Live Bait

...e father of Canadian poetry, Charles G.D. Roberts' work was heavily influenced by the geography of Sackville and the surrounding marshes. This musical adaption of his most famous novel is by the team ...

Tantramar ATV Charity Poker Run

...antramar ATV Club supports a charity by helping them raise money and by donating funds. There will be a BBQ on the poker run trail supported by the Tantramar Breast Cancer Support Group. The run wil...

Sackville Film Society Film

...d "boxing" painter Ushio Shinohara and his artist wife Noriko. The film is a moving portrait of a couple wrestling with the eternal themes of sacrifice, disappointment and aging, against a background...

Main Concert “Musiche sacre e morali”

...bass, and Alexander Weimann, harpsichord and organ; conductor. Venue: Sackville United Church, 112 Main Street. Produced by the Centre for Artistic Achievement Inc., in collaboration with the Mount...

Bob Verschueren

...lpture strives to be in total harmony with the environment. The choice of birch as material was dictated by its availability on the site. The movement of the form was inspired by the grasses that bend and lay down with the action of wind and storms. Bob Verschueren, Belgium 2008

Windaor Theatre - "Blood Relations"

...and step-mother or did she? Sharon Pollock's imaginative and probing "dream thesis" on what happened that day. Blood Relations remains one of the most intriguing plays in the Canadian canon. Windso...

Tintamarre Presents Charivari: Sounds of the Tantramar

...ngual theatre group presents Charivari: Sounds of the Tantramar, September 26-27, at Live Bait Theatre, 87 Main Street, Sackville, NB A bilingual production staged by Tintamarre Theatre Troupe; A Cul...

Holiday Drop-in, 250th Celebration Look-Back

...be on display. There is no charge for this event. For more information, contact the Trust at tantramarheritage@gmail.com or 536-2541. All are welcome!

Folk Singer Garnet Rogers at Live Bait Theatre

...e $25 each (all taxes and surcharges included) and can be purchased by contacting Live Bait at 506 536 2248 or info@livebaitthe ...

ROSALEE PEPPARD: LIVING TITANIC & MORE

...their stories into song, and shares them powerfully, often in couturier costumes by Lark, in her "Hauntingly beautiful live performances". Rosalee has published 3 CDs, has internationally toured her "...

Swan Pond, O Swan Pond Reception

...mation please contact Nicole Sharp, Gallery Intern at 364-2574 or owens-intern@mta.ca

Crossroads 2008

...ll be provided. No admission charged for field trips. Free Admission at The Campbell Carriage Factory (19 Church Street) and Boultenhouse Museum (29 Queens Road) 8:00 pm: Live Bait Theatre's producti...

Tintamarre Presents Charivari: Sounds of the Tantramar

...ngual theatre group presents Charivari: Sounds of the Tantramar, September 26-27, at Live Bait Theatre, 87 Main Street, Sackville, NB A bilingual production staged by Tintamarre Theatre Troupe; A Cul...

Hard Card Bingo

The Sackville Lion's Club is hosting a Hard Card Bingo Saturday, May 10th, from 10:30 am - 3:00 pm at the Sackville Lion's Club, 10 Dufferin Street. All are welcome!

Canadian Music Centre Atlantic Fundraising Concert

...c Ensemble featuring Jonny Smith, Evan Phinney and Derlis Gonzalez. Music by: Michael Parker, Harry Freedman, James G. Code, Denis Bedard, Jean Coulthard, Violet Archer, Gladys Davenport, Jordan Nobles and John Beckwith

Paul Harris Evening

...e public to attend their Paul Harris Evening, Friday, March 20th at the Tantramar Veterans Memorial Civic Centre, 182 Main Street. Guest speaker: Dr. Robert Campbell, President of Mount Allison Unive...

Benefit Concert: Celtic to Broadway

... A musical evening of Celtic Harp, Gaelic Songs, Broadway favourites, featuring Heather Shatford, Machaela Osowski, Christine MacLeod and Jim Scopie. Refreshments will be served during intermission....

Crossroads 2008

...ll be provided. No admission charged for field trips. Free Admission at The Campbell Carriage Factory (19 Church Street) and Boultenhouse Museum (29 Queens Road) 8:00 pm: Live Bait Theatre's producti...

Sackville Intercultural Weekend

...vents. There is no admission charged for any of the Saturday daytime events. Those interested are asked to meet at Boultenhouse Museum on Queens Road in Sackville on Saturday by 9:40 am. Saturday eve...

Sackville Lions Club Fall Harvest Supper

Sackville Lions Club Fall Harvest Supper, Saturday, October 20th, from 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm, at the Sackville Lion's Den, 10 Dufferin Street. Menu: Home-cooked ham, beans and scallop supper with all...

Heavy On The Glory Albumn Release Concert

...the album and are pleased to share it with the world in such a beautiful space and with a backing band featuring some of the finest musicians Sackville has to offer. Doors open at 8:00 pm with a star...

Dorchester Community Christmas Bazaar & Tea

...berry pudding, a great variety of crafts, baking and knitted items, jams, jellies and more. Something for everyone. All are welcome! No admission charge. For additional information call Susan at 379-6695 or Darlene at 379-2439.

The Baked Ham Community Speaker Series

...eate a casual environment to share ideas and conversation on a variety of topics. Admission is $5.00 by donation, and open to the public, though it is a licensed event. Baked Ham is supported by the...

Talk With Me Early Language Services

...elebrate their first words. Share your stories and get new ideas from other parents during this hour program. For additional information and to register, call 870-2993 ir 1-888-746-1333. All are welcome!

Touring Comedians at Joey's

...in Sackville. In addition to Harrison, Mundle and Ravn, Hendry has also invited several well-known comedians to stop by and perform. For additional information, contact Geoff Hendry at 506-229-1942 ...

Lions Harvest Breakfast

...ville Lions Club are having a Harvest Breakfast, Saturday, November 15th from 7:30 am - 10:30 am, at the Sackville Lions Den, 10 Dufferin Street. Menu: eggs, bacon, sausage, homemade beans, toast juice, tea & coffee. Adults $4.00, children aged 6 and under free. All are invited to attend!

PFLAG Meeting

...y with snacks and stories to share! A warm welcome is extended to new and returning members, all are welcome. The Amherst/Sackville chapter of PFLAG Canada normally meets every month on the fourth Mo...

Festival by the Marsh Kids Fest Day 2

...sh is presented by Tantramar Pharmacy, and supported by Young Canada Works, The Town of Sackville, Canada Summer Jobs, the Province of New Brunswick SEED Programme and Festivals Grant Programme, the Department of Canadian Heritage, Mount Allison University, and the Craig Foundation.

Writer's Fest Day

...g with Writers,' are FREE of charge, so there's no excuse to miss this wonderful opportunity! We hope to see you there! http://www.festivalbythemarsh.ca, 364-2179 or call toll free 1-866-890-6329

Public Lecture - Sharon Beckford

...ic lecture, feminist scholar Sharon Beckford. The lecture is entitled The Canadian Palimpsest: Why Some Writers Reinscribe a Black Presence in Historical Canada and will take place at 7pm in the Owens Art Gallery, 61 York Street. Everyone is welcome to attend! No admission.

Marsh Music Fest Presents Shane Howard

...rd is presented by Tantramar Pharmacy's Festival by the Marsh. Tickets for the concert are available at Tidewater Books, 13 Bridge Street in Sackville, and are $13 in advance and $15 at the door. For...

Festival by the Marsh Kids Fest Day 1

...sh is presented by Tantramar Pharmacy, and supported by Young Canada Works, The Town of Sackville, Canada Summer Jobs, the Province of New Brunswick SEED Programme and Festivals Grant Programme, the Department of Canadian Heritage, Mount Allison University, and the Craig Foundation

Author Jim Harding at Mount Allison

Please join us for the 2008 visit of Jim Harding, author of Canada's Deadly Secret - Saskatchewan Uranium & the Global Nuclear System, Sunday, November 23, 7:30 pm, room 111, Avard Dixon Building. No admission. All are welcome to attend!

Harvest Luncheon

Harvest Luncheon, St. Ann's Church Hall, Westcock, Saturday, October 4th from 11 am - 1 pm. Baked goods and crafts. Cost: $6.00 per person. All are welcome!

Mark Segger Sextet Performance

...music, and Latin funk. It is characterized by elastic rhythms, shifting tempi, free-for-all rave-up episodes, and other bits of inspired and engaging playfulness. Get ready for an evening of head bop...

Joe Murphy & the Waterstreet Blues Band

...res the harmonica playing of Bharat Rajajumar. He brings with him a crack band and will keep the room hopping all night long. Tickets $10 in advance (Ducky's) and $12 at the door, students $6 (ID re...

Gardening for Biodiversity

...located on Charles Street)to share their knowledge about attracting beneficial insects to your garden to do the work for you. Sarah and John will explain how planting a range a wildflowers encourages ...

Fog Forest Gallery Opening Receiption

...(printmaker), Donna Rawlins Sharpe (paintings)and Mary Swain (raku pottery). There will be a free opening reception for My Feathered Friends from 6:30 - 8:30 pm at the gallery. All are invited to a...

Public Slideshow & Talk by Dr. John Chardine

Fog Forest Gallery, 14 Bridge Street, will be hosting a public Slideshow and Talk by Dr. John Chardine,7:00 pm. entitled Gannets in Flight: a Nexus of Photography and Conservation. This event is Free. All are welcome!

The AfriGrand Caravan Presentation

...of the AIDS pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa. The AfriGrand Caravan is a response to their outpouring of concern, compassion and commitment. This is an exciting and unique opportunity for people across ...

TBS Presents Mississippi Heat

...hnson on drums with Pierre on harmonica. This wonderful band updates the classic '50s Chicago sound with vim and vigour, and should bring some warmth back into our lives as winter closes in. For more...

PFLAG Meeting

...y with snacks and stories to share! A warm welcome is extended to new and returning members, all are welcome. The Amherst/Sackville chapter of PFLAG Canada normally meets every month on the fourth Mo...

Yard / Harvest / Bake Sale

Yard, Harvest, Bake Sale, Saturday, September 10th, from 8:00 am - 11:00 am at the Mount View Church, 172 Stanley Drive. Food and vegetable donations accepted at the Church Hall Friday evening between 6:30 - 8:00 pm. Proceeds for the Church Hall up-keep. All are welcome!

Harry Thurston Book Launch

Join Harry Thurston for the launch of his new book The Atlantic Coast: A Natural History, Tuesday, November 22nd at the Owens Art Gallery, 61 York Street, from 7:00 - 9:00 pm....

PFLAG Meeting

...will take the opportunity to share in the work and direction of the PFLAG chapter! New members are always welcome. The Amherst/Sackville chapter of PFLAG Canada normally meets every month on the fou...

First Fruits Picnic

...available for $5 additional charge for the evening. Bring lawn chairs and a piece of local produce to carry in possession (optional). Should it rain the event will be held inside at Windsbreath. F...

The AfriGrand Caravan Presentation

...of the AIDS pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa. The AfriGrand Caravan is a response to their outpouring of concern, compassion and commitment. This is an exciting and unique opportunity for people across ...

Organic Gardening 101

...season? Also, it's time to share your experiences so far, and take home relevant advice so that your ongoing adventure in gardening is fulfilling for you! All are welcome to participate!

MTA's President Speakers Series Presents Cynthia Dale

...y, February 7th, 7:00 pm, at Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street. Everyone is welcome to attnd and there is no admission charge.

Black Tie Production: Reefer Madness

...mbers. The colourful cast of characters, including a multi-tasking narrator, a drug pushing gangster, a giggling weed fiend, a ditzy girl next door, a desperate dame, a neglectful floozy, and a gaggle...

Black Tie Production: Reefer Madness

...mbers. The colourful cast of characters, including a multi-tasking narrator, a drug pushing gangster, a giggling weed fiend, a ditzy girl next door, a desperate dame, a neglectful floozy, and a gaggle...

Public Talk - Scott Vaughn Commissioner Environment & Sustainable Development CANCELLED

...mental policies and wants to share his insights with you. His talk is entitled: How does the Canadian government measure up? A look at water quality and quantity, climate change adaptation, and oil...

16th Annual Symposium of Art

...mation please contact Nicole Sharp, Gallery Intern at 364.2224 or owens-intern@mta.ca. All are welcome!

Sackville Lions Harvest Breakfast

Sackville Lions Club Harvest Breakfast, Saturday, November 5th, from 7:30 - 10:30 am at the Lions Hall, 10 Dufferin Street. Menu: eggs, bacon, sausage, homemade beans, toast, jam, juice, tea...

Tuesdays Under the Sky Festival

...7; Country will read some of Charles G.D Roberts works. In addition to the readings by the writers, Al Smith, local historian and founding member of the Tantramar Heritage Trust will tell a couple of ...

A Taste of History Fundraising Dinner

...ets are $50 (including a $25 charity receipt) and must be purchased by May 11. They can be reserved (or you can get more information) at the Trust office by phoning 536-2541 or by dropping by the Boul...

Blacke & The Rodeo Kings at Live Bait

...e or $30 (plus applicable surcharge) at the door and can be purchased from Live Bait Theatre by calling 506 536 2248 or online at TicketPro or through any TicketPro outlet across Canada. The last two...

Harvest Festival Supper at the Keillor House

Harvest Festival Supper at the Keillor House Museum, Dorchester, Saturday, September 25th from 4:30 - 6:30 pm. Enjoy hip of beef supper and old fashioned desserts in the...

MTA Faculty Recital

...ey, Jim O'Leary, Debussy and Charpentier. The event is being held at Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street, 8:00 pm For additional information contact 506-364-2374 or mu...

Exhibition: Tattoo

...the Arts. Curated by Nicole Sharp. This exhibition can be viewed at the Owens Art Gallery, 61 York Street from March 9th to April 22nd. All are welcome! For additional information contact 364-2224.

Sharing Art, Spreading Hope Fundraiser

There will be a Sharing Art, Spreading Hope Fundraiser occuring on Wednesday Oct. 21 in Tweedie Hall of the new Wallace McCain Student Centre on the Mount Allison Campus. This will be a f...

Sustainable Sackville

...and build on the distinctive characteristics of Sackville, including human and cultural values, history, and natural ecosystems. 3) Quality of Life – Focus on enhancing quality of life base...

Business Environment

...wn of Sackville,(506)364-4930 Sackville at a Glance Population 5,411 Median age 43 Tax base of over $500 million Total private dwellings 2,627 Average value of owned dwelling $129,520 Median month...

Family Play and Talks on Acadians & Yorkshire Settlers at the Campbell Carriage Factory

...217;s activities are free of charge (donations will be accepted). The day will begin at 1 pm with a free picnic/bbq along with games, followed with a special performance of Parlez Games, a bilingual p...

Renaissance Sackville AGM

...ry, 7 Lorne Street, Tuesday, April 3rd. Our guest speaker, Rob Paterson, will have lots of interesting ideas to share with us about the benefits of shared workspace in rural and small urban centres. I hope that we will see you there!

Public Reading by Davis Adams Richards

David Adams Richards will be reading from his work Wednesday, June 10th, 7:00 pm at the Owens Art Gallery, Mount Allison Campus. All are welcome. Free admission.

Sara Lackie - Harp Recital

As part of Sackville Early Music Festival, Sara Lackie, harp recital, Saturday, September 26th, 7:30 pm, at the Owens Art Gallery, Mount Allison Campus. Box Office: Tidewater Books, 4 Bridge Street, Telephone 506-536-2928 or 1-888-494-0333.

The League of Purcell

... Louisbourg Choir - Monica Richard, Artistic Director, Festival orchestra under the direction of Alexander Weimann. The event will take place at the Sackville United Church, 112 Main Street, 3:00 pm,...

Transportation for Tantramar Workshop

...-3:30pm. Guest speakers will share their experiences with establishing and maintaining transportation systems in their communities, followed by a discussion about what system would work best in this r...

Sackville 250: A Celebration of Our Town 1762-2012

...e should have one and a half shares of 750 acres' (“History of Sackville New Brunswick”, by Dr. William Cochran Milner, Historian, and Former Dominion Archivist (1846-1939) Originally pub...

An Irish Rovers Christmas

...kets can be purchased in Sackville at Tidewater Books, Franks Music in Moncton, Pugsley's Pharmacy and Inglis Jewellers in Amherst and Ross Anderson Pharmacy in Springhill. All seats general admission.

Summer Youth Workshop

...gh the workshops are free of charge, there is only limited space available. Please contact Helen Pridmore, 364-1088 or hpridmor@mta.ca, to reserve a place in either workshop.

Summer Youth Workshop

...gh the workshops are free of charge, there is only limited space available. Please contact Helen Pridmore, 364-1088 or hpridmor@mta.ca, to reserve a place in either workshop.

Shout Out! Media All Girl Video Camp

...ll allow the participants to share their own stories, ideas, questions, as well as have access to a wide variety of resources on related issues. For more information or to register, please contact Pa...

Harvest Luncheon

St. Ann's ACW is holding a Harvest Luncheon, Saturday, October 1st, from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the St. Ann's Church Hall, Westcock. Baked goods and crafts for sale. all are welcome!

Corey Harris & The 5 X 5 Band

Corey Harris and the 5 x 5 Band will be playing at George's Road House, Lorne Street, Sackville, NB on Friday, April 9, 2010 at 8:30 pm. Advance tickets can be bought at Ducky...

Family Sunday at the Owens

...one of your own or have your character feature in a mini comic book of your design. Family Sundays are for kids and their moms and dads, grandmas and grandpas, aunts and uncles and other friends. Fre...

Artist Talk - Kim Adams

...s in the series include Sarah Hartland-Rowe, Diane Borsato, Garry Neill Kennedy, Mathew Reichertz, and Julie Voyce. Playing is funded by a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts to the Department ...

Talk With Me

...elebrate their first words. Share your stories and get new ideas from other parents during this program. Parent-Child Consult & Hearing Screening: Bring your child to meet with a speech-language ...

Nature Log 2009

...d in some kind of race with a hare. As many of you know, we have been tracking the development of Mallard ducklings and Canada Goose goslings. Yesterday we saw a freshly hatched brood of 6 American...

Bud Doncaster Memorial Agricultural Field Day

...s will be donated to a local charity. You must pre-register by calling 536-3006 by September 20th. For additional information contact 506-364-4967. All are welcome!

World Aids talk by Angus Campbell

...er AIDS awareness and education events may be taking place on campus before and after the event. Everyone is warmly welcome to attend! No admission charge. For further information please call 506-536-4245

Children's Classes: Cartooning

...ow to draw human and fantasy characters, animals, use perspective, shading and basic drawing skills. We will introduce a variety of media to the students including markers, watercolor and mixed media for extra fun with their cartoons. All supplies are provided.

