Good music, good food, and good company are all waiting for you at one of Fredericton’s festivals! We’ve got a full calendar of festivals and special events in Fredericton, so look no further than this comprehensive list. We know you’ll find something here that will pique your interests.  From multi-day music festivals to food and drink experiences to winter programming like our own Fredericton FROSTival, it’s all here with a year of festivals in Fredericton.


Fredericton Fall Craft ShowTHE FREDERICTON FALL CRAFT SHOW, October 2 - 4, 2015
Capital Exhibit Centre, 361 Smythe St.
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Start your shopping early at the Fredericton Fall Craft Show! There is jewellery, wood, sewing, knitting, crocheting, pottery, painting, drawing, felting, ceramic, glass, clothes, sweaters, everything for babies and toddlers, fudge, chocolates, candies and on and on. With over 140 exhibitors, the list is endless. Come and see for yourself, and bring your family and friends! Hours: Friday 2pm-8pm; Saturday 10am-6pm; Sunday 11am-4pm.

 Thanksgiving at Kings Landing Historical Settlement
THANKSGIVING HARVEST WEEKENDS, October 3 - 4 & 10-11, 2015
Kings Head, Kings Landing Historical Settlement
506-363-4966; www.kingslanding.nb.ca
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Visit the Kings Landing Historical Settlement for their Thanksgiving Apple Festival (October 3 & 4) or their Thanksgiving Harvest Celebration (October 10, 11 & 12) and experience kids games, apple cider, the annual auction on October 12, and more! The Thanksgiving Dining Experience is also available by reservation at 11:30am and 4pm on all five days!

 Pre Pop Festival at the Capital Complex
PRE POP FESTIVAL, October 20-25, 2015
The Capital Complex
506-459-3558; www.thecapitalcomplex.com
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Performances of all kinds await you at the Pre Pop Festival! This five-day festival is jam-packed with shows on all levels of the Capital Complex. Tickets are available for individual shows or for the entire festival.




Discover New Brunswick's burgeoning brewing industry with New Brunswick Beer Tours. Our inaugural trip will take place on November 1 with stops at the brand new Rail Car Brewing Company as well as Big Axe. We'll sample beer at each location and have some available on the bus as well. We'll return to Fredericton to visit some of what the Capital City has to offer and sample at the King Street Ale House. Lunch included with your ticket, though stops are subject to change. 


Silverwave Film Festival14th ANNUAL SILVER WAVE FILM FESTIVAL, November 5 - 8, 2015 (November 3 - 6, 2016)
Various venues
506-455-1632; www.swfilmfest.com
Experience the vibrancy of the local filmmaking community. Over 80 films by local, national, and international filmmakers. Featuring some of the best documentaries from Canada and the US, award winning films from the Toronto International Film Festival, and special guests. Hosted by the NB Filmmakers' Co-operative.


Christmas Arts & Crafts ShowCHRISTMAS ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW, November 6 - 8, 2015
Capital Exhibition Centre, 359 Smythe St.
506-458-8819; www.capitalexhibitcentre.ca
This holiday season, you can get your Christmas shopping done and support local artisans! The Christmas Arts & Crafts Show at the Capital Exhibition Centre will be packed with local artists of all sorts selling their wares - everything from baking to knitting to woodworking.



Rogers Hometown HockeyROGERS HOMETOWN HOCKEY TOUR, November 7 - 8, 2015
Join Ron MacLean and Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour as they make their stop in Fredericton! Enjoy a jam-packed weekend of free outdoor activities that celebrate all things hockey!



NB Spirits FestivalNEW BRUNSWICK SPIRITS FESTIVAL, November 18 - 20, 2015
Delta Fredericton Hotel
506-450-2065; www.whiskynb.ca

Canada’s Oldest Spirit Festival, now 3 days! Special tastings hosted by world leading authorities on whiskies & premium spirits offering appreciation techniques. The festival offers over 180 of the world’s finest Spirits, Single Malt Whiskies, Scotches, Cognacs, Rums, Gins and Liqueurs. Enjoy food samplings tables and take in informative seminars.



