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New Brunswick’s

See Saint John & Beyond

SCULPTURE TRAIL aint John is very proud to be part of the International Sculpture Trail created by New Brunswick and the State of Maine. From August 7 September 20, 2014, Saint John will again host the New Brunswick International Sculpture Symposium, and the public is encouraged to come and watch as these artists create their masterpieces on the Saint John waterfront. Locations for the finished artwork from Sculpture Saint John 2014 symposium will be Sussex, Hampton,

Saint John (2), Grand Bay-Westfield, Black’s Harbour, St. Andrews and St. Stephen. The artists participating in Sculpture Saint John 2014 come from Australia, Japan, France, Republic of Georgia, Bulgaria, Italy and New Brunswick. As a lead-in to Sculpture Saint John 2014, we have chosen to dedicate this issue to the six sculptures created as part of the 2012 symposium, which are as unique as the communities where they are located. ~Carmel Vivier, Editor

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Summer 2014 Vol.13 No.1 EDITOR & PHOTOGRAPHER Carmel Vivier carmelv@nbnet.nb.ca DESIGN & LAYOUT Corey Dickinson corey.dickinson@rogers.com SENIOR ACCOUNT MANAGER & DISTRIBUTION Wendy Morton sales@seesaintjohn.com PUBLISHER Marshall L. Armstrong travel@seesaint john.com PROVINCIAL PUBLICATIONS LTD. 61 Pitt Street Saint John NB  E2L 2V7 Tel: (506) 721-9944 See Saint John & Beyond Magazine is a member of the Saint John Board of Trade & Hospitality Saint John. Printed in Atlantic Canada. ISSN 1496-838X See Saint John While every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, the publisher cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions which may inadvertently occur. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is strictly prohibited.

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Sculpture Symposium.................. 5 Calendar of Events....................... 10 See you at the Market................. 12 Dining Out...................................... 13 Uptown Saint John Map............. 14 Greater Saint John Map.............. 16 Beyond Saint John Map............. 18 See the Great Outdoors.............. 18 Accommodations........................20 Shopping........................................ 21 Tide Table.......................................22 SUMMER 2014

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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. We are excited to welcome artists from across the globe for Sculpture Saint John. Saint John boasts an outstanding collection of public art and we are proud to be a part of the sculpture trail. Welcome and enjoy your stay in Canada’s Original City.

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Sitting on a slight rise on the left as you enter the Saint John campus of the University of New Brunswick is Jhon Gogaberishvili’s sculpture First Day. Its location could also symbolize the beginning of creating a path or career by obtaining a solid education to all who attend the university. “From the centre of the work, as if from exploding stones, organic forms are born - a sign of life. Within its exploding sculptural environment an abstract modern connotation is created, through which a spectator can discover his or her message...” says Gogaberishvili.

If you look up to the left as you exit off Mount Pleasant Avenue onto South Lake Drive at the entrance to Rockwood Park, you will see artist Hiroyuki Asano’s sculpture, Sunshine and Moonlight Over Saint John. The artist’s theme for this sculpture is ‘expressing time and the passage of time’. “Because the sunshine and moonlight will always shine in Saint John, the holes also create changing shadows over time” says Asano. In his own words “I often think that ancient times can be seen in stone, if the other side is seen. This is one of the reasons why I make holes in the stone; the holes represent holes in time.”

In his own words “First Day is associated with the initial roots of creation, the birth of life - as if time has started only from that moment.”

First Day Jhon Gogaberishvili - Republic of Georgia

Sunshine and Moonlight Over Saint John Hiroyuki Asano - Japan SUMMER 2014

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William J. Bishop Mayor (506) 848-6662

Welcome to Rothesay, New Brunswick Welcome to Rothesay, New Brunswick

Welcome to Quispamsis, New Brunswick

Situated in the beautiful Kennebecasis Valley, Rothesay Situated in thea beautiful Kennebecasis Valley Rothesay is primarily is primarily residential community, rich in history and a well known for its people and quality ofknown life. Our Town of and residential community, rich in history and well for its people 12,000 of theofmost attractive environments quality ofhas life.one Our Town 12,000 has one ofliving the most attractive living in Atlantic Canada, andCanada, the Town Council seeks to provide environments in Atlantic and the Town Council seeks to provide an exemplary level of service its citizens. an exemplary level of service to its to citizens.

