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Community Cleanup
Sunday 07 June 2020,  - 

NB Parks and Trails Day is celebrated each year on the first weekend of June. On the occasion of this event and in order to keep our community clean, the Village de Memramcook invites you to participate to our Community Cleanup 2020. Choose a street, trail or the surroundings of your property and pick up the garbage at a time that suits you.

In order to comply with the recommendations related to the COVID-19 pandemic, participants are asked to follow certain instructions:

- You can pick up your cleanup kit this week (1 per person) from 8:30 a.m to 4:30 p.m. at the Municipal building. If you prefer, you can use your own gloves and clear garbage bags that you already have at home.

- If you meet someone on the trails, ensure that you are maintaining a 2-metre distance.

- Outdoor equipment like benches and garbage bins are not disinfected. Avoid touching these surfaces.

- Be mindful of vehicles when near the road and wear bright colours or reflective vests.

- Wear gloves and wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water or hand sanitizer when completed.

- You can dispose of the bags during the regular garbage pick-up on the week of June 8. Make sure all the garbage is in clear bags.

Don't forget to share your photos with us! Use the hashtag #CleanupMemramcook2020 or email the photos to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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To submit an activity: Pascale Dupuis - pascale@memramcook.com

Latest Events

July 13

Special Meeting
Due to COVID-19, Municipal Council will hold its next Special Meeting virtually, on Monday July 13th, at 6:30pm.  Those interested in joining the meeting via Zoom are asked to communicate with Monique Bourque, Chief Administrative Officer/Clerk, before noon on Monday July 13th at 758-4069 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive instructions on how to access the meeting.  As usual, the meeting agenda will be posted July 10th, before the end of day.

July 14

Causeries du mardi • Hector J. Cormier
The ''Causeries du mardi 2020'' will take place from July 7 to August 25 at 7 p.m.via the Monument-Lefebvre Facebook Page. 

Hector J. Cormier • Sœur Saint-Hermas, religieuse des Petites Sœurs de la Sainte-Famille

Sœur Saint-Hermas, Petite Sœurs de la Sainte-Famille, Clémence Cormier de son nom de fille, est la tante paternelle du père Clément Cormier, recteur-fondateur de l’Université de Moncton. Née à New Bedford au Massachusetts, elle devint orpheline de sa mère à l’âge de 4 ans, perd sa mère adoptive et son père naturel à l’âge de 8 ans et ira vivre chez Olive et David Richard à Notre-Dame-de-Kent. À 26 ans, elle entre chez les Petites Sœurs de la Sainte-Famille à Memramcook et entretiendra une longue correspondance avec son neveu-prêtre pendant plus de 34 ans. On vous propose alors une présentation et une analyse des lettres de cette correspondance, soit un total de 115 lettres.

Hector J. Cormier est un enseignant à la retraite. Il a œuvré à Weiser, à Dieppe et à Moncton pendant 35 ans. Il a été directeur d’école, conseiller en pédagogie et chef du département de français à l’école Vanier. De 1971 à 1973, il devient le secrétaire-général de la Société Nationale des Acadiens. Son livre « La scission du district scolaire no 15, L’histoire d’une lutte, mais surtout d’une victoire » lui a mérité le prix France-Acadie en 2001. Conférencier, il a aussi écrit et publié, depuis sa retraite, pas moins de cinq ou six cents articles sur des sujets variés.

*** The ''Causeries du mardi'' are presented by the Société du Monument-Lefebvre, the Société d'histoire de Memramcook and the Société Culturelle de la Vallée de Memramcook ***

July 18

Take Flight in Memramcook
Haut-du-Ruisseau Nature Park 
'Envol-Take Flight', with CBC New Brunswick resident birder Alain Clavette. Inspired by the freedom and flight of our winged friends, this show will take you soaring! Bird-song inspried works by Canadian Emily Doolittle, American David Picton and Italian Otterino Respighi; fun arrangements of greats by Leonard Cohen and the Beatles; all interspersed with Alain Clavette's beautiful photography and colourful stories.

Info: bit.ly/38yEKdL.

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