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									           N E W    B R U N S W I C K

The Cultural Crossroads of the Maritimes




                    www.sackville.com
On the cover:
High Marsh Road, Sackville, NB, October 1998 (from the RCI portfolio)
Thaddeus Holownia, the internationally reknowned photographer, is Professor of Fine Arts and
Head of the Department at Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick, where he has
taught since 1977. He is best known for large format landscape photography of which this is an
outstanding example.
Fish Sculpture by Sarah Quintin. Originally from Kingston, Ontario, Sarah Quintin moved to
Sackville to attend Mount Allison University. She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1992
with distinction. Although her artistic expression has matured as a painter, she has developed a love
for the medium of papier-mâché.

Highlights...............................................................2   Fog Forest Gallery ...............................................19
Sackville Waterfowl Park .....................................3              Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre ...20
Campbell Carriage Factory..................................4                 Owens Art Gallery Exhibitions..........................21
Boultenhouse Heritage Centre...........................5                     Colville House......................................................22
Mount Allison University .....................................6              The Craft Gallery.................................................22
Owens Art Gallery.................................................7          Robert Lyon Graphics .........................................22
Live Bait Theatre ....................................................8      Stroll Through a Poem .......................................23
Sackville Harness Shop ........................................9             Harold Geddes Memorial ..................................23
Farmer’s Market.....................................................9        Map of Mount Allison University ............24-25
Festivals & Events..............................................10           Map of Sackville...........................................26-27
Ok.Quoi?! Arts Festival.......................................11             Our History...................................................28-33
SappyFest...............................................................11
Sackville Fall Fair..................................................12
                                                                             Parks ...............................................................34-37
                                                                             Mount Allison University Summer Camps.....38
                                                                                                                                                          Sweet little Sackville on the marsh.
Sackville Early Music Festival............................13                 Gemini Observatory...........................................39                Music, interesting people, conversation,
Art Across the Marsh ..........................................13            Silver Screen.........................................................39
Tantramar Veterans’ Memorial                                                 Antiquing ..............................................................39     little shops with nice stuff, good food,
  Civic Centre........................................................14     Restaurants/Nightlife ........................................42               and a feeling everything’s going to be okay.
Tantramarsh Blues Society................................14                  Accommodations.........................................44-45
The Music Barn.....................................................15        Worship Services.................................................46            Bring us your boredom,
Concerts in the Park............................................16           Merchants of Sackville ................................48-50
Open Mike Night .................................................16          Important Numbers ...........................................50
                                                                                                                                                            we’ll trash it for free.
Events Listings......................................................16      Visitor Information Centre ................................51
Performing Arts Series ........................................17            Regional Map ................................................52-53
Art & Sculpture ..................................................18         Getting Here & Getting Around.......................53
                                                                                                                                                            NEW BRUNSWICK
                                                                                                                                                            The Cultural Crossroads of the Maritimes
                                                                                                                                                            1-800-249-2020
                                                                                                                                                            www.sackville.com
Highlights
                                                                                                               Highlights


                                 Sackville Waterfowl Park
                                 Located within the UNESCO Fundy Biosphere Reserve

                                 34 Mallard Drive, Tel. 364-4967
                                 www.sackville.com/visit
                                 Open dawn to dusk
                                 Free admission. Guided tours available.

                                       iscover a wetland world beneath
                                 D     your feet! Focus your camera on
                                 the antics of fuzzy ducklings
                                 dabbling in the shallows.
                                 Watch a muskrat part
                                 mirror-smooth water in a
                                 V-shaped ripple. Listen                                       Over three kilo-
                                 to a sunset chorus of                                           meters of trails,
                                 marsh birds, the eerie cries                                   boardwalks and
                                 of rail, coot, grebe, and                         viewing platforms. To enjoy
                                 bittern. From dawn to dusk, the                   the Park, pick up a copy of
                                 entertainment never stops at the                  the Walking With Waterfowl
                                 Sackville Waterfowl Park. Winner of               brochure. A self-guided
                                 Environment Canada’s National Award               tour of the Park includes a
                                 for Environmental Achievement.                    brief history of the Park,
                                                                                   description of the flora and
                                                                                   fauna, map and a bird checklist.
                                                                                   Please note, birdwatching in the
                                                                                   Waterfowl Park is best during the dawn
                                                                                   and dusk hours of the day. Birds tend to
                                                                                   be more active during these hours.




                                   Guided Tours Available
                                   May 15 to August 30, 9 to 5, daily
                                   1½ hour tour with interpretation of birds,
                                   plants and historical settlement. Binoculars
                                   provided. Lemonade and gingersnaps served
    Wheaton’s Covered Bridge       on the cedar deck, and family fun kit to take
    spans the Tantramar River.     home. $6 per person, $12 per family
                                   (2 adults, 2 children).


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“A Fascinating National Treasure!”
                                                                                         Boultenhouse Heritage Centre
Campbell Carriage Factory Museum                                                         29 Queens Road, Tel. 536-2541
                                                                                         http://heritage.tantramar.com
19 Church Street, Middle Sackville                                                       Open year-round
Tel. 536-3079 or 536-2541                                                                Mid-June to August, Tuesday to Sunday
http://heritage.tantramar.com                                                            10 am to 5 pm
Open mid-June through August                                                             September to Mid-June:
10 am to 5 pm, Tuesday to Sunday                                                         please call for hours of operation.
Or by appointment
Bus tours and large groups welcome                                                             iscover Sackville’s glorious
      iscover an era when “horsepower”                                                   D     seafaring days when you visit
D     really meant powered by horses,
when horse-drawn vehicles ruled the
                                                                                         shipwright Christopher Boultenhouse’s
                                                                                         ‘Greek Revival’ style mansion (ca. 1842),
roads, and building them required talent                                                 New Brunswick’s only museum of this
and craftsmanship. At the historic                                                       kind.
Campbell Carriage Factory, Canada’s                                                      The main floor parlour, noted for its
only fully intact 19th century carriage                                                  handmade French wallpaper depicting
factory (recognized provincially and                                                     Scènes turques from 200 years ago,
nationally), you’ll see how all of this                                                  focuses on Sackville’s time-honoured
was achieved!                                                                            connection to the sea. Across the hall,
The museum complex, overlooking the                                                      the Wry Collection of domestic artifacts
scenic Tantramar Marshes, also features                                                  showcases four generations of residency
an original blacksmith’s shop and newly                                                  in Sackville by a noted Yorkshire
renovated carriage warehouse, as well                                                    immigrant family. The Education Room
as an historic monument commemorat-                                                      reveals early Chignecto settlement
ing the founding of Tintamarre (1708),                                                   through charts and maps, and the
an Acadian village once situated at this                                                 Merchant & Manufacturing Room
very location.                             July 5-26                                     exhibits Sackville’s pre-industrial past,
                                           Tuesdays Under the Sky Festival               focusing on early traders, the grindstone
                                           at the Campbell Carriage Factory –            industry, foundries, leather goods, and
                                           a “Heritage Arts Fair”, featuring fine arts,   agriculture. Genealogy enthusiasts will
                                           music, theatre and literary arts. Visit
                                                                                                                                                CONTINUING THIS YEAR –
                                           http://heritage.tantramar.com for details.
                                                                                         want to step upstairs to our developing                A display on the Navy Corvette
                                                                                         Family History Centre.                                 HMCS Sackville.


                                                                                           “History To Sea” Walking Tour
                                                                                           From mid-June to August, take a 30-60 minute guided “walk-around-the-block” and discover the
                                                                                           Captains’ Corner and other “vignettes” of Sackville’s once vibrant waterfront, positioned at the
                                                                                           Head of the Bay of Fundy. Starting at the Boultenhouse Heritage Centre, tour guides will lead you
                                                                                           down “history lane”, sharing local stories and folklore as they point out built and natural features of
                                                                                           the landscape that bring the “ghost” seaport back to life!


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Mount Allison University
      ount Allison University has
M     been ranked Canada’s top
undergraduate university by Maclean’s
magazine more times than any other
school. With approximately 2,400
students, Mount Allison offers
bachelor’s degrees in Arts, Sciences,
Commerce, Fine Arts, and Music, and
master’s programs in some Sciences.
The beautiful, green campus holds many
sites to see and discover. The Wallace
McCain Student Centre and the
ensuite-style residence Campbell Hall,
open to visitors and conference attendees
in the summer months, are special spots
for conferences or family visits. The
Swan Pond, with two resident swans
and many waterfowl, is an ideal location
for a summer picnic or skating party in       Owens Art Gallery
the winter. Visitors can also explore the
                                              61 York Street
Owens Art Gallery, Canada’s first              Mount Allison University Campus
university art gallery, the Colville House,   Tel. 364-2574
celebrating the work of Alex Colville,        www.mta.ca/owens
and see the stars at the Gemini               Gemey Kelly, Director/Curator
Observatory. www.mta.ca                       Hours: Monday to Friday, 10 am to 5 pm
                                              Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 5 pm

                                                    ount Allison has the oldest
                                              M     university art gallery in Canada,
                                              the Owens Art Gallery, which opened in
                                                                                         The gallery is open to the public and
                                                                                         is delighted to welcome school groups
                                              1895 and has a permanent collection of     and the general public. Also on public
                                              more than 3,000 works, including           display are murals by Alex Colville in
                                              paintings and sketches by the Group of     the University Athletics Centre and a
                                              Seven, Alex Colville, Christopher Pratt,   mosaic by Lawren P. Harris outside the
                                              Mary Pratt, John Hammond, Lawren           Main Street door of the Avard Dixon
                                              P. Harris, Tom Forrestall, and Ted         Building.
                                              Pulford—all Mount A faculty or alumni.     See page 21 for show listings.



