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(Est. 1829) Second-oldest lighthouse in New Brunswick. Active. Original wooden tower. Classified heritage. Accessible by foot at low tide.
Celebrate Canada Day with various activities at the Dorchester Veterans Centre: music, games, cake, ice cream and guided tours of Keillor House and St. James Church.
The Ross Memorial Museum displays an excellent decorative arts collection from around the world in one of St. Andrews' most beautiful historic houses.
Family, neighbours, friends, residents and visitors are invited to celebrate winter in Riverview with 10 days of affordable and fun activities.
An antique-car show, music and a barbecue held on the grounds of the Memramcook Institute, with activities for the whole family. Free Admission.
Learn the skills of an earlier time while you interact with artisans and try your hand at carding wool, spinning yarn, weaving and rug hooking.
View waterfowl, songbirds and wildlife that inhabit the Tantramar Marshes. Over 3 km (2 mi.) of winding boardwalks, trails, and viewing platforms. Guided tours.
Multidisciplinary event presenting a rich selection of Acadian culture, thriving through music, visual arts, performing arts and gastronomic traditions.
Lobster fishing, diving, rod-and-reel fishing, lobster dinners and tours aboard an authentic fishing vessel. Experience the best of the Bay of Fundy.
Join us aboard one of our two 8-m (25-ft.) Zodiacs as we safely explore the Bay of Fundy for whales and other marine wildlife.
From our home-town parade and farmers market, to kids’ games and spectacular fireworks, Canada's Birthday is a family favourite!
Visit Trites Maples and taste taffy on the snow, watch the process of sap to syrup, buy maple products and enjoy a good feed at the pancake house.
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