The GDRC Inc. works hard to develop partnerships that will benefit all members as well as some event specific opportunities. Want to become a part of an excellent community organization?
There are two parts to the course:
Canadian Firearms Safety Course (Part A) & Atlantic Hunter Education (Part B).
Each year we host this course at the Community Centre for all those interested ages 12 and up. For course schedules and registration information please contact your closest ERD District Office or visit Upcoming Conservation Education Courses
Would you like to be a vendor at the Community Centre?
All work must be hand crafted and that of the applicant (commercial products are not accepted). We strive to offer our attendees a diverse selection of unique artist wares as well as exciting products that they may not be able to purchase elsewhere. We are offering “craft tables” as well as “booth spaces”, but this is primarily a tabletop show, so a limited number of booths are available. Vendors will be admitted based on space availability as well as product distinction.
If you have a pair of skates in good condition that need a new home, please donate them to the Skate Exchange Program being sponsored by the GDRC Inc.
The Skate Exchange Program can provide participants with an inexpensive pair of skates to encourage fun, healthy activities this winter. You don't need to donate skates to participate in the program. Anyone who would like a pair is welcome to participate.
All returnable beverage containers are gratefully accepted! Donating your recyclables to the GDRC helps keep recreational programs, activities, and opportunities available for all members of our community.
Should you wish to dispose of your recyclables prior to any BOTTLE DRIVE, please drop them off at the Gagetown Community Recreation Centre (38 Mill Rd) or arrange a pick-up.
Looking a place to host a party or event? Need snowshoes or hockey gear? What about a BBQ, tables and chairs? We got you covered! The GDRC rents out equipment, as well as facility rentals throughout the year for a small fee!
Looking for after-school care from a licenced & certified provider? The Eagles Nest, funded by the GDRC Inc. & the Government of New Brunswick provides an active and creative after-school option for those working parents. You may also qualify for subsidize from the Government of New Brunswick for low-income families. Located at the Gagetown School, this is a convenient service provided to our community!