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                                                                                                              Sackville Harness Shop
                                                                                                              39 Main Street, Tel. 536-0642
                                                                                                              www.sackvilleharness.com
                                                                                                              Open Monday to Friday 8 am to 5 pm
                                                                                                              and Saturday 8 am until noon

                                                                                                                  ackville Harness Shop is housed in
                                                                                                              S   the downtown’s oldest building,
                                                                                                              which hasn’t changed much since the
                                                                                                              early 1800s. The antique bell chimes
                                                                                                              when you walk through the door. Inside,
                                                                                                              the smells of straw and leather mingle
                                                                                                              with wood. Bill and Diane Long, shop
                                                                                                              owners, have maintained the traditional     from the back window. The Shop has
                                                                                                              leather products, such as horse harnesses   been featured on MITV’s “On the Road
                                                                                                              and collars, while bringing in new lines,   Again”, with Wayne Rostad, and the
The 2010 premiere performance of Andrea Boyd’s “Angel’s River”. Below: “Harvest” by Ken Cameron.              including leather belts and bags.           Budweiser Clydesdales have strutted
                                                                                                              The Shop has attracted the attention of     the Harness Shop decorative leathers
Live Bait Theatre                                                                                             the BBC, who filmed the Shop’s interior      on national television.
Get hooked on a feeling!
87 Main Street                                                                                                Farmer’s Market
536-BAIT (2248), 1-800-655-BAIT (2248)
                                                                                                                    eld every Saturday morning at the
www.livebaittheatre.com
Karen Valanne, Artistic Director                                                                              H     Bridge Street Café. From June to
                                                                                                              October the Saturday market expands
Performances 2011
                                                                                                              into the street. Bridge Street’s down-
May 10-14—A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline—
                                                                                                              town block is closed to traffic and the
Cabaret show. Tickets $25 regular, $22
students/seniors. 7:30 pm.                                                                                    market bustles with music and vendors.
June 21—Summer Solstice Fundraising Dinner—
                                                                                                              Featuring baked goods, ethnic foods,
Fresh local food, prizes, entertainment.                                                                      fresh produce, arts, crafts and weekly      Please contact 536-4428 for more
July 14-24—Fire—by Paul Ledoue and David                                                                      local entertainment.                        information.
Young. 8 pm. Matinees July 16, 17, 23, 24 at 2 pm.   NEW BRUNSWICK PREMIERE
No evening performance July 17 and 24.               October 13-23—Vigil—by Morris Panych.
July 25-30—Live Bait Young Company                   Mainstage play. 8 pm. Matinees October 15, 16,
Program— Summer theatre day camp for children        22, 23 at 2 pm. No evening performance on
ages 7-17. Daily from 9 am to 3 pm. Performance      Sundays.
on Saturday, July 30 at 10 am. SEE PAGE 39           November 10-12—Remembrance Day Show—
August 9-13, 16-20, 23-27—Legends of Country         in partnership with Sackville Citizens Band. 8 pm.
Music—starring Ryan Cook. Summer dinner              Nov. 30 & Dec. 1-3, 7-10, 14-17—A Maritime
theatre. 7 pm.                                       Christmas Ceilidh—A traditional musical
                                                     celebration. Christmas dinner theatre.
                                                     A holiday tradition since 1994. 7 pm.
10                                                   Dates subject to change. Please call the Live Bait box                                                              www.sackville.com   11
                                                     office for reservations or more information.
Festivals & Events
                                                                                                                       Festivals & Events


                                                       7th Annual Ok.Quoi?! Arts Festival
                                                       Presented by Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre

                                                       July 25-30
                                                       www.strutsgallery.ca
                                                       info@strutsgallery.ca

                                                             k.Quoi?! presents a diverse
                                                       O     program of contemporary film,
                                                       music, audio art and performance by
                                                       over 40 regional, national and interna-
                                                       tional artists. Screenings, concerts, and
                                                       public exhibitions take place at a variety   The Kids Corner Power Jam, a daily
                                                       of venues and on the downtown streets        creative camp for children of various
                                                       in the heart of Sackville. Workshops         ages is programmed in conjunction
                                                       throughout the week are geared toward        with SappyFest.
                                                       professional and emerging artists.


                                                       6th Annual SappyFest
                                                       Music & Arts Festival

                                                       July 29-31
                                                       SappyFest Inc.
                                                       6 Ford Lane
                                                       Tel. 939-3339
                                                       info@sappyfest.com
                                                       www.sappyfest.com

                                                            summer highlight for fans of
                                                       A    independent music and culture,
                                                       SappyFest brings together an exciting
                                                       lineup of over 40 bands, artists and         folk, punk, experimental jazz, pop
                                                       performers from across North America.        and electro. Alongside the music is
                                                       Renowned for its small town charm,           an eclectic program of visual art,
                                                       friendly atmosphere and intimate             performers, zinesters, readings and
                                                       venues, SappyFest is the perfect way to      great local food. A national treasure and
                                                       spend the midsummer long weekend.            “the best little festival east of Montreal.”
                     SappyFest photos by Evan Pooley




                                                       Concerts are presented at a covered          2011 lineup includes: Jon Langford,
                                                       outdoor stage and several satellite          BonJay, Little Scream, John K. Samson,
                                                       venues, including an art-deco movie          Grimes, Gobble Gobble, Drumheller
                                                       theatre and historic church. Featured        and many more.
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11th Annual                                                                                               Sackville Early Music Festival
Sackville Fall Fair                                                                                       October 12-16
Celebrate autumn in Sackville!
                                                                                                                eadlining an internationally acclaimed roster of artists for the 7th consecutive
September 16-18                                                                                           H     season of this highly popular Festival is the renowned soprano Suzie LeBlanc.
                                                                                                          She is returning to Sackville with an exciting program entitled At the Fishhouses, a
1-800-249-2020
www.sackville.com                                                                                         special tribute to mark the centennial of Elizabeth Bishop, who rose from roots in
                                                                                                          Great Village, Nova Scotia, to fame as Poet Laureate of the United States, and one
The weekend is jam-packed with fun                                                                        of the foremost American poets of the 20th century.
activities for everyone in the family.
                                                                                                          Lovers of choral music will be delighted by the return of Moncton’s Choeur
• Main Street Mile Race
                                                                                                          Louisbourg Choir in a gala concert with orchestra and soloists. Also appearing at
• Street Parade
                                                                                                          the Festival are Margaret Little on treble and bass viols and Sylvain Bergeron on
• Midway Rides
                                                                                                          baroque guitar and lute in an intimate concert featuring dazzling variations on some
• Craft Sales
                                                                                                          of the greatest hits of the 16th and 17th centuries.
• Outdoor Music Concerts
• Delicious tastes of the autumn harvest                                                                  Don’t miss all this and more. For further information on artists, times, venues and
• And a whole lot more!                                                                                   ticket availability, please visit the Festival website. www.SackvilleEarlyMusic.ca


                                                                                                          Art Across the Marsh
                                                                                                          Studio Tour

                                    2011 Bud Doncaster Memorial                                           October 15-16
                                    Past & Present Agricultural Field Day                                 Tel. 536-1904
                                    In memory of Bud Doncaster, 1931-2008                                 www.artacrossthemarsh.ca
                                                                                                          Open 10-5 both days
                                    Did you ever wonder how families lived before all our modern
                                                                                                          Free admission                   Ghita Levin
                                    conveniences? What was involved in getting food on the table?
                                    Then you will love the “Past & Present” Agricultural Field Day,            he Art Across the Marsh studio tour is a
                                    part of Sackville’s Fall Fair.
  “It’s a great chance for families to enjoy some old-fashioned activities and learn about the world of
                                                                                                          T    celebration of the art and artists surrounding the
                                                                                                          Tantramar Marshes. Artists open their studios to
  yesterday and today,” says Derrick Acton, a member of the organizing committee.
                                                                                                          visitors from far and wide. Visit the studio tour website   Donna Rawlins Sharpe
  Robert “Bud” Doncaster of Sackville started the event 13 years ago. Originally, the life-long farmer
                                                                                                          for updates, more information and downloadable maps.
  started the event as a showcase for antique tractors. But over the decade he expanded the event




                                                                                                                                                                                                   Robert Lyon
  into a full-fledged link between modern living and the values and activities that helped build
  our region.
  The event takes place on Main Street in Sackville, from 9 am to 5 pm on Saturday September 17.
  Attractions will include musical entertainment throughout the day, horse & tractor drawn hay rides,
  blacksmith and threshing demonstrations, children’s play area and more.
  Come spend the day at the farm!




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Tantramar Veterans’ Memorial Civic Centre                                                              The Music Barn
182 Main Street • Tel. 364-4955 • Open year-round www.sackville.com                                    Hear Bluegrass music the way it should be heard!
    ackville’s premier recreational facility
S   is operated year round. The TVMCC
is an ideal location for banquets, meet-
                                                                                                       18 Station Road, Middle Sackville
                                                                                                       (506) 536-3031 (evenings and weekends)
                                                                                                       (902) 667-8624 (weekdays)
                                                                                                       www.themusicbarn.webs.com
ings, concerts and many other events
with a full service canteen area, lounge,                                                                   he Music Barn is a new venue in
and meeting rooms which can accommo-
date up to 200 people. Ice times are also
                                                                                                       T    Sackville featuring bluegrass, folk
                                                                                                       and country music, While the old barn
available for rent from October to April.                                                              (150 years, to be precise) is a recent
                                                                                                       arrival on the music scene, it was the
                                                                                                       cornerstone of a productive family farm
Tantramarsh Blues Society                                                                              for many generations. Some liken it to             2011 Show Schedule
www.mta.ca/tbs                                     Sackville, NB, a venue recently voted               a smaller version of the Grand Ole                 Ticket Price: $10
All events start at 9 pm                           one of the top ten live music clubs in              Oprey House.                                       May 29—All Star Jam Band featuring Naomi
Tickets are available in advance at Ducky’s,
                                                   Canada in a CBC3 poll.                                                                                 Doncaster (bass), Matt Hayes (fiddle), Kyle Legere
506-536-1344, or at the door
                                                   Check our web site for a schedule of                                                                   (guitar), Ray Legere (mandolin), Russell Sawler
     non-profit organization dedicated                                                                                                                     (banjo), 2-4 pm
A    to bringing you world-class blues in
an intimate setting. Shows are presented
                                                   performances.
                                                                                                                                                          June 4—Ryan Cook, country/bluegrass, 7-9 pm
                                                                                                                                                          June 10-12—2nd Annual Bluegrass Festival, a
                                                  Below: Grady Champion performing at George’s
at George’s Roadhouse, 67 Lorne Street,           Roadhouse, Feb. 2011. Photo by Stephen Fairweather                                                      three-day line-up of bluegrass artists. Plenty of
                                                                                                                                                          room for camping. Canteen service available.
                                                                                                                                                          July 9—Relay for Life Fundraiser, 10 am to 10 pm
                                                                                                                                                          July 28—David Peterson & 1946 Band
                                                                                                                                                          (Nashville), 7-9 pm
                                                                                                                                                          Aug 18—Royal Hicks & Friends, 7-9 pm
                                                                                                                                                          Sept 1—Eddy Poirier Family Band and Amy
                                                                                                                                                          Gallatin & Stillwater (Connecticut), 7-9 pm
                                                                                                                                                          Sept 18—Spinney Brothers, traditional,
                                                                                                                                                          southern-flavoured bluegrass, 2-4 pm
                                                                                                                                                          Sept 25—Witchitaw, southern country rock,
                                                                                                                                                          2-4 pm
                                                                                                                                                          Oct 2—Uniacke Ramblers and Pic-n-Grin, 2-4 pm



                                                                                                       See Sackville’s favourite, Ray Legere, on May 29




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Concerts in the Park                                                                           Performing Arts Series
July 7, 14, 21, 28                                                                             Tel. 364-2662 (voice mail only)
                                                                                               performarts@mta.ca
August 4, 11, 25                                                                               www.mta.ca/departments/PerformingArts
Start time 6:30 pm                                                                             Brunton Auditorium (134 Main Street, 350 seats)
                                                                                               Convocation Hall (37 York Street, 1500 seats)
     ocal businesses and the Town
L    of Sackville sponsor free
outdoor concerts every Thursday
                                                                                               The popular “Bring A Child Free” program is offered
                                                                                               for all events. Performances generally begin at 8 pm.

