Lots of fun events are on the agenda in Florenceville-Bristol, New Brunswick during the month of October!

Here's what happening:

Hunter Brothers Field of Fun

Saturdays/Sundays/Holiday Mondays until November 1
Time: 12pm-6pm

Location: 8534 Main Street, Florenceville-Bristol

Famous Corn Maze, giant slides, petting farm, jumping pillow and many more fun activities.

Cost: $13.50/person Seniors (65+) $10.00/person (ages 2 & under) Free      Group bookings accepted!

Info: 392-6279   www.hunterbrothers.ca

 

Carleton Victoria Arts Council presents – Madison Violet
Saturday, October 24

Time: 7:30pm
Location: Carleton North High School

Madison Violet has culminated a batch of infectious songs that will speak to new audiences while showcasing the unique voices and amazing musicianship their fan base has grown to love.

Cost: $20

Info: Peter McLaughlin: 278-5154 www.cvarts.ca

 

Haunted Trail

Friday, October 23

Time: 5:00pm-7:00pm (less intense, for younger crowds)   7:30pm-9:00pm (more intense, mature crowds)

Location: Shogomoc Railway Site (9189 Main Street)

Take a walk on the wildly spooky side of the Florenceville-Bristol’s Haunted Trail…and make this a night to dismember! Food vendors & treat vendors will be on-site.

Cost: $3.00/person (weather permitting)

Info: 392-6763 Ext 202/204 tourism@florencevillebristol.ca   www.florencevillebristol.ca

 

Pumpkins in the Park!

Friday, October 23

Location: Shogomoc Railway Site and Boardwalk (Main St.)

Students of our local elementary schools will be displaying their “artistically carved & painted pumpkins” for all to enjoy.

 

Halloween Skate
Friday, October 23

Location: Northern Carleton Civic Centre

Time: 6:45pm-7:45pm

After visiting the Haunted Trail, why not get dressed up to skate? There will be spooky music, glow sticks, and the lights will be turned off!

Cost: $2.00 (FREE if you are wearing a costume!)

Info: 392-6763 ext. 211

 

For additional information or to view other events happening please visit the Town website at www.florencevillebristol.ca or call Tourism at 392-6763 ext. 202/204.