Community Corner: Learning history through drama with “The Canadas” cast
“The Canadas” tells the story of our country through the eyes of newcomers – a family of singing geese. The production is presented by the Capitol Theatre Academy. Three young cast members share their insights with guest blogger Melannie Eldridge.
15 Fun Things To Do With The Kids This Weekend in Moncton (Jun 16-18)
Happy Father’s Day Weekend! In case you need a few last minute gift ideas (like me!), check out our easy DIY No Dye Tie Dye Tie or this DIY BBQ Apron from our friends at…
Backyard Fun for Canada150
Bring the Canada Day party to the backyard with two simple tricks: a maple leaf cookie cutter and spray cans of landscaping chalk! We created a massive Canadian flag – and hopscotch! – on the lawn, then relaxed with watermelon maple leafs for our Canada150 party.
Moncton Blogs to Follow
Stop searching for Moncton blogs to follow and check out this list! Over the past year, more and more local blogs have filtered into my life and we’re so happy to see our community reflected in this way. We’ve listed more than a dozen sites for lifestyle, travel, fashion, politics, and more for you to enjoy!
Rise & Shine PJ Walk for Kids Moncton
The inaugural Rise & Shine PJ Walk for Kids takes place this Sunday, June 11 in Moncton. We can’t wait to raise funds and fun for this great cause!
Salisbury’s Highland Park: One of Canada’s 150 Coolest Playgrounds!
We’re thrilled to share Salisbury’s Highland Park as one of Canada’s 150 Coolest Playgrounds! A perfect all-season park with a natural playground, walking trails by the Petitcodiac River, a brand-new splash pad, traditional playground equipment, a covered gazebo, picnic tables, and lots of green space to enjoy!
Day Trip Ideas in Saint John from Network of Mom’s Michelle Lefrancois
Michelle Lefrancois runs Network of Moms, a website and online community for moms in the Saint John area. She has two lovely little girls and lots for day trip ideas in Saint John!
Infertility Awareness Week as a Mom
This is Canadian Infertility Awareness Week. I am the Executive Director of Fertility Matters Canada, the national fertility resource for Canadians. Every day I talk to patients who are struggling to build their families. Every day I try to support individuals with an infertility diagnosis. Every day I work to ensure patients have the information and supports they need to make informed choices about their reproductive health. Every day I advocate for equal access to fertility care in this country. And, every day I die a little inside because I may never be able to give my son something he wants.
Mother’s Day as a Surrogate Mom
“It was a very emotional moment as I looked at her face when she saw her sons for the first time. I did that. I made her a mom. My dream came true and I couldn’t have been happier for her.”
Community Corner: Welcoming Families to the Capitol Theatre
When I was small, my grandmother would take me to Mount Allison’s Convocation Hall for ballet and theatre. I’d put on my frilliest dress, best barrettes, and try my hardest to contain the overwhelming and hyperactive excitement buzzing inside me. As much as I loved the performances, the memories of what I saw on stage are honestly fuzzy at best. The venue, however, I still remember vividly.