Community & Fundraising
Come out and bring yourself, a friend or a family member to the Miramichi Beaverbrook Kinsmen Centre, located at 100 Newcastle Boulevard, in the former Town of Newcastle beginning at 1pm on Saturday, May 18th, 2019! It is the New Brunswick Chapter of Special Olympics Canada – Miramichi Region’s 3rd Annual Spring Tea and Fashion Show! For just $15. a person, come and enjoy a wonderful afternoon for a wonderful cause that includes tea/coffee, desserts and door prizes to be won! Tickets are available at the Brookdale Flower Shop, Kingston’s Car Wash in Chatham and the Country Floral Flower Shop.Read More
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
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
On Saturday evening, April 6th, 2019, beginning at 7 pm, come out the Théâtre Gilles Laplante at the Carrefour Communitaire Beausoleil, located in the former Town of Newcastle (Miramichi West), at 300 Beaverbrook Road for a Gospel Concert. The proceeds from this Gospel Concert will be going towards a very worthy cause to be announced that evening!Read More
On Monday, April 15th, 2019, beginning at 7 pm, come out to the Tabusintac Community Centre, located in the Tabusintac Community School, at 66 Hierlihy Road, Tabusintac for the Tabusintac Old Home Week General Meeting. Everyone is welcome to attend this meeting, and just a note, for all you excited people – Old Home Week 2020 is not “official” until a discussion and a formal motion is made at this very first meeting and they are in need of volunteers greatly to make this event successful!!Read More
On Thursday evening, March 28th, 2019, beginning at 6:30 pm, come out to the North and South Esk Regional High School Cafeteria, located at 40 Northwest Road in Sunny Corner, New Brunswick for a Spaghetti Dinner and Dessert Auction. It is in support of the North and South Esk Regional High School We School and Rotary Interact.
Tickets for the spaghetti dinner are only $7. per person and tickets are available from any North and South Esk Regional High School We School and Rotary Interact Students.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch # 3 Chatham was advised some of their submissions for the Provincial Literary Contest were very successful. Read the article to view the winners!Read More
On Tuesday, March 19, 2019, beginning at 7:00 pm, the Annual Meeting of the Tabusintac Community Centre Inc. will be taking place at the Tabusintac Community Centre Inc., 66 Hierlihy Road, in Tabusintac. The board is made up of 12 directors with representatives from the local service, recreation council and home and school. New board members are needed and welcomed. Please attend!Read More
This past summer, The Hospice Shoppe in Historic Chatham Business District celebrated their 5th Anniversary. If you love shopping in stores where there’s always something new, with real bargains and helpful, cheery staff, then the Hospice Shoppe is worth the trip!Read More
On Wednesday evening, February 6th, 2019, during one of their meetings, the Newcastle Lion’s Club recognized members with awards and pins for contribution of years of service to their club.Among those present were Zone Chairman, John Colborne, a member of the Douglastown Lion’s Club.Read More
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 endeavors – this past year was no exception!Read More
The Rotary Club of Newcastle was pleased to present the Miramichi Curling Club with $5400 to enable the purchase of one complete set of “little rocks” for their children’s program. These special curling stones are designed to be 20 pounds instead of the normal 40, despite being the same physical size as the adult version. The youth program at the club has increased dramatically to 35 participants in recent years, with local teams coming away with both first and second place at last year’s provincials.Read More
The Barryville Golden Age Club Dart League will be hosting a Fundraising Blind Draw Mixed Darts Tournament on Saturday, February 23rd, 2019 at the Barryville Golden Age Club, 1850 Route 11 Highway, Barryville, New Brunswick. The Registration will be from 10:30 am to 11:45 am and the Tournament Starts: at 12:00 pm noon. Admission is $15.00 per player.Read More