                                                                                                    he Mount Allison Performing Arts
evening. Come and enjoy our
talented local musicians playing
                                                                                               T    Series events offer both variety and
                                                                                               exceptional quality as we bring you some of
at the Bandstand on Main Street                                                                Canada’s most celebrated performers in the
(weather permitting).                                                                          areas of classical music, dance, folk, world
For more information, contact                                                                  music and jazz.
506-364-4967.
                                                                                               2011 Performances
                                                                                               September 15—Rebecca Caine (soprano) and Robert
Open Mike Night                                                                                Kortgaard (piano), Brunton Auditorium. 8 pm. An evening of treasured cabaret, musical theatre,
                                                                                               and operetta gems.
At the Bridge Street Café every Thursday night from 8-10:15 pm. Musicians                      November 25—Gryphon Trio: Annalee Patipatanakoon (violin), Roman Borys (cello), and Jamie Parker
(and poets!) welcome. Mikes and sound equipment provided. Drop by and catch                    (piano) Friday, Brunton Auditorium. 8 pm. A must-see performance by one of North America’s premier
some live local music—often featuring original tunes.                                          chamber groups.


                                                                                               Mount Allison University Music Recitals
  Events Listings                                                                              Evening and Sunday afternoon recitals are given by both faculty and students in
                                                                                               Brunton Auditorium. Colloquia Musica (mini student recitals) are also held on
  There are many great events taking place                                                     Monday afternoons. Call 364-2374. www.mta.ca/faculty/arts-letters/music
  throughout the year in Sackville. Current
  event listings are available on-line at
  www.sackville.com/calendar. Or, pick up a                                                    Festival by the Marsh
                           copy of the regional
                           events guide entitled
                                                                                               presents Short Plays and Workshops
                           Things to do in South East New Brunswick at the Sackville Visitor   In 2011 the Festival by the Marsh will be focusing on “Heritage Interpretation
                           Information Centre.                                                 through Theatre and Arts” and activities for young people. The Festival Marsh
                          Mount Allison University's events calendar at www.mta.ca             Troupe will present two short 10 to 15 minutes plays, “The Complete History of
                          has information on music events, Windsor Theatre performances,       Blacksmithing”, and “A Complete History of the Centre of the Maritmes”. The
                          as well as speaker series and many more events that the public       plays are suitable for families and will tour to a variety of locations in Sackville and
                          can enjoy.                                                           around the region. In addition to the plays, short drama and arts based workshops
                                                                                               are also available for booking.
                                                                                               For more information on the plays, including dates and locations of performances,
                                                                                               or to book a performance or workshop (pay what you can), visit the festival website
                                                                                               www.festivalbythemarsh.ca, email festival@mta.ca. Tel. 364-2179.
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Art & Sculpture
                                                                                                         Art & Sculpture


                            Fog Forest Gallery
                            14 Bridge Street, Tel. 536-9000
                            janet@fogforestgallery.ca
                            www.fogforestgallery.ca
                            Gallery is open year-round,
                            Tues. to Sat. 10 am to 5 pm, or by appt.

                                  ne of the finest small private
                            O     galleries in the Maritimes,
                            Fog Forest has been dedicated
                            to the exhibition and sale
                            of original artworks by                                          informed on new and
                            professional artists and                                        upcoming exhibitions, new
                            artisans of Eastern Canada                                      works to the collection and of
                            since 1984. The gallery boasts                                course, new artists.
                            a selection of works by some of
                                                                                  The gallery also offers a number of
                            Canada’s finest and well respected
                                                                                  art-related services, including custom
                            artists. A selected list of artists
                                                                                  framing, personal home or office art
                            represented by Fog Forest includes
                                                                                  installation, as well as crating, packing
                            Susan Paterson, David Silverberg,
                                                                                  and shipping of valuable artworks.
                            Alexandrya Eaton, Tom Forrestall,
                            Lynn Wigginton, Don Pentz and                         If you have any questions or would like
                            Christopher Pratt – to name a few.                    to be put on the Fog Forest Gallery’s
                            Solo and group exhibitions are                        email list, just give Janet a call.
                            organized on a regular basis. Paintings,              Or drop in... it will be time well spent.
                            hand made art prints, sculpture,                      Exhibitions
                            photographs, jewelry and pottery are                  During the summer months, a multi-
                            all exhibited with respect and care in                media exhibition featuring new works
                            a gallery full of natural light and within            by Gallery artists will provide
                            an atmosphere that is friendly and                    visitors a wide variety
                            welcoming. Fog Forest also hosts an                   of artworks created
                            extensive website that keeps all clients              by many talented
                                                                                  artists.

 Sackville Arts Wall                               Sackville Arts Walk
 Inaugurated in 2008.                              A map-guided 1.5 hour walking tour of cultural
 Located at the corner of                          highlights in downtown Sackville, including art
 York and Main Streets in                          galleries, art works, architecture and heritage
 downtown Sackville.                               buildings. For more information, please
                                                   contact 364-4967.


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Struts Gallery and
Faucet Media Arts Centre
7 Lorne Street, Tel. 536-1211                      Exhibitions/Artists-in-Residence 2011
www.strutsgallery.ca                               April 3 to May 7—Zeke Moores
www.strutsgallery.ca/faucet                        (Windsor, ON), Open Studio Artist-in-residence
Open: Monday to Friday 9 to 5, call for weekends
                                                   May 22 to June 21—JR Carpenter (London,
     stablished in 1982 by its members,
E    Struts presents artist-initiated
projects and exhibits contemporary work
                                                   England), Open Studio Artist-in-residence
                                                   July 1 to August 6—Hazel Meyer (Toronto, ON),
                                                   Open Studio Artist-in-residence
by national and regional artists. Faucet           July 1 to August 1—Lianne Zannier (Montreal,
Media Arts Centre is the focus of the              QC), Ease on Down the Road Artist-in-residence
gallery’s media production facilities.             July 24 to August 31—Eryn Foster (Dawson City,
The centre is open to the public and               Yukon), Open Studio Artist-in-residence
admission is free.                                 July 25 to August 31—Ok.Quoi?! Arts Festival
                                                   September 4 to October 8—Alison Creba (Halifax,
                                                   NS), Open Studio Artist-in-residence
                                                   October 9 to November 12—Gillian Dykeman
                                                   (Saint John, NB), Open Studio Artist-in-residence   Owens Art Gallery
                                                   October 24-29—16th Annual Symposium of Art,
                                                   You Put Me High Upon A Pedestal                     61 York Street                                      April 29 to October 2—The Salon Hanging—
                                                                                                       Mount Allison University Campus                     An exciting opportunity to view the Owens Art
                                                   December 4-18—29th Annual Members’
                                                                                                       Tel. 364-2574                                       Gallery original collection of 18th and 19th century
                                                   Show & Sale
                                                                                                       www.mta.ca/owens                                    paintings and works on paper, installed in a
                                                                                                       Gemey Kelly, Director/Curator                       stunning floor to ceiling installation. Organized
                                                                                                       Hours: Monday to Friday, 10 am to 5 pm              by Roxie Ibbitson.
                                                                                                       Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 5 pm                      September 16 to November 6—Paper Doll—
                                                                                                                                                           The artwork of seven contemporary artists which
                                                                                                       See page 7 for description.                         conceptualizes the interiority of child’s play as a
                                                                                                       Exhibitions 2011-2012                               fantasy world remembered, recreated and trans-
                                                                                                                                                           formed. The artists are Cindy Sherman, Ed Pien,
                                                                                                       April 1 to May 29—A Homemade World—
                                                                                                                                                           Jeannie Thib, Cybèle Young, Barb Hunt, Anna
                                                                                                       This exhibition responds to a growing awareness
                                                                                                                                                           Torma, and Lynne Yamamoto. The exhibition also
                                                                                                       of the number of contemporary artists in our
                                                                                                                                                           includes archival paper dolls done by Sylvia Plath.
                                                                                                       community and elsewhere using materials and
                                                                                                                                                           Curator Anne Koval.
                                                                                                       methods traditionally associated with craft and
                                                                                                       the handmade. The exhibition coincides with “a      October 29 to December 11—Gordon Monahan:
                                                                                                       handmade assembly; contemporary culture diy a       Seeing Sound – Sound Art, Performance & Music
                                                                                                       conference” organized by Struts Gallery & Faucet    1978-2011—A major international project to
                                                                                                       Media Arts.                                         present the work of Mount Allison graduate
                                                                                                                                                           Gordon Monahan, with installations in the Gallery
                                                                                                       April 15 to June 26—The Mount Allison
                                                                                                                                                           incorporating pianos, sound, and video. Organized
                                                                                                       University Fine Arts Graduating Students
                                                                                                                                                           and circulated by the Robert McLaughlin Gallery.
                                                                                                       Exhibition—Our annual exhibition showcasing
                                                                                                       the work of students in fine arts graduating with   13 January to 26 February 2012—Susan Wood—
                                                                                                       the BFA degree.                                     Organized by the Mount Saint Vincent University
                                                                                                                                                           Art Gallery.
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Colville House                                                                                  Stroll Through a Poem
                                                                                                    oetry is in the air. Well, actually its on the Town’s utility poles. The poem is
76 York Street
Open July and August, Admission is free
Tel. 364-2574, gkelly@mta.ca
                                                                                                P   Douglas Lochhead’s High Marsh Road, which has won the prestigious Carlo
                                                                                                Betocchi Prize for poetry in Florence, Italy.
      olville House, on the Mount                                                               Lochhead, who happens to be Sackville’s official
C     Allison University campus, was
the home of renowned Canadian artist
                                                                                                poet laureate, wrote High Marsh Road as a daily
                                                                                                four-month diary account of life and thought
Alex Colville and his family from the                                                           beside one of the world’s great salt marshes. The
1940s to 1973. This summer Colville                                                             31 verses placed on utility poles cover the month
House will be open to the public and              photo scrapbook.Visitors will be              of September, and bring the strolling reader close
will showcase full-colour reproductions           provided with annotated maps to the           to the entrance of the Sackville Waterfowl Park.
of Colville’s paintings and works on              sites of Colville’s works on campus and       The poetic walk begins at the corner of Main
paper that relate to Mount Allison,               in Sackville and the local area. Informa-     and Bridge Streets.
Sackville, and to the house itself, films          tion brochures on the artist’s art and life
on the artist and his work, and an online         are also available.