TFRC Program: Elementary Age Yoga

...classes are offered free of charge. For More information, or to register contact Raeghannn at the Tantramar Family Resource Centre at 939-8372 or tfrcoffice@eastlink.ca. All are welcome!

Owens Art Gallery Exhibition: Oh, Canada

...des, Hadley+Maxwell, David R. Harper, Wanda Koop, Diane Landry, Micah Lexier, Luanne Martineau, Chris Millar, Kim Morgan, Clint Neufeld, Annie Pootoogook, Ned Pratt and John Will. All are invited to attend.

Children's Classes: Cartooning

...ow to draw human and fantasy characters, animals, use perspective, shading and basic drawing skills. We will introduce a variety of media to the students including markers, watercolor and mixed media for extra fun with their cartoons. All supplies are provided.

Community Garden: DIY Hoop House

...us how to make a hoop house in this hands-on workshop. Season extension crops will be planted the same day, and participants are encouraged to help harvest and maintain the plot into the winter. All are welcome!

Music Barn - Sackville Fire Dept. Fundraiser

...Nashville, 3:00pm - 3:50pm - Harry Haynes, 4:00pm - 4:50pm - Bordertown, 5:00pm - 6:00pm - supper break, 6:00pm - 6:50pm - Pic - N - Grin, 7:00pm - 7:50pm - Uniacke Ramblers, 8:00pm - 8:50pm - Royal ...

Boultenhouse Harvest Tea

...ritage Centre 1st Anniversary Harvest Tea, Sunday, September 23 from 2 -4 pm (29 Queens Road, Sackville). Opening remarks by Dr. Paul Bogaard, president, Tantramar Heritage Trust, will be followed by...

TFRC Program: Elementary Age Yoga

...classes are offered free of charge. For More information, or to register contact Raeghannn at the Tantramar Family Resource Centre at 939-8372 or tfrcoffice@eastlink.ca. All are welcome!

The Candye Kane Band

...Syndrome, for Candye’s charity United by Music and in spite of monthly injections to keep the cancer at bay, they show no signs of slowing down. Kane and Chavez will release their third CD toget...

Public Seminar - The Built Environment

...ormation contact Dr. Jennifer Harris jharris@mta.ca. All are welcome to attend.

Chignecto Soil

...gh education and information sharing on the latest developments in the various sectors of the agriculture industry. The group hosts many guest speakers from both the federal and provincial levels of t...

Seed Sacing Workshop

...ceedingly well and Su will be harvesting seeds from many different varieties of beans, calendula, peppers, and many other plants! This is a free workshop for a fantastic skill! All are welcome!

Christmas at Home Concert

...ill again be Wilson Moore. Proceeds from the concert will go to support the Sackville Christmas Cheer project. Tickets are available at Jean Coutu Pharmacy for $10 and $12 at the door.

Julian Forrest

...cative of the intensity that characterizes every aspect of Julian's life. He talks quickly, he moves quickly, he paints quickly. "I try to capture the freshness of a sketch," he says, "The immediacy. ...

TBS Presents Juno Winner Fathead

...WARD nominations for both his harp and saxophone playing as well as his song-writing. Bassist BOB "OMAR" TUNNOCH played in seminal Toronto bands Whiskey Howl and Wooden Teeth, and has played with John...

Harvest Supper

Westcock Cemetery Harvest Supper, Saturday, September 8 at St. Ann's Church Hall. Two sittings: 4:15 - 5:15 pm and 5:30 - 6:30 pm. Adults $10, Children 3-12 years $6 and children under 3...

Touring The Region

...ea. Stop at the Belliveau Orchard and sample a glass of apple cider or indulge in a glass of apple, pear or cherry wine handcrafted by the grower. Golfers will not want to miss the Parc de la Vall&#...

Atlantic Premiers Charity Hockey

Our Premiers star in a Charity Hockey Shinney, Thursday, January 17th at the Tantramar Veterans Memorial Civic Centre, 182 Main Street, at 4:30 pm. The Premiers and their Cabinet Ministers will...

Pollinator Awareness Workshop

...reation. Workshop is free of charge. Please register ahead by calling Su at 902-251-2959, or e-mailing su@ecologyaction.ca, as space is limited. All are invited to attend!

Harry Manx At George's Roadhouse

Aliant Mobility Sounds Fantastic and the Tantramarsh Blues Society presents Harry Manx, Tuesday, November 13, 8 pm, at George's Roadhouse, 67 Lorne Street. Tickets $10 in advance (Ducky's 536-1344), $12 at the door, $6 students at the door (ID).

Children's Classes: Cartooning

...ow to draw human and fantasy characters, animals, use perspective, shading and basic drawing skills. We will introduce a variety of media to the students including markers, watercolor and mixed media for extra fun with their cartoons. All supplies are provided.

Teaching Native Traditions

...information contact Dr. Kelly Harrison at 364-2397 or kharrison@mta.ca.

Tantramar Heritage Trust AGM

...sent a major achievemant for Charles Armour, long recognized as one of the leading authorities on ship building in the Maritimes. Refreshments will be served. For additional information contact the ...

Sackville Art Association Art Lessons

...louration works best in shadow areas. Bring your paint supplies (your choice of medium), table covers, and references for shadowed subjects – Sharon will have some resource materials as well. All are welcome

Tantramar Heritage Trust Holiday Drop-In

...n Kelly Spurles. There is no charge for this event. Donna Sullivan, a very close friend of the Trust, will also be on hand to sell and sign copies of her new book, Skating on Steel-Shod Feet: Rinks a...

Montreal Artist Talk at the Owens

...jects, open exhibitions, and share in a common thread, the handmade. For more information on this event contact Amanda Fauteux, info@strutsga...

Harvest Tea at the new Carriage Factory Addition

...ch Street. Come join us for a Harvest Tea and treats, and tour through the newly constructed facility adjoining the Carriage Factory, and see how it allows us to draw people into the full compound of Carriage Factory facilities. Entertainment by Kellen Barrett

Fundraiser "Sharing Art, Spreading Hope"

The fundraising event "Sharing Art , Spreading Hope" will be held, Tuesday, October 30, 7 pm, at the Owens Art Gallery and the Gairdner Fine Arts Building. The event will include a Silent Aucti...

Free: Youth Math Club

...5 York Street. It is free of charge. Dates: Jul 9, Jul 16, Jul 23, July 30, Aug 6, Aug 13, Aug 20, Aug 27. For detailed information about the club, please contact Angus Findlay at afin...

Education

...arning – where seniors share skills, knowledge and experience with each other. The Tantramar Seniors College Inc. is a non-profit organization serving the communities of Sackville, Dorchester,...

Free: Youth Math Club

...5 York Street. It is free of charge. Dates: Jul 9, Jul 16, Jul 23, July 30, Aug 6, Aug 13, Aug 20, Aug 27. For detailed information about the club, please contact Angus Findlay at afin...

Keillor House Museum Harvest Supper

...reet, Dorchester is serving a Harvest Supper – Hip of Beef on Saturday, October 5th, 4:30 to 6:30 pm. Enjoy supper and old-fashioned desserts in the ambience of the Keillor House Museum by the ...

Harvest & Bake Sale

Mount View Church Hall Harvest and Bake Sale, Saturday, September 15 from 8:00 am until 12 noon. Donations welcome. Bring items to the hall Friday evening or call Earl at 364-8182 or Fred at 536-2306 for pick-up. Proceeds go to Church Hall Fund. All are welcome!

Harvest Luncheon

Harvest Luncheon , Saturday, October 5th, from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm, Saturday, October 5th at the St. Ann's Hall, Westcock. Cost: $7.00. Baked goods and crafts for sale. All are welcome!

History

...t Gallery. The first public wharf was constructed in 1841 at the end of Landing Road. Sackville’s shipbuilding industry flourished in the mid to late 1800s. Three large shipyards on the Tantram...

Harvest Festival Supper at Keillor House

Saturday, September 22, Harvest Festival Supper at the Keillor House Museum in Dorchester from 4 - 6:30 pm. Hip of beef, fall vegetables, choice of dessert. Cost: $12 per person. For additional information call 506-379-6633. All are welcome!

Launch of Jenny Munday's "Relatively Harmless"

...of Jenny Munday's Relatively Harmless, recently published by Playwrights Canada Press. This play premiered at Live Bait in October 2005. The launch will take place at Live Bait Theatre, 87 Main Str...

Heroes & Highlights

...mate Change Caravan Sackville Harness Limited Sackville Volunteer Fire Department Tantramar Heritage Trust 2000 Bob Edgett Julian Forrest Thaddeus Holownia

PFLAG Christmas Gathering

...y that you are interested in sharing with the group; and a small edible treat. If you are new to PFLAG or this seems too complicated, just come anyway, we would love to see you there! The Amherst/Sac...

Music Barn - Bluegrass Weekend Campout

...armony 3:00 - 3:45 pm: Mountain Rush 4:00 - 4:45 pm: Close To Home 6:00 - 6:45 pm: Le Bon Tymeux 7:00 - 7:45 pm: Mountain Rush 8:00 - 8:45 pm: Rustic Harmony 9:00 - 9:45 pm: Janet McGarry & Wildwood

Richard Florida Lecture

...lebrated American academic Richard Florida, now head of the Martin Prosperity Institute at the Rotman School of Management at U of T, is coming to Mount A. The author of numerous books dealing with th...

Community Garden: Seed Saving Workshop

...at 2:00 pm at the garden on Charles Street. Join Su Morin from the Atlantic Chapter of Seeds of Diversity to learn the art of seed saving! A crucial skill to have so that you don’t have to ke...

MTA Guest Recital

The event is being held at Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street. For additional information contact 506-364-2374 or music@mta.ca.

Film Screening: The Clean Bin Project

...ne pollution expert, Captain Charles Moore, The Clean Bin Project presents the serious topic of waste reduction with optimism, humour, and inspiration for individual action. In case of inclement weat...

SappyFest Presents Yukon Blonde & More

...25th, at 9:00 pm. West coast harmonic guitar rock for Eagles fans, with another Toronto rock band, and a performance from local noisy/garage upstarts Yellow Teeth. Cost: $8.00 advance/ $10.00 at the door.

Garnet & Gold - Willy Wonka

...n the heart-warming story of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. Those familiar with the 1971 film adaptation of the book will recognize favourite songs such as I got a Golden Ticket, amo...

Open House for New Sackville United Church Building

...ville United. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 536-1334 extension 8, or visit our Facebook page, Sackville United Pastoral Charge, Sackville, NB.

Women Barbershop Singers

...1 convention and contests of Harmony Inc., an international organization of women barbershop singers. The public is invited to watch Chorus and Quartet contests, which celebrate excellence in barber...

Women Barbershop Singers

...1 convention and contests of Harmony Inc., an international organization of women barbershop singers. The public is invited to watch Chorus and Quartet contests, which celebrate excellence in barber...

Sackville Film Society

...0 pm. The eldest son of two characters (Brad Pitt & Jessica Chastain) witness the loss of innocence. We trace the evolution of Jack, an 11 year old boy in the midwest who is one of three brother...

Sackville Film Society

...ive there, but Inez does not share his romatic notions of the city. Gil takes a walk at midnight and discovers what could be the ultimate source of inspiration for writing. Its about a young man's g...

Live Bait/Winsor Theatre Play Reading Group

...s the story of an amoral and charismatic criminal mastermind and master swordfighter who cuts a swath of destruction across Europe in the 19th century. Zastrozzi relentlessly pursues revenge against V...

Sackville Film Society

...people around him. Wartime's harsh reality encroaches on childhood innocence as Michiel confronts good and evil, courage and duplicity, and his own burden of responsibility. All are welcome! Cost: $6.00 with membership, $9.00 without membership. Membership fee $8.00 available at the box office.

Sackville Film Society

...daughter. This leads to a cathartic cross-country trek by a mother searching for a daughter who is searching for a mother - both of them searching for themselves. This movie is a poignant, sometimes...

MTA Global Brigades Gala Dinner

...ausejour Curling Club, 80 Lockhart St, Moncton NB. Reception at 6:00 pm with the dinner commencing at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $100 per person, please RSVP by Tuesday, October 20th to Kylie de Chastelai...

TGIF Paddle

...paddle, so bring a snack to share. All are welcome! For additional information contact Susan Kastuk-Ridlington, email meals@nbnet.nb.ca.

Owens Art Gallery Exhibition: You Can Call Me Al

...a party with his wife, Peggy Harper. The French composer and conductor, Pierre Boulez, who was at the party, mistakenly referred to Paul as "Al" and to Peggy as "Betty", inspiring Simon to write the song. For additional information contact 506-364-2224.

TFRC Post-Natal Peer Support Group

...ren under one year. Come and share your stories and advice with other parents who are experiencing the same issues. For more information, call 939-8372 or email the Tantramar Family Resource Centre

TFRC Post-Natal Peer Support Group

...ren under one year. Come and share your stories and advice with other parents who are experiencing the same issues. For more information, call 939-8372 or email the Tantramar Family Resource Centre

TFRC Post-Natal Peer Support Group

...ren under one year. Come and share your stories and advice with other parents who are experiencing the same issues. For more information, call 939-8372 or email the Tantramar Family Resource Centre

TFRC Post-Natal Peer Support Group

...ren under one year. Come and share your stories and advice with other parents who are experiencing the same issues. For more information, call 939-8372 or email the Tantramar Family Resource Centre

TFRC Post-Natal Peer Support Group

...ren under one year. Come and share your stories and advice with other parents who are experiencing the same issues. For more information, call 939-8372 or email the Tantramar Family Resource Centre

Owens Art Gallery Exhibition: You Can Call Me Al

...a party with his wife, Peggy Harper. The French composer and conductor, Pierre Boulez, who was at the party, mistakenly referred to Paul as "Al" and to Peggy as "Betty", inspiring Simon to write the song. For additional information contact 506-364-2224.

Owens Exhibition: You Can Call Me Al

...a party with his wife, Peggy Harper. The French composer and conductor, Pierre Boulez, who was at the party, mistakenly referred to Paul as "Al" and to Peggy as "Betty", inspiring Simon to write the song. For additional information contact 506-364-2224.

New Brunswick Day

...e Country from Lakeville with Harry Chase, Tom Gould, Laurie Chevarie, and Bill Patterson. 1:30 pm - Shinerama Cake Walk 2:00 pm - Jello eating contest Other activities throughout the day: craft ta...

Sackville Artist's Talk at the Owens

...ly and contextually exciting characters and fantastic personal histories. Originally from Saskatchewan, Graeme Patterson attended school at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design before settling in Sa...

Recreation Opportunities - People with Disabilities

...nc. (THPCO) is a non-profit, charitable organization, which advocates for and supports the provision of hospice palliative care services and resources in the Tantramar region. We are an umbrella organ...

Seniors' Programs

...he club may contact Marlyn Richards (club president) at 536-0968 for membership inquiries. Regular meetings are held in the Sackville Senior Citizens’ Clubroom at the Sackville Legion at 2:00pm...

The Baked Ham Community Speaker Series

...eate a casual environment to share ideas and conversation on a variety of topics. Admission is $5.00 by donation, and open to the public, though it is a licensed event. Baked Ham is supported by the...

TFRC: Post-Natal Peer Support Group

...ren under one year. Come and share your stories and advice with other parents who are experiencing the same issues. For more information, call 939-8372 or email the Tantramar Family Resource Centre

TFRC: Post-Natal Peer Support Group

...ren under one year. Come and share your stories and advice with other parents who are experiencing the same issues. For more information, call 939-8372 or email the Tantramar Family Resource Centre

Beating Heart Cadaver

...tale with humor, unexpected characters, and the restorative power of hope. Tickets are $10 General, $5 Students/Seniors. Call Windsor Theatre at 364-2234 for tickets and reservations. Thursday, Octo...

Sackville Sports Wall of Fame

...ying ability, sportsmanship, character and their contribution to their particular sport and to sport in general. b) Builders: Builders are defined as officials, sponsors, executives, trainers, volunt...

Children/Youth Programs

...join at age 12. There is no charge for the uniform or any of the routine activities. Costs are covered by DND the Air Cadet League of Canada, and local sponsors, including the Royal Canadian Legion B...

PFLAG Meeting

...so will have lots of time to share stories! A warm welcome is extended to new and returning members, all are welcome. The Amherst/Sackville chapter of PFLAG Canada normally meets every month on the f...

Workshop: Restoration & Insulation

...s being held Saturday, October 29th, from 9:00 am - 12:00 noon, at the Sackville Visitor Information Centre, 34 Mallard Drive. The event is free of charge. Refreshments provided. All are welcome!

MTA Faculty & Guest Brass Recital

...and Guest Brass Recital: Richard Simoneau and Curtis Dietz. trumphets; Eric Mathis, Francois Godere and Linda Pearse, trombones. This event is being held in Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of ...

talk on the King James Version of Bible

This year sees the 400th anniversary of the publication of the King James version of the Bible. To mark the anniversary a talk will be presented by Charles H. Scobie, at the St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 36 Bridge Street, Friday, October 21st at 7:00 pm. All are welcome!

TFRC: Post-Natal Peer Support Group - CANCELLED

...ren under one year. Come and share your stories and advice with other parents who are experiencing the same issues. For more information, call 939-8372 or email the Tantramar Family Resource Centre Cancelled for this week

TFRC: Post-Natal Peer Support Group

...ren under one year. Come and share your stories and advice with other parents who are experiencing the same issues. For more information, call 939-8372 or email the Tantramar Family Resource Centre

Sackville Early Music Festival Event

Sackville Early Music Festival: Performance by the Louisbourg Choir and Festival baroque Orchestra, directed by Monique Richard, Sunday, October 16th at the Saint Anselme Church, Dieppe, 7:00 pm. All are welcome!

TFRC Post-Natal Peer Support Group

...ren under one year. Come and share your stories and advice with other parents who are experiencing the same issues. For more information, call 939-8372 or email the Tantramar Family Resource Centre

Community Garden: End of the Year Potluck

...community garden, located on Charles Street. Potlucks are fantastic! Come out to the garden to enjoy the fruits of our labor. There will be music and fun for the whole family–all ages welcome!

Fog Forest Gallery Exhibition Autumn Gold

...drya Eaton and Donna Rawlins Sharpe. Please take a few minutes to preview this exhibition at the Fog Forest Gallery website. Fog Forest Gallery is located at 14 Bridge Street in beautiful, downtown...

The Walrus Talk The Art of Conversation

...man Biographer and historian Charlotte Gray Publisher Sarah MacLachlan Author Lisa Moore Rocket scientist Natalie Panek Broadcaster Shelagh Rogers Historian and author Aritha Van Herk Tickets: General Admission: $10, Students: FREE Website address / ticket link All are welcome!

