Sun Times Calendar

July 19th - 22nd
Canada's Irish Festival on the Miramichi
July 20th & 21st
Royal Canadian Legion Branch #3
Corned Beef and Cabbage/Salmon Dinner
11am - 6pm
$14 Corned Beef and Cabbage
$13 Salmon
$7 (Children)
-Add .50 for takeout
July 20th & 21st
Plein Air Festival Miramichi 2018
Miramichi Art Core and Bathurst Art Society will be painting in Downtown Chatham
July 21st
Seamen's Hospital Dance
8:30pm - 11:30pm
Music: Donna, Tyrone and Friends
July 21st
Strawberry Social
2pm - 4pm
Historical/Seniors Hall
July 22nd
18th Annual Brian Hubbard Memorial Horseshoe Tournament
Chatham Head Rec Centre - Frank's Pits
Registration: 10am
Tournament: 11am
Information: Ron Corcoran 778-8920
July 28th
Men and Women's Fellowship Breakfast
St. Mary's Anglican Church
Music: Ted Lynch
Testimony: Rev. Perry & Kallie Cooper
July 29th
St. Andrew's United Church
Riverside Cemetery Service
Worship Service: Rev. Charlene Maguire-MacKnight
Music: Bill Hachey & Friends
Rain: St. Andrew's United Church
August 5th - 10th
Miramichi Folksong Festival
Summer 2018
Mango Walks
Every Thursday 12:15pm - 12:45pm - Waterford Green
Every Tuesday 12:15pm - 12:45pm - Strawberry Marsh
Ritchie Wharf 2018 Music Schedule
July 17th - Last Call
July 18th - Family Sounds
July 19th - Don Arseneau
July 20th - CH Country
July 21st - George, Sean & Omer
July 22nd - Moonshadow & Zach's Band
July 23rd - Northshore Country
July 24th - Kenny Breau
July 25th - Wild Country
July 26th - Miramichi Entertainers
July 27th - The Osmonds
July 28th - Pauline Petrie
July 29th - Rewind & Heartland
July 30th - George, Sean & Omer
July 31st - Patsy & Bobby
August 1st - Wild Country
August 2nd - Don Arseneau
August 3rd - Zach's Band
August 4th - Miramichi Entertainers
August 5th - Patsy & Bobby and Pauline Petrie
August 6th - Midnight Fire
August 7th - Norhtshore Country
August 8th - CH Country
August 9th - Thin On The Top
August 10th - Moonshadow
August 11th - Ti-Blanc
August 12th - Gospel Concert & Don Arseneau
August 13th - Four Dollar Bill Band
August 14th - Patsy & Bobby
August 15th - The Osmonds
August 16th - Eric & Debbie
August 17th - George, Sean & Omer
August 18th - Last Call
August 19th - Northshore Country & Ti-Blanc
August 20th - Pauline Petrie
August 21st - Kenny Breau
August 22nd - Wild Country
August 23rd - CH Country
August 24th - Zach's Band
August 25th - Family Sounds
August 26th - Nowhere Road & The Osmonds
August 27th - Northshore Country
August 28th - Eric & Debbie
August 29th - George, Sean & Omer
August 30th - Last Call
August 31st - Four Dollar Bill Band
September 1st - Rewind
September 2nd - Moonshadow & Heartland
September 3rd - Ti-Blanc
September 4th - Kenny Breau
September 5th - Wild Country
September 6th - Miramichi Entertainers
September 7th - Don Arseneau
September 8th - Last Call
September 9th - Zach's Band
September 10th - Family Sounds
September 11th - Thin On The Top
September 12th - Foud Dollar Bill Band
September 13th - Patsy & Bobby
September 14th - Rewind
September 15th - Heartland
September 29th
Colour Run For Fun Acadian Peninsula
Registration: 11am - 1:30pm
5km Run: 2pm
-First 500 registered receive a t-shirt
Summer 2018
Chatham Public Library Summer Reading Club
Ages: 2-12
Theme: 'I Will Be What I Read'
Register: Chatham Public Library
Information: 773-6274 or

Ages 7-12: Tuesday 6:30pm or Wednesday 2:30pm
June 26, 27
July 3, 4
July 10, 11
July 17, 18
July 24, 25
July 31, August 1
August 7, 8
August 14

Ages 2-6: Fridays 10:30am
June 29
July 6
July 13
July 20
July 27
August 3
August 10
August 17
August 3rd & 4th
HMCS Fredericton 10th Annual Ride for Children's Wish Foundation
Goal: Raise $100,000 to grant ten wishes for New Brunswick children
-Ride arrives in Miramichi August 3rd
-Ride leaves Miramichi August 4th to Caraquet
-Stops in Esgenoopetitj, Tracadie and Caraquet. The team will continue on to Bathurst, Campbellton, Grand Falls wrapping up in Fredericton.
Summer 2018
Help Us to Help Each Other
Sponsored by Miramichi Kinsmen Club
Program offers free services to senior citizens in the community who may require odd jobs to be done, and also paid and meaningful

employment for students. Any student looking for summer employment, any senior citizen wanting odd jobs done, or anyone wishing to make

a donation to this program are encouraged to contact the Kinsmen Club at 622-4046.

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