The Craft Gallery
34 Mallard Drive, in the Sackville Visitor
Information Centre. Tel. 536-4163
Open: May to December                                                                                                                     Harold Geddes
      local artisan-run craft shop                                                                                                        Memorial
A     featuring unique creations,
produced by its members and juried                stitchery, knitting, patchwork,
                                                                                                                                          by sculptor Kip Jones

                                                                                                                                              ackville citizens rallied together to
consignors. There you will find an
exciting selection of quality handcrafts,
including pottery, jewellery, creative
                                                  hand-painted silk, turned wood and
                                                  burrels, crochet and stained glass.
                                                  A great place to visit!
                                                                                                                                          S   realize a fitting memorial to a beloved
                                                                                                                                          man who became the town’s volunteer
                                                                                                                                          caretaker, keeping the downtown streets
                                                                                                                                          clean and free of litter for more than 20
Robert Lyon Graphics                                                                                                                      years. Harold Geddes was raised in Sackville
10 Weldon Street, Tel. 536-1904                                                                                                           and later worked as a custodian at Mount
www.robertlyongraphics.ca
                                                                                                                                          Allison University until his retirement.
Open Mon.-Fri. 9 am to 5 pm, Sat. 10 am to 4 pm
                                                                                                                                          He was recipient of the Sackville Good
      unique studio and gift shop on
A     the edge of the Waterfowl Park
and part of the Downtown Sackville
                                                                                                                                          Neighbour Award, and the 2000 Mayor’s
                                                                                                                                          Award. Harold passed away in 2004. The
                                                                                                                                          centrally placed sculpture, on the Sackville
arts experience. The studio features the          books, t-shirts, notecards and calendars;                                               Arts Walk route, is a wonderful reminder
artwork of Robert Lyon and Katherine              Katherine’s original jewellry, weaving                                                  of his kindness and civic pride.
Hicks Lyon: Robert’s original water-              and homemade soaps will enchant the
colours, limited edition prints, children’s       viewer with their beauty and originality.
                                                  Their work draws heavily from the
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                                                  area.
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                                  1    Convocation Hall                                             11 Wallace McCain Student Centre               12 Thornton House       24 Centennial Hall
                                  2    Athletic Centre                                                 • International Centre                      13 Edwards House        25 Bennett Building
                                  3    Ralph Pickard Bell Library                                      • Wellness Centre                           14 Hunton House         26 Windsor Theatre
                                  4    Crabtree Building                                               • Meighen Centre                            15 Bennett House        27 Hart Hall
                                  5    Marjorie Young Bell Conservatory of Music                       • Fitness Centre                            16 Bigelow House        28 Campbell Hall
                                       • Brunton Auditorium                                            • CHMA Campus Radio                         17 Gemini Observatory   29 Windsor Hall
                                  6    Avard-Dixon Building                                            • The Pond, Campus Pub                      18 Carriage House       30 Jennings Dining Hall
                                       • Ron Joyce Centre for Business Studies                         • Gracie’s Café                             19 Bermuda House           • Academy Gardens
                                  7    Flemington Building                                             • SAC Office                                 20 Cuthbertson House    31 Harper Hall
                                  8    Barclay Chemistry Building                                      • Argosy Student Newspaper                  21 Pavillion Bousquet   32 Downtown Sackville
                                  9    Owens Art Gallery                                               • University Bookstore                      22 Dunn Building        33 Sackville Waterfowl Park
                                  10   Gairdner Fine Arts Building                                     • Admissions & Registrar’s Office               • Wu Centre          34 Swan Pond
                                                                                                       • Student Affairs                           23 Chapel               35 Anchorage House
                                                                                                       • Tweedie Hall
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                                                                                                      1         Bandstand Park, Playground         12   Middle Sackville Historical Kiosk
                                                2                                                     2         Boultenhouse Heritage Centre       13   The Music Barn
                                                                                                      3         Bus Depot                          14   Owens Art Gallery
                                                                                                      4         Campbell Carriage Factory Museum   15   Colville House
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                                                                                                      5         Centennial Monument                16   Sackville Public Library
                                                                                                      6         Convocation Hall                   17   Struts Gallery
 9                                                                                                    7         Curling Club                       18   Swan Pond/Ladies’ College Park
                                                                                                      8         Fog Forest Gallery                 19   Town Hall Council Chambers
                                                                                                      9         Golf Club                          20   Via Rail Station
                                                                                                      10        Harness Shop                       21   Veterans Memorial Civic Centre
                                                                                                      11        Live Bait Theatre
Our History
                                                                                  Our History


              Come celebrate Sackville’s 250th!
                 t’s a year away, but we want to give    pasturing, a woodlot for firewood and
              I  you plenty of notice about this
              historic event!
                                                         lumber, and a ‘town’ lot in one of the
                                                         three villages.
              In 2012, we will celebrate the             By the time Nova
              beginnings of the Township of Sackville.   Scotia was divided
              The Township was declared in 1759,         in 1784 to create
              by Governor Lawrence, along with           the province of
              Cumberland and Amherst and six other       New Brunswick,
              towns in what was then Nova Scotia.        the Town of Sackville
              On July 20, 1762, the first Town            was already well established. We became
              meetings were held, setting out the        the first town in New Brunswick, and
              villages of Westcock, Middle and           it is this proud heritage we will be
              Upper Sackville. Westcock was the          celebrating in July 2012.
              ‘seaport’ village. Middle and Upper        We have great stories to tell, museums
              Sackville served the farming community.    and antique shops to browse, and a host
              The Town Committee assigned lots to        of heritage events for all ages. With a
              the more than 100 families who were        250-year tradition of welcoming people
              living here. Each family was allotted      to our Town, and our Province, we have
              property on the marsh for farming and      a great deal to share! Please join us.
                                                         For more info contact the Town of
                                                         Sackville: 364-4930.




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Our History                                                                                                                                                                             Our History


Centennial Monument                                                                              Acadian Monument
Beside Swan Pond, Ladies College Park                                                            Behind Campbell Carriage Factory Museum
                                                                                                 19 Church Street, Middle Sackville
     itizens of Sackville were inspired
C    by the Town’s 100th anniversary of
incorporation in 2003 to erect a com-                                                            T     he Acadian Settlement of
                                                                                                       Tintamarre Monument recognizes
memorative monument that recognizes                                                              the settlement of Acadians in this area
the incorporation of Sackville in 1903,                                                          around 1708. Tintamarre was the main
and to remember its founding settlers:                                                           village of a larger settlement that
Mi’kmaq, Acadians, New England                                                                   extended along the Tintamarre River.
Planters, Loyalists and Yorkshire
Settlers.

Historic Properties                                                                                Middle Sackville Historical Kiosk
      he area in and around Sackville is             Several of the historic sites are also
T     particularly rich in history. Various
forms of historical markers commemo-
                                                     included in the Sackville Register of
                                                     Historic Places, which can be viewed,
                                                                                                   Featuring information on the commercial centre of southeast New Brunswick
                                                                                                   in the 19th century. Learn about the mills, tanneries and Baptist history by
                                                                                                   visiting the kiosk, located on the TransCanada Trail, across the street from the
                                                                                                   Middle Sackville Baptist Church in Middle Sackville, near the Campbell
rate significant buildings, people and                complete with documented research, at
                                                                                                   Carriage Factory.
events. A list of these marked historic              the Sackville Public Library, 68 Main
sites are available on the internet at               Street. Visit www.historicplaces.ca for       Masters, Mariners & Merchants
http://heritage.tantramar.com/                       Sackville sites on the National Register.     A self-guided tour of the Sackville Rural Cemetery pioneer section.
historic_sites.                                                                                    Available at the Sackville Visitor Information Centre, 34 Mallard Drive, 346-4967.




                                                                                                 Campbell Carriage                                      Boultenhouse Heritage Centre
                                                                                                 Factory Museum                                         29 Queens Road, Tel. 536-2541
                                                                                                 19 Church Street, Middle Sackville                     http://heritage.tantramar.com
                                                                                                 Tel. 536-3079 or 536-2541                              Open year-round
                                                                                                 http://heritage.tantramar.com                          Mid-June to August, Tuesday to Sunday
                                                                                                                                                        10 am to 5 pm
  Heritage Walking Tours                                                                         Open mid-June through August
                                                                                                                                                        September to Mid-June, Monday to Friday
                                                                                                 10 am to 5 pm, Tuesday to Sunday
  Canadian Geographic Travel and Adventure                                                                                                              10 am to 12 noon; 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm
                                                                                                 Or by appointment
  touts Sackville as a town “made for walking”.                                                                                                         Or by appointment
  To complement your walk, we suggest picking                                                    See page 4 for details
                                                                                                                                                        See page 5 for details
  up a copy of the self-guided heritage tours—
  Historic Sights and Sounds of Downtown
  Sackville, and A Walking/Cycling Tour of
  Historical Middle Sackville. The tours high-
  light many of Sackville’s historic buildings and
  properties. Available at the Visitor Information
  Centre, Town Hall and at www.sackville.com.



