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'Twas the Month Before Christmas in Downtown Fredericton

‘Twas the month before Christmas, when all thro’ downtown, The shoppers were frantic and on a countdown. ~ And so it begins… Join me as I give you a glimpse of my hometown’s downtown, through a familiar sounding poem. Spend a day, in my shoes and though my eyes, with my dear friend too, as we enjoy shopping & walking about, savouring the festive moments in beautiful downtown Fredericton. I hope you get a chance, in your own shoes, to experience the same. It’s one of my favourite places.

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Charming Chester

Check out Chester for an afternoon of wandering artisan shops & creative entrepreneurial stores. Enjoy a tasty lunch at one of the cute cafes or seafood restaurants and bask in the harbour front ocean views but don’t underestimate what you may have heard to be Lunenburg’s or Mahone Bay’s little sister. This south shore beauty, less than an hour from Halifax, has a winning personality ~ all of her own. There is more packed into this picturesque village than you would expect. Come see what you have been missing in Charming Chester.

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Making Waves on Ministers Island

‘Making Waves: Art on the Island’ is an annual event sponsored by Sunbury Shores Art & Nature Centre. This Fine Art Auction is a community arts & nature fundraiser held at Covenhoven House on Ministers Island. It is a extraordinary evening held in a remarkable place, featuring works by 50 contemporary artists and it all begins by crossing to an island on the exposed ocean floor when the tide is low.

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Enchanting Victoria By-The-Sea

Victoria By-the-Sea is special. You know it the minute you arrive. The sweet painted homes, some even with widow-walks on the top reminding you of its’ seafaring history will have you smitten in no time. Postcard perfect, this charming coastal fishing village will pull you in and have you returning year after year. There’s a mystical draw for me here. I hope you will discover it too and love it as much as I do.

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