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Tue Apr 21
CATHERINE WHEELS THEATRE COMPANY: LIFEBOAT.

Imperial Theatre,24 King Square South.

7:30 pm. Coming to us all the way from Scotland, Lifeboat is a play for families based on an extraordinary true story of courage and friendship.
On Friday 13 September 1940 the ship The City of Benares set sail from Liverpool for Halifax, Nova Scotia. On board were 90 evacuees escaping the relentless bombing and dangers of war-torn Britain. Four days into the crossing, the ship was torpedoed and sank. Bess Walder, fifteen years old and from London, and Beth Cummings, also fifteen but from Liverpool, met onboard the ship and quickly became friends. When the boat sank the girls spent nineteen terrifying hours in the freezing Atlantic Ocean on an upturned lifeboat. These two girls willed each other to survive, and formed a bond that lasted the rest of their lives. www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca  (506) 674-4100.

Contact Phone: (506) 674-4100
Tue Apr 21
EAST BRANCH LIBRARY: ADULT PROGRAMS (APRIL).

East Branch Library, 545 Westmorland Road.

Intro to iPads Come get acquainted with your iPad, or try one of ours!  Tue, Apr 21: 6:30 pm.
Social Networking Session Learn to use Facebook, Twitter, & more! Wed, Apr 22 @ 6:30 pm
Introduction to Facebook Get acquainted with the original social network! Fri, Apr 24 @ 2:30 pm.
Graphic Novel Club Sat, Apr 25 @ 11:00 am. Discussing Houdini the Handcuff King by Jason Lutes.
Knit & Crochet Club Tue, Apr 28 at 2:00 pm. Beginner’s welcome!
Seniors Café Wed, Apr 29: 10:30 am. Casual conversation & refreshments.
Book Club for Adults Thu, Apr 30, 2:30 pm. Discussing A Complicated Kindness by Miriam Toews

Contact Phone: 506-643-7250
Tue Apr 21
NB COMPETITIVE FESTIVAL OF MUSIC (APR 20-May 02).

Various venues in Saint John.

The 79th New Brunswick Competitive Festival of Music begins on April 20th through until May 2nd. Each day performers will compete in the following venues: Portland United Church (Vocal & Musical Theatre); Carleton-Kirk United Church (Strings); St. Mark's United Church (Piano & Community Choirs); Saint John High School (School Choirs & Orchestras); Harbour View High School (Bands); Bayside Middle School (Elementary School Choirs). All sessions are open to the public. Admission: $5 daily pass will allow you to enjoy any of the performances. For more information contact the Festival Administrator (506) 647-0253 or visit our website: www.nbfestivalofmusic.ca

Contact Phone: 5066470253
Tue Apr 21
NOON NUGGET.

Saint John Volunteer Centre, 66 Waterloo Street

12:00 noon-1:00 pm. Payroll Basics for small Non-Profits
Facilitator – Elaine Daley, CPA, CA. Payroll - You Gotta Get It Right. In this workshop we'll explore some resources for calculating a payroll cheque, preparing monthly payroll remittances, T4 returns and Worksafe NB forms. We will touch on some frequently asked questions relating to NB Labour Standards including minimum wage, overtime, vacation pay, statutory holidays, severance pay and records of employment. When it comes to payroll it's important to know your rights and obligations both as an employer and an employee. Pre-register call (506) 658-1555.
Registration: 11:30 am to 11:50 am / Fee: $15 Members, $25 Non-Members. Failure to notify of cancellation 2 days prior to Workshop will result in the fee being invoiced. Prior to registration please advise if you have any mobility restrictions. Bring your lunch/ Coffee /Tea provided




Contact Phone: 506-658-1555
Tue Apr 21
EVERYONE'S CHILDREN.

Homeport B&B, 80 Douglas Avenue.

7:00-9:30 pm. The New Brunswick Adoption Foundation invites the public to "Everyone's Children" for an evening of inspiring stories of adoption & foster care, the voices of youth, adoptive families, & foster families. To find out more & to attend contact Catherine at adoptnbsaintjohn@gmail.com  / (506) 642 -3210. Last minute drop-ins welcomed!

Contact Phone: 506 642-3210
Tue Apr 21
CENTRAL LIBRARY: EVENTS FOR CHILDREN.

