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Indulge in Culinary Delights hether you live here or are just visiting the area, there is lots to see and do in and around Saint John. Our beautiful autumn colours are starting to show and the sculptures produced during the 2014 Sculpture Symposium will soon make their way to their respective communities; fall fairs and farmers markets will close in late October/November but we haven’t rolled up the sidewalks yet – there is still so much to see and do! Fog Lit – Saint John’s literary festival will hold its 2nd annual event Oct 1-4, and the University of New Brunswick will start the fall session of Lorenzo Readings at the Saint John campus. The New Brunswick Museum has great exhibits and programs for all ages and a gift shop that is sure to have something for everyone. Bundle up and come out and join in the great winter activities offered throughout our region. There is snowboarding or downhill skiing at Poley Mountain, about 10 km outside of Sussex, or try the hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country ski trails at Rockwood Park in Saint John, skating at various rinks, or perhaps you might want to try your hand at curling – there are lots of curling clubs around. Although the Fundy Trail Parkway closes to road traffic on October 13th, you can still access the trails for biking, hiking and in the winter, snowshoe-

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ing or cross-country skiing at your leisure. We also have the Saint John Sea Dogs (hockey) and Saint John Mill Rats (basketball) teams, as well as local varsity teams (UNBSJ) and high school sports to watch if you are into spectator sports. It is also a great time to join a new group or club, or take up a new activity to add some life to the winter months ahead. Be sure to check out the different community event calendars for new and exciting things to do and see. Autumn and winter is also a great time to explore the dining experiences that await you in both Saint John and the surrounding areas. Our rich culture is as diversified as our heritage, and so are the dining venues. Come dine with us and tempt your palate with sensational seafood, gourmet burgers, Asian, Greek, German, Lebanese or Italian cuisine, or pop into your favourite pub for a beer and comforting pub food. We have restaurants to suit every taste and what better way to support our local economy than dining at some of these establishments – try something different, be adventurous. We also have a brewpub and several wineries locally that offer a great beer and wine selection. There is so much to see and do here – bundle up and come on out and join in the fun! ~ Carmel Vivier, Editor

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Saint John, New Brunswick – Canada’s Original City – was incorporated 1785 and has grown into a historically-rich and culturally diverse city. Our city offers blend of urban sophistication and east coast charm with our colourful streetscapes, beautiful accessible waterfront, and modern facilities. Breathtaking views of the Bay of Fundy are at our doorstep. Pristine natural parks, and history-lined streets are bustling with art, dining and entertainment inspired by our Maritime charm. Saint John is an all-season destination. There is no shortage of things to do, from enjoying fall hikes or winter snowshoeing at our beautiful parks to taking in a show at the Imperial Threatre or catching a game at Harbour Station. Events are non-stop throughout the fall and winter to enjoy the sights, tastes and sounds of Saint John. Mel K. Norton

Welcome and enjoy your stay in Canada’s Original City.

The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Cathedral is a designated Provincial Heritage Place.  Every year, tens of thousands of people of every nationality and faith enter this Cathedral.  Some visit as tourists but many others actively participate in the life of this magnificent church. No matter the reason, everyone is welcome!   91 Waterloo Street, Saint John, NB E2L 3P9 Tel: (506) 653-6820    Fax: (506) 653-6827   Visiting Hours:  Daily from 8:00 a.m.to 5:00 p.m.  www.dioceseofsaintjohn.org for Mass times.

Rockwood Park. There are lots of activities at Rockwood Park during the fall and

winter months. As part of Stonehammer Geopark, there are over 26 km of trail that is open year round for hiking, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing; ice skating on Lily Lake and pond hockey tournaments are also fun activities, or perhaps a sleigh ride from the Rockwood Park stables. Lily’s Café is also open year round for your dining pleasure. Tel: (506) 658-2883.

IRVING NATURE PARK is a 600 acre site created by J.D. Irving, Limited to help protect an environmen-

tally significant area. It contains the pre-glacial outlet of the St. John River, as well as marine clay containing 12,000 year-old clam shells. There are 11 km (7 mi.) of rugged Bay of Fundy coastline with eight different walking trails of varying lengths, as well as a roadway that encircles the park. A boardwalk that extends into the salt marsh is ideal for bird-watching and you can watch the harbour seals diving for food or sunning on the rocks from the Seal Observation deck. Park staff members offer free guided tours. Sand Cove Road. Fall hours: open daily 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tel: (506) 653-7367 www.jdirving.com

City Market – located in the heart of uptown, the Saint John City Market was built in 1876 and is Canada’s oldest, continuous city market and one of Canada’s National Historic sites. It is open year-round, Monday to Saturday and offers a wide selection of goods and services including unique local gift items, international foods, and a specialty wine store. 47 Charlotte Street, Saint John, NB Tel: (506) 658-2820

