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The Brayonne Fair

Today, the Brayonne Fair is one of the largest Francophone festivals in New Brunswick. The main components of this colourful celebration are the presentations of shows, as well as a variety of cultural and sports …

Dre-Marguerite-Michaud Library

The library opened its doors in 1978. As a member of the New Brunswick Public Library Service, it serves both the community and the students in the schools. There are more than 40,000 documents in …

Lire et faire lire

Lire et faire lire is an organization that aims to develop inter-generational links between volunteers aged 50 and over and Francophone children in the Fredericton area. It is not a question of teaching them to …

Francophone community theatre- Les fous de la scène

Founded in 1992, the capital’s Francophone community theatre troupe presents a new production each spring. The Fous de la scène theatre also offers improvisational shows, murder-mystery dinners! The cast participates in the Community Theater Festival …

The Rythmika club

The Rythmika club was founded in 2011 at the École des Bâtisseurs, while the certified head coach, Nathalie D’Amours, a native of Edmundston, and former international rhythmic gymnast, wanted to share her passion for rhythmic …

La Maison des jeunes L'acAdo

La Maison des jeunes L’acAdo is a centre for 12 to 18-year-olds, in which youth meet to participate in a range of varied activities. Its primary objective is to offer youth stimulating activities that will …

L'Info-lien Newspaper

L’Info-lien is a monthly newspaper, published by the Sainte-Anne Community Center (CCSA), which informs the Francophone and Francophile community in the Capital Region of Francophone activities and events. The Info-lien is distributed throughout the Fredericton …

The Sainte-Anne Community Center

The Sainte-Anne Community Center (CCSA) has been in existence for 40 years and is a central place for the Francophone culture in Fredericton. It offers a variety of cultural and community programming including shows for …

Le Saint-Jeannois-Newspaper

Le Saint-Jeannois is a French-language newspaper published monthly by the Regional Association of the Francophone Community of Saint John (ARCF), New Brunswick, Canada. This newspaper was created in 2002 and is a mirror of the …

Théâtre du Trémolo

Since its beginnings in the fall of 2001, Théâtre du Trémolo, the only community-based francophone theatre group in Saint John, has presented Saint-Jeannois with a variety of theatre styles. The members of the troupe share …

New Brunswick Youth Orchestra

The mission of the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra is to inspire children and youth to achieve their full potential through learning and performing orchestral music. The goals are to: Develop an outstanding provincial youth orchestra …