Schedule 2019

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Life at the Lakes 2019 Schedule

A little bit of everything festival’ in Cambridge-Narrows & surrounding area

…an arts, culture, and nature extravaganza!

Schedule with map will be available at the Cambridge-Narrows Regional Library/Information Centre

Saturday August 10

8am – 10:30am
Community Breakfast  (Municipal building)
Scrambled eggs, ham, hash browns, baked beans.   
Cost $8 adults, $5 ages 6-12/ under 6 free, a Library fundraiser.

8am – 7pm
Photo Contest Winners Display  (Municipal Building)
Highlighting the beauty, diversity, and activities of our community.
Presentation of prizes to photo contest winners at 4 pm.

9am – 5pm
Ferry Road Book Place (corner of Ferry Rd & Rte 715 Lower Jemseg)
Thousands of pre-read books, fiction & non-fiction, extensive maritime & Canadian collections,  children’s books, cookbooks, etc. Something for all!

9am – 6pm
Cambridge-Narrows Regional Library/ Visitor Information Centre
(2216 Lakeview Rd) Used books sale. 9 – 12 pm. 
1-4 pm View historic photos & chat with local historian David Henderson. 
2-3 pm Gerald Hudson McIntyre will be sharing the history of Elm Hill near Gagetown, established 1806 by black Loyalists. One of Canada’s earliest black communities. 
Live music from 1 pm onward: Acoustic Rock with Jeremy Dunsmore & Colin Nordholt
www.cambridge-narrowsregionallibrary.ca

9am – 4pm

Code Mobile Tech Fair (Pines Conservation Park)
Visit the Code Mobile where they will be showing people how to use a computer, how to write code, and how to control robotics with computer programming. http://codemobile.ca

10am – 5pm
Nature Scavenger Hunt for all ages. (Pines Conservation Park) A hunt for the keenest of eyes and sharpest of wits.

10am – 5pm
‘Walk Among Stars’ with the Akerley Area Quilt Guild (Narrows United Church)
A showcase of quilts for show and sale, demos and raffle.
Vendor –Town and Country Quilts. Refreshments. Free-will donation.

10am – 5pm
Anthony Flower House Museum (2270 Lower Cambridge Rd) Open house, tours, and demonstrations.
Live music from 1 pm to 4 pm: Lloyd Mullin & Alex McGibbon
http://www.queenscountyheritage.com/inner_flower_house.php

10am – 4pm
Lavenhop (648 Bridge Drive, Rte 695 towards Jemseg)
“Nature’s Problems and Partners” Butterflies, milkweed, lavender and insects.
https://www.facebook.com/lavenhop.grows

10am – 5pm
James S Robinson House (2349 Lower Cambridge Rd) Step back in time for a historical tour $5.  Meet and greet with Dierdre’s Aesthetics.

10am – 5pm
Crafted Images Pottery (52 Cody’s Lane, Cody’s)
Studio demo by potter Heather MacAlpine. Browse her store. www.facebook.com/craftedimages

11am – 5pm
Acacia Gallery (1948 Lakeview Rd)
2019 Summer exhibition. Self-guided water garden tours. See the art of  Richard Flynn. flynnfineart.com

11am – 5 pm
Norwood on the Washademoak B & B, ‘Artisans at Work’  (3437 Lower Cambridge Rd)
‘Artisans at Work’  Featuring an art exhibit by local artist Cheryl Bogart. Demos by painters, potters, mixed fibre artists, silversmith, and wood carver. Product for sale. Stroll the grounds and see what is new.
Artisan info: NorwoodontheWashademoakbnb.com

11am – 2pm
Lunch at the WI Hall  (1 Cody’s Lane, Cody’s)
$10 soups, sandwiches & desserts.  Local Heritage Display.  Air conditioned.  Fundraiser for the Cody’s Women’s Institute.

11am – 1pm
Opening Ceremony (Pines Conservation Park)
Sisters of the Drum: Pokuhulakonol Witsehkehsulticik (sharing songs of the Wolastoqiyik people), followed by a multicultural performance coordinated by the Multicultural Association of Fredericton in partnership with the Ethno-Cultural Association. The Lebanese Community, the Iranian Canadian Association, the Nepali Cultural Association, and the Indo-Canadian Association will be represented.

12pm – 3pm
Pines Activities (Pines Conservation Park)
Free Corn Boil! Food trucks & vendors, including Bert’s Sausages (locally made at Elke’s BBQ), Hubb Dut Hut food truck, locally made Venezuelan food (Laur Vargas), and SC Bake Shop.

Canaan-Washademoak Watershed Assoc.; information display & tree identification.