New Brunswick Museum Archives & Research Library – 277 Douglas Avenue houses collections, archives, research library and head office and contains thousands of records for genealogy and historical research. Tel: (506) 643-2322 or 1-888-268-9595

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and 60,000 square feet of permanent and temporary exhibition spaces and a wide range of programs and events. There is also a gift shop full of locally made gift items, and books for all ages and interests. Tel: (506) 643-2300 or 1-888-268-9595

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While New Brunswick isn’t the Napa Valley or Anheuser-Busch of the North, we do have our own local, unique hand-crafted wines and beers. WINE Saint John Free Public Library – Market Square offers wheelchair access to all ar-

eas and free computer access for visitors (booking is required). There are extensive genealogy resources, current magazines to browse and many current newspapers from New Brunswick and elsewhere. Closed holidays and Sundays (506) 643-7260. West Branch Library (506) 643-7260, East Branch Library (506) 643-7250, Kennebecasis Public Library (506) 849-5314 and Bibliothèque le Cormoran (506) 658-4610.

The Canada Games Aquatic Centre –This is Saint John’s community pool!

We offer special swims for everyone in a fun and safe environment. Come visit our award winning aquatic facilities and see why “Your Love of Swimming Starts Here!” Tel: (506) 658-4737 www.aquatics.nb.ca

Imperial Theatre – Built in 1913 and fully restored in 1994, the Imperial Theatre offers musical and theatre acts for all to enjoy. Some scheduled events for the fall include Natalie MacMaster (Oct 7), James Mullinger (Oct 9), The Barra MacNeils (Dec. 18) and many more. Check out www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca for more listings. Tel: (506) 674-4100

The Lorenzo Reading Series – UNB Saint John – This is a special year for Lorenzo – it is the 50th Anniversary for UNB Saint John and the 40th Anniversary for the Lorenzo Society. The Lorenzo Society at UNB Saint John sponsors readings by major Canadian authors. The Reading Series schedule can be found at www.unb.ca/ saintjohn/arts/lorenzo/readingseries.html.

There are several wineries in our region that offer exceptionally good wines and almost all of them offer wine tours and tastings in season. Places like Dunhams Run Estate Winery, located in a beautiful setting on the Saint John River at 35 Gorhams Bluff Road on the Kingston Peninsula, offer handcrafted premium wines made from their own organically grown grapes. Also, Gillis of Belleisle Winery at 1826 Route 124, Springfield, is a national awarding winery. If you are interested in following New Brunswick’s winery route, check out this link www.nbliquor.com/documents/wineryroutebrochure.pdf. Check out the events listings for more wine related venues and don’t forget February 2015 is ‘wine’ month in New Brunswick!

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Did you know that Saint John is home to Canada’s oldest independent brewery? Moosehead Brewery first opened its doors in 1867 and so started the craft beer industry. While there are several microbreweries in the province, Big Tide Brewing Company is Saint John’s only brewpub. They have been brewing hand-crafted, all natural ales and lagers on-site since 2009. Located in the heart of the historic district (47 Princess Street) they have a high quality food menu that reflects, and perfectly complements the flavours of their beers. Big Tide has chosen to name their beers in celebration of the region’s heritage and culture. Names like Fogbound Hemp Pale, Seaworthy IPA, Confederation Cream Ale, Celtic Mist Irish Red Ale, Benedict Arnold Extra Special Bitter, and Sandpiper Pilsner are just a few you will find on-tap at the Big Tide Brewing Company. You can check out their complete brewing selection at www.bigtidebrew. com/content/241726. Come out and raise a few!

Saint John Sea Dogs are part of the Maritimes Division of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and play at Harbour Station. For their complete schedule, check out www.saintjohnseadogs.com/. www.harbourstation.ca Tel: (506) 657-1234 Toll Free: 1-800-267-2800 (NB, NS, PE and ME)

Saint John Millrats are a professional basketball team and part of the National Basketball League of Canada. They are entering their sixth year of professional basketball and the third year in Saint John. All home games are played at Harbour Station. For a complete schedule check out www.millratsbasketball.ca.

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SAINT JOHN AND THE SURROUNDING AREA have so much to offer in the way of dining. From home-style country meals to sophisticated dining - there is a wide selection of restaurants and eateries to choose from. Uptown food tours provide a way to sample a variety of restaurants and Chop Chop week (Oct 27-Nov 2) will see over 20 restaurants participating this year with food to please any palate. Whatever type of dining experience you are looking for can be found right here in the Saint John area. From award winning chefs to gourmet burgers, we have it all! Come on out and try our local cuisine and you will be sure to come back!

