Monthly Archives: March 2016

Neely G Festival of Music Announces Line-Up

The second annual Neely G Festival of Music has announced its stellar 2016 performer line-up, bringing some of Canada’s top talent along with international performers to R10 Venue located in Long Creek, New Brunswick, July 15-17, 2016. Festival performers include, Blackie and The Rodeo Kings, Dave Gunning, Suzie Vinnick, Thom Swift, Ashley Condon, Lynn Miles,… Continue Reading

Wayne Curtis Book Signing in Miramichi

Award winning author, Wayne Curtis, returns home to the Mighty Miramichi this St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday March 17th, to sign copies of his latest book In the Country. Published by Pottersfield Press, In The Country is a collection of Wayne Curtis’s unflinching but lovingly told short stories about the hardships of rural life for his generation.… Continue Reading

Jewellery/ Metal Arts Alumni Exhibition Opens Tomorrow in Fredericton

The George Fry Gallery in Fredericton is thrilled to present a unique invitational Jewellery/ Metal Arts alumni exhibition, featuring the work of New Brunswick College of Craft and Design graduates Claude Roussel (1989), Teena Dickerson (1995), and Shane Perley-Dutcher (2001), opening Thursday, March 17th from 4:30 – 6:30 pm. The George Fry Gallery is indebted to… Continue Reading

The Temptations at Casino NB in August

The East Coast Production Group Proudly Presents: “THE TEMPTATIONS” THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 2016 Molson Canadian Centre at Casino New Brunswick, Moncton, NB The East Coast Production Group invites you to join us Thursday, August 25th at Casino New Brunswick for a night of supreme talent featuring Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees (1989) “THE… Continue Reading

Bold Comedian Mike Ward to Perform in Moncton

The Capitol Theatre presents two evenings with stand-up comedian Mike Ward, on March 30th and 31st, at 7:30 pm. An English performance will be presented on Wednesday, March 30th, while the French performance will be on Thursday, March 31st. Tickets are on sale at the Capitol Theatre Box Office for $35 (for mature audiences). These… Continue Reading