12pm – 3pm
Car Show (Pines Conservation Park)
Mingle with car enthusiasts and their antique autos. Prizes. Vintage cars welcome!
Contact Tom Nisbet 488-2517 or Gary Smith 658-8144 for more info.
www.facebook.com/lifeatthelakescarshow/

12am – 5pm
Motts Landing Vineyard (3506 Lower Cambridge Rd)
Enjoy wine tasting and vineyard walks and music!
website: mottslandingvineyard.com
Live music 3:30 pm to 5 pm with Sapien, a one-man band of folk and blues music.

1pm – 4pm
Malarkey’s & Sussex Craft Distillery (1377 Bridge Dr. )
Taste testing of Sussex Craft Distillery’s award-winning rums, liquors and more.
sussexcraftdistillery.com

10am9pm
Astronomy in the Village
(Good Shepherd Church, 2266 Lower Cambridge Rd)
Curt Nason from Saint John Astronomy Club will be giving a series of talks.
10 am Constellations 
2 pm Solar system and Telescopes 
9 pm Observing the Night Sky

1pm-5pm 
Felt–along  (9-J  Antiques, 1409 Bridge Drive)
Free. Come have some fun and get an introduction to needle felting.
Hands-on demo.  

3:30 – 4:30pm
Monarch Magic (Good Shepherd Church, 2266 Lower Cambridge Rd) Roberta MacDonald shares her experience with the mysterious butterfly. 

4:30 – 6pm
Ham Supper with Strawberry Shortcake (Municipal building)
Mill Cove Nursing Home Foundation fundraiser.
Cost: Adults $12 / Children 6-12 $6 / Under 6 free.

8pm – 12am
Beer Garden (Pines Conservation Park)
Music: Rick Reissner Band. Cash Bar (beer and wine)

Sunday August 11

8:30am
Coffee & Muffins at Good Shepherd Church (2266 Lower Cambridge Rd)
Followed by Ecumenical Church Service at 9am – 9:45am- Everyone welcome!

9am – 6pm
Cambridge-Narrows Regional Library/ Visitors Information Centre (2216 Lakeview Rd)
Used books sale. 9 – 12 pm. 
1-4 pm View historic photos & chat with local historian David Henderson.2-3 pm Margaret Ann Ashfield will be discussing her new book on McDonalds Corner.

10am -12pm
Nature /Heritage Walk with Dr. James Goltz (The Municipal Bldg.)
Take a nature/heritage walk with  Dr. Jim Goltz along the Robinson Forest Trail and learn about the fascinating life of field and forest.
Meet at the C-N  Municipal Building.

12:30 – 1pm
Robinson Forest (Good Shepherd Church, 2266 Lower Cambridge Rd)          Community Forest International, the new owners of Robinson Forest, are working to connect communities to the forests that sustain them. They will be giving a presentation about their roll in our community.

10am – 4pm
“Harold’s Toy Shop” (1898 Lakeside Rd)
Come visit with Harold Jones and see his antique tractors, trucks, trains & more.

10am – 4pm
Lavenhop (648 Bridge Drive, Rte 695 towards Jemseg)
 “Natures Problems and Partners” Butterflies, milkweed, lavender and insects.

10am – 5pm
Anthony Flower House Museum (2270 Lower Cambridge Rd)
Open house, tours, and demonstrations.

10am – 5pm
Crafted Images Pottery (52 Cody’s Lane, Cody’s)
Studio demo by potter Heather MacAlpine. Browse her store. www.facebook.com/craftedimages

11am – 2pm
Lunch at the WI Hall  (1 Cody’s Lane, Cody’s)
$10 soups, sandwiches & desserts.  Local Heritage Display.  Air conditioned.  Fundraiser for the Cody’s Women’s Institute.

11am – 4pm
‘Walk Among Stars’ with the Akerley Area Quilt Guild (Narrows United Church)      
A showcase of quilts for show and sale, demos and raffle.
Vendor – Spruce it Up Refreshments. Free-will donation

11am – 5pm
Acacia Gallery (1948 Lakeview Rd)
2019 Summer Exhibition and self-guided water garden tours. http://www.flynnfineart.com Come see the art of Richard Flynn.

11am – 5 pm
Norwood on the Washademoak B & B, ‘Artisans at Work’
(3437 Lower Cambridge Rd)
Featuring an art exhibit by local artist Cheryl Bogart.
Demos by painters, potters, mixed fibre artists, silversmith, and wood carver. Products for sale. Stroll the grounds and see what is new. Product for sale. 
Live music from 1 pm to 3 pm,
Marilyn Inch & Jane Taylor: Irish Traditional music with Irish whistle & the Bodhrán
Artisan info: www.NorwoodontheWashademoakbnb.com

12am – 5pm
Motts Landing Vineyard (3506 Lower Cambridge Rd)
Enjoy wine tasting and vineyard walks. 

1pm – 5pm
Ferry Road Book Place (corner of Ferry Rd & Rte 715 Lower Jemseg)
Thousands of pre-read books, fiction & non-fiction, extensive maritime & Canadian collections,  children’s books, cookbooks, etc. Something for all!

Picnic Tables available throughout the village and at most venues.