Quispamsis is one of New Brunswick’s fastest growing communities, a suburban retreat nestled in the scenic Kennebecasis Valley, minutes from Saint John. Like the majestic Kennebecasis River that flows beside, Quispamsis has a dynamic energy and progressive spirit unlike anywhere else.

Rothesay amenities include restaurants, parks, beach sites, Rothesay amenities include parks,Ifbeach sites, wharves, wharves, hiking trails andrestaurants, playgrounds. you are visiting hiking trailsyou and playgrounds. If you are visiting our Town can take our Town can take a casual walk through the you Rothesay a casual walk through thecontribution Rothesay Common and see our contribution Common and see our to the sculpture trail. to theArk sculpture trail. The Arkby was sculptured Jo Kley of Germany The was sculptured Mr. Jo Kley by of Mr. Germany and and reminds that ourcivilization civilization isisbased upon, among other things, reminds us us that our based upon, among other things, water, rocks, and community. water, rocks, and community.

Quispamsis is a progressive, vibrant community. It offers many attractive residential opportunities for all types of family units. Abundant recreational areas, quality schools, places of worship, retail and professional services are all within the Kennebecasis Valley.

William J. Bishop Mayor 848-6662

Murray Driscoll Mayor (506) 849-5992

The town’s offers movies and music in the Arts and Culture Park during the summer and outdoor skating during the winter.The qplex is home to an 1100-seat NHL-size arena, outdoor swimming pool, walking track and conference centre. It is always a hub of activity. The town’s new orange and blue logo, which features the sun, the river, rolling hills, trees and trails, is a fresh, modern design that represents a forward-thinking community and a family-friendly active lifestyle in a beautiful, natural environment.

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Located on the Rothesay Commons, artist Jo Kley’s sculpture Ark pays homage to Rothesay’s rich shipbuilding past. Situated between two footbridges it can be easily seen by all who pass by. “I tried to shape the boat as roughly as possible, to form an archetype of a boat, just as I formed an archetype of a tower. A rising tower, a symbol of Rothesay, is sailing on a nutshell-like boat that rocks in the waves” says Kley. This sculpture brings a sense of community, built on the past and looking forward to the future.

In a tranquil setting just in back of the open-air stage at the Quispamsis Town Park, you’ll find artist Agnessa Petrova’s magnificent sculpture Cascade. Petrova created a sculpture reflected the rich legacy of the areas forests and abundance of waterways. “Our town was energized by the symposium. The sculpture’s lasting impact is appreciated every day as people stop to admire this wonderful piece of art,” says Mayor Driscoll.

In his own words - “Being located along the banks of the Kennebecasis River, Rothesay is a good, indeed idyllic, place to live; its inhabitants are very lucky people.”

In her own words - “...I often use wave shapes...For me, these shapes are the most immediate and exciting way to express the powerful and harmonious energy of life.”

Ark Jo Kley - Germany

Cascade Agnessa Petrova - Bulgaria

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Welcome to the New historic and beautiful Welcome to Rothesay, Brunswick Town of Grand Bay-Westfield!

Welcome to St. George, New Brunswick. Nestled on the banks around the estuary of the Magaguadavic River, St. George proudly proclaims its Loyalist origins in its name. While the title the “Granite Town” recalls its past as a centre of the granite industry, the town also looks forward as a service center for the aquaculture and tourism industries.

Situated ininthe beautifulNew Kennebecasis Valleyalong Rothesay is primarily Located southern Brunswick, the scenic St. a residential community, rich in history and well knownisfor its people and John River, our community’s unique identity strongly quality ofinlife. Our Town ofour 12,000 has one of the most rooted our people, surroundings, and ourattractive rich living environments in Atlantic Canada, and the Town Council seeks to provide history. an exemplary level of service to its citizens.

