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Table of Contents In This Issue…

Essentials

Letter From The Editor Pg. 26

Calendar of Events Dining Out

Pg. 14

Reversing Falls Tide Table

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Pg. 16 Shops & Services Southcoast Bound- Charlotte County & Maine, USA Pg. 15 Summer Events on the Boardwalk Pg. 20

Maps Uptown Saint John Map Greater Saint John Map Southern New Brunswick & Eastern Maine Map

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Features Fresh Trio- City Market

Pg. 18

New business for the Saint John area

Pg. 12

Summer fun at Market Square The next level of style- Brunswick Square

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“Rain, rain go away, summer is here, and it’s time to play!” Although the spring of 2011 will be remembered for what seemed to be constant rain, it takes more than a few raindrops to dampen the spirits of the people of Saint John! Summer is now here, and Saint John has a lot to offer in the summertime, from the world famous Bay of Fundy, and Reversing Falls, to world-class shopping on the Westside, Uptown, and Eastside. Whether exploring the past at the NB Museum, exploring the wildlife at the Cherry Brook Zoo, or exploring the various local beaches, and waterways, Saint John has something for everyone, so come “See Saint John” today! Rockwood Park

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Accommodations Attractions, Museums & Galleries

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Summer fun is an everyday thing at Market Square Market Square continues to make its mark as the premier gathering place for Saint John’s Uptown as plans for summer activities are bigger than ever. The shopping and dining centerpiece of Saint John’s Uptown features events virtually every day through the summer months. Wildly popular events such as Saint John Idol and Country Star Competition are back for another season. Saint John Idol is in its ninth year and takes place on the Market Square stage each Wednesday from June 29 to August 31. Country Star kicks off July 7 and runs every Thursday through September 1st. “We are so thrilled for this upcoming summer chock full of family fun, nightlife entertainment, activities, rides, music festivals, competitions and so much more,” a spokesperson said in a news release. Building on the success of the idol-style competitions, Market Square will be host to another new weekly feature with “So You Think You Can Dance”, which starts Monday, July 4 and runs every Monday through August 29. Canada Day Countdown has seen huge crowds in past year and this year is the biggest yet as headliners Bedouin Soundclash and The United Steelworkers of Montreal will take to the Market Square stage on June 30. A full evening of music will also include music by Hey Ocean!, Keith Mullins, the Earthbound Trio and an after-party DJ. “We have stepped it up this year with our largest Canada Day Countdown lineup to date.” Just a week later on July 8 and 9, Market Square becomes the official venue for the Salty Jam Festival, which this year features performances by Rosanne Cash, Jam Stampede and the Downchild Blues Band. On the weekend of July 21 to 24, the popular Buskers on the Boardwalk Festival takes place which annually draws 50,000 over the course of the four day festival. August then brings

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Calendar of Events Concerts,Festivals & Cultural Events! June 2011 24-25 Summer Kick-Off Party, Market Square featuring music by Bigg Medicine, daring motocross stunts and more! 25 Duo Concertant and Flo. 7:30 PM - 9:15 PM.

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Rothesay. Duo Conccertante (Nancy Dahn, violin and Tim Steeves, piano) will travel from Newfoundland to team up with FLO to perform Mendelssohn’s Concerto for Violin, Piano, and Strings. Contact: (506) 832-5597

26 Team Atlantic Midget Girls Lacrosse 5 km Poker Run. 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM. Barnhill Middle School, 750 Manawagonish Road. Come out and support the girls in this Fundraiser 5KM Poker Run. Entry Fee is only $20. The event is held to raise funds to compete in Westminster, B.C. from July 22-28 for the National Midget Girls Lacrosse Championships. Register online at http:// www.trackie.com/online-registration/register or at the school on race day et 8 :30 am or call (506) 645-9174. 26 Princess Tea Party 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM. Riverside Golf Club, Rothesay. Fundraising Event in Support of Hestia House. $20/ person - Princesses of all ages welcome. Tickets available at local area Scotiabank branches. Contact: (506) 634-3195 28 Movies in the Park, Rockwood Park. Starting June 28 and running every Tuesday through August 30 on the lawn at Lily Lake in Rockwood Park. Free admission, popcorn and drinks. See such movies as Rio, Yogi Bear and Megamind. 29 I The New7Wonders of Nature As you may or may not be aware, the Bay of Fundy has been selected as the only Canadian destination among the 28 finalists in the international New7Wonders of Nature campaign. Be the first to step onto the new Waterfront Development Site (formally known as the Coast Guard Site) and join us as we mold 777 people into the shape of a 7. Join your community at the capital of the Bay and help vote the Bay of Fundy as the New7Wonders of Nature! For more information: (506) 658-3600 or visit www. marketsquaresj.com

29 Saint John Idol IX, Market Square. The ninth season of Saint John Idol kicks off and runs every Wednesday through July and August. The event often draws up to 5,000 spectators to take in the best in local talent. Shows start at 8 pm. 8

30 Canada Day Countdown at Market Square. 5pm. Free concert featuring Bedouin Soundclash, Hey Ocean!, United Steelworkers of Montreal, Keith Mullins and Earthbound Trio.

July 2011 1 - 3 Canada Day Weekend Celebrations Waving their red and white, participants at this festival will enjoy family activities, live entertainment, theatre performances and our spectacular fireworks display at dusk on July 1st. Originally themed “The New7Wonders of Nature”, we invite all to take part in pronouncing the Bay of Fundy as the ultimate wonder. The most comprehensive Canada Day east of Capitol Hill, half of our region’s population! For more information: (506) 658-3600 or visit www. marketsquaresj.com 8 & 9 Salty Jam Music Festival Market Square

is the official venue for this annual music extravaganza. All weekend long the air will be filled with the sounds of the coolest cats in the music scene today. For more information: (506) 658-3600 or visit www.marketsquaresj.com

12 Estate Auction 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM. Saint John Trade & Convention Centre, 1 Market Sq. Viewing: 3 pm – 5 pm. Auction begins: 5 pm. Featuring items from the Estate of Douglas Lochhead, Sackville, N.B. and the residence of Charles B. Chappell (1857-1931). Visit www.timisaac.com for more information and photos. Tim Isaac Antiques & Auctions, 213 Wentworth St., Saint John, NB, E2L 2T4 (506) 652-3222 Email:isaacant@nbnet.nb.ca Contact: (506) 652-3222

13-17 Quidam – Cirque du Soleil at Harbour Station. For tickets and information, see www.harbourstation.ca. 15 & 16 Maritime Flavours The Market Square

Boardwalk will be partying “Maritime-Style” this weekend with our finest Boardwalk restaurants, live music and entertainment. For more information: (506) 658-3600 or visit www.marketsquaresj.com

21 - 24 Buskers on the Boardwalk Festival This summer, Market Square will play host to the 21st Annual Buskers Festival bringing over 50,000 residents and tourists to the Atrium and Boardwalk. Experience four elements and discover the fifth. This summer’s festival promises to be the best ever with sidesplitting comedy, astounding physical feats, and all-out crazy antics! This is “street www.seesaintjohn.com


theatre” at its best! Performers who hail from across the globe unite each summer to transform our Boardwalk into an apex of laughter and wonder for locals and visitors alike. Come and join us this summer and prepare to feel the magic! For more information: (506) 658-3600 or visit www. marketsquaresj.com

29 – Aug 1 New Brunswick Day Weekend This

festival provides us with a break to enjoy all the thrills of the beautiful season. We’re returning to our Celtic roots for NB Day Weekend this summer. For more information: (506) 658-3600 or visit www. marketsquaresj.com

August 2011 5 & 6 I ¡Hola Fiesta! Arreba! Come celebrate

Spanish style with live music, dance and lots of margaritas! Our Boardwalk bars and restaurants will be themed with costume and specials all weekend long. For more information: (506) 6583600 or visit www.marketsquaresj.com

6 & 7 Modified Addiction Auto Show at Harbour Station, 99 Station Street. For tickets and information, see www.harbourstation.ca.

