Category Archives: Culture & Community

What are you doing this weekend?

What are you doing this weekend?

There’s so much to do this weekend, starting tonight!  Check out the Mighty Miramichi Events Calendar and find everything from live bands, smelt fry’s and a local talent search, to group meditations, children’s activities, and art parties! Here’s your link! www.mightymiramichi.com/events  Save it, bookmark it, check it often! Are you hosting an event? Add it to… Read more »

Art Party Fundraiser

Art Party Fundraiser

This Saturday, January 20th, there is a very important fundraiser happening at Tyra’s Infinity Centre in Douglastown to support a team of competitive dancers from Miramichi who have been invited to New York City for the Jump Convention. JUMP is the largest dance convention in the world and this is an incredible opportunity for competitive dancers… Read more »

Alzheimer Society Campaign Aims to End Stigma

Alzheimer Society Campaign Aims to End Stigma

Almost 50% of Canadians would not want others to know if they had dementia, says new survey The Alzheimer Society of New Brunswick announced today that while awareness about dementia has increased, stigma and negative attitudes around it continue to persist. The Society is releasing findings of a new survey to coincide with Alzheimer’s Awareness Month… Read more »

Hospice Miramichi to make exciting community announcement!

Hospice Miramichi to make exciting community announcement!

Hospice Miramichi Inc. will be making a major “good news” announcement concerning the next phase in its business plan for the provision of hospice services to the greater Miramichi region on Wednesday January 17th beginning at 1:00PM in the Sevogle Room at the Rodd Miramichi River. Hospice Miramichi, Inc.(HMI), a charitable volunteer organization, was established in March 2011. HMI… Read more »

Accepting Applications for Executive Director

Accepting Applications for Executive Director

The Miramichi Chamber of Commerce is now accepting applications for the following  position: Executive Director Responsible to the Miramichi Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Permanent Full time Working Relationships: Chamber of Commerce President, Executive Committee, Chamber Board,  Chamber sub-committees and Task Groups, local, regional, provincial and federal elected officials and staff, partnerships and sponsors, Atlantic… Read more »

Writers’ Federation of New Brunswick Writing Competition

Writers’ Federation of New Brunswick Writing Competition

The Writers’ Federation of New Brunswick warmly encourages all New Brunswickers to submit their poems, stories or creative essays to its 2017-18 Writing Competition. The contest opened on December 1, 2017. Deadline for entries is February 28, 2018. All submissions must be made electronically through the WFNB website at wfnb.ca/competitions. The competition awards $2,600 in… Read more »

Get Ready, Get Set… and Giv’er in 2018

Get Ready, Get Set… and Giv’er in 2018

This New Year don’t make flimsy resolutions that you will soon forget. Instead, take the time to make some solid goals for your future. Below is a bit of helpful information found in Jim Rohn’s videos on Goal Setting and a point by point plan to help you set your own goals and design your own life plan. Goal Setting… Read more »

Anita’s Gingerbread and the Creation of Christmas Traditions

Anita’s Gingerbread and the Creation of Christmas Traditions

by Allyson Kenning This story was originally published on www.breadnmolasses.com in December 2012. Lo and behold, it’s that time of year again – Christmas! And it’s once again time to dig out favourite old recipes that make the kitchen smell of the season and our mouths water with anticipation. In Bread n’ Molasses magazine’s previous print incarnation,… Read more »

Lying to Santa

Lying to Santa

by Sara Princiotta The annual childhood stress started shortly after Remembrance Day, when we went to the Christmas party my dad’s Union threw for all the employees’ kids. There was a magic show put on by a local amateur magician, unlimited free doughnuts and pop, and then a few hundred kids would chase each other… Read more »

Five Pairs Of Woollen Socks (A Christmas Story)

Five Pairs Of Woollen Socks (A Christmas Story)

by Annabel Sheila Sheila grinned at Max’s struggle with the stitches required to turn the heel on the woollen socks he was knitting for his daughters. No matter how many times she showed him how to do it, he always managed to get stuck in the same spot. Any minute now he’d drop his knitting… Read more »

I’m Onto Your Tricks, Mr. Grinch!

I’m Onto Your Tricks, Mr. Grinch!

by Judy Bowman For many, many years the Grinch stole my Christmas right out from under my nose. It was insidious, so quiet and sneaky, that only recently with episodes of flashes of silver joy and moments of deep blue peace, did I realize it had been missing. Had I called the police to report… Read more »

Volunteer for Meals on Wheels

Volunteer for Meals on Wheels

WANT TO GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY? BE A VOLUNTEER FOR MEALS ON WHEELS You will be helping people unable to prepare their food get access to a hot nutritious meal. Plus, you will be putting a smile on their faces! • Delivering meals at client’s home • Deliveries in Miramichi city limits • Delivery… Read more »

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