WITH AUTHENTIC COSTUMING, THE LOOK, THE SOUND, AND ALL OF THE CRAZY ANTICS OF ANGUS YOUNG, HELLS/BELLS IS TOTAL ENERGY, ABSOLUTE ADRENALINE – THE MOST COMPLETE PARTY EXPERIENCE ACCLAIMED ACROSS THE UNITED STATES, HONDURAS, MEXICO, TRINIDAD, AND EUROPE BY MANY DIE-HARD FANS.
HEAR ALL THE HITS OF BOTH SINGERS, BON SCOTT & BRIAN JOHNSON.
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FOR THOSE ABOUT TO ROCK
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July 15; 7pm (Doors @ 6pm).
Tickets: $25+ HST
The biggest 80s dance party of the year!!
In the spirit of tradition, we are tickled to celebrate our sixteenth season!
Saint John Idol is a much anticipated part of our summertime Wednesdays!
Thousands of spectators arrive each week to cheer for their favourite local talent. This event only continues to grow in popularity with each passing summer.
Over ten weeks, contestants have the opportunity to compete in challenges to win a weekly prize of $250. Also, a grand prize of $5,000 is presented to the finale winner on August 29th.
Join us for presentations and a pot luck lunch.
Summer camps at Trinity Galleries will immerse children in the exciting world of art history and art making. Contact 634-1611 for more details!
Come and sample Poutine creations by your favourite Uptown Saint John restaurants. Samples provided in the Market Square Atrium.
What is Poutine you ask?
– A Canadian dish of French fries covered with brown gravy and cheese curds.
Who will be this year’s Poutine Competition Champ?!
Come on out and find out!!
Join us at HMCS Brunswicker for our 5km run/walk for adults and 1km kids fun run on June 23rd!
Add a spring to your step with the Canadian Cancer Society’s Daffodil Dash – a run to raise funds for cancer research and prevention and support for people living with the disease right now.
Run solo, bring the family or team up with your friends and colleagues to what promises to be a great day of running, fundraising and fun.
The Analog MVP Camp is a fun, hands-on group workshop for entrepreneurs who are ready to craft the vision of their new product or service, and begin planning its evolution in a product roadmap, centred around an industry-standard design methodology known as paper prototyping.
Activities of this workshop will include:
• Review your existing business plan
• Focus on your unique value proposition
• Describe the people who will shape your product
• Create a paper prototype of your app
• Draft product roadmap
This workshop will be led by Raven Blue, a user experience designer with 20 years experience in software product design and development. Tickets are $100+HST (purchase here by clicking on this link Eventbrite or the one on Facebook) and include both days of workshops plus supplies.
The first Friday of the Summer season is already sure to go down in history!
Mayor Don Darling & Council will be pulling the official 5pm work whistle announcing to those near and far that the weekend is here!
The City of Saint John will be hosting a #FREE BBQ and Saint John Ale House, Social Bar Steakhouse, McGill’s, Grannan’s Seafood and Lemongrass Thai Fare & Peppers Pub will provide free samples off of their summer menu. We will top it off with the largest pedestrian street party unique to the Maritimes, and a fireworks display that will light up the sky!
Who will be the Boardwalk’s Top Mixologist?! Find out at the 6th Annual Black Box Mixology Contest! The winning drink will be the Boardwalk’s signature drink for the ENTIRE SUMMER!
Pretty In Pink (That80sband) step out of their Delorean with feathered hair and perfect pitch, blinding you with science. They are your hoverboard. They are your danger zone. Aaah, the 80s – that happy little decade between social activism and self-loathing grunge. A time when the Coreys were king and Tom Selleck set the standard for moustaches. While the cold war raged, we solved Rubik’s Cubes and took roll call, Bueller…Bueller…Bueller.
The Yoga Co-op presents:
Join us for Summer Solstice to kick off summer!
This will be a cash donation class open to all level of yogis with the proceeds going to the Red Cross to help out the 2018 flood victims