Month: August 2018
For those 19 years of age and older, come on out to the Renous Recreation Centre beside the Tom Donovan Arena in Renous on Sunday, August 19th, 2018 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm to see “Renowned Psychic Medium Michelle Russell”. The doors open at 1:00 pm.Read More
Laney & Alecia, summer students at Discover Miramichi, submitted this article about their field trip to the Kouchibouguac National Park, about 30 minutes from the City of Miramichi. It was the perfect destination for both adventure travellers and those looking to relax.Read More
On Saturday, September 8th, 2018, come out to the Seaman’s Hospital, located at 12 Vye Street in the former Village of Douglastown (Miramichi) from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Miramichi Literacy Council (MLC) and also International Literacy Day! Their will be guest speakers, and a light lunch and refreshments will be provided.Read More
After forty years of faithful service to God, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saint John, New Brunswick in various parishes and its missions as a priest and associate priest, including the Saint Samuel’s Roman Catholic Church in Douglastown (Miramichi) and it’s mission of All Saint’s Roman Catholic Church in Millbank (Miramichi), for the past decade, and now in his 81st year, Reverend Father Maurice René Swift will be retiring.Read More
The first annual MRC Theatre Festival held its opening ceremony Monday evening, August 13th, 2018, at the Vogue Theatre in Chatham. The ceremony consisted of art displays, musical performances, and speakers. Co-Founded by Naomi McGowan and Samuel Crowell, the MRC festival is that of art, collaboration and theatre, in memory of the late Lloyd Cameron, a drama director who greatly impacted his community.Read More
The Doak Provincial Heritage Site in Doaktown is wrapping up it’s 2018 season with a variety of fun filled events for the whole family! If you are looking for something fun filled to do, why pickup a friend or a family member and take them out for a drive to Doaktown to visit the Doak Provincial Heritage Site located at 386 Main Street.
It is just 1 hour from the City of Miramichi and City of Fredericton, and for more information, contact (506) 365-2026 or (506) 365-7787 (off season).
The Central New Brunswick Woodsmens Museum in Upper Miramichi (Boiestown) will be hosting a Woodsmen’s Museum Professional Lumberjack Competition 2018 on Saturday August 18th, 2018 beginning at 12:00 pm noon at the Central New Brunswick Woodsmens Museum, 6342 Route 8, Upper Miramichi (Boiestown), New Brunswick.Read More
Laney & Alecia, summer students at Discover Miramichi, submitted this article about their field trip to Doaktown to visit the Atlantic Salmon Museum during the “Come Play On Our River” program and a visit to the Storeytown Cottages.Read More
The Royal Canadian Legion, Miramichi, Branch #10 is very excited and happy to announce that Chris Cummings will be performing live in concert on Saturday, September 1st, 2018 at Club 10 – ONE SHOW ONLY!Read More
The Miramichi Regional Multicultural Association and Miramichi Mayor Adam Lordon today announced the launch of a special new event, The 1st Annual / Mayor’s 2018 Newcomers Welcome B.B.Q. intended to welcome all newcomers to the Miramichi region. The event will take place on Saturday August 18 from 1pm – 4pm at the Golden Hawk Gym and will include: Free BBQ, Musical Entertainment and International Performances, Jumping Castles for Children,
Information Expo where newcomers can learn more about government services and community resources available to them.
From 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Friday, September 7th, 2018, be sure to come out to the Miramichi Annual Ten Thousand Villages Sale. It will be held at the Saint Andrew’s Anglican Church Hall, located at 214 Pleasant Street in the former Town of Newcastle (Miramichi West), directly across from the Irving and next to 95.9 SUN FM.Read More
For over a hundred years, the Saint Andrew’s Roman Catholic Church in the former Village of Loggieville (now City of Miramichi) has been serving as a place of worship to Roman Catholics of the Village of Loggieville (City of Miramichi) and surrounding areas.Read More
Laney & Alecia, summer students at Discover Miramichi, submitted this article about their recent visit to Metepenagiag Heritage Park and the Metepenagiag Lodge! Metepenagiag is known as the village of thirty centuries, once a thriving fishing community, it is the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in New Brunswick.Read More