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MOSAÏQ MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL ~ PLANS UNDERWAY

For the 14th year in a row, downtown Moncton will be filled with the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of the world, thanks to the region’s largest celebration of international culture, the Mosaïq Multicultural Festival! With two days packed of activities for all, you should mark your calendars for July 20th and 21st!

Over the years it has been a pleasure to see the festival grow from being held on a street, to the corner of a park, and then to the front of Moncton City Hall. However, with more and more people from around the world choosing to call Greater Moncton home, we outgrew even that space. Now, for the 2nd year in a row, Moncton’s Riverfront Park will be our festival venue. “The Riverfront Park proved to be a wonderful venue to bring together all the cultures we have, weave the communities together, and create a place where locals and newcomers alike can learn about the diversity in the region, ask questions, and most importantly, have fun,” says Chantal Poirier, MAGMA’s Executive Director.

For many newcomers, Mosaïq is one of the main avenues to stay connected to their roots, as well as experience and share their own culture with their new neighbours. “It’s amazing to see how much the cultural associations can offer to help organize such a colourful and exciting Festival,” says event Chair, Camelia Radu. “Many people don’t realize how diverse the city is, and how vibrant the cultural scene is here. Mosaïq is an amazing opportunity for Moncton to promote itself as a cosmopolitan destination in the Maritimes – something that is very attractive to new immigrants and Canadians looking for more variety, innovation, and excitement.”

Year after year, the Festival provides a stage for world-class acts from across the globe. Last year, the festival organizers had the privilege of attending a world music showcase hosted in Montreal. Through this initiative, they had the opportunity to hand pick some high caliber performers who were eager to make their first appearance in Moncton, and it shows in the accolades the artists have gone on to receive. Festival headlinersThe Jerry Cans received two Juno nominations for ‘Breakthrough Group of the Year’ and ‘Contemporary Roots Album of the Year’ for their album, Inuusiq, and fellow headliners, Kobo Town, recently won ‘World Music Album of the Year,’ narrowly beating out fellow Mosaïq performer Beny Esguerra and New Tradition.

With such past successes under out belt, we’re thrilled by level of talent the Festival is once again bringing to town this year. Music lovers looking for original offerings and energetic performances, rejoice with the following lineup:

We are very excited to announce that this year’s headliners are Exco Levi and Gypsy Kumbia Orchestra. Exco Levi holds the best winning percentage in Canada’s JUNO Awards. He has been nominated the 6 times he submitted and has won 5 times. The Toronto Star recently billed him as “local reggae king,” and his ability to deliver uplifting messages wrapped in engaging melodic compositions thanks to a mix of poetry and sound certainly makes this true. He is one of Reggae’s most attractive voices and we are thrilled to have him perform at our festival for the first time ever.

Back by popular demand, the 15-member troupe Gyspy Kumbia Orchestra will be playing at Mosaïq once again after a 4-year span. Their original flavour invites audiences to experience movement, freedom, and wonder. Their euphoric energy and creative bounty is exhilarating on stage, as they mix dance and music from Colombia and Eastern Europe for a musical, visual, and sensory experience. We can hardly wait to watch them perform once again!

In its 14th year, the Mosaïq Festival’s International stage will be showcasing many new sounds during these not-to-be missed performances: Flávia Nascimento learned at the knee of her singer/guitarist father, and over the years has transformed herself into a luminous and versatile artist as she blends her Brazilian roots and with

the sounds of her new home in Quebec. With her love for circus experiences, street parties, popular events, and festivals, she is sure to bring a burst of energy to our stage this summer! With their angry accordions, frantic drums, pelvis-shaking bass and bacon-cheeseburger guitar; Hey, Wow defies description. Come and see why awards such as the Trille-Or for Best Show are just some of the accolades they’ve garnered so far. Their dynamic stage show and music will keep people dancing into the wee hours, singing songs everyone can relate to.Fränder is a Swedish-Estonian folk group that blends traditional music from their respective countries and uses it as a springboard for creating a captivating experience. The four family members create harmonies and inventive arrangements to produce a musical landscape focusing on stories filled with warmth, charm, and love of adventure. The Simba Zambezi Troupe will bring a new twist to the festival this year. They are a group of Kenyan acrobats whose astonishing agility has them literally flying across the stage as they tumble, bounce, and spin in dizzying displays of acrobatics. A new event not to be missed! Originally from the Central African Republic, Laetitia Zonzambé’s music combines traditional songs from Central Africa with elements of Soul, Pop and R’nB influences. “Sanza” designates a cloth made of different pieces of colorful pagnes and symbolizes her artistic approach. Djazia takes from her heritage and her childhood in Algiers to create warm and flavourful pop music. Her melodies are comprised of a mix of 1950s Chaabi with the tribal rhythms of bendirs, as well as elegant melodies from a banjo or a mandole, with deep bass and energetic analog keyboards.

