Community Events

Fredericton Area Community Events

Date Event Description Time / Location
3/274/25

Autism Connections Events for April

Here is a list of all the upcoming events we have for the month of April. It would be great if you could add these to your event calendar.

Teen Night Thursdays 7pm-9pm dates: 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th

Adult Night Tuesday the 7th and 21st

Play Group every Wednesday 2pm-3pm

Duke of Edinburgh: group work night Tuesday the 14th

We will be at FredKid fair Saturday the 18th 

Our Fifth Annual Walk for Autism is the 25th

My contact information is below and all this information is on our web site as well www.autismconnectionsfredericton.com

INFO various, Autism Connections Fredericton
4/145/16

Fredericton RELAY FOR LIFE

THE FREDERICTON RELAY FOR LIFE NEEDS YOUR HELP IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CANCER..

ENTER A TEAM..ENTER AS AN INDIVIDUAL OR VOLUNTEER

DON’T FORGET THIS YEAR’S FREDERICTON RELAY FOR LIFE TAKES PLACE AT A NEW TIME..NOON TO MIDNIGHT  ON SATURDAY JUNE 13TH AND AT A NEW LOCATION..THE FREDERICTON RACEWAY

SIGN UP NOW BY CONTACTING THE CANDIAN CANCER SOCIETY

THE FREDERICTON RELAY FOR LIFE PROUDLY SPONSORED BY KHJ

INFO NOON - MIDNIGHT, Fredericton Raceway
4/174/25

Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Indoor Yard Sale

Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church is having their Annual Indoor Yard Sale in the Church Hall, 512 Charlotte Street.  Friday, April 24th 6-8p and Saturday, April 25th 9a-noon.

INFO various, Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church Hall
4/184/30

68th Annual Fredericton Music Festival

The 68th Annual Fredericton Music Festival is set to begin on Saturday, April 18th and will continue until Thursday, April 30th.

The Festival Committee and its large team of volunteers have worked hard throughout the past year to organise this true community event.  Once again, residents of the capital region will have an opportunity to hear the musical talents from within their own community, with 1,081 solo entries and 149 groups performing.

Ten highly qualified professionals have been selected from Atlantic Canada and beyond to adjudicate the wide variety of classes which include piano, strings, brass, voice, woodwinds, musical theatre, choirs and much more. 

The Festival provides a wonderful experience for all participants from the youngest beginners to the top senior performers, some of whom may continue to represent the community in the Provincial competition.  

Festival programs are available from Tony’s Music Box, and at all venues. If you would like further information, please visit the website at:

www.frederictonmusicfestival.org or please call 363-5680

 

INFO various, various
4/23

Living Beyond Cancer Support Group meeting

Living Beyond Cancer Fredericton Support Group for Survivors and their families.  Meeting Thursday, April 23rd at 7pm at the Fredericton Inn.  Guest speaker will be Karen Roberts.  All are Welcome.  For additional informationi, please contact your local Canadian Cancer Society office at 453-1551.

INFO 7pm, Fredericton Inn
4/25

Spring Rummage Sale

There will be a Spring Rummage Sale on Saturday, April 25th at St John the Evangelist Church Hall, 75 Main StreetT from 9am - noon.  

INFO 9a - noon, St John the Evangelist Church Hall
4/25

Country Jamboree

COUNTRY JAMBOREE At the NACKAWIC LIONS CLUB, Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM.  Join us for entertainment.  All the proceeds from the Jamboree are going to a new Wellness Facility at the Portage Cassidy Lake residence for youth with addiction issues. Music by John Stairs and friends.  Everyone Welcome.  Admission: Donation at the door 

INFO 7p - 9:30p, Nackawic Lions Club
4/25

New Brunswick Aviation Museum Fundraising Dinner

The New Brunswick Aviation Museum in Miramichi, New Brunswick is holding a Fundraising dinner on April 25,2015 at The Riverside Entertainment Centre, 2546 King George Hwy in Miramichi, NB. The Theme will be “THE 100th Anniversary of the Second Battle of Ypres”. Hear about the role New Brunswickers played and how Miramichi’s  Lord Beaverbrook was involved

The Evening will consist of A full Roast beef Dinner, Mr. Brent Wilson as our Guest Speaker, Entertainment provided by The 5th Division Support Base Gagetown Pipes and Drums Band

