There are some great events taking place throughout the month of October 2016 – stay tuned for more, but in the meantime hit the road and take in these highlights of New Brunswick.
Heritage Crafting Evenings- New Brunswick Museum, Saint John
Every Thursday evening
Some evenings will feature guest artists working on their own projects. Small fee of $2 per project, or bring your own supplies. Don’t miss these evenings of friendship and fun. Ages 14 to adult. Click here for more.
Hunter Brothers Fall Festival- Florenceville-Bristol
Runs until October 30
From a corn maze to the "field of fun", enjoy family-oriented, kid-powered entertainment for a few hours or the whole day! To learn more, go here
Riverview Harvest Festival
The Riverview Harvest Festival promises to be a fun-filled weekend! Please join us for lots of music, food and activities for all ages. Events include a family fun day, contests, prizes and much more! For a complete list of events, click here
Kedgwick Fall Festival (Festival d'Automne de Kedgwick)
October 1 - 9
Music, dance, sports activities, shows, rallies, a parade… That’s just a taste of what awaits you during the Fall Festival, held against a magnificent backdrop of mountains, colourful forests and majestic rivers. Meet "Wick the Partridge", the festival’s friendly mascot, who exemplifies the warm welcome of the local residents. Take part in the many organized activities, offering something for all interests and all ages. For a memorable week and lots of fun, make Kedgwick your destination. For more info, click here
Festival Moisson d'ART- Grand Tracadie- Sheila
October 2 - 15
The diversity of works presented makes it possible to highlight sectors of the arts and culture that are less well known. It focuses on an artistic universe spanning the realms of literature, dance, visual arts, theatre, and classical, popular, and traditional music. Though most of the guest artists taking part in this festival are recognized by their peers as professional artists, there is also room for the emerging generation. Visit the website for more details
Indulge - New Brunswick Community College, Saint Andrews
October 14 - 16
Indulge, New Brunswick’s food and wine festival is back again and this time they’re shaking things up a little! All your favourite events will be back this October – Friday Night Cocktail Kick-off, Saturday Afternoon Wine Trail, nightly Chef’s Tasting Dinners, Wine/Beer & Cheese Pairings and everybody’s favourite: the Saturday Night Sociable. For a complete list of events, check out the website
Halloween Haunted House Tour- Keillor House, Dorchester
October 14-15 & 21-22
Tour the historic Keillor House in a different way. This "spooky" walk is guaranteed to give guests laughs and perhaps a few screams. For more spooky details click here if you dare!
Art Across the Marsh- Sackville
October 15 & 16
Art Across the Marsh studio tour encompasses over 20 artist and artisan studios around the Tantramar Marshes. Studios are opened to the public for the weekend. Meet artists, learn about their techniques and see works in progress. Consult the website for a complete list of locations and times
Haunted Trail- Florenceville Bristol
An evening of Halloween fun!
The festivities begin with an event for young children. It is well lit, less intense and less scary than the rest of the evening, making it appropriate for young participants. A stronger-themed event for older/mature children and adults takes place later in the evening. Parental discretion is advised. A treat venue is on site. Be prepared to be scared and terrorized at this unforgettable, amazing family event! Click here to learn more
World Wine & Food Expo- Moncton
October 29 - November 5
Discover the very best in wine and gourmet food ! Sample more than 350 different wines as part of this event’s Grand Wine Tasting .The week-long Wine Expo offers many other opportunities to enjoy wine, including several food and wine seminars and tastings. And don't forget the food! Details on this year’s event are available on the website.
APEGNB Haunted Tour-Charlotte St Art Centre, Fredericton
October 27 - 30
The much anticipated Haunted Tour returns to the Charlotte Street Arts Centre this Halloween! Prepare to have your hair scared off! Adult tours only - children's tours have been moved to Science East. Haunted Tour dates and times can be found by visiting the website
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