12 & 13 Fundy Fog Festival The 9th Annual

Fundy Fog Festival celebrates music across the generations! This weekend will feature bands from all eras including “Kevin Bacon Degrees of Separation” of the Saint John music scene. For more information: (506) 658-3600 or visit www. marketsquaresj.com

September 2011 03 Harvesting the Arts Festival 2011 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. King’s Square, uptown Saint John. Celebrate Arts and Culture in uptown Saint John! The Harvesting the Arts Festival is a freeadmission event for the public featuring local artists, musicians, dancers, and other local talents for the community to discover in King’s Square.. Harvesting the Arts Festival is an one-day out-door event for all-ages. Contact: (506) 608-0207 14 Bachman and Turner at Harbour Station. After

many years of fan demand, Randy Bachman and Fred Turner - two giants of rock n’ roll - are finally reuniting for the first time in more than 20 years. The musicians at the heart of legendary band BachmanTurner Overdrive are ready to record and tour again as a new, full-throttle rock machine: Bachman & Turner. For tickets and information, see www. harbourstation.ca.

24 Annual Brian Lund Memorial Casino (Fundraiser) 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM. Chinese Cultural Centre, 24 Coburg Street. Presented by the Knights of Columbus of Southern NB in support of The Greater Saint John Community Foundation’s Brian Lund Memorial Fund (PRO Kids is the annual beneficiary of the Brian Lund Fund). Tickets: $30 = $20,000 Casino Money with Live, Silent and Casino Money Auctions, & Entertainment. Tickets available by calling: KoC - Kevin McDonald (506) 672-9125; David Harris (506) 633-1791; Chris Murdock, (506) 646-1149, cmurdock47@gmail.com ; Maureen Lund English (506) 672-9556; www.saint-john-foundation. nb.ca

14 Marathon by the Sea 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM. Lily Lake Pavilion, Rockwood Park. Marathon, Half Marathon, and 5 mile road race. Contact: (506) 658-6306

19 & 20 Boardwalk Beach Party Our three outdoor regulation size sandy volleyball courts will be in full swing for this beach party. Our Boardwalk Stage will welcome the rad surf sounds to get this party started! For more information: (506) 658-3600 or visit www.marketsquaresj.com 26 & 27 Country Boardwalk Style Come to

Market Square to rock the Boardwalk – “countrystyle”. Stop by one of our Boardwalk restaurants and let our cowboys and cowgirls rustle up your favourite dishes and drinks! For more information: (506) 658-3600 or visit www.marketsquaresj.com

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Freak Lunchbox to sweeten the Uptown If you’ve got a sweet tooth, this place is going to freak you out. Freak Lunchbox, a zany uber-candy store from Halifax is making it’s first expansion out of the Nova Scotia capital with a new shop at 18 King Street in Saint John.

The Saint John store was expected to open around June 21 or 22 as the owners want to have the store open in time for the huge crowds of people that will gather Uptown for Canada Day on July 1. Freak Lunchbox’s website is at www.freaklunchbox. com.

Local franchise manager Sheri Whitaker says the new shop will be a feast for the eyes as well as the tummy. “It’s a very exciting, retro, hip, colourful candy store,” she said. “Very high energy.” The store is not just kids stuff either, she says, but rather a store for kids of all ages. “Basically you can come in and pretend you’re five years old again,” she said. The store is stocked with the latest in candy delights but also a lot of classics that some may have not seen for generations. Freak Lunchbox started in downtown Halifax in 2001. It quickly built a following and soon a second store opened in Bedford. Including in that following have been a number of celebrities including Tom Selleck, Gabrielle Byrne, Candice Bergan, Julianne Moore, John Stamos and Sandra Oh among others, the store owners state on their website. Saint John was a perfect fit for the next store, Whitaker said. Many of the Halifax store’s customers are out-of-towners that make a point to stop in when they’re in the region. “The word got out, people are always coming back to visit,” she said of the Halifax stores. The Freak Lunchbox team loved the location that became available on King Street in a heritage building and saw an obvious gap in the market. “Saint John just didn’t have a crazy candy store,” she said.

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The Hodo: What a treat! Have you tried a hodo cookie? Abraham and Sarah Kim have made this Korean cookie their specialty and you can check it out at Hodo Cookies & Chocolate Shop in the City Market. The shop sells a wide variety of chocolate goodies that will be very familiar to locals but the centerpiece of the business is the hodo cookie machine, a factory-looking machine and conveyor belt system that produces the special cookie. A hodo cookie, named for the Korean word for walnut, is a walnut-scented dough stuffed with a sweet red bean paste that makes for a truly luxurious delight. Unlike most sweets though, these are as much about nutrition as anything else. The dough is baked not fried and the red bean paste filling carries many health benefits. Having the cookies made on-site means they have an unmistakably “fresh from the oven” quality. The Hodos are easy on the wallet too – you can grab a dozen hodo cookies for just $4.50, tax included. The Kim’s are hoping their cookies will become a regular snack for City Market shoppers. Hodo Cookies and Chocolate Shop opened in December, 2010.

A NYCE addition for Rothesay Juliet Symonds has just brought some vibrant, cool style to Rothesay with the addition of her clothing store, NYCE Stuff. NYCE Stuff started with a location in Ricky’s Plaza in Saint John on Somerset Street, opened by Juliet and her husband Brian. It presents a funky urban hip hop vibe primarily but features more casual clothing as well, especially in the new Rothesay store, Symonds said. “I have lots of things for young people, but also lots of things for older people that want to look young,” she said with a laugh. “It’s some really nice stuff.” Symonds says she saw too much money being spent on the latest fashions across the border so there was a strong need for a store like hers in the Saint John region, she said. Juliet has a fashion merchandising background but also credits her husband Brian for sourcing much of

the clothing that NYCE Stuff has in stock. Symonds says she already has hopes to continue expanding the number of stores, perhaps eventually opening a location in her hometown of Halifax. NYCE Stuff in Rothesay opened June 13 and Symonds says customers can watch for a grand opening around mid-August. NYCE Stuff can be found online at www.nycestuff.ca.


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BIG TIDE BREWING COMPANY:

Big Tide is located in the heart of historic uptown Saint John at 47 Princess Street. Saint John’s one and only brewpub serves up a quality selection of beer (hand-crafted on site) and a unique mixture of traditional and modern pub fare (served until closing). Open Monday to Friday, 11 a.m. until 12 midnight; Saturday, 12 noon until 12 midnight. (506) 214-3311; www.bigtidebrew.com

Dinner Theatres

WATER STREET DINNER THEATRE: 110 Water Street.