Tickets Are $50.00 ea. And A $25.00 tax receipt will be issued for each ticket  To reserve yours, Call Kevin at 506-625-4925 or E-Mail nbamdirector@outlook.com

INFO -, Riverside Entertainment Centre
4/25

Nashwaaksis Y's Service Club Breakfast

The Nashwaaksis Y’s Service Club will be holding a charity breakfast in support of Leo Hayes High School 2015 Safe Grad Program.   The event will take place at the Willie O’Ree Place community room on Saturday, April 25th, 2015 from 8am til 10:30am.  For just $7 for adults and $5 for children you can enjoy a hearty and delicious breakfast and also help out a very worthy cause.

 

INFO 8 - 10:30am, Willie O'Ree Place
4/25

Postcards from Mars

Postcards from Mars will open on Saturday, April 25 at 1:00PM and will feature science activities for all ages with Science East, and representatives from TD Bank Group, UNB’s UFirst: Student Recruitment, and the Canada Wide Science Fair will be on hand to support the festivities. Art lovers of all ages, and especially students, teachers, and parents are invited to attend. 

In conjunction with UNB’s Andrews Initiative and other partners, the UNB Art Centre is supporting Col. Chris Hadfield’s visit to the University of New Brunswick on April 21, 2015. On this date, Col. Hadfield will speak to the students and teachers who have participated in Postcards from Mars live on campus and via a simultaneous webcast. Students and teachers from participating schools will also tour the exhibition and see their work in the gallery spaces. 

The UNB Art Centre is located at Memorial Hall, 9 Bailey Drive, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton.  The galleries are open 9 am - 4 pm weekdays and for special events. Admission is free to members of the public. Everyone welcome!

 

 

INFO 1pm, UNB Art Centre
4/25

UCT Fredericton Cash Dinner

UCT Fredericton’s 45th Annual Cash Dinner takes place Saturday April 25th Fredericton Inn 7pm.  Guest Speaker will be CTV’s Cindy Day.  All Proceeds to IWK  Children’s Hospital.  Over $5000 in cash prizes including $3000 first prize. Ticket $75   e-mail uct746@gmail.com

INFO 7pm, Fredericton Inn
4/25

Mactaquac Country Chamber of Commerce Charity Casino

The Mactaquac Country Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the Dumfries Volunteer Fire Department for its 11th Annual Charity Casino.  This fundraising event is Saturday, April 25, 2015 at the Riverside Resort and Conference Centre in Mactaquac.  There will be casino games, a silent auction, door prizes, and lots of fun!  The evening begins at 7:00pm and tickets are on sale for $25.00 each available through the Chamber office, Dumfries Volunteer Fire fighters, MCCC Board members, or are available at the door.  For more information please contact the Chamber office at 575-9622 or by email at mccc@mactaquaccountry.com.  

INFO 7pm, Riverside Resort and Conference Centre
4/25

Irish Dance Show - Alice in Wonderland

The Stanford School of Irish Dance is performing the dance drama "Alice in Wonderland" on April 25th at 7 pm at the Tom Morrison Theatre at Fredericton High School. Tickets are available at the door ($15 adults; $10 seniors and children.)

INFO 7pm, Fredericton High School
4/25

Grand Lake Minor Hockey Fundraiser Dance

April 25th there will be a fundraiser dance for Grand Lake Minor Hockey at the Minto Legion. Country rock band HAZZARD will be playing from 9-1:30. Admission is $10. 

INFO 9pm - 1:30am, Minto Legion
4/26

Spring Roast Beef Supper

Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Nasonworth is hosting a Spring Roast Beef Supper on Sunday, April 26th from 3:30p - 6p.  Menu will include roast beef, potatoes, gravy, carrots, peas, rolls, pickles, and homemade pies, tea and coffee.  Everyone welcome!

INFO 3:30p - 6p, Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Nasonworth
4/26

Beyond Three Courses

THE FREDERICTON RELAY FOR LIFE PRESENTS BEYOND THREE COURSES.

ENJOY A GOURMET THREE COURSE MEAL PREPARED BY KEVIN GREGORY AND ANDREW AL-KHOOURI  FROm CTV’S MASTERCHEF CANADA AND LEANNE ENGLISH SODEXO EXEUCTIVE CHEF AT UNB.