Christmas at the Market Craft ShowCHRISTMAS AT THE MARKET CRAFT SHOW, November 18 & 19, 2015 (November 19 & 20, 2016)
Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market
506-451-1815; www.frederictonfarmersmarket.com
Enjoy a Handmade Christmas at the Boyce Farmers’ Market, Downtown Fredericton. With a wide variety of local artists, there's something for everyone this Christmas.



Handmades Tale Craft Show at the Brookside MallHANDMADE’S TALE CHRISTMAS CRAFT SHOW, November 19 - 21, 2015
Brookside Mall, 435 Brookside Dr.
506-458-9038; www.brookside-mall.com
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Christmas Craft and Creativity is back during our Annual Handmade’s Tale Christmas Craft Show! Exhibiting local crafters and over 20 years’ experience, you’ll find something unique for everyone on your Christmas list this year.



Fredericton Poutine FestivalFREDERICTON POUTINE FESTIVAL, November 21 2015
Delta Fredericton
All you can sample poutine plus craft beer at two different sessions! In the afternoon, check out the family-friendly session with over 10 different poutines, and then for the 19+ crowd, the evening session will also feature 15 craft beers for sampling. Click here to get your tickets! 



Ten Thousand Villages Craft ShowTEN THOUSAND VILLAGES CRAFT SHOW, 2015
Wilmot United Church, 473 King Street
Ten Thousand Villages is the oldest and largest Fair Trade organization in North America, selling artisan-crafted personal accessories, home decor and gift items from around the globe. Visit their craft expo at Wilmot United Church and pick up some ethically-traded and globally-conscious Christmas gifts!



Christmas in the VillageCHRISTMAS IN THE VILLAGE, November 28 & 29, 2015
Village of Gagetown
506-488-3567; www.villageofgagetown.ca
Have fun while shopping for arts, crafts and antiques, take part in a Treasure Hunt and look out for Santa Claus and carollers.




City Hall Christmas Tree LightingCHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING, 2015
New Brunswick Legislature (7pm) & Fredericton City Hall (7:45)
506-460-2020; www.fredericton.ca
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Help the City of Fredericton and the Province of New Brunswick kick off the Christmas season! Gathering at the Legislature, see the provincial tree light up before taking part in a parade down Queen Street to City Hall to see the City's tree lit up for the first time this season.


New Brunswick College of Craft & Design
506-453-2305; www.nbccd.ca
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Come support the Fine Craft students at NBCCD during their Annual Christmas Craft Sale! Featuring stunning work from the second-year students of the Ceramic, Jewelry and Textile departments. Great for gifts or a treat for yourself!



KINSMEN SANTA CLAUS PARADE, November 28, 2015 at 5pm
Fredericton's Northside - click here for the parade route
506-453-0296 or 506-457-2127
A lighted Christmas parade to welcome Santa Claus! Get bundled up and enjoy the sights of parade floats and the sounds of marching bands playing your favourite Christmas tunes. You may even get a candy cane (or two)! Starts at 5pm





St. Mary's Festival of LightsFESTIVAL OF LIGHTS, December 1 - 26, 2015 (December 1 - 25, 2016)
St. Mary’s First Nation
Visit the St. Mary's First Nation community on Fredericton's Northside to see the Christmas lights! Themed displays, holiday scenes, and Christmas music will help you and yours get into the spirit of Christmas in Fredericton. Small donations will be collected along the route for local charities.




CHRISTMAS ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW, December 4 - 6, 2015
Capital Exhibition Centre, 359 Smythe St.
506-458-8819; www.capitalexhibitcentre.ca
With local goodies for all, be sure to check out the second instalment of the Capital Exhibition Centre's Christmas Arts & Crafts Show! Local artisans will be there selling everything from jams and jellies to pottery to jewellery and clothing.




Christmas Choice Craft SaleCHRISTMAS CHOICE CRAFT SALE, December, 2015
UNB Art Centre (Memorial Hall), 9 Bailey Drive
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Just like Christmas, this sale only happens one day a year! 12pm-4pm.