Every year has a packed roster of the best of local and international performers, and this year is no exception. “We’re thrilled to continue bringing exceptional talent year after year to bring new energy into the Festival,” says Sara Robinson, President of HOST Event Management. “As the festival has grown there are more and more musicians and dancers lining up to take part – having a hard time deciding between which artists to invite is a good problem to have!” Today’s press conference outlines the schedule, and a full roster of this year’s performers and bios for the lead artists are attached.

“The amount of children we have taking part has just grown exponentially, and our new venue is ideal for that,” adds Poirier. “The Kids’ Pavilion is packed with children from local daycares and day camps creating crafts from around the world, learning new languages, and making new friends, and the Youth Olympïqs gets them out and moving as they take part in internationally-themed sports and various games. It’s a wonderful event that the whole family can enjoy!”

The pavilions, also known as the Festival’s World Village, will also contain a dizzying array of artisan vendors, multicultural exhibits and of course a mouth-watering variety of international foods.

For more information or for an interview, please contact Fred Hryszyn, Media & Events Coordinator at MAGMA for the Mosaïq Multicultural Festival (Frederick.hryszyn@magma-amgm.org or 506.229-9052).

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Artistica

Exploring artistic expressions from different cultures around the world

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Fortress of Louisbourg Historic Site

A visit to the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site in Cape Breton is like taking a step back in history to a time when the French and English crowns fought for control of the New World, and all of Nova Scotia was a battleground.

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The Fortress is the largest historical reconstruction in North America and offers an incredible window to all aspects of life as lived by some of our first European settlers.

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The Fortress of Louisbourg might have been lost to history had it not been designated a National Historic Site and partially reconstructed in the 1960s.

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It has become the largest reconstructed 18th-century French fortified town in North America, with archaeologists, and engineers and historians working together to recreate the town as it was in the 1740s.era.

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MOSAIQ 2016

Mosaïq Multicultural Festival 2016
The Multicultural Association of the Greater Moncton Area (MAGMA)
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People at the Event

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Josee & Sam Wedding 2016-07-02

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Mark Black

Mark Black is a Heart and Double-Lung Transplant Recipient

 Marathon Runner, Author, Coach and Speaker.

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Founder of The Purpose Program and CEO of Adversus Consulting, Mark Black has done a lot in 35 yrs. A professional speaker, best-selling author and success coach, Mark doesn’t just talk about overcoming adversity, he lives it.

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Mark’s experience with adversity began early in his life. By age 2 Mark had already survived more than many deal with in a lifetime. For most of his first 24 years Mark faced a life-threatening heart problem culminating in 2001 when, at 23, he was told he had less than two years to live.

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The lessons Mark learned in the year that followed that news, form the basis of his award-winning presentations, and the best-selling book “Live Life from the Heart” that he will be signing after the program today.

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Mark has inspired nearly 100,000 people across North America with his unique brand of humor blended with a gripping life and death story. The lessons he teaches have transformed countless lives and businesses.

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Mark lives in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada where he spends as much time as possible with the most important people in his life;

his wife Marise and their children Emma and Matteo.

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Asian Heritage Gala 2016

Asian Heritage Month

Moncton, New Brunswick

May is Asian Heritage Month, a time to acknowledge the long and rich history of Asian Canadians and their contributions to Canada. It also provides an opportunity for Canadians across the country to reflect on and celebrate the contributions of Canadians of Asian heritage to the growth and prosperity of Canada.

Canada’s cultural diversity strengthens the country socially, politically and economically in innumerable ways. Asian Heritage Month is an ideal occasion for all to celebrate the beauty and wisdom of various Asian cultures.

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Parlee Beach Winter 2016

Parlee Beach

Shediac, New Brunswick, Canada

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Magnetic Hill Zoo 2016-03-13

Magnetic Hill Zoo

City of Moncton

Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

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Glass & Light

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2015 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,400 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 23 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

Indo-Canadian Diwali 2015

Diwali the “festival of lights” is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated in autumn (northern hemisphere) or spring (southern hemisphere) every year. Diwali is one of the largest and brightest festivals in India.

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The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair.

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Its celebration includes millions of lights shining on housetops, outside doors and windows, around temples and other buildings in the communities and countries where it is observed.

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The festival preparations and rituals typically extend over a five day period, but the main festival night of Diwali coincides with the darkest, new moon night of the Hindu Lunisolar month Kartika. In the Gregorian calendar, Diwali night falls between mid-October and mid-November.

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Remembrance Day 2015

Canada Remembers

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Indo-Canadian Halloween Party

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Ladies Care & Share

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“When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in Black and white, you photograph their souls!”
Ted Grant

Mosaïq Multicultural Festival

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Men’s Soccer

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Men’s Baseball

Moncton Fishercats Vs Fredericton Royals


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Gay Pride, River of Pride

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Vietnamese Association

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Downtown Moncton Street Photography

Many photographers are timid about photographing “strangers” on the street

which keeps them from even trying.

Street photography is all about telling a story in a single frame

and that’s a beautiful thing. Give it a try you will enjoy it.

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