Celebrate Sussex / Celebrez le Sussex

Downloads / téléchargement
News / Nouvelles
SNB Books & Blogs
Sussex is Atlantic Canada's Mural Capital!
Area Highlights
About the area
Covered bridges / Ponts couverts
Arts Scene / Scène d'arts
Horse Scene / Scene de cheval
Sussex by bicycle
Citizens of Note
Camp Sussex
Kings County Agricultural Fair
Sussex Flea Market / grand marché aux puces
Atlantic International Balloon Fiesta Guide
Event Planning Resources
Contact / Contactez-nous
Meeting Dates
Photo Gallery
About Us / Au sujet de nous

Event Planning Resources


Municipal offices
Town of Sussex                        Web site    Email     Recreation Dept
524 Main St, Sussex, NB  CANADA  E4E 3E4
Phone: (General inquiries)  (506) 432-4540       Fax: (506) 432-4566
Mayor Marc Thorne
Council meets the third Monday of each month at 7 pm in the council chamber, 524 Main St., Sussex.
Village of Sussex Corner         Web site    Email    
1067 Main St, Sussex Corner, NB  CANADA  E4E 2X7
Phone: (506) 433-5184   Fax: (506) 433-3785
Village clerk: Don Smith   Administration: Debbie Otis
Mayor Mark K. Flewwelling
Council meets the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7 pm in the council chamber, 1067 Main St, Sussex Corner.
Town of Hampton    Email
Municipal office: 31 DeMille Court, PO Box 1066, Hampton, NB  CANADA E5N 8H1
Council hall: 27 Centennial Road
Phone: (506) 832-6065   Fax: (506) 832-6098 
Council meets second Tuesday of each month at 7 pm at 27 Centennial Road, Hampton.
Village of Alma    Web site
8 School St, Alma, NB  E4H 1L2
Phone: (506) 887-6123
Council meets the third Monday of the month at 7 pm at the village office
Village of Norton
Contact village office (506) 839-9011    Email
201 Rte 124, P.O. Box 335, Norton, N.B. E5T 1J7

Council meets the second Wednesday of each month at 8 pm in council chambers at 201 Rte 124, Norton.


