Join us at the Cape Jourimain Nature Centre for our superhero themed nature camp for kids. The kids will take part in scavenger hunts, crafts, and games while protecting the environment from Captain Climate Change.
Every other Monday: 9am – 4pm
July 17th, July 31st, August 14th, August 28th
Call 538-2220 to register in advance or register in-person on the day of the camp.
The camps are provided free-of-charge but as a non-profit organization, donations are always welcome!
Superheroes in training are reminded to please bring snacks and a lunch, or to bring money for the The Iceboat Landing’s Hot Dog Special (a hot dog, cookie and juice) for $6.00!
See you soon, heroes!
Our new menu for the 2017 season! Stop by and experience the delicious meals prepared by our talented Iceboat Landing Restaurant staff! To view the menu in full, please click here.
Our Friday Night Fish Dinners have returned! Enjoy Haddock, Scallops, Salad, Peas, Potatoes, Fresh Carrots, Tea, Coffee, and delicious dessert! From 5:30 – 7 PM tonight! For reservations or for more reservation, please contact our restaurant at 538-2458.
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Enjoy our e-bulletin The Beacon right here:
PDF The Beacon – June 2017
Cape Jourimain is grateful for your support – Thank you!
The Cape Tormentine Community Development Corporation Inc., in conjunction with Canadian Heritage, are proudly hosting a Canada 150 celebration on Saturday, June 17, 2017.
9 a.m. – Opening remarks and a pancake breakfast at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #81
10:30 a.m. – TBA
Noon – Light buffet-style lunch with guided tours at Cape Jourimain in Bayfield
4-6 p.m. – BBQ hosted by the Bayfield/Cape Tormentine Fire Department at the Cape Tormentine Campground. Family activities and games. Free ice cream.
7 p.m. – Kitchen party at the East Botsford Rec Centre in Murray Corner with live music by local artists.
Photographer on site all day.
This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada.
Ce projet est finance en partie par le gouvernement du Canada.
Canada C3 Visits Cape Jourimain
On June 28, 2017, the Canada C3 Expedition will make one of two stops in New Brunswick at the Cape Jourimain Nature Centre located at the New Brunswick terminus of the Confederation Bridge within the Cape Jourimain National Wildlife Area.
Canada C3 is a Signature Project for Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation in 2017. It is an epic 150-day sailing journey from Toronto to Victoria via the Northwest Passage that will have a cross section of Canadians onboard including students, indigenous leaders, scientist and artists that set sail on June 1st.
The Canada C3 expedition vessel is a 67 metre (220 ft) Canadian-flagged research icebreaker called The Polar Prince that is connected to Canada and the world via the latest satellite technologies, enabling Canadians from coast to coast to coast to experience the Canada C3 journey.
The Cape Jourimain Nature Centre is excited to be part of the exciting voyage so that we can share the work we do to connect Canadians to the natural world along the Northumberland Strait in partnership with the Canadian Wildlife Service and their protected areas network.
Canada C3, the Cape Jourimain Nature Centre and the Canadian Wildlife Service invite the public to join us at Cape Jourimain on June 28 to tour the National Wildlife Area, meet the expedition members, and hear more about Canada C3 and Cape Jourimain.
Keep an eye on Facebook and the Cape J website for for updates and details.
***Schedule Update June 28th***
3:30-4:30: C3 Arrival at Cape Jourimain, Welcome and Smudge Ceremony
4:30-6:30: Overview of Cape Jourimain, Museum Tours and Tours to the Cape Jourimain Lighthouse
6:30-7:30: C3 participants will have their meal and explore Cape Jourimain
7:30-9:30ish: Ship to Shore Show, Speeches and Presentations
The staff and Board of Cape Jourimain are looking for volunteers to help with specific jobs – would you like to bartend on Fish Fridays, or act as a greeter and information officer in our front building? Other projects include the packing of Cape J branded items for the Craft Boutique. Come join us and help out! Call 538-2220 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more news from Cape Jourimain please renew your membership and you will receive an electronic newsletter with information about our new workshops and events!
Position Vacancy – Operations Manager at Cape Jourimain Nature Centre
We seek to fill the position of Operations Manager for this major non-profit, environmental centre at the New Brunswick end of the Confederation Bridge. The manager will be responsible for the day to day operation of the Centre which includes supervision and scheduling for a staff of 20-25; overseeing finances; coordinating volunteers and partners and establishing effective relationships and team building. The ideal candidate would be bilingual (French & English); have management experience with a not-for-profit group; organizational and problem solving skills; some knowledge of retail and food services; and an interest in heritage and environmental education, ecotourism and green technology.
This is a seasonal operation, for the most part April-October. Salary to be determined by qualifications.
To apply please send or email copies of the following documents to: John Baxter 925 Route 970, Baie Verte, NB Email – email@example.com
1) Letter highlighting interest and qualifications (2) Resume (3) Names and contact information for 3 or more references (not including Board members)
Applications close June 9, 2017
For further information contact: John Baxter (506)381-4809 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cape Tormentine Community Development Corporation is inviting the public to a celebration of 100th Anniversary of the last Iceboat Crossing between PEI and NB.
Tour the Exhibition Hall at Cape Jourimain and enjoy some complimentary refreshments on April 28 from 3 pm – 7 pm.
This is a free event but donations to the Cape Jourimain Nature Centre would be greatly appreciated.
For more information please call 506 538 7229. Or check out this article by Colin MacLean in the Amherst News Citizen-Record.
The most recent report on the lighthouse repairs is very encouraging, The inside of the lighthouse is in good shape and the final touches are being made on the exterior. The surrounding land needs to be landscaped and a deck built before it is safe enough for access.