Fundraiser Walk-Stride to Turn The Tide

...silient grandmothers of Sub-Saharan Africa who are caring for children orphaned by AIDS and changing the course of the pandemic in their communities. In Sackville, this 1- 2 kilometer walk will take ...

Exhibition Gordon Monahan: Seeing Sound Opening Reception

...mation please contact Nicole Sharp, Gallery Intern at 364.2224 or owens-intern@mta.ca.

Opening Reception At The Owens-Paper Doll

...mation please contact Nicole Sharp, Gallery Intern: 364.2224 or owens-intern@mta.ca The exhibition Paper Doll wi...

2011 Arts Wall Unveiling

...nsen (literary arts), Pauline Harborne (arts builder), will be held Saturday, June 18th, 11:00 am, outside Town Hall (corner of York Street & Main Street). A presentation ceremony and reception w...

Community Forest International - Apicultue Course

...course is Kathleen and Peter Hardie; the venue is 90 Bridge Street. Cost: $100/student, $135/adult, $200/couple Couples and children are welcome and encouraged to attend! For more information and ...

Blues Award Winner Eric Bibb at Roadhouse

...nds, which featured Odetta, Charlie Musselwhite, Guy Davis and Mahal as special guests. Two collaborations with his father (who lives in Vancouver) were A Family Affair and Praising Peace: A Tribute ...

Public Lecture by Jeff Schnurr of CFI

...International (CFI) will be sharing his experiences from a recent trip to Pemba, Tanzania. The lecture will explore community led tree planting initiatives in Tanzania, and a new global initiative launching in Sackville on May 28th. All are welcome to attend!

Fall Fest at Fort Beausejour Historic Site

...dren with autumn themes and a harvest display. Visitors will discover what settler life was like in the first half of the 18th century. People of all ages are welcome to come and experience the Fall...

TFRC Program: Middle School Yoga

...classes are offered free of charge. For More information, or to register contact Raeghannn at the Tantramar Family Resource Centre at 939-8372 or tfrcoffice@eastlink.ca. All are welcome!

TFRC Program: Middle School Yoga

...classes are offered free of charge. For More information, or to register contact Raeghannn at the Tantramar Family Resource Centre at 939-8372 or tfrcoffice@eastlink.ca. All are welcome!

TFRC Program: Middle School Yoga

...classes are offered free of charge. For More information, or to register contact Raeghannn at the Tantramar Family Resource Centre at 939-8372 or tfrcoffice@eastlink.ca. All are welcome!

Garden Tour

...Memory of the late Captain Richard Steele. Steele was an outstanding plant breeder, known internationally for his work with rhododendrons and magnolias. The properties on the tour feature a large nu...

TFRC's Family's Day Out

...ckville Community Garden (40 Charles Street) on Friday, June 10th from 3p.m. – 6p.m. for Sackville’s Growing Our Community event as part of the United Way’s annual Day of Caring incl...

Live Bait Theatre AGM

...e at Live Bait Theatre, 87 Main Street, Sackville, NB. For more information please call 506 536 2248. Live Bait Theatre is a registered non-profit charitable organization.

Mount Allison Baccalaurate Service

...est speaker is David Adams Richard, NB writer and Mount Allison honorary degree holder. Reception to follow in Tweedie Hall, Wallace McCain Student Centre, 62 York Street. For additioal information ...

Festival Under the Stars

...t is open to all and free of charge and takes place at the Campbell Carriage Factory, 19 Church Street. For more information, please call 506.536.2541 or visit the Trust's website. This event will ta...

The Sounds of Spring

..., 87 Main Street. Come and enjoy our local takent and impending warm weather! Tickets: $12 in advance, $14 at the door (including all taxes and surcharges). All are welcome!

New Soap Felting Workshop

...Community Garden, located on Charles Street. cost: $10 adults, $5 for kids. Join Sarah Mullen in this neat workshop where participants wil1 learn how to felt around a bar of soap from Anointment Ski...

Broadway Night

...(including all taxes and surcharges). Tickets can be purchased by contacting Live Bait Theatre at 506 536 2248 or at info@livebaittheatre.com or online at TicketPro I hope you can join us!

Spuds 'n' Suds

...(including all taxes and surcharges). Tickets can be purchased by contacting Live Bait at 506 536 2248 or at info@livebaittheatre.com or online at www.ticketpro.ca. I hope you can join us!

Opening Reception Bona Fide at the Owens

...rkshops, start projects, and share ideas. Several of the artists in the exhibition will be present and everyone is welcome to attend. For further information contact Gemey Kelly, Director, Owens Art...

Household Hazardous Waste & Computer Recycling Day

...monitors, printers, computer hard drives and laptop computers The following will NOT be accepted as Electronic waste: Televisions, microwaves, any type of appliance (toasters, kettles, grills, fryers, etc.). These items can be put out to be picked up as part of the Spring Clean-up.

David J. Burns

...d to have coached 1,000 players, including many that went on to become all-stars or league MVP’s. David is a passionate motivator and preaches hard work, mental and physical toughness, team work, accountability, integrity, and dedication.

11th Annual Sackville Fall Fair

...elicious tastes of the autumn harvest The 2011 Bud Doncaster Memorial Past & Present Agricultural Field Day Live Music at the Fall Fair Tent Youth Talent Show Helicopter Rides And a whole lot mo...

Sappyfest 9

...Renowned for its small town charm, friendly atmosphere, and intimate venues, SappyFest is the perfect way to spend the midsummer long weekend. Concerts are presented at a covered outdoor stage (Bridg...

Old Man Luedecke Performs at Middle Sackville Baptist church

...trained singer, brings sweet harmonies and a flawless sense of wonder. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door, children under 12 get in for free. You can purchase tickets at the SappyFest he...

Sounds of Sackville

..., including all taxes and surcharges. Tickets can be purchased by dropping by the Live Bait box office at 87 Main Street, calling 506 536 2248 or online at Ticket Pro. If you're in the Sackville area, I hope you can join us. See you at the theatre!

SappyFest 9

...Renowned for its small town charm, friendly atmosphere, and intimate venues, SappyFest is the perfect way to spend the midsummer long weekend. Concerts are presented at a covered outdoor stage (Bridg...

6th Annual SappyFest

... Renowned for its small town charm, friendly atmosphere and intimate venues, SappyFest is the perfect way to spend the midsummer long weedend. Concerts are presented at a covered outdoor stage and se...

Concerts In the Park

...create a unique, dynamic and hard-driving sound. This talented band features Tim Hicks on mandolin, Dana Moore on banjo, Darren Moore on guitar and Randy Legere on Bass. For additional information contact 364-4967. All are welcome!

Community Forest International Food Forest Course

...ackville Community Garden on Charles Street. Food Forests are unlike ordinary gardens because of their unique layout. By planting trees, veggies, herbs and mushrooms in strategic arrangements each pl...

TFRC Program: Teen Yoga

...classes are offered free of charge. For More information, or to register contact Raeghannn at the Tantramar Family Resource Centre at 939-8372 or tfrcoffice@eastlink.ca. All are welcome!

Owens Art Gallery - Glen Adams

...h Alex Colville and Lawren P. Harris at Mount Allison University in the 1960s. He was an important contributor to the arts community in Sackville and an active member of the Sackville Art Association...

MTA Presidents Speaker Series, Jonah Lecture

...BE, FRCP (Hon), Professor of pharmacology at the University of Oxford, neuroscientist, broadcaster, and author. The lecture entitled Mind Change: The New Climate Change? will take place Monday, Septe...

Residential Household Hazardous Waste/Computer Recycling Day

...blic Works Garage, 101 Crescent Street, Sackville, N.B. The following will be accepted for computer recycling: Computer monitors, printers, computer hard drives and laptop computers WET / DRY / HHW Information Hotline: 877-1040

Matt Minglewood Concert

...Books, Sackville, Pugsley's Pharmacy, Amherst, Frank's Music, Moncton or contact Mike Purdy at 536-7006 or toyrun@nb.sympatico.ca.

MTA Department of Music Performance

...cello, winner of the 2012 Eckhardt-Gramatte National Music Competition for Strings and Eliza Ching, piano. The event is being held in Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street,...

Workshop: Edible Landscaping

...ackville Community Garden on Charles Street, Saturday, June 21st, from 12:30-4:30 pm. Cost: $10. To register. All are welcome!

Summer Activities

...more info. contact Nancy Burkhart 536-4214 Our Programming & Recreation brochures are available at Town Hall, 31C Main St., and at many other locations around Sackville. You can also download ...

Community Garden: Herbal Infusion Workshop

...Sackville Community Garden (Charles Street). Cost: Free (donations welcome) In this short workshop we will learn how to make a tea from ingredients at the garden. Feeling under the weather? Feelin...

CUSO-VSO 50th Anniversary Potluck & Panel

...om five different decades to share stories. Guest speaker is Eno Awakessien from Nigeria. There will also be a silent auction and craft sale. For additional information contact atl&#...

Community Garden Summer Solstice Potluck & BBQ

...Sackville Community Garden, Charles Street. Cost: Free (donations welcome) The wood-fired brick bake oven is rearing to go and will be waiting for your pizzas to go into it! Bring some dough (for ...

MTA Celebrating Student Research

...hering away together: Female characters and Ageism in the musicals of Stephen Sondheim" and Helen Tucker, "Performing Ritual: Physical and Musical Gestures in Britten's Curlew River." This event is b...

MTA Colloquium

...r. David Rogosin Sonata Form: Harmony, Humour & Haydn. This event is being held Wednesday, September 12th, at Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street, at 4:00 pm. All are ...

Atlantic Wildlife Institute Fundraiser

...okville, NB, is a registered charitable organization that provides wildlife services for the region including rescue and rehabilitation, training and school education programs. Registration forms available on line or at the Running Room, 300 Main Street, Moncton. All are invited to participate.

MTA Guest Recital

...c Guest Recital: Barbara Pritchard, piano. Music by Barbara Pentland. This event is being held in Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street, 8:00 pm, Saturday, September 22. Al...

TFRC Program: Garden Sprouts

...Sackville Community Garden, Charles Street, and Thursdays 9:30 - 11:00 am at Salem Elementary School, 70 Queens Road. Do you like to spend time outdoors and want to learn how your food grows? Child...

Old Man Luedecke Returns to Sackville

...d October 2nd. Known for his charming, heartfelt folk songs and skilled banjo playing, this troubadour is sure to set toes tapping. Opening the show will be the dynamic Halifax poet and singer-songwr...

Production of Peter Pan

...s and seniors, and $5 for children under 12 . Tickets can also be reserved online at Will O' the Wisp website. Come rediscover childlike wonder and share in this truly magical event!

Production of Peter Pan

...s and seniors, and $5 for children under 12 . Tickets can also be reserved online at Will O' the Wisp website. Come rediscover childlike wonder and share in this truly magical event!

MTA Student Recital

Mount Allison University Department of Music Student Recital: Charles Nicholas Godsoe, tuba with Colin Frotten, piano; and Abigail de Niverville, oboe with Lynn Johnson, piano, 8:00 pm, Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street. Admission free. All are welcome!

Ok. Quoi! Stop Motion Animation Circus Workshop

...cus? Want to bring your own characters and creatures to life? If so, then sign-up for this summer's Stop Motion Animation Circus with local artist Graeme Patterson. Bring in your old clothes, toys,...

Sackville Art Association Art Lessons

...and shapes, AND get some of Sharon Hicks’ great tips on painting clouds. Whether you're using watercolour, acrylics/oils, or pencils, you will learn a lot in this class! Bring your medium of c...

Christmas Tea & Sale

Christmas Tea and Sale at St. Vincent's Church Hall, 63 Charlotte Street, Sunday, November 20th, from 4:00 - 6:00 pm. Adults $6.00, children under 12 years $3.00, under 3 years free. Sponsored by the C.W.L. All are welcome!

Production of Peter Pan

...s and seniors, and $5 for children under 12 . Tickets can also be reserved online at Will O' the Wisp website. Come rediscover childlike wonder and share in this truly magical event!

TFRC Program: Teen Yoga

...classes are offered free of charge. For More information, or to register contact Raeghannn at the Tantramar Family Resource Centre at 939-8372 or tfrcoffice@eastlink.ca. All are welcome!

TFRC Program: Garden Sprout

...Sackville Community Garden, Charles Street, and Thursdays 9:30 - 11:00 am at Salem Elementary School, 70 Queens Road. Do you like to spend time outdoors and want to learn how your food grows? Child...

TFRC Program: Garden Sprouts

...Sackville Community Garden, Charles Street, and Thursdays 9:30 - 11:00 am at Salem Elementary School, 70 Queens Road. Do you like to spend time outdoors and want to learn how your food grows? Child...

MTA Performing Arts Series

...instrumentals, gorgeous vocal harmonies, and energetic foot percussion into a jubilant musical feast. Their distinctive sound, tongue-in-cheek humour, and dynamic stage presence make them a supreme c...

2011 Culture Days NB

...ma, Fine Arts and Music will share their talent with Sackville residents and visitors in various locations in downtown Sackville. Friday, September 30, 2011, 1:00-2:00 pm For additional information ...

Sackville Shambhala Meditation Group Meetings

...on MtA Campus. Feel free to share this message with others who would be interested. Everyone is welcome. The Sackville Shambhala Meditation Group meets every Tuesday evening from 6:30-8:30. No exper...

TFRC Program: Garden Sprouts

...Sackville Community Garden, Charles Street, and Thursdays 9:30 - 11:00 am at Salem Elementary School, 70 Queens Road. Do you like to spend time outdoors and want to learn how your food grows? Child...

Louisbourg Choir and Festival Orchestra

Sackville Early Music Festival presents Louisbourg Choir and Festival Orchestra, directed by Monique Richard. This event is being held at the Sackville United Church, 112 Main Street, Saturday, October 15, 8:00 pm. All are welcome!

Classes: Art for Seniors

...ding, textile, water colour, charcoal, construction, clay, print making and more. All supplies are provided. Start living more creatively in this explorative class and find the perfect art expression ...

Sackville Early Music Festival

...rchestra Conductor Monique Richard, at the Baptist Church, 20 Main Street, 3:00 pm. For full details on artists, venues, times and ticket availability, please visit the Festival website above. All are welcome!

Sackville Early Music Festival

...rchestra Conductor Monique Richard, at the Baptist Church, 20 Main Street, 3:00 pm. For full details on artists, venues, times and ticket availability, please visit the Festival website above. All are welcome!

Sackville Early Music Festival

...rchestra Conductor Monique Richard, at the Baptist Church, 20 Main Street, 3:00 pm. For full details on artists, venues, times and ticket availability, please visit the Festival website above. All are welcome!

Sackville Early Music Festival

...rchestra Conductor Monique Richard, at the Baptist Church, 20 Main Street, 3:00 pm. For full details on artists, venues, times and ticket availability, please visit the Festival website above. All are welcome!

Cecilia String Quartet

... Canadian composer Abigail Richardson-Schulte. Single tickets are $28 for adults and $15 for students. Bring a child (age 4-18) for free with the purchase of an adult subscription or adult single ti...

Sackville Early Music Festival

...rchestra Conductor Monique Richard, at the Baptist Church, 20 Main Street, 3:00 pm. For full details on artists, venues, times and ticket availability, please visit the Festival website above. All are welcome!

Crafty Kids Workshops

...Sackville Community Garden, Charles Street, from 9:30 and 11:30, and feature crafts from up-cycled materials that will look great outdoors or in the garden. The workshops are best suited for childre...

Book Launch: Sackville Then & Now

...otographs by Kip Jackson and Charlie Scobie, to be held in the Sackville Curling Club, 22 Lansdowne Street at 7 p.m. on Friday 20 September 2013. The book is being published under the auspices of the...

Live Music at Struts Gallery

Live Music at Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre, 7 Lorne Street, featuring The Rise (Moncton), Brain Fever (Calgary) and Yellowteeth (Sackville). The event begins at 7:30pm, $7 cover charge. For All ages. All are welcome!

1948 Sackville Legion Juvenile Baseball Team

...ng L to R) Carman Estabrooks, Harry Baxter, Frank Lewis, Stephen Johnson, C. A. Keith, Robert Robertson, Conrad Phinney, Elmer Wheeler & Thayer Hicks (Seated L to R) Thomas McAllister, William Godfrey, Lorne MacKay, William Ayer, Alan Milner, Robert Hicks & Fred Melanson

Family Yoga in the Park

...We'll salute the summer sun, share stories, paint faces and have lots of fun! Yoga provides a great path for children (and adults!) to become more aware of themselves- through the body, breath, though...

Crafty Kids Workshops

...Sackville Community Garden, Charles Street, from 9:30 and 11:30, and feature crafts from up-cycled materials that will look great outdoors or in the garden. The workshops are best suited for childre...

Crafty Kids

...Sackville Community Garden, Charles Street, from 9:30 and 11:30, and feature crafts from up-cycled materials that will look great outdoors or in the garden. The workshops are best suited for childre...

1952–1953 Sackville Eagles Hockey Team

...r, M. MacKinnon, E. Booth, B. Harris, C. Melanson, J.Read, C. LeBlanc (Middle L to R) A. Milner, T. McAllister, J. Morice, R. Ward, L. Cormier, P. Gauvin (Front L to R) J. Wheeler (Manager), D. McAllister (Trainer), J. MacKinnon, R. Steeves, C. Johnson

United Church Public Meeting

...l propose incorporation of a charitable trust dedicated to preserving the building and re-purposing it as a focal point for community activity. For additional information concerning this meeting contact Virgil Hammock or Rhianna Edwards.

Sackville Community Garden Summer Workshop

...cated by the train tracks on Charles Street! If you have any questions, or would like to host a workshop yourself, do not hesitate to contact us at sackville ...

2nd Annual United Way Day of Caring

...Sackville Community Garden, Charles Street, from 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm. The objective is to raise awareness about the Sackville Community Garden, the Daybreak Centre and the Tantramar Family Resource Ce...

Struts Gallery - Ease Down the Road

...on. This shifting space will share the likeness of a museum display or a souvenir gift shop, but will display a collection of foam debris. Visitors can either browse the collection or choose to use th...

Sackville Sports Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony

...rum) Youngner - Athlete Bruce Harper - Athlete The public is invited to attend this special ceremony to recognize the addition of three new inductees to the Sackville Sports Wall of Fame. Reception...

MTA Guest Recital

...piano, winner of the 2013 Eckhardt-Gramatte National Music Competition. The recital is being held in Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street, 8:00 pm. All are welcome! For a...

