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Thu Sep 21
HANDMADE AT THE NBM: SEPTEMBER IS TOLE PAINTING!

New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square.

7, 14, 21, and 28 September Thursdays 6:30-8pm: Handmade at the NBM: September is Tole Painting! Free in NBM Foyer. Take part in group instruction or work on individual projects in the company of friends. Fee of $2 per project or bring your own supplies. Don’t miss out on these evenings of friendship and fun! (Bilingual). www.nbm-mnb.ca  (506) 643-2300 / 1-888-268-9595.

Contact Name: New Brunswick Museum
Contact Phone: 506 643-2300
Contact Email: info@nbm-mnb.ca
Thu Sep 21
MONEY MATTERS.

139 Prince Edward Street.

This is a free 5-week course all about budgeting and better money management.  Learn about controlling your spending, how to save, credit, and much more.  Space is limited.  To register, contact Gary at gary@loanfund.ca

Contact Name: Gary Flanagan
Contact Phone: 506-652-5626 ext 4
Contact Email: gary@loanfund.ca
Sat Sep 23
WHEELS TO HEELS (EVERY SATURDAY).

Irving Nature Park.

Visit us at the park to run, or bike on the main road without the worry of vehicle traffic! Every Saturday morning from 8 am to 12 Noon, come and enjoy a car-free road to get some exercise, or to get the kids moving. After 12 noon, vehicles will be free to use the road once again. Don’t forget to visit the kiosk to grab a walker’s club card! More information is available from contacting the park at (506) 653-7367. Hope to see you soon!

Sat Sep 23
SCIENCE LITERACY MONTH AT THE NB MUSEUM.

New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square.

2, 9, 16, 23, and 30 September, Saturdays 10 am-4 pm: Science Literacy Month. Regular admission. Celebrate Science Literacy Week all month long at the NBM! Explore the amazing ways science affects our lives every day, and see how it is used in almost every aspect of museum work. There will even be opportunities to run scientific experiments of your very own! Activities include hands-on discovery tours, crafts, experiments, cooking and more! (Bilingual) www.nbm-mnb.ca   
(506) 643-2300 / 11888-268-9595.

Contact Name: New Brunswick Museum
Contact Phone: 506 643-2300
Contact Email: info@nbm-mnb.ca
Sat Sep 23
CELEBRATE CANADA’S SCIENCE LITERACY WEEK.

New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square.

23 September, Saturday. 10 am – 4 pm: Celebrate Canada’s Science Literacy Week at the NBM. Learn all about some of the awesome NB Museum natural science initiatives happening around New Brunswick! Prepare to have fun, get messy, and learn what it means to be a scientist with hands-on activities, tours, and experiments. Regular Admission. Science Literacy Week is organized Canada wide from September 18-24, 2017. To know more about Science Literacy Week visit http://scienceliteracy.ca/ (Bilingual) www.nbm-mnb.ca  (506) 643-2300 / 1-888-268-9595.

Contact Name: New Brunswick Museum
Contact Phone: 506 643-2300
Contact Email: info@nbm-mnb.ca
Sat Sep 23
CELEBRATE CANADA’S SCIENCE LITERACY WEEK AT NBM

New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square.

Learn all about some of the awesome NB Museum natural science initiatives happening around New Brunswick! Prepare to have fun, get messy, and learn what it means to be a scientist with hands-on activities, tours, and experiments. Regular Admission. Science Literacy Week is organized Canada wide from September 18-24, 2017. To know more about Science Literacy Week visit http://scienceliteracy.ca/ (Bilingual). www.nbm-mnb.ca  (506) 643-2300 / 1-888-268-9595.

Contact Name: New Brunswick Museum
Contact Phone: 506 643-2300
Contact Email: info@nbm-mnb.ca
Sat Sep 23
QU4RTZ. HARMONIES A CAPPELLA.

Théâtre Louis Vermeersch, 67 Ragged Point Road.