Saint John Free Public Library, 1 Market Square.

* Preschool Storytime. 10:30- 11 am Tuesdays & Saturdays.
* Minecraft. Wednesdays at 7 pm
* Family fun. Sat, Apr 25: 2:30 pm.
* Chess. Saturdays at 2 pm

Contact Phone: 5066437247
Tue Apr 21
MIND/BODY TRAINING & AUTHENTIC MOVEMENT WORKSHOP.

Saint John Theatre Company, 112 Princess Street.

6:30-8:30 pm. Tedi Tafel will be offering two Mind/Body Training & Authentic Movement Workshops on April 19th & 21st. Unable to attend both? Join us for one! This workshop will investigate the body’s capacity for expression, communication and creativity, through the bringing together of two very different, yet complimentary, physical practices: Mind/Body Training and Authentic Movement. While the workshop is geared for performers, in the spirit of inquiry we invite practitioners from diverse disciplines to join us. No dance experience necessary! Cost: $15 per workshop or both for $25. April 19 - Sanctuary Theatre, 228 Germain St - 2-4:30 pm. April 21 - Saint John Theatre Company, 112 Princess St, 6:30-8:30 pm. To register, please email: connectiondanceworks@gmail.com   For more info: www.connectiondanceworks.com

Contact Phone: 506-608-4268
Tue Apr 21
OLD NORTH END PLAYGROUP.

Centennial School, 10 Constance St. North.

9:00-11:00 am. The Y of Greater Saint John in partnership with Centennial School would like to invite the families of the Old North End and Crescent Valley area to our playgroup at Centennial School every Tuesday morning.  The playgroup is for parents, caregivers, and their children ages 6 years and under. It is where you can spend time together and meet other parents and children from your community. Join us for a morning of play in a welcoming environment, enjoy a healthy snack, and spend creative time together with your child! This program is Free of charge and transportation support is available. If you would like more information on our playgroup, please call the Early Learning Centre at (506) 646-2106.

Contact Phone: (506) 646-2106
Tue Apr 21
OLD NORTH END PLAYGROUP.

Centennial School, 10 Constance St., North.

9:00-11:00 am. The Y of Greater Saint John in partnership with Centennial School would like to invite the families of the Old North End and Crescent Valley area to our playgroup at Centennial School every Tuesday morning.  The playgroup is for parents, caregivers, and their children ages 6 years and under. It is where you can spend time together and meet other parents and children from your community. Join us for a morning of play in a welcoming environment, enjoy a healthy snack, and spend creative time together with your child! This program is Free of charge and transportation support is available. If you would like more information on our playgroup, please call the Early Learning Centre at (506) 646-2106.
Wed Apr 22
CENTRAL LIBRARY: EVENTS FOR TEENS.

Saint John Free Public Library, 1 Market Square.

* Youth Advisory Group Apr 25, 1–3 pm
* Young Volunteers Wednesdays, 4-5 pm
* Chess Club, Saturdays, 2 -3 pm
* Teen Newcomers’ Weekly English Study Group Wednesdays, 5:30-7 pm.

Contact Phone: 5066437247
Wed Apr 22
ASTRONOMY SEMINAR: THE SOLAR SYSTEM.

Interpretation Centre, Rockwood Park.

7:00 pm. Discover the planets, asteroids, comets, and meteors. Learn where and when to find them, their unique features, and how to observe them with binoculars, telescopes, or with just your eyes. Free to attend, but space is limited. Please call (506) 658-2883 or email connie.browne@saintjohn.ca to reserve a seat!

Contact Phone: (506) 658-2883
Thu Apr 23
WHAT'S IN THE BOX? FUNDRAISER.

Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza.

7:00 pm. A fundraiser for the Saint John Arts Centre. Come out and play and meet old and new friends and enjoy Art in a Box! The ticket price is $75 and you get a tax receipt for $25.  Food and drinks are included. 59 local artists have given artworks to this outstanding fundraising activity for the Saint John Arts Centre. If you want to put your name in the hat for possibly having it drawn, bring $100 for the painting of your choice. All tickets sales need to be in by April 10. We warmly invite you to participate and tell your friends. Mark your calendars. Only 200 tickets! $75 each. www.saintjohnartscentre.com  (506) 633-4870.
Thu Apr 23
EAST BRANCH LIBRARY: CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS (APRIL).