Sure to be one of the highlights of your visit to the Port City. Be entertained while you enjoy a hearty three course meal. Please call 648-2325 to confirm hours and to make reservations. For further information www.waterstreetdinnertheatre.com

STEAMERS LOBSTER CO.:

110 Water Street just across from the Cruise ship dock. Eat inside or out in the courtyard. Sure to be one of the highlights of your visit to the Port City. Call 648-2325 www.steamerslobstercompany.com

Restaurants AJ’S RESTAURANT: 638 Manawagonish Rd. Lancaster Plaza Open: 6:30am- 8:00pm Weekdays, 7:30-8:00pm Weekdays, 8:00am-8:00pm Holidays. Breakfast Served all day. Licensed Dining, Daily specials. Kids Menu. Karaoke in lounge Friday & Saturday.

BILLY’S SEAFOOD COMPANY: City Market, Charlotte Street entrance. 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. (506) 672-3474 www.billysseafood.com

INFUSION TEA ROOM: Over 60 loose leaf teas - Black, Green, Oolong, Rooibos, Herbal, Fruit & Herbal blends and the finest assortment of tea accessories in Atlantic Canada. World renowned illy coffees also served; come and join us for the best soups, chowders, and seafood in town! City Market, Saint John 693-TEAS (8327) An Infusion of Pleasure! LILY’S CAFÉ: Your Four Season Destination

at Rockwood Park. The ultimate lakeside dining destination in Saint John. A beautiful stone is the centerpiece of the cafe. The menu features casual fare such as pulled pork sandwiches, spinach salad and thin crust pizza’s. Free wireless internet and licensed outdoor patio. Open daily at 10:00 am. (506) 693-3586 www.lilylake.ca

MEDITERRANEAN RESTAURANT: “Saint John’s Finest in Family Dining”. Known for their delicious sirloin tips. Greek, Italian and Canadian cuisine. Open Mon. to Sat. 11am-10:30pm; Sun. 11am-8pm. 419 Rothesay Ave. (506) 634-3183 www.medrestaurant.com RELISH GOURMET BURGERS :™ It's not just an addictive taste, it's a family. A culture. A tasty little piece of heaven. We make each burger on the spot, just the way you want it. Made with fresh, top quality ingredients, our burgers have been developed with creative and tantalizing combinations to engage your senses and intrigue your taste buds. 26 Germain Street, Saint John, NB E2L 2E5 (506) 645-2333 www.relishme.ca

FALLS RESTAURANT & SPLIT ROCK CAFE: Located on a hilltop overlooking the Reversing Falls. Reservations are not always required and walk-ins are welcome. They are open year round and their hours are 10-10 weekdays; 9-10 weekends. Telephone (506) 635-1999

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June

28 Canoe with Us – Ganong Nature Park, St. Stephen, 6 pm to 9 pm. For details, call (506)-4662469. 30 Newcomers Coffee – Social Group, Bistro on the Boulevard, St. Stephen, 9 am. For anyone new to the community or anyone wanting to welcome newcomers to the community. For more informa-

29 to August 7. 38th Annual International Homecoming Festival, St. Stephen. Many events throughout the town over the weekend to celebrate the annual Homecoming Festival.

tion, call June at (506-466-6604.

31 to August 6 Chocolate Fest 2011, St. Stephen. Many events through the week and of course, lots of chocolate! See www.chocolate-fest.ca for more information.

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9 New River Beach Sand Sculptures at New River Beach. The annual event draws huge crowds to take in the artistry of local sand sculpturers. Rain date is July 10. 9th and 10th – Artists by the Sea for Hospice, St. Andrews Legion. Artists from New Brunswick and Nova Scotia gather for this annual event to paint and show other artworks in support of Hospice of Charlotte. Contact Cathy Jackson at (506)-4650800 or email director.hospice@nb.aibn.com

Photo by Alicia DeLong

16 By The Sea Garden Club in St. Andrews, NB is hosting its 5th annual seaside garden tour on Saturday July 16, 2011. Eight unique gardens will be featured from 12 noon until 5:00 p.m. To start off the festivities, there will be a flower arranging demonstration and competition at the Anglican Church on King Street at 10:30 a.m. A scrumptious dessert reception will also be held for all ticket holders at the Anglican Church from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Tickets are $20 with a tax receipt on request. The proceeds will be donated to Passamaquoddy Lodge. A reduced admission fee to KingsbraeGarden will be obtained by presenting your garden tour ticket. For more information contact garden tour Chairperson Alice-Anne Giberson atmilo1995@ whale-mail.com or call 506-529-9257.

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3rd to 6th Fundy Artists Exhibition at the Fairmont Algonquin, Van Horne Ballroom. 9 am to 9 pm each day. For details, see www.townofstandrews.ca.

Services

HMS TRANSPORTATION: Providing local, long distance and special occasion luxury transportation since 1972. Promt and professional service. Serving Saint John and St. Andrews (506) 529-3371 or 1-800-254-LIMO. www. hmstrans.com

HMS TRANSPORTATION Saint Andrews and Saint John (506) 529-3371 or 1-800-254-LIMO • www.hmstrans.com Providing long distance and special occasion luxury transportation since 1972

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Shops & Services Great Gifts For Friends, Family & Yourself! Art & Gifts

Malls & Department Stores

THE $1. STORE PLUS: A Unique Dollar Store in Uptown Saint John, providing Souvenirs of Saint John, New Brunswick and Canada. Halloween, Christmas, Valentine and other holiday and party special supplies and decorations - greeting cards, housewares and much more. 1$ and Up. Level 1 Brunswick Square, King Street. (506) 633-1717

BRUNSWICK SQUARE SHOPPING CENTRE: 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! (506) 658-1000 or visit www.brunswicksquare.ca

INPRINT BOOKSTORE: Inprint provides an eclectic mix of fine books (highlighting New Brunswick authors), plus University of New Brunswick clothing and insignia. Open Monday – Saturday 10 am to 6 pm. (506) 648-2315 or sjbooks@unb.ca . Inprint: 16 King Street, Saint John, NB E2L 1G2 (directly across from the Delta ). NEW BRUNSWICK MUSEUM GIFT SHOP: located in Market Square. The museum’s gift shop features unique items and books related to their collections of art, natural science and history. (506) 643-2300. www.nbm-mnb.ca

Fashion

FRANKS FURS: Over 45 years of customer satisfaction and professional service. Quality mens and womens coats, leather jackets, and outerwear using furs, wool, shearling, alpaca, and leather. Fur storage, repair, cleaning and remodeling. 3rd Floor, Brunswick Square, Saint John. (506) 6460987 www.franksfurs.com

Furnishings & Accessories

BUSTIN’S FINE FURNITURE: Providing the finest in quality home furnishing. You’ll receive personal friendly attention, free inhome consulting, competitive pricing, and free courteous delivery and set-up. (506) 634-1655. www.bustins.com

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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. (506) 634-5711. www.eastpointshopping.ca MARKET SQUARE prides itself as the cornerstone of Uptown Saint John. With our unique group of shops, restaurants, spa and museum our guests enjoy our full-service features for shopping, eating, playing and exploring! Operating on a 365-day basis, we are open from first coffee ‘til last call, seven days a week. We have something for everyone, from business travelers to convention delegates, to families enjoying a trip to Canada’s oldest incorporated city. (506) 658-3600 www.marketsquaresj.com

