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Thu Nov 27
MORAWETZ ADAGIO: PART OF LORENZO MUSIC SERIES.

Thomas J. Condon Student Centre, UNBSJ.

12:30-1:30 pm. Part of the 2014 - 2015 Lorenzo Music Series. The Saint John String Quartet will present a noon hour concert featuring Morawetz Adaigio, Faure String Quartet.

Contact Phone: (506) 632-1188
Thu Nov 27
HERITAGE CRAFTING EVENINGS: MACRAME MEMORIES.

New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square.

6:30-8:00 pm. Thursday, Nov 6, 13, 20, and 27.  November is Macramé Memories. Free in NBM Foyer. Each Thursday evening throughout the fall and winter. Some evenings will feature guest artists working on their own projects. 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 Nov 27
WEST BRANCH LIBRARY: CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS.

Lancastaer Mall, 621 Fairville Boulevard.

Chess Central Learn chess moves, tactics, strategies and more from chess Coach Dan Elman, every Saturday @ 2:00 pm.
Family Movie Matinée @ your library Sat, Nov 29 @ 11:00 am – Viewing: Plane: Fire & Rescue. Treats and water courtesy of Lancaster Mall. You are welcome to bring your own treats!
Babies in the Library the next 3 week session begins Nov 06. Please call to pre-register at 643-7260.
Time for Tots Drop-In For children aged 18 – 36 months. Held every Thursday morning @ 10:15 am.
Storytime Drop –In A program for all ages consisting of stories, songs, fingerplays and a craft. This program is offered Thursday mornings @ 11:00 am.
Thursday Night Homework Help Are you in elementary school and need homework help? Thursdays 5:30 – 7:30 pm. Pre-register @ 643-7260 or westbranch.publiclibrary@gnb.ca
Family Drop-In Table All day every day! Books, a craft, puzzles and colouring sheets organized around a different theme each week.

Please Note: West Branch Library is open Tuesday to Saturday.

Contact Phone: (506)643-7260
Thu Nov 27
WEST BRANCH LIBRARY: TEEN PROGRAMS.

Lancaster Mall, 621 Fairville Boulevard.

Chess Central Learn chess moves, tactics, strategies and more from chess Coach Dan Elman, every Saturday @ 2:00 pm.
Thursday Night Homework Help Are you in middle school and need homework help? Thursdays 5:30 – 7:30 pm. Pre-register @ 643-7260 or westbranch.publiclibrary@gnb.ca
West Branch Library is open Tuesday to Saturday.

Contact Phone: (506)643-7260
Thu Nov 27
LIVING ON PARTRIDGE ISLAND.

Saint John Free Public Library, 1 Market Square.

7:00 pm. We will examine what it was like to live on this island, to go to school, to work, and of course to party! This will cover the time period 1790s to the 1980s. A lot of never-before-seen images of the island will be shown.

Contact Phone: (506) 639-4435
Thu Nov 27
MUSIC & MINING: LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL.

Mini-theatre, Saint John High School, Duke Street

7:00 pm. The film festival was designed to help raise awarness about human rights issues in Latin America. The documentary Open Sky is the first movie in the Music & Mining Film Festival. It covers how a Canadian mining company has effected a small Latin American community and its' people. After the documentary there will be a skype call with a member of the Tlachinolllan Human Rights Group about the current situation of the communities that were discussed in the documentary Open Sky. The event is free to attend, the doors open at 6:30 pm and the documentary will start at 7:00 pm.

Contact Phone: (506) 647-3497
Fri Nov 28
SAINT JOHN SEA DOGS HOCKEY GAME (QMJHL).

Harbour Station, 99 Station Street.

7:30 pm.  Saint John Sea Dogs host Blainville-Boisbriand Armada in this Quebec Major Hockey League game.  www.saintjohnseadogs.com  (506) 657-1234.  Next Home Game: Sun, 30 Nov at 3:00 pm.  Buy tickets online at www.tickets.harbourstation.ca/Online/default.asp
Fri Nov 28
EAST BRANCH LIBRARY: CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS.

545 Westmorland Road.

Preschool Story Time fun for preschoolers every Thursday from 10:30-11 am. Sing songs, listen to stories, & make cool crafts!
Family Drop In Table Available anytime the library is open. Stop in to view our new theme each week!
Toddler Time Every Friday beginning on Nov 07-28 from 10:30–11:00 am. Fun play based program for your tot!
Saturday Family Flick Nov 29 2:30 pm. Showing: The Nut Job (G)

Contact Phone: 506-643-7250
Fri Nov 28
TRINITY CHURCH FALL USED BOOK SALE (NOV 28 & 29).

Trinity Church, 115 Charlotte Street.