East Branch Library, 545 Westmorland Road.

Family Drop In Table Available anytime the library is open. Stop in to view our new theme each week!
Preschool Story Time Every Thursday from 10:30-11:00 am. Enjoy fun books, play games & make a cool craft to take home!
Babies in the Library Every Friday from 10:00-10:30 am. Pre-registration is required.
Lego-Palooza Sat, Apr 25. All day drop in for children and families

Contact Phone: 506-643-7250
Thu Apr 23
SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS.

Saint Rose School, 700 Manawagonish Road.

Thu, Apr 23: 6:30 pm; Fri, Apr 24: 6:30 pm; Sat, Apr 25: 2:00 pm. Presented by Saint Rose School (K-5).  Adults: $5t / Children $3 /  Family of 5: $15. Tickets go on sale in early April. Please call the school directly at

Contact Phone: (506)658-5364
Thu Apr 23
CENTRAL LIBRARY: EVENTS FOR APRIL.

Saint John Free Public Library, 1 Market Square.

* Grant Connect Demo. Thu, Apr 23, 12 noon–1:00 pm
* Book Discussion. Wed, Apr 29: 12 noon–1 pm
* National Canadian Film Day 2015. Wed, Apr 29: 6:30 pm
* Fog Lit Festival Presents …The Frye Festival Author Reading by Ian Weir Wed, Apr 29: 7 pm


Contact Phone: 5066437247
Thu Apr 23
HERITAGE CRAFTING EVENINGS: APRIL IS CROSS STITCH.

New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square.

6:30-8:00 pm.  9, 16, 23, and 30 April. Thursdays. Free in NBM Foyer. Small fee of $2 per project, or bring your own supplies. Don’t miss these evenings of friendship and fun. Ages 14 to adult. (Bilingual). www.nbm-mnb.ca (506) 643-2300 / 1-888-268-9595.

Contact Phone: (506) 643-2300
Thu Apr 23
BLOOD DONOR CLINIC- NEW HOURS.

Canadian Blood Services, 405 University Avenue.

A blood donor clinic is open every Thursday to Saturday at Canadian Blood Services, 405 University Avenue, in Saint John. Hours are Thu, 3-7 pm, Fri 10 am-2 pm, and Sat, 9 am-1 pm. For information or to book an appointment, please call 1-888-236-6283 or go online at www.blood.ca  New donors and walk-ins are always welcome!

Contact Phone: 506-333-3252
Thu Apr 23
AARCHITECT'S PANEL AT THE NB MUSEUM.

New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square.

7:00 pm. Architects’ Panel: “Leadership in Environmental Sustainability and User-Centred Architecture”. Free admission. The New Brunswick Museum & the Architects’ Association of New Brunswick continue the architecture series accompanying the exhibit 2014 Lieutenant Governor’s Award of Excellence in Architecture with the first of two panel evenings bringing together architects from across the province for a lively discussion of their work. Mike Richard - Richard & Co. Architecture Inc., Malcolm Boyd - Murdock & Boyd Architects, and David Foulem - David Foulem Architecte Inc. will speak about their work related to “green” initiatives and architectural solutions to functional needs. A presentation by each architect will be followed by time in the exhibition for further discussion of the evening’s themes. A second architect’s panel “Showcasing the Best of NB Contemporary Architectural Design and Responses to Heritage Context” will be held on 14 May.
www.nbm-mnb.ca  (506) 643-2300 / 1-888-268-9595.

Contact Phone: (506) 643-2300
Thu Apr 23
ASTRONOMY SEMINAR: THE CONSTELLATIONS.

Interpretation Centre, Rockwood Park.

7:00 pm. To many people the night sky is just a jumble of stars. Discover how to recognize the major constellations see from New Brunswick, hear the mythology tales associated with them, and learn what extra sights can be seen within their boundaries with binoculars and a telescope. Free to attend, but space is limited. Please call (506) 658-2883 or email connie.browne@saintjohn.ca to reserve a seat!

Contact Phone: (506) 658-2883
Fri Apr 24
AN EVENING WITH MARY WALSH.

Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South.

8:00 pm. Look out, Marg Delahunty is in the house! From her early days with Newfoundland’s CODCO, to This Hour Has 22 Minutes, to her infamous interaction with Toronto’s Rob Ford, Mary Walsh has been a comic force of nature. This actress, comedienne, social activist and winner of 25 Gemini awards is bringing us her signature blend of humour and rage. Expect some great stories, some of your favourite characters and of course some jaw-dropping, belly-laughing surprises. Mary’s special guest, Sharron Matthews, a woman with a “voice that could stop traffic” will treat us to her own special blend of music and comedy. www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca (506) 674-4100.

Contact Phone: (506) 674-4100
Fri Apr 24
SENIOR'S SOCIAL & WELLNESS INFORMATION FAIR.

Silver Falls United Church, Loch Lomond Road.

1:00-3:00 pm. There will be light refreshments available, along with an opportunity to peruse the tables of the Wellness Fair. Participants will have information relevant to people 50+ and seniors. There is no charge to attend this event. Everyone welcome!

                       

 

                  

Contact Phone: (506) 696-6269
Fri Apr 24
SUSTAINABLE SAINT JOHN, FACILITY TOUR - CLOW.

245 Industrial Drive.

12:00 noon-1:00 pm. Each year Sustainable Saint John organizes facility tours of local businesses that have made evironmental advances in their operations. This month join us at CLOW Canada. CLOW Canada est.1834 is the oldest manufacturer of fire hydrants. ISO Certified 14001 since 2009, CLOW has recieved the Premier's Award for Energy Efficiency and the Corporate 2014 Outstanding Environmental Performance Award. Join us and learn more on how CLOW has achieved results in the following areas: Reduced energy consumption by 25% over the past 5 years by:· Facility wide siding and insulation upgrade (still in progress)
· Completed a facility wide lighting upgrade
· Purchased a variable speed compressor
· Resealed windows in office areas
· Improved heating system
· Purchased a more energy efficient HVAC system
· Continually investing is more energy efficient machines
Sustainable Saint John invites you to become part of the environmental network, educating & advocating for a greener tomorrow.
Individual membership ($10 annual fee) gives access to all Sustainable Saint John events, tours and workshops. For more information please visit our website sustianablesaintjohn.ca or call (506) 645-9409.
Pre registration is required! Simply RSVP to sustainablesaintjohn@gmail.com  Lunch will be provided.

Contact Phone: 506-645-9409
Fri Apr 24
PERSPECTIVE (APR 24 & 25).

BMO Studio Theatre, 112 Princess Street.

7:30 pm. Tickets: $16.50 / $11.50 (students & seniors). Connection Dance Works presents Perspective: Music Composition for Dance. We are thrilled to partner with Open Arts for an evening of dance, music and discussion. Musicians: Andrew Reed Miller, Joel Cormier, Robin Streb, & Chris Giles. Dance Artists: Patricia Allison, Sarah Power, Kelli Wray, Jalianne Li, Stephanie Grace, Brad Thomson, & Brigitte Carroll.
Musicians and choreographers work together in a week-long collaborative lab residency to create both original music and original dance. Tedi Tafel (Montreal) joins us to facilitate the development of each work-in-progress. Tickets on sale at www.ticketpro.ca / by Phone at 1 (888) 311‑9090, and at all Ticketpro Outlets in Atlantic Canada.
www.connectiondanceworks.com

Contact Phone: (506) 608-4268
Fri Apr 24
NIGHT SKY OBSERVING WITH THE ASTRONOMY CLUB.

First Arches/Bark Park Parking Lot, Rockwood Park.

9:00 pm. Join members of the Astronomy Club for views of the Moon, Jupiter, star clusters, and other heavenly delights through various telescopes and binoculars. Rockwood Park First Arches/Bark Park Parking Lot (Fisher Lakes entrance), 9-11 pm. Cloud date: Saturday, April 25 or Sunday, April 26.

Contact Phone: (506) 658-2883
Sat Apr 25
BOWL FOR KIDS SAKE 2015.

Fairview Bowling Lanes, 87 Lansdowne Avenue.