Kathleen EdwardsSHIVERING SONGS, January  22 - 25, 2016
Various Locations 
In its fourth year, this festival with a mighty heart has full intentions of warming up the music lovers of Fredericton. Curated by local folk-pop group Olympic Symphonium and friends, this festival has a strong emphasis on the songwriting craft and
annually features an array of East Coast artists as well as songwriters, musicians and storytellers from all over North America. Music fans of all ages will find something to embrace at Shivering Songs.


Fredericton FROSTivalFREDERICTON FROSTIVAL, January 21 - February 14, 2016
The Maritime's largest winter celebration with over 90 events! 

Grab your hat and mittens and get ready for the perfect winter celebration! Major festivals, outdoor family fun, sporting events, theatre performances, cultural experiences, fine craft and art workshops, culinary delights and the list goes on!



Dine Around Freddy 2014DINE AROUND FREDDY, January 2016
Various locations
506-460-2041; www.dinearoundfredericton.ca
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Dine Around Freddy is Fredericton's winter celebration of fine cuisine and great food deals!





Fredericton FROSTivalFREDERICTON FROSTIVAL, January 21 - February 14, 2016
The Maritime's largest winter celebration with over 90 events! 

Grab your hat and mittens and get ready for the perfect winter celebration! Major festivals, outdoor family fun, sporting events, theatre performances, cultural experiences, fine craft and art workshops, culinary delights and the list goes on!



WinterfesthiverWINTERFESTHIVER, February 2016
359 Smythe Street, Fredericton Exhibition Grounds (Racetrack)
 Winterfesthiver - Twitter
Gigantic ice slides, snowmazing labyrinth, dog sled rides, snow sculptures and much more await you at the Winterfest Winter Kingdom. Visit the website to see why "it's winter fun for everyone!"



MARCH 2016

Fredericton Convention Centre
  Fredericton Craft Beer Festival
It's all about the beer! Pure. Simple. Tasting the best craft beers available in the Maritimes, Eastern Canada and New England.




Sugar Bush Weekends at Kings LandingSUGAR BUSH WEEKENDS AT KINGS LANDING, March 2016
Kings Landing Historical Settlement
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Join the folks at the Kings Landing Historical Settlement for their Sugar Bush Weekends! See how they tap the trees, make maple syrup - and even how they make maple toffee on the snow!



Fredericton Wine ShowFREDERICTON WINE SHOW, March 2016
Fredericton Convention Centre
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This event feature a wide variety of wines from regions all over the world, as well as some of the best food from our own Fredericton community. This event is in support of the Arthritis Society’s research, advocacy, programs, and services here in New Brunswick.



APRIL 2016

Fred Kid Fair10th ANNUAL FREDKID FAIR, April 23, 2016
Capital Exhibit Centre
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Don't miss out on this full day of exciting events for the whole family. Activities and stage shows are geared towards children between 0 and 10, including, "Science East," "Chinese Cultural Association," "Music for Young Children"; petting zoo, face painting, and three bouncy castles for kids of all ages. With over 50 booths on hand, adults too large for the bouncing play area are well rewarded with information and resources made available by local business and merchants, charities and essential service providers.


Capital Exhibit Centre
506-458-8819; www.frexrod.com
FREXRod offers enthusiasts in the Capital region a much needed fix of automotive excitement. The end of April is the perfect time to remedy cabin fever, and by the time the FREXRod show opens its doors, the region’s finest caliber hot rods and customs will be ready for competition. Over 120 vehicles from rods, antiques, customs, trucks, street machines, bikes, imports and race cars will be on display.

MAY 2016

Various Locations
The Mayworks Fredericton Festival is a multi-disciplinary arts festival open to the general public. The festival will program works of music, theatre, cinema, printmaking, painting, photography, literature and more. It aims to help build a culture and society that celebrates and recognizes the history and struggle of the working people of New Brunswick. Mayworks Fredericton is a project of the Fredericton and District Labour Council.

Mix It Up FrederictonMIX IT UP FREDERICTON EVENT, May 2016
Crowne Plaza Lord Beaverbrook Hotel Fredericton
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Delight your palate with an evening of cocktails including Spirits, Cider, Craft Beer and Mead as well as food samples available.



The Capital City Road Runners of Fredericton bring you the Maritime Provinces' longest running marathon. Full and half-marathon, as well as 10km and 5km events. There's also a 1km and 3km kids fun run.