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Rest Easy Accommodations

Accommodations ADAIR’S LODGE & CABINS (Kingston Peninsula) Booked Your Vacation Yet? Come stay with us, close to home. We offer cozy log cabins, BBQ, private lake, swimming, canoes, kayaks, boat tours, nature trails, bonfire, movie night, hot tub, and a local farmer’s market. (506) 763-2617 Email: adairslc@nbnet.nb.ca www.adairslodgeandcabins.com

BEST WESTERN

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, Toll Free: 1 (800) 553-2666 Tel: (506) 635-8700 www.choicehotels.ca/cn368 HILLSIDE MOTEL: Located in Saint John West, with a therapeutic view of the Fundy Bay during day and the city lights at night from your spacious room. We have 25 units with ample parking. Be sure to visit our new Retreat Center for inspirational yoga and meditation classes. We strive to exceed your expectations to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. Providing the best hospitality is our main business. (506) 6721273 or 1 (888) 625-7070. www.hillsidemotelnb.com

Located within one block from McAllister Place Shopping, Exhibition centre, numerous restaurants & Empire Theatres. You will enjoy our friendly service, comfortable/clean rooms & convenient location. Rooms include free breakfast, WIFI, parking, fridge & 32" LCD TV. Indoor pool, fitness centre, business centre & meeting rooms/catering available. 55 Majors Brook Dr. Saint John, N.B. (506) 657-9966 www.bestwestern.com/ca/saintjohnhotelandsuites CHÂTEAU SAINT JOHN HOTEL & SUITES: Conveniently located just minutes from city centre at exit 123 off highway 1. Free Continental Breakfast, Free High Speed Internet, 112 luxurious European décor rooms, fitness and business centre, meeting rooms/catering available, lounge. 369 Rockland Road, Saint John, N.B. (506) 644-4444 Toll Free 1 (877) 772-4040, www.chateausaintjohn.ca

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. 76 Union Street (506) 693-1171 suites@chipmanhill.com

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Innovative ideas boost business at City Market

Pete’s, Lord’s and Dean’s push for customer loyalty with Fresh Trio Competing for the food dollar has gotten tougher and tougher over the years for some small retail food sellers as mega-stores have continued to grow in size and number.

At this point the group is not sure what aspects of the program will continue but they’d like to continue to push the loyalty card program.

Businesses in the historic City Market have felt the pinch but new ideas are flowing now that might just stem the tide.

Mr. Lander believes a program like this can have several benefits.

Pete’s Frootique, Dean’s Meats and Lord’s Lobster recently joined ranks to create a campaign called Fresh Trio. It was a pilot project to see if the complimentary businesses, each located just feet from each other in the City Market, could strengthen their bottom line by creating a unified customer loyalty program. Julia Higgins of Wright Agency presented the idea and the group soon launched Fresh Trio, complete with a website, facebook page and youtube channel. “It was a no brainer. It was seemed to be a perfect fit and it’s gone really well,” said Geoff Lander of Pete’s Frootique. “Generally the response has been excellent” Customers on the program get a loyalty card that gets stamped each time they make a purchase at one of the stores, with a certain number of purchases resulting in discounts down the road.

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“It’s a big boost for the City Market as far as I’m concerned. It’s getting tougher and tougher to compete with Costco and Superstore.” Food shoppers like the convenience of buying most of their foods in one place and some may not realize just how much is available in the City Market. This is an opportunity to band together and diversify their collective offerings, he said. “I couldn’t offer meat and seafood, but this way I can,” he said. The group wants people to realize just how much the City Market businesses can offer both in terms of products and expertise. Some of that expertise has been put on display in the form of a few videos for Fresh Trio that were uploaded to youtube.com. Blaine Henderson of Dean’s Meats took viewers through a step-by-step process of making chicken Cordon Bleu, a boneless,

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skinless chicken breast stuffed with ham and swiss cheese and coated in bread crumbs. Mr. Lander is featured in a video that explains how to cut up an ataualfo mango and David Luckett of Lord’s Lobster is featured in a couple of videos explaining how to crack a lobster and how to tell the difference between male and female lobsters. “We’ve got to do whatever we can to promote the market and keep it going,” Mr. Lander said. All three men behind the project have faced a bit of a learning curve with the prospect of learning about social media and other Internet tools, but they recognize it’s importance, Lander said. “It’s been a huge learning curve,” he said. “I’m like most people of my generation of 45 to 55. My kids are computer nuts. I never spent anytime on facebook before but I’ve started to now. We’ve got to come out of the dark ages,” he said. “It’s opened our eyes. It really has. It’s been a worthwhile project for sure,” he said.

A New Beginning for a KV Restaurateur Toni Simpson recently opened Café d’Allee in the KV Bowling Lanes building at 221 Hampton Road in Quispamsis but she’s no rookie in the restaurant business. Many will immediately recognize the name as the former owner of Sessions Café & Pub, which was forced to close in July 2009 when the building owners, Sobeys, needed to tear down the building to expand its parking lot. The café opened quietly last fall but Simpson already has plans to make her mark with the new café this spring. She’s hoping the current hours of 7:30 am to 2:30 pm will be extended into the evening and also wants to expand to the outdoors with a deck so her customers can enjoy the summer weather and a lunch outside. The menu will also look familiar to former customers of Sessions Café, with a full breakfast menu plus a selection of soups, sandwiches, pizzas and their popular quesadillas. Café d’Allee can be found on the web at www.cafedallee.com www.seesaintjohn.com � Got a comment or suggestion?

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Live Entertainment – Every Sunday

(July 3 – August 28) Relax and enjoy the afternoon while emerging artists embrace the stage during an original intimate concert series. Let the smooth sounds of live sax music linger as the sun sets. For more information: (506) 658-3600 or visit www.marketsquaresj.com

So You Think You Can Dance - Every Monday (July 4 – August 29)

Do you think you have what it takes to be New Brunswick’s favourite dancer?! Every Monday evening, the Boardwalk will host sensational dancers, inviting dancers, voters, and judges to join in the fun. This event creates a wide variety of spectators, whom will surely be enticed. For more information: (506) 658-3600 or visit www.marketsquaresj.com already been developed and will be ready this spring.

Cruisin’ Boardwalk – Every Those projectsto arethe among several initiatives happeningTuesday (July 5 – August 30) atWe’ve the park this year, which follows vehicles up on huge got the best of vintage lined up on the Boardwalk this summer! With an infrastructure improvements to the park year. each week, the event is eye candy for car average of over 50 automobiles on last display This year, the park is alsostyle getting unveilinformation: (506) 658-3600 or visit enthusiasts of every andprepared era. Fortomore a www.marketsquaresj.com new signage program and is already preparing for the 2012 Masters Track and Field event, an international competition that will see many events taking Saint John Idolunique IX – Every place in the park. Other programsWednesday include a two-day program with 31) a dragon fly expert who will (June 29 – August teach and families all about how Our children ninth season of Saint John dragon Idol is flies a much-anticipated part of Saint John’s summertime toWednesdays! identify and capture collect data for the Overthem, 5,000and spectators arrive each week to cheer for their favourite local New Brunswick Museum. talent. Over ten weeks long, this competition’s grand finale is held in late August. For more Rockwood Park(506) will be658-3600 the site ofor events information: visit virtually www.marketsquaresj.com every weekend, Gannon said. “It’s going to be a veryCompetition busy summer. At – thisEvery point inThursday (July 7 – September 1) Country Star the year we have pretty much every weekend We welcomed performers from across the country to our stage during the CCMA's, and the booked,” he said. thousands of fans cried out for more! We brought country back to the Boardwalk! In addition You theroster latest of listings for Rockwood to can our check regular performances, thePark Boardwalk is plugging in for our own country atcompetition www.rockwoodpark.ca. each Thursday evening. For more information: (506) 658-3600 or visit � Got a comment or suggestion? editor@seesaintjohn.com www.marketsquaresj.com