10:00 am-7:00 pm. It’s “Saturday Night Fever” Saint John!
• Teams consist of 4 to 6 players / • Choose a 90-minute bowling time /
• Have a great time “out on the Disco floor”! / • Trivia and prizes! / • Practice your “Bus Stop”, “The Funky Chicken” and “The Hustle”! /
• Each participant must raise a minimum of $100 to be eligible for prizes! / • All ages welcome!
Everyone wants to be a Disco Star! Join us & Honorary Chair, Minister Ed Doherty. Event Website and Fundraising Tool! http://saintjohn.kintera.org/bfks Call (506) 635-1145 to register and get your team kit!  Funds raised by this event go directly to:
-The costs of recruiting, screening and training volunteers,
-Matching them with children in need of a mentor and;
-The ongoing stringent supervision of these matches.

Contact Phone: 506-635-1145
Sat Apr 25
PETE PAQUETTE: ELVIS - THE MOMENTS.

Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South.

7:30 pm. Featuring The Rockin' Royals with The Tonettes.  Tickets available at the Imperial Theatre Box Office. (506) 674-4100.  www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca  Visit www.paquetteproductions.com for more information.
Sat Apr 25
BIG SPRING CLEAN CLOTHING DRIVE.

156 Westmorland Road.

12:00 noon-2:00 pm. NBACL is hosting a Big Spring Clean Clothing Drive in support of children and adults with an intellectual disability and their families. Please stop by and donate your unwanted clothing and household items to be entered to win Value Village gift certificates, receive coupons to go shopping, and enjoy a glass of lemonade. For more information please call (506) 642-5511.

Contact Phone: 5066425511
Sat Apr 25
APRIL MILLS JUNIOR STAR CONCERT.

Portland United Church, 50 Newport Crescent.

6:30 pm. This concert showcases the best of the best chosen by the adjudicators throughout the week. Advance Tickets: Adults $8. Students $5 Family of 2 adults & 2 or more children $20 (available at all venues and Veronica's Music Store, 18 Exmouth Street. At the Door: Adults $10 Students $5 Family of 2 Adults & 2 or more children $25.

Contact Phone: (506) 647-0253
Sat Apr 25
JAMES PATRICK COLLINS CELTIC FEST.

Stone Church, Carleton Street.

“James Patrick Collins Celtic Fest": Interested in learning Irish music on the tin whistle, bodhran, or fiddle, or kicking up your heels by learning Irish set dancing or traditional sean nos…Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 25 and come out for a day of workshops and an evening Ceili. For more information and a full listing of workshop times contact Adam at (506) 654-2217 or visit James Patrick Collins Celtic Fest on Facebook. This event is sponsored by Comhaltas Saint John, a branch of a non-profit worldwide organisation promoting and preserving traditional Irish music and culture.”

Contact Phone: 506 849 2680
Sat Apr 25
EXPLORER SATURDAYS AT THE NBM: APRIL SHOWERS!

New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square.

10:00 am-4:00 pm. 4, 11, 18, and 25 April. Explorer Saturdays at the NBM – April Showers! Regular admission. Usher in spring with activities at the NBM all month long! Learn all about the plants and animals that thrive as the temperatures rise! Explorer Saturday activities include art instruction, hands-on discovery tours, crafts, cooking and more! (Bilingual). www.nbm-mnb.ca (506) 643-2300 / 1-888-268-9595.

Contact Phone: (506) 643-2300
Sat Apr 25
HAMMOND RIVER COFFEE HOUSE.

Hammond River Angling Association, 10 Porter Road.

6:45 for 7:30 pm.  A friendly evening of musical performers featuring the Sandy Mackay Band with original roots flavoured music. Alan Guay and Brad Smith adding to the mix with their interpretations of original and popular tunes. More performers are in the works and will be announced soon. Show time is 7:30 pm. Doors open at 6:45 pm. Tickets at the door are $10 and $7 for seniors, students and members.

Contact Phone: 506-640-2587
Sun Apr 26
IT'S A GIRL THING (THE ORIGINAL SINCE 2003).

Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza.

