Community Calendar

July 02, 2019


Exhibition
Barachois Historic Church

July 03, 2019


Mobile Eco-Depot
Beaubassin-est

July 04, 2019


Mobile Eco-Depot
Beaubassin-est

Summer Music presents "Burning Fingers, Flaming Hearts"
Barachois Historic Church

July 05, 2019


Yard Sale
Shemogue Golden Age Club

July 07, 2019


Community Breakfast
Saint-André-LeBlanc Center

July 08, 2019


Mondays travel
Barachois Historic Church

July 09, 2019


Conference "Cultivating Peace of Mind"
Barachois Historic Church

July 11, 2019


Summer Music presents "Getting Started"
Barachois Historic Church

July 12, 2019


Yard Sale
Shemogue Golden Age Club

Bingo
Saint-André-LeBlanc Center

July 14, 2019


Garden Tour
Beaubassin-est

July 15, 2019


Mondays travel
Barachois Historic Church

July 16, 2019


Conference "Cultivating Peace of Mind"
Barachois Historic Church

July 18, 2019


Open House
Cormier Village Historical School

Summer Music presents "Fourths by Four"
Barachois Historic Church

July 19, 2019


Yard Sale
Shemogue Golden Age Club

July 21, 2019


Community Breakfast
Saint-André-LeBlanc Center

July 22, 2019


Mondays travel
Barachois Historic Church

July 25, 2019


Summer Music presents "Memory Card"
Barachois Historic Church

July 26, 2019


Yard Sale
Shemogue Golden Age Club

Bingo
Saint-André-LeBlanc Center

July 27, 2019


Bistro evening
Barachois Historic Church

July 28, 2019


Monthly Breakfast
Grand-Barachois Hall

July 29, 2019


Mondays travel
Barachois Historic Church

July 30, 2019


Conference "Cultivating Peace of Mind"
Barachois Historic Church
Swallow Celebration
June 29, 2019
9:00 AM

Cap Brûlé

The public is invited to a swallow celebration, which will take place in Cap Brûlé on Saturday, June 29th from 9 am to 12 pm. Ornithologist specialist and animator, Alain Clavette, will be on site to answer questions from the public. Come and learn more about swallows in our area. We have four different species of swallows in Southeastern NB. The Tree Swallow arrives in late May or early June to nest in tree cavities but will often use nest boxes. Barn Swallow and Cliff Swallow nest often in barns or wooden buildings. Bank Swallow digs its nest in banks, gravel pits and rocky shores with a slope of more than 70º near the water. The Canadian Bank Swallows population has declined by 98% since the 1970s. Bring your binoculars and there will be a telescope on site to observe Bank Swallows. The site is located at Cap-Brûlé (33 Roger Leger Rd). Against mosquitoes, make room for swallows! Information: Vision H2O (506) 577-2071, info@visionh2o.com.

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