Fri, Nov 28: 6:00-7:30 pm. Sat, Nov 29: 9:00 am-11:00 am. Semi Annual sale of used books, tapes, cassettes, DVD.s with soft cover books selling for 50 cents and hardcovers for $1. Hundreds of titles collected over the past few weeks from parishioners and friends.

Contact Phone: 506 672 8601
Fri Nov 28
WEST BRANCH LIBRARY: ADULT PROGRAMS.

Lancaster Mall, 621 Fairville Boulevard.

New Brunswick Public Libraries Foundation Annual Campaign
Donate to the Libraries Foundation’s annual campaign today! You can help put more books into the hands of the people who need them at your library or bookmobile. Donate online at www.librariesfoundation.ca or ask for a donation form at the library’s circulation desk.
WBL Gallery Paint it Forward - artwork by students of Melinda Sheehan, Saint Malachy’s High School.
WBL In the Window & Off the Canvas Remembrance Day – World War II Memorabilia by Eric Garnett
UKU4U with Ann Brown, Kay MacLean & David Goss Beginner Class Thursday afternoons @ 1:15 pm. Intermediate class Thursday afternoons @ 2:00 pm.
Friday Flic Bring a friend and view a free movie and popcorn courtesy of Lancaster Mall. Find us the last Friday of each month at 2:00 pm. Fri, Nov 28 –A Most Wanted Man.

Contact Phone: (506)643-7260
Fri Nov 28
FIVE FESTIVE FRIDAYS (# 2 OF 5).

Atrium of Market Square, 1 Market Square.

12:00 noon-2:00 pm.  Start the Holiday Season off right with a chance to win one of our five weekly $500 shopping sprees. Visit one of Market Square's many fine shops or restaurants for your ballot to enter. Drop your ballot off in the ballot box located in the Market Square Atrium.
There will also be live entertainment, free fruit cake and cider from every Friday while supplies last!
Performer list:  Nov 28: Saint John String Quartet / Dec 05: Mike Biggar /
Dec 12: Shawn White / Dec 19: Hilary Branch.

Contact Phone: 506-658-3600
Fri Nov 28
MUSIC & MINING: LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL.

Mini- Theatre, Saint John High School, Duke Street

7:00 pm.  The film festival was designed to raise awarness about human rights issues in Latin America. The documentary Defensora covers a community's resistance to mining on their ancestral lands in Guatemala. The event is free to attend, doors open at 6:30 pm and the documentary starts at 7:00 pm.

Contact Phone: (506) 647-3497
Sat Nov 29
MAKE A HOLIDAY CARD WITH CARDAMAMA!

Saint John Free Public Library, 1 Market Square.

2:30 pm.  Cardamama is bringing her special papers and supplies to help us make beautiful handmade cards to treasure. Space is limited; preregister by calling (506) 643-7239.

Contact Phone: (506) 643-7224
Sat Nov 29
TWISTED CHRISTMAS (NOV 29 & DEC 13).

BMO Studio Theatre, 112 Princess Street.

7:30 pm. Twisted Christmas – November 29 & December 13. All of your favourite fictional holiday moments "twisted" just in time for Christmas! The players of the Improvisation Corporation will use their powers of comedy and music to bring to life: The North Pole, The Polar Express, Whoville, A Wonderful Life, the world of Ebenezer Scrooge, the set of Die Hard - and many more of the most well known holiday settings and characters! But there's a big twist - and our audience provides it. For tickets call 1-888-311-9090 or visit: www.ticketpro.ca  $17.50 adult / $12.50 student

Contact Phone: 506-652-7582
Sat Nov 29
EXPLORER SATURDAYS: FORT LORE!

New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square.

10:00 am-4:00 pm.  Saturdays, Nov 15, 22, and 29.  Regular admission. Discover early defense activities in New Brunswick through new temporary exhibitions. Understand life in “ye ole fort days” with the help of museum staff. Fun for all ages! 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 Nov 29
DANCING BODIES - IN LIVING MEMORY.

Saint John High School, Duke Street.

Port City Dance Academy & Felicita present an eclectic mixed program of music and dance; lovingly dedicated to Fred Ross - esteemed artist and dear friend. The show will feature guest choir, Cantabile, under the direction of Gisele Roy, and performance by Saint John's finest homegrown ballerina, Karen Galbraith. General admission tickets: $15 adults, $10 children. Golden tickets: $50, for premium seating and a charitable tax receipt. Proceeds in support of Foundation Glycosylation. Tickets available at SJRH Foundation office, Millidge Pharmasave, Titus Bakery, Inspired Collections, Body Expressions Dancewear, and ABC Physiotherapy. For more info: portcitydanceacademy@hotmail.ca or (506) 657-3877.