JUNE 2016

Freddy Beach RibfestFREDDY BEACH RIBFEST, June 2-5, 2016
Capital Exhibition Grounds
506-458-8819; www.freddybeachribfest.ca 
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Professional rib teams will travel to Fredericton to compete and serve some of the best ribs, chicken, and pulled pork. There will also be local food vendors on-site, live music, a kids zone, family area & more! Admission is free. Everyone is welcome!

New Maryland DayNEW MARYLAND DAY, June 2016
New Maryland, NB
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New Maryland Day is an annual event, celebrating the village’s date of incorporation. This event provides many forms of entertainment for the entire family. Some activities include carnival games, face painting, pony rides, petting zoo, popcorn and cotton candy. Bring your family and friends and plan on having a wonderful time!

St. Mary's Pow WowST. MARY'S POW WOW, June 17 - 19 2016
Site of the "Old Reserve" on Union Street
Come hear the Drum Beat of Mother Earth and listen to the voices of the ancestors of the Wolastoqiyik (Maliseet) people as they share their culture through music & dance. Performers include Muskrat Singers, Grass Dancers, Men's traditional, Women's Jingle Dress & Ladies Fancy Shawl dancers.




Fredericton Burger BattleFREDERICTON BURGER BATTLE, June, 2016
Various locations
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The Fredericton Burger Battle is a celebration of barbecue season through the culinary creation of amazing, one-of-a-kind burgers at various locations around Fredericton!

University of New Brunswick & St. Thomas University
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A weekend of discussions, presentations, keynote speakers, and open space meetings to facilitate the creation, funding, mobilization, and distribution of knowledge between mutually interested communities in Atlantic Canada.



Officers' Square


Maritime Countryfest is an open-air festival located in the heart of beautiful downtown Fredericton in historic Officers’ Square. Country music fans will experience performances by local and emerging artists including headliner Johnny Reid and special guests The Road Hammers, Joe Diffie and Sundy Best. Maritime Countryfest is a licensed event and is accessible to all. 


Cultural ExpressionsCULTURAL EXPRESSIONS FESTIVAL, June 23 - 25, 2016
Officers’ Square
506-452-0654; www.cefnb.ca

A celebration of cultural diversity! Special activities for families; multicultural dance & music, international food, displays & more.



Folly FestFEELSGOOD FOLLY FEST, June, 2016
Queen's County Fairgrounds, Village of Gagetown

Three days of music and art. Activities include 3 stages of music, a full vending market, live art, a grass covered camping area, workshops, and circus performers! With over 50 acts, Folly Fest has something for everyone!



Bard in the Barracks presents Hamlet, 2014BARD IN THE BARRACKS, June, 2016
Odell Park 
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Celebrate 10 years of Bard in the Barracks! Take in their anniversary season with two special productions of Shakespearean plays in two locations on alternating nights. Return to the company's original location in Barrack's Square for a special presentation of Romeo and Juliet, or take in an encore of last season's hit Hamlet in Odell Park. Each classic tale is carefully staged, using the beauty of the locations to enhance the experience.


JULY 2016

Canada Day in FrederictonCANADA DAY CELEBRATIONS, July 1, 2016
Officers' Square
506-476-3866 (FTON); www.tourismfredericton.ca
Enjoy a day and evening of free entertainment! Don't miss Canada Day 2015 in Fredericton, the nation's biggest neighbourhood block party! For the full Fredericton Canada Day schedule click here.


Pioneer DaysPIONEER DAYS, July 1, 2016
Oromocto, NB

It's time for Pioneer Days! Be sure to visit Oromocto during this week-long event. With community suppers, midway rides and games, and a Canada Day celebration, there's plenty to keep you busy for the whole week.



River Jam15th ANNUAL RIVER JAM, July, 2016
Delta Fredericton Hotel

Four stages and 20+ bands from folk/bluegrass to rhythm & blues and classic rock performed by local bands ending with a jam session that will bring musicians together for an all-star performance. To get the full River Jam lineup, click here.



