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The Heart Truth Fashion Gala was a who's who of New Brunswickers. A few of the models walking the runway at Moncton's Casino NB included Canada's Got Talent yodeling finalist Francelle Maria, singer Mia Martina, Minister of Health Madeleine Dube and Here's own Victoria Handysides. All of the participants wore red dresses designed by New Brunswick College of Craft and Design alumni during the event, which the New Brunswick Heart and Stroke Foundation annually organizes. The goal?  To raise awareness about the impact heart disease has on women.

 

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On the last day of March, 115 snowmobilers headed to Poley Mountain in Sussex for the annual King of the Mountain race. About 2,000 fans came out to cheer on the competitors in one of the last opportunities of the season to take advantage of snow on the ground. In the end, Jean Fabian Arsenault of Balmoral was crowned king, while Kylin Steeves of Moncton won the title of queen. Funds raised by the event went to the South Eastern New Brunswick Snowmobilers Association Club 20.

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Clockwise from bottom left: Megz McGraw poses with a Ducati bike; Mel Cameron at the Victory booth; The kids from "Bike Klub" at MacNaughton High; A Yamaha display; Several vintage bikes took part in the show and shine; The 2 C.A.V. Dunkirk group is hosting Ride For Dad in June; Toys For Big Boys shows off Harley Davidson motorcycles; Models from ACS Fashions wearing biker clothes from Harley Davidson, Honda, KTM, Victory Bikes and more.
 

Motorcycle lovers and ATV enthusiasts swarmed to Moncton in early February for the Atlantic Motorcycle & ATV Show. More than 100 manufacturers, distributors and dealers were on site for the weekend-long event, which showcased all kinds of vehicles, from dirt bikes and racing bikes to cruisers and eight-wheeled amphibious vehicles. The event also featured a fashion show, musical entertainment and a show and shine.

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Clockwise from bottom left: R.A. Lautenschlager led last week's Music New Brunswick Songwriters Session; Marco Rocca played on the Plan B stage; Matt Leger took advantage of the informal environment to perform and talk; Francelle Maria was happy to be on stage; Shaun Leblanc jammed on the keyboard during his set; Francelle Maria and Matt Leger teamed up for a performance; Samuel Leblanc got out his guitar; J Byrd was another musician who took part in the unplugged event.
 

Sundays are for singers and songwriters in the Hub City area, a time when musicians from all backgrounds get together to unplug and share the stories behind their songs. A group gathered at Plan B last week for the Music New Brunswick Songwriters Sessions, led by Sackville recording artist, R.A. Lautenschlager. The sessions are informal chances for artists to divulge the whys and hows about some of their favourite songs in a laid-back, friendly environment.

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