Sackville Early Music Festival

As part of the Sackville Early Music Festival, Wednesday, September 25th - Sari Tsuji, baroque violin and Jonathan Addleman, harpsichord, perform Baroque music inspired by bird song This event is being held in the University Chapel, 63A York Street. All are welcome!

MTA Guest Recital

...d therobo, and Tim Blackmore, harpsichord and recorders. The recital is being held in Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street, 8:00 pm. All are welcome! For additional information contact 506-364-2374 or music@mta.ca.

Canada Day Multi K Fun Run & Walk

...00 noon. Start time 1:00 pm SHARP. Must wear red & white. Adornment with maple leaves, beavers or other Canadian symbols optional. There will be three different runs: 4km, 7km and 10km. After...

Children's Classes: Glee Club

...oup singing, choreography and harmony to complete a full medley similar to the popular TV show. All songs and choreography are age appropriate. Let this fun intro class to performance help your teen l...

Sackville Community Garden Summer Workshop

...cated by the train tracks on Charles Street! If you have any questions, or would like to host a workshop yourself, do not hesitate to contact us at sackville ...

Sackville Community Garden Summer Workshop

...cated by the train tracks on Charles Street! If you have any questions, or would like to host a workshop yourself, do not hesitate to contact us at sackville ...

Garrett Mason & the Keith Hallet Band

...mostly because it has been hard to get our respective schedules to synchronize...but we are very happy to say that we have finally managed to do so. Garrett has produced Fredericton native Keith Ha...

Crafty Kids Workshop

...ackville Community Garden on Charles St. A great chance for children to express their creativity while enjoying the outdoors. Rain space is the TFRC at 9A Willow Lane. All are welcome!

Playschool Inc. Yard Sale

...le as a fundraiser for their charitable non-profit cooperative preschool. Come out and see what treasures you may find! It's for a great cause! If you would like to donate any items or have any quest...

Gordie Macleeman & his Rhythm Boys & Monkey Junk

...have been rewarded for their hard work with many awards including: 2012 Juno Award winner – Blues Album of the Year, 2008-2013 – 15 Maple Blues Awards, 2010 Canadian Independent Music Aw...

PFLAG Meeting

...who has served as the Sexual Harassment Advisor at Mount Allison University for almost 15 years. The Amherst/Sackville chapter of PFLAG Canada normally meets every month on the fourth Monday night o...

Sappyfest Presents Cold Specks & Bry Webb

...eral tones of Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Cold Specks' sparse arrangements and chain gang rhythms stop you dead in your tracks SappyFest Day Passes $60 (Get you into all of SappyFest). Tickets to individ...

Main Street Mile

...t), on the Mount Allison University campus and finishes at the Salem Elementary School, 70 Queens Road. For additional information contact Nancy Burkhart at 506-536-4214. All are welcome to participate.

Struts Gallery: Artist-in-Resident

CHMA Radio and Struts Gallery & Faucet media Arts Centre, 7 Lorne Street present artist-in-residence Zachary Gough from Portland, Oregon January 7th - February 7th. All are welcome!

Canada Day Multi-K Run & Walk

...roll event starts at 1:00 pm sharp, and is open to everyone. Registration will be in front of the Salvation Army thrift Store. The course begins on Bridge Street. Runners will be provided with an ac...

RCMP Week: Bike Rodeo, BBQ & Art Display

...or all to see, as well as the Harley Davidson motorcycle and other police vehicles. As part of the activities, students were asked to create an art project based on what the RCMP means to them. All ...

CIHR Cafe Scientifique

...ties who want to understand, share ideas, and ask questions about the relationship between stress, depressive symptoms, and inflammation. The panel will provide strategies that could help minimize the...

Town Council Discussion Group Meeting

...ic: Energy East Pipeline - Sharoni Mitra Farmer's Market Update and Street Closure Staff Reports: Tenders: a) 2014-03 - Flowers, Watering, Planting & Maintenance of Parks; b) 2014-04 - Stree...

Struts Gallery Artist-in-Residence

CHMA Radio and Struts Gallery & Faucet media Arts Centre, 7 Lorne Street present artist-in-residence Zachary Gough from Portland, Oregon January 7 - February 7th.

Lecture by Retired Professor Judith Weiss

...21; on Thursday, December 6th at 12 noon at the St. Paul’s Anglican Church Hall, 125 Main Street in Sackville. Bring your lunch! No admission charge. All are welcome! Sponsored by Mount Allison Faculity Association.

An Evening of Comfort & Joy

...ng message from celebrant Pam Harrison will lead the service and a special candle-lighting service will take place, paying tribute to those we remember. Music by Gary and Bridge Ebanks and Wendell An...

At The Owens Reception: A Vital Force: The Canadian Group of Painters

...rtworks by Emily Carr, Lawren Harris, Paraskeva Clark, Arthur Lismer, Jack Humphrey, A.Y. Jackson and others in an important exhibition entitled A Vital Force. The exhibition, which has been organized...

CWL Christmas Tea & Sale

Christmas Tea and Sale, Sunday, November 24th, from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm, St. Vincent's Church, 63 Charlotte Street. Adults $6.00, Children under 12 years $3.00, children under 3 years free. All are welcome!

PFLAG Meeting

...married couples: Doyle and Sharon Hachey and Jane and Stephen Claxton Oldfield are parents of a lesbian daughter in addition to having other children who are not gay. The Amherst/Sackville chapter ...

Invitation: Public Presentation "Partnering for Safer Communities"

...re will be an opportunity to share with our police services and Council any priorities and concerns regarding safety and criminality in our community. We look forward to seeing you on December 17th!

911 Information Session: _The 411 on 911_

...ich is being offered free of charge on Tuesday, May 27th, 7:00 pm in Council Chambers, Town Hall, 31C Main Street, 2nd floor. Residents can find out all they would like to know about 911, including: ...

Hike for All

...g a snack for yourself or to share. If there is any change, a notice will be posted by 12 noon on the day of the hike on the Facebook page of the Tantramar Outdoor Club. Any questions, call Susan Kastuk-Ridlington 536-3345. All are welcome!

1992 National Women’s Curling Team

...1991 Canada Winter Games in Charlottetown, won the 1991 Canadian Junior Women’s Championship in Leduc, Alberta and placed fifth at the 1992 World Junior Curling Championships in Obersdorf, Germ...

Spring Clean-up at Boultenhouse Heritage Centre

...the snow on the ground, it's hard to believe that spring is here. But according to the calendar it is, which means it's time for our annual spring clean-up at the Boultenhouse Heritage Centre, 29 Qu...

Earth Day Activities

...: Everyone welcome! (Free of charge.) “Locally Produced!” Trade Show. Those in the business of producing local food and environmentally related products/ services will be setting up displa...

Director Art Gallery of Ontario Talk at the Owens

...en to the public and free of charge. All are welcome. For further information contact: Gemey Kelly, gkelly@mta.ca, 364-2576.

Council Discussion Group Meeting

...rogramming & Tourism Car Share Proposal - Transportation for Tantramar Network Public Works Fuel Systems - George Woodburn Protecting Water Supply (Re: Hydrofracking) By-Law - George Woodburn

Sackville Early Music Festival

As part of the Sackville Early Music Festival: Friday, September 27th - "Le jour du marriage" (Marriage Day): Suzie LeBlanc, soprano and Alex Weimann, harpsichord. This event is being held at the University Chapel, 63A York Street, 8:00 pm. All are welcome!

United Way Fundraiser

...and much more. $5.00 cover charge (if pre purchased) and $7.00 at the door for additional information and to register a Lip Sync Team or purchase tickets, please see contact Lacey Fisher 536-8454 o...

W. Wallace (Wallie) Sears

...n of the Year award in 1980, Charles F. Allison Award in 1990 for outstanding contribution to Mount Allison University… to name a few. During the past five decades he has contributed greatly to...

March Break Youth Actiities March 3 - 9

...undle of artwork to keep and share. Pre-registration required. Call 536-1211 or e-mail production@strutsgallery.ca to register. Space is limited. Cost: $50.00 Tuesday, March 4th 8:30am-4:30pm - Bab...

Live Bait's "The Naughty List" Dinner Theatre

...gathered group of colourful characters get one? Find out for yourself by attending a performance of this sure to be fun-filled event, also featuring a delicious home-cooked style meal, with all the ...

Evening of Musical Entertainment

...fiddler Stacey Read, concert harpist Dorothy Brzezicki, vocal group Transition & Friends and other local artists. Refreshments to follow. Free will offering will be taken in support of Haiti Mission Trip 2013. All are welcome!

Victory in Europe Day

...ing of wreaths. Following the Parade there will be a Stand To at the Legion and refreshments. For more in formation call Branch President Doreen Richards 379 2501 All are invited to attend.

Live Bait's "The Naughty List" Dinner Theatre

...gathered group of colourful characters get one? Find out for yourself by attending a performance of this sure to be fun-filled event, also featuring a delicious home-cooked style meal, with all the ...

Welcome from the Town of Sackville

...oy your time in Sackville. Sackville visitor information Download the 2014 Sackville Visitor Guide (11 MB PDF) Téléchargez le Guide du visiteur 2014 (27 MB PDF)

The Sweetest Little Thing

...hris Foster, Kerri George, Zachary Gough, Robert Hengeveld, Yoko Homareda, Marcia Huyer, Jacob Dahlstrup Jensen, Lisa Lipton, Robyn Love, Susan Lukachko, Dawn MacNutt, Andrew Maize, Deborah Margo, Cat...

Places of Worship

...s Roman Catholic Church 63 Charlotte Street Tel. 536-3020 Sundays 9 am Salem Baptist Church 234 Main Street Tel. 536-0407 Sundays 9:45 am, 11 am, 6 pm, Wednesday 7 pm prayer meeting St. Andre...

March Break Youth Activities March 3 - 9

...undle of artwork to keep and share. Pre-registration required. Call 536-1211 or e-mail production@strutsgallery.ca to register. Space is limited. Cost: $50.00 Tuesday, March 4th 8:30am-4:30pm - Bab...

Film Screening: Atanarjuat The Fast Runner

...Building, 67 York Street, Zacharias Kunuk – renowned Inuk director will be introducing and screening his internationally celebrated film Atanarjuat The Fast Runner. Kunuk is one of Canada̵...

Film Screening & Panel Discussion

...ing and Panel Discussion - Zacharias Kunuk, Inuk director of the award-winning Atanarjuat,the first feature film entirely in Inuktitut (English subtitles; see screening on February 5th, 2:00 p.m. Wu C...

Handmade Happy Hour

...ents or start something new, share your expertise or learn some new tricks of the trade... Everyone is welcome! Owens Art Gallery: 61 York Street, Sackville, NB

Handmade Happy Hour

...ents or start something new, share your expertise or learn some new tricks of the trade... Everyone is welcome! Owens Art Gallery: 61 York Street, Sackville, NB

Matt Minglewood at the Vogue Cinema

...t stories and songs that are guaranteed to entertain. Tickets ($25) are available in Sackville at Tidewater Books and in Amherst at Pugsley’s Pharmacy. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. For more information please contact Mike at 506-536-7006.

Curl for Cancer

...t and cheer your favourite team and participate in this annual event, while raising money for a good cause. For additional information contact Wayne Harper at 536-2340. All are welcome!

An Afternoon of Bluegrass

...ea) and the duo Just Us from Charlotte County, NB. The cover includes a raffle to win a double pass to the Country Bluegrass Festival in Fort Fairfield, Maine. All are welcome!

Artist Talk at the Owens

...mation please contact Nicole Sharp, Gallery Intern at 364-2224 or owens-intern@mta.ca.

Cinema Politica: Pink Ribbons Inc

...Ribbons Inc. explores the disharmony between the real fight againt Breast Cancer and the more visable and commercialized campaigns that claim to support the cause. Screenings are held in room 101, S...

Exhibition: Swan Pond , Oh Swan Pond

...elly, Lucy MacDonald, Nicole Sharp and Jane Tisda. The exhibition will be available for viewing from March 16th to August 26. For additional information contact 364-2224.

Sackville Minor Hockey Comedy Night & Dance

...0, available at the Sackville Harness Shop, 39 Main Street, by calling Ryan & Patti at 536-4773 or fundraising@sackv&...

Heritage Day Events

...ucation and Outreach Intern, Charlotte Gleave Riemann, will present activities especially aimed at young people and families. The morning part of Heritage Day will also feature displays by the Tantra...

Vote for Marshview Middle School

...s to be a concerted effort to place a school, from a small population area, onto the national map. Vote. Tweet. Facebook. Blog. Email. Post. Print. Share.

Vote for Marshview Middle School

...s to be a concerted effort to place a school, from a small population area, onto the national map. Vote. Tweet. Facebook. Blog. Email. Post. Print. Share.

Heritage Trust Presents Heritage Day in Sackville

...from the Trust, at Tantramar Pharmacy, or at the breakfast. “It’s really a jam packed day”, said Executive Director Ron Kelly Spurles. “It’s a great community event, and...

Artist Carol Wainio at the Owens

...the Fastwurms, Kevin Yates, Shary Boyle and Christine Fellows. The Visiting Artist Program is funded by a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts to the Department of Fine Arts at Mount Allison U...

MTA President's Speaker Series: Noah Feldman

Noah Feldman of Harvard law School and the New York Times Magazine will open this year's President's Speakers Series, celebrating the Year of Global Engagement at Mount Allison Universit...

Burns Night at Live Bait Theatre

...ch with distinctive regional characteristics. Guided by Jon Parsons, a local malt connoisseur, the experience promises to be educational and uplifting. Holders of supper tickets may add this explorat...

Transportation for Tantramar Survey Deadline

...uch as a bus or shuttle), carsharing, and carpooling. Your feedback is important in designing a system that is useful for our communities. For additional information contact 536-4487 or eo&...

Garnet & Gold Presents Willy Wonka

...n the heart-warming story of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. Those familiar with the 1971 film adaptation of the book will recognize favourite songs such as I got a Golden Ticket, amo...

Town Council Discussion Group

...storative Justice - Cynthia Belanger-Breault 7:15 pm Sustainable Sackville Committee Communications Strategy Idling Policy Bob Edgett's Boxing - Charitable Receipts Octagonal House In-Kind Requests Budget Process - Timing

Sewing Bee at Struts Gallery

...reat chance to get together, share ideas, and get some work done on new projects or older ones with a fresh perspective! All are welcome, beginners and experts alike.

TBS Presents Sue Foley & Peter Karp

...CD that was #1 on the Blues charts for 6 weeks. The music itself originates from a correspondence between the two artists that records their respective trials and tribulations, which eventually becam...

Classes: Art for Seniors

...ding, textile, water colour, charcoal, construction, clay, print making and more. All supplies are provided. Start living more creatively in this explorative class and find the perfect art expression ...

Sackville Film Society Presents

The Sackville Film Society presents The Mill and the Cross, with Rutger Hauer, Charlotte Rampling and Michael York, Thursday, March 8th, 7:30pm, at the Vogue Theatre. Admission $6.00 with membership, $9.00 without membership. All are welcome!

Sackville Film Society Presents

The Sackville Film Society presents Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, with Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, and Tom Hardy, Thursday, April 5th, 7:30pm, at the Vogue Theatre. Admission $6.00 with membership, $9.00 without membership. All are welcome!

Owens Opening Reception

...mation please contact Nicole Sharp, Gallery Intern: 364.2224 or owens-intern@mta.ca All are welcome!

Sackville Film Society Presents

The Sackville Film Society presents Melancholia, staring Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Kiefer Sutherland, Thursday, February 16th, 7:30pm, at the Vogue Theatre. Admission $6.00 with membership, $9.00 without membership. All are welcome!

Classes: Art for Seniors

...ding, textile, water colour, charcoal, construction, clay, print making and more. All supplies are provided. Start living more creatively in this explorative class and find the perfect art expression ...

The Vagina Monologues

...at 8pm, Wu Centre, Sir James Dunn Building, 67 York Street. Tickets sold at door, the door opens at 8pm, all proceeds from ticket sales are going to charity. This is a production that surely everyone must see once in their life!

Christmas Service for Remembrance

...ed by Wendell Anderson. Rev. Lloyd Bruce will offer a message of comfort. The service is non-denominational. Refreshments and fellowship will be shared following the service. For additional information contact 364-8188.

The Music Barn Presents

The Music Barn, 18 Station Road presents Rustic Harmony & Guests, country and bluegrass, Sunday, June 10th, 2:00 - 4:00 pm. Admission $10. All are welcome! For more information contact Brian 902-634-3353.

Tuesdays Under the Sky

...hn shantymen Before the Mast sharing songs and stories of our maritime past, accompanied by staged readings of letters written by Sackville sailors during the Age of Sail. This event is held at the C...

Tuesdays Under the Sky

..., or bring your own items to share. This event is held at the Campbell Carriage Factory Museum, 19 Church Street. All Under the Sky evenings are pay what you can and will be held regardless of the w...

Live Bait Christmas Dinner Theatre

...tmas Scene Investigation" by Charlie Rhindress will be performed at the Sackville Lions Club for six nights only, December 6-7 and 12-15, 2012. A spoof of the popular CSI television series, the show ...

North Lakes Performs at the Legion

Charlottetown's North Lakes will celebrate the release of their new album Grand Aprix, on Satuday, May 12th at the Royal Canadian Legion, 15 Lorne Street. Yellowteeth and...

Dinner With The Captains: An 1890 Meal Recreated

...ets are $50, including a $25 charity receipt. There will be a cash bar. The evening begins at 6 p.m. and will be held at the new Maritime Conference Building, 21 Wright St (just up from Coastal inn)...

Live Bait Christmas Dinner Theatre

...tmas Scene Investigation" by Charlie Rhindress will be performed at the Sackville Lions Club for six nights only, December 6-7 and 12-15, 2012. A spoof of the popular CSI television series, the show ...

Owens Art Gallery Exhibition: Endless Set Opening Reception

...other convergence of various characters this month known as the Handmade Assembly organized by Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre. During the Assembly there will be the opening reception of...

PFLAG Meeting

...his will give us a chance to share our experiences, hear each others pain, join in each others victories and joy, to listen and to love. The Amherst/Sackville chapter of PFLAG Canada normally meets e...

United Way Day of Caring: TFRC Program

...Sackville Community Garden, Charles Street. Tantramar Family Resource Centre scheduled events: games, planting, crafts, reading tent will commence at 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm. BBQ from 4:30 - 6:00 pm For additional information contact TFRC at 939-8372. This is a FREE program. All are welcome!

Heritage Trust AGM

...migration and impact of those hardy settlers from Yorkshire who were "seeking a new life" in Nova Scotia. In addition, we will also be honouring our second annual volunteers of the year - Dr Eugene a...