Tasting NBTASTING NB, July 2016
The Capital Complex patios

Bringing together NB craft alcohol producers of all varieties for the first time, this early evening outdoor event offers guests with the opportunity to enjoy a full range of products at their leisure, followed by the NB Tap Takeover and afterparty in Wilser's Room with music from Fredericton's Dub Antenna. Producers include Picaroons, Big Axe, Petit Sault, Red Rover Cide, Pollen Angels Meade, Fil du Roy Spirits and more.


FredRockFREDROCK, July, 2016
York Street Parking Lot (Behind City Hall) 

A 2-day music festival in the heart of downtown Fredericton, FredRock Music Festival offers a great lineup of talented musicians and bands!




NotaBle Acts Theatre FestivalNOTABLE ACTS SUMMER THEATRE FESTIVAL, July, 2016
Multiple venues
506-458-7406; www.nbacts.com
The 15th annual NotaBle Acts Theatre Festival, featuring a lineup of all new plays by emerging and established New Brunswick playwrights, will take to stages across Fredericton.

 Highland Games
Government House
506-452-9244 or 1-888-368-4444; www.highlandgames.ca
  Highland Games - Instagram
A fun-filled family weekend on the grounds of historic Government House. Come for your annual Celtic infusion of music, bagpipes, highland dance, traditional Scottish athletics, Scottish foods, whiskies, genealogy, crafts and more. Don’t miss the Friday evening kick-off concert and party, the Saturday night Ceilidh with traditional music and dancing, special Kids Corner and Souvenir tent. Be a Scot for the weekend!


Tay Creek Folk FestivalTAY CREEK FOLK FESTIVAL, July 29-31, 2016
Tay Ridge Farm, 3888 Rte 620, Tay Creek (approx. 25 minutes from Fredericton)
506-367-3133 or 506-440 5556;www.taycreekfestival.ca

Come on out and celebrate the Tay Creek Folk Festival! This festival features folk music, country, bluegrass, Celtic and some classic rock. A BBQ and refreshments will be available on site, and the Puddleducks Café will have all sorts of local treats available for purchase.


Nashwaak Music FestivalNASHWAAK MUSIC FEST, July, 2016
Nashwaak Bridge (30 minutes north of Fredericton)

Nashwaak Music Festival is 3-day, family-fun festival featuring 23 bands, kids activities, artisans, food vendors, free camping, and free admission for kids 12 and under. Located 40 km North of Fredericton in Nashwaak Bridge, beside the Nashwaak River on New Brunswick day weekend.  


August 2016

   Fredericton Beer Run
Start location: Delta Fredericton
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Join the Fredericton Beer Run on New Brunswick Day as they host a run through beautiful downtown Fredericton, followed by some fantastic brews! There will be a 6km route and a 12km route.



Stanley Community FairSTANLEY COMMUNITY FAIR, August, 2016
Stanley Fair Grounds (approx. 50 minutes from Fredericton)
506-367-3151; www.stanleyfair.com

The Stanley Community Fair is New Brunswicks’s longest continuously running agricultural fair, established in 1851. It features a variety of events, including an opening dinner, a silent auction of fine local crafts, historical displays, variety of
musical entertainment, an all ages scavenger hunt, woodsman’s competition, new exhibit spaces, and more! 


Acadian Day CelebrationsACADIAN DAY CELEBRATIONS, August 15, 2016
Officers’ Square
506-453-2731; www.centre-sainte-anne.nb.ca
A variety of activities for the whole family to celebrate Acadian language, culture, and joie de vivre! There will be music, games for kids, a flag raising ceremony, and a tintamarre (parade) that will run from Officers' Square up Queen Street to Phoenix Square in front of City Hall!



NB Summer Music FestivalNB SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL, August, 2016
Multiple venues
506-458-7836; www.nbsummermusicfestival.ca
A two-week festival celebrating classical chamber music, featuring the works of selected composers played by Canada’s most talented classical musicians. Festival includes concerts, music discovery talks, free community performances, kids’ events and workshops.

