Month: April 2019
The Rotary Club of Newcastle shares their highlights from the past year and upcoming projects! Since the charter of the club in 1943, members of the Rotary Club of Newcastle have dedicated time and effort to fundraising and volunteer activities in support of community projects and international endeavours – this past year was no exception!Read More
Mary Mitchell of Studio M Hair in Newcastle shares with Giv’er Miramichi on Color and how important it is to work with your Colourist!Read More
The Beaubear Credit Union will be hosting their Annual General Meeting beginning at 6 pm on Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019 at the Beaverbrook Kin Centre, 100 Newcastle Boulevard. All Beaubear Credit Union Members are invited to attend.Read More
Looking for a nice way to end Mother’s Day for your Mom, Grandmother, or that special “Mother” figure in your life?
Why not come out to a Mother’s Day Concert with “The Villagers Chorus”. It will be at the Saint Andrew’s United Church, 188 Wellington Street, Miramichi East – Chatham on Sunday evening, May 12th, 2019 beginning at 7 pm. Admission is a freewill offering, with light refreshments to follow the concert in the Saint Luke’s Hall (Saint Andrew’s United Church Basement).
Come out and bring yourself, a friend or a family member to the Nelson Doyle Dancers Spring Fashion Show and Tea at the Miramichi Beaverbrook Kinsmen Centre, May 11th, 2019. The show will feature the latest fashions from Town Square Boutique. Dessert, Tea and Coffee will be served and there will be Door Prizes to be won! Tickets are $20. The doors open at 6pm, with the show starting at 7pm!Read More
Miramichi Legion Branch #10 will be hosting in conjunction with the National Canada Film Day, a screening of ‘Storming Juno’ a docu drama depicting Canada’s roll in the 6 June 1944. D-Day invasion, 16 April 2019 at Carrefour Beuasoleil, Gilles LaPlante Theatre.
Doors open at 7pm. This is a fund raising effort to support High School students attending the 75th D-Day Commemoration Ceremonies at Juno Beach, Normandy France this coming June.
Donations will be accepted at the door. There will also be a silent auction of related books and items.Read More
Haiti Village Health’s annual Horizon Health Harmonies for Haiti will be held on Friday, May 10th at 7pm at Carrefour Beausoleil auditorium. The evening features musical performances by local physicians and medical staff. Enjoy a fun-filled evening of fine wine, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, raffle auction, photo booth, and much more, all while supporting a good cause.Read More
The Rotary Club of Newcastle is gearing up for their annual RibFest, the weekend of May 24-26, 2019. This weekend event will take place in the downtown parking area in front of the library off Ledden Street. Running concurrently will be the city sponsored “Striper Cup” fishing competition, so the waterfront will be turned into a beehive of activity.Read More
The so-called “Beaubears Island Players” have really done it this time. The informal community theatre troupe, assembled by the Friends of Beaubears Island, has, since 2014, brought history to life on the stage, but they’ve never done anything quite like this. In their pursuit to help raise funds to extend the employment of area students interpreting the past on Beaubears Island, they plan to present not one, but five stories, in one fun-filled performance. Tall and True is a five-part theatrical production charting the course of 6 Beaubears Island vessels, and what became of them after leaving Miramichi. The performance will hit the stage at the Beaverbrook Kin Centre from April 26-28, starting at 7pm.Read More
Anglophone North School District has challenged all schools to become champions of Change and Reconciliation, thus incorporating an indigenous perspective in the District. The first 150 challenge was celebrating Canada’s first 150 years. Now we are embarking into the next 150 challenge, to make it even better. Read how Gretna Green School is promoting acts of reconciliation by infusing Mi’kmaq culture into our library, classrooms and teaching practices.Read More
The North and South Esk Regional High School (NSER) Alumni will be hosting their 6th Annual Fashion Show at the NSER Cafeteria, located at 40 Northwest Road in Sunny Corner, New Brunswick on Saturday, April 13th, 2019 beginning at 7 PM.Read More
The Spring Issue of Giv’er is in the mail this week and is available to pick-up at locations around the region, and also online in a flip-through version you can send to friends and family living away. In this issue you’ll find upcoming events, fundraisers, local photos, positive articles, and more!Read More
Knights of Columbus # 8381 – Father Michael Eagan Council Nelson Miramichi announces that there was a winner for the first “Find the Jack of Diamonds'” jackpot draw with a value of $325.00. Congratulations to Sheila McDonnell Carroll!! This draw takes place every Sunday evening at their regular card party event, which starts at 7pm.Read More