Village of Petitcodiac office   Web site   Email

63 Main St, PO Box 2507, Petitcodiac, NB  CANADA  E4Z 6H4
Phone: (506) 756-3140  Fax: (506) 756-3142

Petitcodiac Village Council meets every second and last Thursday, except in June, July and August when they meet on the last Thursday of every month. Meetings are open to the public. If you wish to address the council on any issue, please send a formal request to the office at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.
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There are more than 200 motel rooms, campground and bed and breakfast operations in the Sussex area.
Adair's Wilderness Lodge, Waterford  432-6687
All Seasons Motel and Restaurant, 1015 Main St, Sussex  433-2220
Amsterdam Inns, 143 Main St, Sussex  432-5050
BlueBird Motel, Four Corners, Sussex  (Hwy Exit 195)433-2557
Covered Bridge Inn, 818 Main St, Sussex  433-1085
Fairway Inn, 216 Roachville Road, (Exit 193 on Hwy 1)  433-3470
Jonah Place Bed and Breakfast Inn, 977 Main St, Sussex  433-6978
Maple Shade Bed and Breakfast, 43 Church Ave, Sussex  433-8300
Pine Cone Motel, 12880 Rte. 114, Penobsquis  433-3958
Timberland Motor Inn and Restaurant, Rte 114, Penobsquis  433-2480
All Done Camping, Smith Creek area
Lone Pine Park Campgrounds and Cabins  45 Lone Pine Rd, Penobsquis  433-4007
Pine Cone Camping, Rte. 114, Sussex  433-4389
Three Bears Family Camping, 12049 Rte 114, Penobsquis  433-2870
Town and Country Campark, 133 Aiton Rd, Sussex  432-9114
You may also want to consider
University campus accommodation at Saint John or Fredericton. Learn more here.
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Emergency services
Sussex RCMP (District 3)  (506) 433-7700    Emergency phone:  911
  43 Leonard Drive
Sussex fire department   (506) 432-4542    Emergency phone:  911
  22-1 Maple Avenue
Sussex health centre  (506) 432-3100         Ambulance: 911
  Leonard Drive
St. John Ambulance  (506) 433-2697  Muriel McCullum
  12 Perry Street, Sussex NB E4E 2N7
Mental Health Sussex  (506) 432-2090
Veterinary Services
   Dairytown Veterinary Hospital    25 Vail Ct, Sussex   (506) 433-3889
   Sussex Animal Hospital   11 St. George St, Sussex   (506) 433-3538
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Make your event even more memorable by holding it in a Kings County covered bridge!
Just alert the Kings County Tourism Association at least 3 months in advance of your event. There is a $50 site preparation fee to have the grounds readied in time for your big day. We can also offer assistance in obtaining some of the supplies, equipment and services you might need to make your event go as smoothly as possible.
Eighth Hussars Sports Centre , Princess Louise Park
Ice surface of 80x200 feet, while the building has an occupancy load of 1825 people. Seating capacity is higher.
Golden Jubilee Hall, Princess Louise Park
With 2145 sq. ft. on the main floor, and 1472 sq. ft. of space downstairs. Occupancy is 260 (or 160 with alcohol.)
The building has a working kitchen with double sinks, two stoves and a fridge.
Princess Louise Park Show Centre , Princess Louise Park
The main competition ring, at 90 by 200 feet, is 1000 square feet LARGER than the Halifax Exhibition centre;
Bleacher seating for more than 600 people;
Approximately 100,000 people visit Princess Louise Park Show Centre annually
Poley Mountain , Waterford  (506) 433-7653
Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 20, 66 Magnolia Avenue  (506) 432-6699
Sussex Candlepin, 1116 Main Street  (506) 433-2462
  1116 Main Street Sussex Corner, NB E4E 2Z8 Fax: (506) 433-2462
Sussex Drive-In Theatre, 133 Aiton Road  (506) 433-3134
Opens for season in May
A leading Canadian 18-hole golf course.
Sussex Regional High School , 55 Leonard Drive  (506) 432-2017 
    Sussex Regional High School theatre (376 seats + 200 wing seats) (floor plan)
Sussex Regional Library , 46 Magnolia Avenue  (506) 432-4585
  Room capacity: 50 chairs theatre style or 22 boardroom style
  Dimensions: 30 feet by 22 feet
  Kitchenette; some presentation equipment available upon request. 
  Wheelchair accessible. Good lighting.
  Rental fee: $25 per day or part day
Sussex Lions Club, Main Street  (506) 433-5453
   For bookings: (506) 433-1974
   A 60-foot by 165-foot hall on one level, with seating for 180. Wheelchair accessible.
  Kitchen facilities.
Jitters Cafe and Sussex Art Gallery, 12 Maple Avenue  (506) 433-8351
Burton Park, Leonard Drive
O'Connell Park , Main Street (with Kiwanis outdoor pool)
Princess Louise Park , Leonard Drive (100 acres)
Sullivan Park, Post Road, Sussex Corner
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Local Media
CJCW Favourites 590   Email   Phone: (506) 432-2529
K100 (CIOK) Saint John   Phone: (506) 658--5100
97.3 The Wave, Saint John
Grand Lake Mirror  (506) 339-6529
Hampton Herald    (506) 832-5613
Kings County Record  (506) 433-1070
Sussex Herald    (506) 832-5613
Telegraph Journal  (506) 632-8888
There is free public and wireless internet access at the Sussex Regional Library, 46 Magnolia Ave. Out of province guests must show identification while New Brunswick residents need a New Brunswick library card to use the computers. The machines use Microsoft Office software.
Summer hours are 10 am to 5 pm each week day except Wednesday, when you're invited to drop by between noon and 8 pm.  They are closed on summer weekends.
Winter hours from mid-September to mid-June have the same hours except being closed Mondays and open Saturdays from 9 am to 5 pm.
Both computer prints and photocopies are 20 cents per black and white page. Colour computer printouts are $1 per page.
For further information, call 432-4585 or email sussexpl@gnb.ca
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New Brunswick
Kings County
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Holding a fundraising draw? Lottery license guidelines are available here.
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Events calendar (Southern New Brunswick)
Poley Mountain, Waterford
Cruise ship visits (Saint John)
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Show your pride in Sussex!
Are you or your group creating a display of just what makes our area great? Whether you want an eye-popping slide show, a convention table display or simply a little local colour to make your guests feel welcome, here are a few resources to show your pride in Sussex.
New Brunswick images (Government of New Brunswick)