Grace Losier Mayor

Grand Bay-Westfield offers the best of urban and rural New Brunswick, both an active localwharves, Rothesay amenitiesencompassing include restaurants, parks, beach sites, business and access tovisiting largerour local andyou can take hiking trailscommunity and playgrounds. If you are Town regional markets. Minutes away from Uptown Saint John, a casual walk through the Rothesay Common and see our contribution Grand Bay-Westfield has fast and convenient access to a to the sculpture trail. The Ark was sculptured by Mr. Jo Kley of Germany variety of business, personal, and government services. and reminds us that our civilization is based drive upon, among other things, With the American border a one-hour away on water, rocks, and community. recently upgraded highways, companies and businesses in Grand Bay-Westfield and area have access to the largest William J.ofBishop market its kind in North America. Mayor

www.town.grandbay-westfield.nb.ca

We are proud of our community and we encourage you to 848-6662 browse our website to see for yourself. On behalf of Town Council and our residents, I would like to welcome you to the Town of Grand-Bay-Westfield and hope you’ll take advantage of all we have to offer.

In September of 2012, Radoslave Sultov’s sculpture Rivergate was installed at Brundage Point in Town of Grand Bay-Westfield, next to the Westfield Ferry crossing. As a participant in the Sculpture Saint John (2012), Sultov visited the area where the sculpture was to be located in order to get a ‘feel’ for the place. In his statement about Rivergate and the process of creating it, Sultov said, “The interplay between the rough rock and the geometric pattern is like the water-land boundary...the whirl structure frames a focal point to the beautiful river panorama.” Sultov selected this specific location in order to ensure the vantage point of viewing the St. John River.

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Sharon Tucker Mayor

We invite you to come see all the sights, leisure activities, and rich heritage this unique area has to offer. Relax and enjoy the unspoiled beauty, tranquil vistas and fresh salt air that makes this a nature lover’s paradise. St. George – Where the river meets the sea and old meets new, where visitors can enjoy unspoiled countryside, uncrowded beaches, and there is always a friendly welcome.

Located on the lawn of the town’s post office is artist James Boyd’s Water Stone. The Town of St. George is also known as ‘Granite Town’, having at one time over 50 quarries in the area. Known for red granite—St. George Red, it was transported from the quarries to a processing mill in St. George by way of the Magaguadavic River. Boyd selected a piece of the St. George red granite for use in his sculpture. “I feel very fortunate to have been able to use a piece of St. George granite that was quarried some 80 or more years ago; and I have used it as the central element of my sculpture” says Boyd.

In his own words - “I tried to create a design that corresponds to the ambience of this place, where water meets land.”

In his own words - “I decided to create a sculpture that paid homage to our deep connections to our local waterways.”

Rivergate Radoslave Sultov - Bulgaria

Water Stone James Boyd - New Brunswick, Canada

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Calendar of

EVENTS

St. Martins Old Home Week | July 18-26, 2014

Concerts, Festivals & Cultural Events Saint John & Beyond

Grand Bay-Westfield Canada Day Celebrations | July 1, 2014

Celebrate Canada Day in Grand Bay-Westfield at the Brundage Point River Centre. Coordinated by the town of Grand Bay-Westfield and a team of volunteers, some of the events include bingo, live children’s entertainment with Go-Go Gymnastics, Arcade Box, craft activities, cookie decorating, and chalk art, hot dogs, Canada Day cake, cotton candy, prize draws, airbrushed temporary tattoos, face painting and balloon animals. There is something for everyone. Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy the day. 4 Ferry Rd Grand Bay-Westfield, NB Tel: (506) 738-6406 www.town.grandbay-westfield.nb.ca

Hampton NB - Canada Day 1hr Pontoon Boat Tours | July 1, 2014

Relax on the slow moving Kennebecasis River with Zelda’s River Adventures Ltd. One hour tours, first boarding at 11:00 am and last boarding at 4:00 pm. Boat loads at the Public Wharf located behind the Lighthouse River Centre For more info call Zelda’s River Adventures. 1075 Main St. Tel: (506) 832-0726 www.townofhampton.ca