TFRC Program - Sackville Sprouts

...Sackville Community Garden, Charles Street on Tuesday mornings, from June 26th - August 28th, 9:30 am - 11:30 am. Pre-registration is required; to register contact 939-8372. This is a FREE Program. All are welcome!

TFRC Program - Sackville Sprouts

...Sackville Community Garden, Charles Street on Tuesday mornings, from June 26th - August 28th, 9:30 am - 11:30 am. Pre-registration is required; to register contact 939-8372. This is a FREE Program. All are welcome!

Sackville Art Association Art Lessons

...Pencil refresher class with Sharon Hicks November 7: Learning to paint a waterfall in watercolour with Margaret Wiles November 14: Completing the waterfall with Margaret Wiles: November 21: Painting...

TFRC Program - Sackville Sprouts

...Sackville Community Garden, Charles Street on Tuesday mornings, from June 26th - August 28th, 9:30 am - 11:30 am. Pre-registration is required; to register contact 939-8372. This is a FREE Program. All are welcome!

Sackville 250 Street Party

...pm - Atlantic Cirque Roaming Character 7:30pm - Birthday cake at the Bandstand 8:30pm - 8:40pm - Atlantic Cirque Act 9:00pm - 9:05pm - Atlantic Cirque Act CKDH Cruiser will be onsite Rain Venue: ...

Robert (Bob) Avon Edgett

...ing boxing, boys into men of character, and creation of better international relations that have brought attention to the Bob Edgett Boys Club. The powerfully built Centre Village native who grew up i...

Residential Household Hazardous Waste & Computer Recycling Day

...monitors, printers, computer hard drives and laptop computers The following will NOT be accepted as Electronic waste: Televisions, microwaves, any type of appliance (toasters, kettles, grills, fryers, etc.). These items can be put out to be picked up as part of the Fall Clean-up.

Sackville Art Association Art Lessons

...Pencil refresher class with Sharon Hicks November 7: Learning to paint a waterfall in watercolour with Margaret Wiles November 14: Completing the waterfall with Margaret Wiles: November 21: Painting...

ArtsLink NB Presents: A Provincial Tour

...Centre Fredericton, April 5, Charlotte St. Arts Centre Edmundston, April 10, Galerie la Violette Miramichi, April 12, Douglastown Recreation Centre Bathurst, April 16, Bay Breeze Gallery The events w...

Broadway The 13th at Live Bait

...(including all taxes and surcharges). Tickets can be purchased by contacting Live Bait at 506 536 2248 or at info@livebaitthea...

Homemade Happy Hour

...ents or start something new, share your expertise or learn some new tricks of the trade... Everyone is welcome! Owens Art Gallery: 61 York Street, Sackville, NB

SappyFest 2012

...Maize, Jon Claytor, Leanne Zacharius, and Cat Pontoon. Also, expect elocutionary happenings from Ian Roy, Misha Bower, Eric Hill, Vish Khanna, Sean Michaels, Adam O'Reilly, Mitchell Wiebe, and more. ...

PFLAG Meeting

...uests for this meeting, Josie Harding and Alisha LeBouthillie, come with a wealth of knowledge of trans-issues. The Amherst/Sackville chapter of PFLAG Canada normally meets every month on the fourth ...

Hike with Tantramar Outdoor Club

...k near gates to Water Reservoir) at 1:30 pm, departing 1:35 pm. We will walk the Crooked Tree Trail loop (2.3Km). Bring a snack for yourself or to share. All welcome. for additional information contact Susan Kastuk-Ridlington at 536-3345.

Sackville Early Music Festival

...rchestra Conductor Monique Richard, at the Baptist Church, 20 Main Street, 3:00 pm. For full details on artists, venues, times and ticket availability, please visit the Festival website above. All are welcome!

1947–1949 Midgic Tug of War Team

...gar Hicks, Hedley Estabrooks, Harold Sears, Ken Noiles, Russell Noiles, Raymond Atkinson, Frank Lee, Basil Hicks (Front L to R) Clarence Wheaton, Stanley Anderson, Russell George (Coach), Edsel Stokes, Merville Estabrooks

WordSpring 2012: Book Launches at the Vogue

...ok launches by David Adams Richards, Gerard Beirne, KV Johanson, Margaret Eaton, Laurie Glenn Norris, and Susan White. Muic will be supplied by Janet Crawford, Drew Moore and Pipher.

Dinner & Benefit Habitat for Humanity Project

..., $400 for a table of 8 ($25 charitable tax receipt). The benefit supports Habitat for Humanity build in Sackville. The house is being built by TRHS shop students with help from local professionals ...

NB Youth Choir in Concert

..., Robert Filion from Ottawa. Share the enthusiasm of these young choristers and plan to join us on Sunday, May 6 at 2:00 for the NBYC concert at Brunton Auditorium, Marjorie Young Bell Conservatory, 1...

MTA Faculty Recital - POSTPONED

...David Rogosin, piano, Jeff Richard, bass, and Scott Cuzner, drums with special guests: Janet Crawford, voice, James Kalyn, saxophone, Dylan Maddix, trumpet, Jamie Mark, saxophone and W. Lorne Altman, ...

PFLAG Canada Meeting

...ooses, each facilitator will share her story with the group. This will be followed by questions and discussion. The Amherst/Sackville chapter of PFLAG Canada normally meets every month on the fourth ...

Sackville Music Hall Fundraising Concert

...Shotgun Jimmie and Nathan Richards. The two indie rock artists are donating their time and talent to present a special show for the Music Hall. Cost is $10.00 and all proceeds will go towards restoration of the space. For more information, call 346-1088. Seating is limited. All are welcome.

Guerrilla Style Crash Course in Experimental Film Animation

...ts in the right proportions" Sharpies, nail polish, tea, bleach, toilet cleaner, vegetable juices, pins, etc. Come and animate by hand in a group (run your film through a sewing machine if you want) ...

Guerrilla Style Crash Course in Experimental Film Animation

...ts in the right proportions" Sharpies, nail polish, tea, bleach, toilet cleaner, vegetable juices, pins, etc. Come and animate by hand in a group (run your film through a sewing machine if you want) ...

Sackville Music Hall Open House

...Ferreira & others. Donations welcome for Hall restoration. For more information, call 364-1088. All are welcome to attend. At 8:00pm, Nathan Richards and Shotgun Jimmie - $10.00

Summer at Owens Art Gallery

...enneth Lochhead and Lawren P. Harris. It will be held until August 24th, 2008 at the Owens Art Gallery, 61 York Street. All are welcome. For more information, contact Owens Art Gallery at 364-2574.

Canada Day Celebrations

...ill be performing. Costumed characters, BBQs and other vendors will also be on hand to create a festival atmosphere downtown. Rain location: Tantramar Veterans Memorial Civic Centre. All are invited to attend! At 8:00 pm, Uh!Oh! Canada at Live Bait Theatre, 87 Main Street.

Owens Art Galley Honours Robert V. Barritt

..., all made available free of charge. The Gallery's membership of Friends of the Owens are now building on Mr. Barritt's generosity, by directing all fundraising efforts towards building an Endowment ...

Sackville Community Garden "The Changing of the Garden"

...t the community garden site (Charles St), and after a short ceremony, refreshments will be served, and there will be a chance to sign up for a summer garden plot. For additional information j&#x...

Guerrilla Style Crash Course in Experimental Film Animation

...ts in the right proportions" Sharpies, nail polish, tea, bleach, toilet cleaner, vegetable juices, pins, etc. Come and animate by hand in a group (run your film through a sewing machine if you want) ...

Sculpture Sackville 2008

...e, cherry and willow saplings harvested from within the Waterfowl Park and nearby woodlots, as seen in Bob Verschueren’s abstract piece, Installation XIV/08; Roy Staab’s delicate woven sap...

MTA Performing Arts Series "Cadence"

...udiences with their trademark harmonies, rhythms and vocally-rendered percussion. Don't miss this high-energy performance, guaranteed to leave you exhilarated. For additional information / tickets c...

MTA Performing Arts Series

...Our guest artists include Richard Boulanger, Isabelle Forunier and Emmanuelle Bouffard from the Universite de Moncton, as well as Sackville's own Wesley Ferreira. Written in a World War II concentra...

MTA Public Seminar

...4:00 pm at the Wu Centre to share the experiences of travelling to Japan and attending an international conference. The title of the seminar is Going the farthest possible distance to learn and to e...

Soil & Farming Workshop

...the Community Garden site on Charles Street (past the railway tracks), rain or shine. For additional information contact Jesse at jcmcnichol@gmail.com or 536-3059. All are welcome!

Composting Workshop

...d at the Community Garden on Charles Street (past the railway tracks), rain or shine. Admission is free, but donations to the garden are welcomed. For additional information contact Jesse at j&...

Perenial Design Workshop

...the community garden site on Charles Street (past the railway tracks) rain or shine. For more information contact Jesse at jcmcnichol@g.mail.com or 536-3059. All are welcome!

Sea Side Sackville Tour

...#8217;s shipyards and public wharves, now mostly buried by Tantramar mud. This tour will show you the sites...and resurrect the shipping history on which Sackville was founded. Wear long pants and wal...

Performance - Louisburg Choir

...Choir, directed by Monique Richard; Michel Cardin, lute; Gayle h. Martin, organ. Sacred Music and Madrigals from Italy, Spain, England and France. The performance is being held at the Sackville Unite...

Live in Concert - The Bayou Boys

...s are available at Pugsley's Pharmacy, Amherst, Tidewater Books & Ducky's Lounge, Sackville, Scotty's Inconvenience & The Rite Stop, Dorchester. Doors open at 8pm - Show starts at 9pm. Ticke...

20th "Toys for Tots Motorcycle Run

...ge, Sackville; and Pugsley's Pharmacy, Amherst. For updates, check our website www.toyrun.ca. This is a RAIN or SHINE event! Please come out and help us make the best possible Christmas for very dese...

Battle of the Bands

...plays together - There is no charge for Bands to enter but we are looking for approximately 10 bands to play 3 songs each - any style - rock, pop, rap, country, Indie, whatever - the only rule - no pr...

Matt Minglewood Concert

...ucky's, Sackville; Pugsley's Pharmacy, Amherst. For updates, check our website www.toyrun.ca This is a RAIN or SHINE event! Please come out and help us make the best possible Christmas for very deser...

Creating Collaborative Communities in SE New Brunswick

...ps from around the region to share experiences and best practices at Mount Allison University, June 2 & 3. During this event, participants will have the opportunity to network and discuss issues ...

The Stampeders in Concert

...s Music, Moncton - Pugsley's Pharmacy, Amherst - Tidewater Books, Ducky's Lounge, Sackville - Scotty's Inconvenience, The Rite Stop, Dorchester. (Tickets: adults $35 (19+), Students $12). Including s...

WET-ED: Peer Training Day

...more information email Ramsey Hart at typha@nb.sympatico.ca.

Remembrance & Action on Violence Against Women

... Speakers include: Odette Richard, NB Advisory Council on the Status of Women, Marilyn Lerch and Linda Rae Dornan. Candle-light walk and reception to follow at Cranewood. All are welcome!

Music Barn - Bluegrass Weekend Campout

...x79;bay@eastlink.ca. Friday, August 1 6:00 - 6:45pm: OPen Mic 7:00 - 7:45pm: Rustic Harmony 8:00 - 8:45pm: Mountain Rush

Benefit Dance for the Scoggins' Family

...There will be a $10.00 cover charge. All monies will be donated to the Scoggins' Family to help re-build their lives. Everyone welcome!

Festival By The Marsh Fundraiser

Come out and support one of the hardest working festivals in the region.

Carriage Factory "Barn Raising"

...ty is being designed by TimberHart Woodworkers, the leading timber framers in the Maritimes. Heritage materials are being utilized that bear the marks of their being hand-hewn and carefully joined tog...

Harvest Supper Hip of Beef at Keillor House

...son. Takeout meals available Join the folks at the Keillor House Museum for their fall event. The Hip of Beef dinner will leave you tummy happy and you can travel into Sackville for the events around...

Artists Exhibition

...hn Murchie and Donna Rawlins Sharpe. The two printmakers included in this show are Dan Steeves and Erik Edson. Thaddeus Holownia's photographs are striking examples of our local landscape and landma...

Cultural Capitals Presents: Chantal Kreviazuk in Concert

...to be much more rhythmic and charging. While other artists tend to mellow as their career progresses, Chantal found that she was crafting her most driving work with Ghost Stories. Join Chantal along w...

Sea Side Sackville Tour

...#8217;s shipyards and public wharves, now mostly buried by Tantramar mud. This tour will show you the sites...and resurrect the shipping history on which Sackville was founded. Wear long pants and wal...

OK.Quoi?! Contemporary Arts Festival

...en Lorne Street After working hard for the week the kids debut their new songs for the crowd. EVENING Sackville's Ears -- Sackville Music Hall Professional musicians from Motion Ensemble and Sackvill...

Black Umfolosi Concert

...d modern. African rhythms and harmonies sit side by side with more gosple influenced sounds. Similarly with the dancing, tribal dance sits alongside the newer tradition of gumboot dancing. Venue: Brun...

Syl Johnson Band Concert

...s a rare chance to see a real Hard Soul legend. Friday, July 11, 9:00 PM at George's Roadhouse, 67 Lorne Street, Sackviile. Tickets $15. Tickets are available at Tidewater Books (364-2179) or 1-866-89...

Artists Exhibition "Some of Our Own"

...hn Murchie and Donna Rawlins Sharpe. The two printmakers included in this show are Dan Steeves and Erik Edson. Thaddeus Holownia's photographs are striking examples of our local landscape and landma...

Sackville Fall Fair

...theme Celebrate Our Cultural Harvest is due in part to Sackville being named a Cultural Capital of Canada. Opening Ceremonies will be held Friday, September 19 at 6 pm, followed by a Street Dance fo...

Honeysuckle Rose-Alex Madsen & Friends

...'s Music, Moncton, Pugsley's Pharmacy, Amherst and Tidewater Books, Sackville. For additional information, please contact Mike at 536-7006.

Tantramar Seniors College Registration

...art: a multimedia discussion, Hart Swedersky Digital photography, Macx MacNichol Vegetarian Cooking, Michael Capper Digging into the past-Tantramar History, guest speakers Music that's out of the Galaxy, Janet Hammock Bridge for beginners, Anne Posch & Jon Shute

TRHS Titan Women's Hockey

The Tantramar Regional High School Titan Women's Hockey vs Harrison Trimble Trojans, Tuesday, January 27th, 6:45 pm at the Tantramar Veterans Memorial Civic Centre, 182 Main Street.

Parent Support Program- Rock'N'Talk

...an 8 week program for children less than one year of age and parents. Mondays, 1-3 pm, starting December 22 at the Sackville United Church. Free of charge. To register contact: Maria DesRoches, 389-2229.

VON Prenatal Course

...week prenatal course free of charge for parents of all ages. To register please contact: Maria DesRosches, 389-2229. The first class starts Thursday, December 18th 6:30pm-8:30pm in the Sackville Hospital Board Room. After Christmas, classes will resume on January 8th, 2009.

The Divorcees

...at old-school, double-fisted, hardcore honky tonk country is alive and kicking. Opening the show is Alberta-based cowboy singer & songwriter Tim Hus. Following his acclaimed CD Huskies & Husq...

Christmas In Our Town

...ks & Friends at Sackville Harness Shop (7:30 - 10:00 pm) * Members Show & Sale and entertainment at Struts Gallery at 7:00 pm Please check our calender for other events happening on Friday evening.

Family Sunday at the Owens

...hat use the Superstar Shadow characters seen on military ships. Think about how colours are named as you discover Garry Krnnrdy's use of house paints with names like Marsh Rose, Marsh Mist and Marsh ...

The Sweetest Little Thing

...a visually tasty delight to share with your loved ones. Play one of the other fun games and win low maintenance furry prizes. Have your picture taken in the photobooth, and then join us for a late ni...

Tantramar Heritage Trust: Heritage Day

...n and Now by Kip Jackson and Charlie Scobie and The White Fence: Compendium II, edited by Peter Hicklin. The Minister for the Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture has declared the theme of Her...

GSCC 2009 AGM

...99;c@eastlink.ca or phone 364-8911 or at the GSCC office, unit 8, 87 Main Street, or Richard Tower at RBC (by noon Friday, April 3rd). Cost at the door $30.00; space may be limited.

Midday Concerts in March

...lison Music students will be sharing their music - pianist, Megan Matthews & Angelina Davies playing the handbells . The concert begins at 12:15 pm at St. Andrew's, 36 Bridge Street. Tea and coffee are available downstairs following the concert. You are welcome to bring your lunch.

Midday Concerts in March

...lison Music students will be sharing their music - soparanos Sarah McKim and Hilary Ready. The concert begins at 12:15 pm at St. Andrew's, 36 Bridge Street. Tea and coffee are available downstairs following the concert. You are welcome to bring your lunch.

Mother's Day Dance

...n be purchased at Jean Coutu Pharmacy, 93 Main Street. For additional information contact Liz Steeves at 536-0230 or liz.steeves@jeancoutu.com.

Sewing Bee

...r with other crafty-types to share ideas and get some work done. The Bee is free for Struts members, $10 for non-members. All are welcome to participate. For additional information call 506-536-121...

Performances at Windsor Theatre

...ir own stories. The Lover by Harold Pinter, directed by Caroline Samp. Take one couple desparate to spice up their relationship. Maybe add in a milkman. This contemporary classic presents an old s...

Performances at Windsor Theatre

...ir own stories. The Lover by Harold Pinter, directed by Caroline Samp. Take one couple desparate to spice up their relationship. Maybe add in a milkman. This contemporary classic presents an old s...

TRHS Titan Boys Hockey

The Tantramar Regional High School Titan Boys Hockey vs Harrison Trimble, 9:00 pm at the Tantramar Veterans Memorial Civic Centre, 182 Main Street.

Windsor Theatre Presents Michael Frayn's Noises Off

...ayhem. Doors open and close, characters just missdiscovering each other, romance turns into heartbreak which becomes raging jealousy,and everyone hopes for a happy ending. All are welcome!

The Music Barn

Sunday, September 21st, The Music Barn (18 Station Road) presents Rustic Harmony and Special Guests, Country and Bluegrass, from 2:00-4:00 pm. Admission $10.00 For further information please contact Brian Doncaster at 902-694-3353. Doors will open 1 hour prior to event. All are welcome!

Book Launch - Wild Plants of Eastern Canada

...Eastern Canada: Identifying, Harvesting and Using. The book, written by Anthropology professor Marilyn Walker of Mount Allison University, is a guide to the plants of this region and their many uses...

