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Pickle Planet is a one-stop spot for information and inspiration. Since 2015, we’ve been sharing weekly guides to what’s happening in the Greater Moncton Area, as well as tips on parenting, traveling with kids, making the most of time at home, playground reviews, and so much more, all with the goal of helping us connect with ourselves, our families, and our communities.

Check out the latest Pickle Planet guide to weekend fun in the Greater Moncton Area!

Be sure to bookmark these guides to local fun – you’ll find something to do for everyone from infants to teens!

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Baby on the way? Check out our most popular infant & pregnancy resources!

Take us on the go!

Even when you have a great circle of friends, it’s hard to find time to get together. But we hope you can always feel like you’ve had time to sit and catch up with Jenna & Tosh on the Pickle Planet Podcast! We dish up a new episode every Friday; subscribe on iTunes or Spotify to make sure you never miss us – and watch for the video versions airing on Rogers TV in New Brunswick.

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Pickle Planet Playground Reviews

We’re on a mission to visit every park and playground in Moncton, Riverview, Dieppe, and the surrounding communities so that you can have the information you need – which are fenced in, where there are washrooms, how to find water features, and so much more.

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