What's Happening?

Community Groups and Contacts

Note, check with contacts before going to any of the activities listed here.

Your BEST SOURCE of Community Events is the Jemseg Lions Club Community Newsletter.

Pick up a copy at the Library - or check their Facebook page.

Also, see the Cambridge-Narrows Caring Connections page on Facebook. 

If you want changes made to this page, leave a message at the Library 488-3971 for M. Erb

 ARCADIA - election 2022
On November 28, 2022, local elections were held by Elections New Brunswick as part of the local governance reform initiative.
Our current structure has 340 entities, including 104 local governments and 236 local service districts.
The new structure will have 77 local governments and 12 rural districts.
January 2023:
Derek Pleadwell - Mayor of Arcadia.(Governance and Public Works Committee)

Ward 1: Tammy Gordon - Upper Gagetown (Public Safety Committee)
Ward 2: Paul Mennier - Gagetown (Economic Expansion Committee)
Ward 3: Elizabeth (Liz) Watson - Hampstead (Community Development Committee)
Ward 4: Deputy Mayor Steven Sharpe - Cambridge (which includes Lower-Cambridge, Lower-Jemseg, Jemseg, Whites Cove (Buildings and Properties Committee and Bylaws Committee)
Ward 5: Sheila Black - Cambridge-Narrows (Finance Committee)
Ward 6: Paula Jo-Ann Gahan-Magee - Waterborough (Communications Committee)

Staff:  Alexis Treble
email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - phone 506 488 2581

  Urban Rural Rides

Looking for safe, convenient and affordable transportation?

Register for free today 506-999-2102

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Cambridge-Narrows Regional Library -  Brenda Dunsmore 488-3418

check our Facebook page and 'library events' page for information


Life at the Lakes

  Ines v. Waldow, Director of Communications, 488-2681 - see Facebook



Cambridge-Narrows Community Caring Connections - see Facebook


Cambridge-Narrows Volunteer Fire Department (every Monday 7-9 pm)

contacts:  Paul Beale 262-4130; David Craft 238-1388

Flames - auxiliary to Fire Dept. (1st Tuesday 7:00) - Jewel Beale 262-4140


Cambridge-Narrows Community School

Coordinator-volunteers - Marcy Malloy 488-3519

school news and updates:  www.cns.nbed.ca


Akerley Area Quilt Guild (2nd & 4th Wednesdays 9:30-3:00)

contact:  Bette Ebbett 488-2189


Victoria's Quilts (2nd Wednesday 9:30-12 noon)

contact: Brenda Dunsmore 488-3418



Fun Day Monday (sewing/crafts) (Monday 9:30-4)

September to May, contact:  Carolyn Hetherington 362-2930


Recreation - Yoga @ C-N Municipal Bldg.

contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 801-0991 - schedule varies



Tuesdays Line Dancing 2 classes in a.m.

and Fridays Exercise 10 to 11:15 a.m. @ C-N Municipal Bldg.

$5/lesson; pre-register with:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Pickleball  contact April Wilson  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mon. Wed. Fri. from 7 to 9 p.m. at C-N Community School

all ages and all experience levels welcome

equipment and instruction provided.  FREE

Bowling - Sussex - Wed. & Thurs. 

Wednesday contact Ina Armstrong 433-1854

Thursday contact Shirley Kaeys 1-506-832-7930

Bowling - Chipman Fridays Neil Orchard 362-9805


Caanan-Washademoak Watershed Association

Robena Weatherly.  Dr. Shawn Dalton 449-1395 - see Facebook


Jemseg Lions Club (1st and 3rd Thursday 7:30 pm

Carolyn Hetherington 362-2930



Introduction to Social Square Dance Class

for information call 506 472-1444

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Tuesdays 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.

at the Cambridge-Narrows Municipal Building


Slo-Poke ATV Club - Rob Otis 333-2830 cell / 485-0818 home

meets every 2 months


Queens County Heritage  488-2483

Anthony Flower House Museum

closes during the winter season

2270 Lower Cambridge Rd. (across from the C-N Municipal Bldg.)

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Cambridge-Narrows Music Circle

see Facebook page

- every other Friday evening from 6:30 to 9:30


Mill Cove Nursing Home 

volunteers - Kelly Chambers 488-3033, ext. 246

Mill Cove Foundation (1st Tuesday)  Carol McLean 260-2039


Care N' Share Inc. - starting February 24, 2022

at Cambridge-Narrows Municipal Building

(Thursdays 10 to 12 noon)

Phone 339-6726 or Debora Kantor 488-2845 - see Facebook page


Crown Jewels of Canada Society - Glenda Constable 488-2291

(Canadian version of The Red Hat Society) - meets usually once a month



 see Facebook pages for:

Cambridge-Narrows Wellness Group

Cambridge-Narrows Classified Sales and More

Grand-Washademoak-Jemseg Community Events Calendar

Family and Friends of C-NCS

Washademoak Lake

Cambridge-Narrows and Surrounding Area

Cambridge-Narrows Sports and Recreation

Cambridge-Narrows Volunteer Fire Dept.

Jemseg Lions Club

Cambridge-Narrows Caring Connections


Tops (Wednesdays 6:30 pm)

Anna Sharpe 474-3470; Carl Ledin 229-6800


Women's Institutes:

Lower Jemseg (1st Monday) Sharron Adams 488-9107

Waterborough (1st Monday) Marlene Moss 1-506-434-1394

Codys (1st Tuesday) Ellen Malloy 362-2135


Churches - refer to the Jemseg Newsletter


Lucette and Caroline from Dieppe toured the community early 2021.

Here are their videos - Thanks and come back again!

Part 1:  https://youtu.be/xM8rorLgXUI and Part 2: https://youtu.be/nqr60455y2g.


 Note:  If you want to see changes made to this list

of community events and contacts,

please leave a message at the Library/488-3971


Turn off your TV/computer/all screens
Leave your house
Know your neighbours
Look up when you are walking (not at your device)

Greet people
Plant flowers
Use your library
Play together at the community outdoor skating rink
Buy from local merchants
Share what you have
Help a lost dog
Take children to the park
Garden together
Support neighborhood schools
Fix it even if you didn't break it
Have pot lucks
Honour elders
Pick up litter
Read stories aloud - to children, seniors and everyone in between
Join a service club
Talk to the mail carrier
Listen to the birds
Put up a swing
Help carry something heavy
Barter for your goods
Start a tradition
Ask a question
Hire young people for odd jobs
Share what you’ve learned
Bake extra and share

Ask for help when you need it
Start a book club
Sing together
Share your skills
Walk together/exercise together
Be a good listener (get off your device)
Listen before you react to anger
Mediate a conflict
Seek to understand
Just be kind

Get out and VOTE! - a privilege and a duty
Learn from new and uncomfortable angles
Know that no one is silent though many are not heard. Work to change this.
Learn about your local history - put names & dates on the back of old photos

Become a volunteer in your community