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  • Friday July 01
    Canada Day Celebration

    • Start Date: Friday July 01
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    • Start Time: 12:00 PM
    • Event Website: Website
    • Community: Unknown
    • Location: Central New Brunswick Woodmens Museum
    • Phone Number: 506-369-7214

    The Central New Brunswick Woodmens Museum is proud to be celebrating Canada Day and featuring many events and activities geared towards entire families and would very much like to have you spend the afternoon with us. Enjoy face painting, photo booth, water activities, yard and bake sale, BBQ, Bouncy Castle, much much more, and of course CAKE. July 01, 2016 starting at noon with the flag raising ceremony and the singing of O'Canada and running until 3:00 pm. Admission is only $2.00. Thank you

  • Monday July 04
    Fredericton Region Museum Summer Camps

    • Start Date: Monday July 04
    • End Date: Friday August 12
    • Start Time: 08:30 AM
    • Event Website: Website
    • Community: Downtown
    • Location: Fredericton Region Museum
    • Phone Number: 506-455-6041

    The Fredericton Region Museum is once again hosting summer day camps in July and August! Join us for a week (or two!) of hands on, educational activities across the city as you come face to face with the rich history of the capital region!

  • Saturday July 09
    Nigerian Musician Brings African Rhythms to Fredericton

    • Start Date: Saturday July 09
    • End Date:
    • Start Time: 07:30 PM
    • Event Website: Website
    • Community: Uptown
    • Location: Grimross Brewing Cro
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    Nigerian-born musician, Kunle, will be in concert with Camilo V. at Grimross Brewing Co in Fredericton on Saturday July 9th at 7:30pm. Kunle bridges his contemporary singer/songwriter style with roots in West African rhythms and stories. Nigerian-born and currently based in Toronto, Kunle brings together his rich vocals, unique guitar tapping, harmonica and talking drum to take audiences into what he terms 'music with no boundaries'. Kunle has performed at folk festivals in Ontario and West Africa, including Mariposa Folk Festival. This summer he will be showcased at Peterborough Folk Festival and Blue Skies Folk Festival. In 2015, he opened for Shaggy (Mr.Bombastic himself!) for a special performance in Toronto. That same year, his instrumental song “My Little Fingers” was awarded for best instrumental by Folk Music Ontario. Kunle captivates audiences with his stories, all the while getting them to sing along and teaching them a proverb or two in local African languages. Kunle’s performances are a cultural event to celebrate West Africa music and heritage, but also an evening of showcasing his percussion-style guitar playing and beautiful songwriting. Just back from Europe and Africa, this performance is part of Kunle’s 5 country tour to showcase his EP, Amí N Relé, which means home sweet home in his native language Yoruba. The Fredericton concert date is produced by Roots and Soul Music Promotions, based out of Fredericton.