Let’s Park Ranger! Live music and local beer in support of CCNB!

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Join us for an event in downtown Fredericton on Saturday, Nov. 8 to learn more about an exciting television show being developed in New Brunswick and raise funds for the Conservation Council!

“Fred and Carl are Park Rangers” is a comedy show about two mismatched park rangers who are forced to work together to save their park and the environment. The theme of the show celebrates New Brunswick’s natural spaces and is aimed at fostering a deeper appreciation of our environment within viewers.

The show is being developed by a team of local filmmakers and screenwriters. Here is the really exciting part: it has made the Top 55 in the CBC’s Comedy Coup contest. The winner, determined by public voting, gets a big chunk of change to complete the project AND a prime-time slot on CBC Television. “Fred and Carl” is one of two New Brunswick shows still in the running, and if they win, it will be the first nationally-televised half hour comedy show to come out of the province! Learn more about the show here and be sure to vote for them online!

The event on Saturday is part publicity campaign for the filmmakers and part fundraiser for the Conservation Council of New Brunswick. Local bands will provide entertainment throughout the day and Picaroons Traditional Ales has prepared a specialty beer just for the occasion!

Here’s what you need to know:

WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 8 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (drop in any time!)

WHERE: 418 Queen St., Fredericton (formerly the Cedar Tree Cafe)

WHAT: Live music, local beer, good times!

Admission is $10 and that includes two free beer tickets. All proceeds go toward the Conservation Council of New Brunswick’s conservation programs and public policy campaigns.

We’ll be on hand Saturday with a booth because (a) we love local music (b) we love local beer (c) we love supporting local entrepreneurs and (d) we’re coming for YOU! November is Membership Month at the Conservation Council of New Brunswick so we’re spreading the word about how good it feels to support the province’s go-to environmental voice. Round up your friends and family and come out on Saturday to support local filmmakers and CCNB!

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