This is the 15th anniversary of the First Fiddle on the Tobique.
Friday, June 20, 2008
There are jam sessions and fiddle workshops all afternoon long, a supper , and a concert. For information about the jam sessions , and concert, contact Helen Edgar firstname.lastname@example.org
The Village of Plaster Rock will be hosting a reception to welcome the fiddlers at 4:00 PM at the new Welcome Center at the Plaster Rock Tourist Park.
The concert begins 7:30PM at the Tobique Valley High school
Saturday, June 21, 2008
There will be a pancake breakfast held at the Riley Brook Community Hall put on by the men of the village starting at 07:00 AM and lasts until they run out of batter, or the fiddlers break too many strings !
The annual River run starts in Nictau, NB at 1:00PM There will be RCMP patrolling again this year, and it will be appreciated if people refrain from alcohol while on the river. This is a family event, and we want it to remain a SAFE event. THANK YOU.
Canoes without fiddlers are requested to launch either at the Nictau Airport venue, or at the Campbell river venue just north of the forks. The Forks has very limited parking, and that area is designated for the launch area for the canoes bringing the fiddlers down the river.
At 5:00 Pm there is a public supper put on by the Riley Brook Community Hall, and a old time dance to follow starting at 8:00PM
There will be jamming all Saturday evening at the Nictau Center for the Performing Arts, ( the new Log house)
Sunday, June 22
At 08:30 AM at the Nictau Center for the performing arts ( the new Log house) there will be a new event called Fiddlescapes. there will be music and a chance to reflect and share what Fiddles on the Tobique means to you, and a chance to say good by to new friends.
There will be a church service at 10:00 at the Riley Brook Community Hall , Riley Brook, NB.
For further information contact:
Bill Miller email@example.com