Atlantic CanadaOpen Highland Dancing Championships

Atlantic Canada Open Highland Dancing Championships, Friday, October 11, 9:00 am, Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street. For additional information contact Sharon MacIntyre at 506-536-1832.

Music Night

...nds in the Rough - Sackville Charlie & Janine Shea - Moncton Allan Balser - Sackville Gordie Steeves - Moncotn Back-up band: Sidney Cole - steel guitar, Tom Johnson - bass, Del Wheaton - fiddle...

Sackville Legion Christmas Craft Sale

Sackville Legion Christmas Craft & Bake Sale, Sunday, December 7th from 12:00 noon until 3:00 pm at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 26, 15 Lorne Street. For rental tables call Geneva at 536-2941 or Sharon at 536-3295.

MTA - Faculty & Guest Recital

...avid Rogosin and Barbara Pritchard, piano duo. Messiaen's Visions de l'Amen and Ian Crutchley's Rags and Bone. Venue: Brunton Auditoriun, MYB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street. All are welcome...

Sackville Legion Christmas Craft Sale

Sackville Legion Christmas Craft Sale, Sunday, November 2, from 12:00 noon - 3:00 pm, at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 26 Sackville, 15 Lorne Street. For table rentals call Geneva at 536-2941 or Sharon at 536-3295. All are welcome!

Jason Collett at George's Roadhouse

Jason Collett with Rebekah Higgs and Share, performing at George's Roadhouse, Friday, September 26, 10:00 pm. Advanced tickets can be purchased at Ducky's and Rob Lyon Graphics for $10.00 - $12.00 at the door.

Workshop - Bodylingo of the Mask

...the world of the neutral and character mask. Participants will develop an understanding of how their body can be an important tool in communication, exploration and creativity through the use of vari...

MTA Guest Recital

...oprano, winner of the 2008 Eckhardt-Gramatte National Music Competition, with Yauhenia Yesmanovich, piano. Works by Poulenc, Kurtag, and Vivier. Venue: Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of Music,...

Poetry Reading by Marcie R. Rendon

...pm, Mount allison University, Hart Hall, Room 101, Poetry Reading by Marcie R. Rendon. Marcie Rendon is an enrolled member of the White Earth Anishinable nation who describes herself as a mother, gra...

The Long Journey Home

...rry Danielson, starring Nick Pharaoh. Performances Tuesday, November 11th and Thursday, November 13th, 7:00 pm at Live Bait Theatre, 87 Main Street. Tickets $10 and can be purchased at Live Bait, T...

The Long Journey Home

...rry Danielson, starring Nick Pharaoh. Performances Tuesday, November 11th and Thursday, November 13th, 7:00 pm at Live Bait Theatre, 87 Main Street. Tickets $10 and can be purchased from Live Bait,...

Music Night

...ing: Sugar Hill from Amherst, Harry Haynes, Allan Balser, Janet Crawford & Terry Humes, Gordie Steves from Moncton, and Kellie Mattatall and Guest Back-up Band: Sydney Cole - steel guitar, Tom Jo...

White Salt Mountain - John Thompson

...reet Cafe: Cafe readings with Harry Thurston, Anita Lahey and Peter Sanger. Music by Grand Sass Parilla 5:00 pm - Owens Art Gallery: A tribute to John Thompson: talk by Peter Sanger 8:00 pm - Struts ...

Christmas Tea

The annual Christmas Tea and Sale at St. Vincents Church Hall, 63 Charlotte Street, Sunday, November 23rd, from 4 - 6 pm. All are welcome! Sponsored by the CWL.

Dianne Buckner: The Art of the Pitch

...tertaining presentation, she shares what she’s observed about those who are successful, and those who aren’t. Featuring video excerpts from her television programs, participants will come ...

Meditation on the Buddha's Path

...ddha's Path, presented by Moh Hardin and his wife Cynde Grieve: Friday, October 24th, 7:30 - 9:00 pm, FREE Public Talk and Introduction to Mediatation. Saturday, October 25th, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Ego...

Sackville Cultural Capitals 08 Project

...d a host of local musicians. This CD features the talents of Ray Legere, Del Wheaton and Friends, Janet Crawford, Cold Snap, Kellen Barrett, Drumba, Sharoni Mitra, and many more.

The Fiddling Landry's at Music Barn

...ddling, step dancing, vocals, harmonica playing and Allison's yodeling. Ticket price $12.00 each. Doors open one-hour prior to start. For additional information call 902-667-8624 days or 536-3031 evenings. All are welcome to attend!

Fall Fair Craft & Artisan Market

..., September 21 noon - 8:00pm, Saturday, September 22, 9:30 am - 6:00 pm, and Sunday, September 23, 10:00 am - 5:00pm. This event is brought to you by Harbourside Promotions

Fall Fair Craft & Artisan Market

...ay, September 21, noon - 8:00pm, Saturday, September 22, 9:30 am - 6:00 pm, Sunday, September 23, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. This event is brought to you by Harbourside Promotions.

Fall Fair Craft & Artisan Market

...ay, September 21, noon - 8:00pm, Saturday, September 22, 9:30 am - 6:00 pm, Sunday, September 23, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. This event is brought to you by Harbourside Promotions.

Sackville Open Garden Series

...ons will be accepted for the charity of the gardeners choice. August 19, location: Ed Lumgair, 141 Mount View Road, Sackville. Garden open for viewing between 1 - 4 pm, rain or shine. All are welcome! For directions contact the Sackville Welcome Centre, 34 Mallard Drive, Tel: 364-4967.

Sackville Open Garden Series

...ons will be accepted for the charity of the gardeners choice. August 5, location: Joanne Koot, 2860 Route 935, Dorchester Cape. Gardens open for viewing between 1-4 pm, rain or shine. All are welcome! For directions contact the Sackville Welcome Centre, 34 Mallard Drive, Tel: 364-4967.

The Anthony Gomes Band at George's Roadhouse

...hen, Anthony has been working hard on the live music circuit where he has been in great demand, while simultaneously traveling on a journey of self-discovery that has taken him through gospel, rock an...

Harness Catalog

This is a page. It's really simple, but it has a nice horse in the masthead.

Live Bait Dinner Theatre

...ew musical dinner theatre by Charlie Rhindress. Betty Estabrooks and her friends and family are getting together to create a tribute to their favourite singer, Anne Murray. Featuring songs made famous...

Early Music Festival September 27-30

...r the direction of Monique Richard, in an all-Handel concert. Performances for the whole family and much more. Tickets on sale at the Sackville Tourism Information Centre, 34 Mallard Drive, Tel: 364-...

Sackville Open Garden Series

...ons will be accepted for the charity of the gardeners choice. August 10, location: Community Garden, 165 Main Street (Drew Nursing Home). Gardens open for viewing between 1-4 pm, rain or shine. All...

Special Town Council Meeting

...) By-Law No. 181 AD - Dawn Richards and Wendy Alder - 146 Bridge Street, first and second reading b) Contract - 2008 Cultural Capitals Program 5. Question Period 6. Adjourn

Early Music Festival - Alexander Weimann

Early Music Festival performance by Alexander Weimann in a recital of music by harpsicord at the Middle Sackville Baptist Church, 8:00 pm, ticket/pass. For additional information visit www.inter-arts.ca. All are welcome!

Early Music Festival Concert

...Choir conducted by Monique Richard, at the Sackville United Chuch, 3:00 pm, ticket/pass. All are welcome to attend. For additional information visit www.inter-arts.ca

Live Bait - Best of Broadway

...the same songs and a few new characters introducing the musical numbers. For additional information or tickets call 506-536-2248.

Sackville Fall Fair

Celebrating our heritage, culture and community; there is something for everyone this Fall Fair....A Harvest of Fun! Fall Fair Events (114 KB PDF)

Household Hazardous Waste Day

...garage, 101 Crescent Street, Sackville Industrial Park. The following will be accepted for computer recycling: computer monitors, printers, computer hard drives and laptop computers. For additional information contact 364-4960.

The Stampeders

...er Rite Stop & Pugsley's Pharmacy. Cabaret/beer garden syle with dance area. For additional information contact Mike 506-379-6243.

10th Annual Sackville Triathlon

...with the swim at Silver Lake, the bike rolling out to Midgic and back, and the run heading towards town and joining the Trans Canada Trail at Donald Harper Road, There will be an event for all ages. Spectators are welcome!

The Grady Champion Band at George's Roadhouse

...of bluesmen who sings, plays harmonica and guitar, and writes powerfully about social issues ranging from racial profiling to youth violence. Come prepared for a hot, sweaty night of dancing even if ...

Attractions culturelles

...ette randonnée d'environ une heure et demie vous fera découvrir quelques-uns des secrets les mieux gardés de Sackville. Téléchargez-en un exemplaire dès maintenant. Sackville Arts Walk brochure (340.7 KB PDF)

Public Discussion & Meeting

...bout what they are doing and share with them any of your priorities or concerns about public safety and criminality in our Community. All are invited to attend!

Fall Fest at Fort Beausejour

...d wagon rides, free apples, hot cider and baked goodies. There will also be a scavenger hunt, prizes, activity for children with autumn themes and a harvest display. All are invited to attend. For additional information contact 506-364-5080.

Al Smith

...e are maintaining the unique character of the town. "All these things are really important to me and if I can contribute in some small way through the volunteer work I do then I'm happy about that," Smith concluded.

Lecture By Author David Levy

...he Cosmos on Tuesday, January 15, at 7:30 pm in Convocation Hall, Mount Allison University. Everyone is invited to attend and there is no admission charge. A public reception will follow the talk.

Venez nous voir

...ristique Téléchargez le Guide du visiteur 2014 (27 M) PDF) Dossier d'information des visiteurs Contactez-nous si vous désirez recevoir un dossier touristique de Sackville.

Health & Care

...g distance of downtown. The Charlotte Street Senior Care home and several seniors housing units complement the community’s senior care resources. Safety Services Sackville bears the distincti...

Excursions d'une journée

...mat PDF à télécharger. Lieu historique national du fort Beauséjour Parks Canada Sortie 513A. Route 2, suivez les panneaux bruns. Tél. 364-5080 • Ouver : 1er juin au 1...

Tips for Mount Allison Students

...6am) Fine is $50 plus towing charge if towed. Parking for more than one or two hours. Fine is $50 Parking in a no parking zone. Fine is $50 Bicyclists and skateboards Bicyclists must wear a helme...

Douglas Lochhead

...Victorian literary giant Sir Charles G.D. Roberts to contemporary figures such as John Thompson, Michael Thorpe, Liliane Welch and, of course, Douglas Lochhead himself. Indeed, the town recently earne...

Peter Manchester

...sticks and other gear and is hard at work creating the art and the written mythology to help tell the story of hockey as seen through his creative mind's eye. Manchester will be approaching his publ...

Business Advantages

...ax, Saint John, Moncton, and Charlottetown. The Trans-Canada also provides a direct link to U.S. I-95 and the American Northeast. Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island is a 45-minute drive from Sackville, with a 10 minute drive across the Strait.

Talk by Dr. Colin Laroque on Tree Ring Analysis

...logy. There is no admission charge, and all are welcome. For more details please contact the Tantramar Heritage Trust at 536-2541 or contact them through their website.

Natural Attractions

...It ends at a working fishing wharf on the Gaspereau River in Port Elgin. Moose, deer, fox and other woodland creatures can be observed from the trail route, as well as colourful wildflowers and a var...

Tantramar Heritage Trust

...ed into a strong non-profit, charitable organization devoted to heritage preservation and awareness." Except for an occasional part time book-keeper and summer students, the organization operates ent...

Indu Varma

...earn through interaction and sharing using the technologies such as the world wide web, and by building web pages themselves. Blue Print Earth, for example, emphasizes the need to clean up the Earth. ...

Allison Mitcham

...up writing, Allison Mitcham shares her passion for writing with her family. Her husband, Peter, and her daughter Naomi have both contributed illustrations for Allison's books. Her son is a historical...

Cape Jourimain

...uary is usually restricted to hardy hikers and dogged birders. But with the Cape Jourimain Nature Centre on the horizon of that wind-swept coast, the development zone, at least, is bustling. One perc...

Blackie &The Rodeo Kings

...southern soul, roots rock and hard country ballads. Tickets $20 in advance, $23 at the door (only 136 seats). For additional information call Live Bait at 536-2248.

Special Council Meeting

...) By-Law No. 181-AD - Dawn Richards and Wendy Alder - 146 Bridge Street-Third Reading and Resolution; b) UMNB Conference Attendees; c) Donation - Relay for Life; d) Agreement - Mount Allison University - Land for Midway; e) Donation - Enterprise South East 5) Question Period 6) Adjourn

Community Literacy Festival - Workshop

...d into Laos and used as a teaching tool. Admission is free (space limited). Those interested in participating in the workshop are asked to RSVP to Charlotte Gleave-Riemann at

For event planners - 2014 Event Schedule and Tourism Program Discussion

...ht refreshments. There is no charge. For more details contact r.kellyspurles@sackville.com or phone 364-4938. Pre-registration is advised, but not mandatory.

March Break Youth Activities

...rades 5 - 8). Instruction by Charlotte Staples. Pre-register by calling Deanna at 364-4958 by February 28. Held in Jean Coutu Room, Civic Centre, cost $5.00. Below is a full day of activites. You ...

Chignecto Naturalists' Club

...Public Library. Dr. John W. Chardine, Research Scientist, Marine Ecosystems, Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada, will lecture of penguins, drawing on his extensive visits to the South Polar Region. All are welcome!

CUSO Information Session

...ers Kathleen Cooper and Peter Hardie will be on hand to discuss possible opportunities. For additional information call 1-800-676-8411 or 902-892-2610.

CBC Radio's Fuse Featuring Julie Doiron & The Superfantastics

...audience? Sparks fly as they harmonize on each others' hits, contemporize cover tunes and maybe even ignite something brand new. Join FUSE as Julie Doiron and The Superfantastics unite to form a liv...

Lecture by Murray J. Elston on Necular Energy

...Key to Our Energy Future? The lecture will begin at 7:00 pm in the Wu Centre, Sir James Dunn Building. Everyone is invited to attend. No admission charge.

MTA Faculty & Guest Recital

...iolin, Gayle h. Martin, organ/harpsichord. University Chapel, York Street, 4:00 pm. Tickets: Subscription / Adults $10, Students & Seniors $5, Family $25. All are welcome!

March Break Youth Activities

...(grade 5-8). Instruction by Charlotte Staples. The event will be held in the Jean Coutu Room, Civic Centre, Pre-register by calling 364-4958 by February 28. Cost $5.00. 9:00am - 10:00am Open Gym ...

PFLAG Meeting

...ing is Melody Petlock, Sexual Harassment Advisor at Mount Allison University. For additional information please email sacknb-amns@pfla...

Open Discussion Canada in Afghanistan

...stan, hosted by psychologist Charles Emmrys. We will take a careful look at what we are creating in Afghanistan, what Afghanistan's civilians are living through as a result of our military activities...

Country Music Superstar Chris Cummings

...Purdy at Sandpiper Productions 506-379-6243. Tickets can be purchased at Franks Music, Moncton, Tidewater Books & Ducky's, Sackville, Pugsley's Pharmacy, Amherst and Scotty's Inconvenience, Dorchester.

Sackville Snow Drifters Pot Luck Supper

...A short meeting will follow supper, then entertainment by Country Music Recording Artist Ivan Daigle. For more information call Anna at 536-0109 or Sharon at 536-0591. Members and guests are welcome!

Mother's Day Dance

...ple, available at Jean Coutu Pharmacy;tickets can be purchased for $40.00 at the door, if available. Music is provided by Graffiti Four. All proceeds are going to support the Tantramar Breast Cancer Support Group. All are welcome!

Benefit for Brandon Delaney

...r more information please contact David Trainor at 536-0591 or other committe members: Barb Wheaton, Laurie Ann Crosthwaite, Kim Estabrooks, Steve Richardson, Percy Atkinson, Stuart McFee, Angie Parsons, Pam Stokes Rebecca Cant or Paul Carpenter.

The Yellow Dory Trio

The Yellow Dory Trio in recital, Sunday, March 16th, 4:00 pm, at the University Chapel. Hilary Brown, cello, Celeste Jankowski, violin, Gayle h. Martin, organ/harpsichord. Tickets: adults $10, students $5. All are welcome!

Arena Cross

...Civic Centre, 182 Main Street. Doors open at 6:00 pm. Adults $20, children (5-12) $15, children under 5 free. For additional information contact Richard Strang at 506-533-6407. All are welcome!

A Sappy Records CD Release Party - Snailhouse

A Sappy Records CD Release Party - A Tribute to "Snailhouse" on Tuesday April 1, 2008 at Struts Gallery at 8:00 pm Tickets $7.00 Share Remi Cormier of Peter Parkers + Colonial Quarrels

Dance at Live Bait Theatre

...Landry, guitars and vocals, Charlie Marks, drums and vocals, Larry Lemieux, keyboard and vocals, and Colin Welner, bass. The dance will feature primarily 50's and 60's rock music, but Bordertown pla...

Afternoon Tea and Concert

Mount Allison's chartiable music society, Music as a Cure will be presenting an afternoon tea and concert at St. Paul's Anglican Church, Saturday, January 26, 3:30 pm. Performing will be...

Shrek the Third

Jean Coutu and the Vogue Theatre presents Shrek the Third, Sunday, November 4, 2 pm. Free admission. Donations at the door to help Devon Richards with Medical expenses. Doors open at 1:15pm. All are welcome!

Lions Spooktacular Breakfast

Sackville Lions Club Spooktacular breakfast, Sackville Lions Den, 10 Dufferin Street, Saturday, October 20, 7:30 - 10:30 am. Menu: homemade beans, eggs, sausage, bacon, toast, juice, tea & coffee Cost: $6.00, children 6 years and under free Proceeds to Devon Richards

Christmas Tea & Sale

St. Vincent's C.W.L. Christmas Tea and Sale, Sunday, November 25 from 4 - 6 pm at the St. Vincents Church Hall, 63 Charlotte Street. Adults $5, chilsren under 12 $2.50, under 3 yeas free. All are welcome!

12th Annual Symposium of Art

...uth moderated by Dr. Jennifer Harris with the artists and other special guests; audio art programming on CHMA 106.9 FM; a book launch for the great hopeful someday by Elisabeth Belliveau and a keynote...

Workshop-Nutrition Information on packaged food

...6d;arfrc@canada.com. The workshop is open to everyone. There is no charge to attend. Sponsored by the Tantramar Family Resource Centre.

Mount Allison Univesity Guest Recital

...Jeon, piano, winner of the Eckhardt-Gramatte National Music Competition. Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street, 8:00 pm. Admission: Adults $10, students/seniors $5, Family $...

