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Beaches, Bogs & Beautiful Scenery

Beaches, Bogs & Beautiful Scenery

Visiting Kouchibouguac National Park is on your bucket list? Congrats! You’ve made a great decision considering all the amazing attractions and activities this park has to offer. As summer students for Discover Miramichi, we had the opportunity to experience some of these attractions and activities on our day trip to Kouchibouguac. The park is approximatelyContinue Reading

Shaking Hands with the Past

Shaking Hands with the Past

Time travel is usually something only Hollywood can pull off in movies, so you can imagine that we don’t get much chance to partake in many time altering experiences.  Today we got just that chance to do so with a little help from our friends at Beaubears Island Interpretive Centre. We all boarded into theContinue Reading

A Tube-Tastic Experience

A Tube-Tastic Experience

Don’t you just love being able to sit back and relax while floating in a tube down the Miramichi river? If you answered yes, then Stewart’s Tubing is the place for you! As summer students for Discover Miramichi we are always looking for new activities to partake in. The forecast called for beach weather, soContinue Reading

Connecting North and South

Connecting North and South

Today we experienced our first outing as summer students for Discover Miramichi. Upon arrival at Metepenagiag Heritage Park we were greeted by two of the summer staff, Hunter and Logan. They would eventually be guiding us through the teepee building process, but we were scheduled to explore the interpretive center first. From left to right:Continue Reading

Central NB Woodmen’s Lumberjack Festival

Central NB Woodmen’s Lumberjack Festival

July 23rd – 28th, 2019   The Central NB Woodmen’s Museum is getting ready for another year of exciting axe wielding competitions and family fun! The Central NB Lumberjack games hosts the only Masters Division in the province where past champions compete in sports such as Cross-Cutting, Kettle Boiling and Axe Throwing as well asContinue Reading

Documentary – “Still Fishing: Beyond the Escuminac Disaster” – Airing on Television for first time

Documentary – “Still Fishing: Beyond the Escuminac Disaster” – Airing on Television for first time

          “Still Fishing: Beyond the Escuminac Disaster” is a 28 minute documentary that recounts the story of the 1959 Escuminac Disaster.  This documentary that was produced by the Miramichi River Tourism Association screened in the 2014 Atlantic Film Festival in Halifax, as well as the 2014 Silver Wave Film Festival inContinue Reading

Miramichi Chamber of Commerce – 6th Annual Golf Tournament

Miramichi Chamber of Commerce – 6th Annual Golf Tournament

MIRAMICHI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE:  Join us on June 18th at the Miramichi Golf & Country Club for a fun round of golf and a great chance to network with others in the community! We are still looking for teams, so if you think you’d like to join us, please register today! It is $520 forContinue Reading

Miramichi Pronature

Miramichi Pronature

   Pronature is a family owned and operated outdoor store, focused on offering the very best products and services possible for every member of your family.  During the spring, from lines to lures, pronature will meet the fisherman’s outfitting needs for a premiere angling experience while the fall colours bring a wide assortment of “huntersContinue Reading

Escuminac Disaster Documentary to be Screened at the Historic Vogue Theatre – March 20/2015

Escuminac Disaster Documentary to be Screened at the Historic Vogue Theatre – March 20/2015

“Still Fishing: Beyond the Escuminac Disaster” – A Documentary about Human Greatness “The story, at its heart, is about human greatness.” This comment is made by Miramichi author David Adams Richards in the film, “Still Fishing,” which will be shown at the Vogue Theatre at 6:30pm on Friday, March 20th (Storm Date: March 21st). ItContinue Reading

L’ODYSSÉE DU NORD

L’ODYSSÉE DU NORD

  Miramichi, une passerelle de motoneige de l’Odyssée du Nord Nouveau-Brunswick, est situé dans le cœur de la ceinture de neige avec des quantités de précipitations moyennes annuelles de 114 pouces (291 cm) et plus de 600 kilomètres de sentiers damées.  Les motoneigistes trouveront tous les services dont ils ont besoin à Miramichi. Des grands forfaits d’hébergement, desContinue Reading