1:00-4:00 pm. Renew your spirit & capture your imagination at "it's a Girl Thing the Original since 2003!" Eclectic exhibitors collected with women in mind. Gather your Mom, Sister, Aunt Co-worker & BFF to this Wow fundraiser! Receive tips on everything from skincare, interior decorating, a walk-around fashion show, gardening, cooking, purses, jewellry & so much more! Live music, door prizes, cake, samplings, just too much fun awaits you. $6 cover goes to Romero House & Saint John Vineyard Church Food Pantry & Outreach Program.

Contact Phone: 506-672-9007
Mon Apr 27
RETRO FILM: SINGIN' IN THE RAIN.

Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South.

7:00 pm. Part of the Retro Film Series. www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca (506) 674-4100.

Contact Phone: (506) 674-4100
Tue Apr 28
LECTURE: HISTORY OF CRIME & CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.

NB Museum, 1 Market Square.

7:30 pm. The NB Historical Society welcomes Dr. Michael Boudreau of St. Thomas University who will speak on "Bad Characters: Crime, Criminals, and Capital Punishment in New Brunswick." This lecture is based on Dr. Boudreau's research on the 26 men who were hanged in New Brunswick from 1869 to 1957. All are welcome to attend this free event but some of the content may not be suitable for children. 

Contact Phone: (506) 648-5600
Wed Apr 29
JOEL PLASKETT EMERGENCY.

Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South.

7:30 pm. Tour in support of Joel's new album, 'The Park Avenue Sobriety Test', available March 17th. www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca  (506) 674-4100.

Contact Phone: (506) 674-4125
Thu Apr 30
UNB SAINT JOHN 50TH ANNIVERSARY GALA DINNER.

Hans W. Klohn Commons, UNB Saint John campus.

6:30 pm. Join members, and friends, of the UNB community as we celebrate UNB Saint John's 50th Anniversary with a gala dinner. Proceeds from the dinner will support the UNB Saint John 50th Anniversary Scholarship. http://www.unb.ca/saintjohn/vp/50th-anniversary/

Contact Phone: (506) 648-5697
Thu Apr 30
FREE BEGINNERS LICENSE SEMINAR.

3rd fl., 165 Union Street.

6:00-8:00 pm. Learning to Drive Soon? Try Atlantic Driving Academy’s Free Learners Permit Seminar. Join us for our free 2 hour seminar designed to help prepare you to pass your Provincial Beginners Permit Test. We will review the Driver’s Handbook section by section, test your knowledge, and provide answers to all your questions. It’s interactive, fun and a great way to ensure you have the basics covered, even if you think you are ready.  To register, call us at (506) 658-0234 or email saintjohn@atlanticdrivingacademy.com  Bring your Driver’s Handbook or you can purchase a copy at any Service NB location.  You can find us at www.atlanticdrivingacademy.com

Contact Phone: 506-658-0234
Thu Apr 30
AUTHOR TALK & SIGNING AT NB MUSEUM.

New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square.

2:00 pm.  Free admission. Join author Todd Boland for a book talk and signing of his publication Wildflowers of New Brunswick. The book is a guide to 700 species of wildflowers in New Brunswick. A series of page tabs and icons along with full colour photos offers easy identification of wild plants. Todd Boland is the Research Horticulturist at the Memorial University of Newfoundland Botanical Garden and is one of the founding members of the Newfoundland and Labrador Wildflower Society. He is the author of Wildflowers of Nova Scotia, Trees and Shrubs of the Maritimes, and Trees and Shrubs of Newfoundland and Labrador.
www.nbm-mnb.ca  (506) 643-2300 / 1-888-268-9595.

Contact Phone: (506) 643-2300
Thu Apr 30
FREE MUSICAL EVENT TO SUPPORT THE CBC.

O'Leary's Pub, Princess Street.

Starts at 7:00 pm. Free to attend. This event it to raise awareness with the public of the campaign which is now going on in the Saint John-Rothesay riding prior to the upcoming federal election. This campaign is sponsored by "Friends of Canadian Broadcasting" and is a petition signing event. Please come out to show your support for the CBC, sign the petition and receive more information about the campaign. Artists who will be performing are: Saint John String Quartet, Buckley Trio, Mike Biggar, Jessica Rhaye, Tomato Tomato, Brent Mason, Clinton Charlton, and The Spinnaker Brothers.

Contact Phone: (506) 672-1994