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Our History


Fort Beauséjour –
Fort Cumberland
National Historic Site of Canada
Tel. 364-5080
www.pc.gc.ca                                                                       • Local homegrown food and baked goods           Your Home,
Open June 1 to October 15, 9 am to 5 pm                                            • Provincially inspected raw-milk cheese
    ituated at the head of the Bay of                                              • New Brunswick yarns and knitting supplies      Backyard &
S   Fundy on the border between
New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, Fort
                                                                                   • Hand crafted home and garden goods
                                                                                   • Wild birdseed and feeders
                                                                                                                                    Farmyard Needs
Beauséjour – Fort Cumberland stands                                                • Pet food and supplies
at a crossroads of natural and cultural                                            • Farm supplies and
history. The site is an excellent venue                                              livestock feed
to view a heritage landscape of great                                              Open
importance to Canadian history.                                                    Mon. to Fri. 8:30-6
Soldier for a Day, Children’s Program—An                                           Saturday 9-5
interactive program for ages 6-12. Experience a                                    May-Oct. Sunday Noon-5
day in the life of a Compagnies franches de la
Marine soldier.                                                                            (506) 939-3555 • 5 Stephens Drive, Sackville, NB • Exit 506


Genealogy
Research your roots!
• Sackville Public Library (364-4915) is at 68 Main Street.
• Maritime Church Conference Office by appointment only (536-0998).
• Mount Allison Library Archives, call 364-2563 for hours of operation and visit
  www.mta/library/archives/index.htm.
• Boultenhouse Heritage Centre, 29 Queens Road (536-2541).
• Keillor House Museum in Dorchester (379-6633).


  Publications
  Several publications on the history of Sackville are available
  at the Boultenhouse Heritage Centre, Tidewater Books in
  downtown Sackville, and The Craft Gallery.




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Parks
                                                                                                                      Parks


                              Silver Lake
                              Route 940 (Main St.), Middle Sackville

                                  ilver Lake provides the ideal spot for
                              S   fresh-water swimming, boating and
                              fishing. A supervised swimming area is
                              clearly marked and a lifeguard is on duty
                              during the summer months. Boaters
                              have access to the large lake via a public
                              ramp. All motorized boats, sailboats
                              and canoes must have proper safety              Canoe/Kayak
                              equipment on board. Try trout fishing at        The Sackville area boasts both lake, rivers and
                              Silver Lake with some easy access points        coastal canoeing and kayaking opportunities.
                              along the bank or near the boat launch.         Lake and river opportunities include
                                                                              Gaspereau River, Silver Lake and Tintamarre
                              Lilas Fawcett Park features changing            National Wildlife area. Coastal canoeing and
                              stations for the clearly marked                 kayaking can take place in Shepody Bay, Baie
                              swimming area and new playground                Verte and the Northumberland Strait. Please
                              equipment for the children.                     note our coastal waters have strong currents
                                                                              in some places. Contact the Sackville Visitor
                                                                              Information Centre before canoeing/kayaking

                              Tantramar                                       in the coastal waters. Telephone 364-4967.


                              Wetlands Centre
                              223 Main St.*
                              Tel. 506-364-4257
                              www.weted.com, twc@weted.com

                                   stablished in 1997 to promote
                              E    wetland conservation through
                              effective, public education, TWC was
                              internationally recognized in 2011 for its
                              innovative approach to environmental
                              education by the Ramsar Convention
                              on Wetlands. The 15 ha site provides
                              quality habitat for a wide variety of plant
                              and animal species and functions as a         *Follow the driveway to the rear of Tantramar
                              living laboratory for the study of            Regional High School and park near the
                              wetlands. The wetlands staff has all          designated Tantramar Wetlands Centre (TWC)
                              the equipment necessary to help you           entrance. Wetland and dyking displays are inside.
Sackville Waterfowl                                                         A 1.5 km trail through the wetland begins near the
Park See page 2 for details   experience the wonders of wetlands            football goal posts and keeping right circles back
                              including, chest waders, binoculars,          along the driveway to the Centre.
                              canoes, and children’s games.
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Parks                                                                                                                                                                                                   Parks


Beech Hill Picnic Park                                                                                    Tennis
                                                                                                          Public tennis courts may be reserved by
Exit 500 Hwy #2
                                                                                                          contacting the Tantramar Veterans Memorial
      his wooded area just off the                                                                        Civic Centre (364-4955). Mount Allison courts
T     highway provides an excellent spot
for picnicking and a good rest stop.
                                                                                                          are open to the public at scheduled times.
                                                                                                          Call 364-2408 or 364-2401.

Picnic tables and outdoor washrooms
are available. The park also has walking
trails and a panoramic view of the                                                                      Tantramar Rail Trail                                   Type        Linear
Tantramar Marsh.                                                                                                                                               Length      33 km (8 hours one way)
                                                                                                             his trail links Sackville with the
                                                                                                        T    village of Port Elgin, following
                                                                                                        the route of the Trans Canada/New
                                                                                                                                                               Surface
                                                                                                                                                               Difficulty
                                                                                                                                                                           Crushed stone, raised rail bed
                                                                                                                                                                           Moderate (long distance hike)
                                                                                                                                                               Marking     Follows abandoned railway line,
                                                                                                        Brunswick Trail. The Trail begins at
Bill Johnstone Memorial Park                                                                            a dyked wetland behind Tantramar                       Access
                                                                                                                                                                           route obvious
                                                                                                                                                                           Tantramar High School
    eaturing basketball area, tennis
F   courts, and one of the best outdoor
playground areas (2 full size large play
                                                                                                        Regional High School, then skirts the
                                                                                                        Tantramar Marsh. The trail crosses
                                                                                                        several working farms near Midgic,
                                                                                                                                                                           (Highway 2, Exit 504)
                                                                                                                                                                           Folkins Drive turn-around
                                                                                                                                                                           (Highway 2, Exit 506)
                                                                                                                                                                           Church St., Middle Sackville
structures) in Southeast New Brunswick.                                                                 then passes through an isolated stretch                            Route 940, Midgic
Located in the heart of downtown                                                                        of boreal forest, before emerging at                   Parking     Tantramar High School parking lot
Sackville behind Bandstand Park and                                                                     Highway 16 near the community of Baie                              Folkins Drive (side of road)
the Sackville Public Library.                                                                           Verte. It ends at a working fishing wharf                          Lillas Fawcett Park parking lot
                                                                                                        on the Gaspereau River in Port Elgin.
                                                                                                        Moose, deer, fox and other woodland                  and shorebirds, eagles, osprey, hawks and
                                                                                                        creatures can be observed from the trail             great blue herons can often be seen feed-
                                                                                                        route, as well as colourful wildflowers              ing on the Baie Verte Marsh and along
  Fishing                                           Golf                                                and a variety of songbirds. Waterfowl                the Gaspereau River Estuary.
  The local trout season extends from April 15 to   Sackville Golf & Country Club,
  September 30. Non-residents must acquire a        42 Fairfield Road Tel. 536-3437.
  valid NB Sport Fishing License. Three-day,        One of the oldest courses in New Brunswick,
                                                                                                        Winter Fun
  seven-day and seasonal licenses can be            the Sackville golf course is very playable.
  obtained at the Service NB office in Sackville.    Features of the course include: nine holes, green     Snowmobiling
  Once purchased these licenses may be used at      fee, walk-ons welcome. Club rentals, power            The Sackville Snowdrifters Snowmobile Club
  any NB location. Visit www.gnb.ca/0254.           carts available. Licensed club house has a snack      maintains 160 km of trails in the area, with ac-
                                                    counter. www.golfnb.com/sackville                     cess to accommodations, food, fuel and neigh-
                                                                                                          boring trail systems. www.snowdrifters.ca
                                                                                                          Snowshoeing & Cross-Country Skiing
                                                                                                          Woodland ski trails at Beech Hill Park cover
                                                                                                          1.8, 3.0 and 5.0 km routes. Ample parking,
                                                                                                          easy access to trails, and trail markers make      Skating
                                                                                                          this an easy but delightful winter outing.         Indoor skating at the Tantramar Veterans
                                                                                                          Check www.tantramaroutdoorclub.com                 Memorial Civic Centre on weekdays at
                                                                                                          for ski updates.                                   noon hour. Tel. 364-4955.

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Mount Allison University Summer Youth Camps www.mta.com                                                                                                                                Other Activities

Group                       Description                                    Dates         Fees
GO GLOBAL – One week programs for students in Grades 10 and 11                                   Gemini Observatory
International Relations     One week – Grades 10-11                        July 11-12    $500    Mount Allison University
Summer Music at MTA         One week – Grades 10-11                        July 25-29    $650
                                                                                                 Tel. 364-2530
Science Research            Nine days – Grades 10-11                       Aug 6-14      $500    www.mta.ca/gemini/
World of Drama              One week – Grades 10-11                        Aug 1-5       $500    gemini@mta.ca