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DINING OUT Restaurants & More BIG TIDE BREWING COMPANY

Located in the heart of historic uptown, this establishment is Saint John’s one and only brewpub serving up a quality selection of beer (hand-crafted on site) and a unique mixture of traditional and modern pub fare (served until closing). Starting in July come and enjoy our “Weekend Brunch” Sat & Sun 10 am - 3 pm. Open Monday to Friday, 11 am until 12 midnight; Saturday, 10 am until 12 midnight. Sunday, 10 am until 9 pm. 47 Princess Street, Saint John Tel: (506) 214-3311 www.bigtidebrew.com

CASINO NEW BRUNSWICK An exciting assortment of venues and cuisine to satisfy any craving and budget – from buffet to a la carte choices, gourmet cuisine and pub fare. At our Moose’s Wild Pub, we offer great pub food along with New Brunswick’s favourite brewery products as a perfect complement to our pub menu. Join us in Moose’s Wild Pub on Friday & Saturday nights from 10:00pm to 1:00am, to enjoy the finest in FREE, live entertainment. At our Rue 333 bar in the middle of the action, you can play your favourite video slots, enjoy a drink with friends and watch the action, or enjoy a meal from the Moose’s Wild menu. Join us and experience one of Moncton’s top destinations for great dining and service. With two restaurants and two exciting bars to choose from, we invite you to be our guests at casino New Brunswick to experience dining like never before! Moncton, NB Toll Free: 1-877-859-7775 Tel: (506) 859-7770 www.casinonb.ca

Saint John Ale House (SJAH)

owner Peter Stoddard and executive chef Jesse Vergen have teamed up to make SJAH one of Canada’s top 50 restaurants in 2013 and winner of March 2014 OpenTable Diner’s Choice Award. Focusing on local ingredients plays a large part in the restaurant’s appeal. “We love to support local business and industry, and our menu changes regularly with the seasons, be it fishing, wild foraged, local farmers, or just what might be available” says Stoddard. From appetizers to main course selections to desert, their menu has endless possibilities for supporting local suppliers. SJAH menu has something for everyone, served in a relaxed atmosphere. They also have their own “Moosehead Cask Conditioned Ale” and “Cask IPA” developed by SJAH and hand-brewed by Moosehead Brewery. That’s keeping it local folks! Be adventurous, come out and try something local! 1 Market Square, Saint John, NB. 8

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CORA’S BREAKFAST AND LUNCH

The best in local food, beer & wine. SJAH.CA | 506.657.2337

Two locations uptown Brunswick Square Level 3 and East Parkway Mall. There is a wide variety of delicious foods for breakfast or lunch. Servings of fresh fruit, oatmeal, French toast, waffles, crepes, and eggs cooked the way you like them and much more. Saint John, Uptown Tel: (506) 634-2672 East Tel: (506) 693-7999 www.chezcora.com

MAPLE LEAF QUEEN’S BUFFET

was founded as a A-la-carte restaurant in Clair, NB in 1951. Their specialty was Canadian food; they later added Chinese cuisine and a small buffet table. Dedicated to excellent customer service their welcoming staff will make sure you enjoy every minute spent in their stress-free restaurant. Take-out & Delivery available, Gift Certificates and discount rates for children and seniors. Birthday celebration packages you will never forget. 212 McAllister Drive, Saint John, NB Tel: (506) 672-3888 www.mapleleafqueensbuffet.ca

MEDITERRANEAN RESTAURANT

“Saint John’s finest in Family Dining since 1971”. Known for their delicious sirloin tips, Greek, Italian and Canadian cuisine and the use of only fresh ingredients. Open Mon. to Sat 11:am-10: pm. Sun. 12 noon-8:pm. 419 Rothesay Avenue, Saint John Tel: (506) 634-3183 www.medrestaurant.com

GRECO PIZZA is a proven product innovator being

the first to market Thick ‘n’ Crispy Pan Pizzas, Oven Subs® Flipwich™ and Cinnastrips™. Award winning marketing campaigns and service programs such as the PizzaNumber® Greco’s one number telephone system 310-3030, 30 minute delivery guarantee in Grecoville® and debit at your door have resulted in making Greco Pizza Atlantic Canada’s #1 choice for Pizza. 4 locations - Saint John North & West, Rothesay & St. Martins. www.greco.ca

SAINT JOHN ALE HOUSE (SJAH)

Located on the Saint John waterfront, celebrity Chef Jesse Vergen creates in-season dishes as well as progressive pub fare (with a flare) in a casual, relaxed dining room or lower level pub. SJAH menu and daily specials use locally grown produce, as well as New Brunswick meats and fish whenever possible. 1 Market Square, Saint John, NB Tel: (506) 657-2337 www.saintjohnalehouse.com

