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Celebrate National French Fry Day in Florenceville-Bristol, the "French Fry Capital of the World" with many fun activities, including free french fry sampling and entertainment.
Gallery open year-round (free admission) offering the best of New Brunswick visual arts in the St. John River Valley. Exhibits and artistic events.
Bi-annual show where over 100 quilts are displayed featuring traditional and modern styles. Categories range from hand applique to breathtaking machine quilting.
Built in 1943, this covered bridge is 31 m (100 ft.) in length.
PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE
The oldest surviving building in the community of Perth-Andover and designated Provincial Heritage Place, houses a collection of artifacts from the area.
Community event on the scenic river featuring a pageant, bingo, brunch, barbecue dinner, artists exhibit, dance, games, and various activities for the young and the young-at-heart.
Full-service RV resort offering 50-amp big rig sites. Boat rides, water park, miniature golf, walking trails. On-site canoe, kayak and bike rentals and boat rides.
This community brings together more than 100 teams from around the world for its pond hockey championship. All games are on a lake with 20 ice surfaces.
Unique experience of an urban fishing camp. Interpretation centre with touch pool and aquariums, a menu of culinary discoveries, a variety of experiences and a 86-sites RV camping.
For 3 days you’ll see it all - modified trucks and tractors, pro-stock tractors, modified lawn tractors and ATVs - pulling hard, to win!
Annual interdisciplinary event of independent art, music, visual art, film, theatre and other art forms held in the downtown of Fredericton, New Brunswick.
Come and join the Canada Day fun. Bring the kids to the great activities planned; water games, barbecue, fireworks and more!
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