Événement gratuit et ouvert à tous!  Free event and everybody is welcome!
Premier rendez-vous de la saison avec les harmonies vocales du jeune groupe Qw4rtz et leur spectacle explosif «A cappella»  Qu4rtz: quatre gars, quatre micros et rien d’autre! Le dernier spectacle de QW4RTZ a été qualifié de « haute voltige sans filet » et « d’a cappella aux stéroïdes ». QW4RTZ va là où la voix de l’homme n’a JAMAIS vibré…   De la danse contemporaine et circassienne avec la troupe de Co-Julie danse qui nous présente son spectacle innovant et interactif  «Les Robes de Sainte-Anne» en coproduction avec Circus Stella. Venez vivre au centre communautaire Samuel-de-Champlain, une expérience magique dans un espace transformé par le spectacle.

Contact Name: Sandrine Selway
Contact Phone: (506)6584600
Contact Email: adjculturel@arcf.ca
Sat Sep 23
BOOK SIGNING.

Saint John City Market, Charlotte Street.

Joan Hall Hovey will be signing copies of her latest suspense novel, And Then he was Gone, at the Saint John City Market. Copies of The Deepest Dark will also be available.  Published by BWL Publishing Inc. Stop by and say hello!

Contact Name: Joan Hall Hovey
Contact Phone: 506-636-9276
Contact Email: jhhovey@nb.sympatico.ca
Sat Sep 23
CRUISE SHIP VISIT.

Marco Polo Cruise Terminal, 111 Water Street.

The City of Saint John welcomes the passengers and crew of the cruise vessel Silver Explorer, with 150 passengers, to Canada's first incorporated city! (506) 636-4869. www.sjport.com
Sun Sep 24
SCOTIABANK AIDS WALK - SAINT JOHN.

First Arch Picnic Site, Rockwood Park.

Registration will begin at 11 am and the walk will follow at 12 noon. Entertainment, food, and prizes will be provided during the event, so please join us!  All proceeds from Scotiabank AIDS Walk Saint John will go to help people living with HIV in the Saint John area. The Scotiabank AIDS Walk is a national awareness and fundraising event that takes place every year in communities all across Canada.  Funds raised support direct programs and services for Canadians at risk of, or living with HIV/AIDS in their communities.  For more information on the programs and services that your donation will support, go to AIDS Saint John.  Grassroots events like the Scotiabank AIDS Walk rely on the power of volunteers to get things done! Email the volunteer/walk coordinator for Scotiabank AIDS Walk Saint John at officemanager@aidssaintjohn.com and let them know you are interested in helping the day be a success.  (506) 652-2437.
Sun Sep 24
SNB VIRTUOSO SERIES: CANCELLED.

Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza.

NOTE: This concert has been cancelled due to an injury. Please stay tuned for an update and revised date.  The new Symphony New Brunswick (SNB)chamber group Résonance, using an ever-changing group of SNB Core musicians and guests while experimenting with sounds, media, colours, and thoughts, invites as their special guest, pianist Peter Mears. In this season opening concert the audience will be entertained with the theme of Drama.

Contact Name: Symphony New Brunswick
Contact Phone: 5066348379
Contact Email: symphony@nbnet.nb.ca
Sun Sep 24
QUEEN SQAURE FARMERS' MARKET.

Queen Square, corner Charlotte & Queen Sq. N.

Find all kinds of delicious edibles, fine crafts, fresh veggies, and good live tunes, and a space full of friends!  Every Sunday morning!
Sun Sep 24
OK CHORALES: MUSIC FOR THE ORGAN.

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Rothesay.

Music for the Organ based on Hymn tunes and Chorales.  Music of Pachelbel, Lubec, Bach, Mendelssohn, Vaughan Williams, and Sattler.  Featuring Michael Molloy, organ.  Free-will admission.
Tue Sep 26
EXHIBITIONS AT SAINT JOHN ARTS CENTRE.

Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza.