SAMPAN CHINESE RESTAURANT

Features combos and family dinners all week and weekends. Dim Sum - Steam, fried and deep fried. Hours: Sun-Sat 11:30 am - 10:00 pm. Lancaster Plaza, 638 Manawagonish Road, Saint John, NB. Tel: (506) 672-9050 www.restaurantica.com/nb/saint-john/ sampan-restaurant/23105614

VITO’S RESTAURANTS Vito’s was established by three brothers in 1972. You can’t go wrong with a visit to one of Saint John’s premier foodservice establishments, once you’ve tried the food you’ll realize it will still be an institution for years to come. www.vitos.ca 324 Rothesay Avenue, Saint John 1 Hazen Avenue, Saint John Tel: (506) 634-3900 111 Hampton Road, Rothesay

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SCULPTURE

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On November 11th at the 11th hour, Canada will once again pause for two minutes of silence to honour and remember the Canadian military men and women who have served, and those who continue to serve during times of war, and as peace keepers. These Remembrance Day ceremonies are repeated at thousands of cenotaphs across the country, and mark the anniversary of the official end of World War I on November 11, 1918. Canadian singer and songwriter Terry Kelly reminds us in his song: Take two minutes, would you mind? It’s a pittance of time For the boys and the girls who went over In peace may they rest, may we never forget why they died. It’s a pittance of time.

2014 SCULPTURES AND WHERE THEY CAN BE FOUND Karin Van Ommeren Roots St. Andrews

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Door to Dreams NBCC Campus Saint John

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Jim Boyd

Sense of Place Sussex

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Hitoshi Tanaka

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Window on the Waterfront Saint John Waterfront

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Harbour Lights Campaign

2014 will mark the 102nd Empty Stocking Fund campaign sponsored by the Telegraph Journal. The telethon features children from Saint John and the outlaying areas performing songs to raise funds for those less fortunate children in our area. Last year the telethon received donations in excess of $200,000!

The Harbour Lights Campaign raises money each year for food banks in Southern New Brunswick – from St. Stephen to Sussex. The Harbour Lights campaign is sponsored by CBC Saint John in partnership with Port Saint John. Last year the campaign raised $149,000 for foodbanks.

The Empty Stocking Fund is one of Canada’s oldest newspaper-sponsored Christmas appeals and will hold its annual 8 hour telethon 12:00pm-8:00pm on Saturday, November 22nd, 2014 at Saint John High School. Tel: 1-800-332-3329 & Watch Live Stream at www.emptystockingfund.ca

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The wearing of a red poppy has become a Canadian tradition for Remembrance Day and is offered by Royal Canadian Legions across Canada for donations in support of needy veterans and their families. Legions throughout New Brunswick will have the poppies available two weeks before Remembrance Day. Please Support! St. George (Legion Branch No. 40), in addition to Remembrance Day services, last year hung banners bearing the names and service photos of veterans from the community on light posts around the town. The City of Saint John invites all to gather at Harbour Station for Remembrance Day ceremonies on November 11th. Doors will open at 9:45am and the parade assembles at 10:15am. The public is asked to be in their seats before 10:40am when the ceremony starts. Please check local event calendars for Remembrance Day ceremonies in your area. “When you go home, tell them of us and say For their tomorrow we gave our today.” ~ John Maxwell Edmonds

Each year Port Saint John installs a giant Christmas tree made of hundreds of twinkling lights near the Saint John Harbour. Each two dollar donation to the campaign, lights a bulb. And as December progresses bulb by bulb the tree is lit. When the financial goal is met, the star on top is lit up, too! CBC Saint John and Port Saint John will hold the 18th annual Harbour Lights campaign Dec. 1- Dec. 24, 2014. Tel: (506) 632-7720

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“In Flanders Fields the poppies blow, between the crosses, row on row…”

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By Plane. Saint John is a 45 minute flight from Halifax, a one-hour from Montreal, and two-hours from Toronto. Air Canada provides several daily direct flights to Toronto, Montreal and Halifax. The Saint John Airport is located 16 kilometres from the centre of Greater Saint John.

