Yearly Archives: 2009

Going Home

You are invited to help Release all adoptes salmon parr to the river! Atlantic Salmon Museum Wednesday, October 14th, 4pm Wear waterproof footwear For more information: 263 Main Street, Doaktown, NB 506 365 7787(phone) www.atlanticsalmonmuseum.com Read more »

New Health Promotion Strategy to be Piloted in Miramichi

After being chosen as a demo site for the in motion strategy, Miramichi is forging ahead to unveil this new health promotion strategy to get our community living a culture of healthy lifestyle and daily physical activity. In May Miramichi was selected as a demonstration site to pilot New Brunswick’s new health promotion strategy, in… Read more »

REGIONAL HEALTH ORGANIZATION UNVEILS NEW NAME

John Laidlaw, Chairman of the Board for Regional Health Authority-B today unveiled the Authority’s new name and brand identity Horizon Health Network. The Horizon Health Network was a merger of RHA1 South East (Moncton), RHA 2 (Saint John), RHA 3 (Fredericton), and RHA 7 (Miramichi). Horizon is headquartered in Miramichi. Mr. Laidlaw said the name… Read more »

2009 Salmon Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

The Atlantic Salmon Museum, Doaktown, NB will host its annual Hall of Fame Awards Banquet on Friday, September 25th, with a meet and greet reception at 5:30pm, followed by dinner at 6:30pm. Inductees for 2009 are as follows: Donald and Hudson (Tompy) MacKay, father and son (both deceased) will be inducted in the GUIDE category,… Read more »

Fall Workshops on Photography and Editing

The Moncton Chapter of the Professional Writers Association of Canada will host two skills-building workshops this fall on photography and editing. Renowned British Columbia photographer John Watson will present the first workshop on October 3 at the Moncton Public Library, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. “Take Photos that Sell” is a full-day session that… Read more »

Final Day Schedule for Come Home to The River – McNamee

Priceville Footbridge photo by James E. Stewart courtesy of the McNamee on the Mighty Miramichi Facebook group. Sunday August 16th, 2009 8 – 11:30 am: Breakfast – Boiestown Lions ClubPrepared by the Lions Club 11:30 am – 1:30 pm: Golf Tournament – Open to registered guests of “Come Home to the River – McNamee 2009”… Read more »

Schedule Today at Come Home to the River – McNamee

**Calendar pictured right is sold out. Saturday August 15th, 2009 7-9 am: Community Breakfast at McNamee Recreation CentrePrepared by McNamee Pentecostal Assembly SOLD OUT 8:30 – 11:30 am: Country Market & Ball Games – McNamee Recreation Centre 12 noon – 1 pm: Lunch at Ludlow Recreation CentrePrepared by Ludlow Recreation Council 12 noon – 3… Read more »

Come Home to the River – McNamee Schedule for Today

Friday August 14, 2009 10am – 7pm: Registration 12 noon – 1pm: Lunch at the McNamee Recreation Centre with Sandwiches, Sweets, DrinksPrepared by St. James Anglican Church 2pm: Softball Games at McNamee Recreation CentreAfternoon Tea & Homemade Dessert at the Wilson Family HomesteadBrowse Handcrafted commemorative items by Ethel Wilson at the Wilson Family Homestead located… Read more »

Carla Gunn at Words on Water

Date: Thursday, August 20, 2009Time: 6:30pm – 9:00pmLocation: Saltwater Sounds, 1738 Water Street Miramichi, NBPhone: 506.773.8010Email: editor@breadnmolasses.com This month the Words on Water series is happy to have Carla Gunn with us to read from her acclaimed debut novel, Amphibian. Along with writing, Carla Gunn works as an occupational consultant and teaches psychology. Her writing… Read more »

Victorian Tea Party This Weekend

Darlene’s Tea House and Family Restaurant Annual Victorian Tea Party Date: Saturday, August 15, 2009Time: 2:00pm – 6:00pmLocation: Darlene’s Tea House Barnettville Road Blackville, NBPhone: 506.843.7979Email: eat@darlenesteahouse.com Join us for our 5th Annual Victorian Tea Party! Enjoy an afternoon in the garden with a Hot & Cold Buffet of Italian & Canadian Cuisine and delectable… Read more »

Come Home to the River – McNamee Happening This Weekend

Front book cover pictured right of limited edition (250 print run) Come Home to the River coffee table book. These soft covered (in colour) books feature 200 pages of photographs and short stories including 60 pages of colour pictures and 140 pages of black and white photos. The book measures 8.5 inches by 11 inches… Read more »

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