New Brunswick Fine Craft FestivalNEW BRUNSWICK FINE CRAFTS FESTIVAL, August 26-28, 2016
Officers' Square
NB Crafts Council, 506-450-8989; www.nbcraftscouncil.ca 

Officers’ Square will come alive with the annual New Brunswick Fine Crafts Festival, hosted by the New Brunswick Crafts Council. Featuring original works by award-winning New Brunswick crafts people, this festival will not only provide a vibrant environment for community members to discover stunning, locally made craft, such as pottery, jewelry, sculpture, glassware, and wood, but also feature live art demonstrations, live performances from local musicians, a kids craft corner, local food vendors, henna and face painting, and a beer garden sponsored by Picaroons.

Vintage in the VillageVINTAGE IN THE VILLAGE, September, 2016
Village of Gagetown
506-488-3441; www.villageofgagetown.ca
Step back in time and enjoy a historical wine-tasting walk through the Village of Gagetown. Visit various locations in the Village as you sip your way through town. Ticket price includes a custom-made wine goblet made by a local artisan.




Capital Exhibit Centre & Grounds, 361 Smythe St.
506-458-9819; www.nbex.ca • Schedule
 The NBEx - Twitter
A tradition since 1827, the New Brunswick Provincial Exhibition is fun for all ages. This week-long special event features an agricultural show, draft horse show, provincial Holstein show, world class entertainment, harness racing, stage shows and commercial exhibits along with lots of carnival games and food (including the famous “dippy dog”). Kids will love the midway rides, aerial shows, petting zoo, pony rides and more.


Feast in the FieldFEAST IN THE FIELD, September 11, 2016
Officers' Square
506-462-9555; www.abilitynb.ca 
Enjoy an afternoon filled with delicious food and drink, wonderful entertainment and beautiful scenery in support of Ability New Brunswick. A variety of chefs preparing different cuisines will be in the Square dishing out samples of their specialties for you to try!


Avett BrothersHARVEST JAZZ AND BLUES FESTIVAL, September 13 - 18, 2016
Multiple venues
1-888-622-5837(NB BLUES); www.harvestjazzandblues.com
    Fredericton Craft Beer - Instagram
It’s the best international festival experience on Canada’s East Coast, with the best in jazz, blues and world music taking centre stage. During six incredible days in historic downtown Fredericton, the annual festival features over 350 artists and 125 performances on 23 stages, all within four city blocks. Acclaimed international performers and top regional acts share the stage for a music experience like no other. Expect gritty acoustic and electric blues, traditional and progressive jazz, rock, soul, Cajun/Zydeco and more. Venues include big top tents, theatres, national historic sites, closed streets, pubs and clubs.


Harvest Logo 

Queen's County Fair69th QUEEN'S COUNTY FAIR, September 15-18, 2016
Gagetown Fairgrounds, 20 Court House Road
Midway, light horse shows, hauling matches, home cooked supper, antique tractor display, livestock exhibits, musical entertainment and much more.



Oromocto Family Fun DayOROMOCTO FAMILY FUN DAY & TERRY FOX RUN, September 18, 2016
Sir Douglas Hazen Park (Oromocto, NB)
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The Annual Terry Fox Run will be followed by a family corn boil, musical entertainment, bouncy castles, temporary tattoos, and other activities.


Open Farm DayNEW BRUNSWICK OPEN FARM DAY, September 18, 2016
Various farms of New Brunswick
506-452-8101; www.fermenbfarm.ca
Each year this program offers opportunities for the whole family to meet farmers, to view modern farm operations, and to discuss many issues related to modern food production.




UNB HomecomingUNB HOMECOMING, September, 2016
Various locations
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Homecoming is about reconnecting with old friends, meeting new ones and being social. It is about celebrating our rich history and being a part of campus traditions.



Accreon Fall Classic 2014FREDERICTON FALL CLASSIC, September, 2016
Start location: TBA
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Events include the 5k, 10k and half-marathon, and a 3k Middle School Challenge. There will also be a 1k Kid's Fun Run (just 1,000 meters!), which will be held the day before on the green by the Crowne Plaza.


Doors Open FrederictonDOORS OPEN FREDERICTON, September 25, 2016
Interesting buildings throughout Fredericton
506-460-2411; www.fredericton.ca 
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This is your opportunity to see some of Fredericton’s most historically, and culturally interesting buildings not usually open to the public.