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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: Bridge Street’s downtown block will be closed to traffic on Saturday mornings from 8 am to 12:30 pm starting June 2nd for the seasonal expansion of the Sackville Farmers Market.
SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENINCE CAUSED.
The Tantramar Association of Grandmothers/GrandOthers is collecting 'pennies'. The pennies could be brought to our Registration Table at the Sackville Farmers' Market on June 2nd, the day of our Stride to Turn the Tide Walk which starts at 10:00 am.
Sackville Farmer's Market every Saturday morning at the Bridge Street Cafe, 10 Bridge Street, Sackville, from 9:00 am - 12:00 noon.
The market features regional products, fresh produce, baked goods, ethnic foods, arts and crafts and more! From June to October the market expands into Bridge Street. Bridge Street's downtown block is closed to traffic and the market bustles with vendors and local entertainment.
All are invited to attend! For additional information call Cathy at 536-4428.
The Tantramar Heritage Trust will begin June with a true spring event. On Saturday, June 2nd The Boultenhouse Heritage Centre's Landscape Committee will hold a plant sale in support of various projects on the grounds of the museum. They are still looking for plants to sell, and anyone with spare plants can have them picked up or drop them off at the Boultenhouse Heritage Centre, 29 Queens Road from now until June 2. Any cultivated plants will do including perennials, shrubs, young trees, herbs, vegetables, and house plants. The Trust asks that they be in a pot, with a label. To make a donation please contact the Trust at email@example.com or 536-2541. The sale will be held from 9 am to 11 am on the 2nd at the Boultenhouse Heritage Centre, and will offer something for anybody’s garden or yard.
All are welcome!
The Sackville Rod and Gun Club will be holding its annual Youth Fishing Derby on June 2, 2012 at 241 Rockport Road, Rockport, NB, from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon.
Age limits are 5-15 years old inclusive (entrants under 12 must be accompanied by an adult). You must register by Friday May 25th at 6:00 pm by calling Roy PIEROG at 506-536-1115.
A BBQ lunch is being provided for the kids and parents (hamburgs, hotdogs, drinks).
There will be prizes for the longest string of fish, youngest fisher and longest fish, plus many draws.
The derby is sponsored by the Sackville Rod and Gun Club, New Brunswick Conservation Officers Association, and the New Brunswick Wildlife Trust Fund.
All are welcome!
The Tantramar Association of Grandm/others will be holding our second annual Stride to Turn the Tide on Saturday,June 2 (Registration is 9:00 a.m. - 9:50 a.m. at the Tantramar Association of Grandmothers/Grandothers table, Sackville Farmers' Market.
The walk will be leaving from the Farmers’ Market, Bridge Street at 10:00 am and will turn right on Main Street. We will walk past the Swan Pond, cross the street at the Windsor Hall crosswalk, proceed to Salem where we will turn left. Then we will turn left onto York Street and end up at the old Town Hall. We had about 30 participants last year and anticipate a similar number this year. We will be walking on the sidewalk and crosswalks the whole way.
Following in the tradition of the very successful Artists Across the Marsh series, six museums with a connection to the Tantramar Marshes and its history have been working together since 2009 to present Museums Across the Marsh each June. This year's expanded two day event will be held on Saturday, June 2 and Sunday, June 3.
The event will be held between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. at museums from Dorchester to Amherst. These include the Keillor House and St. James Textile Museum in Dorchester, the Boultenhouse Heritage Centre and with limited access to the Campbell Carriage Factory Museum in Sackville, the Monro Heritage Centre in Port Elgin, Fort Beauséjour-Fort Cumberland National Historic Site in Aulac and the Cumberland County Museum and Archives in Amherst.
People can purchase an individual pass for $4 or a family pass for $10 at any of the museums. They will receive a unique passport (good for admission to all locations) and have it stamped at each museum. There will also be a geocache at each musuem, and children will each receive a small period toy. The day will include also include activities at each museum, and there will also be tours and a look behind the scenes.
For additional information contact 506-536-2541 or 506-379-6633 or 902-667-2561.
NB Provincial Music Festival Finals: Thursday, May 31 - Saturday, June 2, 2012 Marjorie Young Bell Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street, Sackville, NB, presented by the NB Federation of Music Festivals with the support of the Department of Music of Mount Allison University Honorary Festival Chairperson: Patricia Grant Lewis Elliott
Outstanding young musicians from across the province will compete in vocal, piano, string, classical guitar, woodwind, brass, percussion, chamber group, and musical theatre classes.
The event is open to the public and all are welcome.
For additional information contact Margaret Ann Craig at 506-536-0295 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outstanding young musicians from across the province will compete in vocal, piano, string, classical guitar, woodwind, brass, percussion, chamber group and musical theatre classes.
For additional information contact 536-0295