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This annual festival offers winter activities to suit everyone’s tastes, from the young to the young at heart. Dates may vary depending on weather.
Outdoor and indoor winter carnival with sleigh rides, a giant sliding hill, outdoor skating, pageant and more. Join the fun!
Family winter activities, including a masquerade party on ice, snowmobile and ATV rallies, dance and a Miss Saint-Quentin pageant.
Celebrate the winter season in Shippagan! Sleigh rides, sporting events, children’s activities, snow and ice sculpture contests, a rallye and many more activities to enjoy winter!
Experience delicious offerings and local food prepared by the ultra-talented chefs of participating Uptown Saint John restaurants during Chop Chop Restaurant Week.
A 4-week celebration of the words in the French language; meet authors, browse displays, try dictation tests and enjoy games and various activities.
Everyone is invited to Mont Farlagne for the Mountain-Cross Hill Drag event. Watch powerful sleds and skilled drivers take on the mountain!
Maple festival taking place in Saint-Quentin, Atlantic Canada's maple capital, during sugaring-off season. Entertaining and delicious activities for all ages celebrate everything maple.
Kids and families discover the power of play at this extraordinary challenge playground event involving science, technology, engineering, art, math, movement and design. LEGO experts on site.
Grab your sample glass and roam throughout the event sampling various beers and beer influenced culinary delights from local restaurants stationed around the various showcases.
Bilingual literary festival celebrating words and ideas with 40 authors from Canada and beyond. About 60 literary and family activities including roundtables, readings and more.
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