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The Turner’s Christmas Craft Sale- Nov. 2010

Looking for thoughtful gifts that support the local economy? Look no further than the huge Christmas Craft sale at the Coliseum this coming weekend. The 23 annual show has become a tradition in Moncton, “And we are once again on the same weekend as the Moncton Santa Claus parade on Saturday night” says Greg Turner, …

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The Atlantic Green Show- Nov. 2010

If you are building a new house or renovating your old house, there are now many products and services that will increase your energy efficiency and decrease your bills as well as your personal ‘carbon footprint’. Discover the possibilities at the first show of this kind in the Maritimes, The Atlantic Green Show, held from …

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Foto Expo – Moncton- Oct. 2010

It takes all kinds to make a professional photographer. Some work in studios and others are world adventurers who grab their passport and camera at moment’s notice and jump on a plane. There are those that track quietly through the wilderness waiting for a bear to appear in the woods and others that, just as …

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Moncton’s Summer Cultural Series- June, 2010

This summer you will be able to enjoy live music with your coffee at the Market on Saturday morning, in the afternoon at the park with the kids, and on a weekday evening when the heat of the day has cooled and  a garden park is the place to be. Open air concerts will be …

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The Moncton Highland Games- June, 2010

  If you are drawn to the sound of wailing pipers and beating drums, you won’t want to miss the mass band march on to the fields of Bernice MacNaughton High School at noon on Saturday June 19th,  piping in the fourth year of the very successful Highland Games in Moncton. The festivities begin on …

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How do you like to drink your beer?- May, 2010

For many Canadians beer is meant to be drunk out of a cold, frosty bottle, but for a connoisseur, beer is not something to quaff.  For those with a nose for the aroma, and eye for the hue and sparkle, and an obsession for the size of the ‘head’, every beer has an appropriate glass. …

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The Doll and Miniature Show- March, 2010

Very few people can resist miniatures, whether it is a  train set or a doll house filled with tiny furniture. Adults worries fade away when we ‘think small’ and  live in a make believe world. Some full grown adults actually spend all their time creating or collecting miniatures, and they are probably some of the …

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Tantramar Seniors’ College- March, 2010

If you are over fifty and thinking of returning to college, Tantramar Seniors’ College might be just the place for you. The college, a non-profit organization not associated with any official educational institutions, proudly offers three semesters of a wide selection of courses for the yearly fee of one hundred dollars. The ‘grass roots’ seniors’ …

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The Luck of the Irish?- March, 2010

“If you had the luck of the Irish You’d be sorry and wish you were dead, You should have the luck of the Irish, And you’d wish you was English instead” In John Lennons’ song The Luck of the Irish, a forgettable song except for Yoko Ono’s atonal contribution, Lennon gives voice to the theory …

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Diamond Divas and Friends Revue- Feb. 2010

If you think of a flamboyant female impersonator when you see the Rue Paul street sign in Dieppe you may already know about the highly anticipated  Diamond Divas Revue coming to the Capital Theater on Saturday, February 20th. “It is the only one of its kind in Atlantic Canada.” says Steve Laviolette, producer and MC …

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