SUNDAY APRIL 26TH AT WU CONFERENCE CENTER AT UNB.

TICKETS $60  AND YOU’LL RECEIVE A TAX RECIEPT FOR $40.  AVAILABLE NOW AT DIGITAL WORLD.  

THE FREDERICTON RELAY FOR LIFE IN SUPPORT OF THE CANDIAN CANCER SOCIETYIS  PROUDLY SPONSORED BY Country KHJ

INFO -, Wu Conference Centre
4/26

Country and Gospel Benefit Concert

Country and Gospel Benefit FEATURING JOAN KENNEDY.  April 26, 2015 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm St Anthony'"s Church 603 Union Street.  Proceeds for VICTIMS OF FAMILY VIOLENCE.  Silent auction,. DOOR PRIZES  FREE WILL OFFERING 

INFO 1 - 4pm, St Anthony's Church
4/26

St. Francis Roast Beef Supper

St Francis of Assisi Parish, Lincoln, holds its Roast Beef Supper and All the Trimmings on Sunday, April 26, from 4-6 pm.  Adults $12, Children, under 10, $5.  Best Church Supper in Town! 

INFO 4 - 6p, St Francis of Assisi Parish
4/28

St. Dunstan's CWL Card Party

St. Dunstan’s Catholic Women’s League invites everyone to attend a 45s card party at the Monsignor Boyd Family Centre on April 28th, 2015 from 6:30-9pm. Cost is $5.00 per person at the door. There will be door prizes including a Women’s and Men’s High prize and a Low prize. Refreshments will be served. Come and bring a friend and enjoy this great social evening!

INFO 6:30pm - 9pm, Monsignor Boyd Family Centre
5/15/31

Alzheimer Society Upcoming Events

 Walk for Alzheimer’s:

This May join the Alzheimer Society of New Brunswick and make memories matter at the 12th Annual Walk for Alzheimer’s on Sunday, May 31st at Odell Park.  Register at noon with Friends and family.  Sign up today and start fundraising for your chance to win the Grand Prize of a Gift of Flight, two tickets to any WestJet destination!  For info or to register yourself or a team visit walkforalzheimers.ca. 

Yard Sale Fundraiser:

On Sunday May 3rd, join Team Depot at the New Maryland Recreation Centre from 11AM-2PM for their annual Yard Sale fundraiser in support of the Alzheimer Society of New Brunswick.  This event is being organized with the help of “Team Depot” of the Fredericton Home Depot as a fundraiser for the Alzheimer Society’s “Walk for Alzheimer’s”.  Drop off for donated items will be on Saturday May 2nd from 10AM-4PM.

We cannot accept TVs or computer monitors.  For more info please call 459-4280.

 

INFO various, various
5/2

Relay for Life Fundraiser Dance

 Relay for Life team, Team CARE is hosting a DJ'd dance on May 2nd at the WINNERS lounge 

INFO -, WINNERS Lounge
5/2

Martial Arts Tournament

Martial Arts Tournament; May 2nd at the Carleton St Armoury, Fredericton. Participants gather for a friendly competition while raising funds for children in New Brunswick with a disability. Pre- register for $30.00 or pay $40.00 on the day. Your school can participate and raise much need funds for Easter Seals at the same time. Call ESNB today at 458-8739 to register

INFO -, Carleton St Armoury
5/2

Fredericton Relay For Life Yard Sale

FREDERICTON RELAY FOR LIFE  GIANT YARD SALE

SATURDAY MAY 2 CAPITAL EXHIBIT CENTER 8AM-NOON

GET SOME GREAT DEALS AND SUPPORT A GREAT CAUSE.

PLUS YOU CAN BUY LUMINARIES OR SIGN UP FOR THE RELAY

THE FREDERICTON RELAY FOR LIFE IN SUPPORT OF THE CANDIAN CANCER SOCIETY IS  PROUDLY SPONSORED By KHJ

INFO 8am - noon, Capital Exhibit Centre
5/2

IWK Princess/Superhero Day

St Francis of Assisi Church, Lincoln Elementary Community School and Ridgeview Middle School invites children and parents to attend an IWK princess/Superhero Day to be held at the Lincoln Elementary school on Saturday, May 2 from noon to three pm.  Lots of fun and surprises for the children and wonderful prizes for the parents to bid on during the Silent Auction.  The entry fee is a donation to the IWK, IMO Kaitlyn Tozer.  Girls wear your Princess creations and boys don your Superhero outfits.  Sorella Spa will be on hand to provide hairstyles and makeup.  Guests available to help with face painting.