Rothesay Canada Day Celebrations | July 1, 2014

Flag raising & cake cutting ceremony on the Rothesay Common followed by live entertainment, popcorn & cotton candy, face painting, new giant inflatables & kids games. Rain location is Rothseay Arena. 70 Hampton Road, Rothesay, NB Tel: (506) 848-6600 www.rothesay.ca

Saint John CANADA DAY Week Events | June 20th – July 1st

The greater Saint John Area celebrates 147th Canada Day in 2014 with the theme: Past, Present & Future. Saint John has a rich history from the past; a wonderful atmosphere in the present; and a future full of potential! A full slate of fantastic events are lined up for Canada Day Week Celebrations (June 20th - July 1st) in the Saint John city centre! All events are free to attend and take place rain or shine! Live entertainment and music, a visit from some special guests, theatre performances and spectacular fireworks display at dusk on July 1. Saint John NB Tel: (506) 658-3600 www.sjcanadaday.ca

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St. Andrews by-the-Sea Canada Day Events | July 1, 2014

Celebrate Canada’s Birthday! From a home-town parade and farmers market, to kids’ games and spectacular fireworks, Canada Day Celebrations are a family favourite. Water Street. Saint Andrews, NB Tel: (506) 529-5120 www.townofstandrews.ca St. George Canada Day Events | July 1, 2014 There are many events for everyone at this lively Canada Day celebration! Festivities include flag raising, barbecue, cake cutting ceremony and entertainment. Adventure Lane St. George, NB Tel: (506) 755-4320 www.town.stgeorge.nb.ca

St. Stephen Concert Series |

July 4-August 22, 2014 Join in the toe tappin’ and finger snappin’ at the Summer Concert Series! Free live entertainment every Thursday evening from 6:30 – 8:30 PM in the Town Square. Bonus concerts on New Brunswick Day and Canada Day (daytime). 5 King St. St. Stephen, NB Tel: (506) 466-7407 www.chocolatetown.ca

Hampton NB Town-wide Yard Sale | July 5, 2014 8:00am — 3:00pm

Diabetes clothesline office 1-800-505-5525 for more information. The Diabetes Association will have a truck at Lifestyles on July 5th from 1-3 pm for any unwanted sale items... www.townofhampton.ca

Saint John Annual Buskers on the Boardwalk Festival | July 17-20, 2014

Market Square, welcomes another celebration of Buskers on the Boardwalk with 4 days and 4 nights of awe-inspiring feats of hilarity! Performers who hail from across the globe unite each summer to transform the Boardwalk and Atrium into an apex of laughter and wonder for locals and visitors alike. Come and join us this summer and prepare to feel the magic! 1 Market Square Saint John NB Tel: (506) 658-3600 www.marketsquaresj.com

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

CANADA!

The beautiful seaside village of St. Martins welcomes you to its annual Old Home Week. Relax and enjoy yourself in the pristine, unspoiled charm of this fishing village. Stroll through the Public Gardens and hike along the trails. The Village is a magnet for artists and photographers wishing to capture the unspoiled beauty of the area. A small community of artisans produce pottery, jewelry, paintings and sculptures. 73 Main St., Unit 3. St. Martins, NB Tel: (506) 833-4466 www.stmartinscanada.com

St. Stephen NB Chocolate Festival |

August 2-9, 2014 This sweet festival celebrates chocolate history, as St. Stephen is Canada’s Chocolate Town. The festival includes 7 days of celebration for everyone in the family! Some of the events include chocolate-themed lunches and suppers, the chocolate chip cookie-decorating contest, the hand-dipping contest, candy treasure hunts, and the Taste of Chocolate. As always, the festival’s fun-loving mascots, the Great Chocolate Mousse and his lovely wife, Tiffany, will be on hand to join the festivities. 1 Chocolate Dr. St. Stephen, NB Tel: (506) 465-5616 www.chocolate-fest.ca Nauwigewauk Fair | August 9, 2014 Celebrating Darlings Island Bridge’s 100th birthday! Live entertainment, bingo, children’s games, carnival games, lots of food, artist exhibits of covered bridges, and fireworks! 36 Darlings Island Road, Nauwigewauk, NB (at the Nauwigewauk Hall and fair grounds) Tel: (506) 832-5637

