Emancipation Day will also be celebrated on the 7th with activities on the riverside Green of Christ Church Cathedral, near the Beaverbrook Art Gallery from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Activities are all FREE, including:
- Music with DJ-Wakanda
- Photo booth
The following food trucks will be ready to serve you with a wide variety of choices during the event:
- Ultimate Tiki
- Poppy’s Kettle Korn & Lemonade
- Street Greek
- Ketchup and Bite Me
- Warung Indonesia
- Between the Bun
- Milda's Pizzas & More Inc
FREE hotdogs while quantities last.
The Explore NB Steet Team will be set up with information, swag and fun activities.
St. John Ambulance will be on hand.
Fredericton Water Department will have its portable water station set up for the duration of the event.
Fredericton Capital Region Tourism will also be present on the lawn of the Legislative Assembly.
Local vendors will be on hand on the greens near the pedestrian bridge:
- Live painters
- Henna art
- Face painting
- And much more
Booths will be set up on the Legislative Assembly lawn, including a selfie stand; giveaways of refillable water bottles, frisbees, beach balls, flags and tattoos, while quantities last; and be one of the first to try the New Brunswick cookie created by Jenna's Nut-Free Dessertery using New Brunswick ingredients, including wheat, butter, blueberries and maple syrup.
Craft NB will be part of the celebrations, set up in Carleton Park with juried artists and workshops.
New Brunswick Day is an ideal time to celebrate why there is no better place to be than here in our province. We have so many stories to share and so many reasons to be proud.
This New Brunswick Day, we will be celebrating our province together through our music, our food and our experiences with friends and family.
New Brunswick Day 2023: Celebrate NB!