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Hospital Foundation toward the “Laboratory Medicine for the Oncology Department”. You can download a pledge sheet at www.fundytrailparkway.com. Tel: 1-866-386-3987

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This kitchen party is every Sunday 1pm-4pm at the Bayside Community Hall, St. Andrews, NB, this is Country and Bluegrass music. Entry fee is $2. Come perform, dance or relax and listen. Contact Frank Tel: (506) 466-9106

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Fog Lit Festival | Oct. 1-5 Fog Lit Festival offers an

exciting lineup of mainstream events, workshops and writing contests for all ages. It brings together aspiring and established writers, and readers of all ages to foster literacy while celebrating a love of reading and writing. www.foglitfestival.wordpress.com/

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HOTEL • SPA CASINO • DINING

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Calendar of

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Concerts, Festivals & Cultural Events Saint John & Beyond

Fundy Foodie | May – November 15th

“A walk through the Saint John City Market is a Movable Feast for the senses”. Take a 2 hour walking “food” tour through Canada’s oldest continuously operating market. Tours are daily (except Sunday) at 2pm, meeting at the Charlotte Street entrance of the City Market. You will visit four vendors and restaurant proprietors, sampling unique local food in Saint John’s historic City Market. Call Freedom Tours & Travel Tel: (506) 632-1012/1-800-561-2324 to book your tour.

Queen Square Farmers Market

Sept 21 Every Sunday until October 19th at Saint John’s Queen Square, South End. This open air market focuses on local, healthy, environmentally friendly, ethnically diverse, and high quality goods. Tel: (506) 898-0200

St. Stephen Farmers Market

Concerts, Festivals & Cultural Events Saint John & Beyond

Sept 26 – the last market date of 2014. Local crafters will be selling a wide variety of homemade and handmade items. Tel: (506) 466-3272

Harvesting the Arts Festival | Sept 27th

The 11th Annual Harvesting the Arts Festival takes place at several venues including King Square and Loyalist Plaza open air markets (check out abstract artist Adrian Nadeau’s work) as well as ‘Open Doors’ in which local shops such as Printworks Screen Printing (89 Canterbury St.) will show their ‘art in action’. Come out and watch as artisans create their one-of-a-kind masterpieces. www.fusionsj.com/#!harvesting-the-arts-festival

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

September 27 – 2:00pm, 91 Waterloo St. As part of Saint John’s Harvesting the Arts Festival, Cantabile is performing in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Architectural tours will also be offered from 9:30 AM-1:30 PM. Tel: (506) 653-6967

Fundy Trail Cancer Walk | September 27

A healthy walk for a great cause! The Fundy Trail Cancer Walk is to help raise funds for the Saint John Regional

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winery tours, Uptown walking tours and River cruises. There are several tours to chose from this fall and winter – “Saint John Uncorked”- Uptown wine and beer walking tour various dates; Oktoberfest Cruise Oct. 4th (beer tasting river cruise on the St. John River); and a Holiday Tour in November and December with visits to wineries and artisan studios for holiday shopping and plans are in the making for a Winter Wine Fest (Feb. 7, 14 & 28). Tel: (506) 324-4644.

Sussex Fall Foliage Tour | Oct 11

Sussex Fall Foliage Tour – Bring your camera, friends and a sense of adventure. Meet at Smitty’s Restaurant (110 Main Street, Sussex). Departure Time is 1:00 pm. Deadline to register is Wednesday, October 8th. Cost is $33.00 per person which includes a delicious turkey dinner at Smitty’s at the end of the tour. Community Services Department Tel: (506) 432-4573 to register and for more details.

at Kingsbrae Garden and everybody’s favourite - the Saturday Night Sociable. Hosted this year at the New Brunswick Community College, come taste tempting dishes from some of New Brunswick’s best chefs and food producers. After dinner plan to ‘kick up your heels and dance the night away” (taking the ‘sock hop’ to a whole new level!) For complete detail and to purchase tickets visit www.indulgenb.com.

Saint John Gallery Hop Night | Oct 17

The last gallery hop for the 2014 season - Meet artists, view exciting new exhibitions, and socialize with friends and acquaintances. Public Galleries (4-6pm): City of Saint John Gallery, 20 Peel Plaza; Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South; Library Millennium Artplace, 1 Market Square; New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square; and Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza. Commercial Galleries (5-8pm): Citadel Gallery, 162 Charlotte Street; Handworks Gallery, 12 King Street; Harrison House Gallery, 38 Coburg Street; Klausen Framing & Gallery, 106 Prince William Street; Jones Gallery, 73 Duke Street; Peter Buckland Gallery, 35 Duke Street; and Trinity Gallery, 128 Germain Street. Tel: (506) 633-9797

Creative Drop in | October & November

Sunbury Shores Arts & Nature Centre, 139 Water St, St Andrews, NB, is pleased to offer Pottery, Painting, and Drawing classes throughout October (Friday’s 10am2pm) and November (Saturday’s 10am-2pm). Tel: (506) 529-3386 or visit www.sunburyshores.org

Ministers Island: GHOST BUS Tour

October 25. 5pm-7pm This special two hour ghost tour of Ministers Island in St. Andrews is available by advanced ticket only. Meet at HMS Transportation at 4:45 pm 260 Water St., St. Andrews. Come as you are or dress up!!! For more information or inquiries about group and specialty tours, Tel: (506) 529-5081 or visit the website at www.ministersisland.net

