[Sust-mar] March Events

Falls Brook Centre fallsbrook at gmail.com
Mon Mar 1 16:08:11 EST 2010

March Events

1. Employment Opportunities

2. Regional Events

3. Sustainable Communities Workshops

4. Climate Change Bus Bookings

1. Employment Opportunities

Visit http://fallsbrookcentre.ca/employment.htm to see the full listings.

2010 International Youth Internships - Falls Brook Centre has 20
positions available for youth looking to build professional skills in
rural Canadian and international settings.

Read the listing at visit http://fallsbrookcentre.ca/internships/posting.htm

Please submit applications to internships at fallsbrookcentre.ca
Note: If you are interested in more than one position please indicate
your interests in the cover letter. FBC retains the right to match
interns with overseas placements during the in-Canada portion at the

Organic Agriculture coordinator - Falls Brook Centre is looking for a
motivated person with a green thumb to coordinate the organic
agricultre program.

Read the listing at visit
Please submit applications to ja at fallsbrookcentre.ca

Household and Garden Manager - Falls Brook Centre is looking for a new
Household and Garden manager, who is also involved in the production,
storage and preparation of food as well as house keeping and arranging
accomodations in the various buildings on site.

Read the listing at http://fallsbrookcentre.ca/Cook.pdf
Please submit applications to ja at fallsbrookcentre.ca

2. March 2-27:  "Women in Art" exhibit will be held in the W.W. Craig
Gallery (below the Dr. Walter Chestnut Public Library) throughout the
month of March. Featuring the art of Jody Coughlin, Judy Daye, Jean
Haywood and Ann Kittredge. Official opening will be held March 4th 6
pm to 8 pm. Meet the artists, refreshments will be served. Gallery
open during regular library hours. For more information visit
http://vision.gnb.ca, email: hartlandl at gnb.ca or call: 375-4876

March 4-6: ACORN's 10th Anniversay Conference & Trade Show,
Celebrating A Decade of Growth.  DON'T MISS IT! At the Rodd
Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island. For more information visit

March 20: Nackawic Fireman's Breakfast.  Come out and get a hearty
breakfast.  Admission by donation. 7:00am Location Nackawic Firehall

March 26: CV Arts presents The McDades. Located in the Carleton North
Theatre Featuring both energetic instrumentals and sensitive vocals
performed in English and French, this compelling and dynamic group
find their groove somewhere between a down-home kitchen party, a jazzy
after-hours club and a folk festival.  For more information visit

3. Sustainable Communities Workshops In Leadership: The ability to
gather a group of people and plan together as a group. Facilitated by
Sophie-Michèle Cyr, hosted by your local library, admission is free.
For more information contact Sophie-Michèle Cyr at 506-375-4310 or
sm at fallsbrookcentre.ca

March 9: Hartland Leadership Workshop: Held at the Dr. Walter Chestnut
Public Library, from 1-3pm.

March 10: Florenceville-Bristol Leadership Workshop: Held at the
Florenceville-Bristol public Library, from 1-3pm. Admission is free.

March 12: Nackawic Leadership Workshop: Held at the Nackawic
Public-School Library, from 1-3pm.

March 15: Woodstock Leadership Workshop: Held at the NB Community
College, Room 3116, 6-8pm.

March 16: Grands Falls Leadership Workshop: Bilingual workshop - Held
in the Grand Falls Public Library, from 6-8pm.

March 17: Perth-Andover Leadership Workshop: Held in Community Room
over the pool, from 6-8pm.

March 18: Plaster Rock Leadership Workshop: Held in the Plaster Rock
library, from 6-8pm.

March 23: Oromocto Leadership Workshop: Held in the Oromocto Public
Library, from 6-8:30pm.

March 24: Boisetown Leadership Workshop: Held in the Community-School
Library, from 6-8pm.

March 25: Stanley Leadership Workshop: Held in the Community Library, 1-3pm.

March 25: Nashwaakis Leadership Workshop: Held in the Nashwaakis
Public-School Library, 6-8pm.

4. Falls Brook Centre's Climate Change Bus, Big Blue will be back on
the roads for the 2010 season, from April to October, to educate
children and parents alike about climate change, energy consciousness,
and renewable energies.  Book the bus to come to your school or your
public event and see interactive educational displays powered by the
sun and wind.  For more information contact Dana at 506-375-4310 or
dana at fallsbrookcentre.ca

If you have any questions about this email or an event you would like
to see promoted please send an email to dana at fallsbrookcentre.ca or
call 506-375-4310
Falls Brook Centre
125 South Knowlesville rd.
Knowlesville, NB
E7L 1B1
(506) 375-8143
(506) 375-4310
(506) 375-4221 (fax)

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