                                                                                                                                                                                                           Alasdair Dunlap-Smith
                                                                                                      ocated on the corner of York and
Mathematics                 One week – Grades 10-11                        July 18-22
SPORT SKILLS – Day programs with overnight option – skill development ages 12-17
                                                                                         $500
                                                                                                 L    Salem Streets, Mount Allison
                                                                                                 University’s new astronomy observatory
Basketball Skills           Day camp – 5 days – overnight option $460      July 11-15    $230
                                                                                                 is open to the general public and
Soccer Skills               Day camp – 5 days – overnight option $460      Aug 15-19     $230
                                                                                                 community groups as well as being used               Photo by Alasdair Dunlap-Smith
Badminton Skills            Day camp – 5 days – overnight option $460      Aug 8-12      $230    extensively by the physics department
Tennis Skills               day program – group and private sessions       June 20-Aug 26 $150   for hands-on astronomy classes. It                   planets and moons in our solar system,
DISCOVERY – Day camp with overnight option - ages 12-17                                          proudly embraces Mount Allison’s                     star clusters, colourful nebulae, and
                                                                                                 pledge to reduce its environmental foot-             distant galaxies.
Radio Broadcasting          Day camp – 5 days – overnight option $460      July 4-8      $230
                                                                                                 print by using solar power to completely             Visit the web site to learn more about
Garage Band                 Day camp – 5 days – overnight option $460      Aug 8-12      $230
                                                                                                 power itself and remain “off the grid.”              the observatory and to view its event
Bootcamp for Artists        Day camp – 5 days – overnight option $460      July 25-29    $230
                                                                                                 Some of the celestial objects that can be            schedule or arrange a group visit, or call
World of Harry Potter       Day camp – 5 days – overnight option $460      Aug 15-19     $125    viewed through its telescopes include                for additional information.
Something’s Cooking         Day camp – 5 days – overnight option $460      TBA           $230
Leadership                  Day camp – 5 days – overnight option $460      July 18-22    $125    Live Bait Theatre Young Company
Sound, Lights, Recording    Day camp – 5 days – overnight option $460      July 11-15    $230         ive Bait provides theatre training to students aged 7-17. The Young Company
ADVENTURES – Day camp programs for ages 5-12                                                     L    has presented over 30 plays, more than half of them original shows created by
                                                                                                 or for the company. A number of these young people are pursuing careers in theatre.
Time Travelling             Day camp – 5 days – lunch not included         Aug 1-5       $75
                                                                                                 www.livebaittheatre.com
Geo-cashing                 Day camp – 5 days – lunch not included         July 4-8      $75
Outdoor Survival            Day camp – 5 days – lunch not included         Aug 8-12      $75
CSI – MTA                   Day camp – 5 days – lunch not included         July 18-22    $75
                                                                                                   The Silver Screen
                                                                                                   Sackville Film Society                             Vogue Cinema
Bugs & Birds                Day camp – 5 days – lunch not included         Aug 22-26     $75
                                                                                                   Every Thursday evening (7:30 pm) from              Check the Vogue Cinema 24 hour movie line for
Art Crazy                   Day camp – 5 days – lunch not included         July 25-29    $75       September to April, current and classical movies   current shows: 536-0722.
                                                                                                   are screened at the Vogue Cinema, 9 Bridge         www.voguecinema.ca
Sport                       Day camp – 5 days – lunch not included         Aug 15-19     $75
                                                                                                   Street. 536-0722.
Around the World in 5 Days Day camp – 5 days – lunch not included          July 11-15    $75
OTHER SUMMER EXPERIENCES – Various ages
Language Village: Japanese One week overnight program – ages 8-17          July 18-22    $500    Antiquing
Take Action! Academy        4-day overnight program – ages 8-20            July 4-8      $550
                                                                                                      xplore The Curiosity Shop, housed               and other items are displayed through-
Live Learn Lead
Go Wild@MTA
                            3-day overnight weekend intensive leadership
                            Day camp for students entering grade 1-4
                                                                           Aug 12-14
                                                                           Aug 15-19
                                                                                         $195
                                                                                         $100
                                                                                                 E    in one of Sackville’s heritage homes.
                                                                                                 A unique collection of antiques,
                                                                                                                                                      out the house. Open Wednesday to
                                                                                                                                                      Friday 10 am to 4 pm Saturday 9 am to
                                                                                                 collectibles, linens, glassware, jewellery           12 pm or by chance.
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Welcome to the Neighbourhood
                                                                                                                                                                                       Visit the
Our neighbourhood is Bridge Street, in the heart of Sackville. Come and visit our friendly street,                                                                                   Merchants of
and experience our special blend of history, culture, and hospitality.                                                                                                               Bridge Street
                                     Bridge Street Café                                                     The Crofter
                                     Relax in the heart of Sackville                                        Come visit “The Crofter family”
                                     and enjoy an espresso or fair                                          and spend time in this unique
                                     trade coffee as well as teas                                           gift and toy shop, lovingly filled
                                     from around the world. Choose                                          with delightful items for every
                                                                                                            occasion. Discover our selection                                        6 Bridge Street • 939-3354
                                     from a variety of delicious and                                                                                                                   Find us on Facebook
                                     wholesome meals for breakfast,                                         of nostalgic toys from Schylling,
                                                                                                            lifelike animal figures from
                                     lunch and dinner. Homemade           Fog Forest Gallery                Schleich and brightly coloured
                                     soups and daily specials include     One of Atlantic Canada’s finest
                                     meat and vegetarian options.                                           & stimulating toys from the
                                                                          small galleries, Fog Forest       Manhattan Toy company
Pickles                              Italian-style gelato is made fresh   Gallery has been dedicated to
European Deli                        on the premises in the summer        the exhibition and sale of
                                                                                                            displayed in a setting that will
                                                                                                            take you back to the time of the
                                                                                                                                                 Tidewater Books                    8 Bridge Street • 536-4428
                                     months. Drop into the Farmer’s       original works since 1984.                                             Tidewater Books is proud to be
Cross the border into Europe                                                                                “old general store”. Pottery
                                     Market on Saturday mornings,         Monthly exhibitions               from artisans such as Denise         your local independent book-
with Authentic Austrian-                                                                                                                         seller. Our books are carefully
                                     and enjoy live music on “Open        feature many of Atlantic          MacLean, LadyBug Haven and
German style sandwiches at                                                                                                                       selected to satisfy all tastes,
                                     Mike” Thursdays evenings.            Canada’s finest artists and       Monique Duclos are displayed
Pickles European Deli. A                                                                                                                         with a focus on Canadian
                                     Free wireless Internet service       craftspeople. Paintings,          on handmade furniture,
friendly welcome, fast service,                                                                                                                  authors and publishers. From
                                     provided. So come, enjoy the         hand-made art prints, ceramics,   rustic in style or antique                                              14 Bridge Street • 536-9000
and a taste experience is                                                                                                                        fiction to classics, business to
                                     food and drinks, sit a spell         jewellery, sculpture and          reproductions. Hand hooked                                                www.fogforestgallery.ca
guaranteed at Pickles. We also                                                                                                                   children’s books, enjoy a
                                     and read a book or just enjoy        photography are displayed         posy hairclips can be found atop
offer a variety of local, organic,                                                                                                               relaxing browse in our friendly
                                     the view.                            in a tasteful and friendly        freshly painted dressers with
hormone and antibiotic free                                                                                                                      store. Booklovers one and all,
                                                                          environment. We also offer        hand crafted jewelery. Come in
meats like lamb, beef, chicken                                                                                                                   our staff love to talk about
                                                                          full-service custom framing.      and browse our sweet little shop
and pork. Are you on your way                                                                               in Downtown                          books and will gladly help
to the beach or the camp-                                                 Open year round Tuesday to        Sackville.                           you with your selections.
ground? Make sure to stop by                                              Saturday, 10-5, or by appoint-                                                                            11 Bridge Street • 536-1692
for some authentic sausages                                               ment. Just give us a call and                                          We also have a large section
and bratwursts for your BBQ!                                              drop in when you’re in the                                             of unique greeting cards, a
Pickles European Deli would                                               neighbourhood.                                                         well-stocked magazine stand,
love to be part of your Sackville                                                                                                                puzzles, journals, art supplies,
experience. Wir Sprechen                                                                                                                         Moleskine journals & agendas
Deutsch.                                                                                                                                         and Melissa & Doug toys.
                                                                                                                                                 Drop in and share our love         13 Bridge Street • 536-0404
                                                                                                                                                                                      www.tidewaterbooks.ca
                                                                                                                                                 of reading.
Restaurants/Nightlife

A-1 Pizza                       Jack’s Pizza                    Pickles European Deli
78 Main St.                     170 Main St.                    & Specialty Foods
Tel. 536-5000                   Tel. 536-8000                   6 Bridge Street
                                Pizza, donairs.                 Tel. 939-DELI
                                                                Sandwiches, bratwursts, deli
                                Joey’s Pizza and Pasta          meats, breads, and goodies.
                                and The J Bar                   Wir sprechen Deutsch!
                                16 York St.
                                                                Pizza Delight
                                Tel. 536-4040
                                                                24 Mallard Dr.
                                A family tradition of Italian
                                                                Tel. 536-5555
                                pizza and pasta since 1954.
                                                                Pizza, pasta, chicken.
                                McDonalds                       “Best Pizza in Town”
                                222 Main St.                    Royal Canadian Legion
Bridge St Café                  Tel. 364-1997                   Sackville Branch
8 Bridge St.                    Mel’s Tea Room                  15 Lorne St.
Tel. 536-4428                   17 Bridge St.                   Tel. 364-9900
Soups & Sandwiches.             Tel. 536-1251                   Lounge and events.
Espresso & Gelato. Loose tea,   Home-style burgers and          Sassy’s Pub
organic coffee.                 fries, sandwiches, shakes.      166 Main St.
Ducky’s                                                         Tel. 536-2003
                                The Olive Branch                Fast Food.
98 Main St.
                                96 Main St.
Tel. 536-1344                                                   Subway
                                Tel. 536-0409
Wide selection of draught.                                      211 Main St. (Irving)
                                Casual dining with a
Weekly and daily specials.                                      Tel. 364-8882
                                Maritime influenced menu.
George’s Roadhouse                                              Tantramarsh Pub
                                Patterson’s Family
67 Lorne St.                                                    Tel. 364-2226
                                Restaurant                      Mount Allison University.
Tel. 536-2320
                                16 Mallard Dr.
Roadhouse style menu.                                           Tim Horton’s
                                Tel. 364-0822
Top quality live                                                217 Main St.
                                Home cooked meals.
entertainment.                                                  Tel. 536-1076
                                                                Uncle Larry’s
                                                                26 Bridge St.
                                                                Tel. 536-2837
                                                                Vinh’s Wok                      Fine Dining & Accommodations
                                                                170 Main St.                    Small Meetings & Conferences
                                                                Tel. 536-2211
                                                                                                           Banquets
                                                                Chinese, Thai and Canadian.
                                                                                                      Romantic Getaways
                                                                Wendy’s
                                                                217 Main St.
                                                                Tel. 536-0905                  Marshlands Inn
                                                                                                                •
                                                                                                55 Bridge St., Sackville, NB E4L 3N8
Marshlands Inn                                                                                 506-536-0170 • 1-800-561-1266
55 Bridge St., Tel. 536-0170                                                                       info@mar shlands.nb.ca
Fine dining, elegant setting, verandah tea room.                                                    www.mar shlands.nb.ca
Accommodations                                                                                                                                                                          Accommodations
  Motels, Inns and Bed & Breakfasts
  Sackville has accommodations to suit many tastes. Properties have the option to be graded in             Bed & Breakfast
  New Brunswick. In this guide, we indicate the Canada Select grading for those accommodations that
  participate in the program.
  ★           Meets Canada Select standards, clean, comfortable, safe
  ★★          Moderate accommodations with additional facilities and some amenities
  ★★★         Above average accommodations with a greater range of services, amenities
  ★★★★ Exceptional accommodations with an extensive range of facilities, amenities
  ★★★★★ Luxurious properties