  

INFO noon - 3p, Lincoln Elementary School
5/2

Meals on Wheels Seniors Spring Serenade Variety Show

The Meals on Wheels 2nd Annual Seniors Spring Serenade Variety Show takes place on Saturday, May 2nd at 7pm at Journey Wesleyan Church, 131 Duncan Lane.  Call 458-9482 for tickets or information.  

INFO 7pm, Journey Wesleyan Church
5/3

The Oromocto Market BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION & FUNDRAISER

The Oromocto Market BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION & FUNDRAISER
~ celebrate our 1 year anniversary with us by supporting a little girl with a huge heart. Katlyn Demerchant suffers from a severe immune deficiency and requires a very intense and expensive medical regime to keep her going. By shopping with us on Sunday, May 3rd, you are donating and supporting this cause.  
(we are looking for volunteers, face painters, and entertainment for the day - if interested, contact mgr@oromoctomarket.com

INFO 4pm, Oromocto
5/55/31

ExplorAsians Exhibition

ExplorAsians Exhibition May 5-31,  Fredericton Public Library Gallery, 12 Carleton Street   

Monday

10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday

10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday

10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Thursday

10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Friday

10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Saturday

10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


The first Asian immigrants in New Brunswick were ‘Syrians’ arriving in the 1880s from present-day Lebanon. From humble beginnings as peddlers traveling the back roads of rural NB, Lebanese Canadians quickly established themselves as fixtures of local enterprise and in all aspects of civic life.

Learn what drew the Lebanese to "Amerka" in the late 19th Century, how the Ibrahims became the O'Briens, and how New Brunswick's modern Lebanese population relates to its identity as Canadians of Lebanese origin.

 

INFO various, Fredericton Public Library
5/5

Asian Heritage Month Official Launch

Asian Heritage Month Official Launch, Tuesday, May 5th at Chickadee Hall, Fredericton Public Library, 12 Carleton Street.  12:00-1:00 PM.  Asian Heritage Month opens on May 5 with the official launch of the ExplorAsians Exhibition.  Join us for welcoming remarks from government officials and community leaders, cultural performances, and a reception. 

INFO 12 - 1p, Fredericton Public Library
5/5

Film Screeening: "A Mother is Born"

Film Screeening: "A Mother is Born"  Join us from 5:00-7:00 pm Tuesday May 5th as we celebrate International Day of the Midwife.  Tuesday May 5th  5:00-7:00 pm, doors open at 4:30 pm.  Location:  Rm 53, MacLaggan Hall, UNB (small auditorium, off Windsor St.)  Web:  facebook.com/NBforMidwives

UNB's Faculty of Nursing, in association with Familles pour les sages-femmes au NB Families for Midwives, is hosting a film screening of "A MOTHER IS BORN", a Canadian award winning film dedicated to fostering collaboration and understanding between midwives and other maternal health professionals: www.birthingbabies.katiedawn.com  

 

INFO 5pm, MacLaggan Hall
5/9

Spring into Woodstock Women's Show

Spring into Woodstock Women's Show,  May 9th from 9am till 4pm.  Admission: under 12 Free & 13 above $5.00 at the Carleton  Civic Center " Field House"

For more information about this event or booths you can e-mail blingiton-accessories@hotmail.com

INFO 9am - 4pm, Carleton Civic Centre
5/9

Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation- Fredericton Volunteers Wanted

The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation in Fredericton is seeking Volunteers for various positions.  Please go cbcf.org/atlanticvolunteer to learn more.

INFO 4pm, Fredericton
5/106/7

May Events at Oromocto Baptist Church

Kids Choir Musical “God of This City”, Sunday, May 10th: 11am, Free Admission.

“Divine Ladies Night Out”, Monday, May 11th: 7pm.  A night out just for the ladies, featuring Jason & Charmaine Brown.  $15 ticket includes desserts.  

