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Canada's Irish Festival
- An annual celebration held on the banks of the Miramichi, with dancers, musicians, cultural workshops, genealogy sessions, pubs, and a children's area.
- Promotes and the development of an economically viable and vibrant film industry in New Brunswick. Information on grant programs, professional training, and financial incentives for local as well as out-of-province producers.
- Internationally recognized freelance photographer, teacher of visual design, and writer living at Shampers Bluff, New Brunswick, Canada. Includes information on his books, workshops, and current exhibits.
Grand Manan: Jewel of the Sea
- Description, sample chapter, and table of contents for a guidebook / history of Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, Canada.
- Children's book author. Features the Pippin and Mabel series of children's books, "Torrie and the Dragon" fantasy for young teens, the collection of medieval Danish ballads "The Serpent Bride" and the fantasy world of "The Wastelands".
NB Highland Games and Scottish Festival
- An annual Canadian Scottish festival and a pageant of colour, music and activity, conducted at Old Government House in Fredericton. Provides calendar of events and competitions, photo gallery and visitor information.
New Brunswick Filmmakers' Co-op
- A non-profit, charitable organization involved in the production of 16mm motion pictures. Includes activities, newsletter, catalogue.
Photography by Thaddeus Holownia
- Professor of Photography at Mount Allison University, in Sackville, NB, Canada. He has dedicated most of his career to large-format view-cameras.
The Enchanted Forest
- Features the biography, pictures of current work, recent exhibitions, and galleries who carry the work of woodturner Gordon Dunphy and photographer Michiko Nishijima.
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