Mount Allison Guest Recital

...- Guest Recital: Barbara Pritchard, piano. Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street, 8:00 pm. Tickets: Adults $10, Students/Seniors $5, Family $25. All are welcome! For additional information contact 364-2374 or email: music@mta.ca

Live Music at the Pub

Yet more of Canada's Fastest-rising indie rock bands: Shapes and Sizes, The Bicycles and Barmitzvah Bros. at the Pub, Wednesday October 17, 10 pm. Cover charge $5/3.

Annual Spookwalk at TRHS

Annual Spookwalk at Tantramar Regional High School, Monday, October 29, 6 - 8 pm. Admission $2 with costume and $3 without costume. Special "Kids Room" set up for tots. Proceeds to go to Brian and Dawn Richards.

Dorchester Community Bazaar

Dorchester Community Bazaar, Saturday, November 17, from 2 - 4 pm, at the Dorchester School, Harrop Street. Cookies, candy, crafts, ornaments. Tea served. No admission fee. For additional information call 379-2439.

Stereophonic Music Festival

...ie Doiron, Old Man Luedecke, Share and Pat Lepoidevin. Admission $12.00. All are welcome! Additional information will be provided in the Argosy, on CBC Radio 3 and CHMA. Festival passes ($25.00) are available at The STUD, Rob Lyon Graphics, Ducky's Pub and the CHMA Offices

EOS Eco-Energy - Solar Shelter Design Course

...or to register contact Ramsey Hart at 506-538-1066 or typha@nb.sympatico.ca.

EOS Eco-Energy - Solar Shelter Design Course

...or to register contact Ramsey Hart at 506-538-1066 or typha@nb.sympatico.ca.

Garnet & Gold Presents Cinderella

...sents Cinderella, music by Richard Rogers, book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Coming January 24 - 26th to Convocation Hall, 8:00 pm. Admission: $12 adults, $10 students/seniors. Tickets are a...

Family Christmas Light Bus Tour

...the bus departs at 6:00 pm (sharp) and the bus will return at approximately 8:30 pm. Cost is $2.00 per person. Entertainment will be provided by Steve Crowe. Registration will only be accepted at ...

TRHS Presents "It's A Wonderful Christmas"

...t's A Wonderful Christmas by Charlie Rhindress, December 6 & 7 in the TRHS Theatre. Tickets: $5 adults, $2 students. Half of the proceeds go to Operation Christmas Child, set up to held children from the third world countries during the Christmas Season.

MTA Guest Concert

...infonia, artistic director Richard Hornsby, guest soloist Julien LeBlanc. Brunton Auditorium, MTB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street, 8:00 pm. Tickets: adults $10, students/seniors $5, family $2...

Edible Landscaping Workshop

...ns to Open Sky (a registered charity) will be greatly accepted at the door. Spaces are limited so please pre-register by contacting Open Sky at 536-4565 or info@openskyco-op.ca.

Perfprmers' Company Presents The Dresser

...mers' Company presents Ronald Harwood's play The Dresser, at the Live Bait Theatre, 87 Main Street, Sackville. Performances will be held March 26, 27 & 28 at 7:30 pm and matinee performances Marc...

Canada Day Multi K

...:00 noon, start time 1:00 pm sharp. Must wear red & white. Adornment with maple leaves, beavers or other Canadian symbols optional. A smile is esential. After completion there will be festivities/goodies at the bandstand. For additional information contact Graeme Stewart at 506-536-3559.

Main Street Mile

...forms available at Tantramar Pharmacy, Civic Centre, Town Hall and Dr. Stewart's office. For additional information contact Amie at 506-536-2040.

Potluck BBQ Party at the Community Garden

...Sackville Community Garden, Charles Street, Sunday, June 20th, from 5:00 - 8:00 pm. We supply the cook, you bring the food. Join the gardeners at the Sackville Commuity Garden while we mingle, cele...

Musical Presentation Journey Songs

...:30 pm at the Sackville United Church, 112 Main Street. Admission by freewill offering. Journey Songs is a family concert full of musical variety, charm and wit. All are welcome!

Fall Fest at Fort Beausejour

...dren with autumn themes and a harvest display. For additional information/schedule of events contact 506-364-5080 or www.pc.gc.ca/beausejour

Writers Fest Day

...h Beth Powning 1:00 pm - Dr. Charles Scobie reads 4:30 pm - Dining with the Writers, at Cranewood, 113 Main Street. Cost $12.00 6:00 pm - Beth Powning reads. Also Celebrating Sackville 7:00 pm - Lisa...

Festival by the Marsh-KidsFest Day 1

...presents _You're a Good Man Charlie Brown (abridged) by High Schoole Theatre Workshop 3:45 pm - SummerQuest Theatre performance (children aged 5-12) 4:39 pm - Sackville Library Pupper Show 5:00 pm - ...

Relay for Life

...et. All survirors in the Tantramar Region are invited to attend. Guest speaker is surviror Kathy LeBlanc. For additional information contact Gerry Hart or Irma Black. The Survirors' Walk will launch the Relay at 7:00 pm, October 15th.

GSCC Golf Tournament

...awn tractor from Payzant Home Hardware, and $10,000 credit from Rod Allen Company. For additional information/register contact the Chamber of Commerce at 506-364-8911 or gscc@eastlink.ca

Living is Easy Exhibition at Struts

...s. For her show, Amanda will share new works in progress, a projection and a bookwork reenacting an old dream and recent doubt. For more on Amanda Fauteux, visit www.neverbemean.com. Melanie Colosimo...

Soldier For A Day Program

...years old must be strong and hard working must make a reservation to be recruited Dates: July 10, 17, 21, 28 and August 4, 11, 18. Cost: $15 per child , lunch provided. Reserve you spot now! Cont...

Soldier For A Day Program

...years old must be strong and hard working must make a reservation to be recruited Dates: July 10, 17, 21, 28 and August 4, 11, 18. Cost: $15 per child , lunch provided. Reserve you spot now! Cont...

Soldier For A Day Program

...years old must be strong and hard working must make a reservation to be recruited Dates: July 10, 17, 21, 28 and August 4, 11, 18. Cost: $15 per child , lunch provided. Reserve you spot now! Cont...

Soldier For A Day Program

...years old must be strong and hard working must make a reservation to be recruited Dates: July 10, 17, 21, 28 and August 4, 11, 18. Cost: $15 per child , lunch provided. Reserve you spot now! Cont...

Soldier For A Day Program

...years old must be strong and hard working must make a reservation to be recruited Dates: July 10, 17, 21, 28 and August 4, 11, 18. Cost: $15 per child , lunch provided. Reserve you spot now! Cont...

Soldier For A Day Program

...years old must be strong and hard working must make a reservation to be recruited Dates: July 10, 17, 21, 28 and August 4, 11, 18. Cost: $15 per child , lunch provided. Reserve you spot now! Cont...

Festival by the Marsd

...presents _You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, July 9, 16, 17; Marsh Music Fest, July 9 - 23; Writers Fest, July 24th, Kids Fest, July 16 & 17 and Gallery Hop. For additional information/updates vis...

Soldier For A DayProgram

...years old must be strong and hard working must make a reservation to be recruited Dates: July 10, 17, 21, 28 and August 4, 11, 18. Cost: $15 per child , lunch provided. Reserve you spot now! Cont...

Festival by the Marsh

...presents _You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, Jult 9, 16, 17\; Marsh Music Fest, July 9 - 23; Writers Fest, July 24th, Kids Fest, July 16 & 17 and Gallery Hop. For additional information/updates vi...

Backyard Beekeeping

...t to the Community Garden on Charles Street, 9:00 am, beginners course in small scale apiculture with emphasis on natural management techniques, hands-on practice, and basic honey bee biology and beha...

Sackville Minor Baseball Registration

Sackville Minor Baseball Registration, Tuesday, May 4th and Thursday, May 6th, from 6:30 - 8:30 pm at the Tantramar Veterans Memorial Civic Centre, 182 Main Street. Late fees will be charged after May 13th For additional information call 536-1338.

Kate Maki with Kate Boothman at Joey's

...9:30, there will be $8 cover charge at the door, only $5 with your Rotary ticket. Joey's Pizza & Pasta will have appetizer specials on all night, so come on down for a very special evening of liv...

Tom Forrestall Exhibition at the Owens

...ists Alex Colville, Lawren P. Harris, and Ted Pulford. Since then he has become one of the leading figures associated with painting in the Maritimes, and has shown his work in solo exhibitions at gall...

Sackville Minor Baseball Registration

Sackville Minor Baseball Registration, Tuesday, May 4th and Thursday, May 6th, from 6:30 - 8:30 pm at the Tantramar Veterans Memorial Civic Centre, 182 Main Street. Late fees will be charged after May 13th For additional information call 536-1338.

Child Restraint Technician Course

...ing will be provided free of charge to interested individuals. For more information contact Amy Dail nbcarseatmama@gmail.com or phone (506)850-5567

The Lurrie Bell Band

...asters left. Son of the great harpman Carey Bell, Lurrie is now the hottest act out of Chicago, though this has been several decades in the making. He started playing when he was 14, has worked in ban...

Child Restraint Technician Course

...ing will be provided free of charge to interested individuals. For more information contact Amy Dail nbcarseatmama@gmail.com or phone (506)850-5567.

Child Restraint Technician Course

...ing will be provided free of charge to interested individuals. For more information contact Amy Dail nbcarseatmama@gmail.com or phone (506)850-5567

Tom Forrestall to give Talks at The Owens

...ists Alex Colville, Lawren P. Harris, and Ted Pulford. Since then he has become one of the leading figures associated with painting in the Maritimes, and has shown his work in solo exhibitions at gall...

TFRC Family's Day Out

...ckville Community Garden, 40 Charles Street. Partnered with Sackville Community Garden and Daybreak. Plots available for interested persons or families to help plant. Enjoy our Story tent. Make scar...

Tourism & Customer Training

...ning program offered Free of Charge to Sackville's businesses and offices that serve tourists. A full day tour with stops at Sackville's tourist attractions, fabulously fun tour hosts, customer servi...

Food Forest Gardening

...t to the Community Garden on Charles Street. Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 noon and 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. All are welcome! Website: http://forestsinternational.org/projects/food-forest-gardening/

Food Foirest Gardening

...t to the Community Garden on Charles Street. Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 noon and 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. All are welcome! Website: http://forestsinternational.org/projects/food-forest-gardening/

Handmade Study Break: Repetition

...jects, open exhibitions, and share in a common thread, the handmade. For more information on this event contact Rebecca Blankert, owens@mta.ca or by phone 364-2224.

Cello Recital

Torrance & Staples Cell Duo, featuring Margaret Torrance, cello, and Charlotte Staples, cello and piano, Sunday, June 6th, 3:00 pm at the Middle Sackville Baptist Church, 14 Church Street. All are welcome! Free admission.

Readings From New Atlantic Canadian Plays

...r Lisa Rose Snow, is free of charge but donations to PARC will be most welcome and accepted at the door. There will be a cash bar and light refreshments will be provided. For additional information c...

Musical Sound Sculpture Workshop for Children & Youth

...gh the workshops are free of charge, there is only limited space available and registration is required. Please contact Helen Pridmore, 364-1088 or hpridmor@mta.ca, to reserve a place in either workshop.

Festival by the Marsh-KidsFest Day 2

...p presents You're a Good Man Charlie Brown (abridged) For additional information/updates contact the festival website or call 1-866-890-6329, 506-364-2179 or festival@mta.ca

Sackville To Host Mike Powell USA Olympic Medalist

...re performances, and a summer harvest barbeque, will be taking place throughout the week. Athletes and teams staying at the Athletes Village at Mount Allison University represent over 140 countries. What an honour for Sackville to host these top athletes from around the world.

Christmas Light Tour

...e tour will leave at 6:00 pm sharp and return at approximately 9:00 pm, touring around Sackville and other locations (to be confirmed at a later date) to view Christmas lights. Cost: $5.00 per person...

Baked Ham Community Speakers Series

...e an informal environment to share ideas and conversation on a variety of topics. Admission is open to the public, though it is a licensed event. Baked Ham is supported by the Owens Art Gallery, Strut...

Christmas Light Tour Registration Deadline

...e tour will leave at 6:00 pm sharp and return at approximately 9:00 pm, touring around Sackville and other locations (to be confirmed at a later date) to view Christmas lights. Cost: $5.00 per person...

The Annual Canadian Studies Stanley Lecture

...of Public Institutions: The Shared Narrative of Mount Allison and Canada Post, at the Owens Art Gallery, 61 York Street, Monday, January 31st, 7:00 pm. For additional information contact cv...

Performance at Struts Gallery-William Engelen

...itself less by means of the characteristics of its sound than by a relationship, varying from work to work, between the visual, the space, and the acoustic. William Engelen has exhibited and perform...

St. Vincent's CWL Christmas Tea & Bake Sale

St. Vincent's CWL Christmas Tea & Bake Sale will be on Sunday, November 21, 2010 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm at St. Vincent's Church Hall, 63 Charlotte Street, Sackville, N.B. Admission for Adults-$6.00 each - Children Under 12-$3.00 each and Children Under 3-Free.

Town Council Discussion Group

...ct Commission - Fee Schedule Charges Mandatory Helmets - Civic Centre Discussion Group Meeting in January Lahave Renewables - Wind Energy Water Tower Logo/Signage Meeting with Ministers Other

Artist Talk - John Dickinson

...owing websites: http://www.katharinemulherin.com/dynamic/artist.asp?ArtistID=114&Count=0 http://www.personavolare.com/dickson_artwork_2007.php

15th Annual Heritage Day Celebrations

...r Parks Canada Archaeologist Charles Burke presents, A Reassessment of the History & Archaeology of Fort Gaspereaux - Fort Monckton NHS. There will be a raffle and other surprises. Afternoon act...

The North Lakes at Georges Roadhouse

Charlottetown's The North Lakes will be performing at George's Roadhouse, 67 Lorne Street, Friday, February 11th. Taking inspiration from the '60s garage-rock and a reinterpretation of the Chicago blues, The North Lakes are a group of bold youths with swaggering voices.

Canada Council Writer's Reading

Canada Council Writer's Reading, author Kristen den Hartog, Tuesday March 15th, 4:30 pm at the Owens Art Gallery, 61 York Street. All are welcome!

Talk by Jennifer Chan at the Owens

...ll discuss the role of media-sharing websites in curating one’s artistic persona. What is at stake for the profession of curation and collective consciousness when every creative individual has ...

A Handmade Assembly

...jects, open exhibitions, and share ideas about a common thread, the handmade! The Assembly will start with a roundtable discussion moderated by Sarah Quinton from the Textile Museum of Canada. Worksh...

One-Act Plays at Windsor Theatre

...Deception, satire with four characters, four stories and leaves the audience to detect deception. Friday, March 11 and Saturday, March 12th at Windsor Theatre, Mount Allison Campus, 8:00 pm. Tickets: $5.00, $3.00 students. Matinee Saturday, March 12th at 2:00 pm(PWYC). All are welcome!

An Evening of One-Act Plays

...Deception, satire with four characters, four stories and leaves the audience to detect deception. Friday, March 11 and Saturday, March 12th at Windsor Theatre, Mount Allison Campus, 8:00 pm. Ticket...

The Dream Workshop (Moe Uhane)

...cubation explore daytime symbology understand the unifying role of universal laws in dream and waking experiences. Full information: www.aha-alisonhart.com

Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys

...the door (plus applicable surcharges). For more information or to buy your tickets call 506-536-2248, email info@livebaitthea...

MOSIAC Banquet

...ildren (4 and under) Free of Charge. Tickets available at the following locations: Tidewater Books, Rags of Time Bookstore and The Cackling Goose. All are invited to attend.

Discussion GHOSTS OF VIOLENCE at the Owens

...apher, Canadian theatre icon Sharon Pollock, and other creators from the Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada, will discuss the creative development of their new ballet GHOSTS OF VIOLENCE. GHOSTS OF VIO...

PFLAG Meeing

...month's meeting will be Josie Harding, a young woman who has been one of the regulars in the group for the past year. The Amherst/Sackville chapter of PFLAG Canada normally meets every month on the f...

Cheour Louisbourg

Sackvill Early Music Festivalevent: Cheour Louisbourg 5th anniversary concert. Monique Richard, director, Gayle h. Martin, organ. The event is being held at the University Chapel, 63A York Street, 8:00 pm.

Early Music Festival - La Tour Duo

Sackville Early Music Festivalevent: La Tour Duo featuring Timothy Blackmore, harpsichord and Michael Cardin, acknowledged master of the lute and theorbo. Their performance will be combined with afternoon tea at 3:00 pm, Sunday, October 17th at Marshlands Inn, 55 Bridge Street. All are welcome!

Agricultural Field Day at the Doncaster Farm

...pm. Live entertainment: The Hardy Heard Band, Naomi Doncaster & Kyle Leger, Royal Hicks & Friends, Allan Balsar & Friends, Tantramar Square Dancers and Invan & Vivian Hicks with spec...

Household Hazardous Waste Day

...monitors, printers, computer hard drives and laptop computers. The following will NOT be accepted as Electronic waste: Televisions, microwaves, any type of appliance (toasters, kettles, grills, fryers, etc.). These items can be put out to be picked up as part of the Fall Clean-up.

The Baked Ham Community Speaker Series

...non-academic environment to share ideas and conversation on a variety of topics. Admission is by donation, open to the public, though it is a licensed event. Baked Ham is supported by the Owens Art G...

On Collectors & Collecting

...en to the public and free of charge. Come out and be part of the conversation. For further information contact: Gemey Kelly, gkelly@mta.ca.

SappyFest 9

...Renowned for its small town charm, friendly atmosphere, and intimate venues, SappyFest is the perfect way to spend the midsummer long weekend. Concerts are presented at a covered outdoor stage and se...

Town Council Discussion Group

...Heritage Review Board - Dr. Charles Scobie Tentative Date for Discussion of Sustainable Sackville Report VIC Landscape Plan 5-Year Capital Plan - Designated Highways Other

Tad Robinson & The Bruce Katz Band

...greats, but he also blows the harp like the Chicago veteran he is. He was vocalist for Dave Specter and the Bluebirds, and has since released 5 albums of his own on Delmark and Severn. Come out and se...

Agricultural Field Day Baking Contest

...proceeds donated to a local charity. After the judging of the apple pies, slices of all the pies will be available for sale and all proceeds will be donated to the Tantramar Family Resource Centre. All are welcome to participate.

Talk by Helena Reckitt at the Owens

...emporary feminist artists are hardly acknowledged in recent accounts of relational arts and why gender-based consciousness still matters in our social spheres today. She is one of he visiting partici...