Ron Hynes | October 13 – 6:30-10:30pm

CHOP CHOP! | Oct 27 – Nov 2 Discover the variety

St. Martins Vendors and Crafters Event

NOVEMBER 2014

Legendary Newfoundland songwriter and singer Ron Hynes will be performing at Callahan’s Pub. 2 Princess Street, Saint John, NB Tel: (506) 634-0366

2pm-5pm Start shopping for Christmas! Check out new fall products from local vendors and crafters at St. Martins Community Hall. Contact Janelle Tel: (506) 651-9384

Indulge | Oct 17-19 – St. Andrews – Indulge, New Brunswick’s food and wine festival in St. Andrews by-the-Sea, will host a Friday Night Cocktail Kick-off, Saturday Afternoon Wine Trail, nightly Chef’s Tasting Dinners, Wine/Beer & Cheese Pairings, “Harvest Feast”

and quality of Uptown dining! Our chefs and restaurants invite you to taste your way through “Chop Chop.” Over 20 participating restaurants offer week-long unique menu options and special pricing. Tel: (506) 633-9797

Pioneer Christmas Craft Sale | Nov 6-8 Annual popular pre-holiday shopping event at Brunswick Square Shopping Centre, 39 King Street. Great ideas for gifts with three floors of vendors. Open Nov. 6. 9am-8pm / Nov. 7: 9:30am-8pm Nov. 8: 9:30am-6pm. Tel: (506) 658-1000

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Calendar of

EVENTS

Concerts, Festivals & Cultural Events Saint John & Beyond

Rhoda’s Christmas Festival | Nov 14-16

Harbour Station, Saint John. Shop for crafts, antiques, art and food – there’s something for everyone! Find a gift for everyone on your list! Tel: (506) 658-1232 or visit www.harbourstation.ca/events.

Saint John Santa Claus Parade and Pre-Parade Party | Nov. 15

Join the 62nd Annual Santa Claus Parade in Uptown Saint John. Parade volunteers will be collecting non-perishables for the Food Bank, gently used children’s coats for Coats For Kids, and of course…letters for Santa! Come out and enjoy the all-day, pre-parade party at the Market Square Atrium. Tel: (506) 658-3600.

Quispamsis Annual Christmas Tree Lighting

November 19, 7pm – 8pm Join the Quispamsis Mayor and Council at the annual tree lighting ceremony at the Arts & Culture Park – 14 Landing Court, Quispamsis, NB. Refreshments and a special visit from Santa are also included in this magical evening. This event is free of charge. Storm Date: Thursday, November 20th. Tel: (506) 849-5778

Saint John Annual Christmas Tree Lighting

Nov. 21 6pm-8pm Join us for carol singing and a visit from Santa Claus, as we light our City tree at Loyalist Plaza. Tel: (506) 658-2990

Empty Stocking Fund | Nov. 22 Come join the

Empty Stocking Fund at Market Square for a full day of music as it celebrates 102 years of kids helping kids. This is a musical telethon raising money to provide children in the Saint John area a happy holiday. Tel 1-800-332-3329

Kennebecasis Valley Santa Claus Parade

November 22, 6pm – 8pm The Towns of Quispamsis and Rothesay will be hosting the 16th Annual Kennebecasis Valley Santa Claus Parade on Saturday, November 22nd.Your letter for Santa and a non-perishable food item for the KV Food Basket will be picked up by volunteers along the parade route. Storm Date: Sunday, November 23rd. Tel: (506) 849-5778

T’was the Month Before Christmas | November 28-29

Come and join the fun at The Algonquin Resort in St. Andrews. The holidays are coming a ho-ho-whole month early. Join top celebrities – Designer Karl Lohnes and Chef Michael Smith for a full weekend of tips, trends, interactive fun and fabulous food while learning how to prepare for the holiday season you’ve always dreamed of. Choose from a series of workshops and demos on holiday home décor, cooking, wine tasting and crafting as well as interactive dinner events and dancing 184 Adolphus St. St Andrews, NB, Canada www.twasthemonthbeforechristmas.ca Christmas Dinner Comedy November 29, 6:30pm – 8:30pm Get your tickets now for the Christmas Dinner Comedy event featuring admired comedian James Mullinger!! This awesome evening of great food, beverages, and many HO-HO-HOs is being held Saturday, November 29th in the

qplex Conference Centre. Tickets ($45/person) are available soon in the qplex Administration Office. Tel: (506) 848-5900. QPlex Recreation Centre, 20 Randy Jones Way, Quispamsis, NB

