New Brunswick – March 2017 Event Listings

There are some great events taking place throughout the month of March 2017 – stay tuned for more, but in the meantime hit the road and take in these highlights of New Brunswick.


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Family Activities - New Brunswick Museum
March 4, 11, 18 & 25
Saturdays 10am-4pm: 4, 11, 18, and 25 March Saturdays 10am-4pm: Discover the Franklin. Regular admission. Explore the Franklin Museum Network Pop-up Exhibition all month long at the NBM with discovery, baking and crafting activities. (Bilingual) For more info click here


A Musical Tour of Ireland - The Playhouse Fredericton
March 16
BIG NEWS from the ICCANB Capital Area Chapter: IRISH NIGHT with Kathleen Gorey-McSorley and Carolyn Holyoke is confirmed. March 16, 2017 at 7:30 pm at The Fredericton Playhouse. Kathleen and Carolyn will be joined by Dubliner Ian Mac Gabhann and guitarist Daniel Mathisen. This is a great way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day (a day early). For more details & tickets click here


Music at Versailles- Here Begins the Sequence of Sequences - Memorial Hall at UNB Fredericton
March 18th 2017 - 7:30pm
Written between 1958 and 2002, Luciano Berio’s Sequenza series is one of the most remarkable achievements of the late twentieth century – a collection of virtuoso pieces that explores the capabilities of a solo instrument and its player, making extreme technical demands on the performer while developing the musical vocabulary of each instrument. Four of the Sequenzas, one for each instrument, are accompanied by newly commissioned photographs from members of the Fredericton-based Silverfish Photography Collective. Admission:  Adults $27 Seniors $22 Students $10 Buy 3 Music on the Hill Performance Series tickets, get 1 free Tickets available at Memorial Hall, room 22A, and Read’s Newsstand and Café. For more info click here


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