HMCS Sackville Exhibit Unveiling

...eterans - Dr. Jim Purdy, and Charles Fawcett, who served on Corvettes during World War II. The celebration will begin at 3 p.m. with words of welcome, and will continue until 4:30 p.m. Light refreshm...

Family Sunday at the Owens

...allation about preparing and sharing food that provides a feast for the eyes. Watch as pots are stirred, dough is kneaded, pasta is rolled and tomatoes are chopped. Take inspiration from the variety ...

Mount Allison Opera Workshop

...e with lyrical music, lively characters, and beautiful singing and dancing! Mount Allison Opera Workshop presents An Opera Valentine - Monday Feb 14th, 7:00-7:45 pm. Brunton Auditorium, Free admissio...

Mount Allison Opera Workshop

...e with lyrical music, lively characters, and beautiful singing and dancing! Mount Allison Opera Workshop presents An Opera Valentine - Monday Feb 14th, 7:00-7:45 pm. Brunton Auditorium, Free admissio...

Tabla Ecstasy

...ynchronization with ease and charisma. The event will be held at Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street, Thursday, October 7th, 8:00 pm, doors open at 7:30 pm. FREE Admission...

MTA Guest Recital

...Cynthia Dole in concert with Charlene Nafziger, piano. This event is bing held in Brunton Auditorium, MYB Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street, at 8:00 pm. Tickets can be purchased through the Mus...

The James Armstrong Band

...mproved with his years on the hard blues circuit. For more on James, please visit his website above. Tickets: $10 in advance (at Ducky's - 536-1344), $12 at the door, specical student price $6 at the door (ID required).

The Andrew Jr. Boy Jones Band

...f acts such as Freddie King, Charlies Musselwhite and Katie Webster. In recent years, Andrew has struck out on his won, releasing a string of critically-acclaimed discs including his recent one on El...

MTA Peforming Arts Series

...innovative arrangements are characterized by stunning viruosity and near-telepathic interaction on stage. Singing in both English and French, they have been winning the hearts of audiences of all ag...

Fall Fair Midway

The Fall Fair Midway will open on Friday, September 18, 2009 on Mallard Drive, next to Home Hardware at 6:00 pm.

Fall Fair Midway

The Fall Fair Midway will open at 12:00 noon on Saturday, September 19, 2009 on Mallard Drive, next to Home Hardware. Bracelet day is from 12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m. only

Book Launch - Douglas Lochead's _Looking into Trees_

..., K.V. Johansen, Robert Lapp, Harry Thurston and Deborah Wills. The event is sponsored by the Centre for Canadian Studies and the Department of English at Mount Allison University.

Petunia and the Loons

Petunia and the Loons with the Minimalist Jugband will be at George's Roadhouse on Friday, Sept. 11 at 9:00 pm. Cover charge is $8.00 each. Must be 19 or over.

Economist Craig Brett to Give Annual Tucker Talk

...nd and there is no admission charge. Everyone is warmly invited to attend the 2009 Tucker Talk, which is open to the public. There will be a reception following at Cranewood, home of Mount Allison President, Dr. Robert Campbell.

21st Annual Tantramar Toys For Tots Motorcycle Run

...un" a registered, non-profit charitable organization, raised over $15,000.00 and had 1000 people attending on 650 motorcycles. The 2009 Toy Run is dedicated to MIKE WHEATON, long time participant and...

Shotgun Jimmie - Bloodsport - Bomb Camera

Shotgun Jimmie, Bloodsport & Bomb Camera will be playing at George's Fabulous Roadhouse this Friday, August 28th, 2009 at 10:00 pm. Cover Charge - $5.00

Fall Fair Midway

The Fall Fair Midway will be open from 12:00 noon until 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 20, 2009 on Mallard Drive next to Home Hardware. Sunday is also Bracelet Day.

Family Sunday at the Owens

...f the Friends of the Owens. Family Sundays are for kids and their parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles and other friends. All are welcome! NO CHARGE!

Gordie Tentrees at George's Roadhouse

...oining Gordie (dobro, guitar, harmonica) on the CD release tour is legendary multi-instrumentalist Ken Hermanson (banjo, lapsteel, guitar) and singing sensation Jennie Sosnowski (upright bass). For m...

Kelsey Hastie & Patty O'Boy

Kelsey Hastie & Patty O'Boy with Tim Hicks and Jeff Hicks Performing Live at Joey's Speakeasy Lounge, Friday, October 9th, 9:00 pm. All are welcome! No cover charge.

Music Night & Variety Show

...Bostick keyboard and vocals, Charlotte Staples and Mary Ellen Nurse on cello, Believe, puppets, flute, highland dancing and more. Light lunch and refreshments to follow in the gym. Free will offering. All are welcome!

MTA Guest Recital

...violin, winner of the 2009 Eckhardt-Gramatte National Music Competition with Philip Chiu, piano. Works by Brahams, Willan, Carrabre, and Murphy. The event is being held at Brunton Auditorium, MYB Co...

MTA Faculty & Guest Recital

...idmore, soprano, Karen Rokos, harp, Karen Aurell, flutes, D'Arcy P. Gray, percussion, Andrew Miller, contrabass. George Crumb's Madrigals and other works. The event is being held at Brunton Auditoriu...

Residential Household Hazardous Waste & Computer Recycling Day

...monitors, printers, computer hard drives and laptop computers The following will NOT be accepted as Electronic waste: Televisions, microwaves, any type of appliance (toasters, kettles, grills, fryers, etc.). For More Information Call 364-4960

Midnight Madness

...cks & Friends - Sackville Harness Shop (39 Main Street), from 7:30 - 10:00 pm Fire Dance & Hoop Demo - lawn of the Sackville United Church, 7:30 pm Grocery Shopping Spree for the Sackville Food Bank, at the Sackville Co-op Food Mart, 8:00 pm

Opening Reception-Portraits of Sound

...hibitions and events free of charge. The opening reception for the exhibition will be on Monday, 16 October at 7PM. For a full program, contact the Owens Art Gallery at 364-2574.

MTA 1st Annual Alumni Golf Fundraiser

...n.com and Charles Scott scottc@accesswave.ca Everyone is welcome!

Trellis Making Workshop

The Sackville Community Garden Trellis Making Workshop: Sunday, July 12th, 40 Charles Street. Make wood, bamboo, mesh and other beautiful natural structures to support your growing climbing plants, while detering pests. All are welcome! For additional information contct 364-4950.

Windsor Theatre - Blood Relations

...presents Blood Relations, by Sharon Pollock, directed by Linda Moore, commencing Wednesday, April 1st to Saturday, April 4th, at 8:00 pm. On August 4, 1892, the hottest day on record in Fall River, M...

Sackville Legion Rock-A-Thon

... Rocking all day Silent Auction (bids closing at 11:00 pm Dessert Auction 11:00 pm - 12:00 midnight Hee Haw Karaoke 9:00 pm - 1:30 am - $3.00 cover charge For additional information contact 506-536-9900.

TRHS Production of My Fair Lady

...duction is being directed by Charlotte and Marilla Steuter-Martin. The performances are May 21, 22 and 23 at the TRHS Auditorium, 223 Main Street, beginning at 7:00 pm. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Ticke...

PFLAG Meeting

...l be a fun time with members sharing hobbies, interests and talents in an informal Coffee House atmosphere. Yummy refreshments and drinks will be provided by the facilitators. The Amherst/Sackville c...

The Music Barn

Grasskickes, Rustic Harmony, & Mountain Rush will be performing at The Music Barn, Saturday, May 30th, from 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm. Tickets $10.00 The Music Barn is located at 18 Station Ro...

Performers' Company Presents The Dresser

...mers' Company presents Ronald Harwood's play The Dresser, at the Live Bait Theatre, 87 Main Street, Sackville. Performances will be held March 26, 27 & 28 at 7:30 pm and matinee performances Marc...

Chris Cummings at George's Roadhouse

...17;s Lounge, Pugsley’s Pharmacy and George's Roadhouse. For additional information please call 506-536-7006. Presented by Sandpiper Productions East and George's Fabulous Roadhouse. Over 19 years of age only.

Visiting Artist Matthew Reichertz at the Owens

...painter” whose work is characterized by a “meticulous fascination with narratives, events and time”. Though Reichertz’s subject matter shifts from one conceptually based series...

Live Bait Theatre: A Christmas Carol

...esents A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens, adapted and performed by Jeremy Webb, Sunday December 6th at 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm. Performances at Live Bait Theatre, 87 Main Street. For additional info...

Live Bait Theatre: A Christmas Carol

...esents A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens, adapted and performed by Jeremy Webb, Sunday December 6th at 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm. Performances at Live Bait Theatre, 87 Main Street. For additional info...

Performance of Shakespeare's Will

...e's wife, performed by Alison Hart. Also, The Original Drive-in Movie outside at the Campbell Carriage Factory, 19 Church Street, Tuesday, July 14 at 8:30 pm. Seating around carriages/wagons to view...

Solstice Celebration

...ackville Community Garden on Charles Street. Join the gardeners at the Sackville Community Garden while we mingle, celebrate the long summer and watch our seedlings sprout. We supply the Cook, you s...

Community Forest Gardening Workshop

...be holding a workshop, at 40 Charles Street (next to Community Garden), at 11:00 am. Come explore the philosophy and science behind ecosystem gardening by joining Community Forest International at th...

Sackville Arts Wall Induction

...egere (performing arts), Sir Charles G.D. Roberts (literary arts), Pauline Spatz (arts builder). The Induction Ceremony and Reception will be held at 3:00 pm at Live Bait Theatre, 87 Main Street. Th...

Henry Adam Svec Performs The CFL Sessions

...own local musicians Nathan Richards, and El Ron Maltan and the Dice. Admission is $5 or pay-what-you-can. Come down and enjoy the beautiful acoustics of the Sackville Music Hall, while listening to a part of Canadian sports history!

Tantramar Heritage Trust Lecture

...2 Main Street. No admission charge. All are welcome to attend. For additional information contact the Tantramar Heritage Trust at 506-536-2541.

SappyFest

...k, Gambletron, The Gertrudes, Harbour Coats, Horses, Jon Rae Fletcher, Jon Mckiel, Julie Fader, Justin Haynes, Laura Borealis, Lonnie James, Luyas, The Magic, Motion Ensemble, Rock Plaza Central, Ryan...

Free Workshop - Energy Efficiency at Home

...r as low as $50! Rachel will share information on the advice, grants and loans available plus some easy energy-saving tips that you can try right away! The workshop will be held in the Avard Dixon Bu...

Tantramar Heritage Trust Book Launch

...tion!). The event is free of charge. Please contact the Trust at 536-2541 or visit website for more information about the book or the event. All are welcome!

Author Reading At The Owens

...e of voice that animates her characters and through them, the stories in which they figure. She is the author of two collections of stories, a novel (forthcoming from Biblioasis), and a collection of ...

Owens Art Gallery Opening Reception

...e use of storytelling or the sharing of personal experience to shed light on often unconsidered and unexamined issues of identity and difference that relate to their lives as Queer Canadians. Their fo...

Faculty & Technicians Opening Reception at The Owens

...ening remarks by Dr. Jennifer Harris. All are encouraged to attend. For further information contact Kristen Atkins, Gallery Intern, 364-2475, klatkins@m&#...

Owens - Talk by Ihor Holubizky

..., that he began to paint his characteristic still life compositions, which he continued to produce until his death. Filling two gallery spaces, The Spirit of Things primarily spans this latter period ...

Owens Art Gallery - Walter Tandy Murch

..., that he began to paint his characteristic still life compositions, which he continued to produce until his death. Filling two gallery spaces, The Spirit of Things primarily spans this latter period ...

Sackville Early Music Festival

...artistic director, Monique Richard, with Gayle H. Martin at the organ, will celebrate its 5th anniversary with important choral works. The dynamic duo of Chris Norman, flute, and David Greenberg, vio...

2010 Sackville Arts Wall Unveiling

... Arthur Motyer, Arts Builder Sharon MacIntyre, Arts Builder Unveiling of the 2010 Sackville Arts Wall will be held outside the Town Hall, 110 Main Street (York Street side), at 4:00 pm. The public ...

Live Bait Theatre Musical Cabaret-Lest We Forget

...Band, Janet Crawford, Allison Hart and the Mount Allison Swing Dancers. For additional information contact Live Bait Theatre at 506-536-2248 or info@livebaittheatre.com.

Performance by Warped 45's

Live music at the Bridge Street Cafe, Tuesday, March 16th, from 7:00 - 9:00 pm. Performance by Warped 45's. No cover charge, All are welcome!

Midday Concert at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church

...okies provided. There is no charge for the recital, but a donation of a non-perishable food item for the Food Bank would be appreciated. All are welcome!

Film Workshop at Struts Gallery

...l. Halifax filmmaker Heather Harkins will lead this fun and creative session for all ages on Wednesday, March 31st at 7:00 pm, at Struts Gallery, 7 Lorne Street. No experience necessary, no camera r...

Canada's Weather Guru David Phillips to Give Talks

...eets). His second talk entitled_What's Happening to Our Weather_, will be held at the Wu Centre, on March 30th at 10:00 am. Both talks are FREE of charge and open to the public. All are welcome!

Canada's Weather Guru David Philips to Give Talks

...eets). His second talk entitled_What's Happening to Our Weather_, will be held at the Wu Centre, on March 30th at 10:00 am. Both talks are FREE of charge and open to the public. All are welcome!

Midday Concerts in March

...okies provided. There is no charge for the recital, but a donation of a non-perishable food item for the Food Bank would be appreciated. All are welcome!

Midday Concerts in March

...okies provided. There is no charge for the recital, but a donation of a non-perishable food item for the Food Bank would be appreciated. All are welcome!

MTA Fine Arts Show & Sale

...feature hundreds of pieces of artwork from 36 student artists. All items are available for purchase. The show is open to the public and is FREE of charge.

Fine Arts Show & Sale

...feature hundreds of pieces of artwork from 36 student artists. All items are available for purchase. The show is open to the public and is FREE of charge.

Jessica Rhaye in Concert

...water Books, Pugsley’s Pharmacy (Amherst)and from TRHS Dragon Boat Team Hakuna Matata. For more information, please call Mike Purdy at 506-536-7006 or 506-379-6243.

Toys For Tots Motorcycle Run

...Toy Run”, a registered charitable organization, raised over $15,000.00 and had 1000 people attending on 750 motorcycles. We have also helped families during difficult times in their lives in 5 c...

Sackville Film Society Movie

Sackville Film Society movie every Thursday evening, 7:30 pm, at the Vogue Cinema, Bridge Street. This weeks movie The Road, with Viggo Mortensen, Charlize Theron, Robert Duvull and Guy Pearce. Admission: $6.00 with membership, $8.00 without membership. All are welcome!

The Music Barn - 2010 Bluegrass

...7;s, Eddie Poirier and Rustic Harmony. RV’s, campers & motorhomes welcome. On-site canteen facilities will be available. For more information contact Brian at 902-667-8624 days or 506-536-3031.

Business

...ween work and play…. He hardly knows which is which. —James Michener Central location to international markets If your idea of success is blending business with pleasure for profitable r...

Workforce

...guage workers for the area. Charts Sackville Labour Force Activity Breakdown of Occupations in Sackville (Source: Statistics Canada) Dedicated, educated workforce You’ll find our workfo...

CWL Christmas Tea & Sale

CWL Christmas Tea and Sale, Sunday, November 22, from 4:00 - 6:00 pm at St. Vincent's Church Hall, 63 Charlotte Street. Adults $6.00, children under 12 years $2.50, Children under 3 free.

Mount Allison Chorale Society

...uiem, conducted by Monique Richard, 8:00 pm, location to be announced. For additional information contact 506-364-2374 or music@mta.ca.

Talk - Geographer Dan Smith

...ents and the public (free of charge). The first talk Practicing Dendrogeomorphology and Dendroglaciology in the Western Canadian Cordillera, Monday, November 9th, 4:00 pm, in the Wu Centre, Dunn Scie...

Talk - Geographer Dan Smith

...ents and the public (free of charge). The first talk Practicing Dendrogeomorphology and Dendroglaciology in the Western Canadian Cordillera, Monday, November 9th, 4:00 pm, in the Wu Centre, Dunn Scie...

Mount Allison Symphonic Band

...eet. The concert is FREE of charge and open to the public. For additional information contact 506-364-2374 or music@mta.ca.

R.A Laautenschlagner Performs

R.A. Lautenschlagger will be playing original and traditional Christmas songs at Bridge Street Cafe, Friday, November 20th, from 8:00 - 11:00 pm. He will be joined by Wayne Harper (bass) and Jack Hudson (guitar). All are welcome!

Music Night

...n, Del Wheaton & Friends, Harry Hymes, Vernon Phinney, and the duo of Carol & Doreen. The back-up band: Sydney Cole, steel guitar, Tom Jphnson, bass, Del Wheaton, fiddle and manolin, Marjorie Dobson, keyboard. Free Will Offering - Lunch to follow. All are welcome!

Patty O'Boy at Joey's Lounge

Patty O'Boy, with special guests will be performing at Joey's Lounge (20 York Street), Friday, January 8th, 9:00 pm. No cover charge. For additional information contact smelanson@mta.ca.

Debbie Davies Blues Band at Georges Roadhouse

...such greats as John Mayall, Charlie Musselwhite, and Ike Turner, Debbie is an established member of the upper echelons of the contemporary blues world. Her guitarwork has been described in terms of...

Family Sunday at the Owens

...rc Bell's incredible cast of characters to create one of your own. Family Sundays are for kids and their moms and dads, grandmas and grandpas, aunts and uncles and other friends. Owens Art Gallery, 6...

Literacy Road Show Launch

...the Writers Federation of New Brunswick and Adult Learners from Sackville and Moncton. Free books to be distributed. Public invited to attend, no charge.

Film Screening of Examined Life

...iah, Martha Nussbaum, Michael Hardt, Slavoj Zizek, Judith Butler and Sunaura Taylor. Astra Taylor / Canada / 2008 / 88min For additional information www.cinemapolitica.org/sackville or sa&#x...

The Munk Debates

...to the public and is free of charge. Come see this debate at Wu Centre,Dunn Building at Mount Allison on Tuesday, December 1, 2009 at 7:30 p.m. The topic "How should the world respond to climate change" will be subject of the debate.

The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey

...mited number of copies of the hardcover story book will be available each night for $20.00. For additional information contct 506-536-2615.

The Baked Ham Speaker Series

...oes, operating as a corps of characters called the Green Lantern rather than as individual heroes imbued with unique powers. Dryden is a philosophy professor at Mount Allison University. All are wel...