DECEMBER 2014

PROGRAMS AT THE MUSEUM

Quispamsis Christmas Craft Fair

December 7, 11am – 4pm This is a wonderful opportunity to pick up that perfect gift for that someone special on your Christmas list. Free parking and admission. The craft fair features fine quality products created by local crafters and artisans. Enjoy an outing to this beautiful venue during the Christmas season. Booth registration forms can be found at www.qplex. quispamsis.ca. Tel: (506) 848-5905 QPlex Recreation Centre, 20 Randy Jones Way, Quispamsis, NB

Participate in the Explorer Saturdays at the NBM! Explorer Saturdays are every month with special themes occurring each month. This family adventure is for the young and young at heart. Experience a full day of activities including art instruction, hands-on discovery tours, crafts, cooking and more!

Saint John New Year’s Eve Celebration – Market Square

Dec. 31-Jan 1 Happy New Year! Witness the sparkle and excitement as the Boardwalk comes alive as Saint John rings in the New Year. Join us for this much anticipated free, annual family event at Market Square. On the Boardwalk you’ll enjoy live entertainment and of course, fireworks at the stroke of midnight! Enjoy the ice bars, heated patios and underground parking to keep you toasty. Tel: (506) 658-3600

From October-March every Thursday (6:30pm-8:00pm) participate in Heritage Crafting Evenings free at the museum foyer. NBM offers free admission during the annual events celebrated at the museum and on Thursdays and Sundays during the month of February. March break is all month long at the museum with engaging, educational, hands-on activities throughout the day including a craft hour.

FEBRUARY 2015

Uncorked Tours – Winter Wine Fest

February 7, 14, 28, 2015. Come out and join in the fun for Wine Month in New Brunswick. Tel: (506) 324-4644.

Saint John Wine Fair | February 22, 2015. Join

the fun at the 12th annual Saint John Wine Fair in support of the Canadian Red Cross. Enjoy an assortment of wines, micro-breweries, hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, cheese sampling, caviar and sturgeon, the always popular Ganong chocolate fountain, door prizes and more. Come out and sip, socialize and support a great cause! Trade & Convention Centre, 1 Market Square. www.redcross.ca Tel: (506) 674-6200

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A Canadian national greeting service that provides free services to over 500 communities throughout Canada. Local businesses assist families with lifestyle changes, such as moving to a new location, getting married, having a child, becoming an executive, manager or professional and becoming new grandparents.

1 844-299-2466 www.welcomewagon.ca

The New Brunswick Museum (NBM), Canada’s oldest

continuing museum, provides a remarkable introduction to New Brunswick’s rich cultural history, diverse natural environment, and fine and decorative arts. Visitors will discover stories of New Brunswick’s past and present through creative exhibitions, and engaging events. Follow the footsteps of ancient creatures as you travel through geological time. Learn about the Bay of Fundy– whale sightings guaranteed (full sized models of course)! From wooden ships to fine art and international treasures – there is lots to experience at NBM. There are fifteen galleries to explore, five of which are changing exhibitions. The museum offers unique hands-on themed programmes led by trained staff, guided tours, art workshops, hands-on activities in the Discovery Gallery and a unique giftshop. Your day pass to the museum ensures you can plan your day to capture all of the excitement.

Make the fun last all year with a membership to the Museum! You can join anytime. Museum membership offers any family many wonderful opportunities for fun and learning all year long. Free admission to the museum for a full year, discount at the Museum Shop (10%), on workshops and special programmes, facility rentals, summer camps and more are among the many benefits of being a member. For more information visit www.nbm-mnb.ca or call 1-888-268-9595.

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Rest Easy ACCOMMODATIONS AMSTERDAM INN & SUITES

Located in Quispamsis, it is conveniently located off Highway #1 (Exit 141) between Saint John and Sussex. It offers wheelchair access and is the closest accommodations to the Saint John Airport. They offer modern amentities including a fitness centre and salt water swimming pool. 114 Millennium Drive, Quispamsis, NB Tel: (506) 849-8050

BEST WESTERN PLUS Saint John Hotel & Suites

This new Saint John hotel is located across from McAllister Place Mall and offers free hot buffet breakfast, an indoor swimming pool and fitness center. 55 Majors Brook Drive, Saint John www.bestwestern.com Tel: 1 877 902-0870

CASINO NEW BRUNSWICK

A world-class property located in Moncton next to Magnetic Hill, very accessible and conveniently located (off the Trans-Canada Highway, Mountain Road at Magnetic Hill Exit #450, Moncton, NB). Hotel Casino New Nouveau Brunswick is approximately 10 minutes from the Greater Moncton International Airport. 21 Casino Drive, Moncton NB Magnetic Hill Exit 450 Tel: (506) 859-7770 1 877 859-7775 www.CasinoNB.ca