Hotel/Motels                                         Country Inn


                                                                                                                                                               Harbourmaster’s House
                                                                                                                                                               30 Squire Street, Tel. 506-536-0452
                                                                                                                                                               www.bbcanada.com/2297.html
                                                                                                           Silver Lake B&B ★★★★½
                                                                                                                                                               This century home with Maritime art works, a quil-
                                                                                                           112 Pond Shore Road
                                                                                                                                                               ter’s studio and children’s indoor and outdoor play
                                                                                                           Tel: 506 536-1737 or 1-866-439-3933
                                                                                                                                                               areas, offers a comfortable relaxed atmosphere
                                                                                                           www.bbcanada.com/10050.html
                                                                                                                                                               close to shops, park and university. Three spacious
                                                                                                           Secluded waterfront home on five acres, gorgeous
                                                                                                                                                               rooms, one with private bath and two with shared
                                                                                                           lake views, spectacular sunsets. Two bedrooms,
                                                                                                                                                               bath facilities. “A restful stay and a fine breakfast”.
                                                                                                           full breakfast. Private ensuite baths, TV/DVD and
                                                                                                                                                               Specializing in long-term stays.
Coastal Inn Sackville ★★★½                                                                                 phone in each room, king and queen beds, wireless
                                                                                                                                                               Single $50-$80 no tax/Double $60-$90 no tax
15 Wright Street                                                                                           internet.
Tel. 506-536-0000 or 1-888-704-7444                  Marshlands Inn ★★★½                                   $100 no tax
www.coastalinns.com                                  55 Bridge Street
Featuring fifty modern, air conditioned rooms with   Tel. 506-536-0170 or 1-800-561-1266
full bath/shower, cable TV and complimentary         www.marshlands.nb.ca
                                                     Sackville’s famous heritage Country Inn offers
                                                                                                                                                                 Campground
“Coastal Plus” breakfast. Guest laundry,
kitchenettes, and meeting room facilities            20 guest rooms furnished with period antiques,                                                              Marshview Trailer & Tenting Park
available. Wheelchair accessible.                    comfortable parlours for reading and gardens to                                                             2 Stephens Drive, Tel. 506-536-2880
                                                     stroll in. Specializing in business meetings, small                                                         Tent site: $18 plus HST, RV site: $20 plus HST
Borden’s Motel Limited
                                                     conferences and romance packages. Relax,                                                                    Family campground with serviced sites
146 Bridge Street, Tel. 506-536-1066
                                                     Replenish and Retire at Marshlands Inn.                                                                     (water/electricity/sewer) and unserviced
www.tantramarmotel.com
                                                     Summer rates: Single $99-$114;                                                                              sites. Clean washrooms with free shower and
Two modern units, adjoins the Bridge Street
                                                     Double $114-$129; Suite $215. All plus HST.                                                                 hot water. Easy access to Trans Canada Trail.
Academy daycare facility. Families are especially
                                                     Off season rates available. CAA discount.
welcome: infant travel cribs are available as well
as weekend childcare and the use of a large                                                                Savoy Arms Bed & Breakfast ★★★★
outdoor children's playground. Operating until                                                             47 Bridge Street                                      Mount Allison University
mid August 2011.                                                                                           Tel. 506-536-0790 or 1-800-583-5133                   Conference Facilities
Summer rates: Single $70/Double $77 plus HST                                                               www.bbcanada.com/701.html                             & Accommodations
Tantramar Motel ★★½                                                                                        This beautifully decorated 19th century heritage
                                                                                                                                                                 The campus offers conference facilities and
4 Robson Avenue                                                                                            home offers three units each with quality linens
                                                                                                                                                                 accommodations for small and large groups.
Tel. 506-536-1327 or 1-800-399-1327                                                                        and furniture, TV/DVD/CD, high-speed internet
www.tantramarmotel.com                                                                                                                                           Available from May through August.
                                                                                                           and homemade buffet breakfast. A recent guest
A family-operated motel featuring 20 air                                                                                                                         For information or reservations please
                                                                                                           writes, “Everything that can be expected of a
conditioned units, guest laundry, colour cable TV,                                                                                                               call 364-2247.
                                                                                                           4-star property!”
full bath & shower. Located with a scenic view of
                                                                                                           Single $90 no tax/Double $110-$125 no tax
the Tantramar Marshes.
Summer rates: $70-$91 plus HST                                                                                                                                                       www.sackville.com            47
Off season rates: $60-$75 plus HST
Senior discounts.
Worship Services

Kingdom Hall of                 Midgic United Baptist Church     St. Andrews
Jehovah’s Witnesses             Midgic, N.B.                     Presbyterian Church
71 King Street                  Tel. 536-2735                    36 Bridge Street
Tel. 536-0803                                                    Tel. 536-1952
Sundays 10 am                   Mount Allison Chapel             Sundays 11 am
Tuesdays, 7:30 pm Bible Study   63A York Street
                                Tel. 364-2227                    St. Ann's Anglican Church
Main Street Baptist Church                                       Built in 1817
20 Main Street                   Sackville United Church*        Westcock, NB

                                                                                                      W                                         competes in triathlons, and is
Tel. 536-2464                    112 Main Street                 Sundays 9:30 am                             hen Kevin Ceretti isn’t at
Sundays 10:45 am and 6 pm        Tel. 536-0498                   8 am in July and August                     the Kookie Kutter Bakery           Sackville’s marathon man.
Nursery care available           Sundays 10:30 am
                                                                 St. Pauls Anglican Church            you can find him at the pool,             Kevin approaches his ginger
Salem Baptist Church             Upper Sackville                 125 Main Street                      on his bike, or on the run –
234 Main Street                  United Church*                  Tel. 536-0897
                                                                                                                                                snaps with the same discipline
                                 148 Pondshore Road                                                   literally. He posts a mean 5 k,           and determination as he does
Tel. 536-0407                                                    Sundays 11 am
Sundays 9:45 am, 11 am, 6 pm     Sundays 9 am                                                                                                   his sports. Adjusting amounts of
Wednesday 7 pm prayer meeting                                    United Pentecostal Church
                                 *
                                   July and August services at
                                                                 of Sackville
                                                                                                                                                healthy ingredients, pushing
                                 10 am alternate between                                                                                        until he achieves the perfect
Middle Sackville United          Sackville United and            119 Crossman Road
Baptist Church                   Upper Sackville United          Tel. 536-3833                                                                  balance of taste and nutrition.
14 Church Street                                                 Sundays 10 am                                                                  Delicious, and good for you.
Tel. 536-2615                                                                                                                                   What more could you ask?
                                Saint Vincent’s                  Wood Point Baptist Church
Sundays 10:45 am
10 am in July and August
                                Roman Catholic Church            Wood Point, NB                                                                 (Kevin suggests a glass of milk.)
                                63 Charlotte Street              Tel. 536-0933
Nursery Care available
                                Tel. 536-3020                    Sundays 10 am                                                                  Here’s to your health!
                                Sundays 9 am




                                                                                                              18 Lorne Street, Sackville, NB (506) 536-2982 www.kookiekutter.ca



                                                                                                                                                      A Co-operative that is owned and
                                                                                                                                                      operated by members from the local
                                                                                                                                                      area. We pride ourselves on our fresh
                                                                                                                                                      produce, meat, deli, bbq chicken and
                                                                                                                                                      cheeses. We have snacks, drinks and
                                                                                                                                                      a wide variety of grocery items for your
                                                                                                                                                      every need.
                                                                                                                                                      Stop in and see us!

                                                                                             Sackville Co-op Food Market        Monday to Saturday, 8 am to 9 pm
48                                                                                           11 Wright Street, Tel. 536-0679    Sunday 10 am to 5 pm
Merchants of Sackville                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Merchants of Sackville

The area code for all numbers listed is 506.                                                                                                Cinema/Movie Rentals                                                      Salon 41..........................................................536-2572
                                                                                                                                            Vogue Cinema, 9 Bridge St. ........................536-0722               Shear Essentials............................................536-2268
    Antiques & Collectibles                                                 Banks                                                           Backlot Video, 42 Main St. .......................5336-2225               A Touch of Class & Tanning Salon .............536-1233
                                                                            Scotiabank, 22 Bridge St.............................536-2480   Mr. Movie, 69 Main St. ................................536-1200           Tranquil Moments........................................536-2206
    The Curiosity Shop                                                                                                                                                                                                Ultimate Hair Design...................................364-0015
    36 York St.                                                             RBC Royal Bank, 103 Main St.....................536-1030
    Antiques, collectibles, linens, glassware,                                                                                                  Computers/Telephones
    jewellery.                                                                                                                                                                                                            Health Food/Specialty Foods
                                                                               Books                                                            Maltam Computer Services
     Enigma Comics                                                                                                                              10 York St. Tel. 364-0808                                                 The Cackling Goose Market
                                                                               Rags of Time Books & Crafts
     3 Bridge St. Tel. 939-3224                                                                                                                                                                                           38 York St. Tel. 536-2303
                                                                               28B York St. Tel. 536-2808                                       Downtown Digital
                                                                               Quality used books, handmade crafts, and                         69 Main St. Tel. 939-8300                                                 Eclectic marketplace focused on natural
                                                                               organic coffee and tea.                                                                                                                    healthy living with a global consciousness.
Automotive                                                                                                                                      PC & Mac sales and service.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Featuring natural foods and Farther East
Atlantic Towing/Storage/West Sackville                                         Tidewater Books                                                  Sounds Fantastic/Worldlynx Wireless/                                      Imports. SEE PAGE 33
 Auto Clinic, 118 Rte. 935 ..........................536-0532                  13 Bridge St. Tel. 536-0404                                      Bell Aliant
Austin’s Tire & Muffler, 1 Fairfield Rd. ......536-1668                        Books, greeting cards, magazines, journals,                                                                                                Pickles European Deli SEE PAGE 40
                                                                                                                                                104 Main St. Tel. 536-4868
                                                                               puzzles and toys. Your local independent                                                                                                   6 Bridge St. Tel. 939-DELI
Ben’s Service Station, 17 Main St. ..............536-1301
Blairlyn Auto Clinic, 157 Queens Rd. .........536-3611                         bookseller. SEE PAGE 41                                                                                                                    Cattail Ridge Family Market
Crescent Automotive                                                                                                                         Convenience                                                                   5 Stephens Drive Tel. 939-3555
  & Industrial Supplies, 124 Crescent St...536-3330                                                                                         East Main Esso, 222A Main St. ..................364-8994                      Home, backyard and farmyard goods.
East Main Esso, 222A Main St. ..................364-8994                       Boutiques/Gift Shops/Galleries                               Irving / Circle K, 211 Main St. .....................364-4383                 SEE PAGE 33