St. George Granite Town Wild Blueberry Festival | August 14-17, 2014

“Home of the Big Blueberry.” The weekend festival highlights all things local, including: wild blueberries, culinary, tasting and foodie activities, music, art, Herring Run trail race, antique car show, fundraising events, customer appreciation event, and to end the festival, a first responders appreciation event and a floating lantern ceremony. There is something for everyone! St. George, NB Tel: (506) 755-6314 www.granitetownwildblueberryfestival.com

raiser. Bring your lawn chair and spend the day cheering on your favorite team. Enjoy live entertainment from a variety of local musicians, dancers and cultural performers. Kids will have fun with free crafts and games and everyone will enjoy the exotic foods at our Festival Market Place. 95 James Renforth Dr. Rothesay, NB Tel: (506) 632-5595 www.sjdragonboat.ca Saint John Exhibition | August 26-30, 2014 5 days of fun for the whole family. An annual fall fair with midway rides, horse racing, agricultural displays, crafts, vegetable, flower and art exhibits. Free admission at the gate and nightly entertainment in the Exhibition building. 37 McAllister Dr. Saint John, NB Tel: (506) 633-2020 www.exhibitionparksj.com

Sussex NB 29th Annual Atlantic Balloon Fiesta | September 5-7, 2014

A weekend of family-oriented activities and events! Watch 30 hot air balloons fly twice daily (early morning and early evening); stop by the unique Craft Fair renowned throughout the Atlantic region; join us at the All Weekend Outdoor Bandstand as we showcase top Maritime talent; see over 500 vehicles showcased at Sunday’s Antique Car Show & Shine. The Fiesta has been rated one of the Top Ten Festivals in the Atlantic region and has been voted Community Choice Winner and Most Celebrated Local Festival. 8B Leonard Dr. Sussex, NB Tel: (506) 432-9444 www.atlanticballoonfiesta.ca Charlotte County Fall Fair | Sept 12-14, 2014 This is definitely an event you won’t want to miss. Come and enjoy an entertaining and fun celebration of rural living. Appealing to all ages. Produce, crafts, vendors, exhibits and community organizations sharing, teaching and displaying the skills that have played an important part in the historical and continuing development of Charlotte County, our community. 350 Todds Point Road St. Stephen, NB Tel: (506) 467-9905 www.ganongnaturepark.com

Sussex FLEA MARKET |

Eastern Canada’s LARGEST outdoor flea market! Aug. 15 -17, 2014 Princess Louise Park, Sussex 1,000 tables of bargains! Antiques! Crafts! Collectables! Auto parts! $5 admission (Children 12 years and under are free when with an adult) Tel: (506) 454-8501 www.sussex.ca

Saint John Dragon Boat Festival |

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Grand Bay-Westfield – BRUNDAGE POINT WEEKLY MARKET

Brundage Point River Centre, Grand Bay-Westfield. Every Friday from 3:30pm -7:30pm. Dates for the upcoming season are June 20th – September 19th. “Local” vendors will be selling handcrafted birdhouses, woodworking products, homemade jams and jellies, in season local produce. See you at the Market this season! Come and bring a friend! Tel: (506) 763-2912

Kingston Peninsula – KINGSTON FARMERS MARKET

The Kingston Farmers Market is an Indoor and Outdoor Farmers Market located on the picturesque Kingston Peninsula. Every Saturday 8:00am1:00pm. It is a hub of activity with over 70 vendors of various agricultural, food and artisan products. This market has become famous over the years for its large wholesome breakfasts which are served in the recently expanded dining room. Between 400 and 600 people are served each Saturday. Tel: (506) 763-3490

Saint John CITY MARKET

47 Charlotte Street Open year-round, Monday to Saturday M-F 7:30am-6:00pm, Sat 7:30am-5:00pm, A traditional farmers market with a wide selection of goods and services including; hand-crafted items by resident artists, Maritime crafts and souvenirs, local and imported groceries, choice meats, fresh seafood, luscious produce, gourmet cheeses and deli meats, specialty coffees, freshly baked goods and numerous restaurants featuring delicious local and international foods. Tel: (506) 658-2820

