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February 19, 2017, by Sophie M. Lavoie

Pink Lobster Festival, NB’s new LGBTQIA+, featured a slew of award-winning shorts and feature films over Feb. 16-18. The inaugural Pink Lobster Film Festival came to a close on Saturday […]

Mayworks Fredericton: festival of working people and the arts continues this week

May 2, 2016, by NB Media Co-op

Mayworks Fredericton continues this coming week and weekend with more exciting events. More than a dozen artists are coming together, April 29 to May ...

Mayworks Fredericton seeking submissions from NB artists

January 30, 2016, by Fredericton District Labour Council

Mayworks Fredericton is seeking submissions from New Brunswick artists for an upcoming arts festival in celebration of International Workers’ Day on ...

Call for Submissions: Mayworks Fredericton

February 22, 2015, by Fredericton District Labour Council

Mayworks Fredericton is seeking submissions from New Brunswick artists for an upcoming arts festival in celebration of International Workers’ Day on ...

  • Frye Festival unveils 2014 line-up
    February 21, 2014, by Madeleine Blanchard

    The Frye Festival celebrates 15 years with Canadian literary heavyweights Ross King, Lynn Coady, Allan Stratton, Debra Komar, Linda Spalding, Gérard Bouchard and many others. From April 21 to 27 […]

  • Beginner Farmer Symposium & Mixer
    July 11, 2013, by ACORN

    ACORN invites you to join us for our 2nd Beginner Farmer Symposium & Mixer, on August 19th, 2013! This event will celebrate the next generation of organic farmers featuring diverse […]

  • Charlotte Street Arts Centre partners with imagineNATIVE Film Festival
    May 19, 2013, by WhiteFeather, Charlotte Street Arts Centre

    The Charlotte Street Arts Centre is thrilled to announce a new partnership with the imagineNATIVE Film Festival. This groundbreaking festival based in Toronto showcases, promotes, and celebrates emerging and established […]

  • Celts host another Highland Games Festival
    August 3, 2009, by Kelly O'Donohue

    Thousands participated in the New Brunswick Highland Games festival this weekend at Fredericton’s Old Government House. The games combine traditional highland competitions with Scottish Festival activities.  The celebration of Scotti ...