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So Much To See & Do! Attractions, Museums & Galleries

Attractions CHERRY BROOK ZOO & VANISHED KINGDOM PARK offers a fun filled, educational experience for all ages. From magnificent tigers to playful monkeys; a walk in the past in the Vanished Kingdom Park to the sacred Medicine Wheel; Tiger Claws 18 Hole Miniature Golf; shopping and snacks - The Deepest, Darkest Jungle in Saint John, NB (506) 6341440 www.cherrybrookzoo.com

DAYTRIPPING , located at Rockwood Park, in the heart of Saint John is your year-round headquarters for all things adventurous. Explore over 26 kilometres of trails for nordic walking, mountain biking, hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Whether you’re looking for a challenging adventure or a relaxing outing, we’ll provide the equipment and expertise to make your day trip an exciting one. (506) 657-8747 www.daytrippingnb.com

NEW BRUNSWICK MUSEUM ARCHIVES & RESEARCH LIBRARY This facility located in the original museum building at 277 Douglas Avenue is extensively used by historical genealogists because of the their scope of unique and in-depth published and unpublished collections. www.nbm-mnb.ca (506) 643-2322 TF 1-888-268-9595

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REVERSING FALLS is a natural ROCKWOOD PARK is a 2,200-acre phenomenon which occurs when parkland, the largest municipal park in the highest tides in the world Canada. Fun and outdoor adventures flowing in and out of the Bay of are never out of season in this park. “Andwith nowover it’s 35 one of our biggest sellers,” he said. ticulously slice a roll ofa sushi and prepare it inThe a Cherry Brook Zoo, Fundy through narrow rocky gorgeofforce theand St. garnishes. John River to species of exotic and endangered zzling array sauces “People in Saint John are craving different ethnic reverse its flow. Twice a day the animals, is also located at Rockwood flavours now and they’re obviously supporting it.” rk believes people in theRiver areatomay be more Bay many wins, forcing the Park. www.rockwoodpark.ca miliar with the tumble Japanese aspect of the restaurant, churn, and flow upstream. AtSAINT Splash,JOHN tasters can enjoy Thai dishes such as satay mething he credits to the Sense of Tokyo restaurant in chicken, spring rolls, red Thai curry, panang curry, Tom ADVENTURES nt John which has been serving authentic sushi from Yum INC.soup, is Thai roasted duck and the national dish of pleased Pad to Thai, a stir fried rice noodle dish with Waterloo Street location for a couple of years now. Thailand, offersprouts, Saint egg, peanuts, Nilkamhaeng’s own Pad bean others Chris and John Likourgiotis recently added John’s only Zip Thai sauce and accompanied by shrimp or chicken. other interesting ingredient to the Saint John restauLine Tour at MUSEUM, Fallsview Park,in theNEW t scene when they opened Splash Thai Cuisine at Splash is joined SaintBRUNSWICK John restaurant scene by at 1 Market Square, provides a remarkright beside Lemongrass 9 Rothesay Avenue. Thai restaurants Thai Fare in Market able opportunity to discover our the World Square and Suwannahistory, Restaurant on Lancaster used in the same building as the iconic natural sciences, Avenue. fine and Famous Reversing Rapids. Check decorative arts, seeinwhales, us out diterranean Restaurant which recently celebrated 40 at www.saintjohnadvenHun Jae Jung, who owns the Woori to Mart Brunswick’s shipbuildon Facebook ars in business, the brand new Splash featurestures.ca or join usQuispamsis with wifeexplore KyoungNew Soon Jung, says most ing heritage, learn about the Bay of Zip hentic Thai cuisine from head chef Phonsri under Saint John Adventures of his customers are Korean but he’s seen steady of Fundy high tides or seea evidence Line. Email: saintjohnadvenkamhaeng, a native of Thailand. other locals as well.geological history. a unique tures@rogers.comstream Phone of 506 www.nbm-mnb.ca (506) 643-2300 634-9477 (ZIPS) Toll Free 1 877e Likourgiotis brothers met Nilkamhaeng last year and Woori Mart, which translates to “Our Mart”, sells a wide Toll free: 1-888-268-9595 634-9477 (ZIPS)

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Reversing Falls Tide Table  

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Low Tide     6:30 AM  6:45 PM  7:11 AM  7:27 PM  7:53 AM  8:11 PM  8:37 AM  8:56 PM  9:23 AM  9:45 PM  10:11 AM  10:37 PM  11:03 AM  11:33 PM  11:59 AM     12:34 AM  12:59 PM  1:37 AM  2:03 PM  2:42 AM  3:06 PM  3:44 AM  4:07 PM  4:43 AM  5:04 PM  5:37 AM  5:57 PM  6:27 AM  6:46 PM  7:14 AM  7:32 PM  7:58 AM  8:16 PM  8:40 AM  8:59 PM  9:22 AM  9:43 PM  10:05 AM  10:27 PM  10:48 AM  11:13 PM  11:34 AM     12:02 AM  12:22 PM  12:54 AM  1:15 AM  1:50 AM  2:10 PM  2:46 AM  3:05 PM  3:40 AM  3:58 PM  4:30 AM  4:47 PM  5:17 AM  5:33 PM  6:01 AM  6:18 PM  6:45 AM  7:03 PM 

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REVERSING RAPIDS TIDE TABLES 2011  (Do not use for navigational purposes)    AUGUST  High   Tide  12:10 AM  12:38 PM  12:51 AM  1:18 PM  1:33 AM  2:00 PM  2:17 AM  2:44 PM  3:02 AM  3:30 PM  3:51 AM  4:20 PM  4:44 AM  5:14 PM  5:42 AM  6:12 PM  6:43 AM  7:13 PM  7:48 AM  8:16 PM  8:53 AM  9:19 PM  9:56 AM  10:19 PM  10:54 AM  11:15 PM  11:47 AM     12:06 AM  12:36 PM  12:54 AM  1:22 PM  1:39 AM  2:05 PM  2:23 AM  2:48 PM  3:06 AM  3:30 PM  3:50 AM  4:13 PM  4:35 AM  4:58 PM  5:22 AM  5:45 PM  6:12 AM  6:35 PM  7:06 AM  7:29 PM  8:02 AM  8:24 PM  8:59 AM  9:18 PM  9:52 AM  10:09 PM  10:40 AM  10:57 PM  11:26 AM  11:42 PM     12:09 PM  12:26 AM  12:52 PM 

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7:29 AM 7:48 PM 8:14 AM 8:36 PM 9:00 AM 9:25 PM 9:50 AM 10:17 PM 10:42 AM 11:14 PM 11:39 AM

