Category Archives: Arts & Entertainment

Greater Blackville Resource Centre Hosting Fun Fashion Show

Join the Greater Blackville Resource Centre for a night of up-cycled fashion and fun beginning at 7pm, on Friday evening, May 10, at the GBRC Fun Fashion Show to be held at the Voice of Hope Ministries, located at 12073 Route 8 Highway, in Upper Blackville.

Tickets are just $10 a person, which includes your dessert (strawberry shortcake) and tea/coffee. At intermission they’ll have local entertainment featuring Chloe Furlong.

The tickets can be purchased at the GBRC Thrift Store or by calling 506-843-9024. Only 60 tickets will be sold.

GBRC volunteers will be modelling fashions, shoes, and accessories for women, teens and girls of various ages, shapes and sizes. All the items in the fashion show (35 different outfits) are from the GBRC Thrift Store. The Thrift Store is open every Wednesday (10am-4pm), Thursday (10am-4pm), and Friday (10am-2pm).

For more information, visit the Facebook Event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/417480145471603.

Fundraiser for Blackville Athletes to Represent Canada at Dance World Cup

A fundraising event will be held at the Miramichi Folklore Park in Renous on Sunday May 5, 2019 from 2 – 6 pm to support Abby Keenan and Anna Sturgeon, who will represent Canada this summer in Braga, Portugal at the Dance World Cup. The competitive dancers who both attend Blackville High School were selected through an audition process… Continue Reading

Blackville Home Hardware in Support of Kraft Hockeyville

The team at Blackville Home Hardware were in full support of the Tom Donovan Arena’s bid for Kraft Hockeyville in Memory of Thomas Dunn last month. The store, located at 80 Main Street, joined dozens of area businesses by wearing their jerseys and posting signs displaying voting information. The arena was successful with their bid,… Continue Reading

Be Prepared for Winter Storm

With a major winter storm forecast for this weekend, the New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization urges people to be prepared for inclement weather. A basic emergency kit should contain the following supplies: Water (two litres per person per day) Non-perishable food (canned and dried goods, energy bars, etc. Replace each year) Manual can opener Wind-up… Continue Reading

Whooper Spring Players to Present Christmas Dinner Theatre

The Whooper Spring Players of Blackville will present their annual Christmas Dinner Theatre at the United Church Center, 143 Main Street on Saturday, December 8th & Sunday, December 9th. The evening begins at 6:00pm with a traditional turkey dinner followed by a two-act comedy entitled “Huntin’ For Christmas Spirit”. Cost of the tickets are $25… Continue Reading

Family-Friendly Play Nounours Wants to Talk at Blackville School

The Kent Family Resource Center and A Family Place, in collaboration with Le Pays de la Saguoine present Nounours Wants to Talk, a play written and directed by Francine Hébert‎. This family-friendly play will be presented at Blackville School on Tuesday, October 23 at 1:00pm and features Nounours of Le Pays de la Sagouine, along… Continue Reading

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