Family Day Celebration at Les Aventuriers Development Centre
On February the 17th The Restigouche Multicultural Association teamed up with The Wellness Movement Restigouche, Les Aventurier de Charlo and other local organizations for a Family Day celebration at Les Aventuriers Lodge in Charlo. At this fun-filled family event, attendees spent quality time with their families and the community. The event featured outdoor activities and healthy snacks. The Restigouche Multicultural Association provided African braiding during the event.
Black History Month 2020
On February 15th The Restigouche Multicultural Association celebrated Black History Month at the Balmoral Community Centre. Over 130 people came together to enjoy the festivities that took place from 5:30PM until midnight.
Welcoming words were given by Honorine Ngoutchoup and Melindria Tavoularis. Thereafter, a mouth-watering three-course meal of African cuisine, prepared by Afrifood, was served to the backdrop of a presentation featuring the achievements of African peoples in Canadian society. As dessert was served, spectators enjoyed a vivacious African dance routine performed by students from CCNB Campbellton. Finally, the night came to a close with the pulsing rhythms of Quebec based band Balafola, whose African inspired music featured driving drumbeats and unique melodies that enticed many party-goers to end the night dancing.
We’d like to thank our gracious sponsors whose support helped make this event a success:
NB Population Growth Division
Dalhousie Jean Coutu
AV Cell Atholville
Restigouche Automobile Dealers Association
Winter Wellness Day at Sugarloaf Park
On January the 25th, the Restigouche Multicultural Association had fun participating in The Winter Wellness Day at the Sugarloaf Park in Atholville. The event included activities and amenities such as nutritional snacks, free snowshoe rentals, free tube-sliding, ice-skating, a geo-cache treasure-hunt, and a bonfire with a complementary lunch.
Atlantic Immigration Career Loan Fund
On January 22nd The Restigouche Multicultural Association in partnership with the New Brunswick Multicultural Council held an information session on the Atlantic Immigrant Career Loan Fund at the Campbellton Civic Center. The Atlantic Immigrant Career Loan Fund is a microloan fund for internationally trained individuals. The purpose of the fund is to assist newcomers by providing microloans to overcome financial barriers to becoming licensed to practice, and entering the workforce and working in their occupations or related other fields.