DELTA BRUNSWICK HOTEL

Located in the heart of uptown, above Brunswick Square shopping complex, it is connected by an indoor walkway to Market Square, the Saint John Trade and Convention Centre and Saint John City Market. 39 King Street, Saint John Tel: 1 888 890-3222 www.deltahotels.com

CHIPMAN HILL SUITES Chipman Hill provides quality furnished suites and apartments. Smoke free buildings. Downtown accommodations. Free guest laundry and high speed internet in all rooms–daily and monthly rates available. Tel: (506) 693-1171 suites@chipmanhill.com

JUST SAY NO TO WHEAT - COOKBOOK

If you are living with a gluten intolerance or a celiac this is a must have. This is so much more than just a cookbook as I not only share my favourite recipes, but also the knowledge I have learned along the way about living a life where you “just say no to wheat!”. To buy my book visit www.Justaskjanice.com

HILTON SAINT JOHN

MARKET SQUARE

Hilton Saint John is the only 4.5 star full service hotel situated on the Saint John Harbour Waterfront. It is close to shopping and dining, and is connected by an indoor walkway to Market Square. One Market Square Saint John, NB Tel: (506) 693-8484

A cornerstone of Uptown Saint John. A unique blend of shops, restaurants, spa and museum. Operating on a 365-day basis, there’s something for everyone from business travelers to convention delegates, to families enjoying a trip to Canada’s oldest incorporated city.Tel: (506) 658-3600 www.marketsquaresj.com

NEW BRUNSWICK MUSEUM GIFT SHOP

HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS HOTEL & SUITES

Conveniently located near the famous Reversing Rapids with easy access to the best of Saint John amenities and attractions. 400 Main Street & Chesley Drive, Saint John www.hiexpress.com Tel: (506) 642-2622

BRUNSWICK SQUARE

With over 60 shops and services featured on three levels - from locally owned boutiques to nationally recognized brands - we offer retail pleasure for all. We are your Inside Connection to Shopping, Dining, and Entertainment. Experience “The Next Level of Style” at Brunswick Square! Tel: (506) 658-1000 www.brunswicksquare.ca

COCO BEACH TANNING, AESTHETIC & MASSAGE STUDIO

CHÂTEAU SAINT JOHN HOTEL & SUITES

Conveniently located just minutes from city centre at exit 123 off highway 1. Free Hot Breakfast buffet, free high speed internet, 112 luxurious European décor rooms, fitness and business centre, meeting rooms/ catering available, lounge. 369 Rockland Road, Saint John Tel: (506) 644-4444 1 877 772-4040 www.chateausaintjohn.ca

Shop ‘til You Drop

Beautiful Suites

in historic uptown buildings.

Coco Beach Tanning, Aesthetic & Massage Studio provides a wide variety of services. We offer professional spray tans, registered massage therapy, hydro water massage bed and full spa services including eyelash extensions ear & nose piercing. We are a certified Eminence Organic Salon and use this incredible product for our facials and pedicures! Lancaster Mall Hours Mon – Sat 9:00am – 9:00pm & Sunday 12:00-5:00 Tel: (506) 672-1112 Join our Facebook Group for Regular Specials and Last Minute Spa Deals!

NEW BRUNSWICK MUSEUM, at 1 Market Square, provides a remarkable opportunity to discover our history, natural sciences, fine and decorative arts, to see whales, explore New Brunswick’s shipbuilding heritage, learn about the Bay of Fundy high tides or see evidence of a unique geological history. Tel: (506) 643-2300 www.nbm-mnb.ca

THE URBAN SHOE MYTH

The Urban Shoe Myth is a women’s shoe and handbag boutique, located Uptown Saint John, New Brunswick. We bring fun and fabulous footwear to Saint John and provide a shopping experience likened to New York or Toronto. We carry many different brands of footwear and handbags from across the world, ranging from sizes 5 to 11. Mon-Wed 10:am-6:pm, Thur-Fri 10:am-8:pm, Sat 10:am-6:pm, Sun (Dec) 12 noon-5:pm. 78 King Street Tel: (506) 642-4222 Check us out on Facebook and at www.theurbanshoemyth.com

Double from $85 Queen from $95 King from $105

Special rates for monthly stays Kitchenette, private bath, phone, cable, and free wireless internet included Laundry facilities on-site • Totally non-smoking

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Leave Them On

Chipman Hill Suites

76 Union Street, Saint John 693-1171 • 1-877-859-3919 • www.chipmanhill.com Reservations appreciated Visa, Mastercard and Amex accepted

78 King Street, Saint John 506-642-4222 www.theurbanshoemyth.com The Urban Shoe Myth

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Saint John TIDE OCTOBER

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