Estabrooks General Repairs, 2 Church St..536-2585                              be. Style Your LIfe Boutique                                 Middle Sackville Variety, 328 Main St. .....536-3013
F & L Auto Repairs, 462 King St. ...............536-9807                       26 York Street Tel. 939-3388                                 Sassy’s Convenience, 166 Main St. ...........536-2003
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Home/Hardware/Appliances
G. Estabrooks Auto Service,                                                    Canadian jewellery designers, accessories,                   Tantramar Gas Bar, 4 Cattail Ridge ..........364-9013
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      FRS Flooring Solutions, 29 Bridge St. .......536-2720
                                                                               hooked rugs, chocolates, Smartwool, socks,                   Turner’s Kwik Way, 48 Queens Rd..............536-2111
  29 Moffat Ln..................................................536-1891                                                                                                                                              Happy Harry’s, 20 Bulmer Lane................364-0803
                                                                               hats and more.
Irving / Circle K, 211 Main St. .....................364-4383                                                                                                                                                         Payzant’s Home Building Centre,
K-D Glass/U-Haul Rental, 34 Lorne St. ...536-3002                              Blooms
                                                                                                                                                General Merchandise                                                    19 Mallard Drive.........................................536-2330
                                                                               4 Bridge Street Tel. 536-1272
Rick Reid Auto Glass, 174 Pond Shore Rd. .536-4141                                                                                                                                                                    Sears Appliance Store, 15 Bridge St. .........536-3412
                                                                               From traditional to contemporary to                              The Great Canadian Dollar Store
Rod Allen Co. Ltd./Thrifty Car Rental,                                                                                                          93 Main St. Tel. 536-2275                                             Glowing Embers, 34 Lorne St. ...................364-5375
                                                                               out-of-the-ordinary. Blooms stretches
  31 Bridge St. .................................................536-1555      the boundaries of a flower shop.                                 A department store featuring everything                               Enterprise-Fawcett, 73 Lorne St. ...............536-1160
Sackville Auto & RV Ltd., 6 Cattail Ridge 364-0006                                                                                              priced from $1 to $10.                                                Mapleleaf Homes, 6 Cattail Ridge ...........364-0006
                                                                               The Craft Gallery SEE PAGE 22
Tantramarsh Auto Supplies/                                                     34 Mallard Drive Tel. 536-4163                                   Jean Coutu Pharmacy
 U.A.P. Auto Parts, 109 Bridge St. .............536-2025                                                                                        97 Main St. Tel. 536-0230                                             Laundromats
                                                                               The Crofter                                                                                                                            Two, located at 87 Main Street and Ford Lane.
Tantramar Gas Bar/Ultramar,                                                                                                                     Locally-operated, full-service pharmacy with
                                                                               11 Bridge St. Tel. 536-1692
  4 Cattail Ridge ............................................364-9013                                                                          digital photo station and film developing.                            Sackville Fabric Plus, 22 Lorne St.
                                                                               Browse our sweet little shop to discover
                                                                               nostalgic toys and finely made Maritime                                                                                                 (dry cleaning/seamstress)........................536-2008
                                                                                                                                                Payzant’s Home Hardware
    Bakery                                                                     crafts displayed in a setting that will take you                 & Building Centre
                                                                               back to the time of the “old general store”.                                                                                           Liquor
                                                                                                                                                19 Mallard Drive
    Aliper’s Heath Organic Bakery                                              SEE PAGE 41                                                      Tel. 536-4663 or 536-2330                                             NB Liquor Corporation, 11 Wright St........536-5990
    38B York St. Tel. 939-6836                                                                                                                                                                                        Splendid Grapes U-vint, 45 Main St.........939-3300
                                                                               Fog Forest Gallery SEE PAGE 19
    A little bakery with a lot of heart! Featuring a
                                                                               14 Bridge St. Tel. 536-9000
    different choice of organic bread every day.                                                                                            Hair Care & Aesthetics                                                    Pet Services
    Homemade, vegan soups and healthy sand-                                    Robert Lyon Graphics SEE PAGE 22                             All of You Asthetics & Tanning ..................536-0044                 Cattail Ridge Family Market.......................939-3555
    wiches (vegan/vegetarian) for take away.                                   10 Weldon St. Tel. 536-1904                                                                                                            Dog Whisperer Spa & Baker.......................939-3350
                                                                                                                                            Beauty Moves ...............................................364-1098
    Every Tuesday organic/yeast-free/gluten-free                               Sackville Harness Shop SEE PAGE 9                                                                                                      Happy Tails Pet Supplies /
                                                                                                                                            Colours & Curls.............................................536-1234
    baking is featured.                                                        39 Main St. Tel. 536-0642                                    Creative Cut Hair Design............................536-3084               Westmorland Veterinary Hospital..........536-0999
    Kookie Kutter Bakery                                                       Thunder & Lightning Ltd.                                     Eudora Day Spa & Wellness Centre...........536-1100                       Pawz 4 Grooming..........................................536-1124
    18 Lorne St. Tel. 536-2982                                                 6 Ford Lane Tel. 939 3339                                                                                                              Sackville Animal Clinic .................................536-1185
                                                                                                                                            Heavenly Hideaway ....................................536-2309
    Fresh bread, pastries and home of the                                      Arts related business. Records, CDs, art                     Mane Attraction Hair Design .....................536-2206                 Tantramar Veterinary Hospital ...................364-1121
    delicious ginger snaps. SEE PAGE 47                                        publications, hammers and socks. Full service
                                                                                                                                            Head’s Up Barbering & Hair Care ..............536-1965                    Continued on page 50
                                                                               creative consultancy.
                                                                                                                                            Nancy’s Beauty Room.................................536-3644
                                                                                                                                            Right Cut, The ................................................536-1199
50                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  www.sackville.com                      51
Traveller Services                                                                                                                                                                       Visitor Information Centre

The area code for all numbers listed is 506.
                                                                                                                                        Sackville Visitor
Pharmacy
Corner Drug Store, 106 Main St. ...............536-2255                    Supermarkets                                                 Information Centre
Jean Coutu, 97 Main St. ..............................536-0230             Sackville Save Easy
Tantramar Pharmacy, 2 Main St. Ste. B ...536-3855                                                                                       34 Mallard Drive
                                                                           75 Main St. Tel. 536-1349
                                                                           Locally-operated grocery store featuring,                    Tel. 364-4967
Photo                                                                      bakery, meats, produce and deli departments.                 visitor@sackville.com
Pridham’s Studio, 14 York St. .....................536-0401                                                                             Open May 2 – December 31
                                                                           Sackville Co-op Basics
Jean Coutu, 97 Main St. ..............................536-0230
                                                                           11 Wright St. Tel. 536-0679                                          e encourage you to stop into the
Physiotherapy & Chiropractic
Back on Track Massage Therapy
                                                                           Local grocery store with meat, produce and
                                                                           general merchandise. Everyone welcome.                       W       Sackville Visitor Information
                                                                                                                                        Centre, where you can book a guided
 & Fitness Training ......................................536-4407                                                                                                                 Hours of Operation
Massage in Motion .......................................536-0051                                                                       tour of the Sackville Waterfowl Park,      May: Open daily 9 am to 5 pm
Sackville Wellness                                                        Important Numbers                                             or get detailed information on all there   June: Open daily 9 am to 6 pm
 & Chiropractic Centre .................................536-0051
                                                                          Emergency Services
                                                                                                                                        is to do in Sackville from our friendly    July & Aug: Open daily 9 am to 8 pm
Soper Physiotherapy ...................................536-8081                                                                         Travel Counsellors.                        Sept: Open daily 9 am to 6 pm
                                                                           (fire/police/ambulance) ...............................911
                                                                                                                                                                                   Oct: Open daily 9 am to 5 pm
Postal Services                                                           RCMP Sackville (non emergency)......533-5151                  The beautiful interior of the Visitor      Nov & Dec: Mon-Sat, 10 am to 5 pm
Canada Post, 86 Main St. ............................536-1724             Sackville Memorial Hospital .............364-4100             Centre also features The Craft Gallery,
Middle Sackville Variety, 328 Main St. .....536-3013                                                                                    a coffee counter, and a wetlands
                                                                          Sackville Visitor Information.............364-4967
Recreation                                                                Sackville Town Hall.............................364-4930      interpretive display. Guests are welcome
Mt A Swimming Pool...................................364-2403             Mount Allison University ...................364-2269          to relax at a picnic table on our cedar
Mt A Gym ......................................................364-2408                                                                 deck – bring a picnic lunch!
                                                                          Sackville Chamber of Commerce ......364-8911
Sackville Bowling Centre, 27 Bridge St. ...536-2530
Sackville Curling Club .................................536-0880          NB Tourism................................1-800-561-0123
Sackville Golf Club.......................................536-3437        Service New Brunswick ......................364-4076
Sackville Snowdrifters
 (Snowmobile Club)....................................536-0838
Tantramar Veterans Memorial
 Civic Centre, 182 Main St. ........................364-4955
Vogue Cinema, 9 Bridge St. ........................536-0722

Second-Hand Shops
Hazel’s Bless Your Heart, 21 Bridge St.
Salvation Army Thrift Store,
 26A Bridge St. .............................................536-2554
Tantramar Tobbacco, 87-9 Main S. ...........536-1244

Shoe Repair
Sackville Harness Shop, 39 Main St. ........536-0642




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Regional Map                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Getting Here and Getting Around

1    Fort Beauséjour-Fort Cumberland                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Sackville is located in the centre of the
      National Historic Site of Canada                                            11                                                                                                                                                                                               Maritime Provinces, 5 minutes from the
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2    Keillor House Museum                                                                                    10                                                                                                                             5                                      Confederation Bridge linking PEI, and 30
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     St. James Textile Museum                                                                             9                                                                                                                            Cape                                        minutes to Moncton.




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                                                                                                          Slack’s Cove                                                                                                                                                             www.westjet.com or the airport at
    Moncton      to    Shediac...................25 km                           Baie Chignecto Bay                                                                                                                                                                                www.gma.ca.
    Moncton      to    Memramcook........28 km                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Getting around while you’re here:
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    Moncton      to    Port Elgin................75 km                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Sackville Cab Company 364-8000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Squires Courtesy Cab 536-3118
    Moncton      to    Cape Jourimain ...100 km
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Irvin’s Mobility (wheelchair taxi) 536-3463
    Memramcook   to    Dorchester ...............8 km
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Rental Cars
    Memramcook   to    Sackville .................26 km                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Thrifty Car Rental 536-1557
    Shediac      to    Cap-Pelé.................20 km                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Bus Rental
    Shediac      to    Port Elgin ...............50 km                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Prestige Bus Service (motorcoach rentals)
    Shediac      to    Sackville .................56 km                                                                                                                                                                                                                            536-3238
    Sackville    to    Dorchester .............10 km
    Sackville    to    Fort Beauséjour.......9 km
    Sackville    to    Cape Jourimain .....54 km
    Sackville    to    Amherst, NS ..........12 km


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Please drop into our Visitor Information Centre
at 34 Mallard Drive, Sackville, New Brunswick
Tel. 506-364-4967
1-800-249-2020
visitor@sackville.com
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