Four exhibitions!
Frazee Gallery:   Theresa MacKnight - “Signs” (encaustic paintings). 
City Gallery: Maria Doering - “Cells, Souls, & Personalities” & "Internal Dialogues"
(prints and mixed media). 
Canada Games Gallery: Bruce Newman - “Through My Eyes” (oil paintings) 
Library & Rotunda Galleries: Anne Dunn  - “Nigadoo, New Brunswick Summer Song” (oil & watercolor paintings)
Please join us and meet the artists as we celebrate these new exhibitions.
(506) 633-4879  www.saintjohnartscentre.com

Tue Sep 26
LORENZO READING: PATTI LABOUCANE-BENSON.

Ganong Hall Lecture Theatre, UNB Saint John.

Patti Laboucane-Benson with Kelly Mellings read from The Outside Circle:  A Graphic Novel.  Winner, CODE's 2016 Burt Award for First Nation, Inuit, and Metis Literature.  Powerful, courageous and deeply moving, The Outside Circle is drawn from the author's 20 years of work and research on healing and reconciliation of gang-affiliated or incarcerated Aboriginal men.

Contact Name: Andrea Kikuchi
Contact Phone: 648-5782
Contact Email: lorenzo@unb.ca
Tue Sep 26
WAKE UP CALL SAINT JOHN.

Lily Lake Pavilion, Rockwood Park.

It’s an unforgettable morning, dedicated to raising awareness and funds to support research and cancer care for the one in seven men impacted by prostate cancer in New Brunswick.  7:00 – 7:30 am: Registration & Coffee Reception / 7:30 – 8:50 am: Wake Up Call Breakfast Keynote Speaker: Gerry McMakin, Partner, Stewart McKelvey. Honorary Chair: Mayor Don Darling, City of Saint John.  Local Hero:  Doug Moore.  For more information call 1-855-420-1444 or email wakeupcallatlantic@prostatecancer.ca  To purchase a table, visit www.prostatecancer.ca/wakeupcall  

Contact Phone: 1-855-420-1444
Contact Email: wakeupcallatlantic@prostatecancer.ca
Tue Sep 26
CRUISE SHIP VISIT

Marco Polo Cruise Terminal. 111 Water Street.

The City of Saint John welcomes the passengers and crew of the cruise vessel Grandeur of the Seas, with 1,900 passengers, to Canada's first incorporated city! (506) 636-4869. www.sjport.com
Tue Sep 26
CRUISE SHIP VISIT.

Diamond Jubilee Cruise Terminal, 333 Water Street.

The City of Saint John welcomes the passengers and crew of the cruise vessel Norwegian Gem, with 2,200 passengers, to Canada's first incorporated city! (506) 636-4869. www.sjport.com
Wed Sep 27
CRUISE SHIP VISIT.

Long Wharf.

The City of Saint John welcomes the passengers and crew of the cruise vessel Serenade of the Seas, with 2,100 passengers, to Canada's first incorporated city! (506) 636-4869. www.sjport.com
Wed Sep 27
CRUISE SHIP VISIT.

Marco Polo Cruise Terminal, 111 Water Street,

The City of Saint John welcomes the passengers and crew of the cruise vessel Regal Princess, with 3,600 passengers, to Canada's first incorporated city! (506) 636-4869. www.sjport.com
Wed Sep 27
CRUISE SHIP VISIT.

Diamond Jubilee Cruise Terminal, 333 Water Street.

The City of Saint John welcomes the passengers and crew of the cruise vessel Carnival Sunshine, with 3,200 passengers, to Canada's first incorporated city! (506) 636-4869. www.sjport.com
Thu Sep 28
HANDEMADE AT THE NBM: SEPTEMBER IS TOLE PAINTING!

New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square.

7, 14, 21, and 28 September Thursdays 6:30-8pm: Handmade at the NBM: September is Tole Painting! Free in NBM Foyer. Take part in group instruction or work on individual projects in the company of friends. Fee of $2 per project or bring your own supplies. Don’t miss out on these evenings of friendship and fun! (Bilingual). www.nbm-mnb.ca  (506) 643-2300 / 1-888-268-9595.
Thu Sep 28
LORENZO SOCIETY MUSIC SERIES: MUNCH & MUSIC.

