There are some great events taking place throughout the month of November 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.
FrancoFête en Acadie- Dieppe
November 2 - 6
Enjoy francophone music, theatre and dance in Dieppe during this event celebrating the vibrant cultural scene in Acadie. Visit the event website to learn more
Annual Fredericton SPCA Pet Expo- Capital Exhibit Centre
November 5 & 6
Come see over 30 vendors with cats, rats, ferrets and dogs. Watch the K9 Kapers display thier dog agility team and River Valley Obedience with their Rally-O demonstration. There will be cat demos, grooming demos, dog demos and the SNAP! Burlesque girls will be their to demo their show as well. Doors open from 10 - 4 each day and entrance is by donation. See the website for details.
Festival international du cinema - Moncton/Dieppe
Novmber 10 - 18
The FICFA festival showcases French-language cinema from all over the world, with special emphasis on Acadian cinema. Check out the website for a complete schedule of events
Silver Wave Film Festival-Fredericton
November 3 - 6
The annual Silver Wave Film Festival features something for everyone. Started in 2000, it has become an important cultural event in New Brunswick and the Atlantic region. It offers a showcase of multicultural, new youth screenings, French and English programming of all genres and lengths and a comprehensive industry series which brings experienced and emerging producers and filmmakers together in a community atmosphere. For a complete schedule of events, click here
Holiday Rescue- Algonquin Resort, St. Andrew's
The Algonquin’s Holiday Rescue will be your one-stop shop for all things Christmas this season! DIY craft projects to take home with you for the holiday. Holiday themed dinner using locally sourced ingredients and created by world-class regional chefs, mixology sessions and hands-on holiday crafting and decorating, a holiday party featuring The Sons of Maxwell and so much more! Festive food and fun all at the Fabulous Algonquin Resort. For details on this weekend get away click here
New Brunswick's First Town Christmas- Woodstock
November 20 - December 20
This 6-week celebration is organized by the Greater Woodstock Chamber of Commerce to promote Christmas shopping locally and keep the Victorian spirit in the Woodstock area. Each week, many activities take place in the town’s streets and businesses, all beautifully decorated for Christmas in a Victorian style. There are many fun events planned, including The Festival of Lights, Fireworks, Teddy Bear Tea, craft sales, and the Midnight Madness. For more info, check out the town website
The Nutcracker- The Playhouse, Fredericton
November 27 & 28
Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Dance Fredericton’s The Nutcracker Ballet!
Presented by Dance Fredericton Danse and featuring guest artists Alanna McAdie and Yosuke Mino, soloists with Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet, and Louis-Philippe Dionne former soloist with the Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada, The Nutcracker is a full-length ballet which showcases original choreography created for Dance Fredericton, elaborate costuming and sets, and the classical score by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. This fairy tale ballet opens with the festive Victorian party scene on Christmas Eve in the Stahlbaum home and later follows Clara and the Nutcracker Prince on their journey to the Land of the Sweets. In the Magical Kingdom they are feted with delightful dances from around the world, including the stunningly beautiful pas de deux of the Sugar Plum Fairy and her Cavalier. This timeless classic will delight audiences of all ages. Pre-show talk with David Moroni
The audience is invited to attend a pre-show talk in the West Gallery on Saturday at 6:30 pm and Sunday at 1:00 pm. Presentation by Mr. David Moroni, former principal dancer with Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet Company, and founder and artistic director of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School. Click here for more info
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