Saint John - QUEEN SQUARE FARMERS MARKET

Queen Square, South End. Every Sunday from 9:00am-2:00pm. This is a lovely open air market held in the heart of the South End. The Queen Square Farmers Market occurs every Sunday, rain or shine, through the summer and early fall. The market focuses on local, healthy, environmentally friendly, ethnically diverse, and high quality goods. There is a lot to see, eat, buy, and do, so come on down and check it out! Tel: (506) 898-0020

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various products and services. Canteen onsite. Tel: (506) 658-1232

St. Andrews FARMERS MARKET

Downtown in Market Square - near the corner of King St. & Water St. Every Thursday until Sept 8:30am-1:00pm. Discover Locally Produced Products such as: In Season Fresh Produce; Specialty Pastries, Cider, Maple Syrup, Home-made Ice Cream, Chocolates, Without Gluten Foods, Crepes, Wide Selection of Ethnic Foods & so Much More! Toe Tapping Live Music & Children’s Entertainment Be Sure to take a picture with Mascot “Andrew” The Harvest Mouse! Tel: (506) 747-2399

St. Martins FARMERS MARKET

Royal Canadian Legion 77 Main St. Open Sundays 12:30pm-3:30pm June to September. Vendors will be selling food, artwork, metal work, fish & crafts. Tel: (506) 833-2520

St. Stephen FARMERS MARKET

Every Friday May to September from 10:00am3:00pm at the St. Stephen Border Arena. The St. Stephen Farmers Market is a weekly destination for locals and visitors alike. Homemade and handmade items, 50/50 Draw, Lunch Items and Lots of Friendly Faces! Local crafters selling a wide variety of items - Baking, Woodwork, Jewelry, Pickles & Jams, Knitwear, Original Art, Bath & Body Products, Clothing, Candles, Lawn Furniture, BBQ, Wood Fired Pizza, Fresh Local Produce, Home Decor, Snacks and Gifts Ideas for Everyone! Tel: (506) 466-3272

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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 10:00am3:00pm.Open Monday to Friday, 11 a.m. until 12 midnight; Saturday, 12 noon until 12 midnight. Sunday, 3 until 9 47 Princess Street, Saint John Tel: 506 214.3311 www.bigtidebrew.com

BILLY’S SEAFOOD COMPANY

Their unique concept of a combination seafood restaurant and retail outlet offers the freshest seafood available. They pack live or cooked lobster for travel. The Alister Room is available for parties or private functions. City Market, Charlotte Street entrance, Saint John Tel: 672-FISH (3474) www.billysseafood.com New Oyster Bar

CASINO NEW BRUNSWICK

Casino New Brunswick offers an exciting assortment of venues and cuisine to satisfy any craving and budget – from buffet to a la carte choices and gourmet cuisine. 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

staff will make sure you enjoy every minute spent in their stress-free restaurant. 212 McAllister Drive, Saint John, NB Take-out & Delivery available, Gift Certificates and discount rates for children and seniors. Birthday celebration packages you will never forget. 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

SAMPAN CHINESE RESTAURANT

Features combos and family dinners all week and weekends. Dim Sum - Steam, fried and deep fried. Lancaster Plaza, 638 Manawagonish Road Saint John, NB. Hours: Sun-Sat 11:30 am - 10:00 pm. 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 111 Hampton Road, Rothesay

Italian, Greek and Canadian Cuisine Served with Maritime Hospitality Takeout Menu Childrens Menu SFL Approved

Voted Best Pizza, Pasta & Dessert by HERE

CORA’S BREAKFAST AND LUNCH

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 (506) 634-2672 East (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

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Italian, Greek & Canadian Cuisine East, Parkway Mall 506.693-7999

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212 McAllister Drive Unit 117 - Parkway Mall Saint John, NB E2J 2S5

Tel.: (506) 672-3888 Fax: (506) 672-3544

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Saint John & Beyond...