White bone Lounge, UNB Saint John.

Presented by the Lorenzo Society and the Saint John String Quartet.  Programme: Hetu's String Quartet no. 2 & Willan's Introduction & Allegro.  Bring your lunch! Free!

Contact Name: Li-Hong Xu
Contact Email: Lorenzo_music@unb.ca
Sat Sep 30
PORT CITY JAMBOREE.

Lorneville Community Centre, Lorneville.

Featuring Angela Blackier, Tom Mason, Macy Jenkins, Al Inch, Dale Delucry, Eddie Bertin, C.J. Gallant, Reg Gallant, Sam Aucoin, Tim WalIace, Wayne Hachey.  A 50/50 Draw, Door Prizes, and Canteen.  Tickets: $10 advance. Available at Beats n Bytes, KV Drugs, Morris Music, and Grand Bay Pharmacy. $12 at the door.

Contact Name: Reg Gallant
Contact Phone: 5067382941
Contact Email: regpat@rogers.com
Sat Sep 30
NB MUSEUM CELEBRATES CULTURE DAYS 2017.

New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square.

New Brunswick Museum celebrates Culture Days 2017.
30 September Saturday 10 am – 4 pm: Celebrate Culture Days at the NBM with free art activities all day in the foyer! (Bilingual)
1 October Sunday 12 pm – 5 pm: Celebrate Culture Days at the NBM with free art activities all day in the foyer! (Bilingual).
www.nbm-mnb.ca    (506) 643-2300 / 1-888-268-9595

Contact Name: New Brunswick Museum
Contact Phone: 506 643-2300
Contact Email: info@nbm-mnb.ca
Sat Sep 30
RDT's COMMUNITY CELEBRATION OF THE ARTS.

Blackbox Studio Theatre, 187 St. James Street.

A variety of local performers, student, amateur, and professionals, will take part in this exciting community presentation of music and dance.

Contact Name: Georgia Rondos
Contact Phone: 216-2018
Contact Email: georgia@rondosdancetheatre.com
Sat Sep 30
FAMILY NATURE DAY AT LEPREAU FALLS.

Lepreau Falls.

Join Nature NB as we explore Lepreau Falls! Along with the Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark and Saint John Naturalists' Club (Nature Saint John), come enjoy a day full of hiking, games and family nature activities! 
Schedule:
9:30 am- 11:30 am: The Saint John Naturalists' Club will be leading a hike! Hikers meet at the Lepreau Falls at 9:30 and convoy to the Barnaby Head trail parking lot.
1 pm-4pm: Drop-in family nature activities including an information table with hands-on activities to tell the Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark story of the Carboniferous sedimentary rock under the waterfall, beginner birding with Nature NB, and more! This event is free for everyone! This event is funded by Canada 150

Contact Name: Paige LeClair
Contact Phone: 5064594209
Contact Email: communications@naturenb.ca
Sat Sep 30
FOG LIT FESTIVAL AT MARKET SQUARE.

Atrium of Market Square, 1 Market Square.

Come on down to the Boardwalk for a delightful Afternoon Delight performance before the Fog Lit Festival.  Grab a bit to eat and catch a little lunch time entertainment from 12 pm – 2 pm! For all of the little Fog Lit fans, we’re happy to announce a 2017 children’s event!  For young children, Shauntay Grant will be reading from her new picture book in the Market Square Atrium. After Storytime, there will be face painting, balloon sculpting, games and crafts for the children to take part in. For parents, there will be a live reading of Take Us To Your Chief taking place upstairs, in the Saint John Free Public Library.  Featuring a prominent Canadian Author, Drew Hayden Taylor.

Contact Name: Hardman Group Limited
Contact Phone: (506) 658-3600
Contact Email: receptionMSQ@hardmangroup.ca