Fredericton Outdoor Summer Theatre is proud to announce... Calithumpians Summer Festival!
Free Outdoor Theatre! All Summer Long!! Four Shows in Repertory, Seven Days a Week! 12:15 on the Cathedral Green, 150 Church Street, in beautiful downtown Fredericton! Funny plays featuring music and a message!
And in partnership with Fredericton Tourism... Guided Heritage Walking Tours, DAILY in French and English, starting from City Hall at 10am and 2:30, with a special "Market March" Saturdays at 8:30am starting from the Crowne Plaza Beaverbrook and ending at the Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market! And check out "Sports Hall Follies," faced-paced toomfoolery and family fun fêting Freddy Beach: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 1:30 on the lawn of the NB Sports Hall of Fame!
And keep an eye out for us at other local festivals and events, like A Final Folly, Sweltering Songs, and the Tannery Series!
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Come enjoy Calithumpians Summer Festival in Downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick! Full schedule and information here!
Fredericton Outdoor Summer Theatre (FrOST) is a not-for-profit company specializing in heritage interpretation and educational theatre. As our name suggests we focus on healthy outdoor activities featuring theatrical animation and local issues.
The mandate of FrOST is twofold: one, to provide relevant and engaging educational theatre and activities that explore the many facets of our Canadian culture and heritage; and two, to allow our student employees a chance to develop their talents and abilities in a nurturing environment that emphasizes personal growth.
In our long tradition we have provided very meaningful summer employment to over 400 young people. Many of them have attributed their FrOST summer work experience as being key to their personal development and helping them choose a career path. Our alumni have gone on to a variety of careers from doctors and lawyers to architects, teachers, museum staff, theatre professionals and so on.
Government of New Brunswick
Cultural Development Branch – Tourism, Heritage & Culture
SEED Program – Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour
Government of Canada
Canada Summer Jobs Program, Service Canada
Young Canada Works In Heritage Institutions, Canadian Museums Association
Young Canada Works In Heritage Institutions, National Trust
Young Canada Works in Both Official Languages
City of Fredericton
Budget Grant Program
Tourism Division Contract
Downtown Fredericton Inc.
Fredericton Public Library
New Brunswick College of Craft & Design
And various downtown businesses