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Annual Events 

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Annual General Meeting


Our Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, February 1st, 2018 at the Connell House, 128 Connell St. Woodstock, NB.

This meeting is open to the public and we welcome anyone interested in what we do or in joining our efforts to attend.

Annual Dinner and Auction

Our Annual MRA Fundraiser Dinner and Auction is set for Saturday, April 14, 2018 at the Nights of Columbus Hall.

This event has been a sell out every year! It's a lot of fun, good wine, great food, and an awesome selection of items up for both silent and live auction.

Directors will be selling tickets by March, we hope to see you there! We appreciate all the donations we receive each year from local businesses and artisans. It really helps make this event such a huge success.

Annual Grand Showcase

The Annual Grand Showcase date has been set for Saturday, April 28th, 2018. This year's theme is Climate Change in Your Community.

This is one of the highlights of our year! Eight elementary schools from Nackawic to Bath hold an Environmental School Showcase every year that invites all students to submit a project based on a topic given to them by the MRA. The projects are judged by local community members and one representative is chosen from every grade to bring their projects to the Grand Showcase. The Grand Showcase is held at in the NBCC Woodstock gym and is open to the general public. We encourage you to come out and support our local students, you will be impressed by what they can teach you about local environmental issues. 

Annual Wild Flower Walk

Meduxnekeag River Association, in collaboration with the Nature Trust of New Brunswick, offers an annual Wildflower Walk each Spring. Held on the Sunday afternoon of the Victoria Day weekend in May, when the spring ephemeral wildflowers are at their best, we visit one or more Appalachian Hardwood Forest sites in the Meduxnekeag watershed. Led by naturalist Jim Goltz, the walks usually attract forty to sixty participants and provide an introduction to identifying local woodland flowers as well as an opportunity for appreciation and photography. The Wildflower Walks are free, although donations to the Association or the Trust are always appreciated.

Date: Sunday May 20th 2018 at 1:00pm

Annual Bird Walk

The Meduxnekeag River Association, in partnership with local bird enthusiasts lead a bird walk at the Meduxnekeag Valley Nature Preserve (Bell Forest-260 Bell Settlement Rd). Many birds nest in the Appalachian Hardwood forests and they can often be seen hunting and gathering food.

Keen eyes and ears will be exposed to Ovenbirds, Warblers, and if you're really lucky a Scarlet Tanager or the Barred Owl that call these forests home.

Date: Saturday June 9th 2018 at 7:30am

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