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one of New Brunswick’s hidden “drive by” waterfalls. The park has beautiful waterfalls, great hiking trails, picnic tables, a boardwalk and washroom facilities. Open all year, dawn until dusk, and free admission to the park. South of Hwy 1, west of Saint John, NB www.tourismnewbrunswick.ca

New River BEACH PROVINCIAL PARK

(Campground) an Oceanside Marvel! Admire the breathtaking coastal islands and explore the bay’s wonders by kayak. The beaches and coastal trails at New River Beach abound with spectacular evidence of the natural formation of the Bay of Fundy. Let your creativity inspire you by participating in the annual Sand Sculpture Competition, being held on July 19, 2014 (with a rain date of July 20). The campground has 99 campsites and 3 rustic shelters which are fully air-conditioned by the Fundy breeze. It offers forested campsites, scenic, coastal nature trails, a picnic area and a spectacular tidal beach. 78 New River Beach Rd Tel: (506) 755-4078 www.tourismnewbrunswick.ca 18 SEE SAINT JOHN & BEYOND | SUMMER 2014

HOTEL • SPA CASINO • DINING

21 Casino Drive, Moncton, NB 506.859.7770

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LEPREAU FALLS PROVINCIAL PARK is

The Irving Nature Park is a 600 acre (243 hectare) site created by J.D. Irving, Limited to help protect an environmentally significant area. There are 11 km (7 mi.) of rugged Bay of Fundy coastline. Park staff members offer free guided tours. The geological history of this area is fascinating. 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 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. You can watch the harbour seals diving for food or sunning on the rocks from the Seal Observation deck. Sand Cove Road, Open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tel: (506) 653-7367 www.jdirving.com

St. George GORGE AT FIRST FALLS

is located in the centre of St. George, encompassed by Brunswick Street, South Street and the Mill Road. Fresh water from Magaguadavic River falls 21 metres into a gorge that empties into a tidal basin. The west bank is occupied by an electricity generating plant. There is a dam at the top of the falls. This designation also includes the Old Pine Tree. Adjacent to 24 Mill Road, St George, NB Tel: (506) 755-6314 www.town.stgeorge.nb.ca

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Saint John - IRVING NATURE PARK

Quispamsis – ARTS & CULTURE PARK located

in the heart of the community, the Quispamsis Arts & Culture Park is a popular gathering place hosting many events and visual delights all year long. You can enjoy weekly outdoor movies, relax and listen to the live entertainment, or just admire the beautiful gardens. Bring your laptop and enjoy a free wireless connection in a beautiful park setting. 12 Landing Court Tel: (506) 849-5778 www.quispamsis.ca

Quispamsis – MEENAN’S COVE PARK

The Reversing Rapids is a unique phenomenon created by the collision of the Bay of Fundy’s monstrous tides and the mighty St. John River. At low tide, the St. John River, which runs for 724 km (450 mi.) through New Brunswick, empties into the Bay through a narrow rocky gorge. Near Fallsview Park, an underwater ledge 11 m (36 ft.) below the surface causes a series of rapids and whirlpools. At this point the tidal waters are 4.4 m (14.5 ft.) lower than the river level. It is recommended to view the rapids twice; near low tide and near high tide. View this wonder from 2 vantage points - the Falls Restaurant observation deck and Fallsview Park. 200 Bridge Road Tel: (506) 506-658-2855 Toll-Free: 1-866-463-8639 www.tourismnewbrunswick.ca

Saint John – ROCKWOOD PARK

Enjoyed by many for its freshwater lakes for fishing, swimming, boating and skating, Rockwood is the hub of outdoor activities year round. Rockwood Park is packed with endless activities for any interest. Amazing hiking, fishing, boating, climbing, camping, golf, mountain biking, horseback riding options are offered among countless others! There is even the Cherry Brook Zoo in the North section of the park along with a full service event centre at Lily Lake Pavilion. 142 Lake Dr. South Tel: (506) 658-2883 www.rockwoodpark.ca