Becka deHaan in Concert, Sunday, May 24th: 7PM, Love offering collected for Becka.   

“An Isaiah 6 Service”, Sunday, June 7th: 6pm, Rusagonis Baptist joins with OBC Special Music, Reflections, and Scripture

INFO various, Oromocto Baptist Church
5/175/18

RCMP Musical Ride

The world famous RCMP Musical Ride is coming to town.  Presented by Canadian Diabetes Association, May 17th and 18th 
Capital Exhibit Center .. Tickets are $11 all inclusive.  Tickets are sold on line at Ticket Pro.ca or Frex Box office 
Live music with Ross Neilson

INFO -, Capital Exhibit Centre
5/21

Cancer Support Workshop series

The National Assocation of Professional Cancer Coaches are holding a Non-Profit Cancer Support Workshop series.  This three week series starts May 21st at 1:30 at Kingswood Park, 1700 Hanwell Rd.  Registration is limited, please email lynnthier@gmail.com or call 999-3554.  www.cancerhealthcoach.ca

INFO 1:30 - 4:30p, Kingswood Park
5/23

Film Project on the NB Lebanese Community

Film Project on the NB Lebanese Community,  May 23rd at the Fredericton Playhouse, 7 PM.  As a complement to our Exhibition, we’re excited to partner with local filmmaker Alex Vietinghoff to produce a short documentary on the Lebanese community in New Brunswick. Watch and learn more  about the diverse histories that make up the complex Canadian identity. We'll be showing the film at our Gala night and at separate screenings (to be announced).

Alex Vietinghoff is a Fredericton-born documentary filmmaker and video editor. He studied journalism at St. Thomas University and works full-time at Outreach Productions. Alex loves telling stories in the visual medium and is excited to tell that of the local Lebanese community.

INFO 7pm, Fredericton Playhouse
5/23

Asian Heritage Month Cultural Gala

 Asian Heritage Month Cultural Gala  May 23rd, Fredericton Playhouse, 7 PM.

You won’t want to miss this year’s Gala, featuring special guests Troupe Layalina from Montréal. You’ll be treated to an energetic showcase of Lebanese and Middle Eastern dance – dabké, bellydancing, whirling dervishes, and more. Local performers will mix it up with dance and music from China, Korea, the Philippines, India, Iran, and Nepal. As well, the evening will include a showing of our Lebanese film project.

 

INFO 7pm, Fredericton Playhouse
5/30

Spring Classic Model Contest and Show

The Capital Area Modelers Society will be holding their 27th annual Spring Classic model contest and show at the Kinsmen Center, 141 School St., on Saturday, May 30th.  The doors open at 9:00 a.m., with entry registrations from 9:00 to noon, viewing all day, with awards to be presented at 4:00 pm.

The show is the largest and longest running event east of Montreal and features some of the finest models from Eastern Canada, Quebec and Maine. There is something for everyone no matter if your tastes are military, ships, aircraft, cars or science fiction.  Everyone is welcome to come out and see that models are more than just toys.  Free admission to the public.  Check out our website at capitalareamodellers.ca

INFO -, Devon Kinsmen Center
6/266/27

'Taste of Asia' Food Workshop

'Taste of Asia' Food Workshop  June 26th and 27th,  MCAF Cultural Expressions Festival, Officer Square.  In partnership with the Multicultural Association of Fredericton, AHSNB will hold interactive Asian food demos in Officer Square during the Cultural Expressions Festival.

 

INFO -, Officers Square
7/4

New Brunswick Camp Goodtime

The New Brunswick Camp Goodtime and Junior Leadership Program is an accredited summer recreation program that provides a unique experience for children and teens (7-16) with cancer and a sibling or friend.  Set in scenic Grand Lake at Camp Rotary, NB Camp Goodtime provides a safety-minded, medically supervised fun and entertaining week of activities at no cost, thanks to our sponsor, the New Brunswick Masons. This year’s camp will take place from July 4-10, 2015.   

For more information on this unique program and to receive a registration package, please contact the Canadian Cancer Society at 1-800-455-9090 and ask to speak with Michelle St-Pierre, or send her an email at mstpierre@nb.cancer.ca.

 

INFO -, Camp Rotary, Grand Lake