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The City of Saint John celebrates its 232nd anniversary

16-May-2017

On Thursday, May 18, the City of Saint John celebrates its 232nd  Anniversary. Join in the many festivities planned for the public.

All day at the New Brunswick Museum is free of admission courtesy of International Museums Day.

At 10:00 am  Market Square Saint Mary's Band will provide music, and DeLancey's Brigade, a unit of American Revolutionary War re-enactors, will be in attendance to showcase life as a soldier in 18th century America. Dignitaries will be on hand and Saint John's official birthday cake will be cut and shared with those in attendance following the ceremony.
  
At 12:00 noon the guns of the 3rd Field Artillery Regiment (The Loyal Company) will fire their customary 21-gun salute.

At 9:30 pm at the Saint John Harbour, come out and celebrate the 150th anniversaries of Source Atlantic, Moosehead, and Barbours with fireworks.

For further information, visit saintjohn.ca/events