Contact Phone: (506) 657-3877
Sat Nov 29
"SAINT JOHN GHOSTS" AUTHOR'S BOOK SIGNING.

Coles Book Store, McAllister Place Mall.

12:00 noon-1:30 pm. Author will be present to sign copies of Saint John Ghosts, which is the top selling book on the Saint John market this season. Also at Indigo from 3:30- 5:00 pm.

Contact Phone: (506)672-8601
Sat Nov 29
"SAINT JOHN GHOSTS" AUTHORS' BOOK SIGNING.

Indigo, East Point Shopping Centre.

3:30-5:00 pm. Author's signing of the new book, Saint John Ghosts, which is the top selling local book on the Saint John market. Also at Coles in McAllister Mall this same day from 12:00- 1:30 pm.

Contact Phone: (506)672-8601
Sat Nov 29
21ST ANNUAL CHRISTMAS GALA.

Portland United Church

7:00 pm. Don't miss Saint John’s 21st annual Christmas Gala featuring Spencer Belyea and the Saint John Chorale, the 3rd Field Artillery Regiment Band, plus Stephanie Mainville and Friends, Harbour View High Concert and Jazz Choirs, Lakewood Heights Elementary Choir, and Korean Instrumental Ensemble, with CBC’s Hance Colburne, and a fun Christmas Sing-a-long!  Tickets at the door are $20 for adults & $10 students.

Contact Phone: (506) 639-4402
Sat Nov 29
BOOKS, BEETHOVEN, & BEER!

Saint John Free Public Library, 1 Market Square.

7;00 pm. An after-hours event! Beth Powning will be reading from Home: Chronicle of a North Country Life. The Saint John String Quartet will be playing. Big Tide is set to cater and supply a specially crafted beer. Tickets are $10 and include snacks. A cash bar will offer beer, wine, and soft drinks. Tickets available at Central, West, and East Branches of the SJFPL. For more information, call (506) 643-7236.

Contact Phone: 506-643-7247
Sat Nov 29
MUSIC & MINING: LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL.

Mini-Theatre, Saint John High School, Duke Street.

2:00 pm. The film festival was designed to raise awarness about human rights issues in Latin America. The documentary El Sistema shows how people have used music to overcome the trials of life. This documentary has a connection to New Brunswick as a similar music program was implemented based on the one in Venezula. The director of the documentary will be present to talk about the documentary afterwards. The event is free to attend, the doors open at 1:30 pm and the documentary starts at 2:00 pm.

Contact Phone: (506) 647-3497
Sat Nov 29
BEE ME KIDZ.

Nick Nicolle Community Centre, Durham Street, N.

10:00 am-2:00 pm.  Each Saturday, children in grades 1 and 2, along with their families, are invited to a delicious family brunch at 10:00 am.
After brunch, the registered children will be taught a lesson from the PATHS Curriculum (Promoting Alternative THinking Strategies). The children learn social skills such as giving compliments, dealing with feelings, etc. Following the lessons, children will take part in physical activity, arts & crafts, games and so much more! Every registered child will receive a Bee Me Kidz hoodie. Attend for 6 weeks and the registered child gets a Free L.L. Bean backpack! Parents who attend three Parent Support Sessions from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm will get a Free $20 order from the Food Purchasing Club order (fresh fruits and veggies worth approximately $50).  Bee Me Kidz also provides a free babysitting service for siblings of Bee Me Kidz who are not in grades 1 and 2 if the parent(s) participate in the Parent Support Group. In January, we will be starting another location at Saint John the Baptist King Edward School in uptown Saint John. Please look for us on facebook. Call (506) 654-0064 to register or for more info!

Contact Phone: (506)654-0064
Sun Nov 30
SAINT JOHN SEA DOGS HOCKEY GAME.

Harbour Station, 99 Station Street.

3:00 pm.  Saint John Sea Dogs host Acadie-Bathurst Titan in this Quebec Major Hockey League game.  www.saintjohnseadogs.com  (506) 657-1234.  Next Home Game: Fri, 05 Dec at 7:30 pm.  Buy tickets online at www.tickets.harbourstation.ca/Online/default.asp
Sun Nov 30
CHRISTMAS DOOR SWAG WORKSHOP.

Brundage Point River Centre, Grand Bay-Westfield.

2:00-4:00 pm.  The River Valley Garden Club are presenting a Holiday Workshop on how to make a beautiful Christmas Door Swag.  Materials include fresh evergreens, pinecones, and ribbon to make a popular, festive, decoration for your home! Cost is only $10 to cover materials!
Maximum number of registrants is 30 so register early by calling (506) 757-2720 or email rivervalleygardenclub@gmail.com  Refreshments!
This event is sponsored by the Town of Grand Bay-Westfield. For information: (506) 738-6406.




Contact Phone: (506) 738-6406