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

12:21 PM 12:44 AM 1:19 PM 1:40 AM 2:12 PM 2:31 AM 3:01 PM 3:19 AM 3:47 PM 4:04 AM 4:30 PM 4:48 AM 5:13 PM 5:31 AM 5:55 PM 6:15 AM 6:38 PM 7:00 AM 7:23 PM 7:47 AM 8:10 PM 8:37 AM 9:00 PM 9:31 AM 9:54 PM 10:27 AM 10:49 PM 11:24 AM 11:43 PM

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

12:17 PM 12:34 AM 1:05 PM 1:22 AM 1:51 PM 2:07 AM 2:34 PM 2:51 AM 3:17 PM

28 29 30 31

12:15 AM 12:41 PM 1:20 AM 1:47 PM 2:27 AM 2:53 PM 3:32 AM 3:56 PM 4:31 AM 4:53 PM 5:24 AM 5:44 PM 6:12 AM 6:30 PM 6:55 AM 7:13 PM 7:36 AM 7:53 PM 8:14 AM 8:32 PM 8:52 AM 9:10 PM 9:29 AM 9:49 PM 10:08 AM 10:30 PM 10:49 AM 11:14 PM 11:34 AM 12:04 AM 12:25 PM 12:59 AM 1:22 PM 1:59 AM 2:21 PM 2:58 AM 3:19 PM 3:53 AM 4:13 PM 4:43 AM 5:03 PM 5:31 AM 5:51 PM 6:17 AM 6:38 PM 7:03 AM 7:26 PM 7:50 AM 8:15 PM

Low   Slack  11:19 AM  11:38 PM  12:04 PM  12:26 AM  12:50 PM  1:15 AM  1:40 PM  2:07 AM  2:32 PM  3:04 AM  3:29 PM     4:05 AM  4:31 PM  5:10 AM  5:37 PM  6:17 AM  6:43 PM  7:22 AM  7:46 PM  8:21 AM  8:43 PM  9:14 AM  9:34 PM  10:02 AM  10:20 PM  10:45 AM  11:03 PM  11:26 AM  11:43 PM     12:04 PM  12:22 AM  12:42 PM  1:00 AM  1:19 PM  1:39 AM  1:58 PM  2:20 AM  2:39 PM  3:04 AM  3:24 PM  3:54 AM  4:15 PM  4:49 AM  5:12 PM  5:49 AM  6:11 PM  6:48 AM  7:09 PM  7:43 AM  8:03 PM  8:33 AM  8:53 PM  9:21 AM  9:41 PM  10:07 AM  10:28 PM  10:53 AM  11:16 PM  11:40 AM    

High   Tide  1:10 AM  1:36 PM  1:55 AM  2:21 PM  2:42 AM  3:08 PM  3:32 AM  3:59 PM  4:25 AM  4:53 PM  5:23 AM  4:53 PM  6:25 AM  6:55 PM  7:32 AM  8:01 PM  8:40 AM  9:08 PM  9:45 AM  10:09 PM  10:43 AM  11:04 PM  11:34 AM  11:54 PM     12:20 PM  12:38 AM  1:02 PM  1:20 AM  1:42 PM  2:00 AM  2:20 PM  2:39 AM  2:57 PM  3:18 AM  3:36 PM  3:57 AM  4:15 PM  4:38 AM  4:58 PM  5:24 AM  5:45 PM  6:15 AM  6:37 PM  7:12 AM  7:35 PM  8:12 AM  8:35 PM  9:10 AM  9:31 PM  10:03 AM  10:24 PM  10:52 AM  11:13 PM  11:39 AM  11:59 PM     12:24 PM  12:46 AM  1:10 PM  1:33 AM  1:57 PM 

High  Slack 3:35 AM 4:01 PM 4:20 AM 4:46 PM 5:07 AM 5:33 PM 5:57 AM 6:24 PM 6:50 AM 7:18 PM 7:48 AM 7:18 PM 8:50 AM 9:20 PM 9:57 AM 10:26 PM 11:05 AM 11:33 PM 12:10 PM 12:34 AM 1:08 PM 1:29 AM 1:59 PM 2:19 AM 2:45 PM 3:03 AM 3:27 PM 3:45 AM 4:07 PM 4:25 AM 4:45 PM 5:04 AM 5:22 PM 5:43 AM 6:01 PM 6:22 AM 6:40 PM 7:03 AM 7:23 PM 7:49 AM 8:10 PM 8:40 AM 9:02 PM 9:37 AM 10:00 PM 10:37 AM 11:00 PM 11:35 AM 11:56 PM 12:28 PM 12:49 AM 1:17 PM 1:38 AM 2:04 PM 2:24 AM 2:49 PM 3:11 AM 3:35 PM 3:58 AM 4:22 PM

 

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19  20  20  21  21  22  22  23  23  24  24  25  25  26  26  27  27  28  28  29  29  30  30 

Low Tide     8:38 AM  9:05 PM  9:05 PM  9:28 AM  9:28 AM  9:58 PM  9:58 PM  10:23 AM  10:23 AM  10:55 PM  10:55 PM  11:21 AM  11:21 AM  11:57 PM  11:57 PM       12:25 PM  12:25 PM  1:04 AM  1:04 AM  1:32 PM  1:32 PM  2:13 AM  2:13 AM  2:40 PM  2:40 PM  3:18 AM  3:18 AM  3:43 PM  3:43 PM  4:16 AM  4:16 AM  4:39 PM  4:39 PM  5:07 AM  5:07 AM  5:28 PM  5:28 PM  5:52 AM  5:52 AM  6:12 PM  6:12 PM  6:34 AM  6:34 AM  6:52 PM  6:52 PM  7:11 AM  7:11 AM  7:29 PM  7:29 PM  7:47 AM  7:47 AM  8:05 PM  8:05 PM  8:22 AM  8:22 AM  8:40 PM  8:56 AM  8:40 PM  9:16 PM  8:56 AM  9:32 AM  9:16 PM  9:54 PM  9:32 AM  10:11 AM  9:54 PM  10:36 PM  10:11 AM  10:55 AM  10:36 PM  11:24 PM  10:55 AM  11:45 AM  11:24 PM     11:45 AM  12:18 AM     12:42 PM  12:18 AM  1:18 AM  12:42 PM  1:44 PM  1:18 AM  2:19 AM  1:44 PM  2:44 PM  2:19 AM  3:16 AM  2:44 PM  3:41 PM  3:16 AM  4:10 AM  3:41 PM  4:34 PM  4:10 AM  5:01 AM  4:34 PM  5:25 PM  5:01 AM  5:49 AM  5:25 PM  6:15 PM  5:49 AM  6:38 AM  6:15 PM  7:04 PM  6:38 AM  7:27 AM  7:04 PM  7:55 PM  7:27 AM  8:17 AM  7:55 PM  8:46 PM  8:17 AM  8:46 PM 

