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Harper’s Exotic Animals

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McAdam Public Library are hosting a visit from Harper’s Exotic Animals on Friday 9th August.

The animals can be found in the upstairs room on the Village office from 2.30 – 4.30 p.m.

Everyone is welcome to this FREE event.

 

 

McAdam $1 lots update

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Many of you will have noticed the ‘SOLD’ signs appearing on the lots.  Since our last update in February we can confirm that to date 7 lots have been sold and 2 others are going through the final stages of paperwork.  Offers have been sent out on the remaining seven.

Look what’s coming in the Fall

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I know we are still in the grip of our beautiful summer but for those of  you who do like to plan ahead here are some of the things we will be offering this fall:

Yoga

Zumba (subject to change)

Learn Sign Language

Beginners Photography (subject to change)

Gingerbread House Competition (more details to follow)

Annual Santa Parade – (details in October)

 

2nd Annual McAdam Lake Family Paddle Day

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  • Date: August 17, 2019 (Rain Date: August 18, 2019)
    Location: McAdam Lake
    Registration: 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. (Register in advance at McAdam Village Office)
    Cost: $10.00 per person, or $40 per Family of 4 or more
    (Children under 5 free) (Barbeque included)
    Barbeque starting at 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
    Everyone welcome: Come out and enjoy an afternoon of fun including some music, a barbeque and prize draws. Paddle the lake and visit the checkpoints to be eligible for one of five Grand Prize draws. The barbeque and general prize draw tickets are also open for those who do not wish to paddle but would like to join the fun ($10)! 200+ prizes donated
    Event etiquette:
    • Safety first! All canoers must adhere to boating safety rules and regulations. Suggest travelling in groups.
    • Keep our lake clean! Garbage – if you bring it in, take it out!
    • Children 13 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
    • Waiver must be signed before your canoe leaves the lake shore
    • This is a family alcohol free event
    • This is a Non-motorized canoe and kayak event
    For more information call the Village of McAdam at 784-2293
    Proceeds to be used in support of McAdam Heart & Homea

July 1st – Railway Days

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July 1st is almost here and the Recreation Department are hoping that this year will be an enjoyable time for all ages.  Some of the events for this year include:

  • Push Cart Derby (please see below for guidelines and rules)
  • Loonie Toss
  • Bingo
  • Movie under the Stars
  • Craft Show (space still available call 784-1400 to reserve your table)
  • Country Music Show
  • Jimmy the Janitor

Push-Cart Derby Guidelines

  • Cart must not have any protruding parts
  • Steering may be done by either the pusher or the driver
  • Push bar or handles for the pusher
  • Must have 4 wheel and teams have the option of using axles or not
  • Seat for the rider must be fully secured to the push-cart
  • Rider must have a secure seatbelt
  • Rider must wear a helmet and gloves
  • Pusher must wear gloves, kneepads and closed-toe shoes (no flip flops or open toed shoes)
  • NO MOTOR OF ANY KIND

Racing Rules

  • Official Derby Referees will oversee all races – decision made by the refs are final.
  • Races will start with front wheels of each push-cart on the starting line.
  • Racers must stay within their own race lanes from start to finish – blocking or cutting off competing racers will result in team disqualifications or do-over.
  • False starts will result in team disqualifications or do-over.
  • Race winners will be determined by which art’s front wheels cross the finish line first.
  • A waiver must be signed for each team.  If  your team has members under 18 – parental consent is required.

 

Prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.  There will also be prizes for the Best Design and Best Paint Job.

Be creative and most of all, have fun building!!

 

Memorial Banners

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The Royal Canadian Legion Branch #7 and the Village of McAdam are partnering to commemorate and honour Veterans and their sacrifices during past and current conflicts in the world. This is a unique tribute to our veterans for Remembrance day. This project will consist of mounting memorial banners of these individuals on the power poles on the main street through the village. This is not limited to veterans who have passed on but also those who are still living.

DETAILS
Each banner is made of vinyl and is 2 feet wide and 4 feet long. They are double sided and a photo must be provided to be included on the banner. The brackets will be manufactured in McAdam at Granite Industries while the banners are produced in Saint John at Signs Plus. . The banner information will be limited to 3 lines and the information will be condensed. I.e. The Smith Family instead of mon and Dad, brother John, sister Jean. The more information on one line, the smaller the text will be and it may be difficult to read once they are mounted on the poles.

The cost of the banner and hardware is $300. If you wish to order a banner or would like more information please contact Andy Royer at 366-5596 or by email at: logio53@hotmail.com
Orders must be into Saint John by 31 July

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Thank you for your support

Andy Royer
President
Branch #7
Royal Canadian Legion

The End of a McAdam Tradition

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Railway pie has long been a tradition with the community of, and visitors to McAdam.  Sadly it has now come to an end but there is an exciting new event to take its place, “Tour & Tea with Abigail”.   To hear the Frank Carroll  interview on CBC radio regarding the end of one era and the beginning of a new please click on the following link.

https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1519905859660?fbclid=IwAR1pecGJZ6BDK-W6WERn8wkgqJj8y6NMmzFRA451_bLpC-OSEwEeiP8arKg

 A huge heart felt thank you to the ladies who, over many, many years produced the delicious pies which left customers always wanting more.