The Miramichi Senior Citizens Home Inc. is in need of volunteers to join their team. They are in need of people with the delivery of hot nutritious meals to members of the Miramichi community through their Meals and Wheels program.Read More
Register by June 30th for this two day paint event! Over the course of the weekend you will create two beautiful oil paintings to bring home, that you painted yourself, meet new friends and have lots of fun! Homemade breakfast and lunch will be served both days along with dinner on Saturday. After dinner we’ll enjoy a 2 hour boat cruise aboard the Max Aitken from leaving from Ritchie Wharf.Read More
The 3rd Annual Gospel Concert at the Saint James and Saint John United Church will be on Saturday evening, June 22nd, beginning at 7 pm. Featuring a variety of performers. Tickets are $10.Read More
The 2nd Annual Stephen “Steve” Lee Morris Memorial Bike Run will be taking place on Saturday, July 6th, 2019. Classic and Antique cars are also welcome to join the bikes and follow them.Read More
On Tuesday, June 25th, 2019, from 7 pm to 9 pm, come out to the Carrefour Communautaire Beausoleil for their Annual General Meeting. It will be held in the Gilles Laplante Theatre.
This is an invitation to the entire Francophone community of the Miramichi and surrounding areas.
There will be reported discussions on the various things involved throughout the past year at the Carrefour Communautaire Beausoleil. A lunch will be served as well.
The Miramichi Rock and Roll Festival and RiverMade productions invite you to join our Main Street Teens and dust off your leather jackets, pull on your bobby-socks and take a trip to a simpler time as Danny and Sandy fall in love all over again with Grease – The Musical on the MIramichi from June 26th, to July 1st, 2019. Showtimes are all at 7 pm at the James M. Hill Memorial High School Theatre.Read More
Located in the Blackville School, the BHS ICE Centre allows students to become innovators and young entrepreneurs. Recently they had a grand opening celebration where students displayed a variety of products and projects they have been working on.Read More
Each year more and more local growers are offering fresh vegetables, fruit, meat, poultry and seafood. Local chefs are taking advantage of the local food movement by serving farm to table menu options and choosing fresh local ingredients whenever possible. Check out this Giv’er On The River blog for a list of local growers, and if you know of anyone we missed, leave the details in the comments!Read More
Creating the Words on Water Miramichi literary trail began with Sandra Bunting’s vision to honour the rich literary talent of this community for the stories and poems inspired by the unique culture, rivers and landscapes of the Miramichi. Authors David Adams Richards, Doug Underhill, Ray Fraser and Wayne Curtis are honoured with indoor and outdoor installations featuring art and engraved quotes from their work. The indoor installations feature Valerie Sherrard and Chuck Bowie.Read More
The Fishermen’s PowWow on the Miramichi is back for the 2019 year! It will be held from Sunday, June 30th, 2019 to Monday, July 1st, 2019, in the Rock ‘n’ Roll Festival Tent Area next to the Ritchie Wharf in Newcastle.Read More
The Ni’gweg Collective will be having a Launch Party at the Vogue Theatre June 28th, 2019 to celebrate the release of 4 new animated shorts to be released to the Game App Nitap: Legends of the First Nations. The Evening will have animation screenings, food, Lakalet (Fry Bread), music, drumming, prizes, art and a chance to meet the storytellers and creators. We welcome all ages to celebrate with us.Read More
The MRC Theatre Festival is a community-based, fringe-style theatre festival to be held August 14 to 18, 2019 in Miramichi. The Miramichi River Community (MRC) Theatre Festival has begun planning its second year and has put out a call for writers to submit their works. These pieces can be scripts, short stories, poems, and can be in any genre. Scripts will be either performed as full productions or read by actors in script readings, short stories will either be read or adapted into short plays, and poetry will either be read or used as audio in physical theatre pieces. The deadline to submit pieces is July 1, 2019.Read More