Low   Low   Slack  Slack  12:05 AM  12:05 AM  12:28 PM  12:28 PM  12:55 AM  12:55 AM  1:18 PM  1:18 PM  1:48 AM  1:48 AM  2:13 PM  2:13 PM  2:45 AM  2:45 AM  3:11 PM  3:11 PM  3:47 AM  3:47 AM  4:15 PM  4:15 PM  4:54 AM  4:54 AM  5:22 PM  5:22 PM  6:03 AM  6:03 AM  6:30 PM  6:30 PM  7:08 AM  7:08 AM  7:33 PM  7:33 PM  8:06 AM  8:06 AM  8:29 PM  8:29 PM  8:57 AM  8:57 AM  9:18 PM  9:18 PM  9:42 AM  9:42 AM  10:02 PM  10:02 PM  10:24 AM  10:24 AM  10:42 PM  10:42 PM  11:01 AM  11:01 AM  11:19 PM  11:19 PM  11:37 AM  11:37 AM  11:55 PM  11:55 PM        12:12 PM  12:30 AM  12:12 PM  12:46 PM  12:30 AM  1:06 AM  12:46 PM  1:22 PM  1:06 AM  1:44 AM  1:22 PM  2:01 PM  1:44 AM  2:26 AM  2:01 PM  2:45 PM  2:26 AM  3:14 AM  2:45 PM  3:35 PM  3:14 AM  4:08 AM  3:35 PM  4:32 PM  4:08 AM  5:08 AM  4:32 PM  5:34 PM  5:08 AM  6:09 AM  5:34 PM  6:34 PM  6:09 AM  7:06 AM  6:34 PM  7:31 PM  7:06 AM  8:00 AM  7:31 PM  8:24 PM  8:00 AM  8:51 AM  8:24 PM  9:15 PM  8:51 AM  9:39 AM  9:15 PM  10:05 PM  9:39 AM  10:28 AM  10:05 PM  10:54 PM  10:28 AM  11:17 AM  10:54 PM  11:45 PM  11:17 AM  12:07 PM  11:45 PM     12:07 PM                 

High   High   Tide  Tide  2:22 AM  2:22 AM  2:46 PM  2:46 PM  3:13 AM  3:13 AM  3:38 PM  3:38 PM  4:07 AM  4:07 AM  4:33 PM  4:33 PM  5:06 AM  5:06 AM  5:33 PM  5:33 PM  6:10 AM  6:10 AM  6:39 PM  6:39 PM  7:18 AM  7:18 AM  7:48 PM  7:48 PM  8:27 AM  8:27 AM  8:55 PM  8:55 PM  9:31 AM  9:31 AM  9:56 PM  9:56 PM  10:28 AM  10:28 AM  10:50 PM  10:50 PM  11:17 AM  11:17 AM  11:38 PM  11:38 PM        12:00 PM  12:00 PM  12:20 AM  12:20 AM  12:39 PM  12:39 PM  12:59 AM  12:59 AM  1:16 PM  1:16 PM  1:37 AM  1:37 AM  1:51 PM  1:51 PM  2:13 AM  2:13 AM  2:26 PM  2:48 AM  2:26 PM  3:01 PM  2:48 AM  3:24 AM  3:01 PM  3:38 PM  3:24 AM  4:02 AM  3:38 PM  4:18 PM  4:02 AM  4:45 AM  4:18 PM  5:03 PM  4:45 AM  5:34 AM  5:03 PM  5:55 PM  5:34 AM  6:30 AM  5:55 PM  6:54 PM  6:30 AM  7:31 AM  6:54 PM  7:56 PM  7:31 AM  8:31 AM  7:56 PM  8:56 PM  8:31 AM  9:27 AM  8:56 PM  9:51 PM  9:27 AM  10:20 AM  9:51 PM  10:43 PM  10:20 AM  11:09 AM  10:43 PM  11:33 PM  11:09 AM  11:58 AM  11:33 PM     11:58 AM  12:23 AM     12:46 PM  12:23 AM  1:12 AM  12:46 PM  1:35 PM  1:12 AM  2:03 AM  1:35 PM  2:25 PM  2:03 AM  2:25 PM 

High  High  Slack Slack 4:47 AM 4:47 AM 5:11 PM 5:11 PM 5:38 AM 5:38 AM 6:03 PM 6:03 PM 6:32 AM 6:32 AM 6:58 PM 6:58 PM 7:31 AM 7:31 AM 7:58 PM 7:58 PM 8:35 AM 8:35 AM 9:04 PM 9:04 PM 9:43 AM 9:43 AM 10:13 PM 10:13 PM 10:52 AM 10:52 AM 11:20 PM 11:20 PM 11:56 AM 11:56 AM 12:21 AM 12:21 AM 12:53 PM 12:53 PM 1:15 AM 1:15 AM 1:42 PM 1:42 PM 2:03 AM 2:03 AM 2:25 PM 2:25 PM 2:45 AM 2:45 AM 3:04 PM 3:04 PM 3:24 AM 3:24 AM 3:41 PM 3:41 PM 4:02 AM 4:02 AM 4:16 PM 4:16 PM 4:38 AM 4:38 AM 4:51 PM 5:13 AM 4:51 PM 5:26 PM 5:13 AM 5:49 AM 5:26 PM 6:03 PM 5:49 AM 6:27 AM 6:03 PM 6:43 PM 6:27 AM 7:10 AM 6:43 PM 7:28 PM 7:10 AM 7:59 AM 7:28 PM 8:20 PM 7:59 AM 8:55 AM 8:20 PM 9:19 PM 8:55 AM 9:56 AM 9:19 PM 10:21 PM 9:56 AM 10:56 AM 10:21 PM 11:21 PM 10:56 AM 11:52 AM 11:21 PM 11:52 AM 12:16 AM 12:45 PM 12:16 AM 1:08 AM 12:45 PM 1:34 PM 1:08 AM 1:58 AM 1:34 PM 2:23 PM 1:58 AM 2:48 AM 2:23 PM 3:11 PM 2:48 AM 3:37 AM 3:11 PM 4:00 PM 3:37 AM 4:28 AM 4:00 PM 4:50 PM 4:28 AM 4:50 PM

Date Date

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9:09 AM 9:09 AM 9:40 PM 9:40 PM 10:04 AM 10:04 AM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 11:04 AM 11:04 AM 11:40 PM 11:40 PM

22 33 44 55 6 7 8 9

6 7 8 9

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12:08 PM 12:08 PM 12:45 AM 12:45 AM 1:15 PM 1:15 PM 1:52 AM 1:52 AM 2:22 PM 2:22 PM 2:55 AM 2:55 AM 3:24 PM 3:24 PM 3:52 AM 3:52 AM 4:18 PM 4:18 PM 4:42 AM 4:42 AM 5:06 PM 5:06 PM 5:27 AM 5:27 AM 5:49 PM 5:49 PM 6:08 AM 6:08 AM 6:28 PM 6:28 PM 6:45 AM 6:45 AM 7:04 PM 7:04 PM 7:20 AM 7:20 AM 7:39 PM 7:39 PM 7:53 AM 7:53 AM 8:13 PM 8:13 PM 8:27 AM 8:27 AM 8:48 PM 9:03 AM 8:48 PM 9:25 PM 9:03 AM 9:42 AM 9:25 PM 10:07 PM 9:42 AM 10:26 AM 10:07 PM 10:54 PM 10:26 AM 11:16 AM 10:54 PM 11:46 PM 11:16 AM 11:46 PM 12:12 PM 12:44 AM 12:12 PM 1:12 PM 12:44 AM 1:44 AM 1:12 PM 2:13 PM 1:44 AM 2:42 AM 2:13 PM 3:12 PM 2:42 AM 3:38 AM 3:12 PM 4:08 PM 3:38 AM 4:32 AM 4:08 PM 5:01 PM 4:32 AM 5:24 AM 5:01 PM 5:53 PM 5:24 AM 6:15 AM 5:53 PM 6:45 PM 6:15 AM 7:06 AM 6:45 PM 7:37 PM 7:06 AM 7:58 AM 7:37 PM 8:29 PM 7:58 AM 8:51 AM 8:29 PM 9:23 PM 8:51 AM 9:46 AM 9:23 PM 10:19 PM 9:46 AM 10:19 PM

