Chase the Ace Lottery at the King Street Ale House
Every Monday Evening - 5pm to 7pm
Every week there is a winner! We sell tickets from 5pm to 7pm at the King Street Ale House with the draw at 7:15pm sharp. The winning ticket holder must be present to win. They immediately win 25% of the ticket sales from that night while another 25% of the sales goes into a growing jackpot. The winning ticket holder now has a chance to win the jackpot by picking the Ace of Spades from a deck of cards. If the Ace of Spades is drawn, then they win the jackpot. If the Ace of Spades is not picked, the drawn card will be destroyed and the jackpot will carry over to next week.
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Slegde Hockey Open Ice & Coach Education Sessions
September 26th 2015 in Moncton and September 27th in Fredericton
You’re invited to participate in a community open ice session and/or a coach education session for sledge hockey. This introduction to coaching sledge hockey clinic will include topics such as an introduction to sledge hockey, equipment, off-ice preparation, basic skills, and reccomended exercises and drills. Community open ice session is for everyone to come out and try a sledge!
2015 King of the Strip
Saturday, February 7, 2015
2015 Snowmobile Drag Races - “King of the Strip”
SLEDGE HOCKEY OPEN ICE & COACH EDUCATION SESSIONS
Bathurst November 29, 2014 Shippagan November 30, 2014 Moncton December 1, 2014
You’re invited to participate in a community open ice session and/or a coach education session for sledge hockey. This Introduction to Coaching Sledge Hockey Clinic will include topics such as an introduction to sledge hockey, equipment, off-ice preparation, basic skills and receommended exercises and drills. Community open ice sessions are for everyone to come out and try a sledge. These clinics are free of charge.
Easter Seals Mail Campaign
Each spring an important event happens throughout New Brunswick. For decades, Easter Seals has been announcing a change of season and reminding Canadians to help children with disabilities. By supporting Easter Seals, New Brunswickers are able to support disabled children.