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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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Uniquely Colourful Edmundston

Discover Edmundston & the Madawaska Region! Edmundston is a colourful, cultural city. People who live in this city and region are proud of their heritage and more than happy to have you visit. They embrace their history & celebrate who they are. They are so welcoming that you find yourself planning a return trip before you ever leave.

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The New Brunswick Botanical Garden ~ A Garden to Love

Proudly celebrating 25 years, New Brunswick Botanical Garden is a delightful artistic and creative walk of wonder on the Madawaska River in Saint Jacques. Whimsical garden sculptures welcome you into the impressive architectural entrance garden and it just keeps on coming. Twelve themed gardens, serene waterscapes, talented Artists in Residence, a Live Butterfly Exhibit, a Herbalist’s Pavillon with educational & interactive workshops and the sweetest cafe overlooking the garden to enjoy the marvel of it all. This is a garden to love.

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