Low   High   High  Low   High   High  Slack  Tide  Slack Slack  Tide  Slack 12:36 AM  12:36 AM  2:55 AM  2:55 AM  5:20 AM 5:20 AM 12:59 PM  12:59 PM  3:18 PM  3:18 PM  5:43 PM 5:43 PM 1:30 AM  1:30 AM  3:51 AM  3:51 AM  6:16 AM 6:16 AM 1:54 PM  1:54 PM  4:15 PM  4:15 PM  6:40 PM 6:40 PM 2:28 AM  2:28 AM  4:49 AM  4:49 AM  7:14 AM 7:14 AM 2:54 PM  2:54 PM  5:15 PM  5:15 PM  7:40 PM 7:40 PM 3:30 AM  3:30 AM  5:53 AM  5:53 AM  8:18 AM 8:18 AM 3:58 PM  3:58 PM  6:21 PM  6:21 PM  8:46 PM 8:46 PM 4:35 AM  4:35 AM  7:00 AM  7:00 AM  9:25 AM 9:25 AM 5:05 PM  7:29 PM  9:54 PM 5:05 PM  7:29 PM  9:54 PM 5:42 AM  8:07 AM  10:32 AM 5:42 AM  8:07 AM  10:32 AM 6:12 PM  8:35 PM  11:00 PM 6:12 PM  8:35 PM  11:00 PM 6:45 AM  9:09 AM  11:34 AM 6:45 AM  9:09 AM  11:34 AM 7:14 PM  9:36 PM  7:14 PM  9:36 PM  7:42 AM  10:04 AM  12:01 AM 7:42 AM  10:04 AM  12:01 AM 8:08 PM  10:29 PM  12:29 PM 8:08 PM  10:29 PM  12:29 PM 8:32 AM  10:52 AM  12:54 AM 8:32 AM  11:16 PM  10:52 AM  1:17 PM 12:54 AM 8:56 PM  8:56 PM  11:16 PM  1:41 AM 1:17 PM 9:17 AM  11:35 AM  9:17 AM  11:35 AM  1:41 AM 9:39 PM  11:58 PM  2:00 PM 9:39 PM  11:58 PM  2:00 PM 9:58 AM     2:23 AM 9:58 AM  12:13 PM     2:23 AM 10:18 PM  2:38 PM 10:18 PM  12:13 PM  2:38 PM 10:35 AM  12:37 AM  3:02 AM 10:35 AM 12:49 PM  12:37 AM  3:14 PM 3:02 AM 10:54 PM  10:54 PM  1:13 AM  12:49 PM  3:38 AM 3:14 PM 11:10 AM  11:10 AM  1:13 AM  3:38 AM 11:29 PM  1:23 PM  3:48 PM 11:29 PM  1:47 AM  1:23 PM  4:12 AM 3:48 PM 11:43 AM  11:43 AM  1:47 AM  4:22 PM 4:12 AM    1:57 PM     1:57 PM  4:46 AM 4:22 PM 12:03 AM  2:21 AM  12:03 AM  2:31 PM  2:21 AM  4:56 PM 4:46 AM 12:17 PM  12:38 AM  12:17 PM  2:56 AM  2:31 PM  5:21 AM 4:56 PM 12:53 PM  PM 12:38 AM  3:07 PM  2:56 AM  5:325:21 AM 1:15 AM  12:53 PM  3:33 AM  3:07 PM  5:58 AM 5:32 PM 1:32 PM  1:15 AM  3:47 PM  3:33 AM  6:12 PM 5:58 AM 1:57 AM  1:32 PM  4:16 AM  3:47 PM  6:41 AM 6:12 PM 2:16 PM  1:57 AM  4:32 PM  4:16 AM  6:57 PM 6:41 AM 2:44 AM  2:16 PM  5:04 AM  4:32 PM  7:29 AM 6:57 PM 3:06 PM  2:44 AM  5:24 PM  5:04 AM  7:49 PM 7:29 AM 3:36 AM  5:58 AM  8:23 AM 3:06 PM  5:24 PM  7:49 PM 4:02 PM  3:36 AM  6:21 PM  5:58 AM  8:46 PM 8:23 AM 4:34 AM  4:02 PM  6:56 AM  6:21 PM  9:21 AM 8:46 PM 5:02 PM  4:34 AM  7:21 PM  6:56 AM  9:46 PM 9:21 AM 5:34 AM  7:56 AM  10:21 AM 5:02 PM  7:21 PM  9:46 PM 6:03 PM  8:22 PM  10:47 PM 5:34 AM  7:56 AM  10:21 AM 6:32 AM  8:54 AM  11:19 AM 6:03 PM  8:22 PM  10:47 PM 7:02 PM  9:21 PM  11:46 PM 6:32 AM  8:54 AM  11:19 AM 7:28 AM  9:49 AM  7:02 PM  9:21 PM  11:46 PM 7:58 PM  10:16 PM  12:14 PM 7:28 AM  9:49 AM  8:22 AM  10:42 AM  12:41 AM 7:58 PM  10:16 PM  12:14 PM 8:51 PM  11:10 PM  1:07 PM 8:22 AM  10:42 AM  12:41 AM 9:14 AM  11:33 AM  1:35 AM 8:51 PM  11:10 PM  1:07 PM 9:43 PM     1:58 PM 9:14 AM  12:02 AM  11:33 AM  2:27 AM 1:35 AM 10:05 AM  9:43 PM  12:24 PM     1:58 PM 10:35 PM  2:49 PM 10:05 AM 12:53 AM  12:02 AM  3:18 AM 2:27 AM 10:56 AM  10:35 PM  12:24 PM  2:49 PM 11:27 PM  1:15 PM  3:40 PM 10:56 AM  1:46 AM  12:53 AM  4:11 AM 3:18 AM 11:48 AM  11:27 PM  1:15 PM  4:32 PM 3:40 PM    2:07 PM  11:48 AM  2:39 AM  1:46 AM  5:04 AM 4:11 AM 12:19 AM     2:07 PM  5:25 PM 4:32 PM 12:41 PM  3:00 PM  12:19 AM  3:34 AM  2:39 AM  5:59 AM 5:04 AM 1:13 AM  12:41 PM  3:56 PM  3:00 PM  6:21 PM 5:25 PM 1:36 PM  1:13 AM  3:34 AM  5:59 AM   1:36 PM  3:56 PM  6:21 PM  

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Free parking and fully licensed


Periwinkle Point www.periwinklepoint.ca

Contact: Wade Allaby (506) 640-3184 periwinklepoint@gmail.com Border Crossing (Calais, USA) Conservation Area (Maine, USA)

Waterfront property for sale 82 Acres, 5700 ft of waterfront available

Historical St. Croix River

Ganong Nature & Marine Park (Conservation Area)

Approved sub-division plan Several hiking trails nearby

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10km to St.Andrews or St. Stephen New Brunswick, Canada (border crossing)

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