St. Martins - FUNDY TRAIL PARKWAY

Hike, Bike, or Drive the Fundy Trail. The Fundy Trail opens up previously unreachable areas of the Bay of Fundy coastline and panoramic views. The 16km (10 mile) trail begins just outside St. Martins, New Brunswick and is less than an hour’s drive from Saint John or Sussex on Route 111. The pedestrian and bicycle trails connect to paths and stairways, across a suspension footbridge, past waterfalls towering 250 m above pristine beaches. Many lookout areas are Wheelchair accessible, dogs on leashes are welcomed. Stop by the Interpretation Centre at Big Salmon River for information. The Fundy Trail is accessible through Route 111 from Saint John or Sussex located 10 km east of the Village of St. Martins. 229 Main Street St. Martins NB Tel: (506) 833-2019 www.fundytrailparkway.com

is a public beach with lifeguards on duty during the summer months, changing rooms, canteen, boat launch, ball-field and beach volleyball courts. The park has walking trails, a playground for the children and picnic areas to enjoy an outside lunch with the family. 199 Model Farm Road Tel: (506) 849-5778 www.quispamsis.ca

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Rest Easy ACCOMMODATIONS 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

ECONO LODGE INN & SUITES®

Located close to many attractions. Guests will enjoy free deluxe breakfast bar as well as a business centre and free high-speed Internet access and coffee in all rooms. 100% non-smoking, air-conditioned, cable television. Some rooms have refrigerators and microwaves. Handicap accessible rooms are available. 1441 Manawagonish Road Tel: (506) 635-8700 1 800 553-2666 www.choicehotels.ca/cn368

HAMPTON INN SAINT JOHN

Offering a selection of 116 elegant and smartly designed guest rooms, Hampton Inn Saint John has the perfect room for all travellers. 51 Fashion Drive, Saint John Tel: (506) 657-4600 www.hamptoninnsaintjohn.com

HOWARD JOHNSON FORT HOWE PLAZA and CONVENTION CENTRE

Experience the history of Canada’s oldest incorporated city by staying at our pet-friendly Howard Johnson Fort Howe Plaza and Convention Center hotel near Old City Market. Located off the Saint John Thruway, our hotel is a Canada Select 3.5 star hotel with a four out of 5 Green Key eco-rating. 10 Portland Street, Saint John Tel: (506) 657-7320 www.hojo.com

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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

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

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 20 SEE SAINT JOHN & BEYOND | SUMMER 2014

BRUNSWICK SQUARE

Beautiful Suites

in historic uptown buildings. 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

Chipman Hill Suites

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

Newly renovated and conveniently located on Fairville Boulevard in West Saint John. Features include complimentary continental breakfast, parking for cars, buses and trucks, an exercise room and meeting space. 1011 Fairville Boulevard, Saint John Tel: (506) 634-0400 1 800 578-7878 www.travelodge.ca

NEW BRUNSWICK MUSEUM GIFT SHOP

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

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

TRAVELODGE SUITES SAINT JOHN

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

EAST POINT SHOPPING

New Brunswick’s premier shopping destination and your shopping destination of choice for fashion, home improvement and hospitality services in an attractive setting. Located on Retail Drive (running between Rothesay Avenue and Westmorland Road) in East Saint John. Tel: (506) 634-5711 www.eastpointshopping.ca

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. MonWed 10:am-6:pm, Thur-Fri 10:am-8:pm, Sat 10:am6:pm, Sun (Dec) 12 noon-5:pm. 78 King Street Tel: (506) 642-4222 Check us out on Facebook and at www.theurbanshoemyth.com

HMS TRANSPORTATION

HMS is New Brunswick’s leading provider of chauffeured transportation. Since 1969 HMS has been synonymous with professionalism, reliability, safety and discreet personal service. HMS specializes in executive sedans, SUVs, limousines and charter bus service.

MARKET SQUARE

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

St Andrews and Saint John. Tel: (506) 529-3371 1 800 254-5466 www.hmstrans.com

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Saint John TIDE JULY

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TABLES AUGUST

LOW HIGH

Not for navigational purposes